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ANNUAL REPORT 



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Secretary of State 



TO THB 



GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF OHIO, 



FOR THB 



YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 15, 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



Office of the Secretary of State, 

Columbus, Ohio, November 16, 1900. 

Hon. George K. Nash, Governor of Ohio: 

Sir: In compliaDce with law, I submit herewith a report of the 
transactions of this department for the year ending November 15, 1900. 

During the year there were filed and recorded in this department 
1,527 articles of incorporation and 1,316 miscellaneous certificates relat- 
ing to corporations, classified as follows : 

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 

Banks and savings and loan associations 38 

Building and loan associations 14 

Cemetery associations * 10 

Church and church societies 98 

Colleges, libraries and literary societies 22 

Co-operative companies 10 

Electric light and power companies 14 

Gas and oil companies 64 

Insurance companies and associations 8 

Manufacturing companies 417 

Mining companies 57 

Printing and publishing companies 42 

Railroad companies 13 

Societies — Benevolent, political , social , etc 315 

Street and electric railroad companies and consolidations 35 

Telegraph and telephone companies 69 

Miscellaneous companies 295 

Total 1,527 

MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES. 

• 

Increase of capital stock 217 

Reduction of capital stock 17 

Certificates of change of name 70 

Railroad equipment contracts 12 

Certificates of subscription to capital stock 931 

Certificates relating to municipal corporations 24 

Miscellaneous certificates 45 

Total ■ 1 , 316 



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4 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

CLASSES OF CORPORATIONS. CAPITAL. 

Banks $4,070,000* 

Building and loan associations 15,850,000 

Companies, various purposes 11 ,753, 600- 

Electric light and power companies 930,500 

Gas. oil and natural gas companies 2,277,000 

Manufacturing companies 19,741 , GOO 

Mining companies 3,487,500 

Printing and publishing companies 925,000 

Railroad companies 2,755,000^ 

Street and electric railroad companies 10,352,000 

Telegraph and telephone companies 1 ,388,999 

Co-operative companies 62 ,000 

Street and electric railroad consolidations 4,000,000 

Total $77,593, 199' 

INCREASE OF CAPITAL. 

Banks $1 ,360.000 

Building and loan associations 8,400,000 

Companies — various purposes 5,387,900 

Electric light and power companies 254 ,000 

Gas, oil and natural gas companies 425,000 

Manufacturing companies 6,460,000 

Mining companies 250,000 

Printing and publishing cotnpanics 03,000 

Railroad companies 215,000 

Street and electric railroad companies 8,160,000 

Telegraph and telephone companies 4,442,000 

Total $35,446,900 

SUPREME COURT REPORTS. 

During the year the following Supreme Court Reports were issued :. 

Ohio Reports — To the Attorney-General of Ohio, one copy each 
of volumes 1 to 20, inclusive ; Ohio State University Library, one copy 
each of volumes 1 to 20, inclusive. 

Ohio State Reports — To Attorney-General of Ohio, Dairy and Food 
Commissioner, Auditor of State, School Commissioner, Ohio State Li^ 
brary, Governor of Ohio, Ada Normal School, Bar Association of Co- 
lumbus, Attorney-General of the United States, U. S. Circuit and Dis- 
trict Court at Cleveland, Law Library Supreme Court of Canada, O. W. 
U. Library, Department of Judiciary of Honolulu, each one copy of 
volumes 60, 61 and 62; to Law Library of Ohio, 25 copies of volumes, 
no, 61 and 62; to the eighty-eight counties of Ohio, one copy each of 
volumes 60, 61 and 62 ; to the forty-nine states and territories one copy 
each of volumes 60, 61 and 62; Ohio State University, four copies of 
volume 62. 

During the past year I received three hundred and fifty copies each 
of volumes 60, 61 and 62, distributed as shown above. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



The following statement shows the number of Ohio Reports and 
Ohio State Reports on hand November 15, 1900: 



OHIO 8TATB 
rOLUMB. KBPOKT8. 

32 \it) 

as ' 141 

34 14« 

35 140 

3<) , 152 

37.... 104 

38 I4»i 

39 151 

40 151 

41 167 

42 162 

43 m 

44 180 

45 175 

46 165 

47 162 

48 KM 

49 165 

50 KW 

51 170 

52 173 

53 174 

54 170 

55 170 

56 170 

•>« liij 

58 172 

59 172 

60 115 

61 115 

62 Ill 

RECEIPTS. 

' The total receipts of the department for thft year were $134,025.82, 
as follows : 

First quarter $38. 129 41 

Second quartei 31 , 185 40 

Third quarter 37.398 55 

Fourth quarter 27 .312 46 

Total $134,025 82 

EXPENSES. 

The expenses of the office during the fiscal year were as follows : 

Salary of Secretary of State (including compensation allowed 

under sec. 148) $3,000 00 

Salary State Supervisor of Elections 1 .000 00 

Chief Clerk 2.400 00 





OBIO 


OHIO 8TATB 


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KBPORT8. 


1 


216 


296 


2 


219 


266 


3 


216 


271 


4 


215 


270 


6 


215 


288 


6 


219 


271 


7 


219 


277 


8 


213 


274 


9 


207 


267 


10 


200 


271 


11 


205 


275 


12 


323 


273 


13 


350 


28<,i 


14 


313 


275 


15 


362 


279 


16 


330 


2()7 


17 


73 


276 


18 


92 


276 


19 


45 


118 


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113 


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31 




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6 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Salary Statistical Clerk ..." 1,500 00- 

Assistant Statistical Clerk 1,350 00 

Stationery Clerk 1 ,350 00 

Proof Reading Clerk 1,350 OO 

Corporation Clerk 1 ,350 00- 

Assistant Corporation Clerk 1 ,350 00 

Recording Clerk 1,350 00- 

Superintendent Book Room 1 ,000 00* 

Stenographer 1 .250 00- 

Extra Clerk hire 150 00- 

Contingent expenses 1 ,751 29 

Distribution of hixiks 2,799 24 

Total $22,950 5a 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

Charles Kinney, 

Secretary of State. 



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STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Name. 


Office. 


t 

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04 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Oeorge K. Nash 

Frederick N. Sinks. 
Charles C. Lemert. . 

H. M. Shaul 

Randolph W.Walton 
Charles H. Hughes. 


Governor 

Private Secretar>'. . 
Executive Clerk . . . 
Commission Clerk. 
Corresponding Crk 
Messenger 


R 
K 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Columbus . . ■ 
*• 

• « > 

Kenton 

Mechanicsbu*g 
Columbus 

• • • ■ 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2d M. Jan. 1902 



MILITARY STAFF. 



Name. 


Office. 


• 


Residence. 


Rank. 


George K. Nash 

George R. Gyger. . 


Governor 


R 


Columbus - 


Comm'nder-in-Chief 


Adj. Gen. Inspect- 










or Gen. and Chief 










of Staff 


R 


Alliance 


Brigadier-General. 


C. B. Adams. . . . 


Asst. Adj. General . 


R 


Delaware 


Colonel. 


Ceilan M. Spitzer. . . 


Quar. M. Gen. and 
Commissary Gen. 










of Subsistence . . 


R 


Toledo . 


Brigadier-General. 


Henry C. Tayior 


Judge Advo. Gen. . . 


R 


Columbus .... 


tt 


Edmund C. Brush . . 


Surgeon Gen . ... 


R 


Zanesville . . . 


4< 


Walter N. P. Darrow 


Chief of Engineers 


R 


Columbus 


(1 


Chaa. A. Craighead . 


Aid-de-Camp 


R 


Davton 


Colonel. 


William H. Morgan . 


■ • « • * • 


R 


Alliance . . 




Jerome S. Burrows. . 


(1 

• • • • • • 


R 


Painesville . . . 




Samuel C. Gill 


(i 


R 


Steubenville. . 




Melville M Gillett.. 


(1 

• •••••• 


R 


Newark 




Edward J. Bird, Jr. . 


• •■■••• 


R 


Ironton 




George B. Donavin . 


• ■ • « • • • 


R 


Delaware 




Charles B. Wing . . 


■ •••••• 


R 


Cincinnati 




Henry C. Ellison . . . 


• > • ■ ■ • 


R 


Cleveland . . 




Carl J. Hostcr 


• ■ • • • • a 


R 


Columbus 




Max Pleischmann . . 


• • • ■ • • 


R 


Cincinnati 




-George G. I^ing . . 


it 

• • • ■ • 


R 


King's Mills.. 





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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Name. 

• 


Office. 


u 

'o 


Residence. 


Term of Ofiuce. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Charles Kinney . . . 
H. D.'Manington. . . 
Clarence M. Smith. 

George E. Coy 

J. W. Barnaby* . . . 

R. D. Lampson 

E. L. Davis 

Calvin W. Reynolds 

W.K.Franks 

Benton Morrow 

Jefferson P. Davis. . 

A. R. Gallaher 

M. L. Ramsey 


Secretary of State. 

Chief Clerk 

Statistician 

Ass't Statistician . . 
Recording Clerk . 
Stationery Clerk . 
Proof Reading Clk 
Corporation Clerk. 
Ass't Corp. Clerk.. 

Stenographer 

Supt. Book Room. 
Shipping Clerk . . . 
Messenger 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
.R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Portsmouth . . 
Mechanicsb*g. 
Columbus — 

Bryan 

Canton 

Warren 

Wap£dconeta . . 

Ironton 

Wadsworth . . 
Columbus 

a .... 

Wellsville .... 
Portsmouth . . 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2d M. Jan. .1901 

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^Reftigned. Charles 9. Brewer, appointed. 

AUDITOR OF STATE. 





Office. 




Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Name. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


W. D. Guilbert 

A. L. Corman 

Geo. F. Crawford. . 

G. W. Taylor 

Orrin Henry 

W. G. Barthalow. . . 

Charles W. Poe 

LW. Danford 

E. J. Guilbert 

Charles E. Ward.... 

S.R. Clark 

Mary C. Morrison . . 
W. H. Ballard 


Auditor of State . . 

Chief Clerk 

Book-keeper ... 

R. R. and Bank Clk 

Land Clftrk 

Canal & Tr. Fd. Clk 

Statistical Clerk... 

Excise Clerk 

If 

Transcribing Clerk 
»i ti 

Stenographer 

Messenger 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

R 


Caldwell 

Medina 

Cincinnati . . . 

Caldwell 

Bowling Green 

Marietta 

Columbus 

Caldwell ..... 

Columbus 

Van Wert 

Columbus . . 

Akron 

Columbus . . 


4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 


2d M. Jan. 1904 
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TREASURER OF STATE. 



Name. 


Office. 


CO 

o 

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R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Isaac B. Cameron . . 
Charles C. Green . . . 

J. W. Baruaby 

Arthur IJ. Griffiths. 
Charles L. Gore . . . 
George J. Blake .... 
Miss Helen L. Noble 
Z. R. Jackson 


Treasurer of State. 

Cashier . . . . 

Book-keeper 

(I 

• ■ • • • 

Night Watchman . . 

Stenographer 

Messenger 


Lisbon 

Canton .... 

Windsor 

Salem 

East Liverpool 

Columbus 

Springfield . . . 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


2d M. Jan. 1902 



STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



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ATTORNEY-GENGRAU 



Name. 

• 


Office. 


i 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 

ft 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


John M. Sheets. ... 

John E. Todd 

Smith W. Bennett.. 


Attorney-General . . 
A88*t Attorney-Gen. 
Special Counsel... 

Stenographer 

Clerk 


R 
R 

R 
R 


Ottawa 

Pindlay 

Bucyrus 


2 

• • ■ • 


2d M. Jan. 1902 


Fred. H. Wolf 


Columbus .... 






Miss E. C Sullivan . 


• • « 






Frederick Schaub . . 


Messenger 


R 





BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



Name. 



Office 



0$ 



o 



Residence. 



•Charles A Goddard 
W. G. Johnston . ... 

Prank A. Huffman . 
Charles E. Perkins. 
Samuel Bachtell . . . 
W. T. McLean ...... 

Rebekah Sullivant . 

John O'Connor 

Charles T. Hayman . 
H. W. Meacham — 
W. M. Hiltabidle.., 
Charles H. Geidel . . 

F. C. Dietz 

George H. Watkins 
Frederick Schaub . . 



Member 



K 



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Chief Engineer . . . 
Assistant Engineer 
Secretary 

Cl^rk 

Supt of Repairs 



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IC 

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«( 
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Messenger 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

• • 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Franklin Fur 
Aultman . 

Lima 

Akron .... 
Columbus 
Sidney . . . 
Columbus 
Dayton . . 
Cincinnati 
Toledo. . 
Akron . . . 
Coshocton 
Zanesville 
Wakefield 
Columbus 



Term of Office. 



Yrs. 



3 

3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Expires. 



2d Tu. Feb. 1901 

1902 

•* 1903 

May 22, 1902 

2d Tu. Feb. 1902 
1901 
1901 

March 31, 1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
.1901 

2d Tu. Feb. 1901 



II 
II 

II 



•Reelected. 



OHIO STATE BOARD OF PARDONS. 



Name. 


Office. 


•a 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Charles C. Lemert. . 
F. S. Hanselman . . . 
John A. Wilkins — 

George Bwing 

S. J.Hatfield 


Secretary 

Member 

II 


R 
R 
D 
D 
R 


Kenton 

Ravenna 

Delta 

Lancaster . . . 
Sidney 


2 
4 
4 
4 
4 


2d M. Jan. 1902 

April 29, 1901 

1901 


II 


•' 1903 


II 


1903 







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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 



1 

Name. 

1 


Office. 


u 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


• 

Expires. 


*I/ewis D. Bonebrake 
Chas. E. Bonebrake . 

H. H. Cassil 

tCara A. Moore 

O. H. Brooks. . .. 


Commissioner 

Chief Clerk 

Statistical Clerk... 

Stenographer 

Messenger 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Mt. Vernon . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Mt. Vernon . . . 
BowlingGreen 
Ironton 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


3d M. July 1901 

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•"Re-elected. 

fResigned. W. U. Hartsough. Columbus, appointed. 



JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


(A 

o 

"o 


Residence. 


Term ef Office. 


Yrs 


Expires. 


John A. Shauck . . . 
Thad. A. Minshall.. 
Marshall J. Williams 
Jacob F. Burket . . 
William T. Spear... 
William Z. Davis. . 
John A. Shauck . . . 
Frank I. Brown . . . 


Chief Justice 

Judge 

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R 
K 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Davton . . 

Chillicothe . . . 
Wash'ton C. H. 
Findlay .... 

Warren 

Marion 

Dayton 

Columbus . . 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
3 


February 9, 1901 

1902 

" 1903 


t< 
Official Stenog 


1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
April 1901 



EXAMINING COMMITTEE FOR ADMISSION TO THE BAR. 
APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME COURT. 

V 

Por One Year from December j/, i8gg. 

: Seymour Cunningham, Chairman . . . .• Chillicothe. 

Paul Howland Cleveland. 

Edmund B. Dillon ^. Columbus. 

For Two Years from December j/, iSgg. 

Oilbert H. Stewart Columbus. 

Albert Lee Thurman " 

James W. Half hill ... Lima. 

For Three Years from December j/, iSgg. 

B. J. West Wilmington. 

C. E. McBride Mansfield. 

. Roscoe J. Mauck Cincinnati 



STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



13 



SUPREME COURT REPORTER. 



Name. 


Oflice. 


2 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


E. O. Randall 

Jessie Mycr 


Reporter 

Stenographer . . . 


R 

• • 


Colutnbus — 

ft 


3 


May 14» 1901 



CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. 



• 


Office. 


0) 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Name. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Josiah B. Allen 

John P. Dana 

Charles C. Pickering 
Allen C Taylor 


Clerk 


R 
R 
R 
R 


Athens 

it 

« • • • 

Columbus 

Baltimore . . . 


3 

• 


1st M. Feb. 1902 


Deputy Clerk 

44 

* • • 

Stenographer ... 





Appointed by Clerk. 



LAW LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Prank N. Becbe 

Hartzell Caldwell.. 
Louis McCallister . . 
C. C. Barrows 


Law Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 

Messenger 

Janitor 


R 
R 
R 
R 


Columbus 

it 

• • • • 

Marietta 

Columbus . . 


3 

« • • • 

• • ■ 

• • • • 


Sept 28, 1902 









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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATB LIBRARY. 



^v 


Office. 


i 
t 

2 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Name. 
1 


iTrs. 


Expires. 


O. E. Niles 

Charles Orr 

J. F. McGrew 

C. B. Galbreath 


Commissioner 

• • • 

It 

■ • • 

State Librarian — 
Assistant Librarian 

Stenographer 

Assistant 


D 
R 

R 

R 

• • • • 

■ • • • 


Circleville ... 

Cleveland 

Springfield . . . 
Rocrers 


6 
6 
6 


April 23, 1902 
1904 
1906 


Alice Boardman . . 
Ida K. Galbreath... 
Marion E. Twiss. . . 


Hillsboro . 

Rogers 

Columbus . . . 

« 

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it 
ii 

Springfield . . . . 
Columbus — 


• ■ • 

• • • 




Minnie E. Jeffries. . 
Louise A Allen 


«4 


. .1 . 




u 






Helen Wright 

Bessie Herrman . . . 

John G. Ramsey 

Harry Carson 


(1 






<< 

Janitor 

Messenger 


R 
R 





COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC PRINTING. 



Name. 


Office. 


1 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs 


Expires. 


Charles Kinney, 
Secretary of State 

Walter D. Guilbert, 
Auditor of State . . 

John M. Sheets 

Attorney-General . 


£x officio 
' Commissioners ' 


R 
R 
R 


Portsmouth.. . 

Caldwell 

Ottawa 


2 
4 
2 


2d M. Jan. 1901 
1904 
1902 



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. 



Name. 


Office. 


o 

4-i 

'o 

P4 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Charles Kinney, 
Secretary of State 

Walter D. Guilbert, 
Auditor of State . . 

John M. Sheets, 
Attorney-General . 

Lloyd W.Buckmaster 

R. L. Williams 


Ex officio 
' Commissioners 

Clerk 


R 

R 

R 

R 
R 


Portsmouth. . . 

Caldwell 

Ottawa ..<..... 

Columbus 

Ii 

..... 


2 
4 
2 

• « • 
• • • 


2d M. Jan. 1901 
1904 
1902 


Messenger 





STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



16 



OHIO BOARD OP STATB CHARITIES. 



- l^a«M* 




Office. 

m 




Residence. 


Tenn of Office. 




Yrs. 


Bzpirea. 

4 


George K. Nasi 
Henry C Rannc 
William H. NeC 
M. D. Follett. 
R. Brinkerhoff. 
W. A. Hale 


7.:.: 

* • t • ■ 


President ^x officio 

Members of 
Board. 

Secretary 


R 
D 
R 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 


Columbus. . . . 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati.. . . 

Marietta 

Mansfield .... 

Dayton 

Columbus 

• • • • 


2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

• • • 


2d M. Jan. 1902 

Apnl 22« 1901 

1901 

1902 

19C»2 

" 1903 


Charles Parrott 
Joseph P. Byers 


» • • • 

• • • • 


1903 

« 



COMMISSIONBR OF RAILROADS AND TELEGRAPHa 



Name. 


Office. 




Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs 


Expires. 


Ray S. Kayler 

Edward H. Archer.. 
Edward H. Hanna. . 

David S. Archer 

James C. Morris 

Charles G. Knight.. 
Robert L.Williams. 


Commissioner . . 
Chief Clerk .... 

Statistician 

Recording Clerk . . 
Insoector 


R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Alliance 

Columbus .... 
Nelsonville . . . 
Columbus — 
Youngstown. . 
Columbus . . . 

« • • « 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


March 14, 1901 


Deputy Inspector. . 
Messenger 





ADJUTANT-GENERAL, EX OFFICIO SUPERINTENDENT OF STATE HOUSE. 

ADJUTANT-GBNBRAVS OPPICK. 



Name. 


Office. 


6 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


George R. Gyger. . . 
C. B. Adams. .... 
C. N. Vallandingham 

O.J. Hopkins 

Charles C. Ames 

R- Ross Shaw. . . . 


Adjutant-General . . 

Asst 

Acting Chief Clerk 

Clerk 

14 

4( 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Alliance 

Delaware . . . . 
Cincinnati. .. 

Toledo 

Columbus 

Groveport .... 
Columbus . . . 
Arnist*gs Mills 

Columbus 

it 

.... 

« 

.... 


2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 


January 13, 1902 


D. J. Brooks 

Julius Armstrong. . . 
George D. Freeman 
Olive L. Shurtz 


• ••••• • • 

U 

Supt state Arsenal 
StenoGfranhcr 




John H. BcUair 


Messenger 


R 





16 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL, ETC.— Concluded. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STATE HOUSE. 



Name. 

i 


Office. 


0) 

'o 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


J. L. Styron 

George P. Mute 

Hamilt'n McFarland 
N. R. Quackenbush. 
George Feeney . ... 

Benjamin Priest 

C. H. Lynde 

Joseph McMeeken . . 

Prank Reeves 

M. D. Griffith . ... 


Supt. Laborers 

Day Policeman . 

Night 

Visitors* Attendant 

Suptl Flag Room . . 

Engineer ... ... 

Fireman 

4 . 

Armorer 

Caroenter 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Newark 

Columbus ... 
Zanesville . . 
Plain City ... 

Dayion 

Coin 111 bus 

Akron 

Columbus . . 

44 
(( 

Circleville .... 
Columbus . . . 

Hallsville ... 

Newark 

Columbus . . 


o 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

r 

2 
2 
2 
2 


January 13, 1902 


J. A. Collins.. 

James E. Jenkins. . . 

C. F. Delong 

W. H. Minser . . . . 

F. J. Styron 

William Armstrong . 


Regular Laborer . . 

it 44 

• • 

t( 44 

• ■ 

• 

Extra 

44 .4 

• • 





SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE AND INSPECTOR OF BUILDING 

AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



Name. 



Office. 



CO 



o 

P4 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



Yrs. 



Expires. 



A. I. Vorys 

Thomas E. Drake. 
J. W. Crooks. .. . 

H. S. Bassett 

H. Starek 

Miletus Garner. .. 
A. N. Williams. .. 

N. T. Gant. Jr 

Roscoe J. Mauck. 
E. P. McCorkle... 
John W. Hook .... 
John T. Brasee . . . 
Joseph Everhart . . 
David H. Jones. . . 
Alfred McClure. . . 
George E. Monett 



Supt. and Inspector 

Deputy Supt 

Examining Clerk . . 

Statistician 

Book-keeper . . 
Corresponding Clk. 
License Clerk. . . . 

Mailing Clerk 

Dept Insp.B.&L. A. 
Examiner " 

Chief Clerk " 
Clerk 

Statistician '* 
Messenger 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Lancaster 


3 Juiic 


Warren .... 


3 


Marietta . . 


3 


Wauseon . ... 


3 


Cleveland 


3 


Wilmington . . 


3 


Marion 


3 


Zanesville : . . . 


3 


Gallipolis 


3 


Warren 


3 


West Union . . . 


3 


Lancaster 


3 


Basil 


3 


Columbus 


3 


. • . . 


3 


it 

• • . • . 


3 



1902 



STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



IT 



COMMISSIONER OF LABOR STATISTICS. 



Name. 


Office. 


'tt 




Residence. 


• 

Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


M. D. Ratchford . . 

G. C. Berlew . . 

Nellie E. Sheehan . . 

Hannah Jones 

Emilie Guthke 


Commissioner 

Chief Clerk 

Stenographer .... 
Clerk 

it 


R 
R 

• • • * 

• ■ • • 

• ■ 


Massillon 

Springfield . . . 

^Iassillon 

Columbus 


2 

2 

2 
2 

2 


April 25, 1902 

July 1, 1902 

June 5, 1902 

" 5, 1902 

" 13. 1902 









INSPECTOR OK MINES 



Name. 


Office. 


• 

(A 

o 

ft 

2 


1 




Term of Office. 


Rcsideticc. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


E.G. Biddison 

R. M. Mason 

D. H.Williams 

r B.Wilson 

Thomas McGough . . 

W. H. Turner. 

James P. Davis 

W. H. Miller 

Ruth Greene 


Chief Inspector . . . 
Deputy Inspector . 

,< 

;( 
<l 

Clerk 


R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Athens .... 

Logan .... 

Glouster.. . 

Corning . . . 

Bridgeport 

Cambridge 

Dell Roy.. 

Newman . . 

Columbus. . 
It 

Trimble 






4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

• • • 

3 

• • • • 


April 30, 1904 
1903 

July 15, 1901 

April 30, 1903 
1903 
1903 

Retained. 

April 30, 1903 


Mary Ktncaid. 

Zoe F. Bryson .... 


Stenocrraoher 






^..icrJiv ••••••» ■••• 


.... 





SUPERVISOR OF PIBLIC PRINTING. 



Name. 


Office. 

■ 




Residence. 

1 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Leo Hirsch 

D. L. Agler 

Geo. C. Schmeltz . . . 


Supervisor 

Clerk 


R 
R 
R 
R 


Columbus — 

{« 

.... 

• « • • 


2 
2 
2 

o 


April 14, 1901 


Foreman 


(1 


Fred Rauschkolb . . 


Teamster 


n 



LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONERS. 



Name. 


Office. 


Politics. • 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


•D. N. Kinsman .... 
William L. Miller.. 
Thomas P. Shields. . 


Member 

it 

• 


R 

R 
D 


Columbus — 
Chillicothe . . . 
Watkins 


3 
3 
3 


May 5, 1901 
1902 
1903 



Resigned. H. M. W. Moore, Columbus, appointed. 
2 S S 



18 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



INSPECTOR OF WORKSHOPS AND FACTORIES. 



Name. 




en 

(J 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



Yrs. 



Expires. 



J.W. Knaub 

Frank C. Base . 
Warren D. Hall. . 
John W. Bath. . . 
F. M. Canipfield . 
David T. Davis . 

R. M. Hull 

Jacob Metzger. . . 
Jas. II. Lloyd. . . . 
J. H. Arbogast . . 
David Fisher. . . . 
John M. Williams 



Theodore Wagner 
William Woehrlin 



Chief Inspector . . . 

1st Dist. Inspector. 

2d 

3d 

4th 

oth 

Gth 

7th 

8th 

9th 

10th 

11th 



It 
i( 
ti 
i( 
it 
.( 
%( 
ii 
ti 
(( 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Dayton ... 
Cleveland 
Warren . . . 
P^yria . . . 

Toledo 

I*indlay . . 
Salineville 
Zanesville . 
Columbus . 
Springfield 
Cincinnati . 
Portsmouth 



BAKERY INSPECTORS. 



Northern District 
Southern District 



R 
R 



Cleveland 
Cincinnati 



8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 



April 29, 
May 1, 



1901 
1902 



« 
it 
<i 
f( 
<( 
i< 
ti 

n 
II 
II 



May 1, 
II 



1902 



CLERKS. 



E. M. Slack 


Chief Clerk 


R 


Columbus 


* • 




John F. Woods .... 


Recording Clerk . 


R 


Mansfield 


• • 




Clara A. Nolze 


Order Clerk 


. . 1 Columbus — 


• • 




Bertha Young 


Stenographer 


. . . 


• * « ■ 


• • 




Fred Schaub 


Messenger 


R 


It 

• • • • 







ST.VnC INSPECTORS OF OILS. 



Name. 



Office. 



'J-. 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



Yrs. 



Expires. 



State Insp. 1st Dist 
Deputy 



F. L. Baird 

A. M. Young 

E. L. Blue 

C. V. Ruinbaugh . . . 

F. W. Greene 

Theo. A. Classe. . . . 
Martin House. . . . 
James A. Wilson . . . 

W. J. Aby 

John K. Lewis .... 

John R. Malloy State Insp. 2d Dist. 



It 



it 



It 



it 



ti 



It 



(i 



tt 



• 1 



Robert H. Moore. . . 
George I. King. 
Edward G. Lattimerl 

H. S. Brewer 

Sherman Williams. . 

Charles Brant 

William R. Roney.. 
Robert C. McFariand 

J. Tobey 

Robert Love 

J. O. McCormick . . . 
W. O. Littick 



Deputy 



It 
ft 
i( 
(( 
<i 
.( 
(( 
(< 
ft 
i< 
<< 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Toledo 



if 



Perrysburg 

Lima 

Cleveland . 



if 



I 



Akron .... 
Canton . . 
Youngstown 
Columbus 
Bcllaire . . . 
Cincinnati. 
Columbus. 
Dayton . . . 
Hamilton . 
Lebanon . . 
Marietta.. 
Mansfield. . 
Springfield 
Steuben vi lie 
Xenia . . 
Zanesville 



o 



o 



May 15, 1902 
Pleasure of Insp 



<f 

.4 
t( 
ft 
CI 
ti 
ft 



May 15, 1902 
Pleasure of Insp 



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(i 
tf 
If 
if 
(( 
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ft 
tt 
ft 



STATE DKPARTMENTS. 



19 



COMMISSIONERS OF FISH AND GAME. 



Name, 


Office. 


(A 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


1 
Expires. 


■Gcorjje Kalloou 

J. C. Kurnctt 


Member 


R 
R 


Athens 

Sal)ina 


6 

') 
5 
5 

• « ■ 


May 17, IDOl 

P,M)2 


Albert Brewer 

*Cbarles Buroker . . 
A. J. Hazlett . . 
L. H. Reutinger . . 


• • • • • • • 

Chief Warden & Sec 


R 
I) 
I) 
R 


Tiffin 

St. Paris .... 
Bucyrus .... 
Athens . . . 


" 11103 

11M)4 

1905 



• vice James W. Owens, deceased. 



DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER. 



Name. 



Office. 



J. E. Blackburn, Ph. D. 

William Martin 

George J. Carruthers . . 

M. A. Bridge 

JM. J. Cheetham 

^Irs. Ida Stewart 

IVIartiu Co wen 

F. W. Herbst 

George Rev mer 

J. F. Kuoufr 

O.J. Berry 

K. B. Beverstock 

Anthony Sauer .. . . . 

XfOuis Schmidt 

P. L. Hobbs 

G. A. Kirchniaier 

Edward Herbst 

B. S. Young 

Walter F. Brown 

Harr>' C. Mason 

E. B. Dillon 

O. J. Renner 

J. W. Half hill 

Driggs & Heinlein 

\V' illis Bacon 

Tallman & Armstrong. 

Chas. H. Bosler 

John L. Locke 

J. P. Fawcett 

Thos. McConica 

A. II. Kunkle 

D. I. Worthington. . .. 

B. F. Perry. Jr 

♦W. L. McElroy 

Scott Plum 

Scott Bonham 

Oberlin G. Brooks. . . . 



Commissioner. ... 
Asst. Comni issioner 

Chief Clerk 

Stenographer 

Clerk 

Chief Inspector... 
Drug Inspector. . . . 
Inspector 



ti 
« 

ii 



Chief Chemist. 
Chemist 



(I 



i< 



.Attorney 



IC 

it 
II 

14 
ii 
l< 
If 
ii 
it 
ii 
Ii 
ii 
ii 
II 
Ii 



Messenger 



en 



R 
R 
R 
R 



Residence. 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Bellaire . . 
Chardon.. 
Cincinnati 
Columbus 



II 



Bellaire . . . 
Columbus . . 
Mansfield. . . 
Caldwell.... 
Kimbolton.. 
Tontogany . 

Cincinnati. . 

II 

Cleveland . . 

Toledo 

Columbus . . 

Ada 

Toledo .... 
Cleveland . . 
Columbus 
Cincinnati 
Lima 



Bridgeport. 
Tiffin .. . 
Bellaire . . . 
Dayton 
Cambridge 
Canton .... 
l^indlay . 
Springfield . 
Wash'ton C. 
Jefferson . . 
Mt. Vernon 
Bellefontaine 
Cincinnati 
Ironton. 



Term of Office. 



Feb. 15, 1901 
Pleasure of Com 



H, 



Ii 
Ii 
II 
II 
«i 
Ii 
ii 
ii 
it 
If 
If 
ii 
if 
ii 
it 
II 
it 
Ii 
ii 
ii 
•i 
it 
Ii 
it 
Ii 
ti 
ti 

n 
ti 
11 
ti 
Ii 
tt 
II 



'^reccased. 



20 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Name. 



Office. 



tH 

o 



o 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



Yrs. 



Expires. 



W.T.Gemmill,M.D. 
Byron Stanton, M. D. 
J. C. Crossland, M. D. 
Wm. T. Miller, M. D. 
FrankWarner, M. n 
W.C.Chapman.M. D. 
J. Hartzell, Ph. D 
John M. Sheets 
Atiorney-Gen 
C. O. Probst, M. D.. 
James E. Bauman. . . 
Anne P. Fisher. • . 
Richard G. Evans . . 
Benj. H. Flynn, C. E. 
ElmerG.Horton,B.S 
R. L Williams. . . . 



.{ 



Vice President 

Member of Board . . 



it 

u 

ii 



President 

Member of Board 1 
ex officio . . . . j 
Secretarv of Board . 
Chief Clerk. 
Stenographer. 



it 



Engineer. . . . 
Chemist . . . 
Messenger . . . 



R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
R 

R 

R 
R 

R 
R 
R 
R 



Forest , . 

Cincinnati 

Zanesville ... 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Toledo 

Canton 


^ 1 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 


Ottawa 


• • 


Columbus 

it 


• • 

• • 


t( 

Wash'ton C. H. . 

Columbus 

(t 

li 

• • • • « 


• • 

* ■ 
■ • • 



Dec. 13, 



1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 



OHIO BOARD OF PHARMACY. 



Name. 


Office. 


en 

1 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Charles Krone 

W. R. Ogier 

F. H. King 


Member of Board . . 
Sec'y and Treas . . . 

Member of Board . . 

(i 


D 
R 
D 
R 
R 


Hamilton ... 

Columbus 

Delphos 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland ... 


5 
5 
5 
5 
5 


March 31, 1901 

1902 

" 1903 


Julius Greyer 

George W.' Voss . . 


1904 
1905 



CANAL COMMISSION. 



Name. 


Office. 


• 

en 
u 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


A. T. Wikoff 

H. W. Blachley. . . . 

A. H. Sawyer 

E. E. Booten 

Chas. W. Diehl 


Commissioner 

(t 

• • • • 

Draughtsman . 
it 

• * • • ■ 

Clerk 


R 
R 

R 
R 
R 


Columbus — 
Van Wert . . . 

Columbus 

Patriot 

Cambridge . . . 


2 
*> 

• ■ • 
« • • 


April 28, 1902 
tt 



STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



21 



STATE BOARD OF SCHOOL EX.\MINERS. 



Name 



r. 



OflBce. 



i 



Residence. 



J. D. Simkins . . . 

W. W. Bovd 

William H. Meek... 

M. E. Hard 

William H. Mitchell 



•< 



'Yrs 

I I 



Member of Board . D St. Manrs "> 

. R Painesville "» 

. R l>a\*ton .... ' o 

I> Sidney o 

R , New London . o 



Term of Office. 



Expires^ 



August 3L IMil 

r.*»2 

1904 
190". 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



Office. 



A I 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



jYrs Expires. 



L. G. Elv 


Treasurer . 


K 


WVft r:ihv 


5 1 Januan-, 


ls-1 


H. S. Grimes. ... 


President 


R 


rctfiMnc'Uth 


5 


]i«'l 


G. Liggett 

C Bordwell 


Member 


R 


Wat kins 


5 


l:^-» 


• • 


D 


Batiivia 


• 


l^irj 


D. J. Green 


1 •• 


R 


Ren reck 


• ► ** 


iv*.*:; 


Samuel Tavlor . . 


•« 


R 


Pleas't Corners 


• 1 " 


lv*«.« 


J. S. Stuckev . . . 


. . Vice President . 


R 


Van Wert 


• » 


1>»4 


B. P. BaMwin . . 


. Member - . , . . . 


R 


Ti^er 


■ 1 ** 


ll««'4 


T. E. Cromlev. 


«« 


I) 


-\>hville ... 


-» ** 


l'«T:r. 


T. L. Calvert . . . . 


ft* 


R 


Selma 


.1 


r- * 


W. W. Miller. . . . 


Srcretarx- . 


R 


Columbus 


4 


11*":: 


J. W. Fleming 


... .\>>i. Secretary- 


R 


»• 


4 


l;*"4 



AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION <WOOSTER). 

BOARD OF CONTROL. 



Name. 


1 
Office. 


m 

r. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 

1 


Expires. 


George K. Nasb . . . 
J. T. Robinson .... 
Lnther M. Strong . . 

IL H. Warder 

C. E. Thome . 


i 

Member £.r officio . 
Member 

■ ■ - 

Exoficio- 


R 
R 
R 

I> 
R 


Columbus . . 
Rockawav . 
Kenton. 
North Bend 
Woc'Ster . . 


2 Tanuar\'l.'^. IJ^ri 
A *Mav '• 2. Iwl 

3 • 2. 19(»2 
:> " 2, 1903 



22 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE GEOLOGIST. 



Name. 


• 

Office. 


"o 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Edward Ortou 


Geologist 


R 


Columbus 


Not specified. 



STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL REGISTRATION AND EXAMINATION. 









Term of Office. 


Name. 

• 


Office. 


Residence. 




Beginning. 


Expiration. 


A. Ravogli 


Member 


Cincinnati . . 


April 28, 1899 


March 18, 1901 


H. E. Beebe 


ti 


Sidnev 


March 18, 189o 


1902^ 


N. R. Coleman 


President 


Columbus . . . 


189G 


1903 


H. H. Baxter 


Member 


Cleveland 


1897 


1904 


L. P. Towers 


It 


Toledo 


1898 


*' 1905 


S. B. McGavraii. . . 


...» 


Cadiz 


1899 


1906 


D?ivid Williams. . . 


Treasurer 


Columbus . . . 


19(H.) 


i9or 


Frank Winders. . . . 


Secretary 


4« 

• • • • 


1890 





STATE BOARD OP VETERINARY EXAMINERS. 



Name. 


• 
Office. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


C. O. Probst, M.D., Secretary 
State Board of Health.. .'. 

W.W. Miller, Secretary State 

Board of Agriculture 

N. B. Smith, D. V. S 

D. S. White 


Member ex officio 

Pres't *• 

Treasurer 

Secretary ... 


Columbus . . . 






Basil 

Delaware 


6 
6 


July 20, 1902^ 
1906- 



STATE .BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS. 



• 

Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


A. F. Emminger . . 
L. P. Bethel 


President 

Sccretarv 


Columbus 

Kent 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


April 30, 190L 


O. N. Heise 

M. H. Fletcher 

W. A. Price 


Member 


it 
11 











STATE DEPARTMENTS. 



23 



BOARD OF ARBITRATION. 



Name. 


Office. 


• 
O 

♦-• 

A* 
1-1 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs, 

3- 

3 

3 


Expires. 


Selwyn N. Owen — 

Joseph Bishop 

*Reese G. Richards. 


Chairman \... 


D 
R 
R 


Columbus . . 

I* 

* • • 

Steubenville . . 


May 29, 1901 
** 1*M)2 


Secretarv 


Member 


April 12. 190.-) 







♦vice John Little, deceased. 



FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 



Name. 



Office. 



J. S. Richardson .... 
Mrs. Cora Rock wood 
Joseph K. Vic'.ia . . . 
May E. Trowbridge. 

S. P. Ewing 

Mrs. A. L. Baker 

John F. Iliff 

Miss M. I. Graham. 

Albert Cohn 

Miss H. Hamilton . . 



Superintendent . 

Clerk 

Superintendent 

Clerk 

Su])erintendent 

Superintendent 

Clerk 

Superintendent 
Clerk 






Residence. 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Cincinnati 
•< 

Cleveland 

Columbus 
II 

Dayton . . . 

II 

Toledo . . 
it 



Term of Office-. 



Yrs. 



Expires. 



2 

2 
») 

•> 

2 
»> 

i> 

2 

2 
«) 



Sept. 14, 1902 
March 14, 1901 
Januar}-1(». 19nl 
July 1, l'.»01 

August 31, 1902 



14 



Sept. 30, 1{>02 
Dec. 14, 1902 
August 31, 1902 



II 



THE STATE BUILDING COMMISSION. 



i 



Name. 


Office. 


o 

R 
R 
R 
1) 
R 
R 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


George K. Nash 

A. D. Rodgers 

John M. Sheets 

Lewis P. Schaus 

E. L. Lybarger . ... 
Opha Moore 


Chairman 


Columbus 

• • • 

Ottawa 


2d M. Jan. 1902 

Indefinite. 
.1 


Vice Chairman . . . 

Member 

II 

it 


Newark 

Sp'g Mountain 
Columbus 


• • « • 

• • • • 




Clerk 


11 







I 



24 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE COMMISSIONER OF SOLDIERS' CLAIMS OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


• 
U 

■•-1 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


\V. L. Curry 

Lucile Curry 


Commissioner. ... 
Stenographer 


R 

■ • • ■ 


Marysville 

• • • 


2 
2 


• 
April 12, 1902 



STATE EXAMINEI STATIONARY ENGINEERS. 



Name. 


Office 


• 
(0 

o 
O 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


George M. Collier. . 
Charles J. Money. . . 
George G. Bennett. . 
Thomas Winship. . . 

E. H. Harman 

August Deschler. . . . 

Elmer E. Miller 

Joseph H. Ebright. . 


Chief Examiner. . . 

Clerk 

Dist. Ex. 1st Dist.. 

2d " .. 

3d " .. 

4th " .. 

5th " . . 

6th " .. 


R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 


Clevelanc 

« « • • 

Toledo 

Columbus 

Chillicothe . . . 

Canton . 

Canal Dover . . 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


May 1, 1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 
1903 



STATE FIRE MARSHAL. 



Name. 


Office. 


Politics. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


S. D. Hollenbeck... 

C. D. Beardsley 

H. H. Hollenbeck. . 


State Fire Marshal. 
Deputy ... 


R 

^ 

R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 


Chardon 

Columbus . . . 
Chardon 




May 18, ' 1902 

Pleas'e of Mari 
it 


Walter Payne 

R W. Parmelee 


Division Assistant. 
Stenographer 


Toledo 

Burton 


.... 


t4 
i< 


A. J. Fiorini 

VV. S. Davie 

Henry W.Hart 

John Ambrose 

Sam E. Davidson . . . 
George B. Harris. . . 


Dayton 

Cofumbus . . 
Akron 


. . . 


i« 

U 


Cincinnati 

West Union . . 
Findlay 


.... 


ti 
«< 
«i 



STATK nEI'ARTM K.VTS. 



25 



OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES OF STATE 

INSTITUTIONS. 



\ 



OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY (COLUMBUS) — BOARD OF TRUSTEED 

Full term of office, seven years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


John T. Mack 

Lucius B. Wine 

Thomas J. Godfrey 

J. McLain Smith. ' 

Paul Jones 

Oscar T. Corson 

David M. Massie 


Sandusky 

Newark 

Celina 

Davton 

Columbus 

Chillicothe .'.*.'"" 


1 
May 13. 1^94 ' May 13, 1901 
'• IM»5 . '" 1902 
" \i>\H\ '• 1903 
" ls«»7 "1904 
" 181*8 ' *♦ 1905 
" 18*»1» " HKMi 
" 19<K> ** 11M»7 



Officers of the Board. 

J. McLain Smith, President Dayton. 

Oscar T. Corson, Vice-President ^ Columbus. 

Alexis Cope, Secretary " 

L. F. Kieswetter, Treasurer ** 



Officers of the University, 

W. O. Thompson President of University. 

Joseph V. Denney Secretary of the Faculty. 

Olive B. Jones Librariac. 



I 



26 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OmO UNIVERSITY (ATHENS) — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Appointed. 


rieorfTe K Nash fv officio 


Columbus 

Cincinnati. ' 

Logan 

Athens ... 

Toledo 

Alliance 

Cincinnati 

Winchester ... 




George \V. Boyce 

V. C. Lowry 

L. M. Jewett 

R. E. Hauiblin 

C. C. Davidson, A. M 

A. Leue, Ph. D 

Lucien J. Fentou 

J. E. Benson 

J. M.Welch 

W. E. Bundy 

F. C. Whiley 

J.P.Wood 

Albert Douglass 

H. W. Coultrap 

D. H. Moore 

Thomas Blackstonc, M. D. 

Israel W. Foster 

T. R. Biddle 


1875 
1885 
1887 
1890 
1891 
1891 
1892 


Cleveland 


1892 


Athens 

Cincinnati 

Lancaster 

Athens 

Chillicbthe 

McArthur 

Athens 

Circleville 

Athens 

it 


1893 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1898 
1898 
1900 
1900 









Officers of the Board. 

Charles W\ Super President. 

A. J. Frame i Treasurer. 

I^. M. Jewett Secretary and Auditor. 



Finance Committee, 

J. P. Wood, Chairman Athens. 

D. H. Moore " 

Charles W. Super. McArthur. 



\ 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



27 



MIAMI UNR'ERSITY (OXFORD)— BOARD OF TRUSTEED 

Full term of office, nine j-ears. 



Name. 



Term of Service. 



Residence. 



Commenced. 



Expires. 



"Walter L Tobey 

James E. Morey 1 

Nelson Sayler 

David R. Sloore. D. D 

John X. VaiiDeman 

Dnvid MacDill. D. D 

Hon. Nelson \V, Evans 

John M. Winihrow. M. D 

Theophilus R. Kumk-r 

Hon. Hlani Fisher 

*\Vm. J. McSurely, D. D 

Horace A. Le\*in 

Hon. Wm. S. Giffen 

John \V. Herron, Lh. 1") 

Samuel F. Hunt Lh. D 

Harry Weidner 

Clark n. Montgomery ; 

Davi«l R. Silver. M. I> 

Daniel H. Kvans. D. D 

Hon. Samuel F. Caty 

Alex C. Sands, Jr 

Henr\* C Tavlor 

James R. Patterson 

Francis M. Coppock 

Waller S. Thomas ^ 

Georjje H. Fnl lerton ; 

Joseph J. McMaken 

George R. Eastman 



Hamilton 



Cincinnati 

South Salem . . . 
Wasjhingtun C. H 

Portsmouth 

Cincinnati 

Oxford 

Halon 

Hillsl)oro 

Dayton 

Hamilton 

Cincinnati 

Olcndale 

Dayton 

Cincinnati . . 

Sidney 

Youngslown 

Cincinnati 



Columbus . . 
Hamilton. . 
Cincinnati . 
Trov . 

Springfield . 
Hamilton.. . 
Davton 



IS'.^o 
lv.»:: 

ls;C 
1 s*yA 
1>V3 
18i«3 

ISt^'i 

1*^1*; 

lSl*'i 
IS'.'i* 
18'.»H 
1 ^\K* 
IV,*'.* 
IxH'.' 
lSi»'* 
IS'.n^ 
\>\<* 

1M>« 

I'.HMI 
11*1 H» 
1<HMI 



1902 

iih;»l' 

11H»2 
1J»02 
1<H>2 

190") 
llKr» 
100> 

llHiri 
1JK):> 

11»0> 

!!»<.»> 

11X>8 
1908 
li»08 
li<»S 
1905 
11K>2 
1902 
1908 



• Resigned. (). V. Parrish appointed. 

Officers of the Board, 

John \V. Herron. LL. D.. President CincinnatL 

A. J. Bishop, Secretary* Oxford. 

George A. McSurely, Treasurer. Oxford 

Executive Committee, 

J. E. Morey Hamilton. 

Walter L. Tobev 

William S. Giflfen " 

T. R. Kumler ... Oxford. 



f" 



28 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMBINED NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT OF 

WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY. 



Name. 


# 
Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


W. A. Galloway 

J. A. Howells 

James F. Rankin 

James Poindexter 

Andrew J. DeHart 

W. A. Galloway 

Joshua H. Jones, President 


Xenia 

Jefferson 

SDrin&rfieid 


July 1, 1890 

Sept, 27, 1897 

June 30, 1900 

1898 

1900 

1900 

Ex officio. 


June30,190() 
" 1901 
" 1902 


Columbus 

Cincinnati 

Xenia 


" 1902 
" 1903 
'■ 190o 


Wilberforce 





OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND (COLUMBUS) — 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


• 

Commenced. 


Expires. 


George \V. Hays, Secretary 

Alfred Robinson, M. D., Prest. . . 

Charles Flumerfelt 

Hiram P. Crouse 

Joseph Biechele 


Cincinnati 

Ironton 

Old Fort 

Findlay 

Canton 


April 2,1896 
" 15, 1897 
" 25, 1898 
" 13, 1900 
" 12, 1900 


1st M.April, 1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



Officers, 
Rev. G. L. Smead, Superintendent Savannah. 

9 

L. M. Early, M. D., Physician Columbus. 

Dr. J. E. Brown, Oculist ■ Columbus. 

R. W. Bell, Steward Belleville. 

Mrs. Grace Rich Dungan, Matron Columbus. 

Mrs. H. A. Chalfant, Assistant Matron , Chalfant Station. 

Lizzie Pavy, Assistant Matron Holmesville. 

*Mrs. K. Armstrong, Housekeeper Columbus. 

■^Deceased. Miss Olive M. Brown, ofiSciating. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



29 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDCCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB 

(COLUMBUS) — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Ser\Mce. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


W. A. Gipson 

♦\Vm. L. McElroy 

George \V. Glover 

Jacob Cohn 

Georee P. Tvler 


Upper Sandusky . . . 

Mt. Vernon 

Cadiz 


April 15, 18l>6 
hsi)7 

181»8 

1S<»1) 

li»Oo 


Apr.l5, 1001 
1JM)2 
1W3 


Ashland 

Russelville 


li>04 
li»0') 







^Deceased. 

Officers. 

J. \V. Jones Superintendent. 

Robert Paterson Principal of School. 

J. A. Burgoyne * . . Physician. 

Mrs. Cora A. Jones Matron. 

A. E. Earhart Steward. 

W. H. Ainsworth Storekeeper. 

J. W. Barkhurst Night Watchman. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH 

(COLUMBUS) — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



f :.: : 

Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Ser\'ice. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


A. P. Baldwin 

fames T. Hooker 


Akron 

Cincinnati 


IstM.Apr.lsm* 
1S<)9 
P.MM) 

April \\\ 1.S1»1» 


1 M.Ap. 1901 
" 190*2 


Boyd Vincent 

R. MehafFev 


1908 


Herring 

Fremont 


An. !•> 1904 


William E Havnes 


1:5. l*>On ' IM.An. \^^K^r^ 






j r 



Ojjiicers. 

G. A. Dorcn. M. I) Superintendent. 

George Evans Financial Officer. 

H. F. Purple Matron. 

A. S. Aldeu Clerk. 

Mr» V. L. Doren Principal. 



30 



REPORT OF. SECRETARY OF STATE. 



GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL HOME (RATHBONE)— BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 



J. C. Beatty 

B. H.Milhkan . 
J. V. Roudebush 

B. Tristram 

T. E. Hoyt 



Term of Service. 



Residence. 



Commenced. 



Expires. 



Ravenna 

Washington C H . . . 

Carrollton 

Marion 

Ashtabula 



April 15, 1896 

"' 1897 

*' 1898 

1900 

" 1900 



lM.Ap.l901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



II 



II 
II 



11 



Officers, 

Albert W. Stiles Superintendent 

Mrs. A. W. Stiles Matron. 

Mamie O.Betz Clerk. 

Sara L. Balfe . Storekeeper. 



OHIO SOLDIERS* AND SAILORS' HOME (SANDUSKY) — 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term of Service. 



Commenced. 



Expires. 



J. VV. R. Cline, President. . 

J. L. Cameron 

J. J. Sullivan 

William P. Orr 

Thomas T. Dill, Secretary. 



Springfield 
^larysville . 
Cleveland . 
Piqua .... 
Mansfield ■ 



April 17, 1898 
•* 2. 1897 
" 5, 1898 
" 3, 1899 
1900 



(I 



lM.Ap.l901 

" 1902 
" 1903 
" 1904 
" 1905 



Officers. 

General A. M. Anderson Commandant. 

Captain Charles A. Reeser Adjutant. 

Capt. Daniel Dugan Quartermaster. 

Maj. J. T. Haynes Surgeon. 

Capt. Charles W. Race . . Assistant Surgeon. 

Ca*pt. William E. Rawz . . . . .* " 

Wm. M. Haines Chaplain. 

Mrs. Mary L. Fuller Matron. 



>TATK INSTITI'TIONS. 



31 



OHIO SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME ( XEN'L\ )— BOARD 

OK TRUSTEES. 

Full term* of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


1 

Term of Sen-ice. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


A.V Rice 


Columbus 


April 14. 1S% 
181>7 

ISJJS 

1S?«» 
1*KK> 


Apr.l3.1<K)l 
•* IIH)2 
" 1903 
'* 1904 


D. Q. Morrow 

Johii S. Jones, President 

P. H. Dowling 

Dr. H. C. Houston 

1 


Hillsboro 

Delaware 

Toledo 


Trbana 


" 1905 



Ojficcrs, 

Charles L. Young Superintendent. 

Mrs. Cora I). Young Matron. 

Grin C. Baker Eiiinncial ( )fficer. 

A. C. Messenger, ^L D Physician. 



BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, (NEAR LANCASTER) — BOARD OF 

TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five, years. 



Name. i 


Residence. 


Trrni of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


J. J. Pu>(sley 

\Vm. Beattv 


Hillsboro 

Toledo 


March \<\n\ _ 1 M.Ap.ll'Ol 
April 1V.»7 j " 1902 


John F. White, President 

Richard E. Tones 


Lofi^an 

Columbus 

(rallipolis 

Lancaster 


John L. Vance 

C. D. Hillcs, Secretary 


*• i!M»n 


l'.»0o 
I90o 



Officers. 

C. D. Hilles Superintendent. 

Mrs. C. I). Hilles Matron. 

George A. Sterling -Assistant Superintendent. 

W. E. Lutton Steward. 

Mattie Riser A.^sistant Matron. 



82 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ATHENS STATE HOSPITAL— BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


■a 

Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Virgil C. Lowr}' . . 

John N. Hayman, President. . 

Dr. S. B. Lightner 

William H. Williams 

Hollis C. Johnston 


Logan 


Dec 1897 
1896 

April 1898 
1899 
1900 


1 M.Ap.l901 
" 1902 
" 1903 
" 1904 
" 1905 


Middleport 

Sabina .... 

Columbus 

Gallioolis 







Officers. 

E. H. Rorick Superintendent. 

C. B. Parker, M. D Assistant Physician, 

Milo Wilson, M. D 

J. F. Fisher, M. D 

Fred. A. Wilson, M. D 

F. C. Rochester Steward. 

Samuel J. McGrew Storekeeper. 

Mrs. M. P. Rorick Matron. 



<( 



ti 



t< 



CLEVELAND STATE HOSPITAL— BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


C N. Schmick - 


Lei^onia 


January 1895 
April 1896 
February 1900 
1900 
1899 
May 1900 


April 1900 
1901 


Henrv B. Perkins 


Warren 

Canton 

Youngstown 

Willoughby 

Bellaire 


George E. Baldwin, Vice Pres.. 

Samuel WeU 

John S. Ellen, President 

James T. Kelly 


1901 
1903 
1904 
1905 



Officers, 

A. B. Howard, M. D Superintendent, 

James F. Kelley, M. D First Assistant Physician 

Willis S. Hobson, M. D Second 

John S. Tiernly, M. D Third 

Catherine R. Moses, M. D Fourth 

Thomas Austin Steward. 

Bert Binkley Storekeeper. 

Mrs. Thomas Austin Matron. 



(( 



c< 



« 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

COLUMBUS STATE HOSPITAL — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of ofl&ce," five years. 



83 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


John G. Roberts 


Gomer 


April 15, 189r) 
June 29, 1897 
April 12 1898 
July 21, 1899 
April 15, 1900 


Apr.14,1901 
** 1902 
" 1903 


Thomas B. Black 

Prank H. Southard 


Kenton 

Zane^ville 


Uartin B. Bushaell 


Mansfield 

Mt. Vernon 


" liK)4 


H. H. Greer, President 


•• 19<)5 



Officers. 

Hugene Carpenter, M. D., Superintendent Cleveland. 

George Stockton, M. I)., Assistant Physician Columbus. 

Robert C. Tarbcll, M. I). " Georgetown. 

Ernest Scott, M. D. " Columbus. 

Robert E. Reudy, M. D. •* and Pathologist Cleveland. 

Isabel A. Bradley, M. I). " Akron. 

O. L. Anderson, Steward Cambridge. 

M. T. Hines, Storekeeper *. Mt. Vernon. 

Mrs. Louise M. Carpenter, Matron Cleveland. 



DAYTON STATE HOSPITAL — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


George H. Smith 

L N.Walker 


Yellow Springs 

Lebanon 


April, 1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 


April, 1901 
*' 1902 


F. W. Whitaker 


Hamilton 


" 1903 


W.W. Roach 

Thomas A. Burns 


BcUefontaine . 
Versailles 


" 1904 
' " 1905 









Officers. 

J. M. Ratliff, M. D Superintendent. 

Matthew Porter, M. D Assistant Physician. 

Alonzo H. Dunham, M. D 

Francis E. Young, M. D 

R. R. Knowles Steward. 

P. S. Eikenbary Storekeeper. 

Mrs. J. M. Ratliff. Matron. 

8 SS 



(t 



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84 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LONGVIEW HOSPITAL, CARTHAGE, (NEAR CINCINNATI )— BOARD OF 

DIRECTORS. 

Full term of office, five years. 



^T_ . „ 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Name. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


C. H. Smith, Secretary 

Samuel Hunt 


Cincinnati 


April 15. 1896 
" 13, 1897 
May 16, 1898 
June 13, 1899 
April 8, 1900 


Apr. 14, 1901 
" 12 1902 


ti 


Jolin Zumstein, President 

E. T. Soraeue 


1903 


« 

• . • • « • • • 


June 12, 1904 
Apr. 7,1905 


W. I. Coppock 



Officers, 

F. W. Harmon, M. D Superintendent 

W. C. Kendig, M. D Assistant Physician. 

J. W.Mann, M.D 

H. Milton Foss Steward. 

Chas. G. Jenner Bookkeeper. 



MASSILLON STATE HOSPITAL — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



^T . - - 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Name. 

1 


Commenced. Expires. 


Georcre D. Cooeland 


Marion 


April 14, 1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 
1900 


Apr. 13, 1901 
" 1902 


Samuel J. McMahon 

John E. Russell, M. D 

Joseph H. Newton 

Jerome B. Zerbe 


Cambridcre 


Mt. Vernon 


" 1903 


Newark 


'' 1904 


Cleveland 


" 1905 



Officers, 

Henry C. Eyman, M. D., Superintendent Cleveland. 

W. C. Manchester, M. D., Assistant Physician Canton. 

H. F. Findley, M. D.», Assistant Physician Mansfield. 

S. O. Latimer, Steward Jefferson. 

W. G. Capeller, Storekeeper Mansfield. 

Mrs. H. C. Eyman, Matron Cleveland. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



35 



OHIO HOSPITAL FOR EPILErXICS (GALLIPOUS) 

TRUSTEES. 

Full term of office, five vears. 



BOARD OF 



Name. 


• 

Residence. 


Term of Service. 


1 

Commenced. 


Expires. 


1 

I. F. Mack 


Sandusky 

Athens 

Ironton .* 

Steubenville 

Wooster 


Jan. 18, 1898 

Mar. 1897 

" 9, 1898 

Feb. 1899 

1900 


Feb 1901 


James D. Brown 

•Edward S. Wilson. President.. 

George W. McCook 

John McSweeney 


1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



^Resigned. Orrin B. Gould, appointed. 



Officers, 



H. C. Rutter, M. D 

Richard O'Connell, M. D. 
\Vm. G. List, M. D . . . . 
T. L. Chadbourne . 

C. M. Keyes 

Mrs. M. il. Rutter 

F. L. Dowd 



Superintendent. 
Assistant Physician 



II 



11 



Steward. 

Matron. 

Storekeeper. 



TOLEDO STATE HOSPITAL — BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Full term of oflBce, five vears. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


W. H. Begg 

L. C. Cole 

Charles Foster, President 

David L. Cockley 

S. M. Heller 


Columbus Grove — 

Bowling Green 

Fostoria 

Shelby 

Napoleon 


April 7, 1900 

7, 1897 

4, 1898 

3, 1899 

" llKK) 


April 1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

** 1 905 









Officers. 

H. A. Tobey, M. D Superintendent. 

A. F. Shepherd, M. D Assistant Physician. 

George R. Love, M. D 

Nelson H. Young, M. D. . 

R. B. Leister, M. D 

Agnes M. Gardiner 

C S. Miller Steward. 

E. M. Garrett Storekeeper. 

Mrs. M. C. Tobey Matron. 



II 



II 



11 



41 



86 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OHIO PENITENTIARY (COLUMBUS) —BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Coleman Gillilan, President 

Harry S. Griffith 

McEldin Dun 

Arthur J. Sheppard 

Aaron Wagoner 

Frank Cook, Secretary' 


Portsmouth 

Mt Gilead 


Feb. 1(5, 1900 
1900 
1900 
J 900 
1900 

Mar. 7, 1900 


Mar.31,1901 
'• 1902 


Bellefontaiue 

Zanesville 

Akron 


" 1903 
'• 1904 
" 190i> 


Mansfield 

• 





OFFICERS OF THE PRISON. 




William N. Darby 

L.H.Wells 

C. A. Long 

C. B. Shook 

M. A. Karshner 

C. E. Wilcox 

W. W. Harris 

Wells Teachnor, M. D 
J. M. Thomas, M. D. . . 
Byron Palmer, M. D . . 
George A. Wood. . . 

W. H. Chandler 

O. B. Randall 

Rev. D. J. Starr . ... 

H. B. Robinson 

J. A. McEvoy 

C. A. Marden 

Robt. E. Jones 

Harry S.Ogle 

J. W. Beaird 

W. F. Bryant 

C.B. Slack 

T. M. Brannon 

Marvin E. Fornshell.. 
Mrs. E. M. Armstrong 
Mrs. Mattie C. Brown 
Miss Delia McMaster. 



Warden 

Deputy Warden 

Assistant Deputy Warden 

Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 

Steward 

Storekeeper 

Physician 

Assistant Physician ( Dav) . . . .' .... 

** ' (Night) 

Captain Night Watch 

Guard Room ( Day) 

(Night) 

Chaplain and Librarian 

Superintendent Construction 

" Subsistence 

" Oas 

" Piece Price 

" State Shop 

Yards 

" Transfers and Halls 

" Schools 

Postmaster 

Superintendent Printing 

Matron 

Assistant Matron 

Stenographer 



Belmont. 

Hardin. 

Highland. 

Pickaway. 

Franklin. 

Ross. 

Ashtabula. 

Scioto. 

Marion. 

Franklin. 

Greene. 

I^ogan. 

Jackson. 

Hamilton. 

Summit. 

Hancock. 

Coshocton. 

Lawrence. 

Noble. 

Ashland. 

Guernsey. 

Licking. 

Union. 

Preble. 

Hamilton. 

Lucas. 

Meigs. 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



37 



OHIO STATE REFORMATORY ( MANSFIELD ) — BOARD OF MANAGERa 

Full term of office, six years. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of Service. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


John D. Beaird 

Fred. F, Thomas 


Hayesville 

Elyria 


April 28, 1895 
189ti 
18t»7 
1898 
1899 
1900 


Apr.27,1901 
** WHYl 


H. L. Ferneding. 

R. W.C. Gregpf 

H. H. McFadden 

S. P. Wolcott 


Dayton 

Ratavia 

Steubenville 

Kent 


190R 
" 1904 
" 190.J 

1906 









Officers. 

m 

W. E. Sefton Superintendent. 

H. C. Castor Assistant Superintendent 

K. H. Schmerniund Clerk. 

W. T. Kain Steward. 

John Newberry Storekeeper. 

S. P. Ecki Physician. 

W.H.Locke Chaplain. 



i 



88 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



JUDICIARY AND OFFICERS OF COURT. 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. 
|The court holds an annual session at Washington, commencing: the second Monday in October.) 



Name. 



0) 



o 



Appointed from 



Commission. 



Salary. 



Chief Justice, Melville W. FuUer 

Jubiice, John M. Harlan 

*' Horace Gray 

" David J. Brewer ... 

Heury B. Brown 

Geo. Sliiras, Jr 

•' Edward D. White 

Rufus W. Peckham 

Joseph McKenna 



D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 

Attorney-General, John W. Griggs R 
Solicitor-General, John K. Richards R 
Clerk of Supreme Court, James H. 

McKenney 

Marshal, J. M. Wright 

Reporter, J. C. Bancroft Davis. 



Illinois 

Kentucky ... 
Massachusetts 

Kansas 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania . 
Louisiana .... 

New York 

California . . 

New Jersey . . 
Ohio 

Dist. Columbia 

Kentucky 

New York 



July 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

July 

Feb. 
Dec. 
Jan. 



u 



July 



20, 1888 
29, 1877 
20, 1881 
18, 1889 
29, 1890 
26, 1892 
19, 1894 
9, 1895 
21, 1898 

25, 1898 
1, 1897 



May 10,1880 
Jan. 4, 1888 
Nov. 5, 1883 



$10,500 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
8,000 
7,000 

6,000 
3,500 
4,500 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR THE 

NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO. 



• 

Name. 


(A 

O 


• 

Office. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


John M. Harlan . . . 


R 


Associate Justice Su- 


■ 








preme Court, U. S. 


Washington D.C. 


Life. 






] U.S. Circuit Judges 






Horace H. Lurton 


D 


for 6th Circuit of 


Nashville, Tenn. 


Life. 


William R. Dav . . . 


R 


Ohio, Michigan, 


Canton, O 


Life. 


Henry F. Severens . 


D 


Kentucky and 
Tennessee 


Kalamazoo,Mich 


Life. 


Augustus J. Ricks . . 


R 


U. S. District Judge 
Northern District 










of Ohio 


Cleveland, O . . . . 


Life. 


Irvin Belford 


D 


Clerk Circuit Court 
N. D. O., Cleveland 










and Toledo 


Toledo, O 


Pleasure of Courts 


H. F. Carleton 


R 


Clerk District Court 


Cleveland, O.... 




John Van Nostrau . . 


D 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 










Court 


(< 




B. C. Miller 


R 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 










Crurt 


(1 




F. J. Denzler 


R 


Deputy Clerk Dis- 










trict Court 


« 




James W. Wilson. . . 


D 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 










and Dist. Courts . . 


Toledo, 




O.C. Beatty 


R 


Deputy Clerk Dis- 










trict Court 


It 

• ••■•• 





U. S. CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS. 



39 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR THE 
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO — Concluded. 



Name. 



o 
•X! 

• mm 

o 



Office. 



Residence. 



Term of office. 



John J. Sullivan 

Robert Tucker 

Prank M. Chandler. 

W. R. Hopkins 

E. A. Clobitz 

John J. Keeley 

B. J. Wajuner 

D. T. Winders 

J. J. Sullivan 

James Barnett 



R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
R 



U. S. Dist. Attorney 

Asst Dist. Attorney. 
U. S. Marshal N.D.O 
Chief Deputy. . . 
Office Deputy . . 

Office Deputy 

Office Deputy 

Field Deputy 

Jury Commissioner . 
Jury Commissioner . 



Cleveland, O.. 

Toledo, O 

Cleveland, O. . 



tt 



Toledo, O. . . . 
Findlay, O. . 
Cleveland, O.. 



It 



Four years. 



it 

it 



Pleasure MarshaL 



(* 



<< 



tt 



IC 



Court. 



The Circuit and District Courts for the Eastern Division of the Northern Dis- 
trict are held at Cleveland, on the first Tuesday in February, April and October. 

The Circuit and District Courts for the Western Division of the Northern 
District arc held at Toledo, on the first Tuesday in June and December. . 

The Northern District is, by law, divided into two divisions — the Eastern 
and Western — but having only one set of court officers, as above. The clerk and 
marshal of the court each has an office, and deputies in regular attendance, at 
both Cleveland and Toledo. The counties comprising the two divisions are as 
follows: 

COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 

Terms of Court held on the first Tuesday of February, April and October, at Clevt' 

landf Ohio. 



Ashland, 


Cuyahoga. 


Mahoning, 


Summit, 


Ashtabula, 


Geauga. 


Medina, 


Trumbull. 


Carroll, 


Holmes, 


Portage, 


Tuscarawas, 


Columbiana, 


Lake. 


Richland, 


Wayne. 


Crawford, 


Lorain. 


Stark. 





COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Terms of Court held on the first Tuesday of June and December, at United States 

Court Rooms, in United States Building, Toledo, Ohio. 



Allen, 


Hardin, 


Ottawa, 


Williams, 


Auglaize, 


Henry, 


Paulding, 


Wood. 


Defiance, 


Huron, 


Putnam. 


Wyandot 


Erie, 


Lucas, 


Sandusky, 




Fulton, 


Marion, 


Seneca, 




Hancock, 


Mercer, 


Van Wert, 





40 



REPORT* OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 



John M. Harlan — 



Horace H. Lurton . . 
William R. Day.. . 
Henry F. Severens. 

A. C. Thompson 

William E. Bundy . . 
Sherman McPherson 
Edward P. Moulinier 

Vivian J. Fagin 

Daniel Laurence . . . 
Morris H. Spillord. . 

Louis J. Hume 

Wm. J. Sanderson . . 

John Cochnower 

W. H. Roloson . . . . 

Albert Bauer 

W. T. Harness 

Geo. W. Hays 

James A. Cleaver . . . 
B. R. Cowen 



Robert C. Georgi . . . 
Janie W. Cowen . . . . 

C. P. White 

Henry C Umer.... 
E. L. Hinman 



o 



o 



Office. 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



R 



D 
R 
D 

R 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 



R 
R 
R 
D 
D 



Associate Justice Su- 
preme Court, U. S. 

' U. S. Circuit Judges 
6th Circuit— Ohio. 
Michigan, Ken- 
tucky and Ten 
nessee.' 

U. S. District Judge, 
Southern Dist O . . 

U.S. District Att*y.. 

Assistant 



Washingt*n,D,C. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Canton, O . . . 
Kalamazoo, 

Mich. 



Life 



i( 



t< 



t( 



U. S. Marshal. 
Chief Deputy, 
Deputy 



W • mJ . • • • • • • 

Resident Deputy 

Field Depu^ 

Court Crier 

Stenographer. 

Clerk United States 
Circuit and Dis- 
trict Courts 



Deputy Clerk, W. D. 



« 



II 



E. D. 
Jury Commissioner . 



Cincinnati, O 
Norwood, O 
Cincinnati . . 
Norwood, O 
Cincinnati, O 



ti 
ii 
<« 
i< 
11 

K 



Columbus, O 
Marietta, O. 
Cincinnati, O 



II 



II 
II 



. 



i< 
II 

II 

II 



Four years 



II 
II 



II 



Pleasure Marshal 
II i< 



K 
l< 
11 
<i 
l< 
« 



« 
l< 
<l 
« 
«C 
M 



Columbus, O 
Cincinnati, O 
Columbus, O 



Pleasure of Court 

Clerk 
« 



II 



Court 

H 



The Circuit and District Courts for the Eastern Division of the Southern 
District are held at Columbus, on the first Tuesday of June and December. 

The Circuit and District Courts for the Western Division of the Southern Dis- 
trict are held at Cincinnati, on the first Tuesday of February, April and October. 

The Southern District is, by law. divided into two division^ — the Eastern 
and Western — but having only one set of court officers, as above. The clerk 
and marshal of the court each has an office, and deputies in regular attendance, 
at both Columbus and Cincinnati. The counties comprising the two divisions 
are as follows: 

COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 

Tetfns of Court lield on the first Tuesday of June and December, at Colutnbus, Ohio. 



Athens, 


Guernsey, 


Madison, 


Pickaway, 


Belmont, 


Harrison, 


Meigs, 


Pike, 


Coshocton, 


Hocking, 


Monroe, 


Ross, 


Delaware, 


Jackson, 


Morgan, 


Union, 


Fairfield, 


Jefferson, 


Morrow, 


Vinton, 


Fayette, 


Knox, 


Muskingum, 


Washington. 


Franklin, 


Licking, 


Noble, 




Gallia, 


Logan, 


Perry, 





U. S. CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS. 



41 



COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Terms of Court held on the first Tuesday of February, April and October, at On- 

cinnati, Ohio. 



Adams, 


Clermont, 


Highland, 


Scioto. 


Brown, 


Clinton, 


Lawrence, 


Shelby, 


Butler, 


Darke, 


Miami, 


Warren. 


Champaign, 


Grccnr, 


Montgomery, 




Clark, 


Hamilton, 


Preble. 





U. S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Name. 




Ofl&ce. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


John M. Harlan 

HoraccL H. Lurton . . 


R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 

• • ■ 


Circuit Justice 

U.S. Circuit Judge.. 

«« 

41 

■ • 

Deputy Clerk 

Librarian 


Washingt'n.D.C, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Canton, O 

Kalaniazoo.Mich 

Cincinnati. O. . . 
ti 

■ ■ 


II 


William R. Day 

Henry F. Scverens . 
Prank O. Loveland. 

Boyd E. Dilley 

Caroline C. Collins.. 


i« 


II 

Pleasure of Court 
II «i 



The United States Marshal for the Southern District of Ohio performs the 
duties of marshal of the court. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit comprises Michigan. Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. 

Terms of Court: All sessions arc held at Cincinnati. 

The Court holds one regular term annually, beginning the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday in October, and known as the October Term. 

The Court holds three calendar sessions annually, beginning on the first Tues- 
day after the first Monday of the months of October, February and May. 

Adjourned sessions of the Court are also held on the first Tuesday after the 
first Monday of e^jch month in the year, except August and September. 



42 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. 



Full term of office, six years. 

James L. Price, Chief Justice, Lima, Ohio. 
Augustus N. Summers, Secretary, Springfield, Ohio. 



First Ciratit. 
Counties — Butler, Clermont, Clinton. Hamilton and Warren. 



Name. 


• 

■r. 


Residence. 


Term of office. 


Commenced. 


Expiwis. 


James M. Smith 

Peter F. Swing 

William S. GiflTen 


R 
R 
R 


Lebanon 

1 Cincinnati 

Hamilton. . . .. 


Feb. 9, 1895 
1897 
1899 


Feb. 8, 1901 

1 " 1903 

" 1905 



Second Circuit, 



Counties — Champaign, Clark, Darke, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Madison 
Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Shelby. 



Augustus N. Summers. 
Harrison Wilson . . 
Theodore Sullivan 



R 
R 
R 



Springfield 
Sidney . . . 
Troy . ... 



Feb. 9, 1895 
1897 
1899 



Feb. 8, 1901 
" 1903 
" 1905 



^ Third Circuit. 

Counties — Allen, Auglaize, Crawford, Defiance, Hancock, Hardin, Henry, 
Logan, Marion, Mercer, Paulding, Putnam, Seneca, Union, Van Wert and Wyandot. 



James L. Price. . . 
Caleb H. Norris . . . 
James H. Day 



R 
D 
D 



Lima ' Feb. 9, 1895 Feb. 8, 1901 

Marion " 1897 " 1903 



Celina 



It 



1899 



« 



1905 



Fourth Circuit. 

Counties — Adams, Athens, Brown. Gallia, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Law- 
relice, Meigs, Pickaway, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton and Washington. 



Daniel A. Russell 


R 
R 
R 


Ponieroy 

Marietta 

I ronton ... 


. . . Feb 


Hiram L. Siblev 


»t 


Thomas CherriiigwOn ^ . . 


i " 

• * • ■ -1 



9, 1895 Feb. 8, 1901 
1897 " 1903 

1899 I " 1905 



JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. 



43 



Fifth Circuit. 

Counties — Ashland, Coshocton. Delaware. Fairfield. Holmes, Knox, Licking, 
Morgan. Morrow, Muskingum, Perry. Richland. Stark. Tuscarawas and Wayne. 







Residence. 


Term of office. 


Name. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


John J. Adams 

Silas Marion Douglass. . . . 
Richard M. Voorhees 


R 
D 
D 


Zanesville 

Mansfield 

Coshocton 


Feb. 9, 1895 
1897 
1899 


Feb. 8, 1901 
" 1903 
" 1905 



Sixth Circuit. 
Counties — Erie, Fulton, Huron, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky', Williams and Wood 



♦Linn W. Hull 

George R. Haynes 
Robert S. Parker. 



• • • • 



R 
R 
R 



Sandusky 

Toledo 

Bowling Green . . . 



Oct. 10, 1899 
Feb. 9, 1897 
1899 



t( 



Feb. 8, 1901 
1903 
1905 






* vice Hdniuud B. King:, resigrncd. 



Seventh Circuit. 



C(7W«//>J — Ashtabula, Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Geauga, Guernsey, Har 
rison, Jefferson, Lake, Mahoning, Monroe, Noble, Portage and Trumbull. 



William H. Frazier... 
Jerome B. Burrows. . . . 
Peter A. Laubie 



R 
R 
R 



Caldwell . . . 
Painesville 
Salem . . . . 



Feb. 


9, 1895 


Feb. 8, 1901 


ti 


1897 


" 1903 


ti 


1899 


" 1905 



Eighth Circuit. 
Counties — Cuyahoga, Lorain, Medina and Summit. 



Ulysses H. Marvin 
Hugh J. Caldwell 
John C. Hale 



R 
R 
R 



Akron . . . . 
Cleveland 



t< 



Feb. 18, 1895 


Feb. 8, 1901 


" 9, 1897 


" 1903 


1899 


" 1905 



44 



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THE COURT OP INSOLVENCY, CINCINNATI. 



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Office. 



Aaron McNeil 

•Charles W. Rowland 
Philip P. Cosgrave 
N. J. Hirschfield 
Joseph Hanahan 
Robert G. Hill . 
Louis Meyer . . 
John J. Brady . . 
Earl West 



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Deputy Clerk 



Court Constable . 
Messenger 



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THE COURT OF INSOLVENCY, CLEVELAND. 



Name. 


Office. 


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Term of Office. 


Yrs. 


Expires. 


Joseph C. Bloch . . 
John A. Burke . . 
Frank F.Schwentner 

W. P. Costello 

Henry J. Samuels . . 
Charles Brenner 


Judge 

Chief Clerk 

Deputy Clerk 

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SUPERIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI. 



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Residence. 


Term of Office. 


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William H. Jackson . 
Edward J. Dempsey 

Rufus B. Smith 

Oeorge B. Harte — 
Louis N. Reif 


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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MEMBERS OF FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS: 



UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM OHIO. 



Senators. 


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Joseph B. Foraker 

Marcus A. Hanna 


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REPRESENTATIVES IN THE FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS FROM OHIO. 



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Politics. 



Residence. 



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Jacob H. Brorawell 

John L. Brenner 

Robert B. Gordon 

David Meekison 

Seth W. Brown 

Walter L. Weaver 

Archibald Lybrand 

James H. Southard 

Stephen Morgan 

Charles H. Grosvenor. ...... 

John J. Lentz 

James A. Norton . 

Winfield S. Kerr 

Henry Clay'Van Voorhis 

Joseph J. Gill 

John A. McDowell 

Robert W. Tayler 

Charles Dick 

Fremont O. Phillips 

Theodore E. Burton 



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St. Marys. 

Napoleon. 

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Delaware. 

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Oak Hill. 

Athens. 

Columbus. 

Tiffin. 

Mansfield. 

Zanesville. 

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Millersbturi^ 

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Cleveland. 



SEVENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



53 



SEVENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 1900-1901. 



MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. 

LiBUTBNANT-GOVERNOR AND PRESIDENT OP THE SENATE 

John A. Caldwell, Cincinnati. 



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-Carl L. Nippcrt 

Alfred M.Cohen 

■ Bmmonsi B. Stivers.... 
W. P. Roudebush. . . 

-Oscar Sheppard 

Thomas w. Merchant . 
Arthur W. Madden... 
Samuel L- Patterson. . . 

H. Petry liauna 

Samuel H. Bright 

Bdward U. Howard — 
Evan P. Middleton.... 

-George S. Long 

Warren G. Harding... 
William Lawrence — 
William M. Williams.. 

Joseph L. Myers 

J. Bdward Hurst 

Frank B. Archer 

George W. Wilhelm... 

Benjamin P.Wirt 

•George W. Sieber 

Fred C. Elmer 

Martin Dodge 

Charles D. Wightman . 

.John Mitchell 

John C. Royer 

William G. Brorein — 

'Geo. C. Dunham 

"Thomas J. Harbaugh. . 



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Hamilton ... 
Hamilton ... 

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Preble 

Payette 

Clinton 

Pike 

Gallia 

Hockinjg: 

Pranklin — 
Charauaigu . 

Miami 

Marion 

Muskingum 

Morrow 

Coshocton . . 
Tuscarawas . 

Belmont 

Stark 

Mahoning .. 

Summit 

Cuyahoga . . . 
Cuyahoga . . . 

Medina 

Ottawa 

Seneca 

Auglaize — 

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Putnam 



Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Vanceburg 

Batuvia 

West Alexandria . 
Washington, C.H 

Wilmington 

Waverly 

Oallipolis 

Logan 

Columbus 

Urbana 

Troy 

Marion 

Zanebville 

Mnrengo 

New Guilford... 
N'w Philadelphia 

Bellaire 

Justus 

YOU ngs town 

Akron 

Cleveland 

East Cleveland.. 

Medina 

Port Clinton 

Tiffin 

Buckland 

Toledo 

Kalida 



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Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-aKlaw. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-a t-la w. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney 8t whoMe grocer. 

-Retired travel'g salesman. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Insurance. 

Attorncy-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attx>rnfy-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Publishtr. 

Newspaper writer. 

Retired R. R. operator. 

Carpenter. 

Insurance and real estate. 

General contractor. 

Merchant. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Manufacturer. 

Real estate. 

Attorncy-at-law. 

Parmer and lumberer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Merchant and manuf 'ret. 

Oil producer. 

Minister. 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



NAMES OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



County. 




Postoffice Address. 



Occupation. 



Adams and Pike. 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 



Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont . . 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton . . 
Crawford — 



Cuyahoga 



Darke 

Defiance . 
Delaware . 

Eric 

Fairfield . 
Fayette . . 



Franklin 



Fulton . . . 
Gallia .. 
Geauga .. 
Greene . . 
Guernsey 



Hamilton 



Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison and Carroll. 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

I^ake and Geauga 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 



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Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion and Morrow.. 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 



Joseph D. Wilson 

Chas. H. Adkins 

Charles I. Goard 

W S. McKinnon 

Aaron H. Price 

Joseph B. Schmieder... 

Elihu B. Armstrong 

J. D. Garrison 

Wilson S. Warwick 

Bert S. Bartlow 

(See Harrison) 

Edwin Hagenbuch 

Stacy B. Rankin 

Galen L. Cline 

Ross E. Holaday 

Samuel Buell 

J. C. ^dams 

D. O. Castle 

Joseph H. Breck 

Harry C. Smith 

Thomas W. Roberts — 

Dayton W. Glenn 

Rvan H. Davis 

Harry A. rilden 

Peter A. Mackenzie — 

William G. Phare 

Clem. L. Brumbaugh.. 
John M. Ainsworth — 

Thomas R. Smith 

MaroJ. Love 

Robert H.Sharp 

Reuben Rankin 

Charles Merion, Jr 

Ele W. Tuller 

Perd. H. Hey wood 

Thomas H. Clark 

Charles L. Allen 

I. p. Chapman 

(See Lake) 

Horace Ankeney 

William L. Simpson. .. 

Charles L Swain 

William). O'Neil 

William Saffin.Jr 

Ernst H. Rothe 

Henry Hater 

♦Harry M. Hoffheimer. 
Nicholas Longworth.. 

Graham P. Hunt 

Geo.Kreis 

Frank W. Hendley 

Ralph D.Cole.... 

Frank B.Willis 

Samuel S. Hamill 

Theodore M. Gehrett. . 
N. P. Clyburn 

(See Vinton) 

David Collier 

George T. Thomas 

Lot Davies 

M.N.Duval 

Patrick A. Berry 

Arlington G. Reynolds 

Daniel B. Mauck 

William Bell. Jr 

Luther H. Pool 

Andrew G. Comings. . 

Charles P. Griffin 

George Demuth 

J. L. Haner 

Hugh A. Manchester 

William L. Raub 

tBdwin A. Clement. . . 

F. C. Russell 

Samuel V. Brown 

John A. McCurdy 

W.H. Booth 



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Cynthiana 

Lima 

Loudonville 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Minster 

Armstrong's Mills... 

Georgetown 

Hamilton *. 

Hamilton 

Urbana 

South Charleston. . . . 

Perintown 

Wilmington 

Salem 

Coshocton 

Gallon 

Newburgh 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Hicksville 

Delaware 

Blooaningville 

Sugar Grove 

Parrott 

Station C, Columbus 

Dublin 

Columbus 

Columbus 

Fayette 

GallipoHs 

Alpha 

Creighton 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 

Findlay 

Ada 

Conotton 

Deshler 

Greenfield 

Plimpton 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

.Fernwood 

Mt. Vernon 

Painesville 

Proctorville 

Newark 

De Graff. 

Oberliu 

Toledo 

Whitehouse..... .... 

London 

Canfield 

La Rue 

Brunswick 

Middleport 

Montezuma .. 

Troy 

Graysville 



Parmer. 

Attorn ey-at-law . 

Attorney-at-law. 

Machinist. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Insurance agent. 

Farmer. 

Law student. 

Commercial traveler. 

Student. 

Farmer. 

Banker. 

Physician. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Contractor. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Insurance agent. 

Farmer. 

Editor and publisher.. 

Engineer. 

Real estate dealer. 

Puddler. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Real estate dealer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

General' merchant. 

Farmer. 

Physician. 

Farm'randquarrym'» 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Merchant and farmer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Banker. 

Editor. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Attorney-at-law, 

Gen. Mgr. U.S. Invest- 

Moulder. [ment Co. 

Dentist. 

Shoe merchant. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Insurance and invest- 

Physician [ment. 

Clerk. 

Teacher. 

Farmer. 

Physician. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Grain dealer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Furnaceman. 

Teacher. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Merchant. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Farmer. 

Merchant. 

Real estate and fanner 

Postm'st'rand teachev 

Attorney-at-law. 

Banker and farmer. 

Farmer. 

Farmer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Teacher. 

Farmer. 

Merchant. 



♦ Resigned. Elected prosecuting attorney, 
t Deceased. 



SEVENTY-FOURTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



65 



NAMES OP REPRESENTATIVES — Concluded. 



County. 



Name. 






s. 



Posto£Bce Address. 



Occupation. 



Montgomery | 

Morgan ^ 

Morrow 

Muskingum | 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby .. 

SUrk -j 

Summit 

Trumbull 

TuKataw. { 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton and Hocking.. 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood I 

Wjrandot 



John C. Myers 

Charles R. Atherton.. 
Errett LePever 

(See Marion) 

Amos N. Gray 

Robert Silvey 

Chris McKee 

John H. Magee 

John D. Brown 

William B. Pinck, Jr.. 
Barzillai Adkins 

(See Adams) 
William H. Crafts.... 

Philip A. Say lor 

N. B. Koss 

Joseph M. Hunter . . . 

Robert L. Irvin 

Hal C. DeRan 

A. F McCormick 

Henri Melber 

Wm. E. Partington... 

Jacob B. Snyder 

R. A. Pollock 

Clark W. Metxger 

Charles P. Seese 

Thomss Kinsman . . . . 
Chas. J. McGlinchey.. . 

John T. Duff 

Francis T. Arthur 

Sumner K. Walters. . . 
Charles S. Rannells. . . 
William T. Whitacre. 

C.C. Middleswart 

Uriah F.Wells 

William M. Denman. . 
Franklin P. Riegle.... 

Clvde R. Painter 

William C. Gear 



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R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
R 
D 



Miamisburg 

Dayton 

Mountville 

Zanesville 

Zanesville 

Belle Valley 

Klmore 

Payne 

Somerset 

Deer Creek 

Mantua Station 

West Alexandria 

Gilboa 

Rives 

Frankfort 

Fremont 

Portsmouth 

Republic 

Plattsville 

Canton 

North I«awrence 

Richville 

Hudson 

Kinsman 

Mineral Point 

Newcomerstown 

Marysville 

Glenmore 

Zaleski 

Morrow 

Marietta 

Shrcve 

West y nity 

Hoytville 

Bowling Green 

Upper Sandusky.. .. 



(tor. 



Attomey-at-law. 
Metal polisher. 
Physician. 

Parmer. 

Merchant. 

Farmer and oil 

Banker and manaPr. 

Farmer. 

Attomey-at-law. 

Farmer. 

Bank' r and wool dcal'r 

Law stndent. 

Minister. 

Farmer. [breeder. 

Farmer and fine stock 

Attomey-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Attomey-at-law. 

Teacher. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Merchant. 

Teacher. 

S'per'tend't of scliooliu 

Farmer. 

Miner. 

Editor. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Farmer. 

Physician. 

Lumber dealer. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Stock dealer. 

Physician and banker. 

Teacher and farmer. 

Attomey-at-law. 

Civil engineer. 



RECAPITULATION. 
Senators — 

Republicans 19 

Democrats 11 

Independent Republican 1 

Total St 

Representatives — 

Republicans <S2 

Democrats 45 

Independent Republicans 8 

ToUl 110 



• ♦ 



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56 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE BOARD OP EQUALIZATION. 



Names. 


• 

«n 
o 

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R 
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D 
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R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 


District. 


County. 


P. O. Address. 


Occupation. 


Frederick J. Diem 

Henry Oskamp 

J. Gordon Taylor 

Robert P.Fisher 

Prank Hicks 


1st 

1st 

1st 

2nd-4th . . . 
2ud-4th . . . 

3rd 

5th-6th . . . 
6th-6th . . . 

7th 

8th 

9th-14th . . 

10th 

11th 

12th 

13th 

15th-16th . 
17th-28th . 
18th-19th . 
18th-19th . 
20th-22nd. 

2l8t 

33rd 

24th-26th .' 

25th 

25th 

27th-29lh . 

30th 

3l8t 

32nd .. .. 

23rd 

83rd 

Ex officio. 


Hamilton 

K 

II 

...» 

Brown 

Warren 

Montgomery. 

Greene 

Highland .... 

Scioto 

Lawrence 

Athens 

Franklin 

Madison 

Shelby 

Logan 

Licking 

Wayne 

Tuscarawas . . 

Monroe 

Jefferson 

Carroll 

Mahoning ... 
Lake 


Cincinnati 

it 

• • ■ • a a 

Decatur 

Edwardsville. ... 

Dayton 

Spring Valley . . . 

Hillsboro 

Portsmouth 

Ironton ■ 

R D.No.1. Athens. 

Harrisburg 

Bir Plain 


Wholesale paper dealer. 

Real esUte. 

White lead manufac- 

Farmer. [turer. 

Farmer. 


William W. Chapman. 

Joshua Barnett 

William H.Walker... 

, amcs Skelton 

\ ohn C.Snyder 

I. M. Patterson 

Frank A. Chenoweth. 

James A. Pringle 

C. F.Quellhorst 

Dennis Denny. 

Robert Leeding 

Michael J. Booth 

Georcre Crater 


Attor uey-at-law. 
Farmer. 
Miller. 
P*arnier. 

Hardware merchant. 
Farmer and farm imple- 
ment dealer. 
Retired merchant 
Farmer. 


Kettlersville 

Lewistown 

St. Louisville 

Shreve 

Canal Dover 

Miltonsburg 

Smithfiefd 

Augusta 


Farmer. 
Farmer. 
Retired farmer. 
Merchant. 
Farmer. 


C. E. Kettcrer 


Farmer. ■ 


Charles McKinney . . . 
William B. Crawford . . 


Horse Breeder. 
Farmer. 


North Newton 

T. G. Hart 


Boardman 

Mentor 

Cleveland . . 

It 

Whittlesey...... 

Fremont 


Farmer. 

Altorney-at-law. 

Attorney-at-law. 

Physician. 

.•surveyor and Farmer. 

Retired. 


Theo. M.Bates 

Georflre Stuart 


Cuyahoga — 

14 

• • • • 

Medina 

Sandusky . . . 

Crawford 

Mercer 

Lucas 

Fulton 

Noble 


A. D. Sheldon 

Toseoh Horn 


Stephen Waller 

Frank Westgerdes . . . 

Henry C. A. Ehlcrt 

John C. Rorick 

Walter D. Guilbert. . . 


Lyiceiis 

Maria Stein 

Toledo 


Farmer. 

Hardware merchant. 
Insurance and banking. 
Retired real estate deal- 


Wauseon 


Caldwell 


Auditor of State. [er. 







OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 



Office. 



Auditor of State ^x officio Member 

President 

President Pro Tem 

Clerk 

1st Asst. Clerk 

2nd Asst. Clerk 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

1st Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms 

2nd Asst. Sergeaut-atArms 

Porter 

1st Page 

2nd Page 



."JNamc. 



Walter D. Guilbert 

Theo. M. Bates 

T. G. Hart 

E. Howard Gilkey. 
R.Graham Rudd... 
Charles O. Silver... 
James W Ricker. . . 
R. E. Davidson.. . . . 

R. C. Ellsworth 

Charles Ruhrwein. 

Roy M. King 

Jacob Bader 



s 



o 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



P. O. Address. 



Columbus 

Cleveland 

Mentor 

Columbus 

Toledo 

Alliance 

Portsmouth 

Hillsboro 

Hudson 

Cincinnati 

Magnetic Springs 
Dayton 



County. 



Franklin. 

Cuyahoga. 

Lake. 

Franklin. 

Lucas. 

Stark. 

Scioto. 

Hignland. 

Summit. 

Hamilton. 

Union. 

Montgomery. 



Name of office 



Adomi Counly. 
PiobEIF Judge... 



ProtKui'g Alty. 



AllfH CuMntit 
ProlMie Judac. 
Audiior 






AihlBiia Count 
Probalt Judge. 



aak"!". 



COUNTV OFFICERS. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 



Naine of Officer. 



lamcK F. Curnrlm». 
S. A. MeCuimugh.. 

II. II. lUmn. Ir 

H. U. Cilfin, Jr 



J. \V. McKee. 
J. (1. Meli 

l. F. lIcLlpy... 

(;ec.rBe.J. (fill 



Nov. «, ISW. .. 



s 



C. Cronlfy 
..._Di M. Ship 
M. 3. Sullivan.. 
KIJ3« A. IlDRarT 
Klia, A. Iloaan 
ncoh C. Ki3eni 



.iKfllUHit, 

^mm Hv. 



Cloyd Manifield.. 
eharle. W. McCd. 
Charlei W. Mcfo. 
ChstlM T. Uaker. 
WillUm Shorirk . 
William NoMle .... 
tleor^e W. fi'.l.er... 
William Shidler 
C. A. I-everin?.. 
Ilcnj. K. I'aiillm. 
F, I.. N[cderhti« 
Irvin W. Tlir.tna 



Februirv t. linn 

e. ii">i 



John 
H»rw 



. Febniiry ft. 1(W, 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS — Continoed. 




At^labuta Coitnl 



.irAeni Oowitir 

Probate Judge... 
Audilor 



Auglalie Counlii. 
Probate Judge 
Audilor ....:, 



A, P. Laughlin.. 
Dwighl Crowell 
C. E. Harmon... 

J. S. llrown 

G. S. Harvey.. 



C. II. .Sareenl.. 
n. M, Parler..., 
Hiram E. Starke 
G. S. Hardy 



/. Jack so: 
..fJupler 



S. 11. Ilibbard.. 
D. A. R. McKin 
n. A. R. MeKin 



;>}'^^^^r:: 



)»eph j. Walter.. 

. A. Orphal 

■ muel Plummcr.. 



Jan., 

■8 

. Jan.. 



3d Mon. 



P. Unshlin appainled. 



Btlmont County. 
Probite Judgt... 



RKordcr .. 
Surreror .. 
a«rt 



BroKn County. 

Probale Judg.... 



fiurlrr County. 
Probate Judge... 



Tr»».urer 
Kecorder . 
Surveyor . 



iBHrmiry Dlr.. 
Coroner 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COUNTY OPPICBRS— Continuea. 



Ifiiiie of Officer. 



S(, Clatrtvtlle. 



H. E. Cam|ihell.. 
Uobcrl McCalh... 
Lee J, Kv=n. 



W, firhdl. 
W. Tarhell. 
e W, Mmit.; 



Dd. H. lonei.. 
lenry C <:r.y 

■ -I McLauKhlin, 



BeglDDlnf of Term. 



3d Mon. 



. PebmiTT e, mxi. 



. Fehru»ry 0, imxi. 
>' Sd Mon. in (lk 



Aug.. II 



•DcccMcd. John S. HcParliod *pi>olnttd. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued 




rt S, dark, deceased. 



COUNTV OFFICERS. 
COUNTY OPPICERS— Continnei 



Kamcot OBUe. 



tfame of OfBccr. 



BcK'nnlnK of Tcnn. 



Clermml Counly. 
Probate Judge , 



SuTvejror .. 
Cterk ....'.'. 
Sheriff":;!! 



e hxdg, 



Cafumlilaiia 
t'omilv. 

Probaie )ud»e.. 



O. P. Griffith 

O. P. Grillilh 

John W. Davi. 

H. P, Williami 

John Sullon 

W, H- Wood 

F. M. rursell 

John Suiton 

W. j! Allen!!!!!!!!!!! 

Kdward Stump 

E. H. Tliirty 

E, n M .. 

B:;; : 

■E. v. ■ . 

Willni^. l; .\ ■ 1 . 

Henrr i. ;-pi.J.i . . . . 

C. 11. .NTcLuIs 

C. B. Nleholi 

Utlo Haber 

Etisi Dumrord 

C. K Withim 

Danie! T. l>»-i> 

James Uillin 

ll'f[n.f«i«oi.. 

Jarvis S, KimlirotiHh 

William 'Hair.!!!!!! 

John i>. Whit* 

William Mill,, 



h _n. Moon... 
d t. Taylor!!! 



Jp»ph H. Frenc 

ChariM K^Sra^tl 
Charles K. SmitI 
Kd. M. Croiwf. 
Kd. M. CrosKr. 
I. r. Farmtr... 
CniMf Kvlly... 



John L. Straughn... 



Februatr 8. lan... 



lion H. Brooke!.. . I R 

. C. Hfop-1 1 R 

rraig n, Kilwn ...I R 
imes M, Meltride.. R 



d Henry C. Spiedel wu appointed. 



ProbjK Judgi 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 



^rateford Coiintv. 
Probate Judge 



SecordcT .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Surveyor '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

<:i*rk 

Sheriff 

PrOMCul'g^Attr.. 

|nfirni.ry Dir..!! 

Coroner '■':'■'■ 

Cu fahoga County. 
Probm Judge..-. 

i"lf^?or^'' °' .'":: 

CommiHiooer ... 

Treasurer 

Recorder .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Surveyor 

Clerk ....'.v.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Sbttiff ".'.','.'.','.'.'.'.'. 
Pro>ecui'R__Atly.. 

Solicitor '.'. 

Coroner .'i'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



Henry T. Cl«l 
A. C; Hedge.. 
T. H. Wheeler. 



Charles Kinninger.. 



Adam Pike 
J. 11. Zerb 

Philip Fab; 



lenry C. White 
oseoh C. liioch 
Villiam E. Oaii 

E. J. Kennedy.. 

"-orge A. Benn 
1. McKenny. 



n J. Dafcer.. 

T, Vai)'.""' 

\V. H. Coaler 

+.X, StrimHe.- 



Bnd of Term. 



February B, 189J... 



COUNTY OFFICEKS. 
COUNTY OPPICBRS— ContiDoed. 



Darke Comnty. 
Probil* Judge 

Auditor 

Tr*»»ut*T 

RKOider 

Survcror 

Clerk 

Shcilll 

ProKcal'g Aitf.. 

lofirtngrjf Dif.... 

DrfitHtt CouHly. 
FrolMIc Judic... 

Auditor .....■.:;:: 
survtTot :;;'.:"■.: 

Oirk 

Sheriff":':!"!!;" 

Proftecut'g Atly^- 
1o6linarT Dir.... 

DelatBart Counlp, 
Probate Judge.... 
Auditor 

Treaium- 

Recorder .!!!!!!!! 

dSr.". !!!!!!!!! 

Sheriff"!!!!!!!!!!! 

Proiecut'g Atty.. 
InfirmepF" D>r.'.. 



Name of Ofllcer. 



lieorge A, lobe. 
Gturgc W. k^ik 
John H. Nuggl.. 
Jieob Zichitui . 
Geo. E. Niiwons. 



A. L. CLifk 
John Slud.1i 
1i»r»M Hill 



<iea. F. Hcnnii 
Chiriei Behrinj 
John Wi*d> . 
t. W. Kero. 



Wm, A. S-hm«lt; 
John P. EiKr... 
TlTTi. T. Anfberrj 
Tim. T. Atiiberr, 
Ulrich Rill 



W. Wilio. 
. W. Bmiih. 
M. Ilrown. 



Driaieart. 

. P. Prr<hw>Ic> 



BegloDliiKof Term. 



Febnury S, 1807... 



February B. 11 

3d Mon, in 



February fl. 1897... 

Mon. in net,*.'-.. , 



deOTRE W, Tricv 
Joiepn R. Andrr«-i 
John B. T.eajH, , 
Newton M. Sllllrr 
Barton P. lIcni.iTi . 
Ucob M. SrtinlTTir. 
tieome Coynf-r 
John L.nc. S. 
*Tliompiion (.l^rV 
Chai. N, mv.„fr 

^^j^pouidl' ::. 

Jdward Welsh appolnUd. 



1s( Mon. in Sept.. II 
Aug., 11 
•' Jan.. ISM 



64 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 



Name of Office. 



Name of Officer. 



u 



o 

04 



Beginning of Term. 



Bnd of Term. 



Erie County. 
Probalc Judge.... 

.... 

Auditor 

Commissioner ... 

4< 

a • . 
41 

... 
(I 

... 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Surveyor 

Clerk ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
It 

Sheriff' 

I'rosccut'g Atty.. 
Infirmary Dir 

• • ■ • 

• • • • 

• • • • 

Coroner 

4< 

Fairfield County. 
Probate Judge 



.Auditor 

Commissioner 






Treasurer 
It 

Recorder 

• 4 

Surveyor 
Clerk .... 



Sheriff 

Prosecut'g Atty.. 
(t (t 

Infirmary Dir.... 

• 4 

. . . . 
44 

. . » 

• « 

. ■ « 

Coroner 



Fayette County. 
Probate Judge 

(< (4 

.... 

Auditor 

Commissioner ... 



Treasurer 
<< 

Recorder 



Sandusky. ■ 

Lewis H. Goodwin..] R 

U. r. Curran R 

John R. Gallagher...' D 
John R. Gallagher... 
Clark L. Halhday... 

C. L. House 

Henry P. Breining.. 

Charles A. Peak 

Gustavus Graham . . 
Cornel. A. Nielsen.. 
Chas. G. Schippel... 
.Albert W. Judson... 
Albert \V, Jjudson . . . 
Frank M. Hughes... 

J. F. Hcrtlein 

Jay J. Perry 

John Ray, Jr 

George T. Lehrcr... 

T. J. Neil 

Horatio N. Schoff... 
CJeorgc T. Lehrer... 

F. F. Lehman 

F. F. Lehman 



Lancaster. 

Geo. Cunningham. 

A. B. Kiefaber 

Ad. H. (iinder 



A. J. Arnold 

Nicnolas Stuckcy . . . 
T. Shallenberger . . . 

Jacob Simon 

George H. Miller 

George H. Miller.... 
Frank W. Wright... 

James C. Mock 

Allen E. Bretz 

Clay H. Shaw 

William L Fritz 

Toseph W. Stewart.. 
W. T. McClenaghan 
W. T, McClenaghan 
Benjamin F. Haas... 

Manasseh Glick 

Wash. Wyman 

Benjamin F. Haas.. 
Samuel Cly 



(« 



Surveyor 
Clerk ... 



Sheriff 

Prosecut'g Atty.. 

44 44 

Infirmary Dir.... 
<< 

• • . . 

.... 

44 

.... 

Coroner 



Washington C. H. 

D. I. Worthington. 
J. L. Zimmerman.. 
John Craig 

E. E. Cockerill 

J^. B. Hall 

E. L. Janes 

Robert Vincent 

S. S. Cockerill , 

S. S. Cockerill 

Terome A. Dick 

Jerome A. Dick 

T). R. Jacobs 

O. D. Smith 

O. D. Smith 

S. O. Wilson 

C. A. Reid 

C. A. Reid 

G. M. Eichelberger. 

Milo Rockwell 

S. W. Zimmerman... 
G. M. Eichelberger. . 
E. M. Boggess 



D 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



February D, 1897... 

9, lUOO... 

3d Mon. in Oct., 

44 4. 

Sept., 



Ist 





44 




44 


t( 


44 




44 




44 




14 




44 




Aug., 

• • 




Jan., 

44 




4t 




44 




(< 




44 




4( 




44 



1897 
1900 
1897 
181« 
1899 
IIWO 
1898 
IJOO 
1898 
1897 
ISKK) 
1897 
1900 
181>9 
1898 
1897 
1898 
1899 

irjoo 

1898 
1900 



November 9, 
February 9, 
3d Mon. in 



1st 



1899... 

1900... 

Oct., 

Sept., 



44 
44 



44 
44 



February 25, 
1st Mon. in 



18<)8 
1897 
1898 
1899 
IfKK) 
1898 
IWO 
1897 
1900 
1898 



February 9, 1900. 
9, 1903. 
3d Mon. in' Oct., 

44 44 



1st 



4< 
44 
44 
4< 
<« 
4« 
(4 
• 4 
(< 
44 
4< 
44 
4< 
44 
4( 
44 
44 



4« 
<< 
<4 
<< 
<< 
4( 
<< 



Aug., 

44 

Jan., 



1900* 

1903 

1900 

1901 

1902- 

1903 

1900 

190e 

1901 

1900 

1903 

1900< 

190S 

1901 

1901 

1900 

1901 

190* 

1903 

190a 

1902 



1899... 

Aug., 

Jan.. 



*t 
«« 

14 
<l 



44 
44 
44 
44 
44 



1900 
1899 
1897 
1900 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1899 



March 9. 


1899 




February 
3d Mon. 


9. 1900 




in Oct., 


1898 


44 

* 
44 


Sept., 


1897 
1898 


44 


44 


1899 


44 


44 


1900 


1st 


44 


1898 


14 


44 


1900 


«< 


.4 


1897 


41 


44 


1900 


<< 


44 


1899 


«« 


Aug., 


1897 


44 


«• 


1900 


«< 


Jan., 


1899 


<< 


44 


1897 


44 


44 


1900 


« 


44 


1897 


«« 


<4 


1898 


<< 


44 


1899 


<< 


44 


1900 


i* 


44 


1899 



February 9, 1900. 
903. 
Oc 
Sept., 



9, 1903. 
3d Mon. in Oct., 

44 



1st 



44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
<« 
• < 
4< 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 



44 
44 
44 
44 
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Aug., 

44 

Jan.. 



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44 
44 
44 
4« 
44 
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1901 

1900- 

1901 

190e 

190S 

1900^ 

i9oe 

1900 

1908 

1901 

1900- 

1903 

IflOl 

1900 

1903 

1900 

1901 

i9oe- 

1903 
1901 



February 9. 1900. 



3d 



9, 1908. 



1st 



fon. 


in Oct., 


1901 


44 
44 


Sept. , 


1900- 
1901 


t« 


4< 


1902- 


44 


44 


1908 


44 


(( 


1900 


t< 


4« 


190e^ 


44 


4« 


1900 


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«« 


19QB 


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«< 


Aug., 


lOOO 


<« 


44 


190S 


«« 


Jan., 


1901 


« 


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1900 


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«« 


1908 


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44 


(4 


1901 


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190K 


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1908: 


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IfOT 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



66 



COUNTY ;OPFlCBRS-- Cootinned. 




Franklin County. 

Probate lodge..,. 

. . • •* 
Auditor 

Commissioner . . . 

4( 

... 
<t 

... 
<4 

... 

Treasurer 

"Recorder 

Surveyor 

Clerk 

it 

Sheriff i!!!!!!!!!! 

Prosecut'g Atty.. 
<< «• 

« • 

Infirmary Dir.... 



Coroner 



Fulton County. 
Probate Judge 

, Auditor 

'Commissioner . . . 
(I 

. • . 

■ • • . 

• • . 

Treasurer 

(< 

Recorder 

<• 

I 

Surveyor 

Clerk 

SheriiT • 

Prosecut'g Atty.. 
Infirmary Dir.... 

• . . . 

. . . . 
(t 

. . . . 

Cproner 

Gnllia County. 
Probate Judge.... 

<4 << , 

a • . a 

Auditor 

Commissioner . . . 
«i 

... 
•< 

It 

Treasurer 

•• 

Recorder 

S««rv?yor 

rierk 

Sheriff 

Pros«-cut'g Atty.. 

1 mary Dir.... 
«< 

.... 
<< 

. . • « 

Coroner 



Columbia. 

Tod B. Galloway.... 
Tod R. Cialloway.... 

W. H. Halliday 

Kwing Jones 

William Pinney 

J. Nick Ackerman.. 
Zeloria E. Amiin.... 

William Pinney 

Nelson A. Sims 

Neville Williams .... 

Henry Maetzel 

Chas. F. Galloway... 
J no. W. McCafferty. 
Wheeler T. Young... 
Charles A. Pearce... 

.•\. L. Thurman 

Kdw. L. Taylor. Jr.. 

John F.^ Mcdbery 

wash. S. Johnston.. 

Morton Hayes 

John B. McKinley... 
J. W. Birmingham.. 



WauHeon. 



Thomas F. Ham... 
Kdw. E. Williams. 
Harrison W. Ely.. 
Leander Buxton... 
William A. Fenton 
Tames K. Campbell 
t.eandcr Buxton . . 



James 
lames 
llcnrv 
Henry 
Frank 
Hollis 
Frank 
Jas. I 



F 

F. 

K. 

!•:. 

H. 

S. 

w 



(•rove. .. 

<ir<)ve. . . 
Prentiss 
Prentiss 

Keighard 

Bassctt. . 

Wood 



Shinnberge 

\Villiam H. Fuller 
Orra M. Brailey.. 
A. R. Schaeffer... 
Luther Shndle ... 
Orra M. Brailey.. 
Hal. M. Parker... 



r/ 



OnlHpoHn. 

Jasper C. Ingels.... 
Jasper C. Ingels.... 
JamcK T. Hanson... 
Charles D. Bailey... 

F. M. Blazer 

Isaac N. Mauck 

Alfred Wilcox 

Henry W. Rcsener.. 

John .X. Plymale 

Klza Dickey 

Klza Dickey 

M. F. Leonard 

Tohn H. Ewing 

Tames W. Stone 

Wm. L. McDaniel.. 

R. M. Switzer 

Tohn H. Thomas.... 
Toscph B. Johnston. 

^ corgc W. Eagle 

('ornelius C. Neal... 
Toseph B John^ron. 
John S. Cherrington. 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COtJNTV OFFICERS — Continnei 



BeEinnlnK of Ttm. 



Oeauga Counlg. 



Co 


^.iV.,r::: 


Tr 


asuret '.V. 


R,«„d„ ::■;■■:: 






Ul 


rk 


Sh 





Oreeae Counin. 
ProlMte Judge... 



3icph N. Dean,. 
UMph N. Umn.. 
ohr H. Mcl'her 



OmriMcy Coaaig. 

Probaie J|udge..., 



lame! A. Wevtr.,, 

\ValMn H. d^rcBg. 
William P. DcHail 



nilis V. Wfbster. 






I 3il Mon. in Oct.. IBOi 



February », ISOT.. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

COUNTY OFFICERS ~ Continued, " 



ofOSce. NiijeofOffice 



-Oamlltim Countr. 
Probsic :ru>i8e.... Ho 



BejinniDB of Term. 



February ». IWT.. 



Con 


=.i;L-::; 


Tre 


tutet 






orriet 








s;:.- 


m . 




Soi 


itor 




InC 


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[Jir,... 




■■ 




//OBTOrt 


.'aUNf«. 



Juliu. Eiigclki- . 
tiicirai W*h»r .. 
Uw. A. SchncKl^ 



\V»m. L. Jonc... 
lobn W. TidlMll... 
Sim. W. tlnrnbroi 



Schwab .. 



/InriffH Cmnlir. 
I'.ohaMj,,dg«... 
AlKlitor 



Jacob Sftlchf II .. 
Itilph F~ Krakc. 



•jobn 1. Wood 

A1«. R. Tavlor 

Tames L. Moore.-.. 
Tnmtj L. Moor*.... 
Lincoln A. Aniley.. 

Caroy J. Griffith 

Thoinit C. Mahun.. 
Tbom« C. Mahon.. 

T. M. Finch 

Joel n. FrKy I 

William Slrahm ,...' 

Tooas J. Foil ' 

tlurbt I.. Johnson.,] 



. February 9, iwn. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COOMTY OFFICERS — Continued. 



Hatae of OSce. 



ttame of Offlcer. 



BcxinnlDC of Term. 



Barriaon Oounly. 
Probate Judge 

Commiisioner ■■■ 

Reiorder .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Survfyor 

Qetk 

SheriR ' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Infirmary Dir..!: 

Coronir '.'.'.'. 

Httiry Counlir. 
Probate Judge — 

Auditor '.'.'.'. 

Cormniui'Dnn"!!: 

Treaaurrr '". 

Recorder .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Surveyor 

Qerk 

Sheriff""!!;"::: 

Pro»cui'g Ally.. 
Infirn1.ry Dir.... 

Coroner !'.!'. 

Blghland County. 
Pr.l«.e Judgi 



Tceasurer 

Rctorder .!:!;!!! 

Clerk ...:!!!!!!! 

Sheriff 

Pro SMUt'g] Ally! 
Infirmary Dir.., 



o»ph J. ! 
os^ph % ! 



I P. Worslel 
A. Pitlis.... 



XiirslisFn Fi.'Smilh, 

SapoUao. 

John V. Cuff 

Jimeo Donovan 

IJavid F. Coc 

David K. Cue 

Matthias Heiier, Sr. 

Henry Eggers 

(itorge iCeeletle .... 

Henry Rohrs 

Henry C. Bursoo... 
Henry C. Burson... 

(ieotge F, Hays 

Charles N. Schwab.. 

1>0'» Hrttt 

Dow Breti 

>rank W. Reiicr.... 

H. R. DitlTuer 

Henry F, Gerkcn.... 

■R. A. Brown 

Benton Zollara 



1 B. Biti 



er H. Hughe 
er H. Hughe 
rge W. Shaffer 
Ten H. Morro, 



W. C. Me Cop 



s.'"KS,: 



JohnBer 
Wesley C 



Thos. W. Roberds 



February *, HOT... 



February ( 

3d Mon. 



Fehruary t). ISST.. 

e. moo.. 

Sd Mon. in Ocl 



February 9, ItOO. 

3d Mon, in Oct., I 

:: "!!>■ 1 



COUNTY OFFICEB5. 
COUNTY OFFICERS -CoDtinued 




REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 

Btgiaoiag oT Ten 



JackioH Coital, 

Aiidllor ; 



. Ffbruary 9, IMO. 



. Carj A. Anhiir 
. AndenoB Skino 
. AndcitKin Skinn 
.! William Ttinm.:- 

!' GtoiKC T. \<--' 
. EdBjr T. E,.„i 
. A. P, Dr.k-. 

Albert E. U,'l 



Jtffermn Cuaalii 
Trobaie Judge... 



rebruaiT 0. 1000. 
f>. IMS. 
I I 3A Mon. in Oct. 



.: Baxter CiinninBhair 
. Andrew J. .\..Tl.... 
., Itoliert K. HIinn..., 



Knox Count n, 
Probalc Judge. 



I'uTiu. b; smM.'.";., .. 

:oIun>tiua EwBlt I n 

robo C. tltmmoad.J R 

r. F. Ward I F 

rsme, W. Coe ! T 

leorge Srbiirti B 

lohn J. Scribner I E 

try A. Arthur nppoialed. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COONTY OFFICERS— Continued. 







8 










Name ol Office. 


Name of Officer. 


1 




° 


End of Term, 




l^ke Cmuitg. 


Pataeacilh. 












Probate Judie..,. 


C D. Clark 


r 

R 






I,""Z.\t;„.. 






:. D. Oark !!!. 






Auditor 




Sd Mon. in (.)et. 








"raHk r"&r!!!!!! 


R 






Sfpi.: 


























\m 




!'i" ■ ' 1. !'!:!| R 












, *V !■ . , . K 




iwn 






Recorder 
































R 
















!! '^"*- 




;; Aug.. 






h! Trank Croioot!!!! 








Sheriff"!!!!!!;!!!! 


SuUon Si. jihii 




Jan. 








Prowcufg Ally.. 














Infirmary Dir.... 


I.ei.i> [.. Morris 

D^ivid La- 

Uwis 1,. Morris.... 


S 




!«« 




MO" 


Coroner 


.V (J. Phillip, 




" 


IBW 


.. 


IWl 


iMwrran Countg. 


/ro»(OB. 












Probate Judge — 


UmcK C, Ru»i.ell..,, 




February 0, ISM.. 




February 9. IBOn. 




Auditdr !!!! 


liTr^ r! rtr'l.»n"!!!! 




Sd Mon. "in^'^'c.'. 






90Z 


CommiMioner ... 


jas.rKS'."'::; 

jS-fvis'! 




:: «'.P'- 


1*,« 


' ;: ■ Sep,!! 


















V- 11. Kcvrt...i. Ir... 












Rccnrdet .!!!!!!!! 


Klliott \V. LaiuNert. 












^'^f*'"' ■■•■ 


Jame* T. Kcmon... 
(■h.irle» v.- Ilifmur.. 




:: !! 


{"^Z 


;: !! 


'B.'t 


Clerk ....!!!!!!!!! 


Edgnr T. Kelchet. ... 
I-:dHat T, nclchcr,,., 
r. ». Duvtl 




:; ■■^iiB- 


yim 


;; Aiin.. 


■«f 


Sheriff':.'::!!::!!! 




;; Jan. 




!! -'","■■ 






I. R, n.m-1 








.'. '.'. 


■«• 


Prosrcut'fc Ally. . 


sfe?S:iK-; 




!! !! 


ivn 






Infirniary Dir.,!! 












John M.ivl,rrr> 














Absalom .\ S..«.nrl. 














Samn.l K, l.jiynf,... 












Coroner !!!! 


N, K. Mo-;lfy 














Owen Kllifiri ... , K 


" 








LlfkiHB CoHXlu. 


.V.-.r„rt. ] 










Prolwtf Judge.... 


\Valdo T.nvlor 




.Vovember 11 l..^ 




Prbrii.iry n. v.":. 




AuHilor !!!! 


.\rll'o'ny''i<."'E'ii«r!! 




^d""!;foi\T;.., 


i-'r. 


M '\li.n ''in'"Mct 


1l-> 


Commi«loo«r ... 


Willinm F, HoH.,n,. 
n.-ivid' IJ._ [•ife 

\\\]\h'm 'r'UXii',!! 


i 


:: ^•;!"- 


i;;-:; 


:: ' ^':!"-' 


;i 


Treasurer !!! 


1 T; £K:::::;:::: 




^" ." !! 


I'^hI 


''■ .■' !! 


'!'» 




jamc W. UiitlrdiTv. 












Surveyor !:!!!!!!! 


l-red S. Culb.y.... . 












Gerk 


<>, C. I.=ri,c.r 




AUR. 








Sheriff 






;; jaS. 




Jan!! 




ProKi:ut'g^_Ally.. 


Thm?3"- \V. l''hilli">;! 
Thc.m,-,s W. Ptiillips. 


» 




\m) 




■"! 


Infirmarj Dir..!! 


Ree» H.,Ji.ne.,-..,, 
"limci KMm'in""!!!! 


D 

D 


;: " ;: 


mn 


'.'. '.'. 


i»K 




CharJe- P, l[o»ard.. 


n 










Coroner 




u 




ifm 







^ 



RBFORT tjy Secretary Of state. 
COUNTY OPPICBRS— Oontinned. 



Naraeot once. 



If soK of Olllcerl 



'Bcglnnlds of TcFin. 



Auditor 

CommlMioncr • ■ 

'Tnaiuccr 

Sorrcror 

Ctok ....'.'.'.'.'.v.', 

PrOMCUl'g AtljF. 
Infirmarir Dir... 

Lorain Cotmlf. 

Ftobtte Judse... 

Auditor ill 

CommiMioner • . 

Trtaturei 

R«order 

Sheriff' ■.■.■,■.■'.'.■.'" 
Prostcol'B Alty. 

Infirmity Dir..l 

lMca$ Oounlf. 
Probaie Judge... 

Auditor ;." 

Commiitioaet . • 



Tteasurer 

Recorder .. 
Sarreyor .. 
Clerk 

Sheriff".','.'. 



BelletoHtalite. 

J. D. MeLaughltn.. 
J. D. MtLioirhlin.. 
>ronk E. Mimgin.. 

jShn c.*'B?omi::;;: 

T»me> K. Elder 

nitwit Vf. Norriel.. 

Oren Otiflvid 

lOKph Swiiher .... 
toaeph Swiiher .... 
Witbur A Gino,... 
lame, Wonderi'.... 
Wilier S. Roebuck. 
Walter S. Roebuck. 



J, W. Yoi 



BltHa. 

Edgar n. llmman. 
Edgar II. Hinrian. 
C.eorge II. Lewis... 
Fredecick E. liriflin 

Horace Durkee .... 
i.me. M. -Jayco).... 

b. F. Carter. 

Horace J. Cahooo.. 
E. S. Jackson. Jr.,, 
C. G. Waihburn.... 
C. G. Washburn..,, 

W. H. Wurden 

Pred P. Thomas,... 

Lee Stroup 

Pmok It, Snel! 

Man:enc B. Peabody 

Raniom'E, Bram'i 
Irwin I. Millard.. 



John B. Wrighl., 
Oscar M. Boyer,. 
Henry Conrad ... 
Joiepli L. Yoal... 
Joseph L. Yoat... 



FebniiT)' B, 1 
td Moti. in 



Febroiry B, 1 

0, 1 

Id Mod. in 



Februiiy 0, 1897... 



, m Oct. 

4". 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COUmr OPPICBRS— CoBtiDued. 



Name ol Oflee. 



Beglnnlas of Term. . 



MadttoH Ooaitty. 
Frobate Judct.... 

tnttuia 

Racorder .'.".'.'.'.'.'. 

■ajTk '!"..*.'.'.*-'.'.'..! 

Coroner 

UahOHlnff Counlii. 
Probate Judge — 

Reader 

Sorreyor 

<:iMk 

Shttilf" '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
ProMcul'g_ Atlr.. 

Jnfirmiry Dil..'.'. 

Coroner 

Jfarlon Coanty. 
Ptobile Judge.... 



•Corwin Locke ... 
loho U. Bo»t.... 
bunon A- T,vl<.r, 
Jin>» U. Anderx" 
Chitlei G. Mvklcy 






1. M. MonlBomi 
in K. Rulirinxn 
Howinl KdwB.< 



Arthur W" bTv: 



Febrauy ( 
M Mon. 



eiigned. William Thlbant appoinled. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

COUNTY OFFICERS -Continoei 












W.rr^ 


Couut-I. 


Prolmlo 


JiidBf....j 










C«mmi 


„on.r ... 


Trca..,r 








•' _^- 





ProsKi 


■g„Alty:. 


I.fin™ 


y Dir.... 







[■. C. O. Miller 

V. v.. O. Miller 

I'linrlm A. Klocb... 
^harlCH A. Klorl)... 

iohn w.'K»"fi!?::::li 

:iiui. RnllrTiliacher..' T 

Cliarir? I. Fox ' 

■ W. Pi-hhangh.. 

JSJ:^.: 

rick F-Kmre 
rick K Krnnt 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 



Name of office. 



Besinoinsof T<ri 



Ulan I Cuuntif. 



R I Ftbruary 
ltd .Mnn 



Tteasurer 

Recordrr 

hak'?^.. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

I'rawcut'K Atty. 
InGnnar; Dir — 






Fr,nnk PI. S, 
'nnk K. ■ 
. Ilarri-u. 



Sherif; 

PfiMctlll'B .\«) 
InArmary I^r.. 



W. \\.^ (;ii--rnk-TTi|, 

int,.i."\vir'ii'""..::,:i n 

\Vilhani ArtiTmai..! [> 
Mirliii,! Uii.-llw, ■ " 

Jp.^.'rt,- .(."Kc'liar! 



.VmilgaiHTir 
Frobate Judge.. 



il;!^i.i'A^F>'.'".''.'":;:l S 
T'"?-" ■{te:-t-^^l;::;;.;IJ 

R«ord»r CharW H rhrk ...| H 

Suf**yor ; JM-r" K ,*}!,'." 'I.. r' K 



'IP'- };^ 



■REPORT OfrSECRETARY OP STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continned. 



Name of OtGcrr. 



Uorgan Counlg. 

Probite Judre....; Edwin A.. KinnrdT. 

•■ '" ■ .... John 0. Lyne....... 

Auditor Lcwii F. PaisoDi... 



Pmseeurj Any. 



Mlorraw Couatv. 
Prol).le Judge,.. 



ProMTUiV Ally. 



Thomiia G. Hirmer 
Simuel M. Gillespie 
Wm. F. LighihiHr. 
John D. Barkhurti. 
Jos. W. McKibbcn. 
Jqs. W. McKibbin. 
'John D. D»vis 

Geo. O. McGoniEic 



In C. Ftumn 
Meliin R. D. 
Levi L. Pltti 



Cirp. D. Smiley... 
Sim. A. Bith»rd.oi 

John W. HofI 

r)ini«l S. Honklns 

Melvi™ M.' Iden"' 
FLelchcr A. DeWit 
CeorgeJ. Voung.. 



David H. Lini 
Uudd Bake!! . 
Prank Purintei 
Cslvin H. Woi 
Torlioo Peek.. 



orat H. Ha], 
_.jDde Thompi 
E. Clyde Sherm 



Jamea I.. Slirltey.... R 3d .Mon. 

tranlt B. Fel!........l D i 

FLnlev M. Fleming. ' " 

Praui! B. FeiV."'^:; 
John K. Wrndell... 

KlMtlo'od H^Klng! 

jjm«"ii. cario-;:;: 

tfls. B. Alexander... 
Ceo. K. Browning. 

C. C. Lemert 

Thomas '!'"'■'■ 
Chatleu 



.. R 
...I R 



,lJ..Ev, 



•.Seilgiied. Prank .B..SmJ 111 appointed. 



COUNtY OPFICEKS. 
COTWry OPFICERS— ConHMrf. 



Name or OBeer. 



BtflBnldK at Term. 



Soblt County. 
Probite Judge... 



Bccorder ... 



Ollawa Coumlif. 
Probate }Mdgr... 



Paulding Counlif. 



Proieeul'd Atty. 



W. Wheil«,.. 



n, F, Handler. 



I.. W. I'almrr 
1>. N. Ilrown, 
j. W, Huby . 



1.B« t Si. 

MichMl CrN 
Jobn McKcn 






Frank L. lUrrii.. 



iTf 



lacobi n 

K. 1-rirf n 

h R. WcIblt...J K 



I'. F. H»rrl» 

David Filley .... 
W. ;.John«n,.. 

jnhn C. C'niiplan 



Irnry R 
r. \V. I 



....I <l. E. Win. 
....■ R. r.. Zimn 
.... Iciho W, \1 



February V. 1900. 

a, IMS. 

Bd Mon. in Oct 



February 9. IHOO. 
0. IWIS. 
3.1 Mon. in Oct., 

;: 4'- 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OPFICERS — Contioned. 



~ 


.V«me of Officer. 


5 

I 


BeginniDK Of Terra- 


End of Term. 


I'crru Couni*. 
Prol),ile Judge 


Sevi Leiington. 
Marlin \\. Wolfe.... 

Samuel W.,*^PasVo;: 

{Jl&\^re'i'.:::::; 


u 

D 












ad .Mon. in Oct.. \m 

■■ v.wa 

:: Sept.. isw 

■■ 1 -■ ISB9 

February 0, ISflT 

3d Mtn. in "iJcl'.ViBin' 

;; Sept.. j^ 

■■ 1SS9 






• • 




Commissioner .. 


^■''■S 


Treasurer l! 


ti l^fei^n;- 


1900 
IBM 
















Clerk 


: w: MCniK""m'rl':. 

Jscoh (J. Sinl[-niJih. 

CJrrlcPillF. 

Atmo r: Van CkaL 
Benjamin R Yates 

roiia'Mtciadj'?!: : : : 

&«:!.",■■::; 

Geo. B. Thompson.. 
Geo. I). Thompson.. 




t 


Aug.. 1900 


Infirmary Dir..'.' 




Pirtawoi, Counti, 
Proba.c Judge.... 

Commissioner":: 

Tteasurw 


1* 

S 

§ 

1 
B 

S 
1 

R 
S 


'■ i«os 

February 0, 1900. 

.d M„..'i,"?k..«. 
1«B 

:: Sept., «o 

MS 

«B 
1si ■■ " noi 












:: T S 




Pros«ul'g_ Ally.. 
Infirmary Dir..:: 


Chris.^H an await :::: 
Robert H, Trimble,. 
W Vemor Grant... 
Mack A. Lanum 

Lewis C. Dill 

Lewis r,. Dill 

I'hilio P. Hammon.. 


:: T" ^ 


Piie Caanip. 

Prol.ale];udge.... 








3d Mon. in Oct.. 1»» 

1! :: ^'^ 

1' innn 
■| Aim.. IW 






;; Sent-, inoo 


■lohn W, Stephenson 
ji'^tifN^t.^"'"- 


£^;;:::::::: 


ames^W:^i;oBan.,:: 
George O. Slewart.. 


!'. ;■. '^ 




■:i R 
n^riU'tr wiiiVi^n::! R 












Proi.«urg_^Atty.. 
Infirmary Dir..:; 




Isl Mon. in Jan.. WPO 





, Wellington Stert appointed. 



ParlBfff CouHti 
Probale Judgc- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 79 

COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued 

BeKiDdlOK of Ten 



[■:. j. Smith... 
K. ^1. Ki.k.. 
N. If. M.TW.11 
S. \V, Sht[«ir,l 
W. A. Ilamm. 



. W. I. llitkk) 
.IS. \V. Hurt... 



. W. W. OviTly 

. r.ro- I. \V«B,„u.r.. 



;. I>. II.Hir.... 
:.]i>sril K. Ilal'e: 
laym. K. IVMnt 



.\llH>rt I.. Itomtl.-ili 

I-:. I'. V.-iii|[1<an 

MidLipl Caliin 






Tit. Stcchcchulie. 
ICllpb 6. Spencfr 

John Ciiw*n ...... 
■Bita D. Hnddlr 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY OFFICERS— ConUnned. 



Name of OSccr, 



BegiDDlDr oT Tem. 



mil County. 

le Juda..... 



Qcrk 

Sheriff ".'.'.■ ...v.'.'. 

Pxof^ut't Atiy. 
Infirmary Dir... 

corcin« ::: 

Ko»« CoHitli/. 



Sanduiku Counf)!. 
Probaie JTudge.... 

Auditor '.'.'.'. 

Commi>sioait ".'.'. 

Trrasurer 

Surveyor 

ajrk 

Sheriff' ■.■.■.■.'.'.■.'.'.'.■' 

ProsMul'B^Atty!! 

Infirmiry Dir..!! 



UantfteM. 

R. BHnkerhoff, Tr 
R. Brinkerhoff. Jr. 
Chirles \V. Friu... 

tliar1» Ilruml^cld . 
ChBrlci Biumfield , 
Charles H. Huber. 

J»me»C I'otta 

Alien S. Beach... 
Allen S. Beach... 
JaniH v. Boils... 
A. Bsrney Pulver 
Wilt lam n. Bowei 
Wm. A. Mclnlyn 
Francis M. Hris, 
George W. Zellnei 



ChUttrolhc. 

James M, Thomi 
HuMon T, Robin. 



AuBuslUB W. iones. 

Alonio f. Swepsioo 
II, C. aaypool...., 
George W. Garriion 
Geo.^, McCorkle, 
WillUm Corcoran ., 
George W. Garrison 
George J. Smilh, Ji 

Fremont. 

Samuel BrmkerhofI 
Samuel BHnkerbDfl 

Samuel J. Ilirt 

Samuel J. Hirt 

B. B. nvermyer.... 

Jacob A. Gabel 

Uyran Hoffman. ... 
B. B. Overmyer.... 
Philipl. Gotlron... 
Wm. H. Eisenhour. 

Henry Huehea 

Franfc M. Inmin... 

L. S. McGonoIey!!! 

L. S. McGormley... 
George H. Witbey.. 
George H. Wilhey.. 

M. I,. Husa 

Jacob Engler 

Chris. RlmeKe 

M. L. Huss 

Nelson R. Tucker.. 
Nelson R. Tucker.. 



FebruaiT 9. 1S>7... 

9, 1»00... 

Sd Mon. in Oct.. 



February 9. 1S« 

Sd Mon. in Oct.VlSW 
Sent.. liw7 



3d Mon. ■ 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 




REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

COUNTY OFFICBRa— CoBtimiBd. 



le at Office. Name of OOcer. 



B^nnloB of Tem. 



S(«rt 


Countf. 


Cmiloa. 


Frobale 


Judje.. 


jSisffeE 








'"■""■ : 


fc""i,.k»»n""'":: 


Treasur 




' imrph B. Sanimer.. 
1 T. Hiirvty Smiih... 






«-»><■ 






















Pnntcu 


■"All, 






' "' ■; 


? V^'uS^i'ii^;^: 









3d Men. 



Summ 


I rouBfd. 


Probal 


Judge..,! 


Audi to 
CoinniL 


.^.uer-:::! 


K«'«d 




ClSf 




Sheriff 




r'i'rJr,. 




:.... 


rrunrb 


If Couniv- 


Prohat 


Judge... . 


Aiidi.o 
Coinini 


.iii^e.--::; 


Tre-s. 


„ ::; 










Clerk 




Sheriff 




Froieci 


fg_ Atty., 


Infirma 


ry Dir..., 


0>r«ie 





, .Vudemm' R Fcbru. 



i'hilip \\-at 



Thomas II. Kos 
Nelson H. Haile; 

ThiTmSu'lI. Km. 
Leroy W. S»nl< 
Leroy W. Ss 
rharles X, I 
Homer C. .W 
"' n s»a«. 



.!i?'* 



c E. Tak 



•Deceaied. D. E. Hoover appolnli 



I. IMT Februai! 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Contiimed. 



NimeolOOM. 


Name of Officer. 


2 


End of Term. 


Prubaie Judge.... 


.Vfw PhtUithlphta. 
Leroy .Millrrgor... 


J, 


'■■"''.^"'' l'\^ 


Fibroiry li. IIWO. 


Aodiior ,. 

Tr««irCT 


|:;'"" * '-■""';, 


H 


;: Sep'- j:;^ 

;; Aug.. wr. 

Krbruuy )i. l.W 

3.1 Mon. in OelV.'w" 

:: S'.p'- j;:;;- 
urM,;'n.'r'sVp.v.iS 


aa .MoR. in net., VM\ 
Srpi,. li-W 

isi _■; ;; ii.w 










ppE 


( 

1 
t 

i 

1 






••^ Aug.. lUiO 












Vramufg^Mxy.. 


jH"',;';"""'' 




" ;; rw 


Inilfmary Dir.... 


iBmi. MrtnmpWI. 

;L'^;:t=:"::- 

"i" f: Hainir.":. 

Flin« Kylr 




r.Hio 

: :: IS 

lUOJ 


PrnlMif Jiidgf.... 

-V"iitor :::: 

Tf«»vir« 

^y»iif" :_:::: :::::: 

Infirmary Dir..:: 


rvhruary (.. W: 

S.I .\lon. in tlct,, V<K 

lit " ■• V'» 

" ■• v«ia 

:; A..,. ,« 
:: ';.. ■ s 

IWI 


ccr..;; :::: 


:«.rK.. Mn-icr 

.\rgii^ H. Sni-hrr... 


S 


;: ;; it-oa 


[■r,.l;«c Ju.r«.... 


Van W<rl. \ 

William W. \ViIi™.'i n 

ih^mV" M,"ittrry'./ I> 
TlK,m:i. M, [l«ry... I> 

Martin I. Kern- R 

nhn K''i;ri'f"nnL::: K 

'"sma'i'r"iifiick::;::| n 

o'hn'M.wUtlTr'"; R 


1st 


ry n, !>-" 


.\uilitor 

conin.i..i(;n«::: 

Tr«wrr ::: 

Br<:o.d.-r .■.::;:::: 

SS"::-:':::: 


:: S'.p'- !;:;; 


: 4-ii 

1 ;; lint 
lima 






V^^^^','^^1:. 




" liflS 



. J. II. Booth appointed. 



in VoiiHli/. 
f jiida. 



Prosecut'B Alty. 
Infirmary Dir 



Warreu CouHlv. 
Pfohalc Judge... 



Probal^ Judg... 



Snrveyor . 

Clerk 

Sheriff ... 



REPORT OF SECRET.\RV OF ST.VTE. 

COUNTY OFFICERS — Continnet:. 



Hi me of Officer. 



.'w" Curry !""'.':." ] 
'on A. .MurtinililP, 

:rry Manm I 

imon R. VV;i!>,.r,.., 



Li-btiaon. 

Wright .... 



George W. 
LloyJ Stock 
John M. Sr 

Owar J. E 
John .\. Tht 



Sylvan A.' Lewis,. 
W. H. Bone 



jol^p,:^' 

U'illism Sp 
Hlfo. W. 1 



Bt^DainE of Term. 



End of Terra. 



I 3d Mon. in Ocl., 1U02 



. February 9, 
' sd Mon. i 



. February ft, 1900. 
9., 1903. 
3d Mon. in Oct., 1900 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 



Be^nnlDg of Term, ' 



WaviK Counlif. 

Ptoljiw Judge... 



l.tci., ISC 3d Ml 



irflllam* Count n. 
Prol«,.( J«Jg(.... 



Vwl roanig. 
.I.»ie Judg... 



(). \V. Mhan ' R 

llnirllag ilrrtn. 

Slcnhcn A. AnKu<...l R 
S».i.hcn A. .Vnaui..,! R 

l!«t C. llanifng...,! R 
C. C. <;.inav [ R 



n"l"i_ct.', VsBT'gd Mod. in <j'c1., IIMO 
-Vl".. '■*' "_ Srpl,, inOO 



86 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTY OFFICBRS — Gonduded. 



Name of (MBce. 



Name of Offloer. 






o 

0^ 



Begisning of tnerm. 



Bndof l^nm. 



Wyandot County. 

Probate Judge.... 
Auditor 



Commissioner 
<< 






Treasurer 
Recorder 



• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

• • • 

< • m • 



Surveyor 
Clerk ... 

ShcriflF'V, 



Prosccut'g Atty.. 
•< tt 

Infirmary Dir 



<< 
<< 



Coroner 



Upper Sandusky. 



I 



T. D. Lanker 

E. N. Halb«del 

E. N. Halbedel 

S. S. Hawk 

Corndius Gibson . . . 

ohn K. Paulin 

Vm. B. Hitchcock. 
S. S. Longabaugh... 

Arthur A.- htutz 

Joseph Bachman . . . . 
A. F. Schoenberger. 

A. L. Sterner 

A. L. Sterner 

Adam Pontius 

G. VV. Cliffe 

Benjamin Meek 

Benjamin Meek .... 

Tohn N. Brown 

Jacob Bloom 

rcter Oelberg 

Gust. I^rtz 

George O. Maskey.. 



D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
U 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 



3d 



1st 



Ion. 


in Oct., 


18D7 


<« 


14 


IMU 




Sept.. 


1897 


II 


II 


18W 


«< 


II 


lOOO 


II 


11 


ISOO 


II 


II 


1807 


II 


II 


1800 


II 


II 


1899 


i< 


Aug., 


1807 


II 


II 


inoo 


II 


Jan., 


1808 


II 


II 


1000. 


II 


II 


1897 


II 


II 


lOOOi 


II 


II 


1807 


II 


II 


180* 


II 


II 


1899 


•1 


II 


I'.m 


II 


ii 


1899 



February 9, 1901. 



l8t 



[or 


I. m Oct., 


1900 


ti 


1 •< 


looa 


ti 


Sept., 


1900 
1901 


• 4 


fi 


1»)2 


11 


I •« 


looa 


l< 


If 


1901 


<l 


II 


1900 


l( 


11 


1903 


II 


II 


1902 


II 


Aug., 


1900 


II 


«• 


1903 


II 


Jan., 


IJWO 


It 


•1 


a9')2 


l< 


<i 


1900 


II 


II 


1903 


II 


II 


IJWO 


If 


II 


1901 


<< 


II 


1902 


If 


.11 


1003 


<l 


If 


1001 



JUSTICES or THE PZACE. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



y CouxTV Clbkes.) 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



Townahip. 


N»eorj.rtte«. 


1 
1 


~— 


Biplntlas of 






1 
i 
1 

R 
D 

1 
§ 
i 


L t G 


*'•'" aia 






Wimileys .... 

Hill) Fork ... 
Man'cheHCT".: 












'f- !S:!S 




























Ubtfiy 






























Vineyard Hill 






)?.'s.''M;tl1a::;;:::; 

i. T. Ryan 




Oliver 


nunkinsville , 

AberJeen 

llrariytville ... 
Rentonville 
West Union . 

rheiry Forii . 

Emerald 




4^ ins 






M.^X IJ- Ijjl 






:: 4: S 


TiKn .:;::!::::!!!:;■ 


r! M. S"!.':°."".."?:! 
pTjirweiiJ'"*!^:;;::: 









T, MOl 



ALLEN COUNTY, 



Amanda — 

Bath ... .'*.'.'. 

Uanon '.'.'.','. 

Monroe "::: 

OlUwa !"ii 
Perry ..I!!;: 

Bkhiand '::: 

Shawnee — 
Sugar ,Cteek" 



. Brookt 


..1 D 




















































































.. R 


M. Cntty 





88 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ASHLAND COUNTY. 




Clear Creek 

Green 

Hanover . . , 

Jackson 

•> 

Lake 



Mifflin 
Aliltun 



Mohican 

Montgomery 

44 

Orange 

• • • • ■ 
Perry 

Rugbies — 

Sullivan 

4< 

Troy .... '.".*.' 

Vermillion . 



John Henderson R 

Tod Simonton j R 

Matthew Hilton D 

J. Gladden McGuire 1 D 

Carl F. Stoelzel D 

William Vance ID 

Frank P. Miller | D 

James J. Berry | 1) 

William E. Paulin D 

Marion D. Huffman ; D 

I'aul Keightly | D 

Geor'^e llartman I D 

Isaac B. Gable ! D 

David Ely I D 

fames Cameron D 

C. Sloan I R 

udson Smalley I I) 

H.- Cunningham I R 

M. C. Ross : D 

John H. Feeny D 

Joseph W. Budd 1 R 

D. E. Beach I R 

William (i. Singer j R 

Maurice Frink R 

(irant Eaton | R 

Amos T. Fisher i R 

S. G. McAdoo I D 

Wade Armentrout ■ D 

Alexander Taylor | D 



Savannah 1 May 

Ashland 1 July 

Perry svillc i May 

Loudonville ' Dec. 

1 Oct. 

" ! June 

May 



Albion 

Polk 

Mohican .... 
Plimpton .... 

.Mifflin 

Ashland 

Paradise Hill 
Lake Fork .. 
Jeromeville . 
Ashland 



April 



May 



Nankin 
.Ashland 
Rows .. 



April 
Ma 



lay 



«« 



Ruggles 

Sullivan 



Nova 

Troy 

Hayesville . 
Widowvillc 



April 
May 

Tuly 
May 



«i 



16 

6 

14 

«* 

t 

14 



6 

4 

2 

28 

24 

2(> 

2 

6 

18 

2 

3 

8 

26 

29 

25 

C 



1 

23 

1 

2G 
2 

25 



1901 
1901 
19<a 
1903 
1901 

190*2 
1903 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1901 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1902 

i9as 

1901 
1902 
19(»2 
1008 
1902 
1903 
1901 
1902 



ASHTABULA COUNTY. 



Andover 



Ashtabula 

4< 
(4 

Austinburg 



it 

44 



Cherry Valley 



Colebrook 

44 

Conneaut 



Denmark 

«4 
44 



( 



• • ■ ■ • 



Dorset 

44 

Geneva . . . . 

<4 

Harpersfield 

44 

Harts grove 
Jefferson . . 



44 
44 



King«iville 



Lenox 

44 

Mooroe ... 

• 4 

44 

... 

Morgan . . . 

<4 

New Lyme 

44 

Orwell . . . . 

44 

Pierpont 



Henry Wilder ' R 

P. T. Tritchell ! R 

William Ross I R 

J. M. Townsend I R 

R. S. Parker ; R 

H. G. Shipman ' D 

S. A. Tift R 

A. F. Henry R 

Worster Benjamin • R 

■ S. Sweet i R 

V. A. Nims ' R 

Alfred Parshall i R 

D. W. Hay ward ! R 

W. W. Fenton ; R 

H. G. Kingdom ' R 

S. R. Splitstone R 

H. E. Herrick i R 

A. D. Benson ! R 

R. W. Early wine R 

W. W. Gates R 

B. W. Phillips D 

Burt Brett ; R 

J. W. Foster i R 

Charles Atkin ' R 

George A. Sage R 

Erlend Morgan R 

IL J. Warner R 

W. W. Woodbury R 

H. J. Redmond ' R 

Mohn P. Krxim R 

F. M. Bugbee R 

E. E. ( f owdy R 

C. E. Meigs R 

C. <). Wilev R 

Elliott Kimball R 

A. K. Randall ; R 

L. L. Newton R 

W. E. Fletcher R 

G. D. F. r'-ibbs f. R 

Perrv G. Hvdc i R 

S. E. Hnll.: R 

Joseph R. Dixon R 

IT. A. Leonanl ' R 

H. A. Mixer R 



West .Andover ' April 

Andover 

Ashtabula 

Station A ... 



I 



.\ustinburg .. 
Eagleville .... 
Mcchanicsville 
Cherry Valley 



Colebrook 

• « 

Conneaut 



.\mboy — 
Conneaut . . 
Giddings . . 
Phoenix .». 
Denmark .. 
Dorset 



Geneva 



Harpersfield ' May 

Hartsgrovc ' 

Jefferson 



Kingsville 

North Kingsville 

Rowcnton 

Lenox 

Kellnjrp<iville 

Clark s Corners . . 
Monroe Center . 
Rock Creek 



New Lvme 

South N'cw Lyme. 
Orwell 



Pierpont 



pril 


^. 


1903 


4. 


24, 


1903 


4< 


11, 


1901 


44 


3, 


1901 


44 


14, 


1902 


• 4 


15, 


1901 


44 


11. 


1902 


44 


n, 


1902 


44 


16, 


nm 


44 


16. 


1903 


44 


16, 


1903 


44 


24, 


1903 


4< 


11, 


1901 


44 


19, 


1902 


44 


9, 


1903 


44 


16, 


1903 


44 


15. 


v.m 


<4 


17, 


1902 


44 


9, 


1903 


«< 


14, 


1902 


(( 


14, 


lfK)2 


<f 


11, 


1902 


44 


11, 


1902 


av 


1 


, 1901 


pril 


11, 


1902 


• . 


11, 


1001 


44 


9, 


1902 


• 4 


9, 


mo2 


ti 


9, 


1902 


44 


9 


1902 


44 


16 


, 1903 


44 


11 


, 1901 


.4 





. 1903 


44 


9 


, 1002 


44 


11 


. lf«02 


(4 


11 


, 1902 


14 


9 


. 1903 


44 


9 


, 1903 


it 


11 


. 1«>02 


4k 


11 


. 1902 


44 





. 19<i2 


<4 


17 


. 1902 


«4 





. ir»02 


<4 


9 


. v.m 



"Resigned. Charles .S. Hawkins appointed. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



89 



ASHTABULA COUNTY — Concluded. 



Township. 



Plymouth 
•< 

Richmond 

4 

Saybrook 
Sheffield 

• • 

Trumbull 

• * 

Wayne . . 

* 

Williamsfield 
•« 

Windsor . . . 



»•••■• • I 



Name of Justice. 






o 



H. A. Kdwards ; R 

li. li. Campbell R 

M. C. Peck R 

S. G. Hunt R 

*S. N. Castle K 

\V. J. Richmond R 

A. J. Whipple , R 



Cassius \V. Allen. 



R 
R 
1) 



F. \V. Eastman 

V, X. Stone 

F*. E. Jones R 

H. S. Simpkins K 

George H. Piatt R 

Jasper Fetterman ' K 

P. I). StcTcns R 

F. O. Sisson K 



Postoffice. 



Expiration of 
Term. 



Plymouth 



Richmond Center 

Padanaram 

Saybrook 



Griggs Corners 

tiageviHc 

Trumbull 



Lindenville 



Willfemsficld ., 

Simons 

Windsor Mills 



April 


15, 


11*01 


• ft 


V, 


l!Mi3 


*« 


a, 


V.Kri 


• • 


». 


um 


t< 


15. 


ijMn 


• ft 


•-M, 


liMW 


ift 


11. 


li**)! 


• * 


li. 


litO'l 


May 


1. 


If.Ol 


April 


11. 


VMi2 


• • 


ir>. 


V.X>1 


4* 


17. 


nm 


May 


21. 


VM2 


April 


14. 


1902 


• ft 


U. 


lf>fH 


• ft 


10, 


1W3 



i 



ATHENS COUNTY. 



Alexander 






Ames 
«< 

Athfcns 



(4 



Bern .. 
Canaan 



41 
44 



Carthage 

ft« 

Dover . . 



Lee 



Lodi 

. • 

44 

Rome 



44 
<< 



Trimble 

44 

Troy , . 



Waterloo 

.4 

York !'. 



•••••« 



<« 

44 



John II. Mcpherson R 

Abe Jordan I) 

R 
I) 
D 
P 
R 



lames Johnson 
Kucl R. Kcirns 
Walter Gilligan 
W. A. Thomas 

E. T. Rose 

Henry I.ogan R 

F. W. Tavlor R 

William (iraham I) 

A. J. Poston ! P 

Ouincy Cathen ; R 

P. P. McNeil R 

Guy Dinsniorc R 

Ira R. fuller " R 

J. W. Lahugh I 1) 

T. A. McKee | I) 

[esse Haughman R 

v.. I). Cross I R 

John L. Kclley ! R 

S. C. Baker i R 

1. W. Miles R 

Isaac Brewer R 

John Featherslune R 

John Stcinmetz R 

B. W. King • R 

L. C. Curfman R 

T. W. Jones ' R 

H. (>. I-vtle ' R 

1. M. Tidd ' R 

!^. W. Lowery • R 

S. F. Beverage ' R 

Moore R 

Connor ' R 



Eden 
Ferd 
I. X. 
C. S. 



Coleman. 
Ilaynes. 



I) 
R 



Pleasanton . 
Hebard.sville 

Fisher 

Federal 

Amcsville .. 
Athens 



Broad well . 
Canaanvillc 

ftft 

Athens .... 
Guysville .. 

Garden 

Chauncey . 
Millfield ... 
Chaimccy . 
.Mbarry .... 



Shade . . , 
.\nthony 
Garden . 
Guysville 
.Stewart . 



Trimble 
Glouster .... 

Torch 

Hockingport 
Coolville .... 
Mineral City 
Marshficld . 
Xelsonville . 

Buchtel 

Xelsonville . 



April 





1003 







ll«»3 




, 


IJKO 




25 


, 15)«)l 




13 


, 1JJ02 




li< 


, 1JJ03 




•20 


IJHW 




2(1, 


liN)3 


Mav 


•» 


1001 


April 


25 


1001 


25, 


1001 




25 


1001 




•20 


um 




12 


1WV1 




25 


1001 




2« 


, 1JI02 




12 


. 11K»8 




12 


, vm 




12, 


1003 




25 


. 1JK)1 




17 


, 1!M)2 




l") 


1JJ02 




25 


, IJJOl 




25 


1901 




12 


1003 




12 


1003 




12 


1003 




12 


, 1003 




12 


um 




12 


1003 


Mav 


o 


1001 


April 


27 


1003 


.4 


17 


1«K»2 


44 


2.-? 


1002 


44 


12 


1003 


<< 


12, 


IKQ 



Clay 

«ft 

• ••••« ft 

Duchouquct 



.... 



44 
44 



German 

« ft 

Goshen 
Jackson 
Logaji . 

• • 

Moulton 

44 

Noble . . 
•« 



AUGLAIZE COUNTY. 



William Bush ] D 

•tjames Snyder I ) 

L. P. Bavliff 1) 

W. N. Bo'wsher D 

G. M. Rogers T) 

F. W. Greber ' D 

F. H. L. Nieter D 

W. H. H. Burden R 

James L. Mahan I) 

Joseph E. Schmeidcr T^ 

Louis Drees ! D 

D. W. Reed ! D 

Clarence Lathrop D 

J. A. Pfaff R 

Ross Sillin D 

A. V. Xoble I) 

E. W. Slife '■ D 



St. Tohns 



Wapakoneta 

Cridersville 

Wapakoneta ^ 

Xew Bremen 



Xcw Hampshire 

.4 

Minster 



Auckland 
Conant ... 
Moulton . 
Buckland , 
St. Marys 



May 


7 


1003 


1 •• 


^^ 1 


l!H)3 


April 


1ft 


11K)1 


1 ** 


o«> 


l'.M»2 


• 4 


27 


im)3 


<4 


18 


1!I01 


44 


*!•> 


V»f»2 


.4 


18 


1«»01 


•• 


20 


l'»03 


44 


•).> 


, 1!>02 


May 


10 


v.m 


April 


l.« 


, 1001 


May 


5 


. v.m 


1 April 
! Nlay 


18 


, 1001 


o 


, urn 


1 •4 


o 


v.m 


1 " 


12 


, VMi 



* Resigned. Herbert G.Burke appointed. 



Re-igiu'd. I'. E. B.iiley appointed. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
AUG1.AIZE COUNTY— Concluaed; 



Tnnuhlii. 


Mamcorjutlloe. 


1 
1 


Fouoffice. 


■^-SS"' 






D 

B 
S 
g 


„ 


\p LI 22 ifl^ 




F. M. Smith 

chartU^f.BaiK";:-:; 




ii 1 
:: 1 










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■BELMONT C 


3UNTY. 








1 


i: i 

"?' ii 

;; IS 

IS 

If 

:: Is 

IS 

1! ^ 






John W, \\\,\tt 














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■Belmont 








































r'S.'cE-'Sl":::;;::: S 


































Pulmey 

„• 


David N. Danci 

Jobn SidebotKrei 

John J. Michener 

Willliin Wamock 


I 
I 
I 
S 
1 
1 






" ::::::;::::;:;;::;: 


iwa 








Lovdiwillt 








































MSl^iS'tn-::::;::::;::::: 






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ISa""-*!"."-.-.;.; 






















E. B. Anniirons 


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\•iic\.™''^..^"\'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 




















































John Eggetman | B 

BROWN CO 

A, S- Carr | R 

John W, Johmion D 








UNTY. 

Decatur 




















> 
D 

n 


VaneebiTO 


























.n':"s,S'..;;.;;;;:IB 
^^^>',^^::::::::::::!R 












Buntinglon 












JSrts;.::;:::::::;::::: 












n 




fcSr..:::.:::::::: 
















F. P. Chapman 






iftrts 



Lee 

Loudon . 

BOK .'.*.*. 

Union':: 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
BROWN COrNTY — Coucluded 



Tomubip. 


BHMof JuMlce. 


1 


"~«" ""t?™""' 


Pike .:::::::::::::::: 
B^nV::::::::::::: 

scot't" ,..::::::::::::: 
6t^rt\ns ".'::::.':.'.'.::.. 

""^ ::::::::::::::: 


I. W, Kemoo 

Milttiii ton 

fi!„,:;j;;r-::::::::: 

llenjamin Kimball 

Mit MaloRL-y 




|;:«»''"r( 'Apr.! a 

( leorgftonn Vptil U 

E>>t-o„d .:::::::::::::::: "^1;"' 15 
k.pky ...:::::::::::::::::! ;; w 
sardini.'::::::::::::::::::) ■■ « 

1 ii»y 17 


IKIW 


element L, Ki«. 

wiiiw^Hiiihr.;.";.'.;:,': 

K. R .-IhM- 




in 11 

Iflltf 
i«e 

IWfi 

1«03 
JWl 
1(03 



BUTLER COUNTY. 



Fairfield 


Hirnillon 




Lemon 


Liberty V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
M»di.Q.i 


UiHoid 

"«iP" 


Oriord 


^ee:e 



t>ed Ek.j 

David Yeakk .... 
K, l>. iohnwn... 

Pftcr .MesMi 

I'. 1'. Lalunrftle 
Drtinii Itrophy .. 
W. II. HedJiBR... 

'■'"' v;"it;„,v. 



J, M. «fid«iw 

jooMliHi Brm 
Thomis SIrtuye 

^""iir..: 



Midd]ctu» 



Ko» ... 
llamillon 



JackK 
Seven 



I Ap 

::::::::::::i m* 

, Al; 

::::::::::::i »> 
::::::::::::■ ^ 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



l<.«iiyr'^Pt 



Jnhn W. !>.-■.-,. 
■r. C. Kqrrril 

n. T. mvis 

C. /;, F»wc«t... 
Jolm I.. Kue... 
T. B. DeKord...., 



I K Carrulltun .... 



I Dell Kny 



«2 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 




Adams 

Concord . 
Goshen . . . 

• 4 

Harrison 
Jack von .. 

• • 

Johnson .. 

»• 

Mad River 
•« 

Ru«h 

<« 

Salem .... 

«• • . « 

Union 

it 

Urbana . . . 
i« 

«« 

Wayne . . . 

• •• < 



John M. Birkhold D 

Joseph A. Clem I> 

(;eoree N. Bedell D 

Theodore S. Cheney . R 

John D. Radebaugh ' K 

Charles A. Wood R 

Timothy S. Harris | I) 

Dav.d M. Baker R 

Francis M. Apple ! D 

Tiffin Julian ' I> 

Alby Kite | D 

John Duncan D 

Aden E. Xeff I) 

E. L. Bodv D 

Samuel A. Standish R 

Eli Sherrett i R 

Charles R. Stonebraker. R 

Don P. Runkle ; R 

John H. Cooper R 

\\;^lliam F. Rock R 

Benjamin F. Dixon R 

Michael Galligher i R 

William M. Rock ; R 

Charles B. Block ! R 

Thomas E. Hunter | R 



Rosewood May 

Carysvillc ; April 

Ens I May 

Mechanicsburg i April 

I >lay 

I April 

Spring Hills I - 

s\i. Paris !!!!!!!!!!!!!: " 

C nristiansburg May 

Millerstown April 

St, Paris May 

Terre Haute April 

Westville Nov. 

Woodstock M ay 

North Lewisburg Nov. 

Kingscreek May 

Kennard 

Reynolds i .\pril 

Mutual .May 

Crbana j. April 

(I I C4 

Cable . ^'^[[y^V.'.'.'.'.'^'.'.'J May 
Min<?o ! Nov. 



5 


, 1901 


3U 


, iy<i3 


4 


, 1903 


1^ 


, 1902 


», 


1903 


10 


1JI03 


. 17, 


1901 


29, 


1903 


12, 


1902 


o 


1903 


VJ 


1902 


2. 


1903 


22, 


1901 


IV 


1902 


10. 


1902 


13. 


1903 


o 


1901 


10 


1902 


2<i. 


1903 


■1. 


1903 


1«. 


1902 


1ft, 


1902 


19. 


1902 


27, 


1901 


17, 


1903 



CLARK COUNTY. 



Bethel 

•• 

German 

n 

• t 

Greene 

• • 

Harmony 

«« 

Madison 

<« 

Mad River 

Moorefield 

Pike 

Plea«;ant 

• « 

Springfield 



( 



George Patterson ! R 

George W. Pierce I R 

William Wise ' R 

Perry E. Circle D 

A. L. Rust D 

W. S. Neese i D 

Thomas E. • Stewart • R 

K. T. Kcllcy R 

ames Vince R 

X. H. Willis ' R 

William Cheney I R 

Henrv Schickendantz ..' R 

A. II". S.- , Jr I 1) 

Frank Baldwin ' R 

John P. Mock.'. ; D 

T. W. Ryman ' D 

T. M. Runyan R 

T. M. Hunter I R 

W. Y. Mahar i R 

H. D. Brydon I R 



Donnelsvilie , 
New Carlisle 

.Med way 

Lawrenceville 



City 



Tremont 
Clifton . 

Soringfield 

South Charleston 

Wiseman 

South Citarleston 

Sclma " 

Knon 

New Moorefield . 

New Carlisle 

Northampton . . . . 
Catawba 



I Soringfield 



1 May 


9, 


1 April 


18. 
19. 


I «« 


18. 


1 


21. 


1 " 


14. 




13. 


1 * 


16. 




19. 


1 " 


14. 


June 


3. 


April 


21, 


1 


23. 


1 •• 


17. 


1 «• 


20, 


! *' 


14. 




20. 




14, 




14. 




14, 



1901 
1901 
1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1903 
V.Hr2 
1!K)2 
lfK)l 

nm 

1901 
1902 
1901 
1903 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1903 



CLERMONT COUNTY. 



Batavia . . . 

it 

Franklin . . 
•« 

•I 

Goshen ... 
Jackson ... 
Miami .... 

*t 

Monroe . . . 
«« 

«« 
Ohio ...V.'. 

Pierce 

Stonclick 
Tate 

t* 

Union 

X 

Washington 



Nathan G,^ Cover. 
Louis H. Smith... 
E. D. Prather. 



R 
D 
D 

Tohn P. I'tter D 

T. N. Altman .'....' R 

T). L. Bishop I R 

I. C. hionakcr ID 

Y.. M. Clark I D 

W. B. Applegate | D 

T. W. Donley I R 

C. C. Smith ' D 

Fletcher Bushman ' D 

lohn B. Turner ' D 

V. W. licnnett :.' D 

L. H. .Simmons ! D 

lohn Goiter ' D 

John S. Butler I D 

W. P. Cramer ^ D 

W. C. Wood I D 

H. B. Shutts K 

George M. Pemberton. ..' R 

T. C. McGuire ' D 

C. T. Chambers ' R 

Tohn R. Brown ' D 



Batavia , April 

t( I it 

Felicity I May 

Rural ! *• 

Felicity. 

(ioshen ' April 

.Monterey ! " 

Milford ' '• 

Branch Hill ' - 

Lovcland ' May 

Laurel I " 

Clermontville ' " 

Laurel 

.Mt. Pisgah .April 

New Richmond 

Spann i " 

Tlamlett ! May 

Newtonville I .\pril 

Bantam 

Bethel ' " 

" May 

Withamsville I July 

Glen Este April 

Moscow ' Sept. 



31, 


1901 


27, 


1901 


23, 


1901 


2fi 


1901 


14, 


1903 


27, 


1901 


27 


1903 


is 


VM^ 


27 


19(»2 


9-> 


1903 


7 


1901 


19 


um 


19, 


1903 


2rt, 


IWl 


27, 


1902 


29 


1901 


18 


1901 


2t^ 


1903 


2.> 


1901 


14 


1!)03 


IS 


1903 


2S 


, 1901 


2S 


, 1903 


25 


, 1901 



JUSTICES OV THE PEACE. 

CLERMCNT COUNTY— Concluded. 



Towiuhlp. 


KaneorjMtlcc 


1 


PoMofflce. 


Ttrai. 


^''"^ ■■ 




john'M.' Kuiini!!!!!;;:! k 


.r<- l'Jl.cl ! .May 2. 19.*! 

-v.'vii].- - fi. wa 

Edfin..n , '■ 2, y.M 






i>srh'r"if"** 


R 


\\mii^mthuTg'','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.',','.\ April k! li-ii 

;; 1 :; m. ij..i 






lifK™ E. jtokio'."!'"!: 



Clark . 



Liberiy . 
Uirion : 



Vernon ... 
Wiihinslon 



EIk__Rim . 
Fairlitid '. 



Midiion 

HiddlcK 



St. aiiV' 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



tU. Ouiley 
. I. Tu»n.ui.l... 

G. X. I*wis 

S. I. .\rB..1.1 

I>. 1|..pcwrll 



A. I. Wil. 
S. J. How 



rC'^r,::;:;;:: 

John, II. [.inlnn 

1''"il."Tr.mlin.'.V, ■..■.■.".. 



I >;ar.in,vilk 



I MiJIand Cily 
I I.umlictlnn ... 



VVilmmRlun 

Clark-iVille 



COI,UMBI.\N.^ 

. Walktt ] C 



::H:,i"B31r--- 



llHiirl McLnni- ... 
II. I', M<'rnrr.>ii , 
(,. W. C.-irmin.... 

I. II. lr.ifl. 

W. 1». Riiyl 

T. I'. McKrnru-... 

W. V. Inlvin 

C. \V. rinnty 

K. I.. CnLurn 

j.' It.' lla'k"r'. ".*..'.'.*.. 
X. II. Ilenarick<.. 
laniCT H. Tclby.... 
Wil R«a ., 

Daniel ;.* joZMin: 



April 



.\prit tl. \im 



94 



REPORT OF SECREFARV OF STATE. 



COLUilBIANA COUNTY — Concluded 



Township. 



Name of Justice. 






Pbstoilee. 



Expiration of 
Term. 



St. Clair 
Unity .. 



Washington 

Wayne 

Wellf.vill'e".' 



West 



• •••••« 



Yellow Creek 
•I 



i: 



J 



L. 
'. E. 
ohn 
ohn 



James Davis ».( R 

\\ iliiam Johnson R 

W. Cope I R 

Lvons : R 

.\fcCormick i R 

J. Kirk R 

C. Hays I D 

rhomas I-kniing D 

W. F. Hancv f K 

John W. Riley | R 

A. If. McKenzic R 

William L. .McCoy i R 

Lewi^ Walker ; R 

Alex N, Norris | R 

Daniel Mcintosh R 



Calcutta 

Unity 

New' Waterford 
Hast I'alestinc . 
Satineville 



: May 



Cravcm 
Wclisvillc 



Moultrie 

East Rochester 
Wellsville 



i< 
<< 
«< 

4< 
<« 
<< 
ti 
• f 
<« 
<«■ 
« 



13, 19tt 
'26, ly02 
21. 108S 
21, 190S 

21, low 
la, 1901 
28. 1»02 
24. 1903 
19. 1901 
19, 1901 

22, 1901 
32. 1902 
26. 1902 
28. ifm 
30, 1901 



COSHOCTON COUNTY. 



Adams . . . 
Bedford ' *. ! 
Bethlehem 
Clark ..!'. 
Crawford 
Franklin . 



Jack^on 

Jefferson 
Kecnc 



Lafayette 
IJnton .. 



Mill Creek 
<i 

Monroe . . . 
Xew Castle 

Oxford . . . 
Perry 



Tike 
It 



Tiverton 

'it 

Tuscarawas 



•< 



Virpinia 



Washington 
White Eves 



F'red Diebel ; D 

David Zimmcrmai* j D 

Lincoln Wolford R 

G. J. Brown R 

Uriah IL Xeldon i D 

J. L Bretzius • D 

Joseph W. Curtis * D 

Joseph Lvnn : R 

Jonatlian Kly 1) 

C. A. Ivempf ; D 

Francis Wolfe ' D 

W. S. Brccht D 

(itorjrc V. llahn R 

C. M. Ferpuson R 

William Fulks I R 

L H. Carr D 

TE. M. Norman R 

Joseph Machwart D 

nentun Davis I D 

William Rus-ell ' D 

lohn M . Cnchran R 

\V. S. Simons | D 

R. S. Lawrence 1 I) 

R. L. r.akcr I D 

I. D. Lower ! D 

T. V. Merrell ' D 

l^amuel Mellor ' D 

Anthony Lentz D 

L v. Irv I D 

Y. .M. Burton D 

B. W. Meredith ' D 

J. H. Cochran ' R 

C. R. Loveless , R 

Daniel .Mikcsell D 

French Berry ' D 

William S. (Vouch \ D 

(icorge (lardner ' D 

L. I). Barnes | R 

Cicorgc P!rncst ' D 

i. 11 . Thompkins D 
amcs B. M^anner i D 
). IL M.Ttlev n 

W. W. Con..; ..' R 

Charles IL .^kiniicr R 

Tlutmas Sproule ' R 

B. F. < iraham D 

W. F. Park R 



Bakersville 



I ¥' 



Tunnel Hill . 
West Bedford 

Bowman 

Warsaw 

Blissfield 

Clark 

Xew lledford 



lay 



Franklin Station 
Wills Creek .... 



1 Roscoe 

Xew Moscow 
. Warsaw 

Keene 



I July 

April 
I •• 

May 

44 

I .. 

April 



West Lafayette 



Coshocton 

Linton Mills 

I'lainficld 

Mound 

Clark 

.Spring Mountain 

• 4 

Bluff 

New Castle 

Mohawk Village. 

Isleta 

Kvnnshura 

Xew Guilforu . . . 



I May 

, Dec. 

I July 

1 May 

• April 



•! J"ly 

, j April 
I Aiay 

1 a! ay 

, April 

i May 

, 1 April 

I May 

I July 
I April 
; Mav 



West Carlisle 
tt 



Tiverton 

U interjireen, 

Canal I.ewisville 
Coshocton 



Mav 



Trinway 

Adams MilN 
Wakatomika 
Avondale . . 



X^(A'. 

April 

Aiav 

Apfil 

Xov. 
May 



16. IMf 

15, 1902 

16, 1901 
14, 19H3 

22, li»02 
10. 1903 

6, 1901 

2». 1901 

10, 1001 

10, io<n 

14, 1903 
— . 1901 
21, 1901 

20, 1901 
9. 1902 

10, 1901 
24. 1908 

10, 1901. 

7, inoi 

21, 1902 
— . 1901 

1, 1902 
20, I9<t2 
l^i, 19<)2 

23. 1002 
14, 1903 

7, 1903 

16, 1001 
7, 1901 

27. 1002 
Ifi. 19«>2 

17. 1903 
an, 1901 

7. 1903 

]«, 1001 

1902 

1.'). 1002 

11. 1903 

2, 1901 
2«. 1001 
20. 1902 
10, 1001 
2',. U)02 
2'). 1002 
ir., 1002 

22, 1908 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

Auburn ( Samuel K. Hoak ' R I \%^rth Auh 

I Charles Mc Connell ' R Tiro 

BucvTus i W. IL Sberkler ' D ' lUicvrus 

•• 1 r.torirc W. Didie D 

Chatlicld i I'M. Harth D 

I John r.-irsrhricher D 

Cr^nlv^rry H. M. Cory ' ]> 

1 •' .- |>-.nnon*virth '> 

Dallas W;!]Ia-i Pfrv ' R i lUi^vrus 



urn 



Chntftcld 

ft • 

Xew Washington 



April 


l'>. 


1003 


1 " 


2S, 


1908 


it 


VK 


1002 


Xov. 


2*2 


ions 


April 


<i. 


VMM 


1 '• 


25» , 


1002 


' Tune 


3. 


1001 


; April 


17. 


15M2 


1 


1<^. 


1001 



^Georpe V. Hahu. vice W. S. Dawson, resigned. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



95 



CRAWFORD COUNTY — Concluaed. 



Township. 



• • 

Jackson 

>« 

Jctfcr?on 
Liberty 

Lykens 

• 4 

Polk ... 



Name of Justice. 



(A 



O 



T. N. Tavlor D 

"E. I.. Whitmycr D 

William l'\ Crowe I D 

Frederick Newman • I") 

A. A. Pfeifcr | D 

W. I). Mcwhort : I) 

Rufus .\urand ' I) 

Horace Angenc 1) 

Louis F. Smith i I) 

L. C. Barker I R 

** I C*. n. Shumaker I H 

Sandutky B. K. Warden D 

i Solomon Ilarley ! R 

Texas Melvin C. Huddle ' R 

W. E. C.oonrad I I) 

F. Coder ' I) 

. I. Weaver j I) 

. \V. Humphrey I) 

V, H. Cummings 1> 

George (loldsmith D 



Tod 



mon 



Whetstone 
• •• 



Poatofllee. 



Expiration of 
Term. 



Spore i April 

l-cniert 

Crestline 



.\«.»rth Rohin«ion 
Sulphur Springs 

I *> randy wine 

Broken .Sword. . . 

Lykens 

(lalion 



N'irth Robinson 
Sulphur Spring* 

Poplar 

Lemert 

Osceola '. 

Liberty Corners 

Hine^ville 

Bucyrus 

.Vcw Winchester 



1 April 


10, 1901 


' 


22, 1!M)3 




2;l IJ^ri 




22, I'KW 




2»5, liMil 




12. Wnri 




27, l!i03 




21. l;»02 




H. 1!M)3 




12. IIKH 




10,.1!HK> 


1 •• 


1«5, 1<H)1 


" 1 


23, 1!N»2 




lo. I'tfH 




1.-), l!K)2 




22. ItW 




15. 1<K»2 




23, 1?»02 




1?). HK« 




22, 1903 



CUYAHOGA COUNTY. 



Bedford 

• ft 

Brecksville 

• 4 

Brooklyn 

Cha^in Falls 
Cleveland 



D 
R 



Collinwood . . . 

Dctver 

East Cleveland 



Euclid 

•(.ilcnville 



Independence 
MavAeld 



Middleburgh 



Xcwburg 



CJlm'itead 



Orange 

i* 

Parma 

Rockport . . 
Royal ton ... 

Solon 

Strongsville 
Warren svil I c 
•West Park. 



D. 



L. D. Cox 

C. A. Ennis 

( Iwles T. CAnticld R 

L. T. Rust R 

William Treat ; R 

H. C. Schwab 1 R 

A. B. (iardncr ! R 

Harrison B. York R 

R. T. Morrow ' R 

E. R. Clriswold • R 

Levi F. Bauder ' R 

J. Dwight I'almer ' R 

deorge Fllton ' R 

F. T. Willmott R 

(;. W. Elliott R 

T. Miller IT 

B. Conant ! R 

I^. W. Stevenson R 

William Brown R 

L S. (harks R 

A. J. Clark.. '■ I) 

tieorgc (\ Dissettc K 

S. C. Fellows ! I 

T. C. Clcwell n 

L. L. Bishop ■ R 

J. W. Dean I) 

Irving E. Hcrshcy ' R 

M. M. Kemp I R 

F. M. Ro..t ' R 

Charles H. Palmer '• 1> 

F. C". H.^nonseck ! R 

C. IL Wood ! R 

Frid W. (Ireen !> 

R. T. Elliott ! R 

Rufu-s r. Hitch R 

B. A. Adams R 

S. L Corlctt ' R 

Ralph Arnold ' H 

L L. Thinck : Fi 

.Schaaf 1) 

Colbrunn ' H 

ILill ■ R 

Miner R 

Knox K 

William H. Beck ' I^ 

vll. F. Finlfv H 

H. W. Merrick ' R 

W. S. Ashley ' R 

L P. Thorpe' ' R 

\V. S. Corlett ' R 

F. A. Colbrunn ' R 

Frank .A. Truman ' R 



F. 
T. 
F. 
A. 



T 

A. 

C. 

A. 

B. 



Bedford 

Brecksville 

South Brooklyn 
Chagrin Falls . 

« • 

Cleveland 



Collinwood 

Dover 

East Cleveland 

.4 
<< 

Euclid 

CIcnville 



April 

• • 

.May 
April 



May 

•April 

Nov. 
May 
April 



I 



May 
.April 



M.u- 
Ai)fil 



South Park 

Mn\ field 

WiNon-. Mills ... 
Berea 



May 
.April 
Mav 
April 



New burg 



Cleveland 

Olmsicrl Falls 



Orange 

South Brooklyn 

« « 

Kamm'i 

L'ikewi»ofl 

N'«trth Roy.ilton 

Solon 

Strongsville 

.4 

Warrensviiie ... 
Kamms 



Mav 
Apfil 
M.n 
Apnl 



M:.v 

\:.nl 

Tunc 

At.r-I 



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21. 
21. 
30, 
23. 

14. 
10, 

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14, 

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14. 
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V>01 

1002 

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1008 



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Xew township. First election. 



i P.csigned. H. F. Staples appointed. 



96 • 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



DARKE COUNTY. 



Township. 




Postoffice. 



Expiration of 
Term. 



Adams 

•i 

Allen .!!!;;!;!!!!!!!! 

Brown 

•i 

Butler 

Franklin 

German 

>• 

Greenville 

Harrison 

*t 
Jackson 

Mississiniwa 

. «♦ 

Monroe 

Neave 

Patterson 

•« 

Richland 

• ••••••••••••• 

Twin 

it 

<< 

Van Buren 

it 

Wabash 

<« 

Washington 

it 

Wayne 

York 

4( 



Tames H. Stoltz... 
James H. Spitler... 
Lawrence Marker , 
J. A. Ainsworth... 

l)aniel Brown 

Charles Coppess ... 
J. P. Teegarden . . . 

Edward Wilt 

A. H. Tudy 

A. A. l^enny 

H. H. Birely 

W. E. (f. Jeffries. 

L. P.Stahr 

L. V. Williams.... 
John II. Brandon.. 

I. S. Wenger 

L. G. Turner 

J. F, S. Ilageman., 
William R. Baker.. 

John P. Standi 

Frank Jcnkinson .. 
William Mooney . . 
William Fetters . . . 
John Bailsman . . . 
George Schlechty . 

E, W. McCramer.. 

B. L. Grilliott 

J. R. McEwen 

Kiley M. Brandon. 

. F. Heck 

. B. ^ Mudhenk. .. 

ohn Fasig 

George Cox 

James C. Routzong. 

F. M. Bin 

Lewis Kerns 

William P. Kelly.. 

Corwin C. Mote 

John J. Winbigler. 
1^. L. Lehman.... 
Robert Davidson . 
Frank Ewry 



} 



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Braafurd 

Horatio 

Xew Weston 

Hageman 

.\nsonia 

Woodingto.j . 

Arcanum 

iMCw Madisr.n 
Gettysburg ... 
Painter Creek 

German^ 

Clarks .Station 
Greenville ... 



. 1 June 
.1 May 
.1 April 

\ •• 
I May 



Wiley 

Hollanshurg 

New Madison . . , 
Union City, Ind. 



Lightsville ... 

Vine 

Pittsburg 

Potsdam 

Fort Jefferson 
Yorkshire 



Dawn 

Beansville 
Arcanum , 



Ithica 

Dclisle 

Poplar Ridge 
North Star . 
New Weston 
Ilillgrovo ... 
Sharpeye .... 
Versailles . . . 



Brock . 
.A.nsonia 



Dec. 
Aug. 
June 
May 
1 Tune 
Nov, 
April 



May 

<4 

April 

Nov, 

April 

Nov. 

May 
«« 

April 

May 

April 

April 



May 
April 



May 



10, 1902 

2, 1903 

15, 1901 

26, 1901 
5, 1903 

2. 1902 
20, 1902 

3, 1901 
15, 1902 
15, 1901 
18, 1908 

12, 1902 
22. 1903 
15, 1901 
15, 1903 
29. 1902 

5, 1903 

14, 1903 
18, 1902 

17. HKXL 

24, IWJ 
8, 1902 

11. 1902 

7, 1903 

15, 1902 
3, 1901 

25, 1902 

27, 1901 

22, 1902 

14, 1901 

18, 1901 
S» 1902 

15, 1901 

13, 1901 
15, 1902 
2D, 1902 

23. 1901 
22, 1902 
18, 1902 
10. 1903 

8, 1901 
8, 1901 



DEFIANCE COUNTY. 



Adams . 
tt 

Defiance 
<> 

Delaware 
«t 

Farmer . 



Hicksville 
Highland 



4.VA ClI sW •*•••■ 

Milford" .'!.'! 

Noble 

Riehland 
Tiffin ....;.' 
Washington. 



Berkshire 



i. 



Berlin 
<« 

Brown 



F. J. Sheets | I) 

John W. Knapc ;D 

Edwin J Phelps I D 

C. E. Maxwell I D 

H. L. Troaxler | D 

John Core' j D 

P. N. Richardson i R 

W. L. Hosack D 

Myron J. Schell D 

T. A. Boyd ' D 

William G. Kopp ' D 

A. L. McBride D 

George A. Gecowets ID 

T. F. Carey ! D 

r. W. Hosack I D 

Henry C. Breckler i D 

H. R. Haller ' D ! 

T. F. Brancher ' R 

F. K, Travis -. D 



W. Keister — 
L. F. Orahood. 
W. F .Pollock. 



D 
D 
D 



Defiance 



Ney 

Sherwood 
Farmer . . 



Hicksville 
Defiance 



Mark Center 
it 

Hicksville . . 
<t 

Defiance 



(I 



Kvansport 
Ney 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



I. A. Ports, R 

A. McCamment ' R 

John E. Finch I R 

S. McWilliams D 

F. E. Sackett • R 

A. J. Heverie R 



Sunbury 

Galena 

Berkshire .... 

(ircgorv 

West benin . 
Leonardsburg 



1 April 
' Alay 


19. 


1901 


22. 


1903 


April 


18, 


1901 


«« 


18. 


1903 


<i 


29. 


1902 


May 


22, 


1903 


April 


12. 


1901 


May 


10, 


1908 


April 


in. 


1903 


26, 


T902 


(1 


24. 


1902 


1 << 


12, 


urn 


1 •» 


21, 


1903 


June 


15. 


1!)02 


• « 


10. 


VMYi 


April 


15. 


1901 


18, 


1903 


It 


19, 


15)03 


ti 


19, 


1903 


May 


1. 


1902 


April 


20. 
21, 


1903 
1903 


April 


19, 


1901 


•i 


26, 


1903 


<< 


26. 


1903 


1 «« 


26, 


1903 


June 


2. 


1903 


: April 


20, 


i^m 



Huron '.'. 
M>1>n ... 



Oxford . 

Pertin. " 
Portland 
VcrmUIio 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
DELAWARE COUNTY— Concluded. 




ERIE COUNTY. 



I. c, auk 

W. F. Gurley.. 
n>*rl(( Kaita 

iohn Cuty . 
I. R. wniit! 



r. I) Smiih... 



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yioomltiBTllle 

North lIcmrMvill. 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Uhn M/CTl 

ThomaJi Jon« 

John Sharp 

tiilvm W. Wdser-... 

Iohn ){. Kramer 

Edward Alipaugh .. 
J, V. Bakfr 

Thofna.' A "I'^h"'.: 
Jacob t'cnttcnnakcr . 



■it""'', 



REPOKT-OF SBCHZTASy. OR"STRTE. 

Fairfield cocntv— cimchidedj. 



Towiuhi;.. 


WimiBtifJuslicc. 


1 


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Joba V. TuMUW 




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FAYETTE COUNTY, 



FR.\KKLIN COUNTY. 







■"p"**" 


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Hi^tl. 


Ijcu.SC 


Willinms,.. 


F, I. 


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Culumbus 






Marble CUir / 






New Albany ^ 




• Deccaicd. W. E. Si 



ricuant . . . 

Amboy .... 
Ihtnicrfidd 
Clinlun ,,.. 

Donr .'.'.'.'. 
Franklin".'.'. 

Gorhsm V.'.*. 

Fija, ...::'.'.'. 

Sw»n _ CretW 
York 

Addlton ... 
Clujhite v.". 

ClW 

Callipol'i*".' 



K I Ihihlln 



Klon 
shurg 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
FR.iNKJ,!.-'* COINTV — Coutlud^ 



\V. E. Whii« 

J. K. Tme 

(i. ]1. llullKbrrg 

EdMO W. I>avi9 

{■:. '\V. 'tJuc""!:::::::;: 

Kranei" Kil..)- 

FULTON 

Cfirgr ILicUttt 

John S. ilullcr 

.\. I', llidtllf 

}. II. Mii-llM 

\mtan c.''shcVier::i:;: 

DavLd White 

•r;r..rjtt W. irumphrey 
C. \\r. Gnliingrr 

ra'c.il.' l'.. MVl'mi!!!!!! 

(.harl..^ J. Ilrlil 

John lt._ .Mcljuillin 

I), s: KmBi'.'.,::;::::::; 

^. \V. .\lr.iiUnn 

I:in.rnt. IfmiilMon ... 

Urnry W. .\filry 

Ilorroan Miller 

Arthur 'j"l>avUton .'.'.', 

GALLI.'X 

.';am«l_H...Shaffrr 

H.irntit shi.icr"!;!!!;;r 

I hnrU* K. f...ng 

Al«and»r C. llarcii*... 
Maltliiw R, llickey 

Tl'iimo'sF.. ilraJburi-*! 

\..'..n I, Thoma. 

4ii.rii |i Alcotn 

H.'il! J.jhiiion. ..*.'.'.".".' 
A-'a il.'. Tmlrridgi!::.'! 






- 1 Ki.c!..., 
n I [■cnici 

H I V.,l,„ . 



rnorik.. 



J John T. iimMy".. 
\VillJini -^torrit . .. 



:IW 



April W, ]:'•! 



1 S'.7 



I April 30, 1901 



100 



v.. ? 




;^\ - - 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



GALLIA COUNTY — Concluded 



Township. 



Raccoon . 
*• 

<< 

Springfield 
«• 

Walnut . . 
(( 




Postoffice. 



L. P. Rose 

Evan L. Evans... 
Fred G. Stewart... 
Alfred J. Eblen... 
Thomas J. Moore. 
Samuel H. Brown 
Samuel Drummond 
S. A. Blazer 



R 
R 
R 
R 

R 
R 
R 
D 



Harris .... 

Esop 

Rio Grande 
Pine (irove 
Evergreen 

Hoggs 

Sandfork . . 
Bowler .... 



Expiration of 


Term. 


May 


17, 1901 


June 


2, 190S 


April 


26. 1903 
29, 1901 


<( 


28. 1903 


May 


19, 1901 


April 


22, 1902 


May 


4, 1903 



GEAUGA COUNTY. 



Auburn . . 
«< 

Bainbridge 

Burton . . 
it 

Chardon . 
*t 

Chester . . 

14 

Claridon . 

Ha^'den " 

Huntsburg 
•« 

Middlefield 
<< 

Montville 
Munson 

Newburg , 

Parkman 
•i 

Russell . . 
ft 

Thompson 
<( 

Troy 



S. L. Wadsworth.. 

VV. S. Wing 

M. L. Miner 

Charles K. Post 

Henry E. Ford 

A. G. Cutler 

M. L. Maynard 

E. E. Moyer 

V. A. riernck 

Charles P. Bail 

John H. Warriner.. 
George W. Stillwell 

E. A. King 

A. Stockham 

A. W. Tuttle 

S. G. Millard 

E. G. Ohl 

L. G. Pierce 

W. A. Shaw 

Matthias Rothermel 

J. H. Warner 

Edward Bosworth . 

C. D. Hosmer 

G. B. Gates 

W. E. vValters 

Jacob Cnase 

D. L. Phelps 

Homer Spencer 

Timothy Fox 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

'I 



Auburn 



Bissell 

Chagrin Falls 
But ton 



Chardon 



Chester Cross Roads. 

Chesterland 

Claridon 

East Claridon 

Hampden 

Huntsburg 

Middlefield ".'.'. WV.'.'.'.'. 



Montville 

Chardon 

Fowlers Mills 

Ford 

Parkman . 



Chagrin Falls . . 

Taylor 

Thompson 

South Thompson 
Welshfield 



April 


U 


, 1901 


»* 


24 


, 1901 


<< 


22, 


, 1901 


<< 


23, 


1903 


t< 


22 


, 1901 


it 


23, 


1902 


<< 


23 


, 1902 


May 


6, 


1903 


April 
May 


25 


1900 


2 


, 1903 


«* 


18 


, 1903 


June 


9, 


, 1903 


April 


24 


, 1901 


•> 


27 


. 1901 


tt 


28 


, 1902 


May 


2, 


1902 


4< 


5 


, 1902 


<( 


28 


1903 


Nov. 


23 


, 1903 


<< 


16 


, 1902 


May 


6, 


1903 


(1 


28 


1903 


** 


8 


, 1901 


tt 


8, 


1902 


Nov. 


15 


1901 


April 


25 
29 


190-2 
, 1903 


<( 


15, 


190] 


II 


26 


, 1902 



GREENE COUNTY. 



Bath 

Beaver Creek 
t< 

Caesar Creek 

• 4 

Cedarville . . . 
tt 

Jefferson 



Miami 

New Jasper 



Ross 

it 

Silver Creek . 

4< 

Spring Valley 

Sugar Creek 
Xenia 



Raymond H. Swadcncr. 

William L. Marshall 

W. W. Ferguson 

W. S. Sellers 

Albert Beam 

George M. Fawley 

Almon Bradford 

Andrew Jackson 

A. L. naughey 

Joseph E. Stewart 

Jasper Reed 

W. D. Sutton 

J. C. Toland 

John Towcll 

S. f. Tarr 

William Mercer 

fames G. Clark 

B. Mason 

F. Walton 

^T. T. Newland 

Samuel Galloway 

John A. Johnson 



D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Osborn .... 
Fairfield . . . 

.\lpha 

Zimmerman 
Paintersville 



Cedarville . 
Bowersville 



Yellow Springs 
New Jasper ... 

Jamestown 

Gladstone 

Grapegrove . . . . 
Jamestown 



Spring Valley 



Bellbrook 
Xenia . . . 



June 
Dec. 


24 


1901 


15 


1903 


April 


26, 


1901 




28 


, 1902 




10 


, 1903 


(( 


13, 


1903 


1 '« 

1 


26 


, 1901 




15, 


1902 




28 


, 1901 




11, 


1903 


Dec. 


1 


1903 


.April 
May 


23 


1903 


7 


. 1903 


<i 


17 


, 1903 


4< 


17 


, 1903 


<< 


17 


, 1903 


<< 


— 


1903 


Dec. 


28 


1902 


April 


18, 


1902 


«i 


22 


, 1901 


<< 


15 


, 1901 


I April 


13 


1903 



* Resigned. A. R. Howland appointed. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

GUERNSEY COUNTY. 



Townihip. 


N.n.«0f jDMlM. 


1 


n»„.„. 


Eiplratlon of 








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April » 

■; IS 


1908 






























Ouaker City 


IftOi 














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> 

! 
! 

f 


















kSI^_:::::::::;:::::::::: 




















iamiKl n, Floyd 






















K.a;U- :::;::::::::::! Si's; '! 


















.. 11, Hollrnlicck... 

1 S. H. (;rim,lty 


S;".-'° .;::;■:;;;;:::;::;:■ 


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; 






Hroty Duff 


Bird< Kun 





HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Anderion ... 
Cineinniti ".'. 

Colerain .'.'.'. 
Colunibia ".'.'. 

c™by ...v.' 

DrIKi .'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Harriwn " V.V 

MillCTttit"':!: 
Spring eld . 



lo«ph R. Pursfll. 
Fhil^ Winkler ... 
Toirph F. Kuihma 



F»retM M. Woo 

Dwighi R. Hrn-i 

Frsndi Holloo'«1> 



Richard j. Srauvi^m 
Towph C. Smith., 
lacob Voorh»> ... 
Oeorgi W . Btown . . 
W. W. Metcalfe... 



S.,?»'*™""..:;::;;::: 


''t' 




















iff 








SjS,:r.::;:::;:::;;::;; 


■55' 

















ati (Price 


Hilt)....! 


Addyi 


F. C'inci 


....:::;;i 




It?"!? 


<;?'!fnd 


n;;i:::::l 


.l.hy ... 






















^'.'"1', 


.enni,on 











102 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



HANCOCK COUJ^TY. 



■Towiwhip. 




Poftiofficc. 



Expiration of 
(Tenm. 



AJIcn 

<t 

Amanda 

tt 

•Big Lick".!!! 

4< 
4< 

Blanchard . . . 
Cass 

Delaware . . . . 

«t 

■Eagle 

•Pindlay 

ti 

Jackson 

«t 

•Liberty 

la 

•••••• 

"Madison .... 
' tt 

Marion 

tt 

Orange 

Pleasant 

• tt 

Portage 

tt 

Union 

tt 

Van -Buren .. 
<t 

'Washington . 
tt 



Davi d J . Cornwell 

Daniel H. Heistand.... 

Wayne Crawford 

Harvey Renshler ....... 

Mo^es McAnelly 

Christian Garbcr 

Charles Rangcler 

Peter A. Kemerer 

S. G. Robinson 

John Baker 

!) oseph P. Redfern 

Milton C. (Jreer 

Abner J. Kaufman 

Henry D. Bishop 

Peter H. Powell 

Merle J). Sours 

Thomas F. Gillespie....' 

Willie E. Houck 

William Bowers 



D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

D 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

D 

D 

D 

R 

R 

D 

D 

George W. Powell ■ R 

' ^ 

D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 



Robert S. Hibbet. 

John W. Welch 

Ira Rushon 

Benjamin F. Opp 

William F. 'Glaimer... 

John S. Beagle , 

Willtam C. Harding.., 

George D. Mitchell 

Albert E. Mathias 

David Culp 

W. C. Edgington 

Edwin W. Burkct 

Louis B. May 

Nicholas R. Cummans. 

Andrew J. Hull 

Robert F. Taylor 

Levi D. Mus&etter 



Van Buren ... 

Mortimer 

Mt. Blanchard 

Vanlue 

Ftndlay 



I April 
May 



Vanlue , 

Benton Ridge 

McComb , 

Arcadia , 

Bloomdale — 
Mt. Blanobard 

Forest , 

Arlington 

Findlay 



tt 

t( 



Houcktown 
Findlay ... 



Arlington 

W'illiamstown 
Tindlay 



April 

May 

.April 

May 

Dec. 

April 

May 

April 



May 

June 
May 
.April 



Cannonsbtirg 

.Ada 

McComb 



■it 
tt 



Raw son . . 
Mt. Cory 
New Stark 
Jenera . . - 
Arcadia . . 
Fostoria . . 



May 

Sept. 
: April 

May 

April 
tt 

May 
tt 

April 
May 



20, 1902 

21, 19C»2 

1, 1903 
8, 1903 

IS, 1903 
23, 1902 

21, 1903 

22, 1901 

2, 1902 
30, 1901 
20, 1901 

20, 1901 
18, 1902 

25, 19t)l 

27, 1903 
13, 19(G 
15, 1903 

28, 1902 
17, 1903 

26, 1902 
17, 1903 

2, 1903 

27, 1903 

22, 1901 

21. 1902 

23, 1902 
8, 1903 

24, 1901 
23, 1»02 

28, 1902 
80, 1903 
23, 1902 
21, 1902 

2, 1901 

1, 1901 

20, 1902 

4, 190a 



HAR-DIN COUNTY. 



Blanchard 

ft 

Buck !!!!!!!!!! 

It 

Cessna 

tt 

Dudley 

Goshen 

Hale 

(• 

Jackson 

tt 

Liberty 

tt 

Lynn 

ft 

Marion 

ft 

McDonald 

t( 

•Pleasant , 

It 

Roundhead 

tt 

Taylor Creek 

■Washington ' 



John Walters | R 

David F. Fryer i R 

John Paver R 

John O. Walker I R 

\V. F. Strahm D 

W. W. Ratcliff R 

D. J. Myers , R 

Samuel Hile D 

John Haley D 

Jacob Sicg R 

Silas P. Strong R 

Adam D. Crillcy t) 

Burlc Hume D 

Ellsworth £.. M. ^Coppen R 

George F. Henry D 

W. G. Chcsher D 

Harrison Vermillion D 

A. W. Kettle R 

•Lewis D. Mc'Millen.... R 

Luther Ellis R 

]\. L. Lamlcy D 

Albert M. Tidd R 

Tacoo Scheidemantcl... . R 

J. H. .Stinson D 

William T. Bowdlc R 

Tohn DecTwenter D 

William L. Garrett ' D 

Tohn Heach I D 

Wob Willtkec ' D 



Dunkirk I A 



pril 



Kenton 



tt 



Hcpbxrrn ... 

Pfeiffer 

Kenton .... 
Ridgevray . . 
Mt. Victory 
Patterson 

Forest 

Ada 



Nov. 
.April 

<f 

Nov. 
April 



Foraker . 
Kenton .. 
•Alger . . . 
McCiuflFey 

Tump 

Fopaker . 
Kenton 



Roundliead 



Big "Springs 

Silver Creek 

North Washington 



! June 
I .April 
i Dec. 
I April 

I " ' 
I << 

<t 

i " 
I f< 



May 
.April 

Nov. 
May 
April 



20, 1902 

16, 1903 
29, 1902 
15, 1903 
ID, 1901 
24, 1903 

14, 1901 

20, 1901 
24, 19()3 

17. 1902 
28, 1903 

6. 1901 

15. 1903 
0, VX)Z 

21. i\m 

2ri. 1901 
IS, 11»02 

19. 1901 
15. 1901 
Ifi, 1001 
15. lOOS 

20. 1902 
27. 11* V> 
12. 1901 
17. 1903 
2;^. 19r>l 
15, 1901 
12, 1901 
a§, 1903 



• Vice F. K. Powell, resigned. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



lOS 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



Tsmuliip. 



MAflieof Jnttice. 



£ 



PMtoffice. 



Hzpi ration of 
Tciui. 



Arckcr . . . 

4* 

Athens . . . 
It 

' Cadiz .... 

«« 

■franklin . 
«i 

JEre^|>ort . 

• German . . 

< urecse . • . 

.llonroc . . 

.Aloorefield 
•< 

North .... 



• « 



Nottingham 

* • 

Rumlcy 

<• 

Short Creek 

.«< 

-Stook 






Waahington 



.\ • 



A 

I 



ohn C. Henderson 

K. Megaw 

Malin Horton 

William Porter 

eflFcrson C. Cllover 

useph Hastings 

\V. Hines 

L. IJ. Williams 

L. C KeUey 

(teorge Gault 

Tohn M. (tarrett 

H.John Stringer 

J. B. Mansfield 

W. H. Host 

William McCauIey 

D. E. Cecil 

A. Wallace 

Villiam H. Johnson.... 

John L. Thomas 

Samuel HoUand 

W. H. Knight 

J. A. Ferguson 

IC. T. Hricker 

Robert Smylie 

W. C. Toland 

W. (;. McLaughlin 

T. M. Perry 

Isaac Smith 

C. C. Christian 

L. i>. (IrOres 

J. 'C. Howes 



( 



D 
D 
K 
D 
R 

R 
R 
D 
D 
I) 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 



Archer 

New Athens 
Cadiz 



Ap^ril 



u 



Tappan .. 
neersivillc 
Frcc'port 

t • 

CJermano 
Means ... 
Hopedaie 



May 
'. April 



«< 



June 



Bowcrston 
.Station lo 
Piedmont 
Moorefield 
Conotton . 
Scio 



" April 

:kUy 

! April 



Tariff 



New Romlcy 

Jcwett 

Harriivillc .. 
Short t'reek 
I^ccvvillc . . 



.Srnithdalc . 
Tii)pecanoc 



May 

April 
•• 

«« 

4« 
4« 

May 

April 
•t 

June 

May 
t» 

April 



25, iwi 
15, laui 
25, loai 

2i*, 1901 

2S. 19(« 

2i>. 1W):{ 

25, imW 

12. 1903 

15, 11M>> 

1, ifm 

18, 1W)1 



25, li>03 
— , .1903 

15, vm 

38, 1003 
18. 1002 
18, 1002 
15, 1002 
15, 1901 
Ifl, 1903 
l<i, 1903 
25, 1903 
14, 1001 
14. 1902 
12, 1901 
»), 1902 
18, 1901 
22. 1002 
12, 1902 
21, 1902 
.lOt 1903 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Bartlow .. 

Damascus 

.Fiat Rock 

Freedom . 

.Harrison 
•I 

Liberty . . 

44 

-Marion . . 

44 

Monroe . . 
it 

Napoleon 
Pleasant .. 



44 
41 



^tMt^Id . 
-RidgeTille 



Washington 



H. C. Meeker 

L. E. Lon4( 

Tohn Love 

Willard C. Johnson. 

i. II. Rennccker 
08eph Weiblc 
lenry (iehrett 

James \\. Hiok 

A. F. Corev 

Lewis Sturdavant ... 
Frederick Steward . 

N. Shaw 

H. Mess 

A. A. Fry 

L. M. drove 

Henry ficist 

C. F. Clement 

Joseph M. Rciger... 

Charles Ea«r 

Ciecrge H . Thomas . . 
(ieorge W. Fisher. . 

L. L. M«(»ce 

J. W. Rhaeffer 

Jacob Wolf 

namnel Shonk 

C. H. Hanchett 



J 



D 
I) 
D 
R 
1) 
D 
I) 
R 

n 

I) 
D 
D 

n 
1) 
I) 
n 

D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
1) 
R 



Deshler . 

McClure * 
(Jrellton . 
Holgate . 
Florida .. 
Napoleon 



Liberty Center 



May 

April 

May 

44 

April 



New Bavaria 

Haraler 

Napoleon . . . 

M.ilinta 

Napoleon . . . 



Pleasant Bend 

New Bavaria 

Holgate 

Westhopc 

Riilgeville Comers 



Colton 
Tcxax 



May 
June 
July 
May 
April 

44 
«« 

' Nov. 
I April 



M.ny 

April 
M ay 
xVpril 



0, 1003 
2«, 1901 

28. 1W> 

11. 1!»(»2 

1. 1903 
W, 1001 

29. 1002 

30. 1901 

20, looa 

24, 1902 

4, 1903 

21, 1001 

12. 1902 

13. 15>02 
is. 1903 

9, v.m 

15, 1901 

7, VMrl 

15, IWl 

15, IWl 

0, ItKfi 

29. 1901 

19, 1<X« 
27, 1003 



HIGHLAND COUNTY. 



Bmsh Creek 



«4 



...... 



Clay .... 

.44 

Concord 

• 44 

'I>arison 

- 14 

FidrfieU 



Daniel Butler ! R 

S. S. White I D 



W. M 
L. M. 

(J. W. 

{ames 
.. F. 
W. 



V 



. Taylor R 

Lottderback D 

Martin R 

P. Donoho ' R 

Webster I D 

Henckraon ! 'R 

D 
R 
R 



homas W. -ShaflFer. 
(ieorge E. Simmons. 
G. T. Hardy 



F.^rt Hi!) 

Sinking Spring 



Huford 

Hollowtown .... 
.*>ujjartrec Ridge 

Fairfax 

J^ynchburjf 

Doilsonvjllo .... 
Ea*t A^onroc ... 
Lcc<burg 



.\pril 


25. 


loai 


1 '• 


27. 


liXU 


1 June 


1, 


\m:l 


April 


30, 


1!«W 


.t 


25, 


IJMK 


• May 


■•<. 


v.m 


1 •• 


SO. 


1W2 


1 4t 




]'xyi 


1 April 


•TO, 


vrn 


«« 


17, 


VMM 


$4 


30, 


19US 



Marion 

Sah Cniii'". 

Wiihinst'on' ' 



KEI>ORT OF SECKETAKY OK STATE. 
HIGHLAND COUNTY — Concluded. 



Townrtilp. 


»..,.,...,„. 


i 


Pottoffiee. 


B>I»™^«rf 




JINK ' r. 


. 1 1 1 10 lOIW 






D 




Dec. - 
^r.y 18 

S.' •! 

a: ■ ■: 
























»mes A. Wilkins 


R 














.-.'."..o",- W:::::::: 




















M™ MarkM 


Thcmai R. Vjn« 


Stw M»rkel 


1901 




J^homa-^M- FWBUJon.., 


§ 














1. 1!. Rdw»Td> 
















































Dec. 14 











mrdy ... 

Killbuck ' '. 



HOCKING COUNTY. 



illon \'iiiidagriff . 



I F. .-. : 
r,. w. 1 

. D. B, I 
I Mich»1 

:' D. L. E 



.... ; fe. G. MxTtin... 



HOLMES COUNTY. 























mt. M Martin,. 


::::! 


toTge J. Hoffman 


,...! 


hn McOeltand - 


,...' 


ules A. .'Iinniet.. 




eorse vK Sprang 


,...| 



1 


Soulh Bloomingville 
































R 


uddieFtrkV^'.'.:' ".:'.:'-'. 






1 

1 


■;To"n"FM;;«<;'::::::::::; 

;i»rr 






B 





JUSTICES OF TEiE PEACE, 
HOLMES COLNTV — CopcIuUed. 



TowMhip 


Nimeof Juitk*. 


i 


PutoSce. 


Eipiralion of ' 




_ 










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n 

D 








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■■ 




Al.ril 1*. 1«)3 




17, 1901 






HURON COUNTY. 



Uy E. Stnilh 

\\illi»m J. BoiM. 
J. K. McPhtnon 

H. rr».j. 

B. H. Reynold!.. 



.: C'Milltr R 



■ p.sm«h::;:::;::: 

lollin C. Powera... 
i. K. McConndl... 



{f"l,'S 



Sl»ce» .. 
Ftenih. , 



Nurth Kairl^Tlt 



Bloomlicld I Willi» 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

ocky Hill 



}'"v: 



e I. ' 



'icklinc. 



,nt. S. Mor__... 
i>nh>a Crabuce .. 



-■ i Willitm I . 

Lick .•.-- SBtnod P. WhiW... 

Maditon Wiliim W. Hnchn 

" John J. Thomit 

Thomm J. Thomii.. 

Milton 1 W. E, Uwi?.. 



. John A. HoweTl I D 

. t. M. Hirrrll ' D 

! Calvin Chimplin " 

.1 Williiui A. Noble 



WctllK 

Wdljtl 



.' Ajiril 

ilftk 

:1 Us' 



106 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF rSTATE. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



Ttranmhip. 



Name of Justice. 




Expiration of 
.Term. 



Brush Creek .. 
tt 

Cross Creek .. 

Island Creek . 

<< 

Knox 

tt 

i< 

Mount Pleasant 
tt 

'\Rots 

tt 

«< 

Saiem 

■« 

Saline 

•«< 

Smithfieid 

'tt 

Springfield .... 

hi 

StcubenviUe ... 
It 

Warren 

<t 

Wayne 

t< 

«t 

wfeiis .'.'.'.v.'.y. 
ft 

«f 



S. (I. Dorrance R 



^ 



T. Pinnock . ; 

D. H. England 

Robert Arthur 

T. H. Montgomery 

James Simpson 

W. H. Welday 

B. Whitcomb 

John H. Paisley 

S. Z. Alexander 

Alex. 1). Humphreville. 

M. MeredUh 

M. Lyle 

Thomas J. Speedy 

Thomas Russell 

J. C. Riley 

A. L. Fiscus 

Tames E. Paisley 

K. \v'. Cooper 

W. P. King 

William B. McLaughlin. 

D. P. Sutherland 

W. E. Stein mctz 

Simon Smith* 

Joseph B. Krthcart 

B. I". Prentiss 

C. M. Collins 

J. C. Stills 

Samuel V^orhes 

James Willemin 

Thomas McFarren 

George M . Ekey 

E. R. Waugh 

C. W. Tarr 



R 
R 
K 
H 
R 
R 
K 
K 
K 
R 
R 



D 
R 
R 
R 
R 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 



East View 



Wintersvillc . . . 
New Alexandria 

Toronto 

Richmond 



Empire 

Toronto 

Ivnoxville 

Mt. Pleasant .. 

Dillonvale 

Shane 

Richmond 

Hammondsville 

Richmond 

E. Springfield • . 

Irondale 

Port -Homer ... 
Hammondsville 

Adena 

Smithfieid 

Berghoiz 

East Spriogficld 
Steubcnvihc . . . 



Portland Station 

Rush kun 

L'nionpoTt 

Bloomingldale ... 

Creswell 

bmithficid 

New Alexandria 
Brilliant 



April 


21 


, 1902 


May 


3 


•1002 


». 


<i 


, 1901 


April 


15 


1902 


• • 


13 


, 1902 


«« 


19 


, 1902 


May 


2 


1902 


April 


13 


IJ^l 


May 


4 


, v.m 


April 


24 


, li>02 


Nov. 


8, 


1901 


April 


22 


, l'.K)2 


• • 


6 


, 1901 


• 4 


7 


, 1901 


May 


4 


,1902 


April 


21 


, 1902 


»• 


1^ 


, 1903 


May 


8 


, 1901 


tt 


31, 


1901 


tt 


1 


, 1903 


tt 


4 


1901 


April 


« 


.• 1902 


«i 


30 


, 1903 


May 


3. 


1903 


April 


1- 


1902 


• • 


23, 


■1<I03 


ii 


27 


1901 


May 


5, 


1-901 


at 


3. 


1901 


t< 


3 


1901 


ft 


9, 


1903 


f 1 


9 


1901 


April 


10, 


1008 


• • 


14, 


1903 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Bedin . 
«< 

Brown 

Butler . 
tt 

Clay ..; 
. ft 

Clinton 
ft 

College 



ft 
ft 



Harrison 

tt 

HilUar . 



Howard 
Jcickson 

Jefferson 
Liberty 



Middlebu'-g 
tt 

Gilford ... 
t< 

Miller ..'.'.'. 



Monroe - 
Morgan .. 



Morris . 
ft 

Pike ..! 
tt 

Pleasant 

• » 

Union , 






lohn Kanaga — 
fohn C. Gilmore. 
[udson . Loney . 



D 

D 

D 

fohn Hyatt ID 



1 



>•••• • • • m ^ ^ 



McCoy Alitchcll 
i^undcs' Smith 
E. H. Funck. 
Isaac Clark 

ohn J. Kelly 

L. Leonard 

V. K. Forbes 

Thomas H. Hiedy.. 
E. P. Webster 

C. E. Wolfe 

Ellsworth Laut^hery 

-Mien Frost 

S. Robert Best 

D. H. Lantz... . 

I). C. Melick 

J. R. Cessna , 

Amos Clark 

Samuel Wright 

Joseph F. Cox 

George E. McCally 

C. F. Cochran 

D. E. Chadwick 

I. W. Ruteh 

C. L. Baughman 

H. V. Satford 

John W. Perkins... 
J. F. Bricker 

E. C. Tulloss 

Edward Btirson ' D 

Fred Merrin 1 D 

William Edgar I D 

M. M. Cunningham I D 

J. H. Bane ID 

Noble Weir I D 

John Tucker I R 

J. H. Mead | R 



D 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
D 



Ankenjrtown 

Democracy . 
Jelloway ... 
Alillwood .. 
Zuck 

Martinsburg 

tt 

Mt. \'ernon 
tt 

Gambler . . . 



tf 



Pipesvillc . . . 
•Rich Hill ... 
Centerburg . 
Howard 

Bladensburg 

ft 

Greeraville . . 
Mt. Liberty 
Mt. Vernon . 

Delano 

Batemantown 

Lock , . 

Milford ..... 
Brandon 



Mt. Vernon 

Morgan Center 



Fredericktown 
Mt. Vccnon . 
Democracy . . . 



Mt. Vernon 



Milhvortd 
Danville 



May 


12. 


1903 


April 


22, 


1901 


June 


19. 


1903 


April 


18, 


1901 


*• 


'29. 


1902 


May 


8, 


1902 


June 


1, 


1903 


July 


11. 


1901 


.\pril 


23, 


1903 


1 1 


16. 


1901 


ft 


• 1«, 


IWl 


tf 


25. 


1902 


tf 


.28, 


1902 


May 


0, 


. 1-903 


April 


25. 


1902 


. t 


27, 


1903 


ft 


!». 


1903 


tt 


IS, 


1901 


tt 


26, 


1902 


May 


0, 


1901 


April 


15, 


1901 


April 


5, 


1!)02 


May 




1003 


Ap^ril 


29, 


1002 


28. 


1902 


ft 


22, 


KMH 


tf 


SO. 


1903 


ft 


2S, 


1903 


May 


17, 


1902 


tt 


5. 


1903 


April 


25. 


MK-.2 


Mav 


16. 


1903 


April 


22. 


1901 


** 


28. 


1903 


ft 


28, 


1902 


Jime 


10. 


1903 


April 


24. 


1902 


May 


3. 


1903 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



107 



LAKE COUNTY, 



XowiMhip. 




Postoffice. 



Kzpiration of 


Term. 


April 


14, 191 1-2 


• * 


22, IWJS 


1 «* 


27, mVA 


May 


1, v.m 


April 


14, l!n>2 




13. l?»«iJ 




30. 1}*)2 




17, imi.i 




2l\, IWM 




K, IflOl 




22. iwn 




24. wn 




11, llJO-2 




12, 1102 




22. 1008 




11, 1912 


1 *' 


10. 1902 


1 May 


7. UXV2 


1 April 


26. 1003 



Concord 



Kirtkuid 



Leroy 



Madtton 



Mentor . . 
Painesville 



Willoughby 



E. J. Cray 

(icor^e Murray ... 

J. W . Scluipp 

(jrant Cowlcs .... 

C. M. Balch 

H. H. Brdell 

VV. H. (.Icnung — 

C. M. ChaflFec. •>.... 

Dnnirl Lee 

Frank J. Rexford.. 
•(icorge L. Piker. 

D. Omton Hill.... 
M. .\. Tuttk 

! J. ('. Ward 

Clark H. Nye 

Perry ; L. L. Morris 



K. K. Ailtson, 

j. S. EUcm 

Benjamin Kxcell 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 
•R 
D 
R 



Painesvillc 
(■<mcord . 
Kirtiand . 



T>rig«rs 

Brakcman 

Madrson 

North Madison 

Madison 

Mentor 

Fairport Harbor 
Painexville , 



iPerry 

Pnine«vinc 
Willoughby 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



Aid 



«4 



Decstur . 

«. 

Elizabeth 

Payette . 

.1 

«. 



'Hamilton 
Lawrence 



Mason 
Perry 






Rome . . 

Symmcs 

<< 

Union 



<4 
• I 



Upper 



Washington 
Windsor . - . 



T. C. Martin 

\V. N. Neal 

John Bradfthaw 

Thomas *Kilcy 

Ira Wamecke 

Willis E. Campbell 

Lewis A. McKee 

To<thua Kite 

William 11. Crawford, 
Randfilph L. Jones — 

(I'orgc \l. Steele 

John llartwig , 

(Cornelius Massie ..... 

John Harmon 

Cu L. Chat held 

Mays 

Steed 

Henson 

Jtowen 

Bofigess 

A. S. Cooper 

William Suiter 

A. H. Kcenoy 

L W. Ollom 

William T). Henry — 

James Craig 

D. R. Ed^^-ards 

Wallace Hockenhury 

Cieorgc W. Hcsson 

Ci. ir Thompson 



R. C. 
C. L. 
John 
1 A. 
B. A. 



R 
R 
D 
I> 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
I> 

n 

R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 

n 

R 

R 



Cherrysville . . . 

Aid 

Johns Creek .. 

Ort 

Campbell 

Pedro 

Montreal 

< letaway 

Sybcne 

flanging Robk 
Kitts Hill .... 

Andis 

Okey 

Raspberry 

Sheridan 

Rocamp 

Forest Dale . . . 

Millers 

La Belle 

Waterloo 

Shcritts 

Bradrick 

< letaway _ 

Proctorville ... 
I ronton 



OliTe Furnace 
Willow Wood 
Dobbstown . . 
Scotttow.n .... 



Nov. 


15, 


1902 


t< 


15, 


1»>2 


June 


16, 


1903 


April 


28, 


1901 


May 




1901 


April 


13. 


1901 


«4 


2b, 


1901 


Dec. 


20, 


1002 


June 
May 


0, 


190J< 


4, 


um 


4* 


10, 


1001 


April 


22, 


VM^2 


20, 


liHil 


<( 


80, 


lixn 


«< 


a). 


1901 


May 


3, 


10«)2 


tt 


5. 


1!M)3 ' 


t< 


19, 


1002 


(( 


24, 


T>i3 


II 


28, 


1903 


«< 


20, 


ioo;i 


.« 


17. 


1002 


Dec. 


20. 


1002 


Nov. 


15. 


l'«13 


May 


19. 


irx)i 


«• 


17. 


1902 


June 


19. 


r.xw 


Ma«r 


7. 


1901 


it 


0, 


10<11 


«( 


1, 


1802 



LICKING COUNTY. 



Bennington . . . 

Bowling Green 

Burlington .... 

£den 

<i 

fitna 

Fallsburg 

-Franklin 

Granville 

tt 

Hanover 



Harrison 
tt 



• .•... I 



iamcs Bryan 
^. .\L Shipley 

Charles S. McCullock 

William Courson 

Charles Butcher 

T. S. Williams 

L. S. Stevenson 

James B. Colville 

(;. W. Helmick 

acob Hendeclick .... 

C. I)ui;an 

C. McArtor 

S. J. Snelling 

Stephen Hoslcinaon 
Joseph Jackson .... 

K. J. Dorsey 

Charles W. Ritchey 

F'. M. Haynes 

Henry (leiger 

A. R. Miller 



\ 



• • • • 



n 

D 

n 
I) 
n 
n 
n 
p 

D 

n 

R 
1 D 
I D 

I R 

' D 
R 
R 



Lock 

Appleton 
Brownsville 
Linville ... 
Homer 



May 
June 
May 

•April 



Purity . . . 
Long Rnn 

Etna 

Wagraw . . 
Fallsburg , 



May 

.April 



Linville 
Newark 
(iranville 



Hanover . . 
Tabors .... 
Kirker<?ville 
Pataskala . 



May 
June 

April 



Tan. 

t)ec. 

•April 
t. 

CI 

n 



20. 1001 
10, 1901 

1. V.tOZ 

21. 1W02 
IS, 1001 

11. iyi>2 
2;i, 1002 
27. loai 

8, 1001 

10, v.m 
2.'). iwi 
27. 1003 

20. 10(11 

1, r»oi 

29. 1001 

21. V.HVl 

18. 100.3 
10. 1001 
24. 1003 



Resigned. L. W. Hun^rford appointed. 



108 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LICKING COUNTY — Concluded. 



Township. 




Hartford .. 

t< 

Hopewell . 
tt 

Jersey 

Liberty . . . 

Licking ... 
tt 

Lima 

tt 

Madison .. 
.« 

Mary Ann 
t« 

McKean . . 

4k 

Monroe . . . 
tt 

Newark . . . 

«« 

Newton ... 
tt 

Perry 

St. Albans 
t* 

Union 

tt 

Washington 

• 4 



Pottoffice. 



H. D. Payne 

Simon Shafer 

J. T. Bisset 

Samuel H. Henslee 

\V. S. Henthorne 

O. A. Pierson 

H. C. Longwell 

William A. Rusler 

C. Owen Clark 

Samuel H. Swartz 

David Mcintosh 

B. F. Sutherland 

Joseph Butler 

Eli ».Jliams 

Peter E. Snelling 

Frederick T. Hickman. 

William D. Barrick 

Samuel Smith 

D. W. Willison 

\V. S. Harding 

James R. Atcherly 

Andrew J. Crilly 

Charles E. Hoover 

E. F. Dush 

(f. H. Brown 

John E. W'ilson 

Maurice Watkins 

(). A. Brooks 

Thomas P. Jones 

Amos Atwood 

Charles W^eaver 

W. C Houser 



D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 



McBride 
Croton . 
Gratiot . 



Beech . . . . 
erscy . . . . 
ohnstown 



] 



Jacksontown 



Summit Station 

Pataskala 

N ewark 



Wilkins Run 

Hickman 

High Water 
Freedonia ... 
Johnstown .. 



Newark 






St. Louisville 

Perryton 

Reform ..-. 

Alexandria . . . 



L^nion Station 

Hebron^ 

St. Louisville 
Utica 



Expiration of 


Term. 


May 


5. 100 


• « 


9, 


190 


April 


21. 
23, 


190 
190 


«t 


15, 


190 


tt 


19, 


190 


Nov. 


29, 


190 


April 
May 


20. 
11. 


190 
190 


April 


27, 


190 


•t 


20, 


190 


(( 


25, 


190 


«« 


17, 


, 190 


it 


15, 


190 


<i 


22, 


190 


<c 


27. 


190 


44 


29. 


190 


(« 


28, 


, 190 


! Jan. 


16 


, 19C 


tt 


26, 


190 


April 


13 


, 190 


May 


8, 


, 19C 


April 


19, 

14 


, 19C 
, 19C 


1* 


29 


, 19C 


I* 


22 


, 19C 


*4 


20 


, 19( 


H 


20 


, 19C 


1 May 


1 


, 19f 


1 April 


15 


, 19( 


1 June 
1 July 


6 


, 19( 


2 


, 19( 



LOGAN COUNTY. 



Bloomfield 

tt 

Bokes Creek 

(I 

Harrison 

tt 

Jefferson 

tt 

Lake 

<< 

Liberty 

tt 

Mc Arthur 

tt 

Miami 

tt 

Monroe 

. •* 

Perry 

Pleasant 

t< 

Richland 

Rush Creek 

it 

Stokes 

ti 

Union 

Washington 

44 

a........ 

Zane 



O, P. Valentine. 
J. W. Becrline... 
S, L. Hall 

E. L. Hathaway. 
C. N. Biddle.... 
H. W. Cordrey.. 
T. H. Eaton 

F. O. Hockett... 

C. W. Polk 

Robert Dow .... 



D. J. Huben. 

R. N. 



D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
O. Liles ' D 






Jordan 

George F. Bailey... 
George M. Hoover. 

ohn Bimel 

H. McKinnie — 

V. Speece 

Henry D. Randall.. 

C. H. Tallman 

Z. Laporte 

William Skidmore . 

G. C. Naugle 

Reuben Martin 

David Watson 



G. \. Williams. 
E. Zimmerman 
Thomas Nickell 
Allen Pence . . . 

Grant Rose 

T. F. Kinnan... 
Menrv W^ Clay. 
M. D'. Ditzler... 
Henry Bell .... 
Harrison Cur! . 



R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
R 



Bloom Centre 



<t 
tt 



West Mansfield 

Ridgeway . ^ 

Bellefontaine ... 



Zanesfield . . . 
It 

Bellefontaine 
t< 

West Liberty 
It 

Huntsville . . 



De GraflF 

Quincy 

vVcst Liberty ... 

Pickreltown 

E^st Liberty 

West Mansneld , 

Logansville 

Ouincy , 

New Richland . . 
Belle Center .... 
Big Springs .... 
Rushsylvania ... 

Lake View 

New Hampshire 

Santa Fe 

Bellefontaine 

Lewistown 



Middleburg 



Jan. 


6 


! Oct. 


17 


April 


20 


tt 


17 


Aug. 


18 


May 


27 


n 


18 


tt 


9 


tt 


14 


April 


15 


May 


6 

7 


' .\pril 
.\iay 


19 


29 


44 


6 


April 


21 


Tan. 


25 


May 


9 


14 


7 


tt 


7 


tt 


7 


May 


9 


Aug. 


5 


44 


4 


.\pril 


20 


June 


3 


April 


20 
21 


tt 


21 


It 


24 


tt 


6 


! Tan. 
! May 


8 


20 


1 •* 


9 


1 April 


25 



;USTICES OF THE PEACE. 
LORAIN COUNTY. 



Townihlp. 


Nameofjuitlee. 


1 
1 


Poatoffice. 


Eipintlon of 






1 




Aug. 

May 
April 

May 

f 

if 

Ajrll 

V' 

Aprfl 


imi 








2: 

i 

» 

ta 

17 

sc 

ae 

i<i 

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1 
2? 








































































Ki^ion 

c^cy.-..^;:;::::::::::- 


BOl 






C>rjj9le 


i^'in-Ki^v-'-'-'--"- 


K 

5 
5 
1 

1 
S 

1 

i 


■tn 
























































st^^^ °ai?k 




























K"^f."»ibe'i.^'":::: 


































H^o"]! hi"'" 










Su.sU 


fS pf*".-.V„.,:::::: 


WellinRlon 


]Z 




Geoigc Hob"h'."*::.;::: 




Willington 


joni 



LUCAS COUNTY. 



Adam* 

fiiss'::;::;: 
°'^''" ::::::::: 

Pom Lawtenci . 
Richfield ..'.'.'.'.'.'. 

sprinpfidd":::::: 
sytvania .-:::::: 

WMhinBton' ".'.'.'. 
Wilerville ..'.'.'.'. 



[. Rowen... 

r?.'x;i. 



K. H. l.tihtratt. 
Charlr- F- Hirro 
Franklin Farmer 
Samurl Farmer .. 
Stephen Hflfrich 

I'eter RasRn 

John Walker 

U-. K. Chappie... 
Mo»e. It, Thomas 
Tiiorge W. Sifleei 



■J ";' 



Iward P. McCritchen. 











Svlva 










«'.■;; 


«5.:::::::::::::: 























K 

May' 

May 

April 

May 



110 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MAJ])ISON coun^ty: 



Township. 



Name of Justice. 




Exoiralion of 
Term. 



Canaan — 

Darby 

Deer Creek 






FairJfteld 

Jefferson 

Monroe 



Oak Run 
Paint . . . 



Pike 



Pleajvant . 
Range . . . 
Sornerford 



Stokes 
Union 



T. R. Arthur R 

C M. Hutt D 

Koss Mooney D 

William P. Andrews- R 

Tames Ryall D 

A. A. Peel D 

John Moore D 

\\'ilham A. Strain: R 

S. }L Edwards R 

John T. GregA, R 

Wallace W. Lewis R 

John C. Butler D 

Elmer Daughcrty D 

Earl Barnes j R 

James Clceland I D 

Samuel N. Ramsey I R 

.S. S; Robbins R 

R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
D 
R 



Ellsworth Bidwell ... 

John T. Burke 

John X. I'ord 

Reason G. Lauck 

L'mphrey Nicewamer 
Ephraim B. Eyler. . . . 
Charles F. Sttllwell.. 

L. T. Green 

Tohn McCartney 

Noah Thomas 



West Canaan 
t< 

Plain City .. 
Lafayette — 



April 



Biff Plain 

Liliy Chapel . . 
West Jefferson 



Nov. 
May 
April 



Resaca 

Plumwood 
Chrisman .. 
Wainut Run 
London .... 
Rosedalc 






<< 
It 



Mr. Sterling 

Sedalia 

Sornerford . 



South Solon 
II 

London 



May 

<• 

April 



May 
April 



26 
19 
18 
17 
12 
15 
25 
15 

3 

20 
18 

9 
18 
22 
18 
14 
25 
19 

1 

2 
14 
17 
11 
14 
29 
18 

7 



1901 

1902 
1901 
1902 
1902 
19t>2 
1903 
1902 
VM2 

vm 
iyi>3 

1901 
1903 
1902 
1901 
1908 
1901 
1908 
liKJ3 
1902 
1903 
1903 
1902 
190S 
1902 
1902 
1903 



MAHONING COUNTY. 



Austintown 

Beaver 

Berlin 



Boardman 
Canfield . . 



Coitsville 
«< 

Ellsworth 
II 

Goshen . 

Green . . . 
II 

Tackson 



• ••••' 



• ■ • • • 



Milton 
Poland 



Smith 

4 • 

Springfield 



David Andcreon I D 

George Harris ' R 

William Gcis I D 



C. 

A. 

H. 

1). 

H. 

A. 

A. 

W 

R. 

S. 

S. 

r 



A. 
\\. 
F. 
B. 
A. 
F. 

w. 

s. 

H. 
R 



.Snyder R 

Ley man ! R 

Yeagcr ■ D 



P 

n 
n 

R 

Wicks I R 

Dickson I D 

Gault (... 

Armstrong R 



Raymond, 
Manchester. 

Moore 

Begg^ 



Pceples. 
' Hahn, 



\villiam I, 

B. P. Bush 

Robert Russell ,. 
Herman H. T.ynn. 
A. L. Reichard — 
T. H. Davidson. 



R 
R 
D 
R 
D 
D 
R 

William Eiggett R 

R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 



Robert Van Auker. 
1. B. Hcacock, Jr. 

Simeon Card 

U. K. Miller 

f )badiah Peters . . . 
Henry Wire 



West Austintown 

Austintown 

New Buffalo 

North Lima 

Berlin Center ... 



April 



Boardman 
Canfield . . 



Coitsville 
II 

Ellsworth 



I May 
i June 
I May 

' April 

II 

<( 
II 
<( 

June 



Patmos ... 

Damascus 

Grcenford 



' May 

.1 •• 



North Benton ., 
North Jackson 

Milton ' 

Poland 

I-'jwellsville 

Struthers 

North Benton . . 

.Mliancc 

Petersburg , 

New Springiield 
New Middleton 



May 
Tuly 
May 
April 

I May 
I Tune 
i 'May 
I June 
, Dec. 
,[ May 



24 
20 
19 
20 
13 
13 
25 
24 
20 
27 
27 
24 



3 
4 

2«V, 

20 

12 

2 
13 
25 
16 
13 

7 
10 

5 
15 
18 



IflOt 

1902 
1902 
1908 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 



1901 
1903 
1902 
1902 
1901 
1903 
1903 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1901 
1903 
1901 
1902 
1903 



MARION COUNTY. 



Big Island 

Bowling (ireen 

« « 

• ••••• 

Claridon 

Grand 

Grand Prairie 

Green Camp 

Mnrifin 

Montgomery 



Daniel Clifton ' R 

Francis M. Drake ! D 

T. W. Frederick D 

A. T. Tones D 

W.'.V. Early R 

E. H. Day D 

William Carter R 

Anthony Parish R 

F. E. Burtsficld ' D 

Willis P>ilgcr ' D 

R 
D 
D 
D 



R. K. P.rad-ihaw 
Frank J. Kellcher.. 
C.iarles E. Gompf. 
E. C. Brady 



Espyville 
Ruth .... 
l.a Rue . . 



.'\delaide . . . 
Caledonia .. 
Cochranton 
Marseilles .. 

Marion 

Green Camp 



Marion 
Agosta 



April 
<i 

<i 

II 

I . 

May 

A|Tril 



<i 

<( 
<« 

it 



11 
10 
17 
17 
25 
1 
1 
,1 
24 
24 
16 
17 
17 
20 



1901 
1903 
1902 
1903 
1JK)2 
1902 
1001 
IWl 
P)02 
1901 
1903 
1901 
1<K)2 
190? 



JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 

UARION COUNTY.— ConclndBii 





NaiKoTJinticc. 


^ 


I'ojunk.-. 


i^ipi 


Mloaor 


MQBtapnwrY 






Ag«» 












ri'u»i 


oiST'isrlsS;;:::;:: 


^lai™ 


ii! lioi 


Sail HBck :::::;!:;::: 




IM, IIKlI 


Scolt 


K'^iinaJi'iek !;;;::::!:::!!. 
waidu :;;:::;:;;;::;:!:::: 


». IW 


Tuii, ■'.".'.";.■.".".■,■.'.■.■.".■.■.: 
Waldo":!"!;::;:::;:! 


Giorftc Weidcmaitr 

j»°mM M-'pAncii;;;:;;! 


ill ii«e 



MEDINA COUNTY. 



Medina ... 
MoMTllle': 



n\ 



H. K. (Miliclil 

[>. J. nolamon 



.. j. K. WaHi,.... 
. L I DaiiRlicrly 



*^/!? ii; 11 



;;is 



Uluinon 



MEIGS COUNTY. 

I D ])nr«'in . 
' n TI,-nil.„-li 



Campbell. .... 
ll,.n.l.rsuo..., 
Mtfiillmlgh 

tT McKnighl 
TasKarl 



. Wat' 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
MEIGS COUNTY— Concluded. 



TOHDlhlp. 


Name of Justice. 


1 








n-^'s'^lSr. ■:■::■:■ 


i 










4;- 

is 

Aj^l U 














































































1*02 



Black ^_Cr«lr 
Buller 

Dublin '.'.'.'.'. 
Franklin'*": 

Granville ".'.'. 
Hopewell '.'. 

Jefferson '.'.: 

Marion .'.'.'.'. 
Union ..'.'.'. 



MERCER COUNTY. 



Albnl Raiiabiugh... 

Jacob S, Keith.,.!!! 
R, Fl, Miller 






MIAMI COUNTY. 



Brandt , 
Phoneton 
Conovtr 



Charles Bechtol 

Samuel K. Fergus 

&?i.S^;:::::::: 

Alva^B, 'Camp'brli!!!!!!! 




iS't:'Ss:;!!!!!! 

Selh McColocn 

Frank A. Hardy 



\ig! 



I.ingharasburff r April, 

Tipnecanoe City |; 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



U3 



MONROE COUNTY. 



'TDwwAiip. 




Adams 

t* 

Benton 

M 

Bethel 

4* 

Center 



FriAklin 
Green .. 



Jackson 



«• 



Malaga 



Ohk> 

«« 

Perry 
•t 

Salem 






Seneca 

44 

Summit 

•• 

Sun»bury . . 
(t 

Switzerland 
•• 

Washington 
t< 

Wayne 



PMtnffice. 



Expiration of 
Term. 



Charles M. Blowers...., 

Jacob A. Pfalzgraf 

l^.ugust Meyer 

Simeon Hill 

G. M. Lindemood 

Isaac Fleming 

D. E. Yost 

F. M. Beard 

Adam Miracle 

William M. Williams.. 

S. P. Luthy 

C. U. Dieters 

Thomas M. Shores 

Jackson Haught 

James M. Goddard 

John McAngus 

Charles E. liolly 

M. L. Slusher 

I. B. Carleton 

M. D. Potts 

TI. T. Muhleman 

Thomas Murphy 

T. T. Hobbs 



W. A. Sturceon 

George E. Topp 

James W. Warner 

Joseph Beidenbach 

John F. EsLgtT 

B. F. Butt 

C. A. Webb 

I). G. Workman 

I). K. Huhacber 

William B. Starkey 

T. .\. Way 

G. W. English 

G. C). Dougherty 

H. II. Ttimer 



R 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
l> 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 



Cameron 

t « 

Jolly ... 



Svcamore Valley 

Nlarr 

Woodsficld 



Stafford 

Latngs 1 

Round Bottom . 

Fly 

Sardis 

Fly 

Sardis 



MUtonsfcttrg 

Jerusalem 

Duffy 

Hannibal ... 
(ireenbricr . 

Antioch 

Cameron . . . 
Clarington . 

Doherty 

K.uhn 

Calais 

I-ewisvillc .. 
Beallsvillc . 



I 



xXpril 
May 



Oct. 
April 



May 

<i 

April 

<t 
<< 
i< 

<4 
«l 
<l 

May 

t< 

<« 

April 
Sept. 
.^pril 
ay 



1^ 



Switxer 

Bingham 

Gray^ville 

Keinards Mills 

Kdwina 

Woodsficld 



April 
June 
April 
May 

• • 

.April 

May 

<t 

April 



24, 


1901 


18, 


1903 


7, 


1902 


7, 


1902 


27, 


1901 


29 


1903 


17. 


1!K)3 


24, 


UHW 


24, 


1WI2 


30 


1901 


2, 


\m3. 


7, 


1902 


SI8 


, 1903. 


24 


1903 


16 


1908 


28 


1903 


19 


1903 


25 


, 1902 


ti 


, 1902 


8 


, 1902 


5, 


, 1902 


11 


, 1902 


M 


, 1903 


8 


, 1902 


29 


, 1908 


4 


, 1903 


8 


, 1902 


28 


, 1008 


11 


, v.m 


6 


, 1903 


18 


, 1901 


4 


, 1908 


9 


, 1902 


30 


, IJ>03 


96 


, 1901 


4 


, 19<»3 


12 


, 19«r2 


^ 


, 1903 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Butkr 

M 
«( 

Day 

I* 

Dayton 

German 

«< 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Ma4ison 

Mad River'.*!!!.*!!!!!! 

Miami i 

Ferry i 

(• 

Mandolph 

Van Buren 

Washington i 

** 

Wayne 



\ 



Tkomas Shafer , 

Aiucrt Anspach 

W. B. Hatton 

toscph H. Cloppert 

'^Kphraim SomtTb 

F.cc Marked' 

ohji W. McKe<n\n.... 

A'onidas S. Crickmore. 

Adam Frank 

Abraham Wombold 

T. F. Lonjfcneckcr 

A. F. Gilbert 

( icorgf W. Eck 

D. M, .Sanger 

Isaac Kams 

( icorge M . Bcggs 

tfohn E. Barnes 

1*. K. Furnas 

Lewis H. Zehring 

.Alonzo Michael 

H. A. Borden 

Jacob L. Repn 

(leorgc W. Wogamon.. 

L. .\. Albert 

Robert T. Kdlcy. 

William n. Le Fc 
John T. Browne. 

Bernie Dill 

Edwin R. Bond. 
Warren Darst . . . 



evrc. 



D 
D 
R 
I) 
U 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 
1) 
D 
I) 
D 
R 
R 
D 
1) 

n 

R 
R 

r> 

D 

1> 

R 

D 
R 
R 



Chaniberhijurg 
Vandalia 



Center . . . 

B rook V ill c 
Dayton ... 



Gcrmantown 

• ■ 

Dayton 



Farmersvillc 

Ellcrton 

Liberty 

Trotwood 

Mummavtllc 

Dayton. Box ft02. 
Box 043. 



.Mexandersvillc 

P^rmont 

New Lebanon 

Clayton 

Englewood 

Dean 

Dayton 

Centreville 



Englewood 

Dayton. Fishburg Box 



May 


2 


, 1902 


June 


6 


, 1002 


April 


'^~ 


, 1903 


May 


27 


, 1902 


• • 


1 


, V.m 


April 


10 


, IWM) 


17 


, 1900 


• • 


11 


, 1{K)2 


«• 


12 


, 1!>02 


it 


19 


, 11X11 


Dec. 


f) 


, 19<I3 


• • 


2 


, 1901 


May 


9 


, 11M»2 


April 


10 


IIKX) 


14 


IIKH 


May 


23 


1!X)2 


April 


8 


li»02 


•i 


14. 


HK)3 


Oct. 


fi 


IJKH 


April 


20 


1?M)2 


« f 


17 


HH>2 


May 


4. 


VM)$ 


«« 


2 


1900 


April 


20, 


1!M)H 


16. 


19<)1 


May 


19. 


lfX)2 


April 


2fi. 


lf»03 


May 


7. 


!!«>.'{ 


11 


3. 


am 


April 


19, 


1903 



"^DeeMmed. JomeA Medford4Pppohited. 

t Removed from township. Andrew Portney apx>ointcd. 

X Resigned. Cyrus McIIugh appointed. 
8 S. S. 



114 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Townihip. 



Name of Justice. 



£ 



Pottoffice. 



'Bloom 

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Bristol ...v. 
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Center 

Decrfield ... 

Homer .... 

Jtfalta ..!!!! 

4( 

.Aianchester 
<< 

■Marion .... 
«< 

-.Meiffsville . 

.Morgan — 

•Penn 

Union 

«< 

(< 
Windsor . . . 

<< 
-York ....... 

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Samuel O. Robb 

James W. Monroe 

John B. Roberts 

John W. Parminter... 

N. C. Chapman 

O. W. Keith 

Alexander McCall 

E. B. Pettit 

John Berry 

Charles Bishop 

Alfred A. Porter 

C. B. Coulson 

J. W. Kuntz 

P. M. Walters 

T. C. Fisher 

W. T. Smith 

C. W. Kidd 

S. R. LiRhthizer 

George H. Black 

James A. Patterson... 

F. R. Porter 

LF. Dougan 
Vv. Sands 
wis Thompson 

J. H. Davis 

Thomas A. Wilson.... 

L. L. Robinson 

John T. McDermott... 

C. J. Weaver 

Jacob L. Zeinsmeister 



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Rokeby Lock 



Rowland .... 

Bristol 

Farley 

Moscow Mills 
Morgansville 
Triadelphia . . 

Joy 

Bishopville . . 
Malta 



Wood Grove 
Reinersville 
Chester Hill 



Meigsville .... 

Nceley ville . . . 

McConnelsvilie 
<t 

Pennsville .... 



Morgansville 
Rosseau . . . . 
Ringgold . . . 
Roxbury . . . . 
Stockport . . . 



Expiration of 
Term. 



Nov. 
Aoril 
May 

April 

May 

April 

May 

April 

May 

«< 

April 

May 

April 

June 

April 

May 

April 






Deavertown 
Durant .... 



May 

I April 
I Mav 
>« 

April 



16 
22 
11 
15 
28 

6 
10 
15 
25 

9 
27 
25 
22 
17 
20 

3 
15 

1 
14 

1 

16 
15 
22 

2 

7 
25 

1 

20 
15 
15 



1901 
1901 
1908 
1908 
1901 
1908 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1908 
1900 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1901 
1902 
1901 
1908 
1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1902 
1908 
1902 
1902 
1903 
1901 
1901 



MORROW COUNTY. 



^Bennington 

it 

Canaan 

«« 

'Cardington 

<« 

<< 

«t 

•Chester 

If 

Congress 

Franklin 

ti 

'Gilead 

<< 

Harmony ' 

t* 

Lincoln 

Korth Bloomfield — 

Perry 

<< 

Peru .'..'.'..'.'.'.'..'.'..... 

*i 

South Bloomfield — 

• . a « 

Troy 

Washington 

44 

Westficid ...".!!!!!'.!! 

44 



{v 



E. C. Stewart 

E. M. Royce 

Thomas Ewers 

Gilbert Martin 

Lewis Queen 

C. K. Clifton 

Addison Sharp 

Charles W. Benedict.... 

W. Condon 

H. Dalrymplc...;... 

Jacob B. Garverick 

Arthur S. Hcrshncr 

George P. Markley 

Milton Grove 

S. T. Bush 

•A. T. Goorley 

Tudson Tones 

Wayne McCracken 

Sanford D. Powell 

Thomas Harris 

D. K. Mitchell 

E. S. Snyder 

C. F. Graham 

Wilh'am Martin 

Jacob Hickson 

Elmer D. Floyd 

B. C. Smith 

. C. Duncanson 

. A. Aooleman 

ames F. Quay 

B. Nelson 

E. M. Conklin 

T. J. Currcn 



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Pagctown . 
Marengo . . 
Marits .... 
Caledonia . 
Cardington 



Chestervillc 



Whetstone ( 

Andrews 

Chcsterville 

Pulaskiville 

Edison 

Mt. Gilead 

Marengo 

Penlan 

Fulton 



Corsica 

Shauck 

Wood view ... 
Stauntontown 
Fargo ....... 

Marengo . . . . , 

Sparta , 

Bloomfield . . . 

Troy , 

Iberia 

St. James ... 
Westfield ... 
Cardington 



May 

<4 

June 
April 



May 

4< 
44 

June 
May 

44 

April 

May 

^April 



May 
April 
Nov. 
April 

44 

Majr 

April 

June 

April 

Aug. 

April 

May 



9, 1908 
11, 1903 
24, 1901 
14, 1902 
26, 1901 

19, 1902 
7, 1908 
7, 1903 
7, 1902 

11, 1902 

10, 1903 

11, 1903 
14, 1902 

20, 1903 
17, 1902 

12, 1902 

16, 1902 

17, 1902 

14, 1902 
9, 1903 

20, 1902 

15. 1901 

14. 1902 

15, 1901 
26, 1901 
12, 1902 

19, 1902 
28, 1903 

20, 1902 

1. 1901 
19, 1902 

2, 1901 
11, 1903 



Adams 

44 

Blue Rock ! 

M 

Brush Creek 



MUSKINGUM COUNTY. 



Georpe W. Bell.. 

H. C. Smith 

E. McDonald ... 
James M. Ward. 
('Corge S. Fitz. 



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W. H. Blaney t D 



Adamsville 

<4 



McDonald . . . , 
Duncans Falls 
Zanesville ..., 
Dillon 



• Removed from township. William TI T.-rr'ard appointed. 



April 21. 1901 



April 
May 



21. 1903 

21, 1903 

7, 1902 

7, 1902 



SatCritk'..'. 
Sprinifield . 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
MUSKINGUM COUNTY — Concluded. 



Lbsclci UuJEley 
I. a. McFarLin 

John H. Woiff.. 
S. H. Iliughman 
J. N. Sandi.... 
L)ivid Uonilicld 

FrB^i'lIi Price" 
John \V. t;.rr«ll 
W. 11. Piiher... 



SS:.S 



J, H. Lynn 

F. II. F. Ecbcn... 

Ralph Rcthcl 

W. P. Willicc 

(leofge T. Hinsy... 

J. F. Kidgcway 

llenry J. Ilullir..,, 
Jacob BnrriM 

*?."h. McDauFdill 
M. V. nulling,..., 
W. G. TnicidtU... 
Israel A. Pelty 

if. L. Co«H.!::!!! 
F. E. Wilaon 



j, F. fimrtlt... 
T. J. Hukill.... 
C L. Sbroircr... 



New Concord . 
llopeivel] 

Frueyaburg ... 



April tS, l«as 



NOBLE COUNTY, 





























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OKoh Diniord 


















F. B. Whoolery 












W. T. McDonald 




> Keiigacd, A. W 







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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

OTTAWA COUNTY. 



Towiuhip. 


Ninifof Ju»H(». 


1 


Pnloffice. 


Kipirationof 


Alljn 


Jolm U, llan,cn 


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A^il 

May 

Apil 


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tt:i-Kai.::::::: 


Loeua l^>illl 








ci«y 


C«.wl» 1,IW 










\\ill.am llrrttteck 












In. 


LaC»ni« - 












Portage 


















North Bao Island 

(■w-in-Baj 








M, 11103 



PAULDING COUKTY. 

D. M. Milhollud.. 



«toB "^c/i^ 



■ m .\*''i>hiliLiii 
:!l Randolph . 



fiton .. 
Melrose 



rs.- 



LlRgHI 

h Honilii 



Vauldintt ... 



PERRY COUNTY. 



Btarfield .. 
















Coal ....": 








































Jackson ... 
















Monday^ Ct 
Monroe ... 
I'ike ....'.'■'. 


■ck 






Reading '.'. 

































\. R. DeLong... 
rh<jn.a» J. Smiih. 

\lonso Carr 

ICdward Call 

I. I. Brown 

[oshua Sowers .. 
:. A. Daniwn.... 
?. P. Mwhling... 



I. L. Younkcr I n 

\V. H. Coorge I n 

(i. P. Tharo : R 

!.i Utrl riavir K 

E. M. llraddoek I R 

Tom <). CroH«n R 

E. E. RIckeit ' R 

E. L, Arnold 1 l> 

Janm HendccMD I H 

b. O. Urunnw O 

John Ervin D 

John McCoy I R 

ippainled. 



!— Le«ingion 
oiabuli 






;;! x;.. 



— . 1903 



NnnoB 
PebU« . 






JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
PICKAWAY COUNTY. 



Tonablp. 


vmrat Jyiitla. 


1 

1 


Poitoflce. 


BsplrBtlnn of 


<:*»*r«" 


L, A. M. TwirilligeT... 


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April 
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s.''''F"'Rid«r«r.°::::: 

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Aiuih llloomficld 


s. iwa 










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\Vtlmt ''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'-'-'. 




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PIKE COUNTY. 



jabu'(;nf^m<i"!!! 



k1 

if, 



CalfnH 

PORTAGE COUNTY, 





















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Apr 




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Apr 



I >5" 



Liberty . 



KEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

PORTAGE COUNTY— Concluded. 



Townihlp. 


NtmeofJostlM. 


1 


PMioffice. 


EiplratloD of 


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R 






































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May t 
M'iy 1 








s 














Randolph 








William H. Bettes 










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Gid«nSejmour 
















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fieorg* W. Fritch 












T. L. Pennock 




1903 



PREBLE COUNTY. 





?am'efM"K'^"c^'";:::: 


S 

i 

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s 

s 

ii 

1 


















vvBt Elkion"::::: 


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Oralis 


Thoma. I'si/bbs 

G. W, M. Bookwalter. , 


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El'borado '.'.'. 

West Manchester ., 


:::::! ^SV' 
::::: ^^n 




Monroe 


Isaac Miller 

Joscpli S; Rennetl 

s'cbaslian Deem ..'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Slanlcv 11, Fooi 

Levin F. Siephen 


1 








Eaton 







PUTNAM COUNTY. 



. William M. Fisher 



i Hu!hm"re 



. C. W. Kieffer. 



BnUer . 



Jeffcrion ■■ 

Midlton . . 

Hifflin ..'.'. 

Monroe":: 

P*rry ..'.'.'. 
Plymoulh . 

Sanduikr : 



Sprin^cld . 



Bucktkin . 
Coltrain . . 
Concdrd '.'. 
Decrfield ". 

Fruktin .'. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
PUTNAM COUNTY—Concluded 



TOwnihip. 


NuDCoTJutke. 


1 


Ptnloffiec. 


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NorfhoiJk: ■:::■: 
SL-Grov^-:;;::::. 

Kaiid. :;:;::::',::: 

Columbui Grove 


April ii 

:; ** 

iisf,- ii 

:AEril » 
















Thoni.1 J. mdwig 

I \v." D^wihlrr.*!:::::' 

i F Si.ufl'tr 1 

Frank Login 

Brsndon D- Hickw.... 


iw* 










IWtt 






Snpu-_Cr«k 







RICHLAND COUNTY. 

C. S. Hunl*r ; D i Kiv« .... 

John T. French , D ' " .... 

\V. S. Murry D ' Adirio ... 



R. K. McCrtckcn 



lam*. A. Price 

Tamet R. Ifoward 

Iamc9 K. Kichardion... 
Mircui McDermoII 



iitorge"". ■Mo--ef4.':. 

I.. It. F,van« 

K. K. Trauger 

M. W. (iriffitli 



lohn'F. Cert 
John J. Ch.1 
A, A. Foi... 
Jacob Zeiltcr 
ionathan Kn 
T R. Stinloi; 



t s'he'lb^ 



ROSS COUNTY. 



John F. Maag... 
tFIoyd Lockharl 
John W. Wilkini 
Noah Coyner ... 



Franklin Spangler R 

Tame* Rennelt D 

Isaac McKitlrick D 



rorae W. Cox 

if Free 

■RcilKDcd. R. H. Jamiacin appointed. 
tReaixued. Jacob Kocb ippolnted. 



Snulh Sale 
Lyndon ... 
[raliaville . 





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1! 






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1 ■■^E"' 


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M 

u 

IS 

1 






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' Sepl. 


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1 Ma? 


T 






> April 


i 





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2S 




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1 


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Arril 


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-.:;;;:;::;;:;:■ nee, 

: April 


a 


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120 



REPORT OF SECftBTABY OrF STATE. 



R08S COUNTV— CouclttdBd. 



Towiulrip. 


Nftmeof justice. 


• 

& 


i^itoflhw. 


BxpitwtifiiL of 
Term. 


Paint 


J. A. Brown 

H- (.). Lease 


R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 


FruitcWe Aoril 25. 1008 


paxton 


Uainbridfire 


May 8. 1901 


<* 


J. G. Whitaker 




Nov« 24, 19M 


« 


Charles E. Snyder 

Delay F. Goldtierry 

Franc F'. Uector; 


«< 


April 25, 1908 


-Scicyto 


ChiHicoth« 


IS. 1901 


M 


<* 


9, 1902 


»« 


Frank G. Mattox 

Toseoh Smith ....• 


« 


7, 19W 


^Drinflrfiela 


*• 


May 2. 1901 




Shepherd Stauffer 

Amor D. Frazee 

Tohn E. MtKiimey 

John W. Rea 


Boumeville 


April 25, 1908 
^* 22, 1901 


Twin 


t4 


• »■ 


" 20, 1961 


44 


Nipgen 


May 2, 1908 



SANDUSKY COUNTY. 



Ballville 

• •• 

Fremont . . . . 

Green Creek 

It 



Jackson . . . . 
«< 

MadisoB . . . 

Rice 

<< 

Riley ".'.'.'.'.'. 
-Sandusky . . 
Scott 

n 

Townsend . . 
t< 

\Vashing(ton 
•t 

AVoodvillc . . 



York. 
<« 



Lucian Xcff 

F. M. Bauman... 
Lorenzo Dick . . . 
George Englcr ... 

B. F. Rogers.... 

T. B. Spraguc 

A. G. Terrin 

J. W. Blackman.. 

:a. M. Kluts 

W. S. Bair 

A. P. Johnson — 
Moses Waggoner 

C. C. Gaun 

John J. K 
John Brugi 



rass. 



igger 

amucl B. Snyder. 



Z. Ross . 

Albert S. Myers — 

osiah Zimmerman. 
IL Fowler 

ohn White 



¥ 



foseph Waggoner 
L W. Brenneman. 



fohn F. Nicman, 
\V. Sandavisch. 

C. Cook 

G. W. Parker.... 



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D 
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R 



Fremont 



Clyde 



Green Springs 

Burgoon 

Fremont 

Rollersville . .. 
Gibsonburg .. 
Fremont 



Clyde .. 
Fremont 



Rising Sum 

Faith 

Vickery . . . 

Teems 

Hessville . 
Lindsct|r . . 
Wood^ille 



April 






Bellevtie 
Clyde .. 



May 
April 



May 

April 

May 

April 

<« 

May 
April 



«< 
(< 
«( 
<« 

M 



80, 1901 

2», IMS. 

20, 1901 

20. ISOS 

18. 1901 

18» 1901 

1. 1909 

16. IMO. 

20. iset 

30, 1908 

15, 1001 

26, 1901 

i4« laoi 

20, 1908 

29. 19dS 

30, 19QS. 
14, 1901 

1, 1002 

27, laoi 
20, 1993 
20, 1908 
20, loot 

28, loot 
2ft. 1901 
25. 1901 

16, 190a 



SCIOTO COUNTY. 



Bloom 



Brnsh Creek 



Clay 



•Green .. 
Harrison 



Jefferson 
i« 

Madison 

<« 

^Morgan , 
.Xile .... 



Porter. 



Rarden 



Rush . 
<< 

Union 
<< 

Valley 



N. L. Searl 

J. B. Jackson 

Sumner B. Jones 

L G. Freeman 

Frank C. Atkins 

T. J. Haney 

M.' T. Stewart 

Harry Beatty j D 

Andrew Purtee R 



R 

R 
D 
D 
R 
R 
R 



W. H. Clark R 

Vernon R. Barrett D 

William Shonkwiler R 

Tared Spriggs D 

John \\ . Tackson R 

John L. 55ampson R 

Joseph Crabtree R 

Daniel F. Crabtree R 

William K. Pnntenney.. R 

W'. D. Easter D 

Henry Lockhart R 

T. G. Basham ! D 

T. E, Jenkins I W 

K L. Hacquard i R 

James N. Kates^ I D 

E. O. Foster ! D 

A. J. Hill I R 

Frank M. Mc Daniels 1 R 

.Alfred Cooper I R 

T. H. (iarvin ' D 

A. C. Turner I R 

.Adoniiah Crain I R 



Vernon George W. Smith 



R 



South Webster 
Hales Creek .. 
Otway 



Portsmouth 



New Boston , . 
Powellsvillc .. 
Harrison Mills 

Lilly 

Waits 

Galford 

Lucasville .... 
Wallace Mills 

Flat 

Bear Creek . . . 

Crabtree 

Pond Run 

Huena Vista .. 

Pond Run 

Sciotoville 

Wheclersburg 
Rarden 



Dry Run 

Rushto^'n 

Crabtree 

Lombardville 
Lucasville . : 



Lvra 



May 


• 6. 


1902 


n 


n. 


vm 


<( 


13. 


1902 


tt 


12, 


1903 


(« 


10. 


1902 


• ( 


29, 


1902 


<< 


14, 


1903 


(( 


16, 


1903 


i< 


27. 


1902 


May 


2, 


1902 


<< 


12, 


1903 


April 
May 


25, 


1901 


24, 


1903 


i( 


-io. 


1909 


<< 


12, 


1908 


April 


16, 


inoi 


June 


s. 


1903 


April 


16. 


1902 


• « 


15, 


1902 


Mav 


12, 


1003 


-April 


15. 


1901 


May 


12, 


1908 


t< 


15, 


1903 


(< 


16, 


1903 


«i 


26, 


1908 


n 


6. 


1902 


41 


18, 


1908 


<l 


18. 


1901 


<( 


21, 


1908 


<C 


19, 


1908 


(< 


22, 


1903 


<« 


13, 


1902 



Bib Sprlns . 



LilMrty ' 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
SCIOTO COCNTV— Ccwchidtdi 





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1 

I 


PoatoOn- 








B 

i 


Ponsn 


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WT- - - 




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SEVECA COUNTY. 



dinj 

enJitT... 



!i;ii 



A. J. Lo-Mwar 

J, T. WiJlwr 

IJcfbrrt ftuoa 

Jaiper Pillkr* 

Uurton U. BaDitar«.. 



Uhulci L*)- 

Chulci A»b 

William K. LMihaw.... 

E. I,. McDuEc 

William C. Raienb«>fr 



uTdS 


Spring 1 








iKInS" ■:::::::: -1 















SHELBY COUNTY. 



Clinton 




Cynriiiin 








Fr«nklm 


Augu. 


SSSL::::::::::: :: 


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oran«B :::;::;::;:.:: 


;?^ 


Prrry 


k fc 


TurtltrCrKli'^^'!!!'!! 


& 




Wishingion ".'.[['M'.'. 





tes 



u. lets 























«■"' I-o* ' 




















STARK COUNTY. 



Btlhlch 


m 
















*ph CaTm;i1it 








UcV^on 










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ssjLSisr 



Covtnlry 

Cuyohogil Pall 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

STARK COUNTY— Concluded. 



Townahip. 


Nameorjuitlcc. 


i 
I 


Poitoffice. 


Expiration of 
Term. 




E ■ E S th 


! 




11 1001 








Max, W 
























Nonh Lawrence 




J-cxinpon 


















Marlboro 1 ;;' 21 

Xe«- Mltiniori*'!!!!!"!!; " X 

■••"''■""• ::::;::::::::::: *«"' 1! 






















1 
I 








Omaburg 




MaplMoD 

Osnabur- 


M.^y 10 


1901 
IBW 












•"■^ ::::::::::::::::: 


Pitree 

North Industry 


IDOi 




-•* ""lin -.. M.y 9 

^Siiie-:;:::::::::::;::' ■■ \ 

Waynesburgh U"'"' « 

April 19 

;S3!,.n':::::::::::::::::i >,;, !S 






ohn Diehl ., , D 

:iayton -Schoner 1 D 

'm/duel *R. "spMk".;:! R 
Andrew J, R«« R 














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inni 






H 












Frecburgh 


1901 



SUMMIT COUNTY. 



•Elberl J. Hard 

Jacob H. Campbell, 
Vincem llelblinK ... 



, rt.i,Und::: 



Ceorge Forbes ... 
H. K McConnell- 
John .McNamara , 
John C. Wiser.... 
\V. F. Coleman... 



I William H. ,\lar*h i 

. S. A. Collins I 

' A. J. Brown r 

I loAnship. John R. Vatigliai 













Copley 


::;;;[ T 




Cuyahoga Falls |; 




Inland ; Apr 













F.. Richfield 



FoirlCT . 



Liberty . 



JUSTICES OK THE PEACE, 

TRUMBULL COUNTY. 



N. .\, loKdrry R 

H. !l. H« 

ta. Mc.Adoo..... 
Wight V. Smith. 
Auniilu. Elwcll . 
l!o6tri L, Tafi... 
Martin I. Ilarb... 

I, !'. Lvman 

Kiigar SlcCunnrll 
F. ^l. McKay 

).' I'i.' Shriit.crd:;!! 



I'. 1. Morey 

C. K. Hobsnn.. 



Thomu &*ain 
C D. (^mirtrH- 
S. fl. Citmn . . 



A. i: KiHR 

11, J. Wircox.,,. 

■■'.'".'Iliccfurc!! 

n. J. While 

I- r, Ilaughlon. 

i: !l: IliS™:;;: 



rh»tle» C. Huh 



TUSCARAWAS 



J./tfph ir. HoMdlei 
NichelM Moatas ... 
! Chritliu C«rber .... 
Jtmtt M..Halcly... 



FriBlilin , 
Goihtn .'. 



ir»Mville April 

IrislQlvillc 'V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. _■■ 

haron, I'a '.'.V.'.'.V.'.\V.'.'.'.: April 

.u™i.if ,.:.■.';!.'.';.■.':.■.:;;■ May 

i'r« harmingion'!!!.'!!!.' April 

iSSSs'::;::;:;;::;:;:' ^='- 

)il«orth Dec. 

E3K;"'1,::::::: :: S 

i'nmn I .May 

i.».,d-:;;;:;:::;;;:;:;:;Je' 
.h»^^..i»v:::::::::::::!^rt, 

iifftl • ' Aprii 

!.'!!;.'.'!;.','."!.'.';' May 

*>,.! Mtcca ■ April 

i<.*ion Fall) '!";;:;;:;!;i May 

oulhinglon , April 

lurRhill ....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ^'."'.' .\pr\t 

,Mvi».i*>«rih' " : : : : : : , ^^* 

lilr. ..\'.\'.'.'.'.\'.'.\'.'.\'.'.'.\'.\ April 

MinerarRidgi;:::;:::;::: ■■ 

COUNTY. 

Rag<r>villa I May 

Bailie '.!!!!!!'.!!!'.!!! April 

Fiat I Mi» 

Baltic April 

Ragt^^ville ■ " 

Cnadenliimtn 1 May 

Sivenu™ ; April 

Canal Dovtr ;; 

Somirdalt [..'.I'.'.'.'.'.]'.'.'.'.'. May 

Nev,- Cumberland'"":!!!' " ^■" 

Slranburg ; |; 

Nen- Philad»lphi'»"!!!!!!!!l '■ 

■■ I May 

I April 

SlonccrppL : ^- 






REl'ORT OF SECRETARV OF STATL, 
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY — Concluded. 



im, 



■ 




Darby :;::::::::: 










^ "^^^^ 




Lib«ty 








Union 




Yojk ;:::::.;, 



t-^'J's' 



I W. EdI. 
Tlicniai P. I 



C»d«a1!ader . 



SandTville . 






rtaarlo F. Man 
Gcotse Miller . 
J. W. HKln... 

i_ C. Monroe.. 

S. S. Sigler 

ticorgr MiUer .. 
J. \V. Hick!.... 



VAN WERT COUNTY. 



' Re«lEaed. John 



:e S. Duraen.. 
im FoiKT .... 

r J. lidKWa. 

r Shtem 

;e I,. K"t.il>M. 
ini H, Nicmlei 

ippointed. 1 



April 21, IMl 
















Biackbmd 

New Pbiladeiphia ... 

NTV. 

Xurth LnriAara ... 

SXS?.,;;;;:;;:: 

Kichwood 


::::IS^; 




Ku<l> Creek 

Arbella 

Y.r. ci','!""'" 


;;;::sg' 


MaRnetic SpTiag>' April 






C°lSt,,'V ".'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'. 







-■'.>M 


l^Xln-enVer-;:::;: 


..j.Hril 


llyh-ilia 


, ,' May 

■ ■' ll^n 






.... 1 ■■ 



iiiiV!;;!!: 
























en 







jsigned. Ceorj* Catptn 



Harlan . 



iBdcpcndi 



JUSTICES OF THE PE.VCE. 

VINTON COUNTY. 





NktDCOfJuStlCC. 


8 

1 


PMtOffiCt. 


EapicBiiDD of 


BtOWB ... 

OinlMl '.'.'. 




Cluulo M. Bitot 


1 


Surr July 2J 

ll»".din*'CM,'on ^"'''' M 

i^i.-'Mi,'i;'":::::::;;:::;:' ;; « 

McArthur . ^.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.^'.^ " !i 

!!"■ M»y 21 


VM 






Bamio'n"! 


iohtr[{>lk "::'.'.. '.:..: 


!'.<"» 






D Slrfla '■ » 

D Ural May 

R siwTiy ;; tc 

B ^""'■::;:::;::r::::::: >.;, ^ 

R HJwk- ' .April M 

R Wilki.villT " U 










Kniw .... 
lluUton': 


^qM^e 


!«" 








Smu 

Wilk»vilie 


John & HrVrr 

'feS^::::::: 

i;rV^£^Z:;;:: 





WARREN COUNTY, 

Julin II. Illake 



lU'lhufl Cavolt .. 

tvank J."'!rili>r^w' 
Aaron R. ChanJIe: 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



vtii&l.,™.-: 6 

IIt:nrv ITiillip* '' P Itriiit- . 

\V, f. Scot.: ; 1> CulW . 

J. k. Bdl ■ l> Ijymji 

(;. I,. Malthtw. I D «»n«l_ 

r-rmgr Tniittner. Sr....' I) Stiml«v.llf 

W. fi. H«iJI«ltm n Nrw .\laia; 

B, K. Folfer, 
I,. H. Writ,... 





..„, Ap,ri. 


-5 




...1 l>«. 






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126 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY — Concluded. 



Township. 



Name of Justice. 




Expiration of 
Term. 



L.udluw 
34 arietta 



Muskingum 
Newport . . . 



<< 
Palmer 



Salem 

it 

Warren . . . 
Waierford . 

<4 

Watertown 






Wesley 



Baughman 



<< 
<< 



Canaan . 

Chester . 
<< 

Chippewa 



•< 



'Clinton 



4( 



Con^] 



ress 



East Union .. 



Franklin 

<( 

Green 

(< 

Milton • 

n 

Paint 

<« 

Plain .ll'.'.'.y.'. 

Salt Creek .*..! 
(t 

Sugar Creek . 
<• 

Wayne ... 



Wooster 



Brady 

Bridgewater 
. <« 

Center 

«< 

Florence . . . 
Jefferson . . . 
Madison . . . 



• «-•••■< 



C. W. Richards 

N. E. Kidd 

}. E. Ash^ntorn 

Thomas McDermott 

. J. Rech 

oseph Jurden 

ohn Butler 

. M. Collett 

H. Rca 

M. F. Hickman 

H. L. Pugh 

C. D. Hazen 

O. Dutton 

allace £. Denning — 

Chris Emge 

Allen Nickerson 

James Hicicman 

E. W. Buchanan 

John Quinn 

H. M. Foreman 

William H. Underwood. 
C. M. Heald 



^ 



Flints Mills 
Steel Run . 
Marietta . . . 



4< 



Murphy 
Newport 



Layman .... 
Wolf Creek . 
Lower Salem 

Whipple 

Constitution 
Churchtown 

Swift 

Coal Run ... 
Watertown . 
Churchtown 
Watertown 
Bartieti 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



Henry Winger 

R. T. Douglas 

Levi Neiswanger 

Charles A. Tenny 

D. E. Bowers 

D. W. McGuire 

Lewis Rapp 

George W. Barkhamer. 

C. n: Marshal 

Jonas T. Frase 

Michael Booth 

James K. Reynolds 

John Dailey 

Joseph Gindelsperger... 

L. V . Patterson 

David C. Cook 

A. B. Mackey 

Samuel Moore, Jr , 

Stephen M. Henry 

Thomas J. Teeple , 

Miner R. Godard , 

H. S. Elliott 

E. H. Earl 

J. J. Schlafly 

Samuel Snyaer 

W. M. Mellinger 

0. J. Kcan 

A. J. Howenstine 

M. L. Stophlet 

C. J. Harrold 

1. B. Douglas 

Johti (;. Elliott 

Fred Heim 

Lewis Bolus 

R. C. Sweeney 



R 
R 
R 
R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 



D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 



Marshalville 
Burton City 
Orrville .... 
Creston .... 
Canaan .... 
Wooster . . . 
LattasDurgh 
Doylestown 

Easton 

Clinton 

Shreve 



Buroank ... 
West Salem 
Orrville ... 
Apple Creek 
Mooreland . 



Smithville 

Orrville 

Rittman 

Sterling 

Mt. Eaton 

West Lebanon 

Plain 

Blachlyville ... 
Fredericksburg 

Dalton 



Madisonburg 
Wooster 



WILLIAMS COUNTY. 



June 

ApJil 
<< 

May 

«« 

<« 

April 
Nlay 



Tune 
May 

April 



May 
Apri 
May 
Ap " 
Ma 



April 
May^ 

April 



Ap^ril 



Mill Creek 



Ellsworth Degraff 

E. C. Orton 

Henderson H. Moore. . . 

Jeremiah Drake 

Augustus Warren 

•John A. Brown 

John Aller 

William Huffman 

H. E. Batterson 

Frederick W. White 

H. A. Apt 

{ohn Orewiler 
f alcolm 2>mith 

William Moss 



R 
R 
D 
D 
R 
D 
D 
D 
D 
D 
R 
R 
D 
D 



Stryker 

West Unity 

Pioneer 

Bridgewater 

Bryan 

Melbern . . . 

Edon 

Blakeslee 

Pulaski 

Karie 

Pioneer .... 

Kunkle 

Alvordton .. 
West Unity 



6 

S 

27 

18 

19 

1 

6 

10 

25 

18 

16 

22 

2 

13 

20 

27 

4 

27 

6 

7 

19 
28 
27 
16 



1901 
1908 
1901 
1902 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1908 
1901 
1908 
1908 
1902 
1908 
1901 
1902 
1901 
1908 
1901 
190S 
1901 
19)2 
1992 
1902 
1901 



April 


16 


, 1901 


l^^K 


26 


, 190? 


April 
M^y 


24 


, 1908 


15 


, 1901 


«« 


14 


. 1908 


April 


24 


,1908 


24 


, 1908 


«< 


20 


, 1901 


t« 


20 


, 1901 


ict 


80 


, 1902 


16 


, 190S 


*t 


14 


, 1908 


<< 


8 


, 1906 


« 


26 


, 1902 


« 


8 


, 1908 


Apjil 


20 
20 


, 1901 
, 1902 


• 4 


17 


, 1902 


May 


24, 


, 1908 


April 


20 
20 


, 1901 
, 1901 


June 
May 


9 


, 1901 


2 


. 1901 


Oct. 


26, 


, 1902 


May 


8, 


1908 


April 


20 
21 


, 1901 
, 1908 


i< 


24, 


, 1903 


<< 


24, 


1908 


May 


18, 


1901 


•i 


10, 


19Q2 


.April 


17. 


1902 


May 


8, 


1901 


.April 


13, 


1902 


Nov. 


29, 


1902 


April 


20. 


1903 


• « 


26, 


1903 


<i 


24, 


1902 


Nov. 


20, 


1908 


April 


21. 


1902 


13, 


1903 


<< 


24, 


1903 


May 


18, 


1903 


April 


15. 


1901 


Nov. 


2. 


1903 


April 


29, 


1903 


Aug. 


25. 


1908 


.April 


27. 


190) 


May 


17, 


1903 



Nonhveit . 
Paluki 

St. JoMp'h . 



FrMdom 

Grand Rapfdi'.'. 



MiddlMoo'"'! 
Koataomttj . 



■'"'' ■■;:::::; 

Washington . 



WnloD 



Rkhjind . 



JUSTICE^ OF THE PEACE. 

WILLIAMS COUNTY— Concluded. 

i 
I 



t'u"M'.: 



Alfred A. Stun 
Krank H. Fikc 
George E. Rcc. 

S, t' LailiblS 
Iam« M. BrOK 
George Boctich 
Columbui C fi 
George W. Col 
G. e! Gill 



lund F. Metigri 
■ S. Mltthcr... 
rg( F. McNol.. 



K. Hendtrsoi 



E. W. f'u'nfyi 
Howard H. Ne 

Thurxor 



WYANDOT COUNTY. 

Nfvada 

Wj'andot 

Upper Sandttky . 



W, McClare. 



!?SE 



. H. DerlDger 

mer F. SinCord 

^Rowland'.'!..:!: 

joi ConW 

HabbHief 



V. C. Campb 
Ilirrr ScDIt 
Edward Swei 



Upner Sanduaky . 

feo",::::::::: 

Upper Sandinky ■ 



Apri[ i; 





April 
May 

April 

;; 

JlJTril 

«-.y 

Ap;,l 

Dec. 

X 

M 

Ajrif 


JO. 

is! 
f. 

10. 

■S: 

18. 

u'. 

I 

a 

M, 




Bowling^ Green 


1901 


remberville 


IWl 


















Hoyliviire 


IMl 






Rudolph'.., ;:::::::::::::; 

Milton Cealer 


looa 












inos 








S^.r;;::;;::::::;:: 


IBOI 


































Toniogany 

seoithRidg;::::;;::;:;;; 
weMoii ;:::::::::::: 


ITO 
1RCH 

ixn 



A_prii is; 

M^r S. 

ti! 

!.' ^*' 

Ajwll is! 

MVy -■ 

April 
May 



■ Reiigned. Frank L. Sheali ippoini 



REPORT OF SECRETAKY Of STATE, 



COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOMES. 



Trnstets. 


Snperintendeal, etc. 


Us,' 

m 


il 
It 

m'" 


Adims County, W«l Union — 


T.W. Ellison 


72 


tan 00 




C. E. Frame 

G. J. Nicholson 

AHen Couirtu, Lima— 


D.W.Higby 


71 








Elmer E- Cioaeley 








12 

40 




ItihlandCMnrty- 

The Infirmary Direclora . . 
MhovulB County. Joflfffson — 

H. H.Hall 


Mra. Sarah Miller, Matron .... 
H.H.Hall, President 


80 00 
112 06 




. 






Mhons Cainitir', Athmt — 

A, H. Wells 


Eliza Armstrong 


60 


153 26 


I. D- Brown 

n. H, Moore .-. . . 

A. Pluninier 


Thomas W, Branson 


37 


159 16 








Jacob Maule 

F.M.Swope 


MfesJessieM. Henry 


31 


93 33 














63 




Bitl*r County, HRmiltoii — 

Mrs. MBry Moore 


Bmil>- 0. Miller, Matron 


25 DO 


















Chmpalan County. UriwnB- 


J.CTomlin 




45 




H, H. BrecoDui - - - 












Ctsrk Coun«. Sprlnglleld — 

Z.Rinehart 


Adam Lenhart 


76 


111 12 


















Clinton Goinrty. Wilmington - 

Jesse N, Oren 


JamesE. Smith 


17 


141 21 










E. T. Trimble 









COUNTY CHILDREN S HOMES. 
COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOMES— Continued. 



TmsiMS. 


Supcrintendent, etc. 


< 


|1 


tarkeCouirtiF.OrMnvill«- 




m 


(120 00 






J. M. Brown 








OfluM County. Oefianci— 

C. W. Browu 


Adam Hall 


42 


68 20 










A B Mason 


Mrs. J, F.Shaffer, President.. 






Dalaorart County, Oelawan - 


66 






















Frirflold County. Uncutor- 
S. J. Wrighl 


Ed, M. Gillett 


68 


101 83 


Henry Tscliopp 














Fatitti C«»nl>, Wiihrngloo. C. ».- 
S.W.Cii»n. 


Nathaniel Tway 


40 


119 92 


















Frinklin County. Columbus - 




112 


























«illla County, Galllpoll*- 


J. S. Rogers 


48 




G. W. Shack 














John S. Prouse 


47 




Samuel Carr 

Fred. L. Roaemond 




MandcockCounty. FIndliy— 

Mra-J. A. Bope 


Mrs. J. A- Vail, Matron 


»e 


WOO 


■• Priddy 

" Deitsch and olbers- . - 
Harrlion County. Cadti- 








52 




George M. Patlon 














HocklflB.County.LoBM- 


J. J. Keller. Superintendent . . 


20 


62 14 











REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

COUNTV CHILDREN'S HOMES— Continued. 



Trustees. 


Superintendent, etc. 


Ilfi 

ils-" 

liii 

< 


e-3 


HalHN Couly, MiKsnbarg - 

C. D. Parkinson 


J. A.Mast 


27 


|58 00 


















Huron County, Norwalk- 

Mrs. F. H. Boult, President 
Hiss Mary Stewart, Sec'y. . 


Miss Alice h. Young, Matron. 


g 


104 OO 






















28 




Knox Countr. "t. Varnon - 

W.aSperry 


Cbarles Cooper, Supt 


05 00 


















Uwrence Countr, Ironton — 

J.O.Yates 

J.L. Anderson 


MissSarah F. Johnston, Matrn 


81 


70 16 










UckrnuCouFrtr.Nawirk — 

Charles W. Fuller 


T. M. Ball . . , 


49 


138 43 


















Logon County, Bet1«(onl«in« - 
^^L. J.Emery 




3S 


















:::*::;■. ::':':. ::.:::::;::::; 






•Lorain County. Oliertin— 
































mcM County, Tnledo — 

John F. Kumler 




97 
























Il«di»n County, Undon — 

M. L. Rea 




32 










































W. F. Maag 









COUNTY CHILDBENS HOMES. 
COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOMES— Continued. 



Trustees. 


Superintendent, etc 

• 


llfi 


ft 


«.lgiC<.Bnty.Pom.«r- 




36 
U 


|lt5 00 


a D.Webb 




Auenisl Goesler 

Mtainl County. Troy - 


























Honroa County. Woodifleld— 

Dr. R. A. Perguson 

O. M. Greeiibank 


W.W. Morris 

Mrs. S. L. Morris, Matron 


33 


101 00 










•ontgomnry County. Diyton- 


Daniel Donson 


108 














F.li Fasold 

Frank B. Manly, President 


J. C. Melick 


48 


108 50 


















ftrry County, Now Loxlngton - 
J. A. Vauger 


J. H.Boling 


19 


86 00 


















Mcluwar County. CirclovHIo - 


a. M. Yates 


4S 
















nko County. Wavirly- 

F. Guth, President. . 


Samuel Howard . 


14 


69 13 










H. W. Ovennan 

4>nbl« County. Eaton - 


S. Huddle. Superintendent. . . 


6ij 
























niobbind County, Manintid - 




67 


























SelotoCounty. Portunoulh- 

J^hn G. Peebles 


Mrs. M, C. Smilh, Matron .... 
W. C Silcox, Clerk 


42 


107 61 








George D. Selbv 









KEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COUNTY CHILDREN'S HOMES — Conlinued. 



Trustees. 




IS? 
fill 

iU 

< 


k 


Shelby County. Sidney- 
William A.Graham 


J. H. McClung 


41 


(loa 13 


















For Stark : 
J. W. Teters, President . . . 


tillance- 

M. M. Southworth, Supt 

Mra. M.M. Southworth, Matr'n 


125 


97 84 








ForColumbiaua: 
















Summit County, Akron — 


Mrs. R. E. Grubb 


53 




A. M. Armstroug . 

Harvey Baldwin 






20 




TrumhutlCounly. Warren - 

T. W. Case 

C. A. Harrington 


H. E. Dilley 


177 3&- 
















E. C. Lewis, President . . . 
C. B. Harvey 


J. C. Kreusch 

Mrs. J. C. Kreusch, Matron . . . 


81 


86 79- 










Union County. Maryivilifl — 




31 


























Vinton County, McArtliur— 

James W. Darby 


15 
















J-W.Delay 

Wvren County, Lobanon — 

J. A. Bone 


HiramBates 


22 


120 16- 


























J. M. Johnson 









COUNTY children's HOMES. 
COUNTV CHILDREN'S HOMES —Concluded. 



Trustees. 


Superintendent, etc. 


< 


Q. 


Wuhington Countr, Mirl«tt>~ 

W. A. Suiffeu 


J.I„Jordan 


M 


J121 72 


















■«lflm« County. Wooflw— 

A. D. Meti, President 

D. V, HufFman 


Willis E. Jarvis 


69 


^11 



















134 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 

FOR THE STATE OF OHIO, AND FOR OTHER STATES ANI> 

' TERRITORIES. 



COMMISSIONERS FOR THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Commissioners. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Term of Office. 



Commenced. 



Expires. 



California 



CoiNiecticut 



District of 
Columbia 



Georgia 
Illinois. 



Kentucky 
Louisiana 
INaryland . 



INassachusetts 



Minnesota 
INissouri . . 
New Yoric 



Pennsylvania 



James L. King. .. 

George T. Knox . 

. L. W. Cleveland . 

Frank M. Mather 



. . Charles L. Bandy 

John E. Mitchell. . •. . 

W. Oliver Wise 

R. H. Evans 

Herbert A. Gill 

. .William B. Adams . . . 
. . Simeon W. King 

Wirt E. Humphrey. . . 

Jonas L. Bennet «. 

S.S. Willard 

. Harry Stuckjj 

. . John G. Eustis 

. , Philip H. Hoffman . . . 

Abraham H. Fisher . . 

Hanson Murray 

J. Kemp Bartlett, Jr . . 

W. H. H. Raleigh . . . 
. . .Charles Hall Adams . 

Samuel Jennison 

Edward J. Jones .... 
. .Albert F. Sweetser. . . 
. . W. Eugene Parker. . . 
. Isidor J. Pocker 

Isaac E. Garvey 

Ella F. Braman 

Joseph B. Braman 

Dwight W. Pardee . . . 

Caroline L. Wiebe . . . 

Eleazer Jackson 

George H. Corey 

Charles Edgar Mills . 

Rufus K. McHarg 

William Johnson 

Thomas Kilnert 

Vincent Roseman 

Edwin F. Corey 

Alfred Mackay 

Thomas W. Folsom . . 

H. Ballantyne 

.Arthur Brossman 

William F. Robb .... 

Charles W. Sparhawk 

Frank C. Miller 

George W. Hunt 

Thomas J. Hunt . ... 



San Francisco 



a 



New Haven 



Washington 

It 

<i 

« 

Savannah . . 
Chicago . . . 

• • ■ • 

• • • 

■ • • • 

Louisville . . 
New Orleans 
Baltimore . . 

Boston .... 

i( 

« . . * 

• • • ■ • 

Minneapolis 
Kansas City 
New York City 



Philadelphia . 

Pittsburg 

Philadelphia . 

Pittsburg 

Philadelphia . 



April 


11, 1898 
2, 1900 


Aug. 
Dec. 


4, 1897 
1, 1899 


July 
Jan. 


22, 1898 
6, 1899 


Mar. 


9, 1897 


April 
Jan. 


7, 1897 
7, 1899 


July 
Jan. 


9,1900 
14, 1898 


June 


18, 1898 


Sept. 

May 

Jan. 


23, 1899 
26, 1900 
29, 1898 


Sept. 
Jan. 


10, 1900 
29, 1899 


July 
June 


3, 1899 
4, 1898 


April 
Jan. 


x4, 1898 
21, 1899 


K 


11, 1898 


U 


16, 1899 


Dec. 


4, 1899 


Nov. 


23, 1 898 


May 
Jan. 


29, 1899 
29, 1898 


Feb. 


12, 1898 


Mar. 


16, 1898 


April 
Jan. 


18, 1898 
28, 1899 


July 
June 


17, 1899 
23, 1899 


Sept. 

<4 


8, 1899 
17, 1899 


(< 


11, 1899 


Oct' 


6. 1899 


Feb. 


9, 1900 


Jan. 


25, 1900 


Mar. 


7, 1900 


(( 


19, 1900 


April 
June 


23, 1900 
6, 1900 


April 
June 


30, 1898 
15, 1898 


<( 


28, 1898 


April 
Oct. 


6, 1899 
26, 1899 


I Aug. 


13, 1900 1 



Apr. 10,1901 
1, 1903 
Aug. 3, 1900^ 
Nov. 30. 1902: 



Dec. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

Sept 

May 

Jan. 

Sept 

Feb. 

July 

June 

Apr. 

Jan. 

ii 



it 



Dec. 

Nov. 

May 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

July 

June 

Sept. 



ii 



it 



Oct 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 



it 



Apr. 

June 

Apr. 

June 
<t 

Apr. 
Oct. 
Aug. 



18, 1901 
6, 1902 
8,1900 
6, 1900 

6. 1902 

8. 1903 
13, 1901 

17. 1901 

22. 1902 
25, 190a 
28,1901 

9, 1905 
2, 1902- 
2,1902. 
3, 1901 

13, 1901 
20, 1902 
10, 1901 

15, 1902 
3, 1902 

23, 1901 
28,1902: 
28,1901 
11, 1901 
15, 1901 

17. 1901 

27. 1902 
16, 1902 
22, 1902: 

7, 1902- 

16, 1902 
10, 1902 

5,1902 

8, 1903. 
24, 1903- 

6, 190a^ 
18, 1903: 
22, 1903- 

5, 1903. 
29, 1901 

14, 1901 
27, 1901 

-5,1902: 
25, 1902 
12, 190a 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



185 



COMMISSIONERS FOR THE STATE OF OHIO — Concluded. 



Commissioners. 


Term of Office. 


Name. « 


Residence. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Rhtde Island — Oilman E. Jopp — 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Canada George. Angus 

Enf land T. Cato Worsfold .... 

J. Burke Hendry. . . . 

Mtxico W. J. De Gress. 

Cuba Luis M. de Bergara. . 

George F. Unerhill . . 

John A. Foster. . . . 


Providence . . . 

Toronto 

London 

tt 

Mexico 

Cienfuegos . . . 

Havana 

(1 


May 6, 1898 

Nov. 26, 1898 
15, 1898 
Mar. 15,1899 
July 10,1899 
Dec. 28,1899 
Jan. 6, 1900 
June 8, 1900 


May 5, 1901 

Nov. 24. 1901 
" 14. 1901 
Mar. 14. 1902 
July 9, 1902 
Dec 27.1902 
Jan. 5. 1903 
June 7.1903 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
COMMISSIONERS FROM OTHER STATES AND TERRITORIES. 

IRBSmKMTS OF TBI STATK OP OHIO.] 



CommisBioners. 



Term of Office. 



Commenced. Expires. 



Al^ama Joseph T, Harrison . 

ArkantM Joseph T. Harrison . 

Calilornla Joseph T. Hairisoa . 

Coiorado Joseph T. Harrison . 

ConnBcticut Joseph T. Harrisou . 

James Wade 

Florida Howard Douglass , , , 

M. S. Benn 

QaorgiB Joseph T. Harrison . 

Howard Douglass,,. 

\Vm.S,McConnaughe 

Grafton C. Kennedy , 
Indiana — - . -Joseph T. Harrisou . 
Iowa Joseph T. Harrison . 

Pearl N. Slgler . . . 

Kanias Joseph T, Harrisou , 

Louisiana Joseph T, Harrison . 

Lipman Levy 

Maine Stephen Gould 

H. D. Peck 

James Wade, Jr 

Joseph T, Harrison . 
MaiuehiiseHs , .Joseph T, Harrison , 
HlEhigan. Howard Douglass , . 

jameB Wade 

T.aKnight 

Jay M. Cogan 

Ralph S. Holbrook . 

Isaac N. HuntsberKcr 

Mlflimota Joseph T. Harrison 

■liiourl ...... , Joseph T. Harrison 

William M. Day . - 

Gabriel Nelter 

Nabraika. Joseph T, Harrison 

Naw Jarsiy Howard Douglass , . 

Harry Dixon . 

James Wade. ,, , 

Harlan Page Llo^-d 

Gust von den Steinen 

Harrison B, McGra 
Naw Vorli Opha Moore 

Kalph S. HolbroiA: 

Lipman Levy 

Joseph T. Harrison . . 

James Wade 

Howard Douglass 

Wm. Huhbell Fisher. 
North Carolina , , Joseph K. Harrisou . , 

Oregon Joseph T, Harrison ,, 

Penniylvania . . .James Wade . , , 

SoulhCarolins ,, Lipman Levy 

Joseph T, Harrison . . 

Gabriel Netter 



Cincinnati 



Cleveland 

Cincinnati 
Dayton. .. 



Oct. 10, 1897 
July 29, 189.''. 
Feb. 15, 1898 
" 12, 1894 
Mar. 2B, 1900 
April 20, 1900 
Nov. 30, 1897 
Mav 23. IBQS 
Jan". 1. 1897 

1. 1897 

2. 1897 
1. 1897 

n,18a9 
Feb. 21,1898 
April m, I80S 
Feb. 23, 1S»S 
Oct. 13. 1897 
Nov. 30, 1896 
Jan. 7. 1868 
Oct 20, 1868 
Sept. 15, 18(19 
Mar. 23. 183-'> 
Feb. 23, 1898 
July 25, 1890 
Oct 28, 1896 
April 12, 1897 
Nov. 15, 1897 
Aug. 20, 1898 
Jan. 9, 1899 
Oct. 18. 1897 
July 24, 1885 
Jan. 6, 1886 
Feb. 14. 1888 
Oct 13, 1897 
Nov. 27. 1897 
Mar. 1, 1898 
Aug. 2, 1898 
F<;b. 21, 1890 
Mar. 17, 1899 
Oct 16,1899 
Mar. 26, 1897 

12. 1896 
Oct -6, 1896 
Nov. 22. 1897 
April 22, 1899 
Oct 26, 1898 
Oct e, 18B9 
April 16. 1900 
Oct 15, 1897 
Dec. 1, 1896 
Nov. 17, 1884 
June 10, 1885 
April 6. 1888 



Oct 10, 1900 

i At will of 

iGov.ofState 

Feb. 15, 1902 

" 11,1002 

Mar. 29, 1906 

Apr. 29. 1905 

Nov. 30, 1001 

May 23, 1902 

Jan. 1. 1901 

1,1001 

1, 1901 

1, 1001 

" 11,1003 

Feb. 20.1001 

Apr. 16, 1901 

Feb. 22. 1902 

Oct 13.1901 

Nov. 30, 1000 

For life. 



Feb. 22. 1901 
July 26, 1901 
Oct 28.1901 
Apr. 11, 1902 
Nov. 14. 1002 
Aug. 19. 1903 
Jan. fl. 1004 
Oct 18. 1000 

!At will of 
Governor 
of SUte. 
Oct 13, 1901 
Nov. 27, 1000 
Mar. 1. 1901 
Aug. 1.1901 
Feb. 21, 1002 
Mar. 17, 19C2 
Oct. 16. 1902 
Mar. 26. 1904 
" 12. 1904 
Oct 5, 1004 
Nov. 22, IBOl 
June 20, lOOS 
Nov. 6, looa 
Oct. 9, 1903 
April 16, 1902 
Oct 15. 1901 
Dec. 1. 1901 
( At will of 
< Governor 
I. of State. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS. 



l;^7 



COMMISSIONERS, ETC.— Concluded. 
[ Rbsxdbnts of thb Statb of Ohio.] 



Commissioners. 


Term of Office. 


Name. 


Residence. 


Commenced. 


Expires. • 


South Daicota . . .Joseph T. Harrison . . 

Tonnassao Joseph T. Harrison . . 

Taxas Joseph T. Harrison . . 

Wasliington Joseph T. Harrison . . 

Wast Virginia . . .Joseph T. Harrison . . 
Wisconsin Joseph T. Harrison . . 


Cincinnati 

• • • • 

• • • • 
« • • • 


Feb. 23, 1898 
17, 1898 
April 12,1900 
Jan. 14, 1899 
Oct 11,1897 
" 15, 1897 


Feb. 23. 1902 
" 17, 1902 
April 12, 1902 
Jan. 13, 1903 
Oct 11,1901 
" 15, 1901 



188 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTY BOARDS OF DEPUTY STATE SUPERVISORS 

OF ELECTIONS. 

[Members of Boards of Deputy Supervisors of Blections are appointed by the Secre- 
tary of State upon recommendation of political committees, and serve for a 
term of two years. City Boards of Election are appointed by Mayors, and the 
term is for four years.] 



County. 



Names of members. 



CI 



o 



Title. 



Postoffice. 



Besj^nning 
of term. 



Bxpiratioa 
or term. 



Adams 



Allen 



' Ashland 



Ashtabula . . . 



Athens 



Auglaize 



Belmont . . . . 



UrQwn 



Butler 



Hamilton Bo'd 
ofHlcctions.. 



Carroll 



Champaign . 



Clark 



Will Havens 

C. C. W. Navlor 

George W. Pctitt 

C. E^ Robuck 

I. N. ToUc 

J. L. Edmiston 

M. L. Becker 

J. D. Ward 

Jacob B. Sunderland. 
M. M. Murra 



i 



D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

K 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

H 

D* 

R 

D 

R 

D 

R 

D 

N. V. F. Wilson ! R 

D 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
R 
D 
K 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 
R 
D 



Beni. W. McCray.... 

D. H. Houser 

Harvey L. Witherstine 

T. D. Backhouse 

H. A. Mykrantz 

A. C. White 

H. P. Frickcr 

H. A. Mixer 

F. O. Potter 

C. L. Taylor 

E. R. Lash, Tr 

Charles D. Hopkins. 
Arthur E. McGrath.. 
George D. Ridenour. 
Isaac N. Coleman. . . 

B. T. Blume 

Charles L. Hunter. . . 

F. M. Horn 

R. B. Anderson 

Louis E. Lambert 

B. Ryan 

A. Greenfield 

Albert Lawrence 



George Cooke 

E. H. Kirkpatrick... . 

F. W. Thompson 

L R. Burris 

Frank E. Kearns 

John Q. Waters 

H. H. Haines 

M. O. Burns 

Charles S. Barnitz 

Wm. J. Miclander. .'. . 

Daniel P. Boaton 

Frank P. Richter 

F. I'. Humbach 

Robert E. Brown 

Peter Mctzlcr 

ames Fitton 

il^am Maffett 

Charles H. Butler 

Alvin K. Rader 

William L. Smeltz, Sr. 

S. W. Snce 

M. R. Talbot 

J. H. Riddle 

W. W. Morris 

Thomas E. Dye 

C. W. Hollingsworth. 

W. Jacob Wyant 

Charles F. Stewart 

Walter E. Robinson.. 

A. J. Fundcrburgh 

Demont Stephenson. . 



Wi 



Clerk... 
Chief. 



Clerk., 
Chief. 



Clerk. . 
Chief.. 



Clerk. , 
Chief.. 



Clerk. 
Chief. 



Clerk. . 
Chief.. 



Clerk. 
Chief. 



Clerk. 
Chief. 



Clerk. 
Chief. 



Sec'y.... 
Pres — 



Clerk... 
Chief.. .^ 



Clerk. 
Chief.. 

> t •••••• 



Clerk... 
Chief... 



West Union., 
Manchester . 
West Union. 



Lima . 

14 



Spencerville. 

Bluflf^on 

Ashland 

McZena 

Nova 

Ashland 



Jefferson . . 
Ashtabula 
Pierpont... 
Geneva — 
Jefferson . . 
Athens — 



Buchtel 

Nelsonville.. 
Wapakoneta 
St. Marys . . . 
Wapakoneta. 



St. Marys. 

St. Clairsville.V 

Bellaire 

St. Clairsville.. 

Bridgeport 

Martins Ferry. 
Georgetown . . . 



Hamersville. 
Georgetown 



Hamilton. 



Middletown 



Oxford . . . 
Hamilton. 



(C 



Carroll ton 



II 
II 



Dell Roy 

Urbana 

St. Paris 

Mechanicsburg 
Urbana 






Springfield . . . 

PUchin 

New Carlisle. .. 

Donalsville 

New Morefield. 



Aug. 1, 1899 
1899 
1900 
1900 



July 



31,1901 
190X 
1902: 
1902 



Aug. 1, 1900 July 31, 1902 

1900 " 1902^^ 

1899 •* 1901 

July 24, 1900 " 1901 



Aug. 1, 1899 

" 1899 

1900 

1900 



Aug. 1, 1899 
1899 
1900 
1900 



Aug. ,1, 1900 
1900 
1899 
1899 



Aug. 1, 1900 
1900 
1899 
1899 



<< 



July 



<i 
i< 



31, 1901 
1901 
1902- 
1902 



July 



<< 
<i 



31, 1901 
1901 
1902 
1902 



July 



It 
II 



31, 1902 
1902 
1901 
1901 



July 



31, 1902- 
1902 
1901 
1901 



Aug. 1, 1899 I Tuly 

1899 i* " 

1900 I " 
1900 1 •' 



31. 1901 
1901 
1902 
1902' 



Aug. 1, 1900 1 July 
1900 I " 
1899 I •* 
1899 



ti 
II 

i< 



31, 1902 
1902- 
1901 
19011 



.Aug. 1. 1901 IJuly 

1899 I " 

1900 I " 
1900 I " 

July 



II 
ti 



I 



i< 
i< 
II 



Aug. .1, 1900 

1900 

" 1899 

1899 



31. 1901 

loor 

1902 
1902 
11. 1902 
1903 
1903 
1901 
1901' 



July 



II 

<< 



31,1902- 
1902 
1901 
1901 



Aug. 1, 1900 'July 81. 1002- 

1900 " 1902 

1899 " 1901 

1899 " 190T 



Aug. 1. 1900 I July 
1900 
18})9 
1899 



CI 
14 
i< 



II 
11 
• I 



31, 1902 
1902 
19©1 
1901 



SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS. 



CODNTY BOARDS ( 



CDnnt).. 


Nuui Of meniben. 


1 
1 


Title. 


Posloffice. 


"If'i"^" 


■^sn-^r 


Sprl^d Bod 


Christo her Kelly 


K 
K 

g 


8»c-y 






July .5. 1901 














Clermont .... 
eiioton 


CMef^:. 




f£'^i- 


Batavia 




■' , iDoa 


tt-llllaraiburi*.! 
Batavia 

WilminKfon"" 

BaatLiTtrpoiiL 

Satem 

wellaville 

I.iabon 


Aug. I. IHW 

■' ISMJ 


July H, IIWl 






ciTief ■■ 




^: ?SS'"hp":::::: 






i 


Aug. 1. IMO 


■'"■''' *^' !Sm 




jStvS::::: 

W'ilfiim cfSSSiiey::! 


-; iwa 




Aug. i. iimo' 


;<?)»"•!«« 




loseph I.. McIl.;*VlL 

Chafes "a. "ifi;;;;:!:; 

W. M. Smith, i^ 


Chief,... 


IWl 




n 

D 

1 
i 
I 




Aug. i. iMwIjuiy ii.mi 






Coahocton .... 


• IBOI) 


mti 








'iiarl'ci V. M.tlliei... 
ohn A. McMichael.. 


Si::: 

ch"er.'!i 






Gallon.,'!:!:;:: 


iHim 
■iiwy 


,u.y«.,[« 














Cuyahoj* ... 


liflord A. NeH. 

Dan (lindlenperger 




independence ■ 


Aug. 1, ISMi 
■■ IKM 

ism 
" looo 


July «. IWl 








ClenvfUe 






B&d r ■ Ei'n°„ 








f,t.'::: 

V.Prea. 












^fi'-"^!;'! 




B-rtete..^::::: ? 














Du-kc 


Cleric. , , 
Chief.... 


Greenville 

*™n™ie.!!::. 

Defiance 


*'i^"'-'iS!I 


JnjyM.'iMi 






R 

il 
g 








Charltf A Sloll. 


iimil " jon 




Clerk.. 
Chief... 

Clerk" 




W. il. _Mcnintock.,. 

jou'ir'un'w.ii:::;: 
lir'friiirche?.'*,";;:; 
Tt-'SZ.::.::: 

G.,y L. Sl.ymar,, .. 


Aug. ii.it.ioljuiyM.iwe- 
ASg. i' ison i ■■ iMi 




iielaware :.!., 

SamUiaky .'.::!:. 
Berlin Heights 

Ca.lalia 

Sandusky 


lunni ■■ iwB 




tharle. H. Cramer.... 








R 

1 

R 


Chief. 


Aug. 1, iiBn|juiy ai.inoi 


Mnd'ky Board 
afSlccllona 


r-i: 


j,..,.,™,,,,. ,..,-; 




torneliui Schnaiticr,. 


IMOI ■• inm 








ch"ef,'.:: 








Basil 

Waahingl'ii CH 


ISKl! •• 1M1 


Ftjttxc 


Chief..;: 




R 


Aug. t.lRWljJuly Sl.iwi 








I'rank M. Kennedy...! R 

Peler K. Dinipsey ' D 

lohn E. Crooks... « 

Dougtaa Agler I D 

I'ri Ueach. Jr H 

MiConBell-siymonr..; T> 
O. W. Scolt 1 R 




" f.. IBCml ■■ IWH 


Ftwklio — . 


Cleric! '. '. 
Chief.... 


Parka Milli.... 
H*¥ile« 

?ZXi'-;- 


Aug. 1. imn 

1*1!) 

i; lann 


!! '°'* 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



„„,. 


NameoriDembeK. 


j 
1 


Title. 


Poa I office. 


^SflS?i"« 


ExbiraUon 


ofHIeclioDS. 


Wilham S. Connor... 


D 
D 

R 


Stc-y . . 
Clerk!;! 




am 


"•■'lil 




K'E.^^^h"::: 






iiirVnT!''P;im.r::::: 

H. M. Tappan 


Wianames'.' '. 


Aug. 1. l)Mi 


July SI. mi 




John C. VanJen 

l-harl« D?"Miion'.'; 








BiTiS.:: 








Auk. 1, luootjuiy si. »b« 








'^""*' 


^J^T^.;^:;:::. 






MiddleSeid.!'.! 


'::■■'■ S''::""'E 


"""'•" 


Henry M- BarbM 






g 


Chief..,. 


Ceda.viUe 


Aug. 1. I^W'July 31, 19D1 










John W. Hedges 

».LS?Sr.':: 

Robert D. Great, Jr.'. 
Henjamin F. Ehntun 






Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 


i 
1 


Chief '..; 

is;: 






Lore City 

Cambrldee'.'!!. 


.Xug. 1, isw'jufy Sl,i™i 


Winlon Flace-. 
Nonvood. .!!!!! 
CindSnair 


Aug-i, iMojjuly Sl.inoi 


■tincin'tlBo'rd 


V.'prea.. 


Aug. 1, 169V 


April IMl 
^ 1001 
-' 1MB 


















Samuel E. Moorhead 
John F. Rankin 




) 


jf|;5r--.- 


Aug. 1. IBwIjuly SI. iwi 


FindUy Board 
ofKleclions. 


Charles W. Dil'lman..! 

John Schaler 

U- V. Besrdaley 

WilHsm McGowan....! 
William Norri, 


^^i;; 


,,.'. '*" 


!■ 5 










Sm^r:: 






















Aug. l,l§B>MJuly SMBm 




iiSfci 


1 
I 

I 

D 

S 






cartiT.. .'■."!!:. 


Aug. 1, ISUIlljuly SI. iwii 




fMS:;;;; 


" ]S."i " \^. 




Mcciur*.,.;"::' 


Aug-l.l^jjulySl.lBni 




Ein.tr.V.'p'.'fm.,;;::: 


Highland .... 




^:: 


innni ■■ ittM 




Aug. i.iMnlJuly si.iaii 


1 !■. - 1 ■■■ 


chw.-.: 


isnoj •■ ina 




UnrelvVlie!"! 
Log^an.. ....... 

Millersburg!!* 


Aug. 1.1«m|July HLVJOl 








.■\. w. MdLik 1 n 

Holmes W. M. llurklew. 1 R 

Elijah J._ Duct 1 D 


cieVk::' 


IfflM ■ ■■ 1(KK 


iinos Moreland D 

Samuel R.Snyder ( R 




1*10 ■ ■■ IBM 
IdOOi " IMB 



SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS. 



CouaEf. 




i 

i 


T,„.. 


PotloScc 


BeytBomg 


of term. 




5. T. A. Van Scivor., 

p. S. Emmona 

T. A. M«tlh*« 

Danifl D. Evana 

gs7s.°fiS':'':°::: 


I 

i 


Clerk. . . 
Chitf.... 

cwei,'.:; 


Norwalk 


Aui;'i;«wi 

1900 


JuiV'ii/iwi 






"^"l'' *' 1^ 


JulV si, iwi 




oakHiir '.!!!!! 






IQIB 




Chief./ 






Rkhnond 


Aug. i. ism 


Jf 1* "• J*} 


Blenbenrillf 
Board o( 




\ 

i 


th%f..:: 






S. B. Cotsh.11..., 

\i. L. Cary. ;r 


PalneiTille.;:: 
WiekllOe 


Ocl. 6,H>U0 


July w, ll«i 




ffiii: 


IlKll 




(■. A. Bunh 

Culler L,. Kimball... 


July SI. IHOI 














{< 


?»■»;.;■ 








;■ 


Aug. 1. luon 

A'iiB:'i:i«j' 
ll«» 


'"■'' "■ I'SS 




]"">'} Vio^ilf ""'" 


s 

n 




Newark.'.'.".'.. 
"Newark 






ilS::;;:;!: 

\Vilh.™ 11, Nfff 

A„,J,..J^,-ri,„ 




Liel-ina 


Chief.', i' 

sec'>:'.; 


juty'ai.iw 

IBM 






n 


















ch'ef.;:: 


1«U 




Newjeruiiie'ii. 




Jul, SI. isni 




Chile - 






')"'i"'nrii<.-r'""":::; 

."iin J, Dennii 

?'||||":_;:;: 

S. !■. Trumpcr, .,:';;! 

John !•". Jchmlon 

f R; Atehiion 


•i 

n 
n 

1 
I 

D 

B 


Lorain 

Ob. run 

WelllDBIon.,.. 


M.r. T. IIW 
Aug. L 1l«« 

■■ IW 

INW 


IDOl 




«,_«mee........ 

WhitehonaF -.- 

ToilJdo" ;:::::.' 


Au^. i, miiiljuly al.ioni 














roledo Boa 1x1 
ofElccIlsna 


Secy.. 
Chief..: 










lonp 






» ::::;::' 


Jtjjy 31. i«|| 




ss;;: 












rharl« W. GilBon,.,, 
Iirael H»hn 






pSVnd'!'""'.:: 


'■^■''is 


Jojyai.ilini 




I!; |:'«;": ■•■.: 


IIIOJ 


Boaf d J 
BlKlloni... 


fiefy.. 


April mi 


F. A. Kaerchw 

R, F, ThompwKi 














IWB 



HEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CouDly. 


Name of mini ben. 


1 


Title. 


Poitofficc. 


Begin 


uing 


EiplrBtioD 
of terra. 


■ 






Chief,".; 












Aug. 


. IW» July !1. JB« 




















S 

s 
1 

1 
I 

1 

R 


JJ^I^^ 




Medina 


ch"!:. 




&"-FlSr 

i"5r'^iiiir"'."::::: 


poe. .. ;■;;;;; 

Le Roy 

pomeroy;';.;; 

Rork Bptingi; 

M'i™d"pl.n;;;. 


Aug. 
Aug' 


.1890 
IHM 

.'iwiij 

ism 
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POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 14& 



PLATFORMS OF POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS, 

NATIONAL AND OHIO STATE, ADOPTED 

DURING THE YEAR 1900. 



NATIONAI. REPUBI.ICAN PLATFORM. 

[ Azx>PTKo IN National Convention at Philadelphia, Pbnn., June 20, 1900.] 

The Republicans of the United States, through their chosen repre- 
sentatives, met in national convention, looking back upon an unsurpassed 
record of achievement and looking forward into a greait field of duty and 
opportunity ; and, appealing to the judgment of their countrymen, make 
these declarations: 

PREAMBLE. 

The expectation in which the American people, turning from the 
Democratic party, intrusted power four years ago to a Republican Chief 
Magistrate and a Republican Congress, has been met and satisfied. 
When the people then assembled at the polls, after a term of Democratic 
legislation and administration, business was dead, industry paralyzed, 
and the national credit disastrously impaired. The country's capital was 
hidden away and its labor distressed and unemployed. The Democrats 
had no other plan with which to improve the ruinous conditions, which 
they had themselves produced, than to coin silver at the ratio of i6 to K 

PLEDGES FILLED. 

The Republican party, denouncing this plan as sure to produce con- 
ditions even worse than those from which relief was sought, promised to 
restore prosperity by means of two legislative measures — a protective 
tariff and a law making gold the standard of value. 

The people, by great majorities, issued to the Republican party a 
commission to enact these laws. This commission has been executed, 
and the Republican promise is redeemed. 

Prosperity more general and more abundant than we have ever 
known has followed theSe enactments. There is no longer controversy 
as to the value of anv government obligations. Every American dollar 
is a good dollar or its assured equivalent, and American credit stands 
higher than that of any nation. Capital is fully employed and every- 
where labor is profitably occupied. No single fact can more strikingly 
tell the story of what Republican government means to the country 
than this — that while during the whole period of T07 years, from 1790 to 
1897, there was an excess of exports over imports of only $383,028,497, 
there has been in the short three years of the present Republican admin- 
10 S. S. 



146 JIEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE.- 

istration an excess of exports over imports in the enormous sum of 
$i483»537>094. 

TRIUMPH IN WAR. 

And while the American people, sustained by this Republican legis- 
lation, have been achieving these splendid triumphs in their business and 
commerce, they have conducted and in victory concluded a war for lib- 
erty and human rights. No thought of national aggrandizement tar- 
nished the high purpose with which American standards were unfurled. 

It was a war unsought and patiently resisted, but when it came the 
American government was ready. Its fleets were cleared for action. Its 
armies were in the field, and the quick and signal triumph of its forces 
on land and sea bore equal tribute to the courage of American soldiers 
and sailors and to the skill and foresight of Republican statesmanship. 
To ten millions of the human race there was given "a new birth of free- 
dom,'* and to the American people a new and noble responsibility. 

TRUE TO MCKINLEY. 

We indorse the administration of William McKinley. Its acts have 
been established in wisdom and in patriotism, and at home and abroad 
it has distinctly elevated and extended the influence of the American 
nation. 

Walking untried paths and facing unforeseen responsibilities. Pres- 
ident McKinley has been in every situation the true American patriot 
and the upright statesman, clear in vision, strong in judgment, firm in 
action, always inspiring, and deserving the confidence of his countrymen. 

In asking the American people to indorse tJiis Republican record 
and to renew their commission to the Republican party, we remind them 
of the fact that the menace to their prosperity has always resided in 
Democratic principles and no less in the general incapacity of the Dem- 
ocratic party to conduct public affairs. 

The prime essential of business prosperity is public confidence in 
the good sense of the government and in its ability to deal intelligently 
with each new problem of administration and legislation. That confi- 
dence the Democratic party has never earned. It is hopelessly inad- 
equate, and the country's prosperity when Democratic success at the 
polls is announced halts and ceases in mere anticipation of Democratic 
blunders and failures. 

GOLD STANDARD. 

We renew our allegiance to the principle of the ^old standard and 
declare our confidence in the wisdom of the legislation of the Fifty-sixth 
Congress, by which the parity of all our money and the sla])ility of our 
currency on a gold basis have been secured. 

We recognize that interest rates are a potent factor in production 
and business activity, and for tlie purpose of further eqnalizinc: and of 



POLITICAL PU\TFORMS. 147 

further lowering the rates of interest we fa\or such monetary legislation 
as will enable the varying needs of the season and of all sections to be 
promptly met in order that trade may be evenly sustained, labor steadily 
employed, and commerce enlarged. 

The volume of money in circulation was never so great per capita 
as it is to-day. We declare our steadfast opposition to the free and un- 
limited coinage of silver. Xo measure to that end could be considered 
which was without the support of the leading commercial countries of 
the world. However firmly Republican legislation may seem to have 
secured the country against the peril of base and discredited currency, 
the election of a Democratic President could not fail to impair the coun- 
try's credit and to bring once more into question the intention of the 
American people to maintain upon the gold standard the parity of their 
money circulation. The Democratic party must be convinced that the 
American people will never tolerate the Chicago platform. 

AGAINST TRUSTS. 

We recognize the necessity and propriety of the honest co-operation 
of capital to meet new business conditions, and especially to extend our 
rapidly increasing foreign trade, btit we condemn all conspiracies and 
combinations intended to restrict business, to create monopolies, to limit 
production, or to control prices, and favor such legislation as will effect- 
ually restrain and prevent all such abuses, protect and promote compe- 
tition, and secure the rights of producers, laborers, and all who are 
engaged in industry and commerce. 

PROTECTION. 

We renew our faith in the policy of protection to American labor. 
In that policy our industries have been established, diversified and main- 
tained. By protecting the home market the competition has been stim- 
ulated and production cheapened. Opportunity to the inventive genius 
of our people has been secured and wages. in every department of labor 
maintained at high rates, higher now than ever before, always distin- 
guishing our working people in their better conditions of life from those 
of any competing country. 

Enjoying the blessings of American common school, secure in the 
right of <?elf-government. and protected in the occupancy of their own 
markets, their constantly increasing knowledge and skill have enabled 
them finallv to enter the markets of the world. We favor the associated 
policy of reciprocity so directed as to open our markets on favorable ! 
terms for what we do not ourselves produce in return for free foreign 
markets. 

FOR LABOR. 

In the further interest of American workmen we favor a more 
effective restriction of the immigration of cheap labor from foreign lands, 



148 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

the extension of opportunities of education for working children, the 
raising of the 4ge limit for child labor, the protection of free labor as 
against contract convict labor, and an effective system of labor insurance^ 

MERCHANT MARINE. 

Our present dependence upon foreign shipping for nine-tenths of 
our foreign carrying is a great loss to the industry of this country. It 
is also a serious danger to our trade, for its sudden withdrawal in the 
event of European war would seriously cripple our expanding foreign 
commerce. The national defense and naval efficiency of this country, 
moreover, supply a compelling reason for legislation which will enable 
us to recover our former place among the trade carrying fleets of the 
world. 

PENSIONS. 

The nation owes a debt of profound gratitude to the soldiers and 
sailors who have fought its battles, and it is the government's duty to 
provide for the survivors and for the widows and orphans of those who 
have fallen in the countrv's wars. 

The pension laws, founded in this sentiment, should be liberal and 
should be liberally administered, and preference should be given wherever 
practicable with respect to employment in the public service to soldiers 
and sailors and to their widows and orphans. 

CIVIL SERVICE. 

We commend the policy of the Republican party in maintaining the 
efficiency of the civil service. The administration has acted wisely in its 
effort to secure for public service in Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the 
Philippine Islands only those whose fitness has been determined by 
training and experience. We believe that employment in the public 
service in these territories should be confined as far as practicable to their 
inhabitants. 

It was the plain purpose of the fifteenth amendment to the consti- 
tution to prevent discrimination on account of race or color in regulating 
the elective franchise. Devices of State governments, whether by stat- 
utory or constitutional enactment, to avoid the purpose of this amendment 
are revolutionary and should be condemned. 

Public movements looking to a permanent improvement of the roads 
and highways of the country meet with our cordial approval, and we rec- 
ommend this subject to the earnest consideration of the people and of the 
Legislatures of the several States. 

We favor the extension of the rural free delivery service wherever 
its extension may be justified. 

In further pursuance of the constant policy of the Republican party 
securing to our undivided control the most important island of the 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 



149 



Samoan group and the best harbor in the Southern Pacific every Amer- 
ican interest has been safeguarded. 

We approve* the annexation of the Hawaiian Islands to the United 
States. 

We commend the part taken by our government in the peace con- 
ference at The Hague. 

BOER WAR. 

We assert our steadfast adherence to the policy announced in the 
Monroe doctrine. The provisions of The Hague convention were wisely 
regarded when President McKinfey tendered his friendly offices in the 
interest of peace between Great Britain and the South African Republic. 

While the American government must continue the policy pre- 
scribed by Washington, affirmed by every succeeding President and 
imposed upon us by The Hague treaty, of non-intervention in European 
controversies, the American people earnestly hope that a way may soon 
be found, honorably alike to both contending parties, to determine the 
strife between them. 

PHILTPPIXES. 

In accepting by the treaty of Paris the just responsibility of our 
victories in the Spanish war, the President and the Senate won the 
undoubted approval of the American people. No other course was pos- 
sible than to destroy Spain's sovereignty throughout the Western Indies 
and in the Philippine Islands. 

That course created our responsibility before the world, and with the 
unorganized population whom our intervention had freed from Spain, to 
provide for the maintenance of law and order, and for the establishment 
of good government, and for the performance of international obligations. 

Our authority could not be less than our responsibility, and wherever 
sovereign rights were extended it became the high duty of the govern- 
ment to maintain its authority, to put down, armed insurrection, and to 
confer the blessings of liberty and civilization upon all the rescued 
peoples. 

The largest measure of self-government consistent with their wel- 
fare and our dpties shall be secured to them by law. 

PLEDGE TO CUBA. 

To Cuba independence and self-government were assured in the 
same voice by which war was declared, and to the letter this pledge 
should be performed. 

The Republican party upon its history and upon this declaration of 
its principles and policies confidently invokes the considerate and ap- 
proving judgment of the American people. 



150 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OHIO REPUBLICAN PLATFORM, 1900. 

The Republicans of Ohio, in convention assembled, hereby renew 
their faith in and allegiance to the declaration of principles made by the 
Republican party at St. Louis in 1896, and declare to-day the same to be 
in all respects the true principles of the Republican party. 

Under its wise and beneficent administration the Republican party 
passed into law the Dingley tariff bill and restored prosperity to the 
country. 

FOREIGN TRADE. 

The foreign trade of the United States is today greater and more 
profitable than ever before, and in this field of effort the United States is- 
outstripping all the nations of the world. 

We cordially indorse the wise and patriotic and memorable admin- 
istration of President McKinley, whose signal achievements in war and 
peace, in statesmanship and diplomacy, mark an epoch in the history of 
this nation, and whose brilliant success justifies and demands in the 
highest interests of the country the uninterrupted continuance through 
another term of his great but uncompleted work. Confronting imprece- 
dented requirements at home and unexampled responsibilities abroad, he 
has met them with courage, fidelity and strength, which have given nim 
an enduring place in the confidence and affection of his country. 

REPUBLICAN PLEDGES REDEEMED. 

Every pledge of his administration has been faithfully redeemed. 
It has dispelled long business depression, restored the protection of 
American labor and industry, reawakened universal confidence, re-estab- 
lished a prosperity unparalleled, assured to labor the steadiest employ- 
ment and the highest pay, opened new fields of enterprise and new mar- 
kets for trade ; it has brought to agriculture a better condition than for 
many years, fixed the gold standard upon firm foundations of law, made 
our national currency larger in volume and surer in value, and lifted our 
national credit to the highest plane any nation has ever reached. 

OUR WORLD DUTY PERFORMED. 

In the broader field of world duty and influence it has met an un- 
avoidable war for humanity with unequalled vigor and success, lias 
crowned the matchless triumph of our arms on sea and land with coura- 
geous acceptance of its high and solemn obligations, has faithfully^ 
studied and sought equally the true honor of the" nation and the greatest 
good of the peoples who have come under our flag, and has, through the 
wise use of expanded opportunity, led our country on pathways of great- 
ness and renown. 



POLITICAL. PLwMFORMS. 151 

REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES SUSTAINED. 

We reaffirm the principle in which the Republican party had its birth 
and on which Abraham Lincoln was elected president, that the repre- 
sentatives of the people have full power over territory belonging to the 
United States, in harmony with and subject to the fundamental safe- 
guards of our free institutions for liberty, justice and personal rights. 
We sustain the president and congress in exercising this power with due 
regard for the safety and welfare of the Union, and with the most just, 
generous, humane, and fraternal consideration for those over whom the 
authority of the nation is extended. We advocate for them free schools, 
full security for life, liberty and property, the most liberal measures for 
the development of their agriculture and industry, and the largest degree 
of local self-rule for which they are fitted. We have faith in American 
patriotism, character and capacity, and we know that American govern- 
ment will extend the inestimable blessings of freedom, law and civiliza- 
tion to the peoples who are brought under our protection. 

PARIS TREATY. 

The provisions of the treaty of Paris, which took from Spain her 
title to the Philippine islands, and vested in the people of the United 
States unquestioned sovereignty over those islands, to be exercised for 
securing to the people thereof the blessings of liberty and law, opened 
for those people the only possible pathway of escape from oppression, 
and placed them on the road to progress in enlightenment and civiliza- 
tion. We approve the wisdom and humanity of the president in nego- 
tiating the treaty, of the senate in confirming it by a two-thirds majority, 
and of congress in appropriating the sum of $20,000,000 provided therein 
to be paid, by an almost unanimous vote. The sovereignty thus delib- 
erately assumed by the conjoint action of the great treaty-making and 
law-making powers of the United States it was the duty of the executive 
to maintain, and we approve the vigor, the wisdom and the success with 
which President McKinley has performed that duty, and the fortitude 
and heroism of the soldiers and sailors of the United States, through 
whom it was performed. That sovereignty must not be repudiated; 
and the high purpose of its origin must be accomplished in the establish- 
ment of peace and order, and the blessing of individual liberty among 
the peoples of the Philippine islands. 

Omo's STATESMEN ENDORSED. 

The thanks and approbation of the Republicans of Ohio are due and 
are hereby tendered to Senators Foraker and Hanna and the fifteen Re- 
publican congressmen from Ohio, who stood unflinchingly for Re])uh- 
Hcan principles. They have supported and sustained the administration 
of President McKinley, and we do hereby endorse and ratify their public 
acts as our representatives. 



152 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

We reaffirm our previous declaration in favor of such legislation by 
congress as will encourage and promote an United States merchant 
marine, so that American-built, American-owned and American-manned 
ships may regain and retain the carrying of our foreign commerce. 

We recognize in George K. Nash a governor worthy of our highest 
confidence and unqualified support. The administration of our state 
affairs bv him and his official associates has been clean, efficient and 
commendable, and its policy tending to good government, economy and 
wisdom. 

We indorse and approve the legislation enacted by the Seventy- 
fourth general assembly of Ohio. 

REGULATION OF TRUSTS. 

The Republican party of Ohio stands committed to legislative and 
executive opposition to the threatening combinations of capital that seek 
to restrict competition and stifle independent producers. We invite 
within our borders the capitalistic investments that are material to the 
industrial development of the state and the largest employment of labor, 
but we insist that injurious combinations shall be forbidden, and so- 
called trusts shall be so regulated from time to time and be so restricted 
as to guarantee immunity from hurtful monopoly, and assure fair treat- 
ment and protection to all competing industries. 

The Republican party declares itself in favor of such legislation as 
•will give to the municipalities of the state a uniform system of government. 



NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. 

[Adopted in National Convxntion at Kansas City, Mo., July 5. 1900.] 

We, the representatives^ of the Democratic party of the United 
States, assembled in national convention, on the anniversary of the adop- 
tion of the declaration of independence, do reaffirm our faith in that 
immortal proclamation of the inalienable rights of man, and our alle- 
giance to the constitution framed in harmony therewith by the fathers 
of the republic. We hold with the United States Supreme Court that 
the Declaration of Independence is the spirit of our government, of which 
the Constitution is the form and letter. 

We declare again that all governments instituted among men derive 
their just powers from the consent of the governed; that any govern- 
ment not based upon the consent of the governed is a tyranny, and that 
to impose upon any people a government of force is to substitute the 
methods of imperialism for those of a republic. We hold that the 
Constitution follows the flag, and denounce the doctrine that an executive 
or Congress, deriving their existence and their powers from the Con- 
stitution, can exercise lawful authority beyond it, or in violation of it. 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 153 

We assert that no nation can long endure half republic and half 
empire, and we warn the American people that imperialism abroad 
-will lead quickly and inevitably to despotism at home. 

PORTO RICO LAW DENOUNCED. 

Believing in these fundamental principles, we denounce the Porto 
'Rico law, enacted by a Republican Congress against the protest and 
opposition of the Democratic minority, as a bold and open violation off 
the nation's organic law, and a flagrant breach of the national goodf 
faith. 

It imposes upon the people of Porto Rico a government without 
their consent, and taxation without representation. It dishonors the 
American people by repudiating a solemn pledge made in their behalf 
by the commanding General of our Army, which the Porto Ricans 
welcomed to a peaceful and unresisted occupation of their land. It 
doomed to poverty and distress a people whose helplessness appeals with 
peculiar force to our justice and magnanimity. 

In this, the first act of its imperialistic programme, the Republi- 
can party seeks to commit the United States to a colonial policy, incon- 
sistent with Republican institutions, and condemned by the Supreme 
Court in numerous decisions. 

PLEDGES TO THE CUBANS. 

We demand the prompt and honest fulfillment of our pledge to the 
Cuban people and the world that the United States has no disposition 
nor intention to exercise sovereignty, jurisdiction, or control over the 
island of Cuba, except for its pacification. The war ended nearly two 
years ago, profound peace reigns over all the island, and still the adminis- 
tration keeps the government of the island from its people, while Republi- 
can carpet-bag officials plunder its revenues and exploit the colonial 
theory, to the disgrace of the American people. 

THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION. 

We condemn and denounce the Philippine policy of the present ad- 
ministration. It has involved the republic in unnecessary war, sacri- 
ficed the lives of many of our noblest sons, and placed the United States, 
previously known and applauded throughout the world as the champion 
of freedom, in the false and un-American position of crushing with 
military force the efforts of our former allies to achieve liberty and self- 
government. The Filipinos cannot become citizens without endanger- 
ing our civilization ; they cannot become subjects without imperiling 
our form of government, and we 'are not willing to surrender our civili- 
zation or to convert the republic into an empire : we favor an immediate 
decjaration of the nation'^ purpose to give to the Filipinos first, a stable 
form of government ; second, independence ; and, third, protection from 



164 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

outside interference such as has been given for nearly a century to the 
repubhcs of Central and South America. 

The greedy commercialism which dictated the Philippine policy of 
the Republican administration attempts to justify it with the plea that 
it will pay, but even this sordid and unworthy plea fails when brought 
to the test of facts. Tlie war of criminal aggression against the Fili- 
pinos, entailing an annual expense of many millions, has already cost 
more than any possible profit that could accrue from the entire Philip- 
pine trade for years to come. Furthermore, when trade is extended at 
the expense of liberty the price is always too high. 

We are not opposed to territorial expansion when it takes in desir- 
able territory which can be erected into states in the Union and whose 
people are willing and fit to become American citizens. 

We favor trade expansion by every peaceful and legitimate means. 
But we are unalterably opposed to the seizing or purchasing of distant 
islands to be governed outside the Constitution and whose people can 
never become citizens. 

We are in favor of extending the republic's influence among the 
nations, but believe that influence should be extended, not bv force and 
violence, but through the persuasive power of a high and honorable 
example. 

The importance of other questions now pending before the Amer^ 
ican people is in no wise diminished, and the Democratic party takes no 
backward step from its position on them, but the burning issue of im- 
perialism growing out of the Spanish war involves the very existence of 
the republic and the destruction of our free institutions. We regard it as 
the paramount issue of the campaign. 

THE MONROE DOCTRINE. 

The declaration in the Republican platform adopted at the Phil- 
adelphia convention, held in June, 1900, that the Republican party 
"steadfastly adheres to the policy announced in the Monroe doctrine" is 
manifestly insincere and deceptive. This profession is contradicted by 
the avowed policy of that party in opposition to the spirit of the Monroe 
doctrine to acquire and hold sovereignty over large areas of territory 
and large numbers of people in the eastern hemisphere. We insist on 
the strict maintenance of the Monroe doctrine and in all its integrity, 
both in letter and in spirit, as necessary to prevent the extension of 
European authority on this continent and as essential to our supremacy 
in American affairs. At the same time we declare that no American 
people shall ever be held by force in unwilling subjection to European 
authority. 

OPPOSITION TO MILITARISM. 

We oppose militarism. It means conquest abroad and intimidation 
and oppression at home. It means the strong arm which has ever been 



POLITICAL PUVTFORMS. 155 

fatal to free institutions. It is what millions of our citizens have fled 
from in Europe. It will impose upon our peace-loving people a large 
standing army and unnecessary burden of taxation and a constant menace 
to their liberties. 

A small standing aimy, with a well disciplined state militia, is amply 
sutlicient in time of peace. This republic has no place for a vast military 
service and conscription. 

When the nation is in danger the volunteer soldier is his country's 
best defender. The national guard of the United States should ever be 
cherished in the patriotic hearts of a free people. Such organizations 
are ever an element of strength and safety. 

For the first time in our history and co-eval with the Philippine 
conquest has there been a wholesale departure from our time-honored 
and approved system of volunteer organization. We denounce it as 
un-American, un-Democratic. and un-Republican, and as a subversion of 
the ancient and jfixed principles of a free people. 

TRUSTS DENOUNXED. 

Private monopolies are indefensible and intolerable. They destroy 
competition, control the price of all material, and of the finished product^ 
thus robbing both producer and consumer. They lessen the employ- 
ment of labor and arbitrarily fix the terms and conditions thereof, and 
deprive individual energy and small capital of their opportunity for 
betterment. They are the most efficient means yet devised for appro- 
priating the fruits of industry to the benefit of the few at the expense 
of the many, and unless their insatiate greed is checked all wealth will 
be aggregated in a few hands and the republic destroyed. 

The dishonest paltering with the trust evil by the Republican party 
in state and national platforms is conclusive proof of the truth of the 
charge that trusts are the legitimate product of Republican policies ; that 
they are fostered by Republican laws, and that they are protected by the 
Republican administration in return for campaign subscriptions and 
political support. 

We pledge the Democratic party to an increasing warfare in nation, 
state, and city against private monopoly in every form. Existing laws 
against trusts must be enforced and more stringent ones must be enacted 
providing for publicity as to the affairs of corporations engaged in inter- 
state conmierce and requiring all corporations to show, before doing 
business outside the state of their origin, that they have no water in their 
stock and that they have not attempted and arc not attempting, to 
monopolize any branch of business or the production of any articles of 
merchandise, and the whole constitutional power of Congress over inter- 
state commerce, the mails, and all modes of interstate conmiunication 
shall be exercised by the enactment of comprehensive laws upon the 
subject of trusts. 



166 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Tariff laws should be amended by putting the products of trusts 
upon the free list to prevent monopoly under the plea of protection. 

The failure of the present RepubHcan administration, with an abso- 
lute control over all the branches of the national government, to enact 
any legislation designed to prevent or even curtail the absorbing power 
of trusts and illegal combinations, or to enforce the anti-trust laws 
already on the statute books, proves the insincerity of the high-sounding 
phrases of the Republican platform. 

Corporations should be protected in all their rights and their legit- 
imate interests should be respected, but any attempt by corporations to 
interfere with the public affairs of the people or to control the sovereignty 
which creates them should be forbidden under such penalties as will 
. make such attempts impossible. 

We condemn the Dingley tariff law as a trust-breeding measure, 
skillfully devised to give the few favors which they do not deserve and 
to place upon the many burdens which they should not bear. 

INTERSTATE COMMERCE LAW. 

We favor such an enlargement of the scope of the interstate com- 
merce law as will enable the commission to protect individuals and com- 
munities from discriminations and the public from unjust and unfair 
transportation rates. 

DECLARATION FOR l6 TO I. 

We reaffirm and indorse the principles of the national Democratic 
platform adopted at Chicago in 1896, and we reiterate the demand of 
that platform for an American financial system, made by the American 
people for themselves, which shall restore and maintain a bimetalic level, 
and as part of such system the immediate restoration of the free and 
unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the present legal ratio of 16 to i, 
Avithout waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation. 

CURRENCY DAW DENOUNCED. 

We denounce the currency bill enacted at the last session of Con- 
gress as a step forward in the Republican policy which aims to discredit 
the sovereign right of the national government to issue all money/ 
whether coin or paper, and to bestow upon national banks the power 
to issue and control the volume of paper money for their own benefit. 

A permanent national bank currency, secured by government bonds, 
must have a permanent debt to rest upon, and if the bank currency is to 
increase with population and business the debt must also increase. 
The Republican currency scheme is therefore a scheme for fastening 
upon taxpayers a perpetual and growing debt for the benefit of the banks. 

We are opposed to this private corporation paper circulated as 
money, but without legal-tender qualities, and demand the retirement 
of the national bank notes as fast as government paper or silver certificates 
can be substituted for them. 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 15T 

SENATORS ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE. 

We favor an amendment to the Federal constitution providing for 
the election of United States Senators by direct vqte of the people, and 
we favor direct legislation wherever practicable. 

GOVERNMENT BY INJUNCTION. 

We are opposed to government by injunction; we denounce the 
blacklist, and favor arbitration as a means of settling disputes between 
corporations and their employes. 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. 

In the interest of American labor and the uplifting of the working- 
men, as the cornerstone of the prosperity of our country, we recommend 
that Congress create a Department of labor, in charge of a secretar}-, 
with a seat in the Cabinet, believing that the elevation of the American 
laborer will bring with it increased production and increased prosperity 
to our country at home ^nd to our commerce abroad. 

PENSIONS. 

We are proud of the courage and fidelity of the American soldiers 
and sailors in all our wars ; we favor liberal pensions to them and their 
dependents, and we reiterate the position taken in the Chicago platform 
in 1896, that the fact of enlistment and service shall be deemed conclusive 
evidence against disease and disability before enlistment. 

NICARAGUA CANAU 

We favor the immediate construction, ownership and control of the 
Nicaragua canal by the United States and we denounce the insincerity of 
the plank in the national Republican platform for an Isthmian canal in ' 
face of the failure of the Republican majority to pass the bill pending in 
Congress. 

We condemn the Hav-Pauncefote treaty as a surrender of American 
rights and interests; not to be tolerated by the American people. 

ARID LANDS. 

We favor an intelligent system of improving the arid lands of the 
West, storing the waters for purposes of irrigation, and the holding of 
such lands for actual settlers. 

STATEHOOD FOR THE TERRITORIES. 

We denounce the failure of the Republican party to carry out its 
pledges, to grant statehood to the territories of Arizona, New Mexico, 
and Oklahoma, and we promise the people of those territories immediate 
statehood and home rule during their condition as territories, and we 



158 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

favor home rule and a territorial form of government for Alaska and 
Porto Rico. 

CHINESE EXCLUSION LAW. 

We favor the continuance and strict enforcement of the Chinese 
exclusion law and its application to the same classes of all Asiatic races. 

ALLIANCE WITH ENGLAND. 

Jefferson said: *Teace, commerce, and honest friendship with all 
nations : entangling alliances with none." 

We approve this wholesome doctrine and earnestly protest against 
the Republican departure which has involved us in so-called politics, 
including the diplomacy of Europe and the intrigue and land-grabbing 
of Asia, and we especially condemn the ill-concealed Republican alliance 
with England, which must mean discrimination against other friendly 
nations, and which has already stifled the nation's voice while liberty is 
being strangled in Africa. 

SYMPATHY FOR THE BOERS. 

Believing in the principles of self-government, and rejecting, as did 
our forefathers, the claim of monarchy, we view with indignation the 
purpose of England to overwhelm with force the South African republics. 
Speaking, as we do, for the entire American nation except its Republican 
officeholders, and for all free men everywhere, we extend our sympathy 
to the heroic Burghers in their unequal struggle to maintain their liberty 
and independence. 

REPUBLICAN APPROPRIATIONS. 

We denounce the lavish appropriations of recent Republican Con- 
grcxsses, which have kept taxes high, and which threaten the perpetuation 
of the oppressive war levies. 

SHIP-SUBSIDY BILL. 

We oppose the accumulation of a surplus to be squandered in such 
bare-faced frauds upon the taxpayers as the shipping subsidy bill, which 
under the false pretense of prospering American ship-building, would 
put unearned millions into the pockets of favorite contributors to the 
Republican campaign fund. 

REPEAL OF THE WAR TAXES. 

We favor the reduction and speedy repeal of the war taxes, and a 
return to the time-honored Democratic policy «f strict economv in gov- 
ernmental expenditures. 

CONCLUDING PLEA TO THE PEOPLE. 

Believing that our most cherished institutions are in great peril, 
that the very existence of our constitutional republic is at stake, and 
that the decision now to be rendered will determine whether or not 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 159 

our children are to enjoy those blessed privileges of free government 
which have made the United States great, prosperous, and honored, we 
earnestly ask for the foregoing declaration of principles the hearty 
support of the liberty-loving American people, regardless of previous 
party affiliations. 



OHIO DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM, 1000. 

We, the Democrats of Ohio, in convention assembled, reaffirm our 
adherence to the Democratic national platform adopted at Chicago in 
1896. But new and grave issues have arisen, threatening the safety of 
free government itself, which should command at this time the most 
serious attention of all patriotic citizens. 

FLAG AND CONSTITUTION. 

We enter our protest against the doctrine that the president or con- 
gress can govern acquired territory outside and independently of the 
Constitution of the United States, as a doctrine utterly subversive of 
every foundation principle of our government. Tlie Declaration of Inde- 
pendence, the flag and the Constitution must e\ery where stand together 
as emblems of human liberty and equal rights for all, and where one goes, 
all go. We therefore denounce imperialism under any pretense as neces- 
sarily leading to militarism, and as wholly foreign to our system of gov- 
ernment, and declare that neither Congress nor thePresident can exercise 
any power not derived from the Constitution. We therefore denounce 
the Porto Rican tariff bill as a palpable violation of the doctrines of the 
fathers and of the fundamental principles of our government, which is 
based upon equal rights to all. 

TRUSTS. 

Trusts "and monopolies, formed for the purpose of arbitrarily con- 
trolling production and prices in the interest solely of combined capital, 
if allowed to go, can result only in industrial serfdom for the mass of the 
people. We therefore oppose all such combinations, and demand that 
not only shall existing laws against combinations in restraint of trade be 
rigidly enforced, but, believing that protective tariffs and railway dis- 
criminations have been, and still are, the chief supporters of nionoi)oIies, 
we favor the removal of all duties from imports monoj)()lized by trusts, 
and also demand the enactment and enforcement of such legislation as 
will prevent every species of discrimination, and believe that the coura- 
geous and honest application of the Democratic maxim of *'equal rights 
to all and special privileges to none/' will be effective to destroy, and 
thereafter Drevent, any trust or combination of capital that is prejudicial 



160 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

to the general welfare ; we demand the repeal of all laws giving special 
privilege to any person, class, locality or interest. 

CURRENCY LAW DENOUNCED. 

We denounce the currency law passed by the present Congress, 
which transfers to the banks the entire control of the paper currency, thus 
laying the foundation for a money trust which will have power to con- 
trol the prices of all property and to stimulate or strangle business ; on 
the other hand, by requiring the government to redeem all forms of 
currency in gold, it continues and multiplies the evils of the "endless 
chain'' and imposes upon the government the entire burden of supplying 
gold for export whenever demanded, and to obtain which it must issue 
bonds when necessary, thus necessitating not only a perpetual debt, but 
a perpetually increasing debt. 

In lieu of a currency of bank promises to pay, to be expanded and 
contracted as the interests of banks alone may dictate, we demand that 
the general government shall not only coin the metals but shall issue and 
regulate the volume of paper currency also in the interest of all the 
people, and that all currency intended to circulate as money shall be 
legal tender and be maintained at a parity of value, and be regulated with 
a view to maintaining stable price levels and safe business conditions. 

STANDING ARMY. 

Great standing armies have ever been and arc now a dangerous and 
constant menace to human liberty, and we demand the reduction of our 
standing army to a peace basis. 

As Democrats we express our deepest sympathies for the Boers of. 
South Africa, who, against such fearful odds, are heroically struggling 
for that same liberty for which our fathers fought a century and a quarter 
ago, and which at so much sacrifice they gained and handed down to us. 

PHILIPPINE WAR. 

We demand also that the unrighteous, unnecessary and unjust war 
now being waged for conquest against the Filipinos, who ask only for 
the right of self-government, be brought to a speedy close by a peace 
honorable to us and just to them, and in accordance with the principles 
of the Declaration of Independence. 

We favor an unfaltering adherence to the Monroe doctrine and 
oppose entangling alliances, secret or open, with any foreign powers. 

We favor the construction and control, by the United States alone, 
of an inter-ocean canal as a commercial highway for all nations. 

We proudly and gratefully recognize the heroism, valor and glorious 
achievement of our gallant soldiers and sailors from Bunker Hill to the 
present time, but we regret' that American soldiers are being unlawfully 
used in the name of liberty to crush and destroy dawning Republicanism 
in the Orient. 



POLITICAL PUMFORMS. 161 

PENSION DEPARTMENT. 

We condemn the partial and unfair conduct of the pension depart- 
ment under the present administration. 

We favor an immediate reduction of the war tax. 

We favor the election of the president, the vice-president and United 
States, senators by direct vote of the people. 

As American citizens we deplore the scandals and corruption that 
have come to light under the present administration, and especially the 
scandalous developments in Cuba, w^ich are but the natural result of 
irresponsible administration of provincial government, as attested by 
history both ancient and modern. 

We favor the principle of the initiative and referendum in legisla- 
tion ; the passage of an eight-hour labor law ; the more rigid inspection of 
mines and workshops by experienced and competent inspectors only; 
the prohibition of sweatshops. 

We favor the enactment of laws for the uniform organization of 
villages and cities in Ohio. 

INSTRUCTED FOR BRYAN. 

We affirm anew our undiminished faith in the acknowledged leader 
of our party, William J. Bryan, and demand his nomination at Kansas 
City for President of the United States, and the delegates elected by this 
convention are instructed so to cast their votes. 



PROHIBITION PLATFORM.. 

[ Adopted in Convention at Chicago. June 27, 1900.] 

PREAMRLK. 

* t 

The National Prohibition Party, in convention represented, at Chi- 
cago, June 27 and 28, 1900, acknowledge Almighty God as the Supreme 
Source of all just government. Realizing that this republic was 
founded upon Christian principles and can endure only as it embodies 
justice and righteousness, and asserting that all authority should seek 
the best good of all the governed, to this end wisely prohibiting what 
IS wrong and permitting only what is right, hereby records and pro- 
claims : 

DEFINITION OF PARTY AND ARRAIGNMENT OF PARTIES. 

I. We accept and insert the definition given by Edmund Burke, 
that "a party is a body of men joined together for the purpose of pro- 
moting, by their joint endeavor, the national interest upon some particular 
principle upon which they are all agreed.*' We declare that there is no 

// S. S. 



162 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

principle now advocated, by any other party, which could be made a fact 
in government with such beneficent moral and material results as the 
principle of Prohibition, applied to the beverage liquor traffic; that the 
national interest could be promoted in no other way so surely and widely 
as by its adoption and assertion through a national policy, and the co- 
operation therein of every state, forbidding the manufacture, sale, exporta- 
, tion, importation and transportation of irftoxicating liquors for beverage 
purposes; that we stand for this as the only principle, proposed by any 
party anywhere, for the settlement of a question greater and graver 
than any other before the American people, and involving more pro- 
foundly than any other their moral future, and financial welfare; and 
that air the patriotic citizenship of this country, agreed upon this prin- 
ciple, however much disagreement there may be as to minor consid- 
erations and issues, should stand together at the ballot-box, from this 
time forward, until Prohibition is the established policy of the United 
States, with a party in power to enforce it and to insure its moral and 
material benefits. 

We insist that such a party, agreed upon this principle and policy, 
having sober leadership, without any obhgation for success to the saloon 
vote and to those demoralizing political combinations of men and money 
now allied therewith and suppliant thereto, could successfully cope with 
all other and lesser problems of government, in legislative halls and in 
the executive chair, and that it is useless for any party to make declara- 
tions in its platform as to any questions concerning which there may 
be serious differences of opinion in its own membership, and as to which, 
because of such differences, the party could legislate only on a basis of 
mutual concessions when coming into power. 

We submit that the Democratic and Republican parties are alike 
insincere in their assumed hostility to trusts and monopolies. They 
dare not and do not attack the most dangerous of them all, the liquor 
power. So long as the saloon debauches the citizen and breeds the 
purchasable voter, money will continue <o buy its way to power. Break 
down this traffic, elevate manhood, and a sober citizenship will find a 
way to control dangerous combinations of capital. 

We propose as a first step in the financial problems of the nation 
to save more than a billion' of dollars every year, now annually expended 
to support the liquor traffic and to demoralize our people. When that 
is accomplished, conditions will have so improved that with a clearer 
atmosphere the country can address itself to the questions as to the kind 
and quantity of currency needed. 

THE ISSUE PRESENTED. 

2. We reaffirm as true indisputably the declaration of William 
Windom, when secretary of the treasury in the cabinet of President 
Arthur, that "Considered socially, financially, politically or morally, the 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 163 

licensed liquor traffic is or ought to be the overwhelming issue in Amer- 
ican politics," and that **the destruction of this iniquity stands next on 
the calendar of the world's progress." We hold that the existence of 
our party presents this issue squarely to the American people, and lays 
upon them the responsibility of choice between liquor parties, dom- 
inated by distillers and brewers, with their policy of saloon perpetuation, 
breeding waste, wickedness, woe, pauperism, taxation, corruption and 
crime, and our one party of patriotic and moral principle, with a policy 
which defends it from domination by corrupt bosses and which insures 
it forever against the blighting control of saloon politics. 

We face with sorrow, shame and fear, the awful fact that this liquor 
traffic has a grip on our government, municipal, state and national, 
through the revenue system and saloon sovereignty, which no other 
party dares to dispute ; a grip which dominates the party now in power, 
from caucus to Congress, from policeman to President, from the rumshop 
to the White House ; a grip which compels the chief executive to con- 
sent that law shall be nullified in behalf of the brewer, that the canteen 
shall curse our army and spread intemperance across the seas, and that 
our flag shall wave as the symbol of partnership at home and abroad, 
between this government and the men who defy and defile it for their 
unholy gain. 

THE PRESIDENT ARRAIGNED. 

3. We charge upon President McKinley, who was elected to his 
high office by appeals to Christian sentiment and patriotism almost 
unprecedented and by a combination of moral influences never before 
seen in this country, that, by his conspicuous example as a wine- 
<lrinker at ptiblic banquets and as a wine-serving host in the White 
House, he has done more to encourage the liquor business, to demor- 
alize the temperance habits of you»g men, and to bring Christian prac- 
tices and requirements into disrepute, than any other President this 
republic has ever had. We further charge upon President McKinley 
responsibility for the army canteen, with all its dire brood of disease, 
immorality, sin and death, in this country, in Cuba, in Porto Rico and 
the Philippines; and we insist that by his attitude concerning the can- 
teen, and his apparent contempt for the vast number of petitions and 
petitioners protesting against it, he has outraged and insulted the moral 
sentiment of this country, in such a manner and to such a degree, as 
calls for its righteous uprising and his indignant and effective rebuke. 

We challenge denial of the fact that our chief executive, as com- 
mander in chief of the military forces of the United States, at any time 
prior to or since March 2, 1899, could have closed every army saloon, 
called a canteen, by 'executive order, as President Hayes in effect did 
before him, and should have closed them, for the same reasons which 
actuated President Hayes; we assert that the act of Congress, passed 
March 2, 1899, forbidding the sale of liquor, "in any post-exchange or 
canteen," by. any "officer or private soldier" or by "any other person on 



164 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

any premises used for military purposes in the United States/' was and is- 
as explicit an act of Prohibition as the English language can frame ; we 
declare our solemn >belief that the attorney general of the United States 
in his interpretation of that law- , and the secretary of war in his acceptance 
of that interpretation and his refusal to enforce the law, were and are 
guilty of treasonable nullification thereof, and that President McKinley^ 
through his assent to and indorsement of such interpretation and refusal^ 
on the part of officials appointed by and responsible to him, shares 
responsibility in their guilt; and w^e record our conviction that a ne\\r 
and serious peril -confronts our country, in the fact that its President,, 
at the behest of the beer power, dare and does abrogate a law of Con- 
gress, through subordinates removable at will by him and whose acts 
become his, and thus virtually confesses that laws are to be administered,, 
or to be nullified in the interest of a law-defying business, by an admin- 
istration under mortgage to such* business for support. 

FOREIGN LIQUOR POLICY CONDEMNED. 

4. We deplore the fact that an administration of this republic^ 
claiming the right and power to carry our flag across seas, and to con- 
quer and to annex new territory, should admit its lack of power, to pro- 
hibit the American saloon on subjugated soil, or should openly confess 
itself subject to liquor sovereignty under that flag. We are humiliated,, 
exasperated and grieved, by the evidence painfully abundant, that this 
administration's policy of expansion is bearing so rapidly its first fruits 
of drunkenness, insanity and crime under the hot-house sun of the 
tropics ; and when the president of the first Philippine commission says^ 
"It was unfortunate that w^e introduced and established the saloon there, 
to corrupt the natives and to exhibit the vices of our race," we charge the 
inhumanity and unchristianity of tffis act upon the administration of 
William McKinley and upon the party which elected and would per- 
petuate the same. 

5. We declare that the only policy which the government of the 
United States can of right uphold as to the liquor traffic, under the 
national constitution, upon any territory under the military or civil 
control of that government, is the policy of Prohibition : that "to estab- 
lish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defence,, 
promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to our- 
selves and our posterity,'' as the Constitution provides, the liquor traffic 
must neither be sanctioned nor tolerated, and that the revenue policy, 
which makes our government a partner with distillers and brewers and 
bar-keepers, is a disgrace to our civilization, an outrage upon humanity^ 
and a crime against God. 

We condemn the present administration at Washington because it 
has repealed the prohibitory laws in Alaska, and has given over the 
partly civilized tribes there to be the prey of the American grog-shop; 



POLITICAL FLwVTFORMS. 166 

and because it has entered upon a license policy in our new* possessions 
by incorporating the same in the recent act of Congress in the code of 
laws for the government of the Hawaiian Islands. 

We call general attention to the fearful fact that exportation of 
liquors from the United States to the Philippine Islands increased from 
$337 in 1898 to $467,198 in the first ten months, of the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1900; and that while our expxortation of liquors to Cuba never 
reached $30,000 a year, previous to American occupation of that island, 
our exports of such liquors to Cuba, during the fiscal year of 1899, 
reached the sum of $629,855. 

CALL TO MORAL AND CHRISTIAN CITIZENSHIP. 

6. One great religious body (the Baptist) having truly declared 
of the liquor traffic **that it has no defensible right to exist, that it can 
never be reformed, and that it stands condemned by its unrighteous 
fruits as a thing un-Christian, un-American, and perilous utterly to 
every interest in life'' ; another great religious body (the Methodist) 
Tiaving as truly asserted and reiterated that "no political party has a right 
to expect, nor should receive, the votes of Christian men so long as ft 
stands committed to the license system, or refuses to put itself on 
record in an attitude of open hostility to the saloon*'; other great reli- 
gious bodies having made similar deliverances, in language plain and 
unequivocal, as to the liquor traffic and the duty of Christian citizenship 
in opposition thereto ; and the fact being plain and undeniable that the 
Democratic party stands for license, the saloon, and the canteen, while 
the Republican party, in policy and administration, stands for the can- 
teen, the saloon and revenue therefrom, we declare ourselves justified 
in expecting that Christian voters everywhere shall cease their com- 
plicity with the liquor curse by refusing to uphold a liquor party, and 
shall unite themselves with the only party which upholds the Prohibition 
policy, and which for nearly thirty years has been the faithful defender 
of the churchy the state, the home and the school, against the saloon, its 
expanders and perpetuators, their actual and persistent foes. 

We insist that no differences of belief, as to any other question or 
concern of government, should stand in the way of such a union of 
moral and Christian citizenship as we hereby invite, for the speedy set- 
tlement of this paramount moral, industrial, financial and political issue, 
which our party presents ; ancl we refrain from declaring ourselves upon 
all minor matters, as to which diflferences of opinion may e;\ist. that 
hereby we may offer to the American people a platform so broad that 
all can stand upon it who desire to see sober citizenship actually sov- 
ereign over the allied hosts of evil, sin and crime, in a governnuni «; 
the people, by the people and for the people. 

We declare that there' are but two real parties, lo-dav, concernin"- 
the liquor traffic — perpctuationists and Prohibitionists ; and that patriot- 



166 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

ism, Christianity and every interest of genuine and of pure democracy, 
besides the loyal demands of our common humanity, require the speedy 
union, in one solid phalanx at the ballot box, of all who oppose the 
liquor traffic's perpetuation, and who covet endurance for this republic. 



OHIO STATE PROHIBITION PLATFORM. 

The Prohibition party of Ohio in convention assembled return 
thanks to Almighty God, the Sovereign and Supreme Ruler, for the many 
encouraging indications of an awakened conscience in the American 
people on the vital question of the suppression of the liquor traffic, the 
growing tendency of the courts to decide against the liquor dealer, and 
for the bright hopes, fresh courage and stirring enthusiasm with which 
he has inspired our rank and file, and 

Whereas, The legalized liquor traffic is a public nuisance, imper- 
illing the welfare of society, the safety of the state and the perpetuity of 
the Republic — a monstrous wrong against humanity and a violation of 
the laws of God — a breeder of crime and a hotbed of anarchy, an appalling 
drain upon the resources of the nation, a parasite on society, a pirate 
on business, and a pillager of labor, the producer of pauperism and the 
•cause of increasing taxation, a corruptor of politics and a tyrant that 
dominates public servants, neutralizing the influence of the home, par- 
alyzing the work of the church, defeating the purpose of our educational 
institutions and hindering every work of progress and reform ; therefore 
be it resolved, 

1, That in the name of the eternal right and for the sake of our 
common citizenship we continue to wage an unrelenting warfare upon 
this iniquity and upon every organization and agency that stands in the 
way of its complete suppression. 

2, That to accomplish this object the establishment of a political 
party with this mission for its chief concern, is an imperative necessity, 
and hence we adhere to our purpose of securing a new alignment of the 
voting force of the state and nation, and .its united action to forever out- 
law the manufacture, sale, importation, exportation and inter-state trans- 
portation of all alcoholic liquors for beverage purposes and thus place 
it on the same legal status with the hawdy-house and gambling hell, where 
it properly belongs. 

3, That the nullification of the anti-eanteen law. the transplanting 
of the American saloon to our new possessions and the defeat of the 
Clark Local Option Bill by the Ohio legislature, are simply the fruits 
of a system of partisan politics that depends on the division of the spoils 
and the control of the slum vote to perpetuate the party in power, shows 
the folly of depending upon these parties for legislation antagonistic to 
the liquor traffic and specially emphasizes the. imperative necessity of the 
existence of the Prohibi-ion party. 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 167 

4. That no citizen shall be denied the right of suffrage on account 
of sex. 

5, We appeal to every patriotic citizen who desires to free himself 
from complicity with the liquor traffic, secure release from the domina- 
tion of the saloons and aid in dissolving the infamous partnership which 
now exists between the government and the liquor traffic through tax 
and license laws, to unite with us at the ballot box in our patriotic pur- 
pose to destroy this iniquity. 



NATIONAL PLATFORM OF THE UNION REFORM PARTY. 

[Adopted bv the Ohio State Con\*ention.] 

Our present system of government vests the entire law making power 
in representatives. The people elect these representatives, but have no 
control over their actions. 

An experience of over a hundred years in the practical operation 
of this system has proved that it does not provide a government of, by 
and for the people. • 

Representatives cannot always know certainly the will of their con- 
stituents, and even where that will has been clearly manifested it has been 
continually disregarded. 

Legislative bodies from municipal councils to the national Congress 
have been controlled by corrupt influences. Legislation has conse- 
quently been in the interest of the corrupt few and against the interest 
of the voiceless masses. 

Under this system the people are disfranchised on all matters of 
legislation. They are allowed to vote for men, but are denied the right 
to vote for measures. The people are governed by the laws which they 
did not enact and cannot repeal. 

As the result of this system great abuses have arisen and politics 
has become a synonym for corruption. 

The people have seen these abuses, but being disfranchised on all 
legislative questions have been unable to provide a remedy. They have 
become divided into parties and factions contending with each other in 
regard to the legislation needed. They have overlooked the fact that 
under our system of government they have power neitlier to enact legis- 
lation which they desire nor to prevent legislation to which they are 
opposed. 

In search for relief the people have turned from one party to another, 
and have organized new parties without number. 

But all such efforts have been fruitless, and must continue so to be 
as long as the people are disfranchised. They must be invested with 
the power to make their own laws before they can have laws made in 
their own interest. 



168 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

So long as*the people have no voice in legislation it is useless for 
them to contend among themselves regarding the legislation which tKey 
need, but cannot enact. 

That we may have a government conducted in the interests of the 
people and which will provide for the peace, prosperity, morality and 
happiness of the entire nation, we must have a government which is in 
fact of the people,* by the people and for the people, and in which the 
people shall rule. 

We, therefore, reserving to ourselves the right to our individual 
opinions on all questions of legislation, unite for the accomplishment 
of this end — the enfranchisement of the American people and the estab- 
lishment of a government in which the will of the people shall be su- 
preme. And to this we pledge our 'united labors. . 

And we invifte all persons who believe in the principles of liberty 
and the Declaration of Independence to unite in support of the following 

PIa\TFORM. 

Direct legislation under the system known as the initiative and 
referendum. 

Under the "initiative'' the people can compel the submission to them- 
selves of any desired law, when, if it receives a majority of the votes cast, 
it is thereby enacted. 

Under the '^referendum" the people can compel the submission to 
themselves of any law which has been adopted by any legislative body, 
when, if such law fails to receive a majority of the votes cast, it will 
be thereby rejected. 



PLATFORM OF THE SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY. 

[Endorsed by the Ohio State Convention.] 

The Socialist Labor party of the United States, in Convention 
assembled, re-asserts the inalienable right of all men to life, liberty, and 
the pursuit of happiness. 

With the founders of the American republic, we hold that the pur- 
pose of government is to secure every citizen in the enjoyment of this 
right; but in the light of our social conditions we hold, furthermore, that 
no such right can be exercised under a system of economic inequality, 
essentially destructive of life, of liberty and of happiness. 

With the founders of this republic, we hold that the true theory of 
politics is that the machinery of government must be owned and con- 
trolled by the whole people; but in the light of. our industrial develop- 
ment we hold, furthermore, that the true theory of economics is that the 
machinery of production must likewise belong to the people in common. 

To the obvious fact that our despotic system of economics is the 
direct opposite of our democratic system of politics, can plainly be 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 169 



\ 



traced the existenQe of a privileged class, the corruption of goveniment 
ly that class, the alienation of public property, public franchises and 
jpnblic functions to that class, and the abject dependence of the mightiest 
4if nations upon that class. 

Again, through the perversion of democracy to the ends of plutoc- 
mcy, labor is robbed of the wealth which it alone produces, is denied 
Ae means of self-employment, and, by compulsory idleness in wage 
tyeT>% is even deprived of the necessaries of life. 

Human power and natural forces are thus wasted, that the plutocracy 
IV rule. 

Ignorance and misery, with all their concomitant evils, are perpet- 
-sated that the people may be kept in bondage. 

Science and invention are diverted from their humane purpose to 
Ae enslavement of women and children. 

Against such a system the Socialist Labor party once more enters 
its protest. Once more it reiterates its fundamental declaration that 
private property in the natural sources of production and in the instru- 
iBBcnts of labor is the obvious cause of all economic servitude and political 
drpendence. 

The time is fast coming, however, when in the natural course of 
joclal evolution, this system, through the destructive action of its failures 
id crises on the one hand, and the constructive tendencies of its trusts 
id other capitalistic combinations on the other hand, shall have worked 
.fflnt its own downfall. 

We, therefore, call upon the wage worki'rs of the United States, and 
mpon all other honest citizens, to organize under the banner of the 
Socialist Labor party into a class-conscious body, aware of its rights 
-and determined to conquer them by taking possession of the public 
; so that, held together by an indomitable spirit of solidarity 
idcT the most trying conditions of the present class struggle, we may 
pnt a summary end to that barbarous struggle by the abolition of classes, 
jsbc restoration of the land and of all the means of production, trans- 
-ponation and distribution to the people as a collective body, and the 
snlistitution of the Co-operative Commonwealth for the present state of 
planless production, industrial war and social disorder : a commonwealth 
in wliich every worker shall have the free exercise and full benefit of his 
faculties, multiplied by all the modern factors of civilization. 



PLATFORM OF OHIO SOCLA.L DEMOCRATIC PARTY. ( 

The Social Democratic party and the Socialist Labor party of Ohio. 
Id convention assembled in the City of Columbus, July 4, 1900. do on 
Ais historic day declare that union of the two parties be and the same 
is hereby consummated under the name of the Social Democratic party, 



170 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

and that we endorse the nominations of Eugene V. Debs, of Indiana, 
and Job Harriman, of California, for President and Vice-President, re« 
spectively. 

The Social Democratic party of Ohio reaffirms its allegiance to the 
revolutionary principles of International Socialism and declares the su- 
preme political issues in America to-day to be the contest between the 
working class and the capitalist class for the possession of the power of 
government. The Party affirms its steadfast purpose to use those powers, 
once achieved, to destroy wage-slavery, abolish the institutions of private 
property in the means of « production, and establish the Co-operative 
Commonwealth. 

In the United States, as in all other civilized countries, the natural 
order of economic development has separated society into two antago- 
nistic classes — the capitalist, a comparatively small class, the possessors 
of all modern means of production and distribution (land, mines, machin- 
ery and means of transportation and communication), and the large 
and ever increasing class of wage-workers possessing no means of pro- 
duction. 

This economic supremacy has secured to the dominant class the full 
control of the government, the pulpit, the schools and the public press, 
thereby making them arbiters of the fate of the working class, while it is 
reducing it to a condition of dependence, economically exploited and 
oppressed, intellectually and physically crippled and degraded and its 
political equality rendered a bitter mockery: and the contest between 
these two classes grows ever sharper. Hand in hand with the growth 
of monopolies goes the annihilation of small industries and the middle 
class depending upon them; ever larger grows the multitude of destitute 
wage-workers and of the unemployed, and ever fiercer the struggle be- 
tween the class of the exploiter and the exploited, the capitalist and the 
wage-workers. 

The evil effects 'of capitalist production are intensified by the 
recurring industrial crisis continually rendering the existence of the 
greater part of the population more precarious and uncertain, which 
amply proves that the modern means of production have outgrown the 
existing social order based on production for profit. 

Human energy and natural resources are wasted for individual gain. 

Ignorance is fostered that wage-slavery may be j)crpetuate(l. Sci- 
ence and invention are pervxirted to the exploitation of men, women and 
children. 

The lives and liberties of the working class arc recklessly sacri- 
ficed for profit. 

Wars are fomented between nations: indiscriminate slaughter i^ 
encouraged: the destruction of whole races is sanctioned in order that 
the capitalist class may extend its commercial dominion abroad and en- 
hance its supremacy at home. 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. , 171 

The introduction of a new and higher order of society is the historic 
mission of the working class. All other classes despite their apparent or 
actual conflicts are interested in the upholding of the system of private 
ownership of the means of production. We therefore charge that in this 
country the Democratic, Republican and all other parties which do not 
stand for the complete overthrow of the capitalist system of production 
are alike the tools of the capitalist class. 

The working class cannot, however, act as a class in the struggle 
against the collective power of the capitalist class except by constituting 
itself into a political party, distinct and opposed to all parties formed by 
the propertied classes. 

We, therefore, call upon the wage-workers of the United States, 
without distinction to color, race or sex, and upon all citizens in sym- 
pathy with the historic mission of the working class to organize under 
the banner of the Social Democratic party, as a party truly representing 
the interests of the toiling masses and uncompromisingly waging war 
upon the exploiting class, until the system of wage slavery shall be abol- 
ished and the Co-operadve Commonwealth shall be established. 

Pending the accomplishment of this our ultimate purpose, we pledge 
every effort of the Social Democratic party for the immediate improve- 
ment of the condition of labor, and also for securing its progressive 
demands. 

**Workingmen of all countries, unite! You have nothing to lose but 
your chains, and a world to gain!" 



As steps in that direction we make the following demands: 

First — Revision of our federal constitution, in order to remove the 
obstacles to complete control of government by the people irrespective 
of sex. 

Second — The public ownership of all industries controlled by mo- 
nopolies, trusts and combines. 

Third — The pubfic ownership of all railroads, telegraphs and tele- 
phones; all means of transportation and communication; all waterworks, 
gas and electric plants, and other pubHc utilities. 

Fourth — The public ownership of all gold and silver, copper, iron, 
lead, coal and other mines, and all oil and gas wells. 

Fifth — The reduction of the hours of labor in proportion to the in- 
creasing facilities of production. 

Sixth — The inauguration of a system of public works and improve- 
ments for the employment of the unemployed, the public credit to be 
utilized for that purpose. 

Seventh — Useful inventions to be free, the inventor to be remuner- 
ated by the public. 

Eighth — Labor legislation to be national instead of local, and inter- 
national when possible. 



172 • REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Xinfh — National insurance of working people against accidents, lack 
of employment and want of old age. 

Tenth — Equal civic and political rights, for men and women, and the 
abolition of all laws discriminating against woirien. 

Eleventh — ^The adoption of the initiative and referendum, propor- 
tional representation, and the right of recall of representatives by voters. 

Twelfth — Abolition of war and the introduction of international ar- 
bitration. 



FUSION POPULIST OR PEOPLE'S PARTY PLATFORM 

[Adopted in National Convention at Sioux Palis, South Dakota, May 10, lOOO.J 

The Peoples Party of the United States, in convention assembled, 
congratulating its supporters on the wide extension of its principles in 
all directions, does hereby reaffirm its adherence to the fundamental 
principles proclaimed in its two prior platforms and calls upon all who 
desire to avert the subversion of free institutions by corporate and 
imperialistic power to unite with it in bringing the government back 
to the ideals of Washington, Jefferson, Jackson and Lincoln. 

It extends to its allies in the struggle for financial and economic 
freedom assurances of its loyalty to the principles which animate the 
allied forces and the promise of honest and hearty co-operation in every 
effort for their success. 

To the people of the United States we offer the following platform 
as the expression of our unalterable convictions : 

Rcsoived, That we denounce the act of March 14, 1900, as the culmi- 
nation of a long series of conspiracies to deprive the people of their con- 
stitutional rights over the money of the nation and relegate to the 
gigantic money trust the control of the purse, and hence of the people. 
We denounce this act : 

1. For making all money obhgations, domestic and foreign, pay- 
able in gold coin or its equivalent, thus enormously increasing the bur- 
dens of the debtors and enriching the creditors. 

2. For refunding "gold bonds" not to mature for years into long- 
time gold bonds, so as to make their payment improbable and our debt 
perpetual. 

3. For taking from the treasury over fifty millions of dollars in 
a time of war and presenting it at a premium to bondholders to accom- 
plish the refunding of bonds not due. 

4. For doubling the capital of bankers by returning to them tlic 
face value of their bonds in current money notes, so that they may draw 
one interest from the government and another from the people. 

5. For allowing banks to expand and contract their circulation at 
pleasure, thus controlling prices of all products. 



POLITICAL PL.\TFORMS, 



173 



6. For authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to isajuc new gold 
IxMids to an unlimited amount whenever he deems it necessary to 
replenish the gold hoard, thus enabling usurers to secure more bond.s 

^and more bank currency by drawing gold from the treasury, thereby 
creating an "endless chain" for perpetually adding to a perpetual debt. 

HIT AT GREEXnACKS. 

7. For striking down the greenback in order to force the people 
to borrow three hundred and forty-six millions of dollars more from 
banks, at an annual cost of over twenty millions of dollars. 

While barring out the money of the Constitution this law opens 
the printing mints of the treasury to the free coinage of bank paper 
money, to enrich the few and impoverish the many. 

We pledge anew the Peoples Party never to cease the agitation 
Ulttil thig eighth financial conspiracy is blotted from the statute books,, 
the Lincoln greenback restored, the bonds all paid and all corporaticwi 
monev forever retired. 

We reaffirm the demand for the reopening of the mints of the United 
States to the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the present 
legal ratio of 16 to i, the immediate increase in the volume of silver 
coins and certificates thus created to be substituted, dollar for dollar,, 
for the bank notes issued by private corporations under special privilege 
granted by the law of March 14, 1900, and prior national banking laws, 
the remaining portion of the bank notes to be replaced with full legal 
tender government paper money and its volume so controlled ' as to- 
maintain at all times a stable money market and a stable price level. 

We demand a graduated income and inheritance tax, to the end 
that aggregated wealth shall bear its just proportion of taxation. 

We demand that postal savings banks be established by the govern- 
ment for the safe deposit of the savings of the people and to facilitate 
exchange. 

With Thomas Jefferson, we declare the land, including all natural 
sources of wealth, the inalienable heritage of the people. Government 
should so act as to secure homes for the people and prevent land mo- 
nopoly. The original homestead policy should be enforced and future 
settlers upon the public domain should be entitled to a free homestead, 
while all w^ho have paid an acreage price t(^ the government under 
existing laws should have their homestead rights restored. 



NATIONS TO OWN kAILRoADS. 



Transportation being a means of exchange and a public necessity, 
the government should own and operate the railroads in the interest (;f 
the people and on the nonpartisan basis, to the end that all may hj 
accorded the same treatment in transportation, and that the extortion, 
tyranny and political power now exercised by the great railroad cor- 



174 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

porations, which result in the impairment, if not the destruction, of the 
pohtical rights and personal Hberties of the citizen, may be destroyed. 
Such ownership is to be accomplished in a manner consistent with sound 
public poHcy. • 

Trusts, the overshadowing evil of the age, are the result and cul- 
mination of the private ownership and control of the three great instru- 
ments of commerce — money, transportation and the means of transmis- 
sion of information — which instruments of commerce are public func- 
tions, and which our forefathers declared in the Constitution should be 
controlled by the people through their Congress for the public welfare. 
The one remedy for the trusts is that the ownership and control be' 
assumed and exercised by the people". 

We further demand that all tariffs on goods controlled by a trust 
shall be abolished. 

To cope with the trust evil the people must act directly without the 
intervention of representatives who may be controlled or influenced. 
We therefore demand direct legislation, giving the people the lawmaking 
and veto power under the initiative and referendum. A majority of the 
people can never be corruptly influenced. 

Applauding the valor of our army and navy in the Spanish war, 
we denounce the conduct of the administration in changing a war- for 
humanity into a war of conquest. The action of the administration in 
the Philippines is in conflict with ail the precedents of our national life — 
at war with the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the 
plain precepts of humanity. 

FREEDOM FOR FILIPINOS. ' 

Murder and arson have been our response to the appeals of the 
people who asked only to establish a free government in their own land. 
We demand a stoppage of this war. of extermination by the assurance 
to the ' Filipinos of independence and protection under a stable gov- 
ernment of their own creation. 

The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the American 
flag are one and inseparable. The Island of Porto Rico is a part of the 
territory of the United States, and by levying special and extraordinary 
customs duties on the commerce of that island the administration has 
violated the Constitution, abandoned the fundamental principles of Amer- 
ican liberty, and has striven to give the lie to the contention of our fore- 
fathers that there should be no taxation without representation. 

Out of the imperialism which would force an undesired domination 
on the people of the Philippines springs the un-American cry for a large 
standing army. Nothing in the character or purposes of our people 
justifies us in ignoring the plain lesson of history and putting our lib- 
erties in jeopardy by assuming the burden of miliitarism, which is crush- 
ing the people of the old world. We denounce the administration for its 



POLITICAL PLATFORMS. 1V6 

sinister efforts to substitute a standing army for the citizen soldiery, which 
is the best safe-guard of the republic. 

We extend to the brave Boers of South Africa our sympathy and 
moral' support in their patriotic struggle for the right of self-govern- 
ment, and we are unalterably opposed to any alliance, open or covert, 
between the United States and any other nation that will tend to the de- 
struction of human libertv.. 

And a further manifestation of imperiahsm is to be found in the 
mining districts of Idaho. In the Coeur d'Alene soldiers have been used 
to overawe miners striving for a greater measure of industrial inde- 
pendence. And we denounce the state government of Idaho and the 
federal government for employing the military arm of the government 
to abridge the civil rights of the people, and to enforce an infamous 
permit system which denies to laborers their inherent liberty and compels 
them to forswear their manhood and their right before being permitted 
to seek employment. 

BAN ON CONTRACT LABOR. 

The importation of Japanese and other laborers under contract to 
serve monopolistic corporations is a notorious and flagrant violation of 
immigration laws. We demand that the federal government shall take 
cognizance of this menacing evil and repress it under existing laws. We 
further pledge ourselves to strive for the enactment of more stringent laws 
for the exclusion of the Mongolian and Malayan immigration. 

We endorse municipal ownership of public utilities and declare that 
the advantages which have accrued to the pubUc under that system 
would be multiplied a hundred fold by its extension to natural inter- 
state monopolies. 

We denounce the practice of issuing injunctions in the cases of dis- 
pute between employers and employes, making criminal acts by organi- 
zations which are not criminal when performed by individuals, and de- 
mand legislation to restrain the evil. 

We demand that United States senators and all other officials as 
far as practicable be elected by direct vote of the people. 

Believing that the elective franchise and un/trammeled ballot are essen- 
tial to a government of, for and by the people, the People's Party con- 
demns the wholesale system of disfranchisement by coercion and intimi- 
dation adopted in some states as un-Republican and un-Democratic. And 
we declare it to be the duty of the several state legislatures to take such 
action as will secure a full, free and fair ballot, and an honest count. 

We favor home rule irf the territories and the District of Columbia, 
and the early admission of the territories as states. 

We denounce the expensive red tape system, political favoritism, 
cniel and unnecessary delay and criminal evasion of the statutes in man- 
agement of the pension office, and demand the simple and honest execu- 



176 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

tion of the law, and the fulfillment by the nation of its pledges of service 
pension to all its Iionorably discharged veterans. 



MID-ROAD POPULIST OR PEOPLES PARTY PLATFOR^L. 

[Adopted in Convention at Cincinnati, Ohio. May 10, 1900.J 

The People's Party of the United States, assembled in national con- 
vention this loth of May, 1900, affirming our unshaken belief in the 
cardinal tenets of the People's Party as set forth in the Omaha platform, 
and pledging ourselves anew to continued advocacy of those graiwl 
principles of human liberty until right shall triumph over might atfdL 
love over greed, do adopt and proclaim this declaration of faith: 

1. We demand the initiative and referendum and the imperative 
mandate for such changes of existing fundamental and statute law as 
will enable the people in their sovereign capacity to propose and com- 
pel the enactment of such laws as they desire, to reject such as tliey- 
deem injurious to their interests and to recall unfaithful public ser- 
vants. 

2. We demand the public ownership and operation of those means^ 
of communication, transportation and production which the people mar 
elect, such as railroads, telegraph and telephone lines, coal mines, etc:. 

3. The land, including all natural sources of wealth, is a heritage 
of the people, and should not be monopolized for speculative purposes;, 
and alien ownership of land should be prohibited. All land now heH 
by railroads and other corporations in excess of their actual needs and att 
lands now owned by aliens should be reclaimed by the government and. 
held for actual settlers onlv. 

4. A scientific and absolute paper money, based upon the entire 
wealth and population of the nation, not redeemable in any specific cora?- 
modity, but made a full legal tender for all debts and receivable for aff 
taxes and public dues, and issued by the government only without the 
intervention of banks and in sufficient quantity to meet the demands o£ 
commerce, is the best currency that can be devised, but until such a 
financial system is secured, which we shall press for adoption, we favor" 
the free and unlimited coinage of both silver and gold at the legal ratia 
of 16 toi. 

5. We demand the levy and collection of a graduated tax oir 
incomes and inheritances and a constitutional amendment to secure the. 
same if necessary. 

C). We demand the election of President, Vice-President, Federal 
jitdges and United States senators by direct vote of the people. 

7. We are opposed to trusts, and declare the contention betweeir 
the old parties on the monopoly question is a sham battle, and that no so- 
lution of this mighty problem is possible without the adoption of the 
principles of public ownership of public utilities. 



STATISTICAL REPORT 

OF THE 

SEOIETARY OF STATE. 



Officb op the Secretary op State, 

Columbus, Ohio, December 1, 1900. 
To the General Assembly : 

In accordance with the requirements of law, I herewith submit my annuil 
report for the year ending November 15, 11100. 

Very respectfully, 

Charles Kinney. Secretary of State. 



ilTJ) 



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12 S S 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO.. 



179 



Vote cast fqr president, governor and secretary of state 
at the presidential and state elections from 1803 to 

1900, INCLUSIVa 



Year. 



Office. 



Names of Candidates. 



Politics. 



Number 
of vote.s 

each 
received. 



Total 

vote 

cast. 



4.5(i5 



1806.. 

1808.. 

1806.. 
1810. . 

1812.. 

1812. . 

1814.. 

1810. . 

1816. . 

1818.. 

18201.. 

1820.. 

1822... 



1808... 


Governor 


1808*.. 


Secretary of State 


IWMt.. 


President 


1800.. 


Governor 


1807.. 


Governor 



Edward Tiffin 

Wm. Creighton. Jr. 



President 



Governor 



Secretary of State 

I 
Governor .f ' 

President 



Thomas Jefferson . . , 
Charles C. PlncKney, 



Edward Tiffin 



Return J. Meigs, Jr. . 
Nathaniel Massle .... 



James Madison 

(?harles C. PlncKney. . 
George Clinton 



Samuel Huntington . 
Thomas Worthinglon 
Thomas Kirker 



Jeremiah McLcne 



Governor 



Governor 



President 



Governor 



Governor 



President 



Governor 



Governor 



Return J. Meigs, Jr. . 
Thomas Worlhington 



James Madison 
r>eWitt Clinton 



Return J. Meigs, Jr, 
Thomas Scott , 



Thomas Worthington 
Othniel Ix)olcer 



James Monroe 
Rufus King . . 



Thomas Worthington . 

James Dunlap 

Ethan A. Brown 



Ethan A. Brown. 
James Dunlap . . . 



James Monroe 
John Q. Adams. 



Ethan A. Brown 

Jeremiah Morrow . . . , 
William H. Harrison 
Scattering 



Jeremiah Morrow 
Allen Trimble ... 
WJUiam W. Irvin. 



Republican 

Republican 



Republican 

Federalist 

Scattering 



Republican. . 

Federalist. .. 
Republican. . 



Republican. 
Federalist . . 
Republican. 



Republican. . . 
Republican. . . 
Republican. .. 



Republican. .. 
Republican. .. 

Republican. . . 
Federalist .... 



Federalist. . . . 
Republican. .. 

Republican. . . 
Federalist 



Republican. .. 
Federalist. .. . 



Republican . . . 
Republican. .. 
Feaeralist. . . . 



Republican. .. 
Republican. .. 



Democrat. 
Opposition. 



Democrat. 
Democrat, 
Democrat. 



Democrat. 
Federalist , 
Democrat. 



4,5&} 



2,Ga') I 

250| 



4,788 



5,550 , 
4.757 I 



7,2a'i 

5,001 
«,.H97 



9,024 
7,731 



7,420 I 
3,301 I 



11,850 



15.870 
0,171 



3.320 
003 



22.031 
(;,2J)5 
1,007 



30.104 I 
8,(175 I 



7, KM 1 
2,215 j 



3^,836 

0,426 

4,348 

250 



2«.O50 
22,889 
11.060 



3,213 
4,788 

10.307 



10,291 

17,<555 
10,721 
10,702 
22,050 
3,919 

30. 8:0 

38,2(>9 

9.379 

48.860 
60,008 



• Prom 1803 to 1850, the SecreUry of SUte was elected by the General Assembly. 

tThe Democratic party of to-day claims lineal descent from the first Republican party with 
President Jefferson as its founder. Authorities differ as to the date when the party dropped the 
name Republican and assumed that of Democrat, it being ascribed to varioas dates between 1805 
and 1820. 

t Political parties were disorganized at the time of the election of John Q. Adams. He 
•claimed to be a Republican as Jefferson, but his doetrines were decidedly federalistic. The oppo- 
aition to his administration took the name of Democrat and elected Jackson President in 1828. 



180 HEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

VOTE CAST At PRESroENTUL AND STATE El,ECTIONS. ETC.— Coatmned. 



Ymt. 


Office. 


Kamei of CuididBtM. 


Politic*. 


each 


ToUl 


1824... 


PresJdent 

Governor 

Governor 

President 

Oovernor 

Secretary of State 
President 

Givernor 

Svcrelary of Slate 
PreBldcnt 

Seorelary of Stale 

PrsBldent 

Governor 

Secretary of State 


Andrew Jackson 


ss;----- 


1S.4S8 






Wm. H. Crawford 






glT^^ep'wic-h 
Nat Bepbllc-n 
Republican.'.'.'. 








Jeremiah Morrow 


60.024, 


1824.. 


30,526 










1 


















Benjamin Tappan 






Andrew Jackson 

John (i. Adams 


Nat, Rep'bilV-n 
Nat. Rep'blle-n 


130,093 


]e28.. 


ss 


1828.. 


5.t.l>Tl 

5,..;,, 


John W. CamplwU 






Dun.an McArthur 


Nal. Rep-bllcn 


1M,034 


1830.. 


®i 
















1831., 




Andrew Jachaon 


Anti-Mason... 






ise.. 


airjw 




















SK".":.v.v 




i5e,ai* 




5SS 

rt3 




















Democrat 






07.414 


















B HI k 












wmlVHarris^":.:::: 


Democrat 

WhlB 






]830., 


ml'ros 


























h Va 


Whig 

Democrat 








K>.2lM 

^'■'oo 






















1S3G. . 




Wllaon Shannon 


g,™™. 






1838., 


loaliJfi 












SS,."v?rB'=:;:;:; 

JamcB G. Blrney 

"WIHon Shannon '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


Whl 






' 'itti 




W^f'::::: 


273,8*3 




145,442 
12n.M12 




Democrat 








Dem rat 


2T4.7«t 































ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHia 181 

VOTE CAST AT PRESIDENTIAL AND STATE ELECTIONS, ETC.— Continued. 



..... 


Office. 


»...., C...M.,... 


PolUia. 


rtl^f.4d- 


,», 


V43... 


Governor 

Ooveraor 

Secretary of State 
Oovemor 

Prealdent 

Governor 

Governor 

Secretary of Btatc 
President 

Secretary of Btale 

Governor 

Secretary of Stale 
Presldenl 

Governor 

Beoreury ot Stale 


SS,=.ToP;S :::::::; 


Democrat 


110.774 






AbolfllonU't... 












i'SSfe.!" 


Democrat 


2«,HfiO 


SM... 


H.IKJO 




Sv'STAd-'"" ■■.■.;; 


Liberty 


aia,-in 


asM.. 




arSi.;::: 






















300.304 


ISM.. 




SlK.r' :■: 










iK 






Aboil tlonlat... 












SC^K^.;;::;; 


Whla 


:»Q,IUO 


-IMS.. 


i»s.na) 


PSS*^!'...:; 


sx.rr9 


1W8,. 


14!t,7MI 




Democrat 












„ben Wood 


Democrat 


ai7.!Ma 




liSSS 

lO.OIK 










AlKjfftlonlat... 
Democrat 




ISSl,. 




■M-.i»a 








Aboiftlonlat.., 














Democrat 


•.Xi.va 


ISSt.. 


I4r..(wi 

'?S 

:tl,7:K 
no, run 

Hfl.TTo 

'i\S 

inH,7'J4 

'li 










Free Boll 

S^a""' 




1SD2.. 


Franklin Pierce 


LWI.WIO 






AbolTtloniBf.'V 
Democrat 








aM.lS8 








ISSt., 


S'llrm^^rVam"*';;::: 


"'■•" 




Free Soli 




1853,, 


Salmon p. ChBue 


Republican 

Rep. and Am,. 
Democrat 

Democrat 

Republican 

American 

Republican 


U8a.M5 








18BD. . 
1856.. 


i-KAfSS'::::::;: 

JamvB Biiphanan 

Sy,".,S>'K;;r. :;:.:: 

Salmon P. Chaiie 


SfCOOB 

:t(i2,3e5 

Mfi.407 


ISBT.. 


i<iii,r>nN 
i.-in,nn.T 

l(V.'72 










AddlBon P RiiBsell 

Jacob Bflnhard 


.120,!I.J0 


18ST.. 


ini.n.iT 

1.M1.421 

"9. 














331,011 



183 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE, 

VOTB CAST AT PRESIDENTIAL AND STATE ELECTIONS, ETC— Continued. 



Year. 


Office. 


Names of Candidate.. 


Polilic 


fMl 


ant. 


1850.. 


Becretarj of State 

Governor 

Secretary of State 

Secretarj- ot Stale 

Governor 

Prosldent 

Secretary of Slate 

Secretary of Slate 

Governor 

ProiHdeiit 

Secretary ot State 

Governor 

Prealdent - 

Secretary of Slate 
Governor 


WiUlam Dennlson 

Addlaon P. Riiflsell 

Jacob Relnhard 

Stephen A. DoukIbb 


Republican... 

gIffi'S"..;. 

Republican 

Democrat 


if!S 


3C5,23» 


ISTW. . 


170.400 


IBOO... 


221.80U 




SSuaSffi'""".''."::: 








432.SaS' 




as 


















Republican... 


a6S,S8» 




tsiliin 




Wnnain^W. Armstrong , 






William W. Armstrong. 


Republican.., 

Republican. , . . 
Democrat 


S59,-l« 

;t63.<)7lt. 


latEj... 


is 




iMT!7as 




C. L. VallandlRham 

Abraham Lincoln 

William Henry Smith... 
William W. Armatrong. . 


47a,EM 
471.253- 
421.!Wr 


ISfM.. 


sllSS 


ISttl.. 


2:w.l t.-i 
1!U.8.12 




mt-m 




Geo. W. Morgan 






SSrilS?.'"""::- 


Republican 

Republican 

Democrat 

&?;:;»■■■■ 

Republican 

Republican. . 

Republican . 

?r'SEr,is-..-.v. 

Republlcnn. , . . 
Dem. Bndt,lb., 
Temperance... 
Democrat 


4l7.7niJ- 


tuai.. 


2\ia.<» 






4nn,sos 




24s,am 

■2W.IJ22 










; 


48*,=27 




2Sit.lHT 
2:iS,n21 






nis.-88 


isns... 


■jfi7.onn 




R iJ Ha ea 


SlB,-48- 




" 4,'lNlS 














1870.. 


IsBflc R. Sherwood 

SJ'S..!"'*';.-.;.-..-.. 


465.337 


1871... 


Bsti-B's?- ■:■:■: 


420.558' 

4<I0,44& 














nhnrlPB O'Connor 








Republlcnn, . , . 
Prohibition.'.'.'. 


1)39.56$. 




255 .fcr. 
















f5S&,Sr".:;:::: 
iU^"c. coiiinB"!:;:;'.; 


r.in,73»- 
448,878. 


1ST3... 


'io;l'7s 
lo.ioii 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHia ■ 183 

VOTE CAST AT PRESIDENTIAL AND STATE ELECTIONS, ETC.— ConUnoed 



Secretary ot Slate 



18T6...[ Becreury of 8tal 



tSTT... Oovernor . 



Secretary of Btate 



ISfti. . I Secretary of Stati 



Secretary of State 



Nanio of CundldalcL 



John n. Uuditel!! 

R. B, Hayea 

William AlleD .... 
Jay Odell 



MlRon Barnei 

Wllliaro Brll. Jr 

B, 8. Chapman 

William H. West 

Richard M. Bishop 

I*Wl» H. Bond 

Bteiihen Johiwon 

Iltinry A. ThompBOn.. 



aideon T. St 
A Sanders I 
John Hood . 



Vlnltfla S. Hancock,. 



CharlPii Townnend . 

Pharli-B A. Lloyd"! 
WIlllBm n, Doan.. 



ChBS. Townsend 

F^'^humach™ ...,'. 

GeorB€ 1* Mater 

ScstterInK 

Jcspph n. Foraker. . 



James O. Blaine. . 
Qrover Cleveland . 
John P. St. John.. 
Ben). F. Butler. . . 
ScdtterlnB 



Prohibition. . 






ai7.8n 

■JtC.3T3 
2,0113 



Republican. . 

Prohibition.'.' 



rm.nin 

f!,7Hn 
L'.NTS 
1.048 



v.iiin 
n4T,ie4 



Republican 



184 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

VOTE CAST AT PRESmENTIAL AND STATE ELECTIONS, ETC— ConUnoed. 



„.. 


Offlce- 


Namci of Candidates. 


„„.,„^ 


^S" 


Total 


1SS4.. 


Secretary of State 

Governor 

Secretary of State 
Oovemor 

President 

Secretary of State 

Oovemor 

Secretary ot Slate 

Governor 

President 

Becrelary of State 
Governor 

Secretary of State 


SSSr-;;;;; 


Bepubllcan.... 


301.007 

380. 3GS 

.'t.4;5 












SiffiS" ; 

John W. Northrop 


Greenback.'.'.'.'. 


T8S.601 


IS8G.. 


as. 
1i 




j:E,"M'cB?i°d?°'°" 


Greenback. ■.'.'.' 


733.9«T 


188«,., 


28.1WC 
















irS.VfS;,!; 


Bepubllcan.... 


-04.2S3 


18S7.. 


If 

40MNT 

*M:i!n 

11 














1S8S.. 


Benjamin Harrlaon 

Clinton B. Flske, .'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

Alflon J. Streeter 


Prohibition'.'.','. 
Union Labor... 


710.(.70 


1888 




Republican 


8*1.84! 


ISS9... 


Scattering '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Joseph B. Poraker 

James E3. Campbell 


.,.,„, 




John U. Rhoadea 




1890 






TTS,T21 




Melanclhon C. LocKwood 
Rzeklel T. Curtis 




1801.. 
1892... 


Wm. McKlnley, Jr 

James E. Campbell 

John J. Ashenhurat 

John Belts 

Scattering 

Benjamin Harrlaon 


Republican... 
P^"br5on.'.'.'. 

Republican 

?s;i"".;;;; 

Prohibition 


742.180 
795,031 








ISM.. 


Samuel M. Taylor 

William A. Taylor 


SS""---- 


801, a:s 






Prohibition 

Reimhllcan 




1803.. 


William McKlnley 

Lawrence T. Noal 

Gideon P. Maeklln 

Fdward J. Bracken 


801, (KiS 


180^.,. 


Samuel H. Taylor 


Republican , . . , 

PJrErSSw.-.;, 

Peoples 


83r..004 




Mark G. McCaBlIn 

Charles R- Martin 










7TC,819 



ELECTION STATISTICS UF OHta 186 

VOTE CAST AT PRBSmENTlAL AND STATB ELECTIONS, ETC— Condudea 



v„,. 


OBc«. 


Name* of Candldale*. 


Politic* 


Nombrr 


TS 




Oomvor 

PrMMent 

Seowtary of State 
Becretary ot State 




Republican 


427,H1 

n:ffi 






S?S^''i;i;:; 












William McKInley 

SISSSJ:!;!;::::: :: 
John Si. Palmer....:;:; 


Repuhllran 

Democrat 

Nallonll Dtm'^ 


846,996 


1886.. 


1 

'MS 
.1 


18M.. 


Charlen KInnt-y 

Sffllls'"'::;:: 


Republican 


1,0H0,107 






Republican . . . . 

!;svsv,D.m. 

Social Ift Idlior 
Negro Protect . 

Liberty 






vi 

SWlTiJ 
■7.1'A 

47i;hlW 
iM7 






SrPH?:':::; 

John Richardson 




1896.. 


Charles Kinney 

Upton K. Oulhery 


s. 
























?o^nTJV'?:^;''„ 


ftep..bliean.. 

Union Reforin;- 

SodalUt Labor. 
Union Refonn 


T03.1» 










Oeorse H. Hammell 

Robert Biodlow 






Willi M IT! 


Republican-, -. 

u^ToTReWiT.;; 

S^iallll libOT^; 
Peopled ... . 


9»fm 












John <;. Woolley 

lOKph f. Malloner 

Vharton Baker 
















iWB.m 



° Thia iBClndc* rejected and lacomptele ballots. 



VOTE CAST FOR PRESIDENT 

AT THE 

NOVEMBER ELECTION IN 1900. 



WiLJLIAM McKiNLEY (R) 543,918 

William J. Bryan (VA 474,882 

Seth H. Ellis (U. R.) 4,284 

John G. Woolley (Proh.) 10,203 

Joseph F. Malloney (S. L.) 1,688 

Wharton Barker (Peo. ) 251 

Eugene V. Debs (S. D.) * 4,847 

Total 1 ,040,073 

Total vote cast in state 1,049.121 

Percentage cast for President 99+% 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQCO- 





iwiitffl 


Adoniram 1. Warner 
saac K. Sherwood.. 

s.'tiSr.r." 

ames A. Cilmote.. 
RodneyT. Trimble! 


III 

!47a!388 

.i:h,«is 


[epiha Carrard 

Xnd^ew ^" HolYingi 


...4,»H 


H. A. Thnmpion... 


"llll 








:har1es L. Work.... 

lohn P. Robb 

Joseph Edwards .... 
William U. Hannah. 


":ii>;iS4 


Frederick Pandorf . 


■■{■^ 


George Stembrecher 








William Sanneberget 
Benjamin L, Parry.. 
Robert Robertson .. 


..i.m 
..i.eB8 


Orvin J. Fry 

gihn deckler 


....Ml 




.1! 


William Allerton .. 




Charles R. Manin.. 
loberl Bandlow ... 


;:4:b» 






?t«dericfcQ. Arnold 
Reinhard Biedermtn 


.■■.*;n»« 



REPUBLICAN. 

John N. Van Dem4n..r,ii.7SS 

Otis H. Kimball oi-.mji 

Noah H. Swayne .•.(-,7'^ 

jjseph A. Shriver ,-^2,7W 

Wml'S, WoodbSry! : .'ai^:;;! 

Henry B. Hane .'.ij.vri 

Wm. T. Francis .!il2,7i'.i 

DEMOCRATIC. 

John C. Dunn m,«IO 

Uriah L. Mann 479, 3S7 

Washioglon liordon ..(;3,S71 
Charles E. Belcher. .. .m.SK 

John H. Blacker 173, 3M 

Pearson K. Murphy... 173, S37 

Jay A. Hare m,8Se 

Wm, A Weygaodl 4T8.32S 

UMON REFORM. 

George L, Hater 4.237 

Edward Williams 4,!34 

I. W. Benscholer 4,235 

William J. Kirkendall. .4,233 

Daniel Henricks 4.231 

William Benti 4,228 

John W. Sharp .'.'.'.*.'.' .*.*.'.l'.230 
PROHIBITION. 

Millon J. Fiery 10.140 

Charles C. Iliddle 10.142 

Lester V. McKesson.. .10.13n 

John Frosl Davi. 10,13(1 

E. C. Guillen 10.133 

Jonathan C. Braodl... .10.137 

Hewson L. I'eeke 10,134 

Elbert L. Benedict 10,lS4 

SOCIALIST LABOR. 

Ellis Bartholomew 1,«34 

John H. T. Ji.crgens,,,.l,M* 

trancis Henry l.dW 

Andv Nesbit .: 1,6S3 

J. M, Stephen* l.Mi 

A. Aloia treybaj'.V.'.'.!!!'.l!8S3 
John Able l.m 

PEOPLES PARTY. 

Davitt Chiddesler 245 { 

Binnel Lewis iM 

Thomas Williams I4E 

Robert McCammon Z4S 

Byron Abbolt 216 

Edward Hicks 240 I 

SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC. 

Walter J. Anthony t.TW 

A. Allen Noe 4.TB5 

Adolph Neuber t,JM 

Clyde F. Beck t,TM 

George F, Monroe 1,TM 

Alois Nick *,T88 

Manin L.Baumgardii<r.4,7e3 
John J. McCralb l.TW 



Martin B. Archer 542, TIO- 

Saml. K. McLaughlin. U2, 724 

Harry J. Hoover .S12.ffl« 

Julius Whiting, Jr M2,7M. 

William Wallace S12,72J 

E. J. Kennedy 512,772 

James W. Conger £42,106 

Theobold Dieii 473,321 

William R. Spratt....473.33» 

Jacob Kummer (73,341 

Edward S. Raff 47S,321 

Joseph J, Devncy 47S.2S2 

Fletcher D. Malm. ...473,256. 
Patrick J. McKenney.473,26t 

O. P. Hyde 1,228 

Hiram tope 4,231 

Alexander Corder 4,22S 

j. U, Morrow 1,229 

I>. C. I'helps 1,228 

W. B. Roberts 1,229 

E. W. Elwood l,2a& 

James Benjamin 10,135 

Abel J. Crawford 10.12» 

William W. Wallace.. ..10.130 

Richard Brown 10.128 

Albert it. Coals 10.131 

tj. Harrison 10,130 
alter S. Lister 10,12* 

Lewis Freeman 1.631 

Irf.uis Kivkin 1,617 

Henry Piper 1.019 

John BinJ^is 1,051 

fleorge Eilman 1.617 

Brower Margeaon 1,813 

L. J. Greve l.«7 

Roberl Blair Mt. 

Chartea Jenkin* tu 

George Kean 24t- 

Iphn A. ShcRield 240 

Ed. Leedi 24S 

Allen Cook 211 

Stephen R. Crumbaker. .l,79t 

Edward W. Owens 4,VS8 

Edward Raddlfle *,7M 

Harry Lavin 4.T9S 

Carl M, Newton 4.791 

t'hn G. Witlert l.TH- 
obert R. Rudd 4,791. 



188 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAI^ ELECTORS. 



Counties. 



President. 



Repub- 
lican. 






a.2 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula .... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clark 

Clermont . . . . 

Clinton 

Columbiana . . 
Coshocton . . . 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton . . . . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 



Demo- 
cratic. 






Uniou 
Re- 
form. 



en 






IJ4 



Pro- 
hibi- 
tion. 



p^ 

n 



il 

o 



Soc. 
Lab. 



^ o 

O 



Peo- 
ples. 



u 

5 •-' 

O CO 



Soc. 
Dem. 



a 
s 

(X} 



3, 


535 


3, 


169 


42 


ft* 


,281 


6, 


540 


60 


9 


,t)41 


3 


,399 


15 


9 


,272 


3, 


438 


77 


0, 


120 


»> 

^ ) 


529 


80 





8!)5 


4 


,812 


43 


8 


,217 


6 


.251 


73 


2 


,991 


4 


,397 


37 


6, 


025 


8, 


880 


84 


i) 


.608 


1 


,720 


20 


4 


.306 


3 


.192 


36 


8 


.806 


6 


,243 


83 


3 


.990 


4, 


244 


103 


4 


.149 


2 


,394 


43 


10 


255 


5 


997 


61 


3 


. 592 


3 


,940 


31 


3 


.150 


0, 


,968 


45 


45, 


299 


42, 


440 


242 


4 


.834 


6 


.003 


106 




.684 


3 


,766 


61 


3 


.765 


3 


.a37 


GS 


5 


.353 


4 


.8.37 


16 


3 


,7:38 


5 


,431 


42 


3 


,:iSO 





,4:38 


43 


0^} 


,237 


19 


,809 


113, 


3 


.457 


9 


,262 


27 


4 


, 159 


2 


,388 


13 





.816 


1 


.117 


' 26 


5 


,100 




•^ 


,743 


45 


5 


,014 


3 


.120 


71 


00 


,466 


40 


.228 


141 


5 


.559 





.322 


46 


4 


m9 


4 


190 


65 


3 


.274 


9 


,261 


15 


»> 


.623 


4 


, 157 


11 


4 


078 


3 


938 


92 


2 


,923 


9 


896 


51 


1 


.269 


3 


,,394 


12 


4 


.993 


3 


.906 


29 


4 


932 


3 


313 


48 


6, 


470 


3, 


575 


37 


4 


.011 


3 


797 


45 


3 


.929 


1 


.733 


10 


5 


.505 


2 


,876 


51 


5 


,854 


6 


.716 


9-7 


4 


,806 





,951 


66 


8 


,497 


4 


,989 


50 



68 
100 

64 
257 

99 

31 
248 

59 
103 

56 
105 
162 

61 

89 
528 
108 

57 
621 

89 

52 
134 

40 

99 

as 

340 

61 

51 

69 

162 

210 

309 

143 

118 

98 

48 

115 

15 

54 

106 

► ► 
00 

278 

73 

63 

28 

99 

122 

140 



2 
6 



14 
33 

• • •» ' 
20 
1 

108 

r» 
I 

3 

6 
9 

3 
42 



""5' 


1 


679 


24 




9 


•> 


2 


34 


1 


1 






2 


40 


5 




2 



2 

4 

f" 

220 
2 

i 



1 

3 



9 
2 

13 

1 

3 

1 
9 

9 
13 



9 
12 



4 
2 
3 
5 



1 
1 
4 
5 
3 
4 
4 



4 

1 

1 

10 

4 
9 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
11 
3 
3 



9 

1 
2 
5 



5 
19 

2 

53 

22 
9 

38 
2 

44 
6 
3 

57 
7 
1 

55 

21 

43 

983 

6 

6 

17 

24 
9 

3 

92 

4 

7 
9 

47 

12 

1.141 

10 

1 

3 



9 
6 



17 

14 

17 

3 

»» 

o 
10 

6 
10 
27 



Pluralities. 



Repub- 
lican. 



0) 






Demo- 
' cratic 



366 



5,834 
3,597 

i;966 



2,428 

1 , 195 

1,771 

1.699 

2.357 

1.894 

15,238 

237 

199 

1,013 



140 
27 



1.087 
1.619 
2.895 
214 
2.196 
2,629 

i!855 
3,508 



a 



1,259 
758 



1,917 
11406 





2,855 


948 




1,114 




2,563 






254 


1.755 




4.258 






348 




2,818 


2,859 






i.i69 




1,082 


428 




516 






1,693 


942 





1,534 



2,125 



• • • * 



862 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR ItJOO- 189> 

VOTB m>a PitBSinsNTiAL EtscTOM— Coadadrt. 



Madison 

Mahoning .. . 

Marion 

Medina 

Miami .'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Monroe 

Monigomery . 

Murgan 

Morrow 

Muskin^iuni .. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Pickaway . . . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Rosa 

Sandusky . ■ . . 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Slark 

Summit 

Trumbull , . . . 
Tuscarawas . . 

Union 

Van Wert . . . . 
Vinton 

Washington . . 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot . . . . 

Totals ... 

Plurality . 



3.197 

3.770 
3.510 
<,54S 
■i.015 
6,19T 
-',103 



■>M2 
4.311 

3.54S 
L'.8I7 
.■>,4lil 
.5.4ii3 

4.'MI.1 
5.7.^ti 
4,im4 



5.1-'7 
4.143 
IB,-.™ 



3.(i.-|| 

3,:>i« 
4.I14.T 



;i.»37 
in.a<il 
8.41.1 

a.wa 



fi.Sf 



i.m: 
•j.ui 

4. .111 
r,.TA-2 



2. AM 





Pro- 


Re- 


htbi- 


form, 




.i 


^ 














X 


riS 


■3 


s* 


JJ 




m 


146 


34 


m 


45 


bH 


41 


69 




6G 


Till 


n 


7H 


84 


23 


37 


.W 


L'4II 


4!l 


Oi 


6H 


<M1 


4fl 


281 


■£t 


S3 


:> 




;i!i 


V, 


4!' 


75 


.w 


*» 


14 


13 


31 


I-' 


«, 


fil 


y, 


42 


3.1 


78 


34 


7.'. 


■>n 




3(i 


114 


4-2 


ra 



■s.-a 

I" 



3,04!) I 30 I 

.'i.752 6!l I 

3,268 49 I 

: 474,882 l4,2M 110.2031 



,■2,445 - 
" 2,040' 



4; 087 

"ii077' 



490 



REPORT OF SECRETARY Oi? STATE, 



VOTE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Counties. 



Secretary of State. 



•Repub- 
licun. 



en 1-7 



Demo- 
cratic. 



HI -3 

c o 



Union 

Re- 

fomi. 



g be 
cd j^ 



Pro- 
hibi- 
tion. 



o a :: 
= 5 o 



Soc. 
Lab. 



c 
o 

u 

•— ■ o 

c 

CO 



Adams . . 
Allen . . . 
Ashland . 
Ashtabula 
Athens .. 
Auglaize 
Belmont 
Brown . . 
Butler .. 
Carroll .. 
Ch'mp'g'n 
Clark . . . 
Clermont 
Clinton . 
Col'biana 
Cosh'cton 
Crawford 
Cuyahoga 
Darke . . 
Defiance 
Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 
Fayette . 
Franklin 
Fulton . . 
Gallia . . 
Geauga . 
Greene .. 
Guernsey 
Hamilton 
Hancock 
Hardin . 
Harrison 
Henry . . 
Highland 
Hocking 
Holmes . 
Huron . . 
Jackson . 
.TefFerson 
Knox . . . 

Lake 

Lawrence 
Licking . 
Logan . . 
Lorain . . 



3.549 
5.271 
2,639 
9,2M 
6.096 
2,887 
8.201 
2,984 
5,993 
2,661 
4.300 
8.786 
3.984 
4,140 

10,226 
3.582 
3,145 

45.859 
4.832 
2,680 

3 . < < o 
5.356 
3,722 
3,375 

22,181 
3.452 

4 . 157 
2,816 
5.078 
4.997 

55.299 

5 . 559 

4,:382 

3.264 
2,607 
4,079 
2.916 
1.266 
4.983 
4,920 
6.361 
4.004 
3.928 
5,498 
5.849 
4,808 
8,429 



3 

6 

3 

3 
') 

4 

6 

4 

8 

1 

3 

6 

4 
o 

art 

5 

3 

5 

41 

6 

3 

3 

4 

5 
2 

19 
') 

1 
2 

3 

40 
5 

4 

o 

<j 

4 
3 
2 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
2 

6 
2 
4 



169 

537 

400 

417 

524 

813. 

259 

401 

896 

721 

188 

231 

245 

392 

977 

950 

968 

640 

001 

765 

329 

832 

435 

429 

8.58 

257 

393 

106 

713 

130 

146 

314 

207 

277 

166 

937 

898 

393 

901 

310 

685 

793 

729 

871 

722 

941 

980 



43 
59 
19 
86 
80 
42 
74 
37 
92 
20 
44 
101 
113 
47 
6ij 
33 
46 
263 
108 
71 
75 
18 
48 
41 
144 
31 
14 
34 
48 
73 
150 
52 
73 
15 
13 
92 
51 
15 
33 
50 
43 
53 
12 
52 
24 
67 
46 



60 

SS 

59 

264 

100 

29 

249 

60 

107 

60 

105 

1.55 

55 

90 

527 

106 

51 

602 

83 

45 

126 

40 

94 

34 

321 

62 

49 

69 

160 

210 

306 

145 

101 

96 

50 

113 

16 

54 

104 

58 

264 

6G 

61 

28 

97 

121 

137 



9 

6 



15 
33 



6 

ro4 



3 

34 

1 



34 



3 

206 
3 
1 



Soc. 
Dem. 



4> 

en W 

'5 

O 

^4 



21 , 

1 
105 

n 
i 

9 

6 

1 

3 

44 



3 
3 
12 
1 
3 
1 

9 

3 
13 



5 
16 

2 
55 

99 

2 

40 
2 

41 
6 
2 

55 

4 

1 

56 

16 

40 

992 

6 

6 

17 

25 

5 

3 

82 

4 

t 

9 

46 

12 

1.070 

8 



Pluralities. 



Repub- 
lican. 



^ 

J 



Demo- 
cratic. 



s 



380 



5,837 
3,572 

' 1^942 



940 
1,112 
2,555 

i,'748 
4,249 



4,219 



446 
524 



9 
6 



946 

2,323 

1,195 

1.764 

1.710 

2.365 

1.867 

15.153 

245 

175 



987 



142 

18 



17 
13 

r» 
I 

1 

4 
9 
6 
9 
24 



1.082 
1.610 
2 . 676 
211 
2.199 
2.627 

i*,867 
3,449 



1,266 
761 



1,926 
2.903 



• • 



261 



368 
2.823 

i.'i69 
1.085 



• • • • • • 



1,713 



• •••■■• 



1.559 



2,127 



873 



0) 

o 
> 



o 



6, 


865 


12, 


021 


6, 


150 


13, 


251 


8, 


958 


1 , 


,862 


14, 


971 


7 


,629 


15, 


,353 


4 


514 


7 


,698 


15 


,537 


8, 


474 


6 


,740 


17 


,100 


7 


,687 


9 


,309 


91 


,136 


11 


,094 


6 


,630 


7 


,360 


10 


,405 


9 


,377 


5 


,944 


43 


,095 


5 


,840 


6 


,690 


4 


,069 


8 


.181 


8 


,498 


98 


..590 


11 


.172 


8 


.mi 


5 


.683 


6 


,884 


8 


.285 


5 


.922 


4 


.769 


9 


.109 


8 


4.36 


10 


499 


8 


002 




S'2(\ 


8 


542 


12 


786 


8, 


037 


13, 


7K5 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOB IpOD- 

VoTB FOR SscxETARY OF STATS ~ ConcInd«d. 



Secrelary of State. 



UadisoR . 
Mahoning 

. Marion . . 
Medina .. 

Mercer"!! 

Miami ... 



Morrow ,. 
Mu'k'gum 

Noble ,... 
Ottawa ... 

Pauiding . 

Pickaway 
Pike 

PrJbtr..'! 



Ross 

Sandusky 

Shelby '.'.'. 
Stark .... 
Summit. 
Trumbull 
Tusc'was , 

Van Wert' 
Vinlon ... 
Warren .. 
Wash 'ton 

Williams' '. 
Wood .... 
Wyandot 

Totals . 



17,094 
3,197 

8,371 

3. mi 
4.:m 

•i.on 
(j,2rio 



3.M!I 
3,)l<>7 
•i,135 
4,2!MI 
6„517 
4,i3!> 
3,414 
7.U7 



3,132 

3.-2«7 

4.10.1 



4,lilfi 
.■t.fi.'B 
h.'m 
3.KtH 



2.l«l 

1,IH!) 
■2,1*60 
5,401 
h.259 
3,0T:J 
5,730 
3.257 



33.946 
5.794 
10,970 



ll.tll^ 
(1,368 

37,073 
4.B7a 

5,(«8 
14.49D 
4,9rtl 
S.417 

7,004 



C.IWl 

7,917 
12.^i«J 

10,677 



24,509 

lit. 084 
ll.Ktl 

13.. 567 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
VOTB FOR JUDGE OF SUPREME COORT. 





Judge of the Supreme Court 


Pluralities. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


Uniou 
Re- 
rorm. 


Prohi- 


Soc. 


Soc, 


Repub- 


Demo- 


Counties. 


lican. 


cratic. 


bition. 


Labor. 


Dem. 




ratie. 


jj 


._;,^ 


j; 




li 


jj- 


























<l 


f 




si 


V 


Cu 


1 


eg 




3,547 


3,168 


42 


63 


2 


5 


379 




Allen 


6.272 


6,541 


57 


87 


5 


16 




1,269- 


Ashland ..*... 


3,639 


3.402 


19 


56 




2 




763- 


Ashtabula ... 


9,J57 


3,414 


85 


364 


15 


54 


5,843 












100 


33 




3.574 




Auglaize 


2.888 


4.811 


43 


29 




2 




1.923; 








74 














2.083 


4,400 


37 


59 


1 






1.417 


Bmler 


5,988 


8.«99 


93 


104 


108 


41 




2. 911 


Carrol! 


2,«W5 


1.722 




58 


7 


6 


943 




Champaign .. 


4.301 


3.186 


43 


104 


2 


2 


1,115 




Clark 






91 


156 






2,554 






















Clinton 


4.140 


2,388 


48 


83 


3 


1 


1,753 






10,232 


5,978 


65 


533 


43 


57 


4,354 
























3.147 


5.968 


47 


52 


5 


40 




2,621 




45,787 


41.670 


254 


038 


701 


900 


4.117 






4.8-31 


6.002 


no 


81 




G 




i,i7i 




2,684 


3.763 


71 


44 




5 




1,079- 


Delaware .... 


3,774 


3,329 


77 


126 


2 


16 


445 




Erie 


5.340 


4.854 


19 


43 


34 


24 


480 




Fairfield 


3.7-25 


5,443 


47 


93 


1 


5 




1,718 


Fayette 


3,376 


2,4.^0 


41 


33 




3 


946 





Franklin .... 


•22.170 


19.898 


12] 


309 


34 


83 


2,373 




Fulton 


3,449 






62 




3 


1,190 







4,1.19 


a. 392 


14 








1.767 




Geauga 


2,818 


1.105 


34 


70 


2 


2 


1.713 




Greene 


5.078 


2.714 


48 


163 


3 


46 


2,364 




Guernsey 


5.000 


3.131 


73 


205 


7 


11 


1,869 
























5,561 


5.316 


51 


139 


4 


9 


245 




Hardin 


4. .385 


4.302 


72 


100 


1 




183- 






3.376 


3.358 


15 


95 




3 


1,018 






2.606 


4.168 


11 


50 








1,562 


Highland .... 


4.080 


3,936 


93 


111 


1 


9 


144 






3,916 


2.898 


51 


16 


3 


6 


18 
























4.994 


3.895 


33 


104 


3 


17 


1,099 




Jackson 


4,918 


3.311 


49 


.58 


3 


13 


1.607 






6.461 


3.572 


42 








2.889 






4.000 


3.707 


52 


68 


1 


2 


303 






3.928 


1,728 


10 


64 


3 


4 


2.200 






5.500 


2.869 


52 


28 


1 


» 


2.631 




Licking 


5.854 


6,716 


24 


96 


2 


6 




862: 




4.809 


2.947 


69 


120 


3 


9 


■ r.862 






8.431 


4,979 


45 


138 


12 


24 


1 3'. 452 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9CX). 

V0T8 roR Judge op Suprbmb Court — Concluded. 





Judge of the Supreme Court. 


Pluralilies. 


CottnUe*. 


Repnb- 
licsn. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Union 
Re- 
form. 


Prohi- 
bition. 

7 


Soc. 
I^bor. 

r 


Soc. 
Dein. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


1 
.0 


i 


II 


J 


1 


if 

1 


Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning . . . 

Medina '.'.'.'■'.'. 

S:i;^:::::: 

Miami 

Monroe 

Moi-gan 

Mor^^w 

Muskingum . . 

Noble 

OtUwa 

Paulding .... 

Perry 

Pickaway 


17,073 
3.190 
8,947 
3.T4<i 
8.50-J 
4,527 
2.010 

3,101 
19.531 
2,632 
2.612 
■7,3SI 
3.701 
2.116 
3., 596 
4.179 
3,1!»5 
■J, 343 
4,3iW 
3.544 
3,814 
S,461 
,^4i>3 
3,997 
5,745 
4.981) 
2.4TH 
18,073 
10.023 
7.710 
0.343 
3..V.4 
3.99B 
2.1.19 
4.301 
fi.5l5 
4.334 
3,415 
7,144 
2.373 


15,417 
3,492 
7.350 
4.161 
2,356 
2.225 
4.441 
5.119 
4,137 

16.323 
2,165 
2.2C3 
G,075 
2,171) 
3.194 
3.2K5 
3.598 
4.039 
1,958 

3.&if; 
3,200 
4,945 

6,580 
5,060 
4; 917 
S.ftM 
5,971 
3,8.17 
10.714 
«,4I3 
3,t!77 
6.8TO 
2.491 
3, .591 
1,641 
2,658 
5.401 
5.264 
3.075 
5.744 
3.269 


95 
12 
46 
50 
39 
25 
60 
80 
23 
64 
53 
71 
40 
27 

3 
41 
SO 
60 
15 
36 
47 
89 
38 
21 
35 
24 
86 
40 
86 
47 
61 
95 
40 
33 

6 
65 
28 
. 44 
41 
79 
69 


150 
39 

182 
62 
&2 

?5 
37 

207 
62 
92 

269 
49 
32 
34 

UO 
13 
151 
89 
40 
76 
60 
74 
60 
lOH 
53 
300 
32.1 
190 
76 
60 
49 
21 
45 
155 
383 
70 
153 
2T 


33 

1 

19 

4' 

1 

i' 

67 

5' 

1 


617 

6 
65 

2 
40 
51 

7 
15 

2 
399 

1 

<4<i 


1,656 

704 

1.597 




1. 146 
2.302 


'2.431 


1.084 




3.208 
+47 
319 
679 
531 




""25 
8 

i' 

3 
1 
3 
8 
3 
6 

" flfl' 
54 
14 

41 
1 
3 

i' 

2 
4 
1 


6 
19 

4 

9 
15 

S 
10 

17 
88 
72 
3 
93 
67 
80 
89 

4' 

5 
6 
9 
25 
38 
7 


311 

581 




660 
344 




Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland .... 











413 




Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas .. 

Union 

Van Wert ... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington . 

W«yne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot .... 




2,111 


""991 


3.3.51' 

i.ini 

4.0.13 




1.00:1 

407 

498 

1.643 

1,114 




340 
1.400 








Totals ... 
Plurality . 


54;i.4lS 
«!1.2S0 


474.138 


4.. 561 


9,808 


1,690 


4,628 


105,2fi7 
ftt,280 


3.^.087 




1 









REPORT OF SECRETAKY OF STATt 
VOTE FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 





Member of Board of Public 


Works. 




Pluralities. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


Union 
Re- 
form, 


Prohi- 


Soc. 


Soc. 


Repub- 


Demo- 






cratic. 




Labor. 


Dem. 


Hcan. 


cratic. 






















3 


1 


e6 


f 






1 


1 




3,548 


3.160 


42 


61 


5 


5 


379 






5,269 
2,638 

9,256 


6,542 
3,402 
3,413 


56 
19 
84 


90 
57 

264 


5 

"■■'u' 


16 
2 

55 












Ashtabula .... 


5.843 












100 


.S3 




3,577 






2,884 
















Belmont 


8,203 


6,263 


74 


243 


21 


39 


1,939 






2,984 


4.400 


37 


59 


1 






1,416 




















Carroll 


2,665 


1,723 


20 


58 




6 


942 




■Champaign . . 


4,301 


3,187 


45 


102 


2 


2 


1,114 




Clark 








154 




54 


2,544 






3,983 


4.236 


115 


S7 


1 


• 4 




253 


Clinton 


4.140 


2,389 


, 47 


89 


3 


1 


1,751 






10,230 


5,975 


65 




43 


57 


4.255 






3,592 


3,935 


32 


107 




18 




343 






















45,838 


41,627 


262 


608 


700 


991 


4,211 






4,833 


6,000 


109 


82 




6 














3,771 


3,326 


76- 


127 


3 


16 


445 






















Fairfield 


3,729 


5,438 


4Q 


93 


1 


5 




1.709 


Fayette 


3,374 


2,431 


40 


33 




3 


943 




Franklin 










• 35 


81 


2,324 




Fulton 


3,451 


2,258 


31 


62 




3 


!,193 




Gallia 


4,158 


2,392 


15 


47 




7 


1.766 






2,816 


1.103 


34 


69 


2 


2 


1.713 






5,080 


2,713 


48 


159 


3 


46 


2.367 






5.000 


3,129 


74 


203 


7 


12 


1.871 






55.324 


40.184 


153 


297 


209 


1.067 


15,140 




Hancock .... 


5,559 


5,315 


52 


139 


3 


9 








4.385 


4,200 




100 












3,276 


2,258 


15 


m 




3 


1,018 




Henry 

Highland .... 


2,607 


4.168 


11 


50 








1,561 


4.082 


3,939 


92 


109 




9 


143 




Hocking 












6 


19 










15 












Huron 


4.»fla 


3,891 


31 


i04 


4 


17 


1.107 






4.990 


3.310 








13 


1,610 




Wrson 


6,459 


3.576 


40 


270 


12 


6 


2.883 




Knox 


4.000 


3,797 






1 




203 




Lake 


3.929 


1,729 


12 


61 


3 


4 


2,200 






5,500 








1 


























LoBan. 


4,806 


2,945 


68 


119 


3 


9 






Lorain 


8.437 


4,976 


45 




12 


24 


3,461 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR igOO- 195 

VOTB POX Mkuber op Board op Public Works— Concluded. 





Member of Board of Public Works. 


Pluralities. 






Demo- 


Re- 
firm. 


Prohi- 


Soc. 


Soc 


Repub- 


Demo- 








bition. 


Labor. 


Deni. 


lican. 


cratic. 


















<1 

si 

1^= 


4 


h 


si 

u 


.5 


II 


■E 


1 


Lucas 


17,143 


15.350 


m 


140 


46 


610 


1,793 






3.195 


2.492 


12 




1 


6 








0,848 


7,355 














Marion 

Mfidina 


















3.502 


2^356 


39 


62 


4 


41 


1,146 






4.624 


2,227 


26 


65 










Mercer 






















80 


78 




15 


l.orto 






2.100 


4,137 


23 


38 


1 








Montgomery . 


19.48!t 


ie,33i> 




















































7,354 


0,671 

































Ottawa 


















■■i.rm 


3,288 


41 


34 




7 


30-J 




Perry 


4,178 


















3.1D8 


4.021" 








4 








4,.1i>0 


3,647 


36 


162 


3- 


15 


659 








Preble 


3.543 


3,201 


46 






5 






Pulnam 

Richland 


2.815 
5.4tll 
5.428 
3.9S5 
5.753 


4.941 


























5.081 

4,917 
3.6.32 


21 


51 


8 


3 


347 




Sandusky .... 




24 


59 


6 


87 


■2,121 




Seneca 

IS'::::::: 


4.(KHI 
















S.H.'W 
lO.-rrS 














13,076 


37 


3(i4 


90 


93 


2,373 






10.036 


8.404 


47 


.120 


54 


66 


1,632 






■7.710 


3.(i75 


61 




14 




4,0.'U 






















Union 


3,555 


2.485 


40 




1 




1,070 






8,999 


3..y*it 


33 


4fl 




4 


411 








1,045 










492 




Warren 


4.2ft9 


2.t;'.8 


65 


45 




5 


1,641 







6,512 
















Wayne 

WiUiams .... 


















3.414 


3,076 


41 


70 






338 




Wood 


7.1.50 


5.741 






4 




1.409 




Wyandot 


2. .185 


3,260 


49 


27 


1 


8 










Totals ... 


543.490 


474,018 


4.585 


9.873 


1,711 


4,615 


105,404 


35.932 


Plurality . 


69,479 


. . . 






. 


. 


69,472 









" 





196 REPORT OF SECRETARV OF STATE. 

VOTE FOR COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 





Commissioner of Common Schools. 




Plural 
Repub. 


ties. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


I'niou 
Re- 
form, 


Prohi- 


Soc. 


Soc. 


Demo- 


Counties. 


lican. 


cratic. 


bition, 






Itcan. 


cratic. 




















C^ 


n 


?l 


<1 

"go 


si 


3 
K 


1 


.1 




^« 


t 


i 


1 


S 


s 


■J} 








44 


59 


2 


6 


354 






5.268 

2. WO 
9.257 
















Ashland 


3.400 
3.412 








2 




7tiO 


m 


264 


14 


^, 


5,845 






G.ttm 


2,K8 


■ 80 


98 


33 








Auglaize 


2.-iH) 


4,913 


42 














8,20-1 


O.'iifl 


74 


33:) 


21 


3!) 






Brown 




























11 








2.t>63 


1,723 


20 


r,7 




6 


940 






4,233 


.3,l!Hl 


44 


99 




•^ 
























Clermont 


















4.150 


2,385 


47 


87 


4 




1.765 






10.328 


5,978 


66 


533 


43 


57 


4.2.iO 






.^.568 


3,963 
















2(i'i 










2.83t 




45.870 


41 .M9 


ats 


697 


1.001 


4,30i 






































1 nes 








7.' 


124 


3 


16 


425 








































Fayette 


3.372 


2.434 


40 


33 




3 


938 






23.038 


20.042 


120 


299 


38 


75 


1.996 




Fulton 


3,447 


2,265 


32 


61 




3 


1.182 




Gallia 


4,1.5ti 


2,-t!>3 


14 


48 






1.763 




Geauga 


2.817 


1.102 


3.1 








1.715 




Greene 








1.58 


3 










5.003 


3,12;) 


75 


2ir2 




11 


1.880 






55..^3l 


40,1(19 


149 


296 


202 


1,065 


I,Mfl2 




Hancock ... 


5.5.55 


5.327 


50 




3 


f) 








4,371 


4.219 


71 


94 


1 




152 






3.2(i0 


2.271 


15 


(Hi 




.3 


998 




Henry 


2.m 


4.169 


11 


50 








1.56? 


Highland .... 


4.120 


.<i.8!W 


92 


107 




io 


224 




Hocking 


2.318 


2.896 


51 


16 




6 






Holmes 


1.2(!n 


3.491 


18 


,')3 








2.141 




4.W2 


3.901 


31 


101 


3 


17 


1,091 




ackson 


4.918 


3.311 


49 




3 


13 


1.607 




efferson 


fi,4.W 


3.. '-,74 




270 


12 


6 


2.884 








3.789 




61 











,akc 


3.<127 


1.732 


12 


61 


■I 


4 


2.195 






5,. -.00 


2,f'70 


52 


28 




9 


3.6S0 






5.R12 


6.741 


2n 


94 




6 




909 


iX^S'. .::::: 


4, son 


2.9ir, 


70 


117 


3 


9 


1.861 




Lorain 


8,434 


4.973 


45 


136 


12 


24 


3.461 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9OO- 197 

VOTB FOR Commissioner op Common Schoom— Concluded. 







Schools 




Pluralities. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


Union 
Re- 
form. 


Prohi- 


Soc. 


Soc, 


Repub- 


Denio- 




lican. 


cralic. 










cralic. 






















ii 


il 




1 


|l 


33 


1 
1 


a 






15,3ti9 


96 


148 


31 


617 


1.645 




Madison 


3,177 


a, 512 


12 


39 












6,949 


7,355 


49 


178 




65 


1,594 






3,758 
3.502 
















Medina 


2. 357 


38 


ti2 


4 


40 


1,145 




MeiBS 


4,522 


2.229 


26 


65 


1 


51 


2.293 




Mm-er 




4.474 
5,130 














6.183 


80 


77 




15 


1.059 
























19.513 


lli,340 


63 


204 


69 


3.95 


3,173 




Morgan 


2. (Ha 


3.18S 


54 


61 










Morrow 




















7,358 


(i.fi76 


42 


267 


5 


46 








3.899 


2.175 


27 


48 


1 




,',21 






















Paulding .... 


3.589 


3,288 


43 


,33 


1 


5 


301 




Perry . , 


4,156 


3.617 


48 


78 


25 


19 


.541 




Pickaway 

Pike 


















2.347 


1 ,956 


15 


13 




!) 


391 






4.308 


3.642 


35 


151 


2 


15 


6fi6 










41 


















































5.4M. 


5.060 


20 


60 


8 


3 


394 




Sandusky .... 












17 






5.742 


3.6.39 


24 


59 


e 


87 


2.io;t 






















Shelby 

Stark 


















13,081 


10.711 


36 


29;! 


86 


94 


2.370 






10.033 


8.403 






TA 


tHi 


1 .629 




Trumbull .... 


7.7111 


3.678 


fil 


187 


H 


80 


4.032 






(i.IlW 


6.848 


95 


73 


41 


39 




493 




3,547 


2.493 










1 .0.'M 




Van Wert , , , , 


fl,!lfl2 


3,fi04 


31 


4it 


2 


4 


178 




Vinlon ,..'.., 




1,6.^2 










m 




Warren 


4.L'.'-.7 


3,705 


(i5 


45 




.'. 


1 ..552 




Washington . . 


11,517 


.■i,3P5 


29 


l-W 







1,1?! 




Wayne 

Williams .... 


















:t.4l4 


3.07G 


41 


(16 


2 


2.', 


.■ITS 





Wood 


7. 098 


5.801 


77 


I.M 


3 


27 


1 .2n7 




Wyandot .... 


2.-.m 


3.2fi3 






1 


>* 










TmaU ... 


.■i42.i>2^ 


474,626 


4.,567 


9,743 


1,6512 


4.625 


101,613 


36.311 


Phiralily 


08.303 












68,302 

















REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
VOTE FOR DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER. 





Dairy and Food Commissioner. 


Pluralities. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


Union 
Re- 
form. 


Probi- 


Soc. 


Soc, 


Repub- 


Demo- 




lican. 


cratic. 


bilion. 


Labor, 


Dem. 


lican. 


cratic. 








































w2 

fl 


r 


S 


i* 


si 


11 


t 


rf 
^ 






n 


is 




o 


^ 






Adams 


:t,545 


3.17(1 


48 


59 


., 


S 


375 






















Ashland 

Ashtabula . . . 


2.G13 

9,188 


3.410 

3,4n(l 












797 


104 


259 


14 


54 


5,732 






s.im 


2.532 


83 


98 


33 




3,548 




tt'S::::: 




4,81& 

6,290 














8.11!! 


136 


23.5 


21 


38 


i.829 




Brown 


2,97(> 


4,408 






























1,740 


31 


56 


7 


6 


899 




Cliampaisn .. . 


1,289 


3.202 


47 












Clark- 


















Clermont . . . , 


















4.112 


2.418 


59 


87 


3 




1.694 




Columbiana . , 


10. IM 


5.!!87 


76 


522 


43 


57 


4,212 




Cosliocton . , . 




3. two 






























ir..m) 


41. 1129 


287 


Oil 


700 


993 


4.171 






















Pcfinncc .... 




3.778 


78 


41 




6 




1.117 




-I.TW 


3,3ri9 


97 


12:1 


3 


- 16 


344 






3.(11)4 


4.8.W 
r,,4i» 


24 

60 


91 


1 


4 








1.7T4 




.1.3.53 


2.448 


49 


X\ 




3 


9iM 








20.1l.'il 


146 












Fulton 


3.4W 


2.287 


41 


58 




3 








4.1.18 


2.401 


19 


48 




7 


1,737 






2.fiTl 


l.lt!2 


93 














s.osa 


2.7.19 


53 


1.58 


4 


46 


2.319 








3.1.59 


90 


201 


7 


12 


1,801 




Hamilton ..-. 


ha. mo 


40,01)7 


150 


296 




1.052 








.5.519 


S.3.53 


56 


i;w 




9 


166 






















Harrison 


3.24(5 


9.281 


21 


95 




3 


965 




Henry 

Highland .... 


















4.041} 


3.9(iri 


98 


If»5 




9 


80 




Hocking 


































Huron 


4.!>flr. 


3.91fl 


36 


1114 


3 


18 


I.ain 






4.flir. 


3.312 


4.-; 


■■ifl 


3 


13 


1.604 




, cffersoii 




3..'i97 








6 






3,?i8n 


3.811 


53 


fil 


1 




169 






3.J1I7 


1.74fi 


16 


59 


3 


4 


2.171 






.■i.4f>!> 


2.P72 


52 




I 


9" 


2.627 




Licking 






















73 


118 


3 


9 


1.811 




Lorain 


8,375 


*029 


63 


132 


11 


24 


3,346 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9O& 199* 

Vote F0» Dairy amd Food Commissioner— Concluded. 







Dairj- and 


Food Commissioner. 




Pluralities. 




Repub- 


Demo- 


Union 
Re- 


Prohi. 


Soc. 


Soc. 


Repub- 


Deuto- 




lics. 


cmtic. 


bition. 






lican. 


cratic 










































t 






|l 


.is 

1^ 


j 


1 

> 


Lucas 


17.111 


15.373 


103 


147 


3!) 


615 


1.738 






:t.i7(i 


a.siT 


1-J 


411 




1; 








8,U14 


7,394 


5(> 


tU-j 










Marion 


:).T31 
















a. 424 


5(j 


«5 


3 


411 


991 




Meigs 


4..iI4 


i.-m 


a« 


ti.i 


I 








Mercer 




4.443 
















i« 


7« 




13 


m 




Monroe 


















lit.w; 


lU.iW.'i 


69 


■Jlrt 


68 


39:1 


3.11)2 




Morgan 


•J.(W5 


2.1!Mi 


in 


m 




1 








■i.!ili} 


■i.-JiH 














Muskingum . . 


-.W-i 


8.723 




'2W) 


4 


41 






Noble 


a.ijiH 
















Ottawa 

Paulding .... 


2,100 
:).r,75 
















;i,2W 


SI 


3« 






28.^ 




Perry 


-i,l:i(i 


:i,fi2i 














Pickaway 

Pike 


















•i.HVi 


1.I1.W 


14 


13 




!) 


384 




Portage 


A .iiJl 


:(.(iH7 


ra 


10.-1 


3 


14 


544 




Preble 


:t.r>l7 


.t.iii 


4(i 


87 


2 


1) 


294 




Putnam 




4,!'47 


41 


411 


1 


10 




2.141 


Richland .... 
Ros* 


















a.jjfl 


.'^p.('"!l 


25 


r,i 


K 


3 


31!' 




Sandusky 


3,Wi7 


















2fl 


.w 


(i 


87 


2.1183 






4.!>!t7 


.'i.lMli 


41 


III.! 


;) 






»3U 


Shelby 

Stark 


















W.II.W 


1(1. 7:M 


4:t 


:;!i:i 


8!> 


111 


■.'.32(i 






!i.!P74 


8.4IJ.'. 


m 


31.-. 


r,4 


(!:< 


1..WH 








:i.7:fj 


•M 


mi 


14 




:I.!NK1 






ti.:m 


tl,8117 


107 


T-t 


41 


311 




.'.m 




«..53fl 


a..w) 


4--» 


(i-i 


1 




l.n:w 




Van Wert..., 


:t.iN<i 


3. (UNI 




4!t 




4 


.3811 




Vinton 


■2.VV> 


I.IW3 


7 


■21 






479 








L'.7lli 


iy 


44 




."■. 






WasKington .. 


(I.4H7 


r..4-.'- 


m 


Vii 




fi 


l.iWMi 




Wayne 

Williaraa 


















3.:VM 


3.1M14 


if> 


fi7 


2 


■•ft 


2<NI 





Wood 


7.111 


.'i.T7.'i 


tM 


l.'v3 


4 


2if 


1 .:m 





Wyandot 




:i.-iii!i 


M 


•ir) 




" 










Totals ... 


n.l!l,H71 


47ii.7ai 


ry.^V 


!i.74)i 


l.iJW 


4..HP4 


99.92H 


3(i.S.-.l 


Plurality 


ta,077 












(LI, (177 










._ 







REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE VOTE FOR SKCRETARV OF STATE. 1900, GOVERNOR, 1899, 
AND SECRETARY OF STATE, 1898. 



Secrelarj' of Stale, 



Secretary of Slate, 



Adanis . 
Allen 



Ashland ... 
Ashtabula . 

Auglaize '.'. 
Belmont . 



Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 
Clark 



Cler 

Clin 
Columbiana 
Coshocton . 
Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga . . . 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware . . . 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Franklin"'" 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Guernsey . . - 

Hamilton ... 
Hancock , . . 

Hardin 

Harrison .. . 

HfglXnd':!: 
Hocking .... 
Holmes .. . . . 

Jackson 

Jefferson .. . . 

Knox 

Lawrence . .. 
Lorain 



5.!193 
4.300 



4.382 

3.-JW 
2.fi07 
4.n79 
2.916 

4,08.3 

4,n:J0 
fi.3fil 
4.n(U 
3. Olid 
.',,4<>e 
.'..P4!i 



1,721 
3.18S 
6,2.S1 
4,245 
2,3112 
5.977 
3,950 
5, DCS 

41.(90 
6,001 
3.705 
3.329 
4.P32 
5.43.J 
2.439 

19.85S 
2.267 
2,3!I3 



4,207 

iiififi 
3,9.37 
2,898 
3.303 
3,901 
3.31it 
3.(>S-'i 



3,3«1 
3,59-5 

3,308 



3.304 
2,417 
21,321 



3.57G 
2.226 
4.412 
3.87ft 
.3.'j,740 
4,6G0 
3.914 
2,800 
■J. 005 



1.123 
4.224 

4.068 
5, 308 



2.157 
2.2-27 
4; 010 



3,120 
5.007 
2.345 

16,110 
1,823 
2.. 504 
020 
2,084 
2.7fi-') 

3U.8(W 
4.343 
4.012 
2.008 
3.478 
4.003 
2.505 
2. PIS 



3,039 
2.823 
2,107 

5.495 
4.141) 
1,883 
0.104 
2.3a8 
4,213 
2,129 
3.605 
5.443 
3,a30 



3.877 
3.067 
42.910 
4.814 
3.875 
2,585 
2,174 
3.445 
2.2m 
1.014 



2.629 
3.378 
4. £48 
3.395 



1.559 

1.878 

3.205 

4,551 

3,177 

5.973 

1.374 

2,072 

4,0fii| 

3,5<I9 ■ 

1.801 

4.*;03 

3,124 



2,311 
29.385 
4,463 



3.324 
3..SV. 
2,398 



ELECTKIN STATISTICS KUR 1900- 20$ 



COHPARATn'K VOTB FOR SECHETARV OP STATE, IWH), GOVERKOR, 1891>, AND 

Sbcretarv of State, 1808— Concluiied. 




Monroe ' 

Montgomery ] 

Morgan 

Morrow ! 

Muskingum I 

Noble ' 

Ottawa 

Paulding | 

Perry I 

Pickaway I 

Pike ! 

Portaire I 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland > 

Ross 

Sandusky I 

Scioto 1 

Shdby '.V.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.'.'.'.\ 
Stark ' 

Trunibuli I 

Tuscarawas I 

Union I 

Van Wert I 

XSZ:;:;;::;:::;:::1 

Washington I 

Wayne ' 

Williams ! 

Wood I 

Wyandot I 

Totals 1 



;>,:ti:i 1 
4,3ii:) I 



T.Trw 

.1..W!> 

3,9(17 
2.13.-) 
4.JiHi 
R.517 
l.-*3!> 
3.414 
T.147 



i.im I 

:t.l!i« I 
4.o;w 



2.4'B' 

G.4K!i 
-'.r>4i) 



3..'i4i) 
■2A>lt 



3.7H1 1 


l,A'7 


L'.UiB 


1:2. TW ' 


IS.flWi 


|-.*.:i37 


L>.!r.l ■ 


■J..1->ii 


l.lKte 


■2.IW2 1 


^.ato 


l.JKl 


fi.ftw : 


ti.r.47 


r,.H4.-i 


3.07:. 1 


2.4117 


1.H77 



i.(;n7 



a.lKl I 

:i.--'4(* I 
4.n«I I 



10.710 
8,40i 



5.401 
.'1,259 

3.072 



.t.l44 

4,finr. 
3. !•(>■-' 



4.7!>7 [ 4.il43 ! 

4,117 I 2, !'(■,■_' I 

3.4;W I 4.014 I 

" ■" " ■ 3,!"': I 



SI 



4.<W1 

.'..Ofll 
4,t:45 



7,414 I 



2.7it7 
4.4flS 
2,433 



REPOST OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE GIVING PLURALITIES BY COUNTIES OF VOTES CAST FOR PRES- 
IDENT, 1900, SECRETARY OF STATE, 1900, GOVERNOR, 1899, 
SECRETARY OF STATE, 1698. 





President, 
1900. 


Secretary of 
State, 1900. 


Governor. 
1899. 


Secretarj- of 
State. 1898. 




Repuh- 

lican. 

li 


Demo- 
cralic. 


Repub- 


Demo- 
cratic 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 

J 


Repub- 
licaD. 


Demo- 
cratic 




|t 


i 
P 







1^ 


\dams 


■■m 




380 

"h'.ifai' 

3,572 

"1M2 

""m 

1,1J2 

2,555 

"i!748' 
4,249 

"4;2i9' 

'446' 
524 

"'946' 
2.323 

1,195 
1.764 
1,710 
2.3G.'i 
1.867 
ig,l.'i3 
245 
175 

mi 
""m 

18 

"i'M' 
i.fiin 

2.67fi 

211 

2.199 

2.627 


761 

"i,'926' 

"['Mi' 

2.903 

""ihl 

■"368" 
2.823 

"i'.m 

1,085 

i.na' 

:::::::: 


184 

"4!95i' 
2.679 

"i,m 

853 
1,083 

3,828 

■"'.556' 
082 

"ihi 

1,748 
i.n-w 
1 .072 
l.fiOi! 
2,-328 
1,085 

"■",32fi' 










1.259 

756 


969 

, H78 

"i'j'n 
"imV 

2.394 

""ui' 

■ ■ ■ 467 ■ 
2,121 

"I'.sii' 

1.075 



■■i!782' 
"I'Mh' 

m 

"]'.m 

224 

l.-ifl 
1,695 




2.2ti8 

i; iii' 

■"■7.i5' 
933 

1.3«3 

"i!4T6' 
^ 926 


1,417 










5,834 
3,597 










Auglaize .... 


1,917 


1.322 




1.406 
3,855 












948 

1,114 
2,563 




Champaign , 












254 






1,755 
4,358 










Coshocton .. 


348 
2.816 


1 400 


Cuyahoga ... 


2,859 


10.42.J 
02' 




1,160^ 

i:082* 












428 
518 












FairReld 


1 


693 


1 ! .524 




942 
2.4-28 
1.195 

1.771 

1 .im 

2.3.i7 

1.894 

1.5. -238 

237 

in9 

1.(113 


714 1 










Fiihon 






897 1:::;::: 

1.494 1 

1.267 1 

2.122 1 


Geauga 

Greene 

Gncrn3ey .. . 








.... 


13..i2.5 
3.-.I 
12 
789 

no' 

■"i;426' 

.51.5 

2.126 













Harrhon ... . 


"i 


m 


"i;5.59' 


7!>2 





Highland ... 
Hocking .... 


Utt 














•2 


125 


2,127 


"■i;376' 
«86 

2.m, 

lfi3 

2, 2517 
2,009 

"ii-iiii' 

3.991 




Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson . . , 
Knox 


I Ml 

i.iiin 

2.f(!1.5 
214 

■2.m 
2.n2n 




Lake 

I jivrence . . . 




862' 






922 


i.666 
1.744 

■■i;273' 

3.707 




t-ogan 


3.50S 


1.867 

3.4491 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQOO- 



205 



Table Giving Pi^urai^ities by Counties of Votes Cast for President, 1900, 
Secretary of State, 1900, Governor, 1899, and Secretary 
• OF State, 1898 — Concluded. 



* 


President, 
1900. 


Secretary of 
State, 1900. 


Governor, 
1899. 


Secretary of 
State, 1898. 


1 
( 

Counties. 

1 

1 

1 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


• 




■ 

s 
U CO 

V 


• 

a 
X 


• 


V 






• 
V 

a 
U 


• 

BO 


Lucas 

Madison .... 
Mahoning . . 
Marion 


1.7;38 

704 

1,537 


"2," 445* 

"2,m 

"1.054* 
"'832' 

• 1 a • • • ■ 

2.' 1-26 ' 
1 . 120 

1.042' 
1,35.5 

'■'5i2' 

"i'.m 

"**87i' 


1,717 

700 

1,616 

"i.'iio' 
2.:i05 

"i',m' 

"3,'2o6' 
447 

:«o 

674 
531 

""367' 
576 

""m 

659 
347 

""m 

'2.113 

""2;375' 
1,616 
4.030 

'i;078' 

407 

486 

l,a36 

1.116 

" *342' 
1.4f»8 


* '394' 

"2;432' 
"2;o39' 


tl,905 

3,37 

1,454 

1,127 
1,682 

"i;082* 

*'i.'75i' 
403 
327 


• 

* '*338' 

"2;343' 
"2,139* 

' 'i49 
' "583' 


3,405 

:^8i 

683 

"i;329' 
1,787 

" 1^396 

"i'jis' 

385 
347 
702 
630 


• • • • •- • ^ 

" **9i^ 


Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 


1.150 
2,308 


i.667 


Miami 

Monroe 


1,070 


i.39^ 


Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow .... 
Muskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 


3.370 
451 
327 

531 




"i;675" 

"'"839* 

"2! 123* 
1 . 105 

"'m' 

"'965' 
1,357 

""m 
"i.'o-io* 

"'868" 


• ••••••• 

465 

■ "177' 
11 

* "*362' 
911 
121 

■"270' 
*"i,"247* 

*'i;6.v" 

2,744 

3.883 

11 

906 

147 

448 

1.309 

766 

' '2O6' 
1,176 


i,02!> 


Paulding . . . 

Perry 

Pickaway . . . 


313 
581 


107 


' ' ' *^32 * 

'2,'i88* 
795 

* "973 

'""898" 
1.474 


215 

'"*50i' 
931 
382 

"*298" 
i/236 

i;27i' 

1,449 
3.220 


7i6' 


Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 


382 

em 

342 


i.83i 


Richland .... 




921 


Ross 

Sandusky . . . 


428 


54> 


Scioto 

Seneca 


2 . 127 


943 


Shelby 




8a3. 


Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull . . . 
Tuscarawas . 


2.514 
1.05f) 
4.037 

"i;677" 

424 

493 

l.r>3() 

1.143 


8S 


Union 

Van Wert . . . 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington . 
Wavne 


"'iioio' 

" "*880* 


931 

10() 

445 

1,500 

895 

""m 

1.031 


985 


W^illiams . . . 

Wood 

Wyandot .... 


367 
1.401 


646 










Totals .... 


104.815 


35,779 


105.104 


35.883 


84,178 


35.155 


89 . 293 


28.154 


Pluralities 


no. 0.38 ! 


69.311 




49,023 




61,139 





* Nash over McLean. Tones had plurality in county of 14. 934. 
t Nash over McLean. Jones had plaralily in county ot XA*^. 



!06 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATtt 

TABLE GIVING VOTE FOR PRESIDENT, 1900. AND GOVERNOR, 18W, 
WITH TOTAL VOTE. 



Preside lit, 19O0. 



Adams . 
Allcr 



Ashland .... 
Ashtabula . . 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont . . . . 

Butler '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont ■ . . 

-Clinton 

Columbiana . 
Coshocton . . 
■Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga .. . 

Darke 

Defiance 



Fairfield . 
Fayette .. 
Franklin . 



Hancock . 

Hardin .. 
Harrison 



Jefferson .. 
Knox .... 

Lake 

Lawrence . 
Licking ... 

Loraio ,.,. 



L',(i41 
9.2T-> 
6, lie 

■>,sm 
8.m 

2,991 
6,025 
2,61)8 
4,31H> 



4.149 
lO.ibH 
3,5ft> 
3,150 

4.5.299 

3.705 



3,380 
22,237 
3,457 
4.159 
■2.818 
5.100 
5.014 
55,466 



l,-'(i9 

4.993 



4,812 
6,251 
4.3HT 



2.262 
2.388 
1.117 
2.743 

3.1-20 
40.228 
5.322 
4.190 
3.281 
4,157 



3.394 
3.900 
3.31.S 
.1..i75 



6,865 
12,021 

6.150 
13,251 

8.958 

7.862 
14.971 

7,529 
15,353 

4,514 



6.740 
17.100 
7,687 
9,309 
91,130 
11.094 
6.630 
7,360 
10,405 
9.377 
5.944 
43,095 
5.840 



98,-^90 
11,172 
8,837 



O.litS 
8,436 

10.499 
8,002 
5.R26 
8..'i42 

12.786 
8,037 

13,783 



3.381 
3.5S5 
2,308 



3,863 
6,131 
3.071 
3.693 
8,057 
3,304 
2,417 
21,321 
4,251 
2.130 



4,412 

3,878 
35,740 



2.439 

1.123 
4.224 

4.068 



2,157 
2.227 
4,010 
5,277 



4,53e 
7.410 
5,628 
3.205 



2,504 
620 

2, 064' 

36! 805 
4..W3 
4,012 
3,008 
3.478 



10,282 
5,661 
10.437 



12.482 
7.148 

13.356 
4,350 



6,353 
3.296 
7.414 

7,474 
87.070 
10.438 
8,607 
5.000 
6,077 
8.327 
5.311 
4.226 



4,811 
7.190 
11.714 
7.1.54 



ELECTION STATISTICS FbB igCX>- 207 

Tabu Giving Vote for Psssidkmt, 1900, and Govsrmob, 1899, wiTb Total 
Vote — Concluded. 







Governor, 1899. 




Rcpub- 


Demo- 
cratic. 


5 

i 


Repub- 
lican. 


De*o- 
cratic. 








1 


■A 


i^ 


i 

I 


L ca 


l7.1-.*8 
3. HIT 
8.9311 
3.770 
3.3IU 
4.545 
2.(115 
ti.l!>T 
2.1113 

i9.e<)i{ 
'•'.m> 

7.3.S 

■i,704 
2.131 
.3.5!)- 
4.180 
3.-i01 
2.342 
4.311 
3,548 
2,817 
5,461 
5.463 
4.003 
5.756 
4,9U4 
2.482 
13.165 
10.072 
7,-23 
6.355 
3.. ■561 
4,006 
2.141 
4,311 
6.542 
4.244 
3.416 
7.153 
2.397 


15.390 
2.4!I3 
7,402 
4,141 
2.360 
2,23* 
4.4i}0 
5.127 
4,143 

16.236 
2,J88 
2.278 
(J. 667 
2,173 
3.185 
3,284 
3,.<>99 
4,033 
1,960 
3.651 
3.206 
4,943 
6.581 
5.035 
4.915 
3.639 
5.946 
3.837 

10.651 
8.413 
3.686 
6.867 
2.484 
3.582 
1.648 
2,675 
5,399 
S.2fi3 
.1.049 
5.752 
3.2iW 


33,1)46 
5.794 

16,970 
8,077 
6.112 
6.978 
6,632 

iLHl-i- 
6.368 

37,073 
4.072 

5.088 
14.496 
4,081 
5,417 
7,004 
8.016 
7,408 
4,378 
8,240 
6,931 
7.917 
12.206 
10,677 
9,128 
9,645 
11,263 
6.468 
24,500 
19,084 
11,831 
13., 567 

6,m 

7.728 
3.8.50 
7.18.5 

13,241 
9.Wt2 
6.680 

13,266 
■'.,811 


9,314 

3,020 
6,180 
3.274 
3.013 
3.697 
1.644 
5.425 
l,o7I 
14.481 
2,554 
2.409 
6,489 
3,540 
1.593 
3,357 
3,513 
2,990 
3,348 
3,540 
3,087 
2.463 
4.714 
5.067 
3.144 
4.685 
3.992 

10!757 
6.851 
6.317 
5.3O0 
3,206 
3.739 
3,0.55 
3,600 
5.2.53 
3.890 
3.162 
5.180 
2.1.')7 


7.409 
3.683 
4,726 
3,612 
1,886 
3,115 
3.987. 
4.343 
3.710 
12,730 
2,151 
2.) 182 
6.638 
3.07.5 
3.176 
3.180 
3.502 
3.!t31 
1.986 
3.639 
2,966 
4.651 
5. ,509 
4.787 
4,117 
3,438 
4.890 
3,. 595 
9.099 
4.107 
2,4.34 
S.289 
2.390 
3., 592 
1.007 
2.291 
4,487 
4,909 
2.866 
4.fN'4 
3.017 


■28.534 




5.861 








7.3.95 












6,<J16 








5.399 




31,022 








4.897 




13.853 




4.792 




6.080 








7.631 












7,<»90 








7..'il9 


















Seneca 


H.8>I9 




















12 089 












































543.9Irt 

6S.036 


474.882 


1.049.121 


417.199 
40,f'23 


3fi8,17(i 

















208 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE SHOWING GAINS AND LOSSES, VOTE FOR PRESIDENT, 1900, 
COMPARED WITH VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, 1899. 



Counties. 



Adams . . . 

Allen 

Ashland . . , 
Ashtabula . 

Athens 

Auglaize . . 
Belmont ^ . . , 
Brown ... 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont . . 
Clinton . . . , 
Columbiana 
Coshocton . 
Crawford . . 
Cuyahoga .. 

Darke 

Defiance . . . 
Delaware . . 

Erie 

Fairfield . . . 

Fayette 

Franklin ... 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga — 
Greene . . . . 
Guernsey ... 
Hamilton . . 
Hancock ... 
Hardin . . . . 
Harrison 
Henry . . . . 
Highland . 
Hocking . . 
Holmes ...' 
Huron . . . . 
Jackson . . , 
Jefferson . , 
Knox .... 

Lake 

Lawrence . 
Licking . . . 
Logan .... 
Lorain . , . . 



President, 1900. 



Repub- 
lican. 






Demo- 
cratic. 



CO 



Governor, 1899. 



Repub- 
lican. 



Wi 

O 



Demo- 
cratic. 



CO 

PC o 
o 



Gains and Losses. 



Republican. Democratic. 



CQ 

o 



3 , 'Wo 
5.2«1 
2,041 
9,272 
, 120 
2.895 
8.217 
2,991 
0,025 
2.608 
4.30<) 
8.800 
3,900 
4.149 

10.255 
3.592 
3.150 

45.299 
4,834 
2,084 
3,705 
5.353 
3,738 
3,380 

22,237 
3 . 457 
4.159 
2.810 
5. UK) 
5.014 

55,400 
5.5,59 
4,389 
3.274 
2.023 
4,078 
2.923 
1,209 
4.993 
4.932 
0,470 
4.011 
3.929 
5,505 
5.8.54 
4.800 
8,497 



3 
3 

u 

4 



4 

8 

1 

3 



4 
'} 

o 

3 

o 

42 



3 

3 

4 

5 
o 

19 
2 

2 

1 

2 

3 

40 

•^ 



3.109 
0.540 
399 
438 
529 
812 
251 



3 
2 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 
o 


o 

4 



397 
880 
720 
192 
243 
244 
394 
997 
940 
908 
440 
fM»3 
700 
a37 
a37 
431 
438 
809 
202 
388 
117 
743 
120 
228 
322 
190 
201 
157 
938 
89(> 
394 
900 
313 
575 
797 
7.33 
870 
710 
951 
989 



3.381 
3,595 
2,308 
7.108 
4.800 
2^93 
0?S07 
2,713 
4.148 
2,. 379 
3.803 
0,131 
3.071 
3,693 
8,057 
3.304 
2.417 

21.321 
4.2.51 
2.130 
3.587 
3.802 
3.285 
3.097 

17.858 
2.875 
3 , .570 
2,220 
4,412 
3,878 

35,740 
4.609 
3,914 
2.800 
2.005 
3.779 
2.4.39 
1.123 
4.224 
4.008 
5. .308 
3.727 
3,221 
4,439 
5.203 
3.870 
0.111 



3,197 
4,504 
2,980 
2,157 

4.010 
5.277 
4,227 
0.542 
1.098 
3.010 
5,048 
4.388 
2.280 
4,229 
3,771 
4.538 
7.410 
5,028 
3,205 
3.031 
3,120 
5.007 
2,345 

10.110 
1.825 
2,504 
620 
2.084 
2.793 

30,805 
4.. 343 
4.012 
2,008 
3,478 
4.003 
2.. 595 
2.818 
2.848 
3.182 
2.853 
3.504 
924 
2.430 
0,125 
2.575 
2,120 



154 

1,080 
333 

2,104 

1,320 
002 

1,050 
278 

1.877 
289 
443 

2.075 
319 
450 

2,198 
288 
7.33 
23.978 
5a3 
554 
178 

1,551 
4.53 
283 

4.. 379 
582 
583 
.59<) 
088 

1 . 130 
19.720 
890 
475 
474 
018 
299 
484 
140 
709 
804 

1.102 
284 
708 

1,060 
051 
9.30 

2,380 



(A 

cn 

O 




1.970 
413 

1,281 
302 
802 
974 
170 

2.338 

2*' 

182 

1.195 

108 
1.708 

169 

1.4.30 

35.0.30 

375 

501 

300 
1.717 

304 

93 

3.099 

4.37 

• • • • • • • 

497 
059 
.327 
3.423 
979 
178 
253 
679 

I • • • • * • ■ 

301 
570 

1,0.58 
131 
7-22 
2.33 
809 
440 
591 
376 

2,869 



28 



144 



116 



65 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR igOO- 





President. IMO, 


Goveruor. ISDa, 


Gains and Losses. 






Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Republican. 


Democratic 


















i- 


■ a 


.-s 










^ 


is 


e 
















5 


c 


3 


i 


C 


2 




1T.1-J« 


i:.,;i!«i 


)l.314 


7.401J 


7,814 




7,981 






a.iHT 


J. 4113 


3,0211 


2,(W3 











Mahoning ... 


8.St3H 


7.402 


U,1HII 




























3. ill! 


2,:)60 


3,013 


1,886 


497 


....| 474 .... 


Weigs 


4. 545 


■J.L'37 


3.li<l7 


2,115 


848 










4,4(ili 


















5,127 


a. 425 


4.343 












L',103 


4,143 


1,571 


3,710 












m.ww 


lli.-J3« 


14.481 


12.730 


5.125 




3,500 




Morgtn . .. 


. -i.iisn 


2,188 


2,554 


2,151 












■2.ini:> 
















MuskinKiira .. 


-.3tr. 


Ii,ti67 


li.481l 








2!i 




Noble 






















3,1(15 


1.593 


2,170 


538 




1 .W!l 






a.r,m 


3,-2»4 


3.357 


3,180 














;t,:i(iii 














Pickaway --.. 


:i,m 


4,(i:W 


2.a!l!l 












Pike ,. 

Portage 


















1. 311 


:t.(i.-ji 


3„M» 


2.ti2!i 


771 




i.022 








3,2(Mt 


3.087 


2.!>«(i 














4,!P43 


2,4(i3 


i.ti.'il 














ii,r>si 


4,714 


5,50!l 












:>.m 


S.lKl-, 


5.1157 


4.787 


4IW 




248 






i.im 


4.!I1S 


3,144 


4,117 






708 




Scioio 


:>.-m 


•A. Gift 


i.m 








101 






4.1NM 


!>.\m 


S.DW 


4.8W 


!)I2 






Slielby 


2.W.' 


3.*rr 


2.121 


3,505 


3tll 






Slark 


l;t.l(W 


J0.0.'.1 


|0,T57 


1I,IHH1 












10,(17:; 


«.4ia 


I1,K5I 


4,lli7 


3.221 




4.:i'iii 






7.7-J.1 


3,liMI 


(i.3l7 














ii.ai5 


fi.8lt7 


5,.KH1 


5.280 












3..j(il 


2,484 


3,29fi 


2.3<>n 


2(i5 




!M 




Van Wert , . , . 


4,111 Hi 


3,.»J 


3.73!) 














2.141 


l,(54fi 


a. 055 


1.1107 














2. {175 


3.60n 


2.2!)| 






;W4 




Washington . 


li..'.;;; 


5.3fl!i 










Hi? 






4.J44 




















3,(M!I 


3.102 












Wood 


i.m 


5.7.12 


5,180 


4.0(14 




.... 1.748 1.... 


Wyandol ,,,. 


■>.m 


.1.2t» 


2,1.17 


1.1117 


2t!(t 




Totals .... 


54.1. '118 


474,(W> 


417. im 


3liS,17fi 


12(i.725 


li 1(i7.2n:) -•.711 




120.71fl 


lOH.TOfi 






1->fi.71'i 

















REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE SHOWING GAINS AND LOSSES, VOTE FOR SECRETARY OF 
STATE, 1900, COMPARED WITH VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, 1899. 





Sccrttarr of Slate, 

mo. 


Go7cra 


ar, 1899. 


Cains a. 


d Losses. 






Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Repub- 
lican. 


Demo- 
cratic. 


Republican. 




Counties. 






















» 














ui" 


kI 


"J 


H 














ll 


So 

1 




i 


1 


•1 
O 


J 


Adams .... 


3.54!) 


3, tea 


3,381 


3,197 


168 






28 


Alien 


5.^71 


6.537 


3,595 


1,564 


1,676 


::: 


■"■i;973' 




Ashland ... 


■J, 639 


3.400 


2,308 


2,986 


331 




414 





Ashtabula . 


!i.L'54 


3.417 


7,108 


2,1.57 


2,146 








.\ihcns 


ts.<m 


2,524 


4,806 


2,327 


1,390 




'297 




Auglaiie ... 


•i.mi 


4.813 


2,293 


4,010 


5tH 




803 




Bclnionl ... 


8. -201 


(i.259 


6.567 


5.277 


1,634 




982 




Brown 


2,mi 


4.401 


•2,713 


4.327 


271 




174 




Bmler 


5.1)03 


8.896 


■ 4,148 


6,542 


1.845 




2,354 




Carrol] 


2.661 


1.721 


2,379 


1.698 


282 




23 






4.3U0 


3,188 


3,863 


3.010 


437 




178 




Clark ...... 


8.786 


B.231 


6,131 


5,048 


2,655 




1.183 




Clf niionl . . 


3,984 


4,245 


3,671 


4,388 


313 






iia 


Clinion ... 


4,14(1 


2.392 


3,ti!13 


2,286 


447 




ioe' 




Columbiana 


lO.i-iG 


5.977 


8,057 


4,229 


2,169 




1.74S 




Coshocton . 


.^.582 


3.950 


3.304 


3,771 


278 




179 




Crawford ., 


3,145 


5.968 


3,417 


4,538 


728 




1.430 




Cuyahoga . 


45.859 


41. MO 


21,321 


7,410 


24,538 




34.330 


:::: 


Darke .... 


4,832 


fi,(K)l 


4,251 


5,6-28 


!jS1 




373 


.... 


DcRance . . . 


■i.em 


3,765 


2,130 


3.205 


550 




5tW i.... 


Delaware .. 


3,775 


3.329 


3,587 


3.031 


188 




398 1.... 


Erie 


5,35fi 


4,833 


3,802 


3.120 


1,3.54 




1.713 .... 


Fairfield ... 


3.7*2 


5,435 


3,285 


5,1*7 


437 




368 .... 


Fayetie .... 


3.375 


2.429 


3,Ofl7 


2, Mo 


278 




84 I.... 


Franklin . . . 


^2.181 


19,8.M 


17.858 


16.110 


4,333 




3.748 ;.... 


Fulton .... 


3.452 


2,2.57 


3,875 


1.825 


577 




432 1.... 


Gallia 


4,157 


■i,3n3 


3,576 


3.504 


.Wl 




11] 


Geauga 


2,816 


1,106 


2,226 


620 


590 




486 ].... 




5.078 


2,713 


4.412 


3,084 


666 




629 '.... 


Guernsey .. 


4,997 


3.130 


3,878 


2.793 


1.11!) 




337 


.... 


Hamilton . . 


55,299 


40,146 


35,740 


36.805 


■ 19,5.59 




3.341 


.... 


Hancock . . 


5,-559 


5.314 


4,669 


4.343 


890 




!I71 




Hardin .... 


4.382 


4.207 


3,914 


4.012 


468 




19.5 




Harrison .. 


3,264 


2.277 


2,800 


2. '108 


464 




269 




Henry 


2,onr 


4,166 


3,o<in 


3.478 


(!03 




688 




Highland .. 


4,079 


3. 937 


3,779 


4.003 


300 








HoclcinB ... 


2,91B 


2,898 


2,43!> 


2.. 595 


477 




303' 




Holmes .., 


I,-.>66 


3,393 


1.123 


2.818 


143 




575 




luron 


4.!te3 


3,901 


4.324 


2.848 


759 




1.053 




ackson . . . 


4,920 


3.310 


4,068 


3,182 


9.V2 




128 




efferson . . 


G.361 


3.685 


5.368 


2.8.53 


im 




8-32 




tnoK 


4,fi04 


8.793 


3.737 


3.5a4 






229 




-ake 


3.928 


1.72!1 


3.221 


924 


707 




805 






5.498 


2. 87 1 


4.439 


2.430 


1.0.59 


::: 


441 ].... 


jcking ..;: 


5.849 


6.722 


5.203 


6.125 


646 




.597 .... 


:.08an*^^.... 


4.808 


2.941 


3.87G 


2.575 


932 




366 I.,. 


.orain 


8.429 


4.980 


0,111 


2,120 


2,318 




2,86(» 


.... 



ELECTION' STATISTICS FOR IQOO- 



Caiiia and Losses. 



'i3 



=^1 



Madison"!'. 
Mahoning . 

Medina '.'.'.'. 
Meigs 

ih^i :'.'.'.'. 

Monroe ... 



Oitawa 

Paulding • • . 

Perry 

Pickaway ... 
Pike 

Preble ..... 

Putnam 

Richland . , . 

Ross 

Sandusky . ■ - 



4,m\ 

2,011 

0.300 



3.r.!H 

4.171 

s.itwi 

■2. -MS 

i.mh 

5.404 

5,4r)fi 

4,003 
5.748 

4,0ttl 



Trumhull . , . 
Tu-iicarawas . 

Van Wert '. '. '. 
Vinton 

Washington 

"Williams*!" 

Wood 

"Wyandot .... 

Totals .. 54.1,38!) 

N« Gain! lifi.JW 



4.I39 
1C,3IJ 
:;,l8fi 



-M70 
■i,W-' 
3.-J87' 
3.5!>.'i 

4.a^"^ 
i.aw 

-l.tHO 

3,198 
1,030 
0,.'HIW 
5,0,jO 
4.910 
3.035 
i>,9u0 
3.838 
10,710 
8.404 
3,678 
6,858 
'i.481 



5,425 

1.571 
14,481 
■'.oTA 



a. 144 

4.685 
3.0!13 



2.a55 

3,00n 
5.253 
3.800 
3.1C2 
5.180 
2.137 



3,612 
1,886 

2.11,5 
3.087 
4.343 
3.710 
12,730 
2.151 
2.082 
6,038 



3.180 

3,502 
3,031 

l,!)8d 



4,117 
3.4.38 

4.800 



7,780 , 
177 . 
2,701 



474.078 417.190 
105.002 



3.169 
1.3!il 

1.0.W 



12fi,lP5 
12iJ,ino . 



106.472 
105.002 



o[2 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CONGRESSIONAL VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-SEVENTH CON' 
GRESS'AT THE ELECTION HEtD NOVEMBER 6» 1900. 

First Congressionai^ District. 



b 


Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. , 


Proh. 


Peo. 


S D. 


County. 


William B. 
Shattuc. 


John B. 
Peaslee. 


Jacob E. 
Reed. 


John 
Robertson. 


Thomas T. 
Markland. 

* • 

• 


John 

Jones. 


Hamilton (part of) 


26,434 


18.430 


68 


1 

137 


6 


377 


Plurality 


>8,004 












• 













Second Congressional District. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U.R. 


Proh. 


Peo. 


S. D. 


County. 


Jacob H. 
Bromwell. 


Henry 
Ketter. 


John B. 
Tekulve. 


E. P. 
Tingley. 


John P. E. 
Nagel. 


Walter E. 
RicbAi-ds. 


Hamilton (part of) 


28,029 


22.859 


64 


136 


4 


•q4i> 


Plurality 


5,170 






' 



















Third Congressional District. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. 


Peo. 


S. D. 


S L. 


Counties. 


Robert M. 

Nevin. 


Ulysses F. 
Bickley. 


H. A. 
Thompson. 


J. M. 

Becker. 


Edwin L. 
Rogers. 


bb 

o 

aX 


Butler 


6 . 356 

18,077 

3.540 


8,601 

16,013 

3.214 


84 

70 

' 32 


o' 

1 


36 

343 

2 


103 


Montcroniery 


70 


Preble 








Totals 


28.882 
151 


28.728 


186 


10 


381 


173 


Plurality 

















^ ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQOa 



213 



Fourth Congressionai* District. 



Allen .. 
Auglaize 
Darke . . 
Mercer . 
Shelby . 



Totals . . 
Plurality 



2.8(>8 

4.801 

.2J)05 

2,480 



17,327 











• 


Counties. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


• 


0^ 


. 

a 
o 

^3 






O'C 


u 


« 




1^ 


• 


» 




u 


PlJ 



(J.fiOJ 
4,JW 

«].05<; 

4,45(; 
3,851 



25,870 
8,543 



Fifth Congrbssional District. 



Counties. 




Dem. 



cr> 



©CO 



Defiance 2.796 

Henry 2,622 

Paulding 3,499 

Putnam 2,821 

Van Wert I 3,998 

Williams • ! 3,440 



I. 



Totals . . 
Plurality 



'^n 



19,176 



3,700 
4.162 
3,396 
4.H6 
3,609 
3,071 



22.884 
3,708 



Brown . 
Clermont 
Clinton . 
Creene . 
< Highland 
Warren . 



Sixth Congrbssionai« District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 



C)tg 



2,991 
4,025 
4.183 
5,084 
4.063 
4,264 



Dem. 






4.396 
4,219 
2.383 
2,723 
3.974 
2.71i 



U. R. 



CD 



36 
105 
39 
46 
92 
53 



Totals \±\ ,(U(\ \ 1<\ A<N"v \ 

Plurality '. \ \ ;>Mi \ \, 



TTvV 



214 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Se\'Enth Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Dem. 


PQ 


^ ^ 


2 V 


h 3 


i"^ 


09 4iJ 


iw 


|h 


H 


M 



U. R. 



^ 08 
08 2 



Clark 

Fayette 

Madison 

Miami 

Pickaway . . 

Totals . . 
Plurality 



8,787 
3,372 
3,202 
6,24() 
3,211 



0.275 
2,432 
2,491 
5,089 
4.039 




81 
38. 
13 
7T 

5a 



EiOfiTH Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Dem. 


p^-g 


• 


ii 


2 p:. 


;S rt 


•.=: ci 


-^ 


.•sou 


^ 


^ 



r. R. 






Champaign 
Delaware . 
Hancock . . 
Hardin . . . 

Logan 

Union 



Totals . . . 
Plurality^ 



4.334 


3,180 


3.805 


3.351 


5,366 


5,560 


4,411 


4,202 


4,818 


2.953 


3.553 


2,502 


26,287 


21,748 


i 4.539 




1 





31 

49* 
79' 

ea 

39* 



32L 



Ninth Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Fulton . . . . . 

Lucas 

Ottawa 

Wood 

Totals . 
Plurality 




Dem. 


s. D. 


^2 


9J 
< C8 


i^•c 


„o 


V y 


*« 




o 


^ 


f-^ 

>"^ 




29.544 26.697 
I 2.847 



97tl. 

3. 

52- 



1.037 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR igoa 



215 



Tenth Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 



8 

Si ^* 
a® 



Dem. 






Adams 

•Gallia 

Jackson 

Lawrence . . 

Pike 

Scioto 

Totals .. 
Plurality 



3,560 
4,155 
4,926 
5,489 
2.341 
5.764 



26,244 

8.875 



3,im 

2,398 
3.327 
2,880 
1.963 
3,635 



17,369 



Eleventh Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Dem. 


X 


»' 


barles 
rosven 


bomas 
Craig. 


ao 


H 



U. R. 



a 



Athens 

Hocking 

Meigs 

Perry 

Ross 

Vinton 

ToUls . . 
Plurality 



6,054 


2,589 


2,883 


2.925 


4,461 


2,289 


4,165 


3,63<5 


5,472 


5.060 


2,119 


1,675 


25.154 


18,174 


6.980 







75 
49 
22 
42 
19 



212 



Twelfth Congressional District. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. 


Proh. 


S. L. 


^ Counties. 


• 

Emmett 
Tompkins. 


John J. 
Lentz. 


George F. 
Ebner. • 


John S. 
Wilkins. 


Charles C. 
Pomeroy. 


Fairfield 


3.725 
21,980 


5.463 
20,224 


42 
114 


79 
270 




Franklin 


() 


• 




Totals 


25,705 
18 


25,687 


156 


349 


<; 


Plurality 















:216 



REPORT OF SECRR-^ARY OF STATE. 



Thirtkknth Congressional District. 



Connties. 



Rep. 



.-J 

C3 



Crawford ; 3. 124 

£rie 1 5,01t) 

Marion 8 , 757 

Sandusky , 3,080 



Seneca 
Wyandot 



Totals . . 
Plurality 



4.7<m 
2,. 38;^ 



23,0t»2 



Deui. 



c 

03 



5.905 
5,213 
4,163 
4,95(> 
0,069 
3,276 



29,672 
6,610 



r. R. 



a 

o 



a 



a 

u 
CO 



14 




36 
26 
43 


i 

1 


119 


2 



Fourteenth Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Ashland 
Huron . 
Xnox . . 
lx>rain . 
Morrow 
Richland 



Totals . 
Plurality 



28,021 
2.774 



Dem. 




2,643 


3.420 


5,012 


3. IKK) 


3,988 


3.845 


8,132 


5.337 


2,620 


2.300 


5,626 


6.445 



25.247 



Fifteenth Congressional District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Dem. 


r. R. 




• 






o 


(/] 




o 

> 


8 




^ 


^ 


t: s o 

' r. * 


•^i 


«•£ 


1 ^^^ 

! *** 

1 






4 . 585 


3.«)I!> 




' 2,546 


2.301 


44 


7.108 


7 . 0.53 




2.540 


2.351 


• ••■■■•■ 


1 5,844 


6,134 




22,623 


21,458 


44 


i 1.165 







Guernsey . . . 

Morgan 

Muskingum . 

Noble 

Washington 

Totals . . 
Plurality 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQCa 



217 



Sixteenth Congressionai, District. 



Counties. 




Dem. 



s 

ed 
o£ 

(0 174 



Belmont i 8.101 

Carroll | 2,676 

Harrison 1 3,284 

Jefferson I 6,588 

Monroe 1 2 ,099 



Totals . . . 
Plurality 



22.838 
4.912 



\ 



6,328 
1,728 
2,261 
3,476 
4,133 



17.926 



Seventeenth Congressionai« District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 



(A 

s 

4) od 

bOT3 



O 
4> 

o 



Dem. 



be 

I C 3 08 
I o 



r. R. 



§1 



bo 

a 



Coshocton 
Holmes . . . 
Licking . . . 
• Tuscarawas 
Wayne 



Totals . . 
Plurality 



3,474 
1,362 
5,847 
6.355 
4,245 



21,283 



4,115 
3,303 
6,735 
6,874 
5.248 



26.275 
4.W2 



35 
15 
29 
91 
47 



217 



24 



24 



Eighteenth Con(;ressional District. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. 

- 


Proli. 


S. L. 


Counties. 


Robert W. 
Tayler. 


John H. 
Morris. 


Alvin C. 
Van Dyke. 


Charles P. 
Bough. 


Henr>- O. 
Bucklin. 



Columbiarta : 10,065 

Mahoning 1 8,*551 

Stark I 12.863 



6.148 

7.919 

10,959 ! 



Totals I 31 ,479 ' 25.026 

Plurality I 6,453 i 



43 
31 



138 



506 
149 
254 



909 



39 
17 

87 



143 



t>18 



REPOKT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Nineteenth Congressionai* District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Dem. 


• 


Kg 


2V^ 


£J 


ka 


u Cd 


Cd 


08 JZ 


U 


U^ 



U. R. 



.1 

cd 



Ashtabula .. . 

Geauga 

Portage 

Summit . . . . 
Trumbull ... 

Totals . . 

Plurality 




1.122 
3.696 
8.4:34 
3.676 



20.351 



Twentieth Congressionai, District. 



83 
16 
25 
39 
64 



227 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. 


S. L. 


S. D. 


I. R. 


I. R. 


Counties. 


Jacob A. 
Beidler. 


• 

H. B. 
Harrington. 


John CHar- 
denbcrgh. 


John 
Kircher. 


Thomas H. 
Madden. 


William B. 
Gould. 


Fremont O. 
Phillips. 


Cuyahoga (part oQ . . 
Lake 


17,707 
2,802 
2.26T 


18,165 
1,631 
2,291 


129 

6 

29 


338 
3 
3 


28 


27 

n 
i 

5 


1,300 
1.298 


Medina 


1,375 






Totals 


22,776 
689 


22,087 


164 


344 


405 


1 39 


3.973 


Plurality 




L 











Twenty-First Congressionai« District. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


U. R. 


Proh. 


S. L. 


S. D. 


County. 


> Theodore 
R. Burton. 


Sylvester V. 
McMahon. 


George H. 

Lyttle. 


Albert L. 
Talcott. 


Paul 

* Dinger. 


Max S. 
Hayes. 


Cuvaho(?a (oart of) 


• 

28.605 
6.65.^ 


21,947 


145 


1 

328 


344 1 579 


Plurality 


1 
! 1 . 








1 ' 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9OO. 



219 



VOTE AND PLURALITIES OF JUDGES OF THE CIRCLTT COURTS AT THE 

ELECTION HELD NOVEMBER 6, 1900. 

First Judicial Circuit. 



Counties. 



Rep. 



.2ii 



Dem. 



E 



S. D. 






Butler 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Hamilton . . . 
Warren — 

Totals .. 
Plurality 



4^153. 
55,741 
4,ai>l 



8,097 

4,178 

2,3JH 

39.8<)7 



I 



74,493 
16.691 



57.802 



1,04<> 



l.«HO. 



Second Judicial Circuit. 



Counties. 



Champaign — . 

v^iarK • 

Darke 

Fayette 

Franklin ^ • 

Greene 

Madison • • 

Miami 

Montgomery 

Preble 

Shelby 

Totals 

Plurality • 




4,304 
H.Sll 
4,841 
3,372 

22.209 
5.080 
3.201 
0.208 

19.391 
3.5,51 
2.4^5 



a3,4.33 
11.635 



3.2o:i 
6,247 
6,01(1 

2,43<» 
19.920. 

2.720 
2,495. 
5.124 
16.58.'i 
3.205 
3.859 



71.79S 



220 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Third Judiciai. Circuit. 



Counties. 



Allen ... 

Auglaize 

Crawford 

Defiance 

Hancock 

Hardin . 




•> 
3 



I 



Henry . . . 
Logan . . . 
Marion . . 
Mercer .. . 
Paulding . 
Putnam . . 
Seneca . . . 
Union . . . 
Van Wert 
Wyandot 



3 
2 

3 



3 
4 



.3i;i 

,J)10 
AoS 
,ti91) 
.578 
,418 
,(U4 
.817 

.056 
,589 
,845 
.03(> 
. 533 
.<X)G 
,300 



Totals ! 5S.775 



Plurality 



Fourth Judiciai, Circuit. 



Counties. 



Adams ; ;j 

Athens 

Brown 

Gallia 



(i 



Highland 
Hocking 
Jackson . 
Lawrence 
Meics . . . 



Pickaway 
Pike .... 

Ross 

Scioto . . 
Vinton . . 



3 



Washington ' <; 



,561 
,000 
.085 
.160 
.074 
.018 
.034 
.502 
.532 
,205 
.341 
,465 
. i •) < 
.133 
.530 



Totals ' <;4 

I 

Plurality ' 14 



Dem. 






6,487 
4.805 
5.967 
3,780 
5,340 
4,209 
4,176 
2,951 
4,158 
4.412 
3.305 
4.JT29 
5,029 
2,516 
3.605 
3,275 



69,844 
11,069 




4 
2 

3 
9 

3 
2 

2 

4 
1 
5 
3 
1 



,169 
,526 
.400 
.397 
,962 
.904 
.313 
.870 
,229 
.043 
.1H51 
,066 
,640 
,653 
.411 



.'►07 j 40.544 



ectiox statistics for i90& 
Fifth Judicial Circuit. 



CottHtica. 


Rep. 


Deui. 

1- 




3.5:s 

3.799 
3,72a 

i.m 
2:612 

2.eV2 

7.m 

3.870 
.'1.471 
13,078 
e.:t53 
4.24.% 
































Mor^w ■:!■■■■:■:!::'"■■:■:::■■: :"": 












Richland 












Wayne 








Totals 


70.5ft! 






4.3U 







Sixth Jviuciai. Ci 





Short 


Terni. 


Kejfiilar Term. 


Counties. 


R.p. 


I)cm. 

-J 

a 3 
a 


R.P. 


Deiii. 

r 






4.SW 
-.i.-JTl 
3,8'Jfi 
l.'..4J!> 
3.1ii:[ 
6,04). 
3,118:; 
5.7,V,' 








3, I.M 
.5.003 
17.14.1 
■J.l:i7 
:i.ii|J 
3.4i;-.' 
7.11H 




Huron 


.-.,006 1 3,899 
17,i;t4 15.408 


Lucas 


Sandusky 


S.'Jll i 5,038 


Wood 


T.l(i,=l 1 .-..754 




47,(iiti 
i.wr. 


43..>lifi 






'. 









ooo 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Seventh Judiciai* Circuit. 



Rep. 



Counties. 



^3 



Ashtabula . 
Belmont . . 

Carroll 

Columbiana 
Geauga — 
Guernsey .. . 
Harrison .. . 
Jefferson . . . 

Lake 

Mahoning .. 

?fIonroe 

Noble 

Portage . . . 
Trumbull . . 



0.270 
8.225 
2,671 
10,255 
2.820 
5.022 
3.286 
6,489 
3,949 
9,022 
2,117 
2,70o 
4.333 
7,725 



Totals I 77,895 



a 
•»* 

u 

V 

•4-t 

CO 



2 



Eighth Judicial Circuit. 



Rep. 



Counties. 






Deni. 



0) 

< 



S. L. 



o 



Cuyahoga i 46 . 154 

Lorain 8 . 452 

Medina , I 8.508 

Summit 10 , 105 

Totals ; OS, 219 , 

I 

Plurality - ' lO.S^OO ' 



41,596 


700 


4,984 


10 


2.359 


4 


8.420 


12 


57 , 359 


726 



ELECTION ST.\TISTICS FOR I9OO. 



223 



VOTE FOR AND PLURALITIES OF MEMBERS QP THE DECENNIAL 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION — 1900. 

First District. 





Rep. 


Rep. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Dem. 


Dem. 


County. 


Frederick 
J. Diem. 


Jeremiah G. 
Taylor. 


Henry 
Oskamp. 


Peter 

Brooks. 


Edward C. 
Coppin. 


John \V. 
Harper. 


Hamilton 


55,532 


55,395 


55.429 


40,114 


40.215 


40.195 






Pluralities 


15,317 


15,180 


15,214 

















Second-Fourth District. 





Rep. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Dem. 


r. R. 


Counties. 


a 

a 

S 


• 

• 


• 

1 


M 


1- 


• 

u 
(J 

9* 



•-> 


> 
Second — 
Butler 


5.990 
4,253 

2.977 
3.J»8« 


5.979 
4,233 

2.977 
3,971 


8,909 
2,095 

4.412 
4,248 


8,870 
2,725 

4.409 
4.259 


] 


Warren 


• 


Fourth — 

Brown 

Clermont 




Totals 


17.206 


17.100 


20.2^)4 


20.2^>9 


1 


1 




Pluralities ' 






3,or.8 


3.0<)3 











Third District. 



Totals ; 23.<M0 19.078 



Plurality i 3.308 





Counties. 


Rep. 

|5 


Dem. 


r. R. 




Eby C. 
Eikenberry. 


Joel 

Stewart. 


Montgomery .... 




• 

19.491 

i> »• » » 

O.O.K) 


10.409 
3.209 




Preble 


1 



224 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Fifth-Sixth District. 






. 




Rep. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Dem. 


Counties. 


W. H. 

Walker. 


Joshua 
Barnett. 


Oscar E. 
Bradfute. 


William H. 
Sheeley. 


Fifth 1 
Clinton 


4,152 
3,300 

5,078 

3,803 
5,409 


4,15.3 
3,300 
5,084 

3,904 
5,409 


2.392 
2.434 
2.722 

4.170 
5.003 


2,:380 


Payette 


2.439 


Greene 


2,718 


Sixth — 
Hifirhland 


3.979 


Ross 


5.056 






Totals 


21.928 


22,030 


10.781 


10,578 






Pluralities 


5,147 


5,255 













Seventh District. 





Counties. 


Rep. 


Dem. 




James 
Skelton. 


William J. 
Wash am. 


Adams 


3.502 
4.799 


3,170 


Jackson 


3,446 



Pike 
Scioto 



2,330 ; 

5,781 \ 



1,974 
3.012 



Totals 10.472 



Plurality 



I 4.270 



12.202 



Eighth District. 



* 


Counties. 


Rep. 


Dem. 




John C. 
Snyder. 


William A. 
Campbell. 


Gallia 


4,100 
5.404 
4,531 
2.134 


2 395 


Lawrence 


2 . 908 


Meiers 


2 233 


Vinton 


1.053 








Totals 


10.289 


9 189 








Plurality 


7.100 





ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9OO. 



225 



Ninth-Fourteenth District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 






Deui. 



.2 bo 
s a 



Ninth — 

Athens , 

Fairfield 

Hocking 

Fourteenth — 

Monroe (part of) 

Morgan 

Noble (part of) 

Washington 

Totals 

Phirality 

Tenth District. 



6,103 
3,723 
2,906 

68 
2,629 
1,218 
6,515 



23,162 



3,462 



2,536 
5,456 
2,915 

163 
2,191 
1,012 
5,427 



19,700 



Counties. 



• Rep. 


Prank A. 
Cbenoweth. 



Dem. 



50 fl 



Franklin 

Pickaway 

Totals 

Plurality 

Ei^eventh District. 




19,877 
4,028 

23,905 



Counties. 



Rep. 



< be 



Champaign . 

Clark 

Madison 

Totals . . 

Plurality 



4,302 

8,798 
3,207 



16,307 



4,346 



Dem. 



a 
o 



3,207 
6,266 
2,488 



11,961 



15 S S 



226 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Twelfth District. 





Counties. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


• 


A.B. C. 
Hitchcock. 


t 

o 

5 


Darke 


1 


4,841 
6,210 
2,504 


6,013 


Aiiatni . ... 


5,122 


Shelby 


• 


3.822 




» 




Totals 


13,555 


14,957 








Plurality 




1,402 









Thirteenth District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


• 

CO a 

4) 

P 



Dem. 



'~ a 
^ o 




>> 



Hardin 
Logan 
Marion 
Union < 



Totals ,. 
Plurality 




4,215 
2,962 
4,160 
2.494 



13,831 



Fifteenth-Sixteenth District. 



Counties. 




Dem. 



•a 

•a 

00 ^ 



Fifteenth — 
Muskingum 
Perry 

Sixteenth — 
Delaware . 
Licking . . . 



Totals 



Plurality 



7,361 
4,177 

3,753 

5,878 




6,714 
3,618 

3,395 

6,708 



20,435 



ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQOa 



227 



Sbvkntebnth-Twenty-Eighth District. 



m 


Rep. 


Dem. 




Counties. 




Michael 
Booth. 


a 

•c 


Seventeenth — 
Knox 


2 


3,831 
2,288 

3.400 
5,296 




Morrow 




Twenty-eighth — 
Holmes 






Wayne 




2 






« 


Totals 


2 


14,815 


2 







KiGHTEENTH-NlNETKENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Rep. 

« 


Rep. 


Dem. 


bb 


• 


• 

1^ 


a 


< Q 




m D. 
unni 


bert 
rgus 


orge 
Cra 


'^U 


JV 


4) 


o ^^ 


pjtx« 


o 



Dem. 



it 



u 



Eighteenth — 

Coshocton 

Tuscarawas 

Nineteenth — 
Guernsey 

Monroe (part of) 

Noble (part of). 



Totals 



Pluralities 



3,592 
6,366 

5,012 
2,043 
1,101 



18,114 



3,593 
6,344 

5.005 
2,061 
1,098 



18.101 



I 



3,955 
6,868 

3.136 

3,957 

962 



18,878 



764 



3.947 
6,862 

3,131 

3,950 

965 



18,855 



741 



TWENTIETH-TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 





Rep. 


Dem. 


Proh. 


1 

Counties. 


Charles 
McKinney. 


W. N. Gil- 
more. 


J. C Mc- 
clain. 


Twentieth — 

Belmont 


8,203 
3,281 

10,229 
6,464 


6,263 
2,266 

5,978 
3,568 


226 


, Harrison 


52 


Twenty-second — 
Columbiana 


518 


TeflFerson 


263 






Totals 


28,177 


18,075 


1.059 






Plurality 


10 102 










k 



22d 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

t 

Twenty-first District. 





• 

Counties. 

• 


Rep. 


Dem. 




William B. 
Crawford. 


Hugh 
Bleakley. 


Carroll 


j' 


2,681 
13,082 


1,722 


Stark - 


10,748 








Totals .... 


15,763 


12.470' 








Plurality 


3,293 









Twenty-third District. 





Counties. 


Rep. 


• 

• 


North 
Newton. 


Mahoninc 


- 


9, oar 


Trumbull 1 


7,725. 








Total 


16,7(J2' 







Twenty- FouRTH-T WENT y-Sixth District. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Turhand 
G. Hart. 




Dem.. 



0) 

6oPQ 
o 

O 



Twenty-fourth — 

Ashtabula 

Geauga 

Lake 

Twenty-sixth — 

Portage 

Summit 

Totals 

Plurality 



3,41B 
1,117 
1,782' 

3,662- 
8,46L 



18,44ft* 



ELECTION STATISTICS FpR igOO- 



229 



TwBNTY-FiPTH District. 





Rep. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Dem. 


Proh. 


Proh. 


S. L. 


S.L. 


S.D. 


S.D. 


Connty. 

1 


Theodore 
M. Bates. 


Geo. 

Stuart 


.ti 

r 


John J. 

Nunn. 


Ordello 
L. Doty. 


Richard 
Coulton. 


James 
Matthews. 


August 
Mencke. 


Erwin 

Etzal. 


Nicolas 
Geigcr. 


^Cuyahoga .... 


45,603 


45,279 


41,548 


41,988 


610 


588 


696 


689 


977 


967 


Pluralities 


3,615 


3,291 






























- 







TWBNTY-SSVENTH-TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 




Dem. 






CO 



Twenty-seventh 

Lorain 

•Medina 

Twenty-ninth — 

Ashland 

Richland 

Totals 

Plurality ... 



20,038 
2.686 



4.984 
2,350 

3,406 
6,606 



17,352 



Thirtieth District. 



Counties. 




Dem. 



d 



Erie 

Huron . ..- 

v^iiawa « . • .-.-.•.•. . 
iSandusky 



Totals 



Plurality 



5,338 
5,003 
2 112 
3,879 




4,874 
3,906 
3,200 
5.071 



17,051 
719 



report of secretary of state, 
Thirty-first District. 







Dsm. 




Counties. 


|i 
















15,257 





Counties. 


Dem. 




6.566 














3,311 






3,081 

an, 015 







Thirtv-Third District. 










Rep. 


Rep. 


Dem. 


De™. 


Counties. 


f 


.1 


SI 

< 


I^a 


Fultt n 


3,447 
5,580 
2.611 
17. m 
2,822 
7,142 


3,446 

5.568 
2,612 
17.111 
2,813 
7,106 


2,27a 
5.336 
4.174 
15,444 
4.94-2 
5,T54 


■'266. 




5,339 






15.366 














36,722 
793 


38.656 
727 


37,329 


37,893- 











ELECTION STATISTICS FOR IQOa 



281 



VOTE AND PLURALITIES OF COMMON PLEAS JUDGES AT THE ELEC- 
TION HELD NOVEMBER 6, 1900. 

Sbcond Common Pleas District — Sbcond Subdivision (Short Term). 



Countiet. 



Champaign . 

Qark 

Darke 

Miami 

Preble 

Totals . 

Plurality 



Short Term. 



Rep. 



.•2 11 



4,302 
8,767 
4,840 
6,209 
3,549 



27,667 
3,845 



Dem. 



hi 



3,203 
6,286 
6,009 
5,123 
3,201 



23,822 



Second Common Pleas District— Third Subdivision. 



Counties. 



Rep. 



« CO 

U 



Dem. 



I 



o 



Clinton 

Greene 

Montgomery 
Warren 

Totals . 

Plurality 



4,150 

5,08i) 

19.458 

4,297 



32.994 
8,479 



2,394 

2,722 

16,725 

2,674 



24,515 



282 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Fourth Common Plbas District— First Subdivision. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


Horace S. 
Buckland. 



Dem. 



eg 

^^ 

o 



Erie .1 

Huron 

Lucas 

Ottawa 

Sandusky . . 

Totals . 

Plurality 




4.862 
3,906 
15,475 
3.461 
5,041 

32,745 



Fourth Common Pleas District— Second SuBDrv'isioN. 



Counties. 



Lorain 

Medina 

Summit 

Totals ... 

Pluralities 



3,453 
3.503 
9,920 



21,876 
5,927 



Rep. 


Rep. 


• 

Dem. 


u 


• 

c 


f^* 


Jacob A. 
Kohl 


George 
Hayd 


Charles 
Grant 



8,455 

3,515 

10,008 



21,978 
6,029 



4,984 
2,3.58 
8,607 



15,949 



Dem. 






4.980 
2,345 
8 467 



15.792 



Seventh Common Pi«eas District — First Subdivision. 





Rep. 


Dem. 




Counties. 


Charles W. 
McCleery. 


John G. 
Reeves. 


be 



•c 


Fairfield 


3,741 
2,917 
4.162 


5,443 
2.905 
3,631 


2 


Hocking 




Perry 








Totals 


10,820 


11,070 
1 . 150 


2 


Plurality 











ELECTION STATISTICS FOR I9OO. 



233 



Ninth Common Pleas District — First Subdivision. 



Counties. 



Carroll | 2 , 623 

Columbiana 10,251 

.Stark 




Totals . . 
Plurality 



12.924 



25.798 
7.133 



1.737 

5.981 

10.947 



18.665 



Ninth Common Pleas District— Third Subdivision. 



Counties. 



Rep. 


James P. 
Cadwell. 



Ashtabula 9,282 

'Geauga *^ 

Lake 



Totals .. 
Plurality 




Dem. 



bo 

a 



3.400 
1 . 124 
1.729 



6.253 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



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NUMBER OF TOWNSHIPS ACCORDING TO CENSUS OF 1900, AND NU.MHI'R 
OF VOTING PRECINCTS ACCORDING TO ELECTION RETURNS Ol' l.i .0 
BY COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



■ 

Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Ooshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield. 

Fayet-te 

Franklin 

Pulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson , 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

I^awrence.: 



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21 


14 


32 


15 


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2« 


40 


14 


28 


14 


24 


16 


51 


16 


18 


13 


50 


14 


18 


12 


24 


10 


37 


14 


28 


13 


20 


18 


52 


22 


25 


16 


31 


20 


217 


20 


32 


12 


21 


18 


27 


11 


23 


14 


26 


11 


17 


19 


126 


12 


16 


15 


24 


16 


16 


12 


24 


19 


28 


16 


273 


18 


37 


15 


28 


15 


21 


13 


21 


17 


24 


11 


24 


14 


17 


19 


31 


12 


26 


14 


41 


22 


30 


8 


16 


14 


25 




Ucking .... 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding.... 

Perry 

Pickaway . . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland.... 

Ross 

Sandusky . . . 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull .. 
Tuscarawas. . 

Union 

Van Wert . . . 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals. 



26 
18 
21 
14 
14 
15 
15 
18 
12 
14 
12 
18 
14 
14 
16 
26 
15 
12 
12 
14 
15 
14 
21 
12 
15 
18 
16 
12 
16 
15 
14 
17 
17 
25 
22 
14 
12 
12 
11 
22 
16 
12 
20 
13 



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24 
88 

113 
22 
46 
28 
20 
27 
21 
33 
21 

106 
16 
22 
45 
22 
18 
23 
•25 
22 
15 
26 
21 
'24 
33 
29 
•26 
•29 
31 
'23 
8:J 
58 
44 
39 
23 
•24 
15 
19 
39 
34 
21 
40 
20 



8,181 



442 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 

FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOVEMBER' 16, 1899, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1900, 

INCLUSIVE. 



BANKS, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



Capital 

Stock. 



People's Saving! and lianking Companr.. 
Cygnel SavingB Lank Campany 

NRlional Truit Company 

People's Savings Bank Lompaay 

Unity Banking and Savings Company 

Farmers' and Ciiiiens' Bank Company.... 

Gty Banking Company 

Bank ol Commtrce Company 

Farnifrs' and Mcrchanli' Bank Company.. 
Fort Rccovtry Savings lUnk Cnmpany..., 

Xew-lon FallK Banking Company 

Guatanlct Deposit Company 

Cuordion Savings Hsnh Company 

Akron Trust Company 

Broadway Saving'' Hank Company 

Canton Stale Bank 

'(Guardian Trust and Sale Deposil Co.... 
Kocfcy Biver Savings and Banking Co.... 

Cincinnati Trust Company 

Hank of Welleton •.:.. 

Dime Savings Bank Company 

Ccncscr Savings and Banking Company.. 

Asblabula Savings Hank Company 

Wood Coumy Savings Bank Company... 

Dime Savings Hank and Loan Company.. 

West Side: Dime Saving. Bank Co 

Fannert' and Mechanics' .'Savings Rank 

Company 

Cnion Bank and Savings Company 

Windermere Savings and Banking Co.... 

Grand Bapids Banking Company 

Sylvania Savings Bank Company 



Painesville .... 
Oncinnali .... 

ArlingloQ ..... 

Newlon Falls. 
Cincinnati .... 

Toledo 

Cjnion 

■/.BarsvMt 

Rocky Rive 

Ilamlei 

Cincinnati .... 

WellBion 

Cleveland 

Howling Crcei 

Toledo 

Columbus 

Boseville 

Oeveland 

East Cleveland 
Grand Rapids. 
Sytvania 



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Bankiiii 



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July 




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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



44$ 



BANKS, SAVINGS AND I.OAN ASSOCIATIONS — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 


Location. 


Purpose. 


Filed. 


Capital 

Stock. 


Killbuck Savings Bank Comoany 


Killbuck 

Bradner 

Rossford 

Cincinnati 

<< 

Cleveland 


Banking busi- ( 
ness, etc Sept.27) $25,000 


Bradner Savings Bank CcnnDanv 


Rossford Savings Bank Comoany 


ness, etc ..... Nov. 2 
Bankincr btmi— 


25,00a 


Provident Savings Bank Comoany 


ness, etc 

General banking 
business 

Safe deposit 
business 

Banking busi- 
ness, etc ..... 


" 2 
" 10 
•• 10 
•• 13 


25,000 


^^ovident Trust Comoany 


250,000 


JfMTV Savings Bank Comoany 


250,000 




50,000 


Total Comoanies 38 


Capital .-. 


$4,070,000 







BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



Corporate Name. 

• 


Location. 


Filed. 


Capital 
Stock. 


Home Co-operative Union Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation 


Lima 


1900. 

Jan . 3 
Feb. 10 
April 19 

'^ 27 
May — 

•• 31 
June 18" 
July -30 
Aug. 4 

Sept. 28 
Oot. 6 
Nov. 3 

" 12 


$5,000,000 
1,000,000 


Fidelity Buildins, Loan and Savings Company 

Northern ()hio Buildinir and Loan Comoany 


Columbus 


Cleveland 


5. 000. 000 


Home Savings and Loan Association Company 

Stark County Building and Savings Association 

Union Builainir and I,oan ('omi>anv 


South Brooklyn 

Canton 


200,000 
400.000 


Toledo 


10»),000 


Summit County Building and Savings Company 

Equity Savings and Loan Company 

Mahoning County Building and Savings Company... 
Rushsylvania Building and Loan Company 


Akron 


400,000 . 


Youngstown 

Rushsylvania 

Sorinirfield 


600,000 

400.000 

50.000 


Clark County Building and Savings Company 

South Park ilomc and Savinurs Comoanv 


400,000 


Davton 


1,000,000 


Security Buildintr and Loan Comoanv 


Cleveland 


1.000.000 


Marietta Buildincr and Savinss Comoanv 


Marietta 


400.000 




Caoital 




Total Comoanies 14 


$15,850,000 











CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONS. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



Ladies' Cemetery Association of West Richfield, Ohio 

Mount Zion Park Cemetery Association 

Comer Cemetery Association of Gomcr, Ohio 

Salem Cemetery Association 

Rich Hill Cemetery Association 

Harshman Ccmtcry Association 

8ueen City Benevolent Burial Association of Cincinnati, O. 
oney Creek Valley Cemetery Association 

Greenwood Cemtcry Association 

Ripley Cemetery Association 

Cincinnati Mutual Burial Association 

Lutheran and Reformed Cemetery Association of Thornville, 

Ohio 

Stanwood Cemetery Association 

Maple Wood Cemetery Association 

Honey Creek Cemetery Association 

Zoar Cemetery Association 

Total Associations \Q 



Richfield 



Zimmerman 

Gomcr 

Salem 

Rich Hill 

Harshman 

Cincinnati 

New Carlisle 

Key 

Ripley Church, Ripley 

Tp. . Holmes Co 

Cincinnati 



im). 

Dec. 7 
1900. 

Jan. 9 
12 
20 
10 
27 
27 

Mar. 24 . 

April 28 



Feb. 






Thornville 

Stanwood 

Christie Chapel, Allen 

Co 

One and one-half miles 

north of Christiansburg 
Zoar 



May 

<• 

41 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 




10 

SI 

8 



81 
10 



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444 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CHURCHES AND CHURCH SOCIETIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



FUed. 



Church of God 

German Evangelical Lutheran St. Jacobi Congreg; 
Findlay Street Methodist Protestant Church, of I'c 



Ohio 



ation 

brtsmouth , 



First Presbyterian Church of Crestline. 
McDermott M. E. Church Aid Society. 
Union Congregation of Lick-Chapel — 



Berlin Heights 
Toledo 



Saint Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church 

Slavish Roman Catnolic Knights of Saint George of U. S. 

of A 

•Church of the United Brethren in Christ 

St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Congregation 

Women's* Home and Foreign Missionary Society of the 

First Presbyterian Church of Mansfield, Ohio 

Church of Christ (Disciple) of Coshocton, Ohio 

Pleasant Hill Church of United Brethren in Christ 

Church of Christ I 

Ebenezer Old People's Home of the Evangelical Association' 

Prospect Street Presbyterian Church 1 

Home Mission Board of the German Baptist Brethren I 

Church for Northeastern ( )hio 

Utah (jospcl Mission 

Evangelisch-Lutherische Friendens-Gemeindc * 

Randall tree Baptist Church 

First Independent Church of Cleveland, Ohio 

Board of Trustees for Stryker Society, Church of the United 

Brethren in Christ 

Presbyterian Church of Camba, Ohio 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Springfield, Ohio 

Central Christian Church of Hubbard, Ohio 

Board of Trustees of Wauseon Mission, Church of the 

United Brethren in Christ 

Board of Trustees of .Swan Creek Society, Maumee Mis- 1 

sion, Church of the United Brethren in Christ I 

Church of the United Brethren in Christ I 

I 
Board of Trustees for Enterprise Society of Delta Circuit,! 

Church of tHe United Brethren in Christ | 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, of Youngstown, ()hio 1 

Board of Trustees for Beaver Creek Society of Stryker 

Circuit of the North Ohio Annual Conference. Church 

of the United Brethren in Christ 

Cleveland Christian Science Institute 

First Brethren Church, of Dayton, Ohio 

Brnac Israel's Congregation 

Board of Trustees for Spring Hill Society Wauseon Mission 

of the North Ohio Annual Conference Church of the 

United Brethren in Christ (old constitution) :••;•■• 

Board of Trustees for Bethany Society, Wauseon Mission 

of the North Ohio Annual Conference. Church of the 

United Brethren in Christ (old constitution) 

Board of Trustees for Fountain .Society, Wauseon Mission 

of the North Ohio Annual Conference. Church of the 

United Brethren in Christ (old constitution) 

First I'resby terian Church of Newcomerstown 

German Evangelical Lutheran St. Marcus Church 

Saint Stanislawa Bishop Mancelnik 

Hancock County Camomeeting Association 

Broad Street IJnited Brethren Church 

St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran Church 

Parsonage Board of Wren Charge, Auglaize Conference, 

U. B. Church 

First Congregational Church of Fairport, Ohio 

First Church of Christ ^ ^ 

Board of Church Extension of the Evangelical Association.. 

First Religious Society of Vinton 

United Brethren in Christ, Marion, Ohio 

West High Street United Brethren in Christ Church 

I'resbyterian Cono^regation of New Harrisburg. Ohio 

Main .Street Church of Christ of West l^nit^, Ohio 

First Spiritualist Society of Ashtabula, Ohio 

Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America of 

Hamilton County, Ohio 

St. Clair Avenue Presbyterian Church 

'German Reformed Memorial Church 

American Christian Convention 

Dugan Hill Free Methodist Church 



Portsmouth 

Crestline 

McDermott 

Sec. 22, Washington Tp., 

Defiance Co 

Youngstown 



Cleveland . . . , 
New Madison 
Columbus 



Mansfield 
Coshocton . 

New Paris 
Liberty Tp. 
Flat Rock . 
Ashtabula . 



Union Co. 



Maple Grove , 

Cleveland , 

Richfield Tp., Henry Co. 

Randall 

Cleveland , 



Stryker . . . 
Camba .... 
Springfield 
Hubbard . 



Bethany Church House 

Monclova 

Dry Creek Church, De- 
fiance Co 



Bethel Ridge 
Youngstown 



Stryker . . 
Cleveland 
Dayton . . 
Marietta . 



1390 


. 


Not. 


16 


«4 


IT 


«« 


20 


tt 


20 


«« 


2i 


Dec. 


8 


«4 


11 


tt 


15 


tt 


18 


tt 


21 


l< 


27 


tt 


28 


1900 


■ 


Jan. 


2 


t* 


8 


tt 


9 


tt 


10 


tt 


13 


tt 


19 


tt 


22 


tt 


22 


tt ■ 


24 


tt 


26 


tt 


27 


tt 


29 


tt 


81 


Feb. 


2 


tt 


6 


tt 


6 


tt 


10 


tt 


13 


tt 


21 


Mar. 


6 


Feb. 


10 


Mar. 


12 



Spring Hill 



Franklin Tp., Fulton Co. 



Newcomerstown 
.South Brooklyn 

Youngstown 

Findlay , 

I^ncaster 

North Baltimore 



tt 



tt 



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i( 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 



Van Wert 

Fairport 

Barberton 

Cleveland 

RadcliflFe 

Marion 

Lima 

New Harrisburg 

West Unity 

Ashtabula 



A^ril 



tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 



May 



Cincinnati . 
Columbus 

Toledo 

Davton .... 
.Salem Tp.. 
Co 



Champaign 



tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 

tt 



12 



12 



12 
20 
23 
24 
24 
27 
27 

2 
4 

9 

9 

10 

16 

17 

19 

4 

5 

7 

9 

16 

21 

21 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



44& 



CHURCHES AND CHURCH SOCIETIES — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 




Church of Christ 

Citizens' Evangelization Association 

Mt. Leigh Presbyterian Church 

First Congregational Church of Marblehead, Ohio 

Roman Catholic Order of King St. Steve 

Young Men's Christian Association of Cincinnati 

Trustees of the African Methodist Episcopal Church 

Finnish Independent Evangelical Lutheran People's Church 
in America 

Board of Trustees of Zion Society of Delta Circuit of the 
North Ohio Annual Conference, Church of the United 
Brethren in Christ (old constitution) 



Board of Trustees of Bethel Kjdgc Society of Delta Circuit, 
United Brethren in C'hrist 



of the North Ohio Annual Conference, Church of the 



Evangelical Lutheran Jerusalem Congregation of Colum- 
biana, Ohio 

Christ's Evangelical Lutheran Congregation 

Shearith Jacob Congregation. 

Independent Association of .Spiritualists 

Church of Christ of Shcrwc^od, Ohio 

Kairview Church of I'hrist 

Second Congregational Church of Lorain, Ohio 

Fir«it Maptist C'nurch of Pomcroy 

Evangelical Lutheran Cood Hope Congregation of Arling- 
ton. Ohio 

First Presbyterian Church of llelle Center, Ohio 

Emanuel Ilolinoss .Association 

Christian Church of C'hrist 

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Christ 

Finnish Congregational Church 

German St. Paul Kvangelical Church 

St. Mary's (Ireek Catholic Church 

Church of Christ Extension Society 

Talmud Thorah of Columbus, Ohio 

Riverdalc Methodist Episcopal Church 

Presbyterian Church of lU-llville, Ohio 

Park Presbyterian Church of Dayton, Ohio 

Church of Christ 

Church of Christ (Disciple) 

Presbyterian Church ot Hanovcrt<^m. County of Colum- 
biana, Ohio 

German Evangelical Salem Congregation 

South Church of Christ 

West Union Christian C hurch 

■ 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, in San<iusky. Ohio 

Norwich United Presbyterian Church 



East Liberty 

Toledo 

Seaman 

Marblehead 

Lorain 

Cincinnati . . . 
VVilberforcc . 



Ashtabula 



Fulton l^nion 
Fulton Co . . , 



Church, 



Bethel Kidge 



Columbiana , 

Dayton , 

Cleveland , 

Toledo 

.Slicrwood 

Fairview, Russell P. O. 

Lorain 

Pomeroy 



1000. 

May 29 

31 

June 5- 

8 

8 

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25 

July 2 



la 



10 
18 
24 

•;7 



Arlington . . . 
Helle Center 
Five Points 
Middleport . 
C incinnati . . 
Conncaut ... 
Dennison ... 
Youngstown 
Columbus .. 



Aug. 


.3 


• • 


10 


i< 


23 


<« 


28 


<< 


30 


Sept. 


5- 


t« 


11 



Total Societies 



08 



Dayton 

ncllville 

Dayton 

Lexington ... 
Brink Ilavcn 



Hanoverton 

Cincinnati 

Toledo 

Church House, one mile 

south of Kesslcr 

Sandusky 

Norwich i 



Oct. 



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Nov. 



11 
12 
17 
21 
22 
24 
28 
28 
3 
12 
17 
18 

10 
22 
25 

1 

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12 



COLLF.GES. LIBRARIES AND LITERARY SOCIETIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



f 

r 

Medina I-aw Library Association I Medina 

Wade Park Home School TCleveland" ... 

Ohio Magnetic Institute I Columbus ... 

Ohio Institute of (Osteopathy I " 

Pleasant City Public Library — I neasant City 

Hahnemann Society of the Cleveland Homeopathic Medical I 

College I Cleveland . . . 

Central Mennonite College I Bluffton 



Ohio's Famous School of Magnetic Healing I London . 

Zeta Alnha Epsilon Fraternity I -\kron . . . 

Hippocratean Society of the Columbus Homeopathic Med- 1 

ical College I Cleveland 



1899 


• 


Nov. 


16 


(« 


23 


44 


29 


Dec. 


18 


44 


19 


44 


20 


44 


22 


1900 


• 


Jan. 


22 


44 


23 



*«» 



446 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COLI/EGES, UBRARIES AND UTERARY SOCIETIES — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



Ohio National School of Magnetic Healing 

Conneaut Free Public Library Association 

Syndicate Library Association 

Carnegie College 

West Lafayette College 

National In.stitute of Biological Science 

American Bible University 

St. John's College of Toledo, Ohio 

National Teachers' Union 

Eaton Public Library Association 

Ademic Lyceum Bureau 

Toledo Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Art 

Total 22 



West JeflFcrson 

Conneaut 

Bellcfontaine . . 

Rogers 

West Lafayette 

Dayton 

Fountain Park 

Toledo 

C'olumbus 

Eaton 

Wooste' 

Toledo 



i- 



1900. 

an. 26 

eb. 6 

7 

Mar. 6 

April 16 

25 

" 80 

May 22 

July 14 

30 

Aug. 15 

Sept. 29 



CO-OPERATIVE COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 


Location. Pufpose. 

! 


Filed. 


Capital 
Stock. 


Co-ooerative Fishincr Comoanv 


Ashtabula 

Chillicothe 

Ashtabula 

Lima 


Fishing, etc 

Manufacturing 
shoes, etc .... 

Manufacturing 
butter, etc — 

Buying and 
holding bicy- 
cles, etc., in 
common 

Manufacturing 
bicycles, etc.. 

Clroceries, etc... 

Develop'g claims 
in Alaska 

Laundry busi- 
ness 


1899. 
Nov.18 

Dec.l2 

" ID 

Apr.23 

May 9 
" 14 

June 8 

Aug.17 
Oct. 30 
Nov. 2 


$6,000 


Co-onerative Shoe Comoanv 


Ashtabula Co-operative Creamery Co 

Co-operative Bicycle and Merchandise Co. 

O'o— onerative Wheel Comoanv 


4,000 
5,000 


Toledo 


10,000 


Youngstown Co-operative Company 

Alaskan Co-operative Mining Company... 

Co-operative Laundry Company 


Youngstown . . . 
Cincinnati 

Dayton 

1 


5,000 
10,000 

10,000 

0,000 
5.000 
2,000 


Citizens' Co-operative Real Estate Co 1 Akron 1 

Homc-Scekcrs Co-operative Company ** 1 


Real estate 

Real estate 


Total Comoanies 10 Capital 1 


$62,000 


, '^ \ 





ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 




Mahoning Valley Light, Heat and Power Company. 
Morrow County Illuminating Company 

Maumec Electric Company 

Merchants' Light. Heat and Power Compam' 

Citizens' Electric Light. Power and Heating Company 
I'eople's Light and Power Company 



Youngstown 
Mt. Gilead . 



1809. 
Dec. 



1900 
Tan. 
Feb. 



I ronton Electric Company 

Norwalk (Jas and Electric Company 

General Illuminating. Heat and Power Company 

Maumce Valley Electric Company 

<iibsonburg Electric Light Company 

Citizens' Electric Light, Heat and rower Company.. 

Citizens' Electric T-i^ht and Power Compaiu* 

Mt. Ciilead Water. Light, Heat and Power Company. 

Total Companies 14 



I 



Maumee 

Youngstown 

Dayton 

East Liverpool Mar. 

Ironton 1 " 

Norwalk | April 

Norwood May 

Toledo 

(»ibsonburg Tune 

Kenton July 

Sandusky Aug. 

Mt. Gilead Nov. 

Capital 



2 
6 

17 

5 



21 

26 

20 

7 

24 

2H 

16 

15 

6 



Capital 
Stock. 



$100,000 
25,000 

7.500 

55.000 

200,000 

25,000 

N 1.000 

125.000 

100,000 

100.000 

13,000 

20,000 

100.000 

00,000 



$930,500 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 

GAS AND OIL COMPANIE& 



1 Cas C^pany 
s Compaay 



Ieffer»n Oil and Gat Camptny ..'.'.'. '.. 
RnscYille and CropliivJUc Cominny. ,. 
Yirrington fill Company 



CorrJB Oil Conpi 



feS' 



... ^> CompiinT.. 

Itc Oil and Ga< Campaax... 
' '■— jV Oil CooipMyrr.,,., 

■ IllumiiuEiflg 



EntcTpHw Oil Cooipany 

WoMltr on Company 

Wflodliod Oil and Cu Campany 

Royal Oil Comuaoy 

Laccyville OH and Gaa Company 

Ri.er.ide Oil Company ^ 

Mooney Oil aod Go* Company 

Pearl Oil C^mpanT. 

American Oil and Ca< Company 

Bis Foul- Oil Company..... 

UelmoDi Oil and Gas Comjnny 

Valley Cily Oil and Gas Company... 

l-ynn Oil and Oa. Company 

Edna Oil Company 

Gamble Oil Company 

Gayer Ga» and Oil Company 

Home Oil and C.aa Company 

Scio Rrfnine Company 

Grca[ Nonhern OilCompany 

»«oa Oil and Ga. Company 
il»i " - 



Perty Oil Company.... 

ailieni' Gai. Light and Coke Compan 
Victory mil, Gan and Mining Company 

Elyria Oil and Ga> Company 

St. CUifMVlIk Eolerpri.B Oil and Gas C 
Brrmen and RiiihvHIe Gai Company.... 



: teSLr: 



: &• 



■■■■■■ ■ ■:"'n'"'»>: ■ 

\ il l>a« Company 

Hopcdnir l>il and Ga> Coirfitny 

CambTidie Oil and Gal Company 

Lnng'a RVD Oil and Gbb Company 

Bammore Oil and Fuel Campanv 

Ueklm DrilllnB Oil, GtB and Uifieril Company... 

Ciqralitin Oil, (lai and Mineral Company 

Cray Oil Company , 

River Tract Oil Company 

National Ptodoclion Company 

Knox CooDty Oil and Gaa Company 



ToUl Companies 



448 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



Northern Central Life Insurance Company 

Reeves Iron Company's Employees' Mutual Benefit Association of 

Canal Dover, Ohio 

International Fraternal Accident Insurance Company 

Intcr-State Life Assurance Company 

Ultra-Standard Life Insurance Company 

Ohio Life Insurance Company 

Railway Employes* Life and Pension Insurance Company 

American Accident Indemnity Association 

Total Companies 8 



Toledo 

Canal Dover . . . 
Zanesville 

Cincinnati 

Mansfield 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 



1609. 
Nov. 2(K 

Dec. 20 

1900. 
Jan. 2^- 

'• 29 
April 2 
May 17 
Sept. 5 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Wenoell Cigar Company 

(Miio Lime and Cement Company. 



Mahonine foundry and Machine Co. 
Independent Paper Company 



Ohio Burner Company 

Tuscarora Rubber Company. 



Continental Sugar Company 

Plumbers' Brass and Iron Manufacturing 

Company 

Columbus Iron and Steel Company 



Marietta Milling Company 

Shipherd Manufacturing Company. 
Versailles (.) verall Company 



Sperry Trolley Wheel Company. 



D. C. Statler Company. 



Dayton Furniture Company. 
Purity Bottling Company 



Ellsworth Brothers Company. 



Gest Asphalt Paving Company. 



Toledo ! Cigars, etc 

Cement, lime, 



Youngstown ... 
Xenia 



Cincinnati 

Akron — 

Cleveland 

<< 
Columbus 



1890. 
Nov.17 



Marietta . 

Cleveland 

Versailles 

Cincinnati 



Piqua 



Dayton . . 
Cincinnati 



American Petroleum Product Company 

Crescent Manufacturing Company .'. . 

Superior Ga.s Engine Company 

Strongsville Brick Company 

Columbus Pad Company 

McCiugin Iron and Coal Company 



Cleveland 

Loudonvillc ... 

Snringfield 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Olive Furnace; 



Cleveland 



Cincinnati 



Tiffin Wagon Company 

Paul .\. Sorg Paper Company., 
Americnn Cooperage Company. 



Electric Supply and Construction Co 

Sncltzcr Woolen Company 

Monarch Stove and Manufacturing Co 

Barron-Boylc ('ompany 



Tiffin 

Middletown 
Youngstown 



Columbus 
Cleveland 
Mansfield 
Cincinnati 



\ 



etc 

Iron, .steel, etc. 

Board, paper, 
etc 

Stoves, ranges, 
etc 

All kinds of rub- 
ber goods .... 

Sugar 

Brass, iron, etc. 

Pig iron, steel, 
coke, etc 

Flour, feed, etc. 

Machinery, etc. 

Overalls, shirts, 
etc I 

Electro-conduct-! 
ing bearings ! 
for trolley 
wheels, etc 

Quarrv'g stone, 
mak^g wooden 
tool handles, 
etc 

Furniture, etc.. 

Canning fruits, 
etc 

Oils, fluids, etc. 

Sweat pads, etc. 

Gas engines, etc. 

Brick, tile, etc. 

Pads and harn'ssj 

Iron. steel, 
glass, etc 

Soda anparatus. 
bottling ma- 
chinery, etc... 

Asphalt pave- 
» ments, etc ... 

War on s, etc ... 

Paper, etc 

IIoops, staves, 
kegs, etc 

Electrical ma- 
chinery, etc... 

Wool, shoddies, 
etc 

Ga.soHne stoves, 
etc ' 

Manuf'g paints, 1 
oUs , elc i 









(( 



17 
18 

18 

20 

20 
20 

21 



21 
" 22 
" 22 



23 



<< 


4 


(< 


7 


it 


7 


(< 


11 



'• 11 

" 12 

" 12 

" 13 



$10,000 

25,000 
25,000 

10,000 

10,000 

10.000 
500,000 

25,000 

400,000 
10,000 
10.000 

10,000 



25,000 



" 23 


26,000 


" 26 


16,000 


" 25 


6,000 


" 27 


26.000 


•• 29 


10.000 


" 29 


80.000 


" 29 


25.000 


Dec. 1 


6,000 



150,000' 

60,000 

100,000- 

250,000 

100.000 

30,000 

10,000* 

60,000 > 

100.000 

10,000* 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 
MANUFACTURING COMPANIBS— Continued 



Cotponte Name. 


Location. 


rurpoie. 


Filed. 


Capital 
Stock. 


Toledo Awning and Tent Companr 




Tenia, awning*. 


1BW. 
Dm. 14 

■■ M 
" M 

•• en 

■■ 3U 

I too. 

Jon. J 
" 10 




Caltipolis 


t3u,000 


Cindnnali Lighting Suppliet Company.... 


kie.. cigar.. 








Food producli. 






Sanduaky 

MLddletown*"" 

aeveland 

Columbua 


a.ow 




I!oopi. jlavM, 






Llndwy Stirt Cure Dy.pep.ia Remedj Co 


Dyjpepiia rem- 


W,MO 
W.noo 


Schrseder Chemiol Confuir 


vcriining 

Fer[iliier>. etc.. 
\\«f-B apparel. 




M.OOO 






National MacNine ^^of tompanjr 


in. ma 




.«.™ 


Canlon Wholejale Notion Compaaj. 




MarielU 




Diamond I'ann and Notion Company 


Clothing, hos- 

Roofing, «c..., 
Hay *ar«. etc. 

Uen'a clothing. 
Heal'g appamlu. 
Wagoni, etc.... 

'ing.'elc ^.'... 
The I-yile Hoof 


M.orO 


p«lton-n™e Company 




s«"'m) 


Cieyeland 

Springfield 

Chillicolhe 

Clcvelard 

Cincinnati 

Sandusky 

l-indlay 

I'orl Clinton... 

ilMcTcit"".''^ 

Hcllcfonlaine .. 

Clevclanrl 

Cincinnati 

Culumhus 


ii.tm 


S?>i"S?iSr'-'- ■•■■■■■: 


Ifl.l-K) 




Bl.OOO 






Xukes Calcli Ua^in Manufaeluring Co.... 
Rupp S WiiigenleU Cmpany 


*i.le«. Icall.cr. 


IDO.rrw 




l'VVnl"."'v".r- 
llas'ke"' lll.'l 

)ilLi'm''lalVood 
work etc .... 
Cray iron cut- 

inn* . 

mH."'prfdiiVli' 
1 inira'nd 'h-.« 




(Ihio I'aint and VarnL.li Company 


IKi.iHin 
lii.wn 


Ohio Oil Cloth (>.m,,a..y-..'! 








Acme Koundry Company 

Charle. 11. Moore Oil Company 

Howtr Magic Cereal Coffee Company 


inul'Wi 


' 


.W..1.10 




■-■■'"" 







Columlm^ An 
A. V. flould 
Adetum Clual 



Ciranltc Clay Company 

I'emedinit-lleyman Company , 



any ' Mftitor 



Dayton .! Leaf, plug and 

Cleveland I Machine "oo't. 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — Cootinued. 



DwJl Engine Vompaoj' 

and Chemical Manafacluiing 1 



s Lumber Compa 



■ 1 Canton 



Kingticy I'luni 
Weber, 1-End * 



Ohio TanninH L 






Anielea tati In 

usperin^ »nd 



Ohio 



Su|.i.ly t:omi 



■?rst?i- 



?aB.}a'ki- Aiitomobilr llanufactarii 
liucLiyr ilnic Printing Cabinet Compan 

DauntttM r.utniT and (la* Siovc Comp: 

Jackwn & -May liitar C.mpany 

rohimhii- Malleable and Crsy Iriii Cai 

Skk "ry V^,/cy"Vim!raC^: ! ! ! ! ! ! ! " 1 ! ! i 



,-' Springfield ... 
.1 Shelby 



Marietta \ Oil 

. Cnlumbus ' Chr 

Cleveland CIo. 

Sanduthy I Aui< 

Middlclown ....| line 

:[ Ma^illon | llir 



<l leaibei 
rci\' maihin 



b' M,i»n 

10 ' S^OtO 

. 31 23,00» 



Piiriiy 'jndy Company.- --.--.--...- 

Schii-ler CfimMOy 

WoUe Rmtheri Annex Shoe Company... 

Laminated Tube Company 

Atlas Machine Company 

LiniM Part Jee Company 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



451 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — Continued. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



I'urposc. 




Capital 
Stock. 



i - I I 

! ' I 

Columbus Steam I'ump Works Company..! Columbus j Hydraulic ma-i 

I chincry, etc... 

Rundell Manufacturing Company Cleveland "' 

New Knoxvilic. 
Cleveland 



Xew Knoxville Hoop Company 

American Watchman's Time Detector Co. 



■Athens F'oundry and Machine Company...! Athens 



Piano Hardware and Plating Company....; Springfield 



Holmes Furnace and Stove Company. 
C D. Swalley Company 



Cleveland 
Findlay 



Mahoning Manufacturing Company = Voungstown 

King Manufacturing Company Piqua 

Kay Manufacturing Company , 



r>ownard Asphalt I'ompany 

Winchester Canning Company. 



Loudonvillc 



Lima 



Water proofing 
liquids, etc... 

Harrel hoops, etc. 

Watchman stime 
^detectors 

Foundry busi- 
ness 

Piano hardware. 

Furnaces, stoves 

Millinery goods, 
etc 

Iron and steel.. 

Tools, imple- 
ments, etc 

Ilamc, tugs and 
saddlery 

Asphaltum, etc 



E. D. Howard Company " Columbus 

I 
I 

International Medicine Case Company | Dayton 

Wade Jewelry Company | East Liverpool. 

i 
AVilloughby Canning Company I Willoughby 



Winchester i Canned vegeta- 
bles, etc 



1i)00. 

Feb. 21 

•• 23 
•• 23 

" 24 

" 24 
•• 24 
" 26 



41 



Stillc and Duhlmeicr Furniture Company.! Cincinnati ..... 

Columbus Elastic Waterproof Company.. 1 Columbus 

< )hio Shoe Company I Lancaster 

Hettrick P.ath Cabinet Company Toledo 

Reserve Foundry and Manufacturing Co..i Cleveland _ 

Spence-Baggs Stove Company I Martins Ferry. 

Itateman Face .Steamer Company ! Toledo 



Columbus Woolen Mill Company ' Columbus 

I 
National Supply and Manufacturing Co... I Dayton .. 



BrOoms, whisks, 

etc 

Medicine cases. 

etc 

Watches, clocks.! 

jewelry, etc.! 
Pickling meats, I 

etc i 

Fiwniture 

Waterproof cloth 

Shoes, etc 

Ftath cabinets... 
I»ra>>». iron, etc. 
Stoves, ranges.. 
Lotions, devices. 

etc 

Woolen, cotton. 

etc 

Window clean- 



ers, etc 

Paar Double Cushion Horse Shoe Co I Canton ' Kubber s h o e s, 

! ■ I etc I 

Sanitary Manufacturing Company | Hamilton j (leneral manu-| 

factoring, etc' 



I 



TIrowning Engineering Company \ Cleveland 



Clinton Milling Company 

<»revcr ^ Troaits Company 

Malta Manufacturing Company. 



Articles, prod's, 

etc 

' Clinton ^ Flour, etc 



Cincinnati ' Mchd?.e. , etc 

Malta I Lumber, sash, 

; doors, etc 

Alter & McCaffrey Company ' Cincinnati • .Shoes, etc 

Sandusky Portland Cement Company ' Hay liridgc I Portland cement, 

1 i etc 

Linnard Manufacturing Company -Cincinnati I Dryers, etc 

.Standard Company ! Cleveland • Iron, steel, etc.! 

Columbiana Boiler Comi)any (Vlumbiana ....' Boilers, etc.....' 

Springfield Ela.Mic Treaa C'ompany ' .Springfield I Rubber g'ds,etc. 

<iahanna Creamery Company ' Gahanna ' Butter, etc 

Independent Pottery and Tile Company...' Akron ! .Stoneware, etc.. 

Mann it Philpott C'ompany Cleveland I Rubber, rubber 

I I goods, etc 

Safety Handle Bar Company I Chardoij | Handle bars 

Thorpe- Kile Manufacturing Company ' Columbus Carriage bent 

j I work, etc 

Dorman Heater Company .^ I Cleveland ! Hot air furnaces, 

' etc 

Bronson-Walton Company I " I Goods and mer- 

' I chandise 

Western Reserve Brick and Tile Company.' Warren t Clay products... 

American Electrical Company ' Cleveland I Electrical spe- 

' ' cialties 



Ohio Oil and Varnish Company • Cincinnati 



Pandora Elgin Butter Company '. Pandora 



Infallible Truss Company 

Irr-Kretchner Manufacturing Company — 



Toledo 
Cleveland 



OiN and var- 
nishes 

Butter 

Trusses, etc ... 

.'\rticles made 
from iron and 
4 steel, etc .... 



26 
27 

" 27 

•• 28 
Mar. 2 

•• 6 

" 5 

•• 5 



.') 



ft 

I 

7 

}> 
1) 



12 

12 

12 

12 

12 
12 
13 i 

13 
13 

14 

iri 
If) 

10! 
20 
20 I 
21 

21 
21 

21 

23 
23 

20 

27 
27 
2S 



41 
«• 

II 
11 
II 
tl 
II 
14 
44 

44 
44 



44 
44 

44 

44 
4( 
44 



tt 



$10,0lK) 

1,500 
7,oo;) 

20, coo 

20,(;0:i 

3,0I'<) 

10,000 

25, (W) 
100, 0(K) 

lO.OlX) 

10,000 
10,000 

2..V10 

.30,000 

10,000 

10.0(50 

10, (MH) 

100, ax) 

30,000 
(K).O(N) 
lO.tHO 
50, coo 
(U).(H)0 

10.000 

.30.(00 

2«).0<N) 

5.000 

25, COO 

25,000 
20, (NK) 
25.000 

20.000 
50,000 

.50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
25.000 
10,000 
5,000 
75,000 

6.000 
25,000 

15,00G 

75.000 

50,000 
10.000 

3.000 

10,000 

10,000 

5,000 



«\«<yi(^ 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — Continued. 



Corporate Nam*. 


^„».. 


........ 


Filed. 


Capiul 
Stock. 




Springfield 


Patent mrfi- 
Soapi.'elc .!!!! 


Mar.»l 

" a) 
■• w 

Apr. i 

■■ S 

" 7 

■■ ID 
" 10 

■■ IT 

;; SI 






|ia.iMa 


Toledo MirrSr and llcveiina Companj' 




Scioto Furnace. 

Norwalt 

Caat Liverpool!! 
Uelloville 

McCIainviUe .... 

Cincinnati 

Columbua 

Cleveland 

saw.;::;; 

Cincinnati 

Springfield .... 

Cincinnati 




Iluckeve Fire Itrick and Clay Company.,.. 


^Xn"^,r;; 




Weitam RcKrve M«tical Compani' 


io.(w 






Ivory Wood tiber PUslerCompaiiy!!"!!! 
Wheelir MinenI Sprinai Compray 

Klandard Sinne and Krick Company 


vprrpiSt^iiti! 

Carbonated ura- 

China, pottery! 


■a 

-is.ooo 








Pottery ware...! 
Machinery, die!. 

Slo°rV' 'apron;! 




^lappeM I'otlery Company 


!S:S! 


Illiziard Vehicle Apron Manufacturing Co. 


60.(W1 


Ohio and renn!iylv«n.aF»ncc Company.. 


JIarrel. and 
McUl »«k!'m^ 


JS:1SS 

so.m 








Ca>l'g> in iron. 








Paineaville Veneer Company 


Veneer goods. 






M^^or//etc!,".!^! 
Ap"lia!i?«''for 

»>=". etc 






ao,o« 








Akron 

fflSS::::; 

Clo'cland '.'.'.'.'. 
- 

a;;;vS..::::- 

Circlevillc 

Slieiby 






6.IWt 












i-jli*"'";;!^'^--! " " 




ry pa 


100,00c 










Ohio Automatic .Smoke Preventer Co 


ilairy' p™d'ucl»* 

"fflhincV*. elc?! 

Waler tillralion 

machiUHy.uli, 

i^i 

Earilien ware. 


::: 


ino.ur 


MaT.le (iiov.: Dairy tDmnany 


":w 




lO.OOC 




wo,ooc 




oo'om 


Wdl<vilk China Company 


10.000 










- 




nn.oflo 






:; i 




Elcclric Supply and Mamifailuring Co.... 
H>dcock Feed Mill Cmpany 


Elrctricai and 
mechanical dc- 


sa 




\ au. n. \ ■• 1 


st.ooo 


Calion Cereal Company 




^ »» 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 
MANUFACTURINO COMPANIES — Continued 



Corporate Name. 



Cinrd BoIId- and MuDufxlurint C 
Novellv Wood Wo.kLnn Cumpiay. 
Tot l'«r»ihule Company 

Ceorgc WilKin & Soni Companjr... 
""pmy 



MiCollum Li 

Ru'k^ 

Horn. 



ill Complin 



I Frci 






.1 Mill Mic 



1 Minuli 



jrini Co- 



I}^!^ H*naficiurinB Company 

J. M. Kerr Company 

Crown CiitinR (.ompany 

a«rke Fluid Company 

MiHiiton Rolt[c and Class Company.... 

Oueen City Smoke Coniumer Company. 

M°™ir'"n.y°"?rkTnR Comiiny: '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Owtn Motor Carriajte (.ompany 



Utriclla DiitillirjF Company........ 

Scheillcle SKo* ManuiadunnB fomi 
Premium. Ma nulallu ring Company,. 



Pax Brolheri Manutactnrini Companj 

Shacklelon Company 

Wcil>-M«ker Motor Vehicle Tampan] 
Ohio Timbfr and Mineral Company... 
Uack Chemical Company 

SchachI Manutaciuring Company 

IntmuHooal Bowling %I a i trial Compa: 

Urbana Baking I>ov3er Company 

BoMWDod Elgin Bulter Company 

Enceliior Hard Buhber Compiny 

Eureka Ci»lero Filler Company 



Cothocton . 

Columhm , 



Rowwoot 
Canion . 



Carment .«pp>. 
Mfg. bicycle*, 

Toilet' VoapV.eu 

ical prepari 

Sell-htilTng «( 

KJn«"'wfnd miL 
and tower, etc 

Oil earn, etc.... 

Steel, tool iteel. 
etc 

Sleel boUen.etc. 

Chain, ttc 

Toy paradiBlca, 

Boxci and w'dcn 
vara, lumber. 

Lime.rtc.V.'.V,'; 
Flour, (red, elc. 
Atl, bevel, «le.. 

Ituti" "upara^ 

Beer. 'elc. .'.'.'.'.'.'! 

Chemicaia'.' ' eii'.' 
Hoots and thoei 
Formd prad'en 

on rt^il°'m»h'y 

Mining cara^ctc! 

ihildn. elc... 
MerehaDdlK , etc 
Iron tall pipe. 

Embaiming'iJu' 

BoIi'm,' 'glMl' 

Smoke dfvii:^! 
Carbureter., etc. 
Urick, tile, etc. 

Braaa goodi.'«tt 

Bowling alley*. 

Liquor!', "etc!!!! 
Novelty and id- 
Br'm*,* 'ru>he«! 

Clove* 'andmitt'i 
Roofing, etc — 
Motor vehicles.. 
LumbR, etc.... 
PrnaBlate o[ pot- 
Machine I'^r'i 

Allen. piD>. etc. 
Daking powder. 
nutler, chee*e. 

Ri'hher"'Bwdi! 



sch'r,. 



«\ ■ 



REFOfiT OF 5ECKETAEY OF STATE. 
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — ConUnued 



R. B. Jellcry Coinmny 

I-ionnr Kniltini Mills Comi 



Dunlin Ughl Companv 

Ben FtinkTin Electrical Comi 



£. B, Davidion Rubber Coinpany 

Culumbui Handle md Manu^lurine Co. 

D. M. Ir>n« Shoe MuufBciurinB Co 

AleiindriB Haller Manudcluring Co 



Losan TIrick Manufaeturlnj Comi 



Butler Novelly Company 

tJiiiveiul Bolt and Nut Lock Company., 



Eddy 
tAwrll Sl< 



Milling Compiny 

Brewing Company 

E Art Pottery Compiny,.. 



t Machine Comiuny. . . 



TDdenendenl Brew 
Brodt Jai^ln Coni 



(;<i(idf Company... 



Sandusky . 
Minilield . 

LoSd'on".;; 

Clyde 

Cleveland . 

CanloD .... 
Zan»viIlE . 

Cleivland , 

sinl?gfiVld' 
Paineivillc 

Toledo .... 

Circleville . 
Cleveland . 
Coiumbui . 

Alexandria ' 

Toledo .... 
Columbus . 
Cleveland . 

Toledo .... 
East Liverp 
Toledo .... 

Buller 

Bainbridge 

N. fbiladelphia. 

ae™Brid!:!:;: 

Lowell 

Ma»llIoil 

Cambridge 

Uin»ter 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati 

fluaker City.... 
Colurabui 

Fremont 

CleveUod 

Hamilton 

Toledo 

.Vkran 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

narne>vi11e 

nimstead Fall*. 



Win< 



oalt ai 



Typeneti-g. «s., 

Light.,'™.!!!!'. 

E1«trical ma- 
ehmery, etc... 

Ln^^c'ar '!!!!.' 
Machinerr, etc. 
Flour, etc. 

Flo^.**'iii«V,el^ 
Bobber ■nicies. 
Farm and garden 

ShM(!'et":!!!.! 

KurSiture, 'eti-:! 

Allfaiiei' a k'H 

chemicals 

Brick, etc 

and not locks. 



Brick, pottery, 



io,ouo 



to ,000 

M.OOO 



10 .ODD 

e.Bott 












Sand, gravel.' 


.. ,. 










































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ARTICLES OF IN'COaPORATiOK, 
MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — Continued. 



Buckeye CBtTiagc Hod)' Comiunr 

New Proccit Lighting Compini' 

Columbia -Morgan Handle U>r Company. 

Irwiii'lluatec Cirriigi: Compiny 

Dovtl Muiuhclurins Compiny 

Ohio Brick and Poltcry Company 

Meyer & Becker Furniiure Compmy 

Advanced Planing MiJI Canpuiy 

DcAance Milling Comittay 

Parioni Drug Company 

Chas. T. Ampi Company 

UiU-Kauffman Manufacturing Company. 

Norton A Cole Machinery Company 

£lMg Window Company 

Bcnedici Company 

Crown Shoe Company. 

Cough-cne Emulalon Company 

Lyoni ManuCacluring Company 

Pocppelmcier Manufacturing Company... 

I 

B. Epilein Company 

Fremfer Buggy Compao. 

Uingo Brick and Clay Company 

Bowler Vouodry Company 

Dayton Motor Vehicle Company 

Ohio rollety Comoaoy 

Ironton Door and MaaufacIurlDg Co 

Schwab Safe Manulaetnrlng Company.... 
Motor Machine Company 

Canton Knife Company 

WeH Toledo Furniiure and Storage Co. 
Standard Ice Machine and Manuiacturinc 

Coachman Hameai Soap Company 

Kamitlon Moulding Company 

Reeve! UanofBctBriag Company 

Allen Minufaeiunng Company 

Seneca Uasulactnrftg Company 

Champion Rivei Company 

Fawcelt IncandcKcnt ilanile Company.. 

Union Hal nnd Cap Company 

Troy Carriage Sun.l.adr ("ompany 

Woodruff Motor Carnage Company 

Columbus Pneumatic Tool Company 

Ohio Ruggy Company 

Economy Electric Company 

Solar Pritm Company 

Martinsville Creamery Company 

Cardinglon Novelty Company 



Belletoniaini 
Cleveland . 

Nilei 

Cincinnati . 

Warren .... 
I'incinnali . 

Cleveland"; 
Cincinnati . 

Cleveland . 

Cleveland . 
ijprlngeeld 
Mingo Juni 

Cleveland . 

&„.■; 

F^ilori'a '.'.'. 
Cincinnati . 

Weat Tolcdi 
Hamilton .. 

Dover 

Columhu* . 
Cleveland . 

Columbui . 
Troy 

Cleveland . 

Columbua . 

(iaiion 

Cleveland . 
Martinsville 
Cardinglon 



Carriage bodie 
IjmpV."'iigiits'. 
IlandVe' 
Bu" gTee 

chinery, 
Brick, etc 

Flour, e'lc 

Drug« 

Shoe poliabea, 

Kali paper hold- 

Machinerr, etc. 
Ea^g patented 

Cigars, etc 

Shoes 

Proprietary ined- 

blind!! and 
dealing in wall 

rfX;,;-.u;:: 

Buggies, etc.... 

FcRiflilry , 

Antomobilea.elc. 

n-^^'elt. '.'.'.'.'. 
Sales, etc 

Carriages, «te... 
Knivea, rUOri, 

Furniiiiti/ete.'.: 

le emachin«,etc 
Harnesi soap. 

M oul dings', "pic- 

rrdn7 MmiI' 'etc! 

ShirH 

Leather and 

Sleel rod., bars, 

Inca'ndcic'traM' 
lIcM lot lamps, 

Hllt,cap«.""c; 
Carriage and wa- 
:Con supplies, 

Aulom'bil«V«lc 
U. ft W. piston 

liuggies. etc.." 
Motors. dyna- 

Dairy" produci!! 
Wooden'war'ci 



Sep. 



^ 



lo.oco 



456 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MANUFACTURING COMPANIES — Concluded 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 



Piled. 



Capital 
Stock. 



Albert Krell Company. 

Miller Jewelry^ Company 

C. L. Dorer Foundry Company 

Jewel Carriage Company 

George W. Acker Bottling Company 

Conture Plumbinjr and Heating Company. 
Mount Vernon Bridge Company 

Whittlesey Optical Company 

Veneer Barrel Company 

Forest City Incandescent Mantle Company 

Philpott & Bohmer Company 

Brown Chemical ComQ^ny 

Interstate Foundry Company 

Williams Brothers Company 

Midgley Manufacturing Company 

• 

Peerless Stove and Range Company 

Ktles Iron and Sheet Company 

William S. Sohn Brewing Company 

Wood Lumber Companjr 

Crystal Ice and Preserving Company 

Hewitt Brothers Soap Company 

Eggers Brick Company 

Clyde Cutlery Company 

Star Aluminum Company....^ 

Dr. Harter Medicine Company 

Eureka Soap Company 

Duplex Manufacturing Company 

Crown Dryer Company 

Marietta Metallic Plate and Filter Co 

Kerr Brothers Manufacturing Company... 

Cleveland Turf Goods Manufacturing Co. 

Columbus Saw Mill Company 

United States Flag Company 

Jefferson Glass Company 

Ashland Chemical Company 

Roehr Company 

Bassett- Presley Company 

Ohio Interior Finish Company 

Union Chemical Company 

Total Companies 417 



Cincinnati 



Bellaire 



Hamilton . . 

Toledo 

Cleveland . . 
Mt. Vernon, 



Cleveland 

Cincinnati 
Cleveland 

<« 

Sandusky 
Cleveland 
Kent .... 
Columbus 



<( 



Niles 

Cincinnati 
Lorain ... 
Marietta .. 
Dayton ... 
Cleveland 



Clyde 

Doylestown 
Dayton .... 
Cincinnati . 
Cleveland . 



i« 



Marietta . 
Hicksville 



Cleveland . . 
Columbus . , 
Cincinnati .. 
Steubenville 

Ashland 

Bucyrus .... 
Cleveland . . 



Cincinnati 
Capital 



Musical instru- 
ments, pianos, 
etc 

Jewelry, etc 

Castings, stoves, 
etc 

C^criages, etc... 

Beer, ale, etc... 

Plumbing, etc.. 

Structural iron 
work, bridges, 
etc 

Optical mchdse., 
etc 

Veneer packages 

Incand'sc*t man- 
tles, etc 

Rubber g'ds,etc 

Chemicals, etc.. 

Foundrv, etc.... 

Flour,' leed, etc. 

Tubular s t e q.1 
wheels for au- 
tomobiles, etc. 

Stoves, ranges, 
etc 

Iron, steel, etc. 

Beer, etc 

Doors, sash, etc. 

ice, etc 

Soap 

Sewer brick, tile, 
etc 

Cutlery, etc 

Aluminum 

Drugs, etc 

Soaps, etc 

Duplex catch 
basin, covers, 
etc 

Drying, etc., ap- 
paratus 

Filters, etc 

Handles, lum- 
ber, etc 

Turf goods 

Lumber, etc.... 

Flags, etc 

(jlass, etc 

Food products.. 

Lumber, etc.... 

Iron, steel, etc. 

Lumocr, etc.— 

Chemicals, etc..' 



Oct 16 

" 17 
" 16 






fC 

<( 

« 
« 
«< 
(( 
l< 



« 

«< 
«< 
•( 
«l 
«< 
(« 

<( 



19 
19 



20 

22 
22 

22 
28 
24 
24 
24 



24 

24 
26 
27 
27 
29 
90 



31 

Nov. 1 

" 2 

" 2 

*• 2 



** 

« 
*t 

tt 

n 
«( 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 



8 
8 


9 
10 
13 
18 
14 
14 
15 
16 
15 



$10,000 
25,000 

6,000 
100,000 

10,000 



100,000 

60,000 
1,000 

10,000 

. 6,000 

2.000 

400.000 

126,000 



10.000 

10,000 

100,000 

800.000 

100,000 

60,000 

60,000 

150.000 

26,000 

10,000 

100,000 

200,000 



60,000 

25.000 
10.000 

80.000 

6.000 

> 20.000 

25.000 

25.000 

12.000 

160.000 

200.000 

80.000 

10.000 



19.741,600 



MINING COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Whrmo Lead and Zinc Company 

Eastern Ohio Coal Company 

Upstill-Arthur Coal Company.... 

Evans Block Coal Company 

Pittsburgh-Ohio Coal Company.. 

Bay Zinc Company 

Elk Fork Coal Company 

Perry Stock Company 

Northwest Coal Company 



Cleveland . 
•< 

«< 

Youngstown 
Cleveland . 

It 

McArthur . 
Columbus . 
Toledo .... 



1899. 

Nov. 18 

" 24 

Dec. 16 

•• 20 

I •• 22 

' 1900. 

I Jan. 5 

5 

*• 16 

•• 24 



$50,000 
100.000 

50.000 
5.000 

10,000 

25.000 
50.000 
25.000 
80.000 



ARTICLES OF INCOJIPOILXTION, 



467 



MINING COMPANIES — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



Capital 
Stock. 



Philadelphia Company 

Rebhaltz and Alaska Mining Company. 

Laurium Mining Company 

Stevenson Iron Mining Company 



Hocking Coal Exchanging Company 

Canton Mining Company 

Powers Mining Company 

Indian Run Coal Company 

Monroe Coal Company 

Albright Coal Company 

Canton Improvement and Mining Company 

Indian Camp Coal Company 

Lisbon Coal Company 

Schafer-Suhr Coal Company 

Hametown Coal Company 

Glens Run Coal Company 

North Carolina Kaolin Company 

Oeveland and Tuscarawas Coal Company 

Johnson Brothers Coal Company 

Ohio Coal and Clay Company 

Wheeling and I^kc Erie Coal Mining Company. 

Grace Coal Company 

Jav Mining and Oil Company 

£lia McKmney Mining Company 

Standard Mica Company 

Reeves Brothers Company 

Manila Coal Company 

Ohio and Kentucky Lead Mining Company 

Tippecanoe Coal Company 

Monarch Mining Company 

Fox Mining Company 

Nice Coal Company 

Pennsylvania Coal Company 

Big Stoney Mining JJompany. 



Calby Iron Mining Company. 

Lincoln Iron Mining Company 

Crystal Falls Iron Mining Company... 
Great Western Iron Mining Company. 

Arnold Emerich Coal Company 

Cedar Hill Coal Company 

Belmont Coal Company 

Leeper. West A Terry Company 

Forsy the Coal Company 

Robv Coal Company > 

Ouaker Falls Stone Company 

Crescent Coal C'ompany 

Santos Varones Mining Company 

Pigeon Run Coal Company 



I 



Total Companies 57 



Cleveland 

Troy 

Cleveland 

Mentor Special Dii 

trict 

Columbus 

Canton 

Ncgley 

Canton 

Monroe Station... 

Cleveland 

Canton 

Coshocton 

Lisbon 

Cleveland 

Hametown 

Cleveland 

East Liverpool ... 

Cleveland 

Glencoe 

Washingtonville .. 
Cleveland 

14 

Toledo 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Alliance 

East Palestine ... 

Columbus 

Cleveland 

Akron 

Massillon 

Big Run .». 

Tiffin 

Georgetown 

WickliflFe 

•• 

<< 

tt 

Cleveland 

It 

Flushing 

Toledo 

Cambridge 

Cleveland 

Youngstown 

Jackson 

Sidnev 

Cleveland 

Capital 



Jan. 27 

Feb. 19 

*• 21 



• 4 


24 


Mar. 


5 


t« 


6 


*< 


6 


it 


15 


44 


29 


April 


6 
11 


(• 


11 


«« 


16 


«< 


18 


c« 


28 


ti 


24 


It 


26 


May 


1 


*t 


8 


«4 1 


26 


June 


15 


•t 


16 


<i 


16 


•1 


12 


<f 


15 


1* 


25 


t€ 


23 


t* 


80 


July 


5 


•< 


6 


« 


6 


K 


10 


<( 


23 


<« 


26 


Aug. 


16 


44 


16 


«« 


16 


«l 


16 


«« 


80 


Sept. 


6 



It 
I* 
l« 



Oct. 

•i 



Nov. 



11 
IS 
IS 

2 
17 
17 

6 



$75,000 

2..V)0 

80,000 

600, IXK) 

25.000 

1,(N)0 

10.000 

6.000 

20,000 

40.000 

25,CX)0 

25.000 

20,000 

60,000 

6,000 

75,Ci00 

30,000 

80,000 

10.000 

10,000 

100,000 

66.000 

60.000 

12.600 

10.000 

200.000 

5,000 

10.000 

50.000 

250,000 

100.000 

l.OOO 

10.000 

10.000 

250,000 

2.W.II00 

260.000 

250.001) 

2,5410 

60. (MN) 

rt.OOO 

25,000 

60. (MV) 

100,000 

1.000 

4.000 

lO.OOO 

30,000 



$3,487,600 



PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Sullivan Printing Works Company 

Ebbert and Richardson Company 

i Wiggins & Company 
ill Boanl rublishing Company 

Sentinel PuhliithinR Company 

Pochoden Co-operative rublishing Company 

Warren County Record Publishing and Printing 

Coinpany 

Scioto Si gn Company 

McDonald Printing Company 

Schoepflin Printing and Publishing Company 

United Press Company 

Ashtabula Printing Company 

Massillon Show Printing Company 



Lebanon 
I Kenton 
' Cincinnati 
! Cleveland 
Columbus 
r\shtab\ila 
"MassxWon 



1 Ashi 
\Ma? 



$60,000 
10,000 




15.000 
10,000 
15.000 
10,000 



17 


3,000 


26 


60.000 


31 


75.000 


7 


10.000 


8 


10,000 


V* 


\ \^\ M>«\ 


VS 


\ \vs ^««\ 



REPOKT OF SECRETAKV OF STATE. 

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COMPANIES— Concluded. 



CO,...,., v.... 


Location. 


Filed. 

Feb. Sfl 
M.r. S 

J;, ^ 

Aug. 3 




Capitol 










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£3 
10 
S 

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10 

so 

10 

so 

10 
S5 

6 

Id 

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16 

10 

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Somerset .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 








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Elyri. 


is; 










Van Wrr[ PubliihinB Company 












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RAILROAD COMPANIES. 



Capital 
Stock. 



Near Toledo m Luci 



Points ailjaeenl lo lb* 



■nd Aahiabula... 



Fairpart Harbor and 

FjiitJil'le "station. 
Aefilabula County... 



Company ' Wlmlly «iibin Coshoc- 



I f=».;; 



Railway Company ....IWiiolly nilhin Mah 



in Ibe IiDundar; 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATIOK. 
RAILROAD COMPANIES — ConcluJed. 



n d, Marihill I 

f» '"nd fui- 
CDunly, Ohio.. 



B. & (1. R. R. lun-i 
Ml ea»t of Wheelinii 
ihinl cilT nf llrn-f 
KonJ. IV. Va I Jul 



,: June ta »IO.0OI> 



I 1 



■nil Michisin >' 
tint in W'illii 
C'tninly tii or ii 
Napxloin in lie 

I^ Her Slrcit. ' 
' Id. Ii.. ind no.... 
1 iHnindu-r af the 



Kiplcy Norlhern Kail 



! I'crry. HairiKld. 

I Delaware. Morrow. ' 
Knui. AihTand. ; 
II <. I TTi e 0, Wayne, I 
Medina. Kraiililin, 
CuyahoRa, Moifan-- 



Marieita in Washini^ 



460 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



SOCIETIES — BENEVOLENT, POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND MUTUAL. 



Corporate Name. 




Filed. 



Co-operative Benevolent Society 

Sifters of Rosa Hebrew Beneficial Society' 

Lawrence Hospital for Women i 

<)lymp:a Athletic Club of Reading, Ohio..' 

Sterling Mutual Aid Society j 

Mingo Junction Bowling Club 

Franklin Club ; 

Masonic Club 

Trail Run ' Club 

American Eagle Mutual Aid Association.. 

Ea^t Side Social and Athletic Club 

Admiral Athletic Club of Cincinnati. Ohio.' 
Societa Di Mutuo Soccerso Italiana of 1 

Davton, Ohio 

Hamilton Athletic Club Company I 

Mound St. Social Club of Cincinnati, Ohio) 
Dewey Benevolent Circle No, 2, Cincin- | 

nati, Hamilton County, Ohio I 

Proni Ifednota Ceskych Cyklistu Leo ' 

Newark Board of Trade i 

Metropolitan Club I 

First Association of Spiritualists of CJeve- ! 

land, Ohio 

P. A. T. Club 

South I^banon Horse Rangers 

Bishop Post Number 22, Department of I 

Ohio, Grand Army of the Kepublic ! 

New Deal Mutual Aid Association I 

Exchange Railroaders' Club I 

Almonda Club of Cincinnati, Ohio I 

Elite Benevolent Society of East Hamil- ' 

ton, Ohio ■ 

Nilcs Athletic Club I 

Deutscher Thcater-Verein von Cleveland, ! 

Ohio I 

I 

Corryvillc Pleasure Club J 

Columbus Police Benevolent Association. . i 

Oregon Mutual Aid Society 1 

Franklin Mutual Aid Association of Nor- I 

wood, Ohio ' 

Court I-ake Erie 8484 of Cleveland. Ohio. I 

of the Ancient Order of Foresters I 

Maple Leaf Benefit Club I 

Monawk Can Club of Cincinnati, Ohio....) 

Rescue Mission and Home 

Coalton Athletic Club Company I 

Working Men's Club 



Lima 

Cincinnati 

Columbus 

Reading 

Cincinnati 

Mingo Junction. 

Cambridge 

.-Vkron 

Robins 

Cincinnati j 

Toledo 

Cincinnati 



Benevolent 

Social, etc 

Benevolent, etc ... 
Physical culture .. 
Benevolent, etc .. 
Social for bowling. 

Social 

Masonic 

Social 



Athletic exercises 



Dayton . . , 
Hamilton , 
Cincinnati 



Cleveland 
Newark . . 
Mansfield 



Social , etc 

.\thletic entertainments. 
Social 



Benevolent 

Cycling club 

Commercial 

Musical and social. 



Cleveland 

Cincinnati ■ 

South Lebanon.) 



Spiritualism 

Social 

Protective . 



Defiance . 
Cincinnati 
Mansfield , 
Cincinnati 



I 



r,. A. R. 

Social . . 



• 4 



etc. 



E^st Hamilton. 
Niles 



Charity, etc ... 
Physical culture 



Cleveland 

Cincinnati 
Columbus 
Cincinnati 
Norwood 



Cleveland 
Sandusky 
Cincinnati 
Cleveland 
Coalton .. 
Guild .... 



Theatrical performances. 

etc 

Soc.al 

Benevolent 

Mutual 



1899. 

Nov. 16 

17 

21 

21 

21 

2S 

24 

27 

20 

1 

1 

2 



4. 
»t 

• • 

• < 
(« 



Dec 



Benevolent 



Social 

Philanthropic 

Athletic 

Social 



Third Ward Democratic Club of Tiffin, O. 

Olympia Mutual .Aid Association 

Concord Township Anti-Horsethief Asso- 
ciation 

Manhattan Pleasure Club 

Erie County Humane Society ' 

Don't Worry and Look Pleasant Club I 

Ccdarviile Protective Association I 

Foster Mutual .\id Association I 

Cleveland .Automobile Club ' 

Yellow Stone Fishing Club 1 

Osocta Lodge No. 87 Cesko Slovanskych I 

Rvtoin a Dam I 

McMillan Mutual Aid Association I 

Corryville Fishing and Outing Club of | 

Cincinnati, Ohio I 

Hallwood Cash Register Company's Em- ' 

ployee*?* Mutual Benefit Association 1 

Argylc Club ! 

Home of the Honey Bees Benefit .Ass'n.. 
State Police and Independent Order of ' 

Home Guards No. 2f» I 

Zintfade Mutual .Aid of Cincinnati, Ohio..' 

Old Friend Social Club 

Ashland Board of Trade 

Eighth Ward Mutual Aid .Association 

Richdale Social and Athletic Qub 



Tiffin . . . . . 
Cincinnati 

Frankfort 
Sandusky 

<4 

Tlamilton 

Cedarville 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 
Cincinnati 



I 



Democratic 

Social and benevolent. 



Protective 

Social , 

Benevolent , 

Social , 

Protective , 

Benevolent 

Social , 

Mutual and social. 



Benevolent 
Mutual . . . 



I 



Social 



Columbus I Benevolent 

North Baltimore' Social 

Medina I Benevolent 



Kinsman ! Protection from thieves. 

Cincinnati ' M utual 

I .Social 

Ashland I Commercial 

Cincinnati 'Social 

*' • I Social and athletic 



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2 
S 

i 

i 

9 

11 

12 
12 
13 

14 
14 

15 
15 

10 
18 



18 
20 
20 
21 

21 



«« 

c< 

44 
44 
44 
44 



22 

22 

22 

2S 

29 

29 

1900. 

Jan. 2 

8 



44 



ft 
i« 
44 
44 
(4 
41 
44 
(4 

44 
44 



44 
44 
44 

41 
<4 
<4 
(4 
• ( 
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5 

6 

5 

9 

9 

11 

11 

17 

18 
19 

20 

22 
23 
23 

24 

25 
28 
26 
27 
27 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION, 461 

- Bbne^'Oiant, PoUTiCAt, Social and Mutuai. — Continued. 



Old Town Run 



SodelT 

Minifidd Mutiul 



Allrt Hott toniTiflny. Numbw Thro 

Athluid Eoreka Social Club 

Deulachcr Pnuen Krinkm-Untcri 



Yellow Kid Soc... .... . 

"UUIenium No. t" ol Codso. Ohio.... 
Caiudiui Society of_Ge*eUit(i, Ohio.. 



hint Club. 

^^.^^^^. ^^:Attj of Ot** 

Co*h«i HnK thief Dcli 

Putima Fiabini Club 

Old AduHt Sutft City Mitiion 

Golden Rod Benelii Club 

ColumbDi Lodiie Ko. IT, Benevoleni >n 
PrMKtive Order of Elks ol llic I'nilr 
Siaie<i ol Americi 

Miuillon Military KBTid. . 



Spollk Sv Anrji.. 
Seaeei Counlr Med it 



Itiyion Chapter o( The 

"i' aub]"! 



Port JeHen 
Builden , bi 



. Trndvri Exchai 



Central Mulusl Aid Atnociatioi 



Falher M^tlhtu l . ..., :.■;. Xo. 

KniRhx of Si. I..hn 

Polish and Slavish Indrxvn.lcnl Cluli 

I.orain .' 

Ohio Ki,li and llamt I.ciigue 

Liberty Miilual Aid Anuicistion o( ( 

Wi?"'^n;i 'n!Si ■ Keliri" AsVo'ciatinn 
Salem, Ohio - 

RMi Soltcn Social Oob o( tincinnati 

rnM Aid mi RenevnlMt Ass-irialinr 
CindMaff. ObJo 

SAaaall LnJge, KnighK of I'ylhms. 



.1 Ru«clls .... 
'.< PickerinRton 



. Protecllve 

. Benevolen 

. Athletic . 

'.I Social ... 

. Dcnevolen 



.1 .Social,.. 

'. Sod"'! 
. Ilenevoli 

. Soeiil . 



Port J«lfBr« 
Ciaeinmili . 

Msdiionvjile . 



.' Polilicil .... 
.1 Pnilection ol 



and Social Hub o 
ien';'Proti«ive An 



:iely of the Stale of Ohio ' Cini 



.1 Mulual 

.1 Social 

.1 Protection of birds, i 



462 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

SOCIETIES — BKHETOLEKT, Foutical, Sociai, and Uutual— Contianed. 




St. /nr.1.^* Ilranch No, 11 o 

SfcvsnskE Riitisho Kaloli.... 

ruiici lerfnota 

Stailt Cinciniuii Improvement Company. 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 46 

SOCIBTIBS — BKltBVOtnfT, PouncAi,, Social and Mutuai. — CooUnued. 



*K?-, 'yfr...'?:"' 

North Side S«iBl Cliil... 
Columbin Republican l.'lu)' 
Fourth WMd Poli.h Ujnio. 

Lorain. Ohio 

Hsrlcn Social Gab 



Auburn Mutual i 

Wacren Pm ' Kiiitln-iiutin a'iVdc 
Society of Ihe Porlo Rican E»p« 



Flrat NdgliborhDod Cm 
Si. Paul Mntoal Aid A' 



Amnican TalJort A|fnt«' Aid Socieiy. 

Uonateb Qub 

CslDinDD* Fiohina and Runtine Club... 



Rid Zi 

Hilkbai 



- . — ma and Huntini 

MfndoliD Club 

■ Ta^r. — ■ -- 



Ililltlioro . 



BoMk Club 

He(M Owntis' Protecii 
Conroji Uutual Aid An 



Weal Slda So> 

Ohio 

' Railroad lltn( 



I iniH nHUGiation 

If Klnb 

ial ScHlon Club ■>( Miritlta. 



Dayitm Trni. 
Kniuhts and I 
Workiimmen'i 



! Ivorrdale . 
' rirvelond. . 



Home I'rolrelivr Dnltr oi the World 

Cleveland Je«i>h Kemil nuichers' IVo- I 

Oxiotci ^luiiiat 'Aid...!!!'.!"'!!!!!!!!l!!!!!' 

Mllioo Lodse. Kniihti ol Pythia*. No. Sn*: 

Maiieii* Aihleiic Gob 

Supreme Council ol ihc Rcnublican Indu^' 

■rial LcB^e ol Ohi' 
- ■ ■ - en'. Ho.t>.._. 
ilitary Band 



:IJK;d-: 



(levrland 



Human 
Mtreer 
<;«l«va 
MarieH 







Siicial 

I'oiilica! 


SoriBl 
















■; ■ 




To rncouVage 


.■~' 


S«ial «e 


^IS." .::::::::::::::::: 








Social 




Charitable 

.Athletic e«rii.« 










J^Me^iar""" 


,i™ 










llenevolent 


Fraternal 


!■ rr 1 


llenrvnient 














SioKK- la« di. 
Shern br«de 


....ton.-. 
»■ M»oda- 



464 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



SOCIETI^ — BBNEVOI3NT, PoijTiCAio SociAi, AND MuTUAi, — Contitined. 



Corporate Name. 




Filed. 



Cleveland Marine Band 

Congress Hall Club 

Elmwood Place Mutual Aid Association 
No. 1 

Mahoning Club 

Machine Trades and Professions Asso- 
ciation 

Brush Ridge Horse Protecting Company 
of Marion and Wyandot Counties 



Cleveland 
Cincinnati 



Musical 

Moral and social. 



Elmwood Place. 
Youngstown .... 



Columbus 



Mutual 
Social . 



Polen Sinffle Tax Lecture Bureau 

Collinwooa Board of Trade 

Bicur Cholim Ladies Sick Aid Society 

Slovak Roman Catholic Beneficial Society 
of St. Peter and Paul, Branch No. 57.. 

Upper Sandusky Board of Trade 

Highland County Social Club 

Nickert Hunting and Fishing Club 

Peoples Club 

Hessische Unterstuetzungs-Verein 

National Land and Tax League of America 

Stag Athletic Club 

Fortv-First Ward Republican Club of 
Cleveland. Ohio 

Hungarian Dramatic and Sick Benefit So- 
ciety of Lorain, Ohio 

Lakewood Improvement and Municipal 
Association 

Frances Josef First Hungarian Beneficial 
Association 

Sbor Ccchie Cislo 5 Jednota Ceskych 
Vlastenek 

Bellcview Club , 

Ustion Society , 

Signal Social Club 

Wood County Humane Society , 

Hamilton Club 

JacksonCluh of William's County 

• North Side Untcrstuctzungs-Vercin No. 1 
of Cincinnati 

Supreme Lodge, Kniehts and Ladies of 
Honor of tnc World 

Armory Athletic Club 

East Caraway Lake Club | 

Cincinnati Single Tax Club 

Cleveland Mutual Benefit Society | 

Columbia Mutual Aid Society 1 

Geneva Police Association 

Theseus Lodge No. 191, Knights of Pythiasl 

John M. [..angston Club 

Twelfth Ward Fishing Club 

Voting Men's RepubRcan Club 

Welcome Social C'lub 

Beeknian Mutual Aid Society 

lUickcve Athletic Club 

East dnd Home Club '• 

Deutsciier Kriiegcr l.'nterstuetzungs-Verein! 

Re»^ub]ican I^eafsrue of (ierman-Americans. , 

Sbor Kenata Tyrs Cis 1 Trcti Jednota I 
Ceskych Zen a Divek ! 

Hotel Waiters' Social Club i 

Williams ("ounty Lincoln Club Co | 

May .NFutual Aid Association 

lona Club i 

Tackson Fishing and Outing Club I 

TTot Air Social Club of Cincinnati. ()hio..! 

Shelby Athletic Association of Shelby, ()..| 

Si. Roman'*, (ireek Catholic Society. As- 
sembly Xo. l.>l, of the Greek Catholic 
I'nion of America I 

Franz Joseph Krankcn Unterstuctzungs- | 
\'erein ! 

Division Xo. 2 of the Ancient Order of 
Hibernians of Allen County, Ohio.....*. 

Millcreek Vallev Street Railroad Company 
Employees' ^Iutual Aid Association 

Noble Order of TJieseus , 



Brush Ridge.... 
School House... 

Marietta 

Collin wood 

Cleveland 



I 



Protective . 
Single tax . 
Commercial 
Benevolent 



Upper Sandusky 

Hilisboro 

Cincinnati 

Rudolf 

Cincinnati 



i« 



Columbus 
Cleveland 



Lorain 



Lakewood 
Hollister 



Cleveland . 
Columbus . 
Cleveland , 
Cincinnati , 
Pcrrysburg 

•Vkron 

Hryan 



t* 



Commercial .... 

Social 

Fishing, etc ... 

Benevolent 

Social 

Single tax 

Physical culture 



Social and political. 
Benevolent 



Improvement . . 
Benevolent, etc 



<i 



Mutual 

Medical 

Social 

Humane 

Political , 

(iood government 



(Cincinnati ' Benevolent 



1900. 
Aug. 
10 



f« 



«4 
tt 



€1 



It 
** 
tt 
f< 

(( 
« 
*t 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
<l 



tt 



Cleveland 
Sandusky 
Cincinnati 
Cleveland 
Hamilton 
Geneva . . , 
Jackson . , 
Cincinnati 



it 
t( 
(« 
tt 



Alarietta . 
Cincinnati 
Hamilton 
Cleveland 



Athletic 

Sporting, etc .. 
Smple tax, etc. 

Social 

Benevolent 

l*rotective 

Benevolent 

Political 

Social 

Political 

Social 

Hcnevolent 

Athletic 

.Social 



Political 



Rcncvolent 

Columbus ' Social 

Bryan ! Social , etc 

Cincinnati I Mutual ... 

Cleveland I Recreation 

Cincinnati ' Social 



Shelby I Athletic 



Cleveland Benevolent 



Lima 



St. Bernard. 
Bookwalter 



Mutual, etc 
Social 



« 

tt 

tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 

tt 

tt 
tt 
t» 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
ft 
<( 

<i 
tt 
tt 



Oct. 

tt 

tt 



tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 
tt 



t* 



tt 



tt 
tt 



14 
U 

17 



IS 
SO 



28 
» 

25 
27 
27 
2S 
29 
80 



Sept 1 
1 



4 

e 

7 

7 

10 

10 

11 

11 

12 
14 
18 
21 
21 
21 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
27 
20 
1 
1 
3 

4 
4 

8 

8 

9 

12 

10 

IS 



13 

17 

13 

19 
19 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



465 



SOCIETIES — BHNKVOtBNT, PouTiCAio SociAi, AND MuTUAi. — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 



Filed. 



Pekin Mutual Aid Association of Cincin- 
nati, Hamilton County. State of Ohio.. 

South End Gymnasium and Athletic Club. 

Orange Valley Fishing Club of Cincin- 
nati , Ohio 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Association of San- 
dusky County, Ohio 

Odbor (iarfield. Cislo 4 Narodncho Sloven 
Skcho Spoiku vc Spojenech Statu 
Amcrickych 

Grand Ix>dge of Ohio of The Knights of 
the Royal Arch 

Clo'cland Drug Clerks' Association 

Burns Curling Club 

New Anchor Mutual Aid Association. ..'... 

Young Men's Fleischmann Republican 
Cliib of Cincinnati 

Jednota Cetkych Vlasteriek 

Milk Dealers* bratcrnal League of the 
West and South Sides of Cleveland, O. 

Highland Club 

Miami Athletic Club Company 



Cincinnati 

East Hamilton.. 



Cincinnati 
Fremont , 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati 
Cleveland 
Toledo . . , 
Cincinnati 

<t 
Cleveland 

<i 
Dayton 



Oak Grange No. 1.S24 

Nelsnnvillc Board of Trade 

Times-Star .\thletic Club of Cincinnati. O. 

Beer Bottlers* Mutual Aid Society of Co- 
lumbus. Ohio 

Assembly Maine No. 7rt, International < 
Congress I 

Royal Association Number 415 1 

I 

Liberty Street Yet Club of Cincinnati. O..; 

Erie Social. Hunting,^ Fishing and (damp- 
ing Club 



Kramklin Tp., 
Warren Co . . . . 

Beaver 

Nelsonville 

Cincinnati 



Columbus 



Total Societies 



Si; 



Columbus 



Cleveland 

Jackson Tp., 

Knox Co 

Cincinnati 



Benevolent 

Athletic 

Social 

Patriotic 

Benevolent 

Social and fraternal 

Social 

Athletic 

Charitable, etc 

Political 

Fraternal 

Business league ... 
Social, etc 

Athletic 

/Vgricultural 

Commercial 

Physical exercises . 

Benevolent, etc ... 

Mutual 

Mutual and social.. 
Social 

Fishing, etc 



ItiOO 


. 


Oct. 


24 


<« 


•2.> 


»« 


2.'-. 


•< 


'1(1 


•t 
•• 
i« 
II 


2!* 

30 


•1 

II 


31 


Nov. 
«< 


2. 

2 


II 
«t 
•1 
11 


5 

8 

U 

10 


II 


Ifi 


It 


10 


II 
It 


13 
14 



II 



14 



\ 



SO s s 



466 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STREET AND ELECTRIC RAILROAD COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Filed. 



Capital 
Stock. 



Cleveland, Ohio Central dnd Cincinnati Railroad 

Company 

Bellefontaine, Kenton and 'Lima Railroad Company.. 

Toledo, Tiffin and Sandusky Railway Company 

Toledo and Western Railway Company 

Lancaster and Newark Traction Company 

2ancsville^ Adamsville and Coshocton Electric Rail- 
way Company 

Diayton and Troy Electric Railway Company 

Sandusky, Monrocville, Bellevue and Norwalk Trac- 
tion Company 

<rolumbus, London and Springfield Railway Company 

Itichmond and Eaton Traction Company 

Columbus and Xenia Traction Company 

Columbus Freight and Traction Company 

Dayton. Troy and Northern Electric Railway Com- 
pany 

Toledo and Michigan Railway Company 

Chillicothe and Hillsboro Traction Company 

L^rbana. Mechanicsburg and Columbus Electric Rail- 
way Company 

Chillicothe, Alt. Sterling and Columbus Electric 
Railway Company 

Columbus Suburban Electric Railway Company 

Dayton and Northern Traction Company 

Victor>' Park Railway Company 

Portage Lakes Traction Company 

Bridgeport and Cadiz Interurban Railroad Company. 

Dayton, New Carlisle and St. Paris Traction Corn- 



West Salem , 

Lima 

Port Clinton 
Toledo 



Columbus 

Zanesville 
Dayton .. 



Sandusky . 
Springfield 

Eaton 

Xenia 

Columbus 



Dayton . . . 
Toledo . . . 
Chillicothe 



Urbana 



Chillicothe 
Columbus 
Dayton ... 
Toledo . . . 
Cleveland 
Bridgeport 



panv 

Miamisbnrg and Gcrmantown Traction Company 
Columbus and Southern Electric Railway Company..". 
Columbus, Mt. Sterling and Washington Electric 

Railway Companv 

Davton and Maysville Electric Railway Company — 

Toledo Interurban Railway Company 

^Veste^n Ohio Railway Comi»ny 



Dayton . — 
Miamisburg 
Columbus . . 



Columbus. Lima and Northwestern Railway Company 

Cincinnati Interurban Railroad Company ' 

Shore Acres Resort and Railway Company I 

Athens, Nelsonville and Hocking Valley Traction | 
Company 

Total Companies 33 



Washington 
Morrow ... 
Toledo ..... 
Lima 



1800. 

Dec. 4 
•• 16 



1900. 
Jan. 18 






20 
22 



<< 



22 
27 
31 

Feb. 15 
" 23 

-•* 27 
Mar. 8 
April 2 

" 17 



<i 



21 

May 10 
•* 21 
Tunc 1 
May 26 
July 20 



<i 



28 
Aug. 1 
Sept. 18 



Cincinnati 
Toledo . . 



• « 


18 


Oct. 


8 


<• 


13 


it 


15 


Nov. 


3 


Oct. 


20 


4( 


22 



Athens 



Capital 



Nov. 8 



$10,000 

100,000 

3,000,000 

1,800,000 

25,000 

10,000 
30,000 

. 600,000 

1,000,000 

12,000 

10,000 

25,000 

10.000 
10,000 
10,000 

100,000 

110.000 

150,000 

450,000 

60,000 

10.000 

10,000 

1,350,000 

60.000 

100,000 

10,000 
10,000 
100.000 
1,000,000 
10.000 
10,000 
80.000 

100,000 



$10,352,000 



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 




Capital 
Stock. 



South Charleston Telephone Company 

Putnam Telephone Company 

Conklin Construction Company 

Marietta Telephone Company 

Darrtown Telephone Company 

Newcomerstown Home Telephone Company. 



Saint Paris Telephone Company 

IThrichsville-Dennison Home Telephone Company.... 

'Canal Dover Home Telephone Company 

Eureka Telephone Company 

Citizens' Telephone Company 

^It. Sterling Telephone Company 

Muskingum Valley Telephone Company 

Belmont Telephone Company 

Elyria Southern Telephone and Toll Company 

Colerain Telephone Company 

Monroe Telephone Company I 

Versailles Home Telephone Company | 

Rockford Telephone Company ^ 

■Antwerp Telephone Company \ 



South Charleston 

Ottawa 

Akron 

Marietta , 

Dbrrtown , 

Newcomerstown , 



Saint Paris 

Uhrichsville ... 
Canal Dover . . . 

Center 

Circleville 

Mount Sterling. 

Zanesville 

Bridgeport 

Elyria 

Bevis 

Lucas 

Versailles , 

RocVtoxd 

Ktviwttp 






1899. 
Nov. 24 
•' 29 
Dec. 
" 18 
" 23 
" 28 
1000. 
Jan. 5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
16 
19 
23 
24 
24 
28 
28 
6 



Feb. 



<< 



Mar. 



$15,000 
40,000 
10,000 
50.000 
8,000 
25.000 

15.000 
40,000 
40,000 
600 
80.000 
15.000 
40.000 
15.000 
20.000 



\ 



100 
lO.OOO 
10.000 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



467 



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES — Concluded. 



Corporate Xame. 



Mifflin and Widowvillc Telephone Conipany... 

Miller City Telephone Company 

Germantown Independent 'telephone Company 

West Alexandria Telepnone Company 

(.jreenspring Telephone Company 

(.iratis telephone Company 

American Toll Telephone C ompany 

Tippecanoe Telephone^ Company 

Rockford Teleohone lilxchanee Company 

Sunbury nnd Oalena Telephone Company 

Greenville Home Telephtme Company 

Mineral Ridge and Niles Traction Company... 

Deshler Telephone Company 

Marion Count v Telephone Company 

Pioneer Telephone Company 

Covington Ilome Telephone Ci>mpany 

Camden Telephone Company 

Summit Telephone Construction Company 

Lewiitburg Telephone Company 

J.amler Telephone Company 

Kent Home Telephone I'ompany 

Co-operative Telephone Comjjany 

Attica Telephone Comi»any 

Farmers* Telephone Company 

Cedarville Teleohonc Company 




ompany ' Alhan 



New Concord Telephone C ompany > ' 

ISutler County Western Telephone Company ' 

NVest Jefferson Telephone Company I 

Bluffton Telephone (.'ompany 

Cnion Telephone Company ' 

Stark County Telephone Company I 

Ratavia Telephone Company ' 

Mineral City Home Telephf>ne Company I 

North Ridgcville Telephone Company I 

I^wrence Telephone Company 

Athens Countv Telephone Ci>mpany 
Albanv and \'ales Mill Telephone C< 

MassilloR Telephone (\>mpany ■ 

Ottawa County Telephone Company ' 

Oil Belt Telephone Company ' 

Andover Electric Telephone C*»mpany 

Amherst Home Telephone I "ompany 

Lancaster Telephone Company 

Norwalk and Huron County '1 elephone Company 

West Manchester Independent Telephone Comf>any. 

Caldwell Independent I elephone Company 

New Washington Telephone Company 

Citiiens' Telephone Company 

National District Telegraph Company 

Total Companies 00 



Mifflin . 
Miller City 
(rcrmantown 
West Alexandria.. 
(Jreensprinff 

(. • 
■ Iclllft •••••••••••• 

C'lcvc'lan<l 

Tippecanoe City.., 

Rockford 

Sunbury 

(Ireenvillc 

Niles 

Deshler j 

Marion 

I'.ioneer ! 

Covington | 

Camden i 

Akron | 

Lewisburg | 

Hamler j 

Kent 

COIdwater 

Aitica 

New Londtm ^ 

Cetlarville 

New Concord 

Philanthropy 

Wc-t Jefferson 

lUiiffton 

(ilouster 

Canton 

Mineral City 

North Ridgeville... 

[ronton 

.\thens 



!• 


2!» 


April 


:i 


• t 


VA : 


II 


21 ; 



May 



it 



June 
May 
June 



July 

Aug. 



2;; 

10 

u 

22 

i) 

2.-) 
11 
11 
12 

i:. 
2:j 
2:» 

2«J 

2'.» 

21 

1 

1 



^ I 



Sept. 



(any 

Mas»:iIlon 

(>ak Harbor 

Kostoria 

Andover 

North .\mherst 

Lancaster 

Xorwalk 

West Manchester.. 

Caldwell 

New Washington . . 

Xenia 

Cincinnati 



«• 
•t 
tt 
ti 
It 



Capital 



Oct. 

1 1 

it 
*i 
ti 

Nov. 
«< 

(I 

i< 

t( 



l.'i 

Hi 

31 

4 

r> 


10 
10 

II 

12 

11 
r. 

12 
2«J 



2i 



7 I 



1 

2 

i."i 

10 

i.'i 



$t.OlH) 
6,0<J0 

2,:mh) 

ti,(«)0 

:<.ii<M) 
lo.oiii) 

r).i.i)o 

1.').hjO 
fiU.OiK) 
5o.«'NiO 
111. (KM) 
50. 'JUG 
.M.tHK) 
20. (KK) 

10.(!«iO 

.').M»0 

l.'.H) 

10.100 

r»o,i:(JO 

2. INK) 

2..V'0 

2,i«fH) 

l.*i.«)OU 

lo,<:i»0 

."■».« o<) 

t;.iMK) 

IS.OO*) 

l.'i.'HW) 

loo. UK) 

ri.JKM) 

12.«>«V) 

2,H)') 

21.OO0 
i:>.u)0 

10.«XK) 

7.'».<«M» 

Ho.n)o 

lO.Mti) 
O.INM) 

2:i.0'!0 
KHi.iion 

So.'iOO 
l.OOO 

.'».«.•>•) 

.'i.OOO 
12.'».«KI0 



$l,3>i,s,}»!>9 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 



Cleveland Pure Milk Company 

Ely Realty Company 

Newark Red Cross Medical Association 

Company 

Central Ohio Laundry Company 



Oeveland Fencing Club Company I 

Oermont County Central Fair Association I 

Company I 

Ctirtice Maccabees Company I 

Northern Central Life Insurance Company I 
Up-to-Date Music Company I 

Ftber ReMi Estate Company I 



I 

I 

Cleveland I 

Elyria | 

I 

Newark I 

U rbana I 

Cleveland I 

I 
Near Bantam . . . ' 

Curtice ! 

Toledo I 

Cleveland \ 

Marion \ 



Filed. 



Milk, cream, etc. 
Real estate 



Drugs, etc 

Laundry busi- 
ness 

Fencing, etc 



1809. 
Nov.lO 



It 



IS 
20 

20 



" 20 



Capital' 
Stock. 



$25,000 
00,000 

O.O'H) 
6,000 



Agricultural 

Building hall... 

Insurance I " ^V 

Se\V\nR TV\VLMC^\\ " *»' 

\ns\TWTtveT\\.* . .\ 
Rea\ eslale A " ^^ 



•2,000 

120 
1,250 



468 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES — Continued. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Ashtabula Packing Com|)any 

Shawnee Athletic Club Company 

Wood .Street Land Company 

Special Police and Detective Bureau Co.. 

Ten Cent Registry and Information Bureau 

Company 



Breden, For Enginering and Construction 

Company 

Iwiaughey Club Company 

Inland Transportation Company 



Model Laundry Company 

Baisch Construction Company 

Scioto County Investment Company. 



Northwestern r)hio Dishrow Cure Company 



Athens Electric and Supply Company. 
Mansfield Business College Company. 



Ashtabula 

Shawnee , 

Youngstown ... 
Cleveland 



Fostoria 



Toledo 

Cincinnati 

Mentor Special 
District 



Zanesville . 
Cleveland . 
Portsmouth 

Toledo . . . . 






Cattle, sheep, etc 
Boxing exhibit's 

Real estate 

Detective agency 

Opcrat'g Schat- 
zel's system of 
advertising ... 

Engineering .... 
Fishing, etc.... 

• 

Transportation 
business 

Steam laundry.. 

Contract *g, etc.. 

Const ructing 
building 

Dealing in pat- 
ents, etc 



Mininv machin'y 
C'onnucting 



Athens . 

lege Company I Mansfield 

j I schools, etc 

Hub Boot and Shoe Commission Company Lima ; Boot and shoe 

commission 
General Insurance Agency Company 



1899. 

Nov. 25 I 

" 27 

" 27 

'• 2» 



t$ 



tt 
(I 



20 

29 
20 



Dec 5 
" 6 
8 

11 



«( 



« 






Varuna Water Company. 
B. M. Hallock Company. 



Belmont Towing Company. 



Toledo 



Kichwood 
Cleveland 



Northside I^ml Company. 
Winkler Horse Company.. 



Transacting in- 
surance busi- 
ness as agent. 
Mineral water.. J 
Plumbing busi-j 

ness. etc 

[ Bellaire I Transporting of 

freight, etc... 



S. Stettiner Company 

Gray Hardware Company 

National Pipe Line Company. 



Marietta Masonic Building Company 

Strecker Bros. Company 

(lerman-.American Company 

Ward Home Building Company 



Real estate. 



East Liverpool. 

Orrville Buying and sell- 
ing horses 

Toledo Wholesale liq-| 

uor«;, etc I 

Coshocton irdw'rc. paints, 

r etc I 

Cleveland j Transport'g gas, 

etc 



.Marietta 
Marietta 
Akron . , 



Erect'g Masonic 



11 
12 

13 

15 

10 
18 

IS 

10 
21 

21 

*' 20 

" 20 

" SO 
1000. 



** 



ti 

4< 



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«( 

It 



tt 



I 



E. II. Riggs Company 

I'olumbus rlotol Company 
S.-W. Transit Company.. 



tff 

building | Jan 

Leather, sadd'y, 

etc 

Erecting audi- 
torium, etc 

Columbus ' Constr'tVt etc., 

' buildin(;s in 
I certain coun- 
I ties .. 

! Wellsville ( Wliolesale groc'y. 

Columbus^ Hotels, etc 

Mentor Special 

Steam and sail- 



District 



n 
f I 



ing vessels.etc. 

C. D. Mather Company ' Hamilton | General store... 

.\kron Realty Company I .\kron ! Real estate, etc. 

Youngstown Arc Engraving Company 1 Youngstown — ', (General engrav- 

; I ing 

W. K. & M. Company I Toledo 'Store rooms. 

I I wareh'ses,- etc. 

Kentucky Distillery Commission Companyl Cincinnati i Whiskies, wines,) 

I I etc 

Leland Curtis Lumber Company ' Cleveland Lumber, etc 

Rags, metals, 

barrels, etc — 

Slaught'r'g beef. 



«< 
(( 
«i 



2 
2 
3 





9 

10 



12 
16 
15 

If. 

18 



American Barrel Company 

Kensington Beef and Provision Company. 



Kensington 



etc 



Greine Decorative Company I Cincinnati I Decorating, etc . 

I 

Prospect Company I Cleveland I Hotels, offices. 

I I etc 

Nielsen Opera House and Entertainment I I 

Company I Sandusky j Building opera 

1 ■ house 

Central Ohio Investment Company [Akron i Buvine mineral 

I lands, etc 
A » 



Western Reserve Athletic Company \ C\cvc\atv<X \ .\v\\\euc atv^ \\\t-^ 



tt 
tt 


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18 


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18 


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18 


tt 


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tt 


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$5.«*> 
100 

6.0U0 



2,000 

30,000 
20,000 



100,000 
lO.OOr 

10,000 

2,000 

80.0111' 

s.onri 

3.<0> 

lo.nmt 
i.ooo 

10,000 

io,noi> 

20.nofi 
lo.noii 

25.000 
fiO.OOT) 
20,004 

ss.ooo 

25,000 

100.000 

60,000 



' 60,000 

80,000 

300.000 



10.000 

25.000 

160.000 

25.000 

60.nno 

10.000 
10,000 

25.000 

60.0011 
15,000 

10.000 

26.000 
10.000 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 



4^ 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES — Continued 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpost. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Niles Hotel Company 

.J. E. Weiffenbach Company. 



Niles . 
Dayton 



New Concord Land and Improvement 

'Culonial Club Company I 

Kcd Cross Medical Sick benefit Society | 
Company 

Mitchell Stove Building Company. 

Mitchell Ofhce Building Company. 

Jacobs L'^niversity Company 

AVhile- Reed Company' 

Haas Shoe Company 



.Vew Concord... 

.Ashland 

Springfield 

Cincinnati 



•( 



Stark Realty Company 

Columbus Bicycle and Typewriter Company 
Clarington Planing Mill and Furniture 

Company 

Masters Brothers Company 



Dayton 



Richards transit Company 

Rand Hotel Company 

Tyrone Transportation Company. 
'Somerset Storeroom Company.... 



Cleveland 
Dayton .. 
Canton . . 
Columbus 

Clarington 
Warren . . 



I 



Willoughby Tp. 

Cincinnati 

Mentor 

Somerset 



'Sandusky Baking Company. 



Ohio Businchs l^niversity Company. 

I>owd-]IigginH Company 

_J. C. Soward Company 



Kinney Water .Supply Company. 



F. L. Preston Company.., 
•Cowle Transit Company... 
•<iilbcrt (jroccry Comfiany. 



Maclaren & Sprague Lumber Company... 



Sandusky 

Fremont 
WclKton 
Dayton .. 



Hotels and res- 
taurants 

Cigars, tobacco, 
etc 



1900. 
Jan. 2.S 
24 



44 



Purchas'g land, 
etc 

Own'g property 
for club, etc.. 

Comp'd'g medi- 
cines 

Mitchell build- 
ing property.. 

Mitchell build- 
ing property.. 

Business c o I- 
lege, etc 

Commerc'l ag'cy 

Boots and shoes 

Real estate 

Bicycles, type- 
writers, etc.... 

Furniture, etc... 

(ieneral mercan- 
tile business.. 

Steamships, ves- 
sels, etc 

Conducting and 
opera t'g not el. 

Steamships, ves- 
sels, etc 

Acquiring real 
estate and 
erecting build- 
ings 

(ieneral baking, 
etc 

Normal school.. 

Dry goods, etc.. 

l)ealing in pia- 

I nos, etc 

Bellaire Drilling for wa- 

I ter, etc 

.\thcns I (General mchdse. 

Mentor Spec.Dis.| Ship build'g. etr. 

Wholesale _ gro- 
cery business. 



•* 24 

" 25 

20 

26 

20 

20 
20 
Feb. 1 
*• 2 



44 



44 



44 



M 

44 



44 
44 



44 



44 



t( 
• 4 
t* 



5 
6 

6 

5 

7 
7 

9 

10 
13 : 
1.3 

14 



Portsmouth 
Toledo 



Alta Transit Company 

Young Men's Business Club Company 

Alpha Timber Lands and Mineral Company 

ilreeley Brothers Company 



Mentor 
Dayton 



Cleveland 



Independent Tuk Company 

Waterford Building Company. 
National Contracting; Company 
I. (>. (). F. Temple Company. 
Itellevue Stone ( onii»any. 



Willoughby Tp. 



Dealing in lum- 
ber, etc 

Towing, etc 

Comm rc'l lu'ch 
stands, etc — 

Dealing in tim- 
ber lands, etc. 

Street sprinkl'g. 
etc 

Ship build'g.etc 



duernsey Real Fslato Ciinij)an> ' 

Merchants' Collecting and Protective As- ; 



sociation Company 
Bula D<vclopment ('onipany. 



J 



Elyria Business ColleRe Company I 

Cedar Point Imi>rovenient ( ompany ' 



Levering t .Store rooms, etc. 

Columbus '(Jen. contract'g. 

I>ennisnn | Real estate, etc. 

P.ellevue I Stone, sand, etc. 

Cambridge I Real estate, etc 

Chillicothe ; Mercantile ag'cy 

Wellston ' Real estate tor 

oil. coal. etc.. 



F.lyria ... 
Sandusky 



'AVasaonoquettc Land Company. 
<"iarver Brothers Company 



Kdurntional 
Summer resort, 

etc 

Heal estate 



• 4 


14 


44 


10 


44 


10 


44 


10 


• • 


10 


44 


20 


44 


21 


«4 


23 


44 


23 


<< 


24 


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. 1 


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44 


3 


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6 


44 
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7 

- 1 



Andrews Land Company 
"M. Boggs Company... 



Toledo 

Strashurg • Wholesale and 

retail mchdse., 

Voungstown — ' Real e.state 

Chillicothe I Whi>lcsale gro- 



14 
41 



If 
tt 



12' 

12 1 



American Construction Company. 
"Sanitary Reduction Company 



eery, etc. 



"Peoples' Elevator Company. 
TA^tfir England Company 



Dayton^ I Construction ('o. 

Kast Livcrp<iol.I T")ispos*g of gar- 

' bage 

.\ntwcrp \ CiTtvvTv. see^V.t^Xc 

Cleveland \ CvmUoWvt "St^w 



1 




Vi 
1.5 

l.'i 
In 



I 






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$25,000 
30,000 

4,000 

1.5U0 

5,000 

300.(K)0 

250,000 

10,000 
10,000 
25.000 
25,000 

S,000 
15,000 

25,000 

28.000 

10,000 

160,000 

10,000 

IH.OOT) 

10, (MK) 

20. (KM) 

2.'».«H.(i 
20, UM) 
S."),flUO 

150.000 

1(!0.(I(N> 
50,000 

10,000 

30,000 

25.000 
100.000 

2.000 
50,000 
10.000 

."i.OOO 
2.").J)00 

50 

10.0110 
rt.fX'O' 

10.<)(M> 

24,('0'i 

7.'».''»' 

IIMI.'f 
TiO.Ol 



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470 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES — Continued. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Old Orchard Land Company.... 
J. C. Hibbs Hardware Company. 

Canton News Company 

Cincinnati Cut Flower Company. 



Evans-Lowe-Dcnnison Company , 

Anna Lumber Company 

Sigma Nu Club Compaiw , 

Euclid Avenue Bowling Company 

Dr. C. K. Sawyer Sanitarium Company'... 
Troy Sewer Company 



Columbus . 
Portsmouth 



Canton . . 
Cincinnati 



Brockway, Allen & Burnett Company 



New York Merchandise Company. 
C. II. D. Robbins Company 



Union Stock Yards Company , 

Saginaw Bay Transportation Company... 

Wickliffc Transit Company 

West Side Amusement Company , 



.'Mliancu . 

Anna 

Columbus 
Cleveland 
Marion . . 
Troy . . . . 



Shawnee 
Columbus 



Real estate 

H'rdw're, sport- 
ing goods, etc. 
Book store, etc 



Plants, cut flow- 
ers, etc 

(irocerics, etc.. 

Lumber, etc.... 

Social club. etc. 

Bowling alleys.. 

Sanitariums, etc. 

Construct'g sew- 
ers, etc 

Youngstown ! Fruits, food sup- 
plies, etc 

.Mchdse., etc 

Selling dry g'ds, 
etc 

Stock yards, etc. 

Towing, etc.... 



I 

Cleveland Ball Club Company I 

Mapleton Beach Park Company I 

Ashland Canning and Preserving Company I 

Equitable Tontine Company 

Conover^ Building Company I 

Inland Star Transit Company I 

Hawgood Transit Company ' 

Fort Hardwood Lumber Company....*. ...J 

Columbus Grain and Elevator Company..! 



Dayton . 
Mentor . 
Wickliffe 
Cleveland 



Geneva 

Ashland . 
Sandusky 
Dayton . , 
Mentor . 



Fort .Recovery..' 
Columbus 



Park Realty Company 

Buckeye Construction Company. 



I 
Kentucky and Western Distilling Company! 

Ohio Cooperage Transportation Company.' 

Salem Business College Company 

G. S. Richards Company 



Cleveland 
Cincinnati 



CuTahoga Abstract Company. 
Solar Building Company 



Willoughby 
Salem ....'. 
Clyde 



Cleveland 
Lima . . . . 



Masonic Temple Company.. 
Jaeger Hardware Company. 



Marion Masonic Temple Company. 
.Century Building Company 



McAfee and Milligan Land Company Toledo .. 

Worrall Grocery Company Marietta 

Eaton Canning and Packing Company Eaton ... 

Ashtabula Laundry Company I Ashtabula 



Chillicothe 
Elmore 



Marion 
Elyria 



Owen T. Jcnks Company ' 

Mu.skingum Valley Transportation Co 1 

Rockwell Springs Trout Club Company...! 

Smith-Dennison-Coe Company I 

Hunkin Brothers Construction Company..! 
Macedonia Implement Company ! 



Cleveland 

McConnelsville 



Toledo . . . 
Warren . . . 
Cleveland 
Macedonia 



F. C. H. Manus Company 

Beta Theta Pi Chapter House Company... 

Erie Company 

Van Wert Canning Company 



Cincinnati 
Delaware . 
Cleveland 
Van Wert. 



14 

• a • • 

Places of 

amusement ... 

Base ball, etc... 

Pleasure gr'nds, 

Cann'g fruit,ctc. 

Jewelry, etc 

Real estate, etc. 

Towing ships, 
etc 

Towing ships, 
etc 

Dealimir in hard 
wood, etc 

Storing, etc., 
grain 

Real estate 

Buckeye grout 
paving[, etc.... 

Deal'g Ml whis- 
kies, etc 

Steamships, etc. 

Com'crc'l school 

Mercantile bu.s- 
iness 

Abstracting, etc. 

Erecting and 
m'nt'rrg build- 
ings, etc 

Building temple, 
etc . . 

General h a r d- 
ware, etc 

Masonic temple. 

Construct'g and , 
m'nt'n'gT>uild-l 
ings. etc | 

Real estate I 

Grocery busin'ssl 

Canning, fruits. ! 
etc . . . 

Laundry busi- 
ness, etc 

Lumber, etc 

General trans- 
portation 

Fishing, etc 

Mchdse., etc.... 

Building, etc — 

Dealing in farm 
implem'ts, etc. 

Modern engrav- 
ing, etc 

Social inter- 
course, etc 

Constr'fg b'ld- 
ings, etc 

Canning fruits, 
etc 



1900. 
Mar. 19 

" 10 
" 19 



it 

<4 
<4 
«4 
<« 



20 
20 
21 
22 
22 
23 

28 

20 
26 

26 
26 

27 

27 
22 



44 
44 



44 
44 



14 



44 
44 



44 


27 


44 


28 


44 


28 


44 


SO 



44 



44 



44 



80 
30 
31 



81 
April 2 



44 

44 
44 
44 

44 
44 



44- 



44 
44 



4< 
44 
44 

44 

44 
44 

44 
44 
44 
44 

44 

44 



44 



6 

7 



9 

10 
12 
12 

12 

IS 
14 

14 
14 
14 
16 

17 

17 

17 

18 



$90,000- 

00,000 
1,000 

10,000. 

40,000 

. 3.000 

S.OOn 

lO.UOO 
200,000 

8.000 

30.000 
10,000 

• 

50.000 
100,000 

30.000 
130.000' 

50.000 
25,€00 

10,000 

75.000 

100,000 

250.000 

100,000 

125,000 

10,000 

50,000 
50.000 

10,000 

10,000 

20.000 

5,000 

25,000 

20,000 



10,000 

25,000 

10,000 
50,000 

100,000 
25.000 
60,000 

6,000 

6.000 
10.000 

20.000 
12.000 
50.000 
20,000- 

8,000 
10,000 

2.000- 
10,000 
10,000' 



ARTICLES OF INCORPOILVTION 

MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES — Continned. 



Colunbui liealing Company 

Hcil Brolhera Company 

lliea Club Company...- 

Raiin» and Collcciing Company 

Columbua Sand and Urcdglng Lompiny. 

Xorwood Athlelie Club Company 



Sanduiky River Pipe I-ine Companj 
Federal Undervriiinir Company 



Laundry Company... 



Central Impfovcment Camuany 

CollrRe Ilin Amusement Company 

Schubert- Ramsey Inleriur Art Company. 

Clenville Really C-.mpany ' 

Maum« Company !T 

Ada Canninii mi Packing Company i .> 



I CoLleee I 

! Clevilanil 



College of Journal; 
llyde Park Improi 



Olbora Enginee 

Valley Encur^o 
Drlnkwaler Jew 


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ck 




Vernon Stock C 


















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Toledo Sanilariu 
Maumee Railwn 




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Co 








KT"(n.rie'n C 
Cypium Cannin 










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1 








Geimania TIand and Dr 
Buckeye G»5 Lamp Cor 

Arion Club Company.. 
Kauffman Aichilectural 


hettra 


Co 


mpany. , 


C^imp 


.,. 




SuSdMTd iind™ m^n> 









Paineivillc 
Cleveland . 



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Dealing in in- 












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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES— CoDdnaed. 



Frcdfrick Siemer Company 

Pickering DfSce Building Company 

V-oungslown HMtina Conipinjr 

ABhlgnd School of Mignelic Hnlini 
Company 

(Isirr lixpreas and Delivery Company 

Colidiner & Weichi Company 

DawBon Transportation 'Company 

Union Hand Laundry Company 

A. Wiru Transfer Company 

Port Clinton Real Estali Company 

I. Frank Ticket Company 

Engelt-MarshaH-Mycrs Company 

Hayden Company 

McGregor Brolhirs CoRiMny 

Cindnnati Tobacco WarehouK Company.. 

Clark DruK Company 

Dayton Land Tillc Company 

ChilliCDlhc Conatniclioni Company 

West Milton Improvement Companv 

JVmerican Officers and Detectives l:niDn 

Paige Concrete Kire I'roofing Company... 

Clinton Uuilding Company 

Calumet Transporution Company 

Wood County Democnilic Club Company, 

Oevdand Hotel Company 

A. L. Irisb Company 

Onlario Realty Company 

Euclid Club Company 

EIiHiore Clob Company 

Hidwood Discillins Company 

Reaugh Construction Company 

Vi«oria Park Company 

Troy Electric Leasing Company 

Delphos Opera House OrcU«tra Company 
Ohio College ol Ophthalmology Company. 

!*sfi»ian Dry fleanlog Company 

Maple Leal Land Company 

rWk Milling Company.... 

Cleveland Automobile and Sappiy Company 

I,. W. Mackeniie Realty Company 

7.akc Shore Club 

H. B. Clodwish Company 

Matsitlon Bowling Alley Company 

Mount Pleasant Park Company 

Shelter Shoe Company 

Southern Ohio ExpreH Company 

ilushing MJSha'nJSse cSnvpa^ny^ilii-^'i^ 

Bartholomew-Ely School Company 

Merchants 9teer and Iron Company 



Youngstown 
Ashland .... 

Cincinnati .. 
Cleveland .. 

Hamittoo .. 

Port Clinton 
Ciudnnali .. 

Columbua .. 
Springfield . 

Day I on .'.'.■.■.■ 
Chillicolhc . 

West Milton 

Toledo 

Cleveland .. 

Mentor Spe. 

District .. 

Bowling Grc 

Cleveland .. 

Toledo 

Cleveland .. 

Cincinnati " 
Cleveland .. 

Troy v. 

Delpho» 

Columbus .. 

aevefand .. 

Delta v. 

neveland .. 

Aahiabula '.'. 
neveland .. 

MasiiHon .. 
Cleveland .. 

Dover 

Cleveland .. 

Hamilton .. 

Toledo 

flushing.... 

CltviTand' " 



Steam it at 
Teaching ma|f- 

HaulintetV'!' 
(Jperatmg bowl- 
ing alleys 

Fumitore, and 
nralcbci, clocks. 

perioai, etc... 
Shirts, collari, 

Transferiog'by 

Rmresfaie..*.^! 
Buying and icll- 
ina railroad 

General atore 

Real estate, etc. 

noriita, etc 

Tobacco ware- 

Dt^gi":::;::::." 

Riareatale, etc. 
Constr-ct'n, etc 

Induslnal '' 
Bureau of intor- 
Si™ctS?al wrfcl 
Erecting' ' buiid- 

.Steamshlpa, etc. 

Political 

Hotel buainesa.. 
Real estate 

Athletic, etc.'.'.".'. 

S'SU-ii.::: 

'isrsssis;: 

lliiying and sell- 
machinery".'^. . . 

ES"S,.S?:;;:: 

Flour mill, etc.. 

°mibiis"e""^ 
Real estate....'!! 

Social 

Personal prop- 

B^i^ng aii^fV.! 
Park purposes.. 
Contracting, etc, 
Deal-g in sWs. 

Ejmei's'bisJn'M 
l-:ngraving 

Educational .'.'.'. 
Iluyinit and <ell- 



ARTICbES OF IN'CORPOR^M'ION 



473 



MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES - Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Purpose. 



Filed. 



Capital 
Stock. 



American Contracting Company 

Empire lUiilding Company 

Fcm Bank Club Compiany 

Uaioa Transfer and Storage Company.... 

Port Ointon Hall Company 

Pm« Milk Company 

If cKcerer Hardware Company 



Cleveland 



Toledo , 

Kern Bank 

Columbus 

Port Clinton.. 

Toledo , 

Barnesville 



United States Real Estate Company | Toledo 



Construction Company. 



Cleveland 



Klein A Heff elman Company | Canton 



lladfson Realty Company. 
Hardware Company. 



I 



WcIIsvillc Land Company 

Western Engineering Company. 



T. F. McCliu-e & Sons I'ompany. 



Wayne Grain and Milling Company. 



Hotel Donavin Company 

C. B. Hanson & Company 

'Cambridge Improvement Company 

Cincinnati Veterinary College Company.... 

I 

Pan] Wick Real Estate Company '■ 

OhJb Hide and Fur Company | 

Akron Laundry Company 

Dunham Company 

IfcChiillan C»rain and Hay Company ! 

Ohio Aid and Employment Company | 



Cleveland 
Hamilton 

Wellsville 
Cleveland 

Cincinnati 

Leipsic .. 



Delaware 
(tallipolis 
CamhridKc 
( incinnati 



Youngstown 
Columbus .. 

Akron 

Cleveland 
Cincinnati .. 
Akron 



y Lake Company " Sandusky 



Crescent Liver3r Company 

Clcreland Tropical Land Company. 
John Story I'lumbing Company 



Charles Arnold Company 

Oevcland Distributing Company. 

Itfingo Junction Realty Company. 
Masonic Temple Company 



Toledo . . 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati 

Mellairc ., 
Cleveland 



Mingo Junction 
U'.irren I 



Anbnm Belgian Hare Company ' Cincinnati 



Ifahoning .\thletic Club Company 

1. N- Feidcn drain Company 

Trimble Home Building Company ' 

Aoditorium Land Company ' 

Workingmen's Realty Company ! 

Sonthem Ohio Con.>truction Company ' 

•"O^eoc" hishing and Hunting Gub ! 
Company I 



Yoiingstown 
Cleveland 
Columbus .. 



Toledo 

Akron 

Xenia 



Total Companie«J '^■ 



'.«;i 



Toledo 
Capital 



G e n^ r a 1 con- 
tracting, etc... 

Warehouses, etc. 

Club house 

Transfering. etc. 

Armory ana hall 

Milk^ cream, etc. 

Retail hardware 
business, etc.. 

Buying, selling. 

mortg'g'g. etc, 

^real estate 

Equipping elec- 
tric ana steam 
railways, etc.. 

Pianos, organs, 
musical instru- 
ments, etc 

Real estate, etc. 

( leneral h a r d- 
ware, etc 

Real estate 

(ieneral e n g i- 
neering 

Brick, granite, 
etc 

Grain, seeds, 
milling, etc... 
Hotel, etc 

l>ry goods, etc. 

Buildings, etc.. 

N'eterinary in- 
structions, etc 

Real estate 

Hides and furs.! 

laundry b*sin*ss! 

Real estate ' 

Grain and hay.. 

.Secur'g employ- 

^ ment, etc 

Social enjoy- 
ment, etc 

Livery business. 

Real estate 

Plumbing busi-' 
ness ' 

Drugs, medi-i 
cines, etc ' 

Dealing in bicy- 
cles, etc 

Real estate 

Erecting a Ma- 
sonic temple. 
etc 

R.iising Belgian 
hares 

.Athletic 

(irain. etc 

Constr't'g build-j 
ings, etc 

Real estate ' 

Wire fences, etc. I 

I 

Fishing, hunt'g.i 
etc ' 



1900. 

Sept.29 
Oct. 2 
8 
4 

6 

8 



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8 



8 



9 
9 



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" 11 

" 12 

" 13 

" 16 

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•• 18 I 



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t* 
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41 
44 



18' 
1!)! 
2()' 
20 I 



22 i 



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I 

2 ! 
.3 



44 



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10 
10 

12 



IB' 



$600 

100.000 

1.600 

60,000 

10, INN) 

in,iJ(»4l 

25,000 



6,000 

10,000 

26.000 
200,000 

6,U00 
20,000 

10,000 

26,000 

10.000 
(io.OOO 

7,r>oo 

1011,000 

.^.(lOO 
:{<i.O0O 
12.000 
20.000 
10, (KK) 

.'^.(MIO 

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10,000 

20.000 
lo.OOO 

S-S.OOO 

10.000 
1.000 

20,000 

100.000 

00,000 

0.000 

.'lO.OOO 

1.000 



m.T.w.ftoo 



474 REPORT OF SECKETAKY OF STATE. 

INCREASE OK CAPITAL STOCK OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS. 



Cplumbua Staoe ManuUclucing Coiapiny 

Lorain Simt Railway Corapsaj' 

Sanduiky Tclrphoin Company 

BUnMip Company 

atvdond llali and Screw Company 

Cleveland Tanning tompsny 

FrankJin 1-ucl Company 

Eaclid Avenue Savings ud BanlcinB Company 

Oevetand Brass and Iron Bednead Xompany 

Oinlon OIL Company 

Alliance, Sebrrng and Salem Electric lUiloay CU.... 

FoM Gm Engine Conpiny 

CBmbridge Home Tslenlione Compsny 

Middletown Machine ConipMy. ■ 

Toltdo. I'oslOTii and Findlay ICailwiy Company 

Columbus Slate Compsny 

Haiional Screw and Tuk Coispaoy 

Bcpublican Company 

Star Drilling Machine Company 

Electric Coniroller and Snpply Comnany 

Wail ti RoOB Punch and Shear Company 

Weidcman Company 

Londoii Telephone Company 

BiB FoV Laundry Company 

Sidney Telephone Company 

("ih?o Iro^andSleel ConiiMny!!!!!!"!!!...! 

l,i'i»iV"uke*SlMmship "Company!!!!;^ !!!!!!!! 

Oiy Dcpoiil Bank Company 

tSLSS£^Si?»: ■ci't^ui^bus: vniio: 

Warren and Nilea Telephone Company 

Cnlumbui atiaeni" Telephone Company 

Dining Fork Oil and Gu Company 

WapaEonetB Telephone Company 

KcrW Uke Ice CompMiy 

Bellair lloltle Comoany...... 

Standard Tobacco and CilniV'CompBoy 

Volunteer Transit Company 

Millwood Oil and Has Company 

Kennedy Company 

Peirce-VVilliams Company 

Shio Salt Company 
obert H. Jenki Lumber Company ■ 

Silver Maoufaeluring Company 

People's Savingi and Loan Company 

Union Loan and Savings Company 

Dollar Savings Bank 

Admiral Bicycle Lamp Company 

Hame Building and Savings Compsny 

Lima Maionic Hall Company 

TonM Bros, Electric Company. 

Hanhaw. Fuller & Goodirin Company 

Citiienn' Telephone Company, 

Newj-Democrat Publishing Company 

William Job Coal Company 

Guaranlee Title and Trust Company 

Jareeki Chemical Compooy. 

Conneaut Gs». Light and Fuel Company 

Afhlabnla MannfeduHnR Company 

B. P. Sealon Company. 

Zehner Broli. Packing ronipany 

Interstate Puhliahino Company ■ 

PenGeld Avenue Savings Hank Company..,.. 

Gallon Drop Forge Machine and Ppecially Company. 

Oeveland Clolf CliJb Company 

Sabina Buildinir and I^an Company 

Conneaut Building and I-oan Company 

Atlas Boll and Screw Company .'. ■■ 



artici.es of incokpokatioh 476 

INCBBASa OP CAPITAI, STOCK OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS— Continued. 



Corpoiatc Name. 



Kilboorne tc Jacobs MiDufaciuring Corapflnj. 
DdBwarc Er«tric Liihl. Hut anif Fower Con 

Ciliicu' Telephone Lompany 

E»Ble White Lead tompan/ , 

William E. Guns Company 

MraTCDCc Building and Liaut Associalion 

Savingf, Building and Loan Company ..». 

Citima' Telephanc Company 

Wrisbl Manuliciuring Company 

Coronado BonUog Uub 

Xtnia Electric I-ight Company 

Wall UinioB Cur^Vheel Company 

Country Club Company 

Birkcnmaier Shoe Manufactunng Company... 

Kurd Coal and Iron Company.. 

Abboii Electric and Manulactiuiiu Company. 

John B. UunUr Shoe Company..?:. 

Meuu, Kyle * Company 

Grand Opera House Company 

Tefferaon and Watren Telephone Company.... 

UUllagton White Sand Company 

-Eut Ohio Gaa Company 

Indcitendtnl Chemical Company 

PkI Clinton Electric Light and Power Compar 

Otrville Machine Company 

Lynn Filter Manu'actunng Company 

Alma PorlUnd Cement Company 

Kilbaume A Taeobs Uanulacluring Company. 
Codiolidated Cooperage Company 

Toledo Hridge Compiny/.y//.y.'. "'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'•'.'.. 

Xenia Water Company.. 

Brooklyn Bui!iIin_B anil Loan AsMcialion Comi 
Mercer County ^ooiina: and FisMng Club... 

Piqua aiul Troy Branch Railroad Company 

Johni & Company 

ICecwer Starch Company 

Canton- Mauillon Eleclric Rallwaj Company... 

Bellefonlaine Tflepbone Company 

aeYCland and Eastern Railway Company 

Woodiflcid Building and Loan Company 

Nichols! Trao.il Company 

Eiceliior Shoe Company 

Nunge»>cr Electric Ualiiry Company 

Marine Company 

Akron Peopre's Telephone Company 

Independent Ice Company 

Struther* Furpace Company 

American Petroleum Product Company 

Aahtahula Telephone Company 

Nicola & Stone Lumber ifompiny 

Hughei[ Granite and Marble Company 

Univeraily dub Vompany."^!!!!!!!!!"!;!!!!"! 
Ctevelanil Boil and Manufacturing Company.. 

Finch Shoe Company 

Easy Spring Hinge Company 

A. G. Corre HatS Company , 

Urbaos Telephone Company 

Hair. Safe Company...: 

Eapy Fluid Company , 

OeKland Telephone Company 

Wilioughhy Telephone Company 

Van Wert Home Telephone Company , 

Central Ohio Bniiding and Loan Company 

Ohio Muioseope Company 

Fox Paper Comuny 

Etna Steamthip Company 

acTcland Steamifaip Company 

American Petroleum Prnduct Company 

Realty Title and Inveitment Company 

Columbiana County Telephone Company , 

Tohna & Company ^ 

Gulland Foundry Company 

Dayton and Germantovn Traction Company... 
McCart-Chrisiy Company 



Xi.OUO 



April i 



■".'/ I 



T6.«W 

iDu.oao 



476 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

-INCREASE OP CAPITAL STOCK OP CERTAIN CORPORATIONS— Concluded. 




llyrn St«l Kanac and Manufacluring Company 

Leader I'ublishioB CornplRf 

Novelty Iron Compady 

Linn lUil»ay Company 

People'! Teliphooe Company 

MoiS. & Guild Company 

J. N. Hahn Company 

i'DTtsmoulh Telephone Company 

liawoiii Aiphaft Company 

devdand Efcetric Railw*v Company 

Hi. Vmion Nalural Ga* Company 

Ohio TanninB Company 

Btiekayc Fiih Company 

Sh** & Welty Shin Compani""!" 

Engineer Publdhing Company.,.. 

Soil Diegn P»ini Company 

D«yIon and Xenin Traelion (.orrriJii/ -■■;-■ 

Ciiitent' TdejiboiM and Stessage i. LTiipany oi Foi 
Coluinbu^.Buckne'LJke'and'Nc-idrk 'traction Co, 

Baldwin Manulaeluring and Supplj tumpany 

Johnslown Building and Loan .\ssMialion Company 

l-orily BolHing Company 

Maple r.eaf Land Company 

I!......- Handle Company, 

Llub Cqinpany 

Miichell Company 

.1 I nderwritina Company 

. Home and Savings Assoriatiun Company.. 
<)ti„. M.rchaol Company 

.Suiilunliy Torttand C'eownl Company 

Cincinnati Bulehera' Supply Compiny 

Jielers ft llcrron lla.i. Company ...^......, 

Cineinnaii. Ccurgmown and Kartsmoulb Railroad 

jaretK chemieai Comji'i^'.'v/.v.;:;;::::'!::'.;;;::!;; 

Amimoccolaca Company 

Semerdale Oil and Gsi Company 

Up-io-Dale Music Company 

ORo Molor Company. 

Paul A, SOTB Paper Company 

Aihland Gas and Electric Light Lompan; 

Marietta lee Company 

United SiBtea Telephone Company 

Atnon PSpct Coinpaov 

Zanesvilk ProviMon Company ■; 

Cotumbua, London and Sprinslield Railway Compan 

Conneaoi Telephone Company 

Standard Mica Company 

Annex Shoe Companv ._. 

City and Suburban Telegraph Association 

Wine and Spirit News Company 

Galion Cereal Company 

Economy Building and Loan Company 

tNovelty MahufictnriDB Company'. 

Tnial Compuiles 217 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 



471* 



DECREASE OF CAPITAL STOCK OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS. 



Corporate Name. 



Filed. 



Capital Stock. 



Original 
Amount. 



Reduction. 



Goodrich Hand Rubber Company 

Cuyahoga Building and Loan Company 

Cincinnati and SuDurban Delivery Company. 

B. \V. Uousum Company 

Cleveland Fruit Auction Company 

Means, K^lc & Company 

Buckeye Torpedo Company 



P. Havden Saddlerj' Hardware Company... 

(>hio Valley Gas Company 

New Hamburg Coal Company 

American Cotton Oil Company , 

Hawley Down Draft Furnace Company 

Cincinnati Ice Company. , 

Ohio Safe Deposit and Trust Company , 

American Steel Roofing Company , 

Cleveland Cedar Company 

Ohio Cereal Company 



Total Companies 17 



IlXX). 

Jan. 15 

o 

22 

*• 27 



Feb. 


U 


Mar. 


2 


•• 


i) 


4« 


20 


«« 


20 


April 


27 


• • 


2^ 


May 


M 



J^ne 
Oct. 



17 
2:< 
2."» 
27 
.SI 



$300,0fX) 

i,uuo.uao 

30,000 

25,000 

20,000 

450,000 

25,000 

.'100,000 

I.OOO.OIK) 

50,000 

500,000 

»)0,000 

l.(N)0.000 

50,000 

50, INN) 

2(N).000 

oO0,000 



$.'!.. SOO,(iOO 



$29U,000 

500,000 

6,000 

22.500 

10,000 

100,000 

20,400 

117,000 

250,000 

40,000 

140,000 

225,000 

680,000 

25,000 

4.H.074i 

150,000 

21K),000 



Present 
Amount. 



$1 MKT 

5oo,OiM» 

25,i)iiit 

2,:i<ji!- 

10,rt« 

3riO,(MMt 

4',<UNi 

183,«KH» 

7oO,()i'<i 

10.0«-li 

S<IO,<NN> 

75.0»>! 

420,000 
25,01 1(> 
6,02.">'t 
50,001 • 

210,001' 



$2.817.874Jj$2.»S2.1i-»* 



CHANGE OF NAME OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS. 



Former Corporate Name. 



Location. 



I 'resent Corporate Name. 



Filed. 



The Model Mills Company 

The Wagner Lake Ice Company 

The Cleveland Fork and Manufactur- 
ing Company 



The Thorpe & Kile Company 

The Euclid Avenue Savings and Bank- 
ing Company 



Lima . . . . 
Sandusky 

Cleveland 

Akron . . . 

Cleveland 



Jacob Mall Brewinijr Company j 

"Billings, Taylor & Co." Company 

Wilcox- Bruner Company 
Mattic Mitchell Baking I* 



« 



g Powder Com-i 



pany 



Akron ... 
Cleveland 



Big Four Laundry Company... 

Town Street .\Ictho<list Kpiscopal 
Church of Columbus 



I 



The Hall & Woods Company 
The Warner I^ke Ice ana 

Coal Company 

The Willoughby Fork and 

Manufacturing Company.. 
The Kile & Ford Company. 

The Euclid Trust and Sav- 
ings Company 

The (lurtd Brewing Com- 



IKfJ. 
Nov. 



jpany 

The Billings-Chapin Com- 

nany 

The Brimer-(ioodhue-Cook 

Company 



17 
1> 



riu- Mattle Mitchell Com- 
pany 



East End .^^avings Bank Company, 

National Trust Company 

B. T. Hedges lUiggy Ci>mpany — 



Cirdeville 
Black Eagle Color Company • Cincinnati 



Columbus ! The M<idel Big Four I..aun- 

! drying Company 

The First Methodist Epis- 
copal Church of Columnus; 

Cleveland The East End Banking and 

Trust Company 

The Western Reserve Trust 

Company 

The Circleville Buggy Com- 



C. F, Evans Steel and Iron Company. 

Milroy it Gallagher Company 

Capron & Curtice Company 

Gallagher Grocery Company 



I 



Y(5ungstown .... 

Akron ,. . . . 

Youngstown — 



Amerian Art-Glass and Lamp Company' 
Mutual Aid .Association of Members I 
of the Reformed Chufch in the 
I'nited States 



pany 

The AVicker- Warner Color 
Company 

The C. VV. Evans Steel and 
Iron Company 

The Gallagher Grocery Com- 
pany 

The .Akron Printing Com- 
pany 

The .McConnell ft CJallagher 

Company 

The Byesville Glass and 

' Lamp Company- j 

Cleveland I The Mutual Aid Association) 

I of the Reformed Churches ' 

\ .\vavt\c^ 



Dec. 

4< 


ft 


H 




It 


1.'. 


(1 


2-1 


tl 


2.<5 


i< 


2> 


v.m 


• 


Jan. 


4 


t. 


5 


(1 


r# 


tl 


IX 


i« 


2C 


t< 


27 


<< 


'.it 


Feb. 


5 


tl 


7 


It 


1(» 


<i 


o?. 



\ 



«v> 



478 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



CHANGE OF NAME OF C?ERTAIN CORPORATIONS — Continued. 



Former Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Present Corporate Name, j Filed. 



Alliance Standard Review Publishing 
Comuan 

Schoepnin Printing and Publishing 
Company 

Delaware KIcctric Light and Power 
Company 

Guarantee Building and Loan Company 

Ohio Glass and Hardware Company.... 

Reliance Manufacturing Company 

Riverside Brewing Company 

Means, Kyle & Company 



Allliance 

Cleveland 

Delaware 



C)rrville Machine Company 

First Baptist Church and Society in 
Cherry Valley 



Cleveland 

Akron 

Cleveland 

Zanesville 

Hanging Rock.. 
Orrville 



The Review Publishing 
Company 

The Clark-Schoepflin Print- 
ing Company 

The Delaware Electric 
Light, Heat and Power 
Company 

The Guarantee Savings and 
Loan Company 

The Morgan & Bunnell 
Company , 

ihc Wrignt Manufacturing 
Compan)r 

The Jtavarian Brewing Com- 



Trommcr Extract of Mal^ Company.... 
Cleveland Pharmaceutical Association.. 

Cahill-Hcnnessy-Holters Company .... 

Buckeye Shoe Company 

Hickory Buggy Company 

Provident Loan Company 

Birkenmaier Shoe Manufacturing Com- 
pany 



Fremont 
Cleveland 



Cincinnati 

Columbus 

Cincinnati 



F. F. Fritts Company 

Harrv Manufacturing Company 

Irr & Krctchmcr ^Ianufacturing Com- 



pany 



Court Jan Hu No. (i^M, Ancient Order 
of l-oreslers of .\nierica 



Sandusky . 
Loudonville 



Cleveland 



it 



Wolfe Bros, .\nncx Shoe Company ! Columbus 

Knowles China Company 1 East Liverpool.. 

Court Robin Hood >io. 5")52, Ancient | 



Order of horesters of .America 
Cincinnati Church Extension Society 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church.. 



Anderson-Newton Piano Company.... 

Empire Manufacturing Company 

Trumbull Building and Loan Associa- 
tion Company 



Smith-Dcnison-Coe Company ... 
Springfield Pipe Joint Company. 



Brass Manufacturing Company 

Born Steel Range and Manufacturing 

Company 

Helvetia Loan and Building Company.. 

Lima Railway Company 

Youn^ Men's Business Club of Cincin- 
nati 



Easy Spring Hinge Company 

Manufacturing 



Cleveland 
Cincinnati 



Van Wert 
Cleveland 



Warren 



Flower Company 

Nokes Catcn Basin 
Company 



Springfield 
Cleveland 



Cincinnati 

Lima 

Cincinnati 
Shelby ... 
Cincinnati 
Cleveland 



pany 

The Hanging Rock Iron 
Company 

The Champion Thresher 
Company 

The I'irst Baptist Church 
of Cherry valley 

The Trommer Companv 

The Northern Ohio Drug- 
gi.st Association 

The Cahill-Holters Company 

The C. & E. Shoe Company. 

l-lickory Carriage Company. 

Citizens' Mortgage Loan 
Company 

Richardson - Birkenmaier 
Company 

F. G. Sloanc Company 

Queen Manufacturing Com- 
pany 

National Fixture Manufac- 
turing Company 

Court Jan Hus No. 16, for- 
esters of America 

Annex Shoe Company 

Edwin M. Knowles China 
Company 

Court Robin Hood No. 1, 
Foresters of America 

Cincinnati Missionary Soci- 
ety of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church 

.Anderson Piano Company.. 

Empire Time Recoraer 
Company 

Trjpmbull Savings and Loan 
Company 

Smith-Denison Company . . 

Victor Supply Company 

Lyons Brass Manufacturing 
Company 

Born Steel Range Company 

Helvetia Savings and De-' 
posit Company j 

Lima Electric Railway and 
Light Company 

Business Men's Club of Cin- 
cinnati 

Shelby Spring Hinge Com- 
pany 

Rosebank Company .' 



1900. 
Feb. U 
20 

Mar. S 
3 
6 



8 

April S 

6 

12 



t* 



(1 



•< 






(I 



*< 



July 






«« 

4< 



Aug. 



Jones Shoe Manufacturing Company...! 

Benfield Brothers Company ! 

Federal Underwriting tompany 



Zanesville Roofing Tile Company 

J. C. Goldthwaitc Cloak Company 

Athens Electric and Supply Company.. 



Columbus 
Cleveland 
Cincinnati 

Zanesville 

Columbus 

Athens ... 



American Municipal Supplv 
Company 

Denton Shoe Company 

The Benfield Drug Company 

The Federal Agency Com- 
pany 

The Zanesville Art Pottery 
Company 

The Columbus Cloak Com- 
pany 

The Sackett Mine Supply 
Company 



(i 



Oct. 



<i 



14 

18 



28 

May 10 

11 

12 



15 

16 
22 



28 
June 14 



15 
10 



*• 22 
May 25 



June 25 
29 



80 

3 

5 

11 

23 
27 



1 

9 

10 
25 



*>7 



Sept. 10 
**^ 29 



2 
15 
23 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 



479 



CHANGE OF NAME OF CERTAIN CORFORATIONS — Concluded. 



Former Corporate Name. 


Location. 


Present Corporate Name. 


Filed. 


Dayton and Maysville Electric Railway 
Company » 


Morrow 

Cleveland 

\yyoming 

piqua 


The Cincinnati, Dayton and 
Maysville Electric Rail- 
way Company 


1899. 




Nov. 1 


Munhall Brothers Comoany 


The G. E. Saeger Printing 
Comoanv 






1 


Wyominjr Athletic Club 


The \V vominsr Club 


2 


Pioua Underwear Company 


Atlas Underwear Company 





Total Companies 70 







RAILWAY EQUIPMENT CONTRACTS. 



Lessor. 



Lessee. 



Filed. 



Toledo Foundry and Machine Company 
Burnham, Williams & Co 

Lenoir Car Company 

The Pullman Company 

Burnham^ Williams & Co 

Toledo Poundr^ and Machine Company 

The Pullman Company 

American Car and Foundry Company 

The Pullman Company 

Maitland. Cappell & Co 

New York Security and Trust Company. 
The Pullman Company 

Total Contracts 12 



Northern Engineering Company 

Kanawha & Michigan Railway Company. 

S. M. Felton, Receiver C, N. O. & T. P. 
R. Co 

Hockin? Valley Railway Company 

flocking Valley Railway Company 

C. E. Loss & Company 

Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company.... 

Hocking Valley Railway Company 

Hocking Vallejr Railway Company, To- 
ledo and Ohio Central Railway Co... 

Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad Co... 

Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company 

Hocking Valley Railway Company 



1809 


« 


Dec. 


10 


• • 


20 


1900 


• 


Jan. 


17 


* it 


24 


Feb. 


7 


<• 


9 


March 9 


April 


28 


<• 


23 


May 


If) 


Sept. 


1 


• • 


8 



MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES MADE BY CERTAIN CORPORATIONS. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Object Set Forth in 
Certificate. 



Filed. 



The Orchard Coal Company 

Seventh Ward Loan and Building Com- 
pany 

The Wagner Lake Ice Company 

The Franklin Fuel Company 

The Cleveland Fork ana Manufactur- 
ing Company 

The Somcrdale Coal Company 

People's Gas and Electric Company.... 
The East End Savings Bank Company. 
The Wainwright Coal Company 

Kerbcr Lake Ice Company 

Roseville and Crooksville Gas Company 
William Job Coal Company 

iohn C. Roth Packing Company 
lechanics' Banking Company 

Mutual Aid Association of Members 
of the Reformed Church in the 

United States 

Vega Steamship Company 



Cambridge 

Cincinnati ...... 

Akron 

Columbus 

Qeveland 

Toledo 

Defiance 

Cleveland 

Toledo 

Sandusky 

Roseville 

Columbus 

Cincinnati 

Fostoria 

Cleveland 

Black River Tp. 



Chanffc of location to Cleve- 
land 

Change of face value of 
shares 

Enlargement of purpose.... 



«« 



«4 



Change of location to Wil- 
loughby 

Change of location of prin- 
cipal office to Toledo.' 



Enlarging purpose 



Change of location to Cleve- 
land 

Enlarging purpose 



Change of location 

Enlargement of purpose 

Establishing a branch bank. 



1899. 
Nov. 13 



<« 
<< 



Dec 



25 

18 

2 



«< 



1900. 
Jan. 



« 



Feb. 



It 

14 
• « 



«l 



s 

12 

3 
6 

12 
18 
8 
13 
23 
24 

23 



Change of location to Galion 
\ tor S^tc\^\ \i\%Vt\e. \'^«. \S» 



480 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES, ETC — Concluded. 



Corporate Name. 



Location. 



Object Set Forth in 
Certificate. 



Filed. 



Lorain Steamship Company. 



Dayton and Troy Traction Company... 

Citizens' Telephone Company 

Stevenson Iron Mining Company , 

Kurd Coal and Iron Company 



Black KiverTp. 



Conover Building Company. 
Atlantic Refining Company. 
Mount Hope College 



Stanton Heater Company 

Colonial Electric Company 

State Savings Bank and Trust Company 
Carnegie College, at Rogers, Ohio.... 

Sanduskv Telephone Company 

Puritas Mineral Springs Company 



Harry Manufacturing Company 

Nicola & Stone Lumber Company 

National Accounting Agency Company. 
Forest City Savings Bank Company... 

The International Canning Company.... 
Covington and Cincinnati Bridge Com- 
pany 



Dayton ... 

Coshocton 

Cleveland 

Columbus 



Dayton .. 
Cleveland 
Rogers . . 



Martin's Ferry.. 
Ravenna 



Columbus 
Rogers . 
Sandusky 
Qeveland 



• «.*••• 



Loudonville 
Cleveland . , 
Sprinfffield . 
Cleveland . . 



Miami Valley Railway Company. 
Shepardson College 



Ohio Savings Bank Company. 

Lima Railway Company 

West I..afayette College 
"""irner 
pany 



lyei 
Llev; 



Warner Elevator Manufacturing Com- 



Toledo ... 
Cincinnati 



Piqua . . 
Granville 



Toledo 

Lima 

West Lafayette. 



The Athens Electric and Supply Com-^ 
pany I 



The New York Blower Company 

Dayton and Maysville Electric Railway 
Company 



Total Corporations 45 



Cincinnati 
Athens . . 
Bucyrus . 



Morrow 



Change of location to Men- 
tor Special District 

Extension of line 

Enlargement of purpose... 

Change of location to Wick- 
liffe 

Change of office to Cleve- 
land 

Change .of fourth article.... 

Enlarging purpose 

Verified schedule of. the 
kind and value of the 
property 

Amendment as to name and 
location 

Change of location to Ra- 
venna ' 

Enlarging purpose 

Schedule of property 

Enlarging purpose 

Change ot face value of 
share 

Change of purpose 

Change of object y. 

Enlarging purpose 

Change of face value of 
shares 

Change of location 



Mar. 



(« 



(C 



April 
May 

April 

<« 
tt 

May 



IS 
15 
17 

19 

S7 

a 

5 




21 

U 

SO 
8 

9 






June 8 



«« 



Certificate of acceptance as 
to taxation 

Enlargement of purpose 

Amendment to fourth par- 
agraph 

Change of purpose 

Enlarging purpose 

Schedule of property 



Enlarging of purpose. 



Change of location to Co- 
lumbus 

Change of location to Bucy- 
rus 

Enlargement of purpose.... 



July 
** 

«< 
Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

•« 
Nov. 



11 
SB 



S 
6- 

S 
14 

1 



85 

1 



MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 



Name of Municipality. 




Remarks. 



Arnettsvillc 

Ash ville I 

I 

Akron ! 

Brookside I 

Bridgeport I 

Beaver I 

I 
Chester Hill 1 

I 

College Corner ! 

Collinwood ^ I 

Deerfield I 

Evanston I 



Darke . . 

Pickaway 

Summit 
Belmont 



Pike 

Morgan . 

Butler .. 
Cuyahoga 
Warren . . 
Hamilton 



ISOf*. I 
Dec. 23 I I Hamlet 

1900. I 1900. I 
! Mar. 30 



May 28 



May 1 
June 16 



.\pril 14 
1890. 

Dec. 22 
1900. 

Feb. 20 



Annexation of 

ritory. ^ 
.Annexation. 
Hamlet. 
Annexation, 

lage. 
Village. 






Feb. 10 

Mar. 13 i 

June \^ \ .\tvtv«Ta.^otu 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 



481 



MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS — Concluded. 



Name of Municipality. 



County. 






< 



RemarkB. 



Gordon 

A^yons 

Nfogadore 

Portsmouth . . . 

Saint Paris 

South itrooklyn 

L> niopolis 

West I^{ayette 

Amelia 

Celina 



Aug. 10 

4 

July 28 



Minster 

New Waterford > Columhiana 

Warren I Trumbull 



Darke 

Fulton 

Summit 

Scioto 

Champaign . . . 

Cuyahoga 

Auglaize 

Coshocton .... 

Clermont I Nov. 12 

Mercer 

Auglaize ' 

Oct. 2 



May 21 

Sept. 10 



Total Corporations 24 



IMN). 



May 21 
Dec. IS 
June 18 



Oct. 11 



27 



Hamlet. 
Village. 

Annexation. 



Village. 



*t 



Nov. 10 I Annexation. 



STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES CONSOLIDATED. 



Companies Consolidated. 



Name of Consolidation. 




Capital 
Stock. 



Southern Ohio Traction Company..' The Cincinnati and Hamilton Electric 

I Street Kailwav Comp.iny; The Cin- 
I cinnati and Miami Valley Tractitm 
I (Company; and The Dayton Traction 
I Company 

Cleveland, Elyria and Western ''The Cleveland, Itcrea, Klyria an«l 

Railway Company ! Oberlin Railway Company; The 

I I.nrain County Railway (omnany: 
I The Oberlin and Wellington Railway 

I (\impany 

I 
Total Consolidations 2 ■ Capital 




$2,000,000 



2.000.000 
$4,000,000 



31 S S 



482 



REPOKT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



FOREIGN 

Which have complied with the laws of Ohio relating to such corporations 



Name. 



Location of 
Principal Office. 



State under 

which 
Organized. 



CspitaL 



Akron Aluminum Company, The 

American Af^ricultural Chemical Company, The. 
American Bridge Company 



American Clay Manufacturing Company 

Augusta Commercial Club of Augusta, Ky., The. 

Armour & Company 

American Drilling. Tool Company, The 

American Foundry and Furnace Company 

Aeolian Company. The 

Akron Electrical Manufacturing Company, The.. 

American H ide and Leather Company 

Alvordton Hardware Company 

American Mining Investment Company 

American Mutual Oil and Gas Company, The 

Ann ( )il Company , The 

American Pharmacal Company , The 

American Radiator Company 

American Shovel and Stamping Company 

Atlas Tack Company 

American Writing Paper Company , 

American Wood Kim Company, The 

American Wood Fiber Company, The 

HarckhoflF Church ( )rgan Company .". 

Boggs Drilling Company , The 

Bucyrus Development Company 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, The 

Boston and Marietta Oil Company 

Bash Packing Company 

Briggs-Riblet Transfer Company 

B. & W. Jenkinson Company, The 

Buckeye Rubber Company 

Bell Watch Case Company 

Columbus Buggy Company, The 

Comstock Construction Company, The 

Columbus Coal Company, The 

Crockery City Brewing Company, The 

Congo Coal Mining Company 

Cleveland Color Company, The 

C. D. Kenny Company 

Cleveland Grain Drying Cohipany, The 

Crane-I lawley Company 

Crystal Ice and Coal Company, The 

Consolidated Oil Company 

Cheuvront Oil Company 

Consolidated Rubber Tire Company 

C. W. Raymond CompanjjA, The 

Cambridge Rolling Mill Company 

Crucible Steel Company of America 

Dickinson County Real Kstate Company 

Dominion Oil and Pipe Line Company, The 

Klite laundry Company, The 

Klyri.i Stone ('ompany, The 

Federal Oil Company, The 

Fremont Oil Company 

Fort Pitt Cras Company 

Firestone Tire and Rubber C'ompany 

Funk it Wagnalls Comj^any 

Fort Wayne Klectric Works 

Gurney Ball Bearing Umbrella Company, The 

German Capital Investment Company, The 

lleckert Mallzley Billet Company 

Hanover Oil Company, The 

Ilallwood Cash Register Company 

Herrick & Sons Company. The 

Humes Torpedo Company. The 

Hull Umbrella Manufacturing Company 

International Cutlery Company 

Indiana Chemical Works, The 

fohn A. Roebling's Sons Company ._j_. 

B. Judkins & Sons Company 

Fewett Car Company, The 

fames E. Patton Company 

Tohnston Harvester Company , The 



Akron, Ohio.... 
New London.... 

Jersey City 

Jersey City 

Augusta 

Jersey City 

t)t. Marys i 

Bloomington ...| 

Meriden j 

Akron, Ohio....| 

Jersey City | 

Auburn I 

Minneapolis ....! 
Toledo, Ohio... 

Pittsburgh 

Chicago, 111 

Chicago, III j 

Chicago ! 

J^ersey City } 

.Springfield , M ass I 

Bradford. Pa j 

Lima. Ohio | 

Latrobe | 

Parkersburg 1 

East Orange ' 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Marietta, Ohio.. 

Fort Wayne 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Jersey City 

East Orange.... 

Jersey City 

Detroit 

Portland 

E. Liverpool, O. 
New York...^.. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 

Baltimore 

Jersey City 

Chicapfo 

Lima, Ohio 

{ersey City 
.ima, Ohio 

Trenton 

Dayton, Ohio... 
Cambridfire, ().. 

Jersey City 

Abilene , 

Cleveland, Ohio. 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Elyria, Ohio ! 

Camden " 

Marietta, Ohio.! 

Pitt'iburgh I 

Akron. Ohio I 

Xew York I 

Schenectady I 

Mansfield, Ohio' 
Cincinnati. Ohio! 

East Orange I 

lloboken | 

Jersey City ' 

Chicagro I 

Wilmington 1 

Camden I 

Tersev City I 

iP'ortville ! 

Trenton I 

Merrimac. Mass' 
Newark. Ohio..,' 

Milwaukee I 

Batavia ! 



West Virginia.. 
Connecticut . . . 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

Kentucky 

New Jersey 

West Virtrmia.. 

Illinois 

Connecticut . . . 
West Virginia.. 

Xew Jersey 

Indiana 

Minnesota 

New Jersey 

.Pennsylvania .. 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

IIP . \ • • * • 

\\ est Virginia. . 
West Virginia.. 
Pennsylvania .. 
West V^irginia.. 

New Jersey 

Delaware 

Maine 

Indiana 

New Jersey 

West Virginia.. 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

Michigan 

Maine 

West Virginia.. 
New York 



West Virginia.. 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

West Virginia. . 

New Jersey 

West Virginia.. 

New Jersey 

W]est Virginia.. 
West Virginia. . 

New Jersey 

Kansas 

West Virginia. . 
West Virginia. . 
West Virginia.. 

New Jersey 

West Virginia.. 
Pennsylvania . . 
\yest Virginia.. 

New York 

Xew \'rirk 

West V'rginia.. 
West Virginia.. 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

New Jersey 

Illinois 

Delaware 

Xew Jersey 

Xew Jersey 

Indiana 

Xew Jersey 

Maine 

West Virginia.. 
Wisconsin ..... 
New York .. .. 



S 0,000 
0,000 

>o;ooo,ooo 

10,000,000 
120 

100,000 
00,000 
120,000 
226,000 
200,000 
85,000,000 
15.000 
10.000 
126,000 
26,000 
26,000 
10,000,000 
100,000 
700,000 
25,000,000 
600,000 
000,000 
1,SOO 
100,000 
250,000 
2,000,000 
100,000 
100.000 
200,000 
50,000 
10,000 
250,000 
1,000.000 
10,000 
80.000 
200,000 
300,000 
50,000 
100,000 
20,000 
100,000 
50.000 
2.000,000 
100,000 
10,000.000 
200,000 
100,000 
50,000,000 
' 105,000 
100,000 
25.000 
250.000 
2,000,000 
100,000 
2,600.000 
60.000 
S.OOO.OOO 
500,000 
100.000 
400.000 
26.000 
200,000 
8,000,000 
50,000 
60.000 
160.000 
800.000 
40,000 
260,000 
100,000 
200,000 
60,000 
600,000 



ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION 




■t;£i,;(ijJ'K'^''"^| 


do"'"" 










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■Ml Vrrr; _, 
H Mill 11I<Jb.. Miri-'li. 
lai Nrl>. Ave. TolMl 
«S iiop«rior St., CI. i 
Suptrior St., Clcvcb 
wr New Mukei Su. . 



CORPORATIONS 

doing business in Ohio from November 16, 1899, to November 16, 1900. 



JlkTOld C PttClOl 

Wm. PrCKoll .. 
Fruk M. Wyul 
Clnrks B^rd .. 
£n»«l Bainbwb 
P. P. Dunning. 

I-. H, n'.'l-V r 
E. H. Iltii^^u... 

A. J. M.llrr 

W. V. Wallon,. 
Harry C. Richn 

L. r. Ultltr 

Thai. U. Mutin 
Ccorse F. How»i 
ThODiii A. Jure 
E. J. Lobdell 
Tho». A. Rc-^ 
Carl Birklii 

J>. C. Bogn.. 

Fruik enUttr 

Ceo. C. Win< 

C. C tflddlnwirt... 
H. A, ReoikMMn»»tr. 

E. B. Tkld 

A. W. ArunJd, Jr... 

S. S. MOIcr 

Oiphcui E. Ilrll 

ClintDa D. KircMuoe 
W. A. CoRlttnck 

Traqv W. Cuthric... 

A. T. H.lch 

C. E. Gould 

E. C. Terry 

George B. Ha^liy,.. 

C, H; Shappdl.. 

HaiTT S. SbaRci 

J. C Chtufronl 

X W. Seott ,.. 

Chu. W. Raymond.. 
Chat. S. Shciipird... 

Leri D. York 

Marnret Amicti 

T. W. HoUomb 

C. W. Writerkamp.. 

Charlca T. Ely 

p. C Bom. 

S. T. ClJtt 

t. W. Iluntfr 

laniH ChrlMv. Jr.... 
Bhro. F. UarriTnan,. 

T. J. Hyan 

W. W. Stark 

Jno. J. Cu.bmg 

F. H. I'oxir 

Cy™« IIulinB 

Burkt r. Ilerrlck..., 

(i. P. ^U.','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 
Henry O-i'" 

Charles H. 

A. H. Si«on 

O™. Stilcy 

M. D. Bearer... 



.- ^«1y 



! Train Si.. Ck-irl ,. 



4 R. tliith St., 

^mhridire 



•ifiifMii 














it 




t€S^.: 















mS' 



Sept. 
l->b. 



1 I May"" 



486 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 



FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1899, TO 





I<egal Cap. 


Note Paper. 


Prom Whom Purchased. 


■ 

a 


• 

n 

V 
V 

(A 


• 

1 




• 

♦^ 
V 

CO 


s 


On hand November 15. 1899..; 


1 

10 

so 

20 


12 

1 


1 

$59 34 
22 40 

220 00 
70 00 


1 

49 

m 
1 

4 

40 


422 


$41 ftS* 


'J"he Hrooks Co 


23 00 


The Columbus Merchandise Co 


10 00 


The Tracy-Wells Co 


02 2S 


The Columbus Lithoffraoh Co 




C. F. Bradley Co 




!•••••••• 




3 

1 




9 00 


Central Ohio Paper Co 








2 50> 


Diem & WinK Paper Co 
























Totals 


117 


12 


$371 74 


104 


422 
125 


$148 70 

$0«& 
5 40 


To Whom Issued. 
Hxecuti ve Department 


Department of State 


6 




$21 00 


C 


Auditor of State 




Treasurer of State 














Attorney General 


i 




3 50 


1 
5 


""*250' 


2 50 


Supreme Court 


23 25' 


Clerk of Supreme Court 


25 




' 87 5<')' 





I nspector of Workshops 








School Commissioner 


12 




42 <X) 








Koard of Public Works 




250 
240 


75 


Senate Chamber 

House of Representatives 


n 

38 
2 


240 

250 

75 

425 


42 25 

117 70 

7 CO 

2 75 


26 
30 

5 


46 2& 

S7 2S 


Adjutant (lencral 

I nsurance Commissioner 


6 82 


Bureau of I^abor ' 


2 


125 


3 71 


M inc I nsnector * 


250 


1 80 




State Library 











Canal Commission 












Sinkinsr Fund Commission 














Supervisor Public Printinsr 








120 
12 


cs 










75 


State Board of Charities 


I 






1 


1 '0 


I^raw Library 


1 








Reporter Supreme Court 












( lerk of Senate 






:::;::::::i:::::::; 






Clerk of House of Representatives 






1 1 






Airricultural Department 


1 




3 50 i 


1 






Dairv and Food Department 


1 

1 
1 


""246' 


"^ 5(V 


BuilninG' and Loan r)cpartmcnt 








2 75 


Soldier's (Maim Department 








2 SO 


State Board of Pardons 










Stationarv Kncrincers' Department. ...f 


1 










Board of Arbitration ' 


1 






1 




1 


.' 


1 










Totals. ^ 


93 
23 

1 


240 
272 


$329 (50 
$42 14 


87 
17 


.S62 
60 


$136 46 
$12 2« 







STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



487 



ACCOUNT, 

NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCI.USIVE. 



Blotting Paper. 


Medicated Paper. 


letter Heads. 


Envelopes. 


• 

B 


• 

s 

u 


■ 

r 


• 

5 


• 

n 




. 

IB 

8 


• 

a 


• 

1 


6,425 


$141 33 


600 

1,3(V) 

200 


$40 52 
80 00 
13 00 


121 
8 


600 


$415 16 
57 00 


76,878 
171,500 
150,016 

65,000 


$444 51 

481 7S 


12.000 


360 00 


418 U 










150 SS 










215 


700 


066 75 












3,000 

113,500 

37,000 


4 60 
















244 04 
















83 2S 
















• 


18,425 

160 
1,420 


$501 33 

$3 03 
62 60 

6 74 
1 77 

5 Ki 

1 SO 

7 26 

2 70 
10 2« 

4 :)0 

87 76 

l.V) flT) 
10 21 

2 :»j 
7 <« 
2 16 
34 :i8 
1 0«j 


2.100 

54 

100 


$183 52 

$3 10 

7 00 


846 
10 


300 


$1,438 91 
$45 00 


616,804 

1S,850 

28,(K)0 

17,000 

12,000 

500 

13,000 

16,300 

0,000 

37,000 

17,250 

66,0(M) 

100,000 

a>,o«j 

11.000 
24.600 
23,.'iOO 

n.m) 

H5«) 1 

4,()00 

2 (N)0 

20,. 'K^) 

27,500 


$1,785 44 

$60 80 
104 80 


231 








50 15 


7^ 

f •• 

201 





35 


10 

16 

8 






50 00 
85 00 
42 00 
44 00 


31 81 
1 60 


60 

242 

U6 


lOS 
18 


6 m 
1 20 


am 

m 70 

23 25 


448 

152 


24 
42 

203 
632 

84!» 


1 40 

2 45 
11 05 
St> 31) 
53 09 


5 




20 00 


99 46 
44 SO 


2.8Jr2 

5,144 

44i) 


61 
148 
12 
12 
11 


"""soo* 


825 60 

505 61 

48 50 

50 00 

44 00 


206 08 

273 80 

9!) 84 

20 68 


284 






75 80 


7S 






79 80 


1,162 


24 


1 40 








31 00 


36 








1 87 








2 




10 00 


11 70 


2.'>4 


7 64 

1 44 

2 10 
1 20 

14 40 
1 75 
1 44 
7 44 

1 80 

2 16 

1 44 

2 82 
72 


12 


50 


5 85 


48 








02 67 


84 
42 


12 
12 


70 
75 


i 


500 


30 00 


81 21 


24 








1.5(H) 

3,7.V) 
1.">.000 
10.500 
27 500 
ll.-'iOO 
17.000 

1.000 
21,500 

1,500 


8 15 


480 






1 
2 
14 
8 
6 


"**666* 


4 00 
12 00 
58 00 
38 00 
24 00 


11 10 


75 






40 60 


48 
248 


24 


1 20 


61 77 
76 80 


60 






19 56 


K 


6 


40 


84 10 


48 








8 60 


00 












58 00 


24 












4 80 
















14,773 
8,652 


$450 43 
41 90 


2,126 
64 


$131 IS 
2 34 


345 

1 


800 




$1,435 71 
8 20 


614,066 
2,828 


$1,778 44 
700 



488 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 

FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1899, TO 



Prom Whom Purchased. 



On hand November 15, 1899.... 

The Brooks Co 

The Columbus Merchandise Co. 

The Tracy-Wells Co 

The Columbus Lithograph Co... 

C. F. Bradley Co 

Central Ohio Paper Co 

Diem & Wing Co 

The Ruggles-Gale Co 

Chas Huston 



Totals. 



To Whom Issued. 



Executive Department 

Department of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney General 

Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Inspector ot Workshops 

School Commissioner 

Board of Public Works 

Senate Chamber 

House of Representatives 

Adjutant General 

Insurance Commissioner 

Bureau of Labor 

Mine Inspector 

State Library 

Canal Commission 

Sinking Fund Commission 

Supervisor of Public Printing...... 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities 

Law Library 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk of Senate 

Clerk of House of Representatives. 

Agricultural Department 

Dairy and Food Department 

Building and Loan Department.... 

Soldiers Claims Department 

State Board of Pardons 

Stationary Engineer's Department 
Board of Arbitration 



Totals 

On hand November 15, 1000. 



Pen Holders. 



a 

Z 



Ink. 



82 



1,728 
2,160 



24 



8,094 



39 



$5 68 



61 00 
72 45 



6 00 



$145 08 



$1,01 



12 
24 
18 
3<5 
3G 
12 

144 
IS 

.10:^ 

T2 
60 

,*?(} 

12 



1 
1 



38 

76 

57 

16 

li 

40 

4 80 

60 

17 20 

07 06 

2 50 

1 52 



2 
1 



6 
12 
12 

6 



00 
12 
40 



36 
36 
12 
45 

48 
12 
24 
29 

8 



20 
40 
40 
19 



20 
14 
38 
47 
.52 
40 
80 
89 
30 



3.93.) 
59 



$143 71 
1 37 



a 
z 



439 

36 

872 



847 



10 

60 
7 
5 
6 
9 
8 
2 
5 
5 
102 
184 

11 
8 

12 
1 
2 
2 
5 
1 

2 

4 



1 

54 
5 
3 
2 

4 
4 

1 



517 
330 



m 

8 



$IM 68 
22 St 

52 <n 



$280 18 



$4 52 
40 00 
8 44 
2 32 
220 
4 32 



1 
1 
2 
2 



44 

00 
26 
32 



15 20 
25 00 



5 

4 
6 



1 
2 

1 
1 



50 
00 
83 
60 
95 
06 
00 
40 
00 
00 



81 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 



60 
60 
06 
40 
00 
82 
00 
50 



$166 97 
108 21 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



489 



ACCOUNT. 



NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



Carmine Ink. 


Ink Stands. 


Mucilage, Quarts. 


Mucilage, Small. 


Pencil Pads. 


■ 

1 


• 


• 
la 

a 

a 


M 

o 
u 


• 

a 

9 

z 


• 


1 

9 

z 


• 


■ 

u 

a 

9 

z . 


• 
w 

5 


21S 


$43 04 


490 


$53 77 


25 

48 


$1 55 
36 00 


197 
144 
120 
240 


$8 19 
36 00 
SO 00 
45 00 


9,017 
1,836 


$324 90 
100 06 






24 
144 


7 00 
39 00 









48 


10 00 
























































i 




• 
















1 


4 50 


















156 


62 40 


492 


82 00 
















218 

1 
6 
1 


$43 04 ' 

$0 20 

1 20 

25 

W 


659 

4 

130 


$104 27 

$5 15 

25 00 


277 

11 

77 

4 


$100 96 

$4 40 

15 00 

1 20 


1,193 

10 
Td 

s 
7 


$201 19 

$3 56 

12 60 

1 58 

1 80 


10,853 

06 

1,009 

132 

3H 

36 

352 

72 

72 

78 

48 

1.728 

2,7.52 

258 

120 

132 

30 

108 

24 


$424 96 

$4 18 

33 20 

5 44 


4 


8 

4 


2 15 
1 00 


1 42 








1 28 












4 

u 

221 

280 

27 

12 

» 
1 

6 

71 

48 


3 75 
1 (.8 
1 20 

1 54 

2 01 
38 35 
62 55 

3 44 
2 25 
1 98 

1 ."to 

. 13 00 1 

2 00 


13 85 


1 


2.V 


1 


25 


i 

5 


40 
2 06 
2 25 


2 73 
2 74 




2S 
1 

07 
£37 

14 

12 
8 


3 ^5 

25 

11 30 

2« 52 

3 43 

3 15 

1 (i4 


2 7:. 


1 


20 

2 40 

3 00 
1 70 

40 
20 


2 40 


12 
15 

4 
2 
1 


14 

IS 
10 

111 
1 

8 


6 60 
3 36 
3 06 
C 40 
40 
5 10 


68 31« 

91 117 

10 («:i 

4 4H 

4 (•:) 

1 iil 


A 


i 2o' 

20 
40 


9 


2 30 


4 (15 


1 


1 


40 


82 


3 


2 

1 
1 


50 
60 
25 
30 




2 


1 
8 
2 


«J2 
3 42 

80 


3 

10 
2 


75 

1 87 
50 


18 
06 
iHi 
84 
12 
12 
36 
72 
lOH 

162 

36 

114 


75 
4 80 


1 


20 


3 04 
3 44 






2 


60 






12 

1 

5 

24 

14 

12 

3 

1 


3 OO 
05 
93 

4 63 
2 38 
2 40 

■ 75 
18 


40 


3 


30 
40 
25 
20 
70 
25 


2 
2 
12 
2 
6 


80 

80 

6 60 

1 00 

2 00 


60 


2 
1 


10 


2 50 


1 23 
8 00 


1 
8 
1 


2 

8 
3 
2 

4 


50 

1 Ifi 

75 

22 

1 10 


4 08 
6 82 
1 80 








6 70 






3 


1 20 




1 


44 

1 






24 


1 00 


1 
















7s' 
145 


$15 74 
27 30 


600 
09 


$94 53 
9 74 


209 
C8 


$67 47 
42 48 


900 
287 


$161 M 
40 15 


•7,949 
2.904 


$283 74 
141 24 



490 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 



FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1899, TO 





Commissions. 


Arm Rests. 


Tumblers. 


Prom Whom Purchased. 


• 

B 

'A 


8 


* 

a 

s 


• 

IB 

o 
u 


• 

6 


• 


« 
On hand November 1 5 . 1899 


3,255 
5,000 


$1.91 1 A 


$8 20 






The Urooks Co 


100 00 








The Columbus Merchandise Co 










The Tracy-Wells Co 










48 


$8 00 


The Columbus Lithoffrauh Co 


16,600 


325 00 






C F Bradley Co 










Central Ohio Paoer Co 














r)iem & Wine Co 








■ 




The Ruflreles-Gale Co 














Chas Houston 














Beck & Orr 














Schoedinirer. Fcarn & Co 














J. S. Abbott & Co 


' 










. .^ . • . • . 


William Zink 








1 
















Totals 


24,755 

U-,550 
8,000 


$426,91 

• 

$292 00 
25 00 


8 


$8 2f » 


48 


$3eo 


1 

To Whom Issued. 
Kxecutiye Department 


Oeoartment of State 


1 


$1 02 


20 


$1 00 


Auditor of State 


Treasurer of State 


200 


4 20 








Attorney (icncral 


. ... .X. ...... . 


2 
2 


20 


Siinrt?mc C^oiirt 








ift 


Clerk of Supreme Court 












Inspector oi Workshops 


j 










School Commissioner 


1 

i 






2 


26 


Board of Public Works 






. . 




Senate Chamber 




1 1 \.(Y* 




%• • 


House of Reoresentatives 




3 

1 


3 Ofi 
1 02 








Adiutant General 


1,300 


32 50 












Bureau of Labor : 


•""••■•• 




1 




M ine Inspector 






1 1 1 02 

1 




"12' 






State Library 






1 08 


Canal Commission 







'.'.'.'.'.'.\'.y.'.'.'.'.'. 




Sinking Fund Commission 




:::::::: 


' 




Supervisor of Public Printinjr 








8 
2 
2 


SO 


State Board of Health 








20 


State Board of Charities 







1 


20 


Law Library 







i I 




Reporter Supreme Court 














Clerk of Senate 














Clerk of House of Representatives 


' 










Af^ricultural Department 


1 










Dairy and' Food Department 1 










Buil<)ing and Loan Department 








'....A 












1 




State Board of ]*ardons 
















50 


1 00 










Board of Arbitration 
















1 j 1 




Totals 


19,100 
6,055 


$354 70 
72 21 


7 1 t7 1i 1 


45 
3 


$3 34 
26 


On hand November 15, IfXK) 


1 


1 06 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



491 



ACCOUNT, 



NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



Paste Cups. 


Cork 
Screws. 


Mops. 


Piles. 


Carbon 
Paper. 


Speakers' 
6utfits. 


Warrants, 
Blanks. 


• 

8 


• 

s 

u 


• 

a 

9 

2: 


m 

s 


a 


5 


• 

a 

9 


(A 

5 


• 

a 

c 


1 

i 

(A 

5 


• 

a 

9 

z 


• 

O 
U 


• 

a 

9 


• 

1 


19 


$1 71 


45 


$8 77 






119 
300 
317 


$0 82 
22 50 
21 30 




















35 


$117 50 






19,000 


$310 80- 


24 


4 00 











2 


$37 00 




12 


1 50 


12 




$3 75 


10 


25 00 












•#*••••• 


80,370 


791 86 














1,000 


35 00 













































































200 


10 00 

















































1 






































































































. „ _ 1 








12 








45 

1 
10 




2 








43 


$5 n 


57 


$10 27 


$3 75 


1.036 

652 
480 


$89 02 

$39 56 
5 03 


$132 50 

$3 00 
25 00 


$37 00 


49,370 

2.325 

2,805 

29,000 


$1 ,102 66- 

$184 00- 
187 00 


9 


$1 00 


29 


$4 81 




















486 60 















1 

24 



1(1 
02 
















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.. 1 


1 


SO »2 1 






















250 



8 75 












500 


20 00 






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1 


20 


1 1 1 


2 


3 50 

















1 




. ... 






2 


OR 
4 00 


1 
25 


13 
5 00 


no 1 3 16 

1 


24 2 40 1 •> 


7 00 

91 fiO 


1 

1 


$1S M 
18 50 






24 


7 '.n 


7 




• •#%••■••• 




1 27 


470 


29 71 
06 


2 1 5 nn 


11.500 
3.r)0n 


185 00 














12 


1 
2 
1 

1 


3 00 
6 50 
3 50 
2 60 






25 00 






































16 






100 


10 00 












1 
















1 1 




















1 


1 







1 
1 
2 

1 


3 00 
3 50 
6 00 
3 00 
















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1 






















1 1 25 
1 1 25 
































































, , • 


1 


25 














2 


20 
30 
















• ••••••■ 






3 













48 








































I 


13 


1 






1 

1 


2 50 

3 50 































1 






2 


24 














1 






















1 






3 


24 


2 


7 00 






50 


5 00 




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1 










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1 

12 1 

I 


1 








2 








iO $5 58 
8 13 


57 ! 

1 


$10 27 


$3 75 1.936 
1 


$89 62 

• 1 


58 
7 


$109 00 
23 50 


$37 00 


40,370 


$1,102 ae 




1 


1 I 


1 i 















-492 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 



FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1899, TO 



Prom Whom Purchased. 



Whisp Brooms. 



u 

V 

B 



o 
u 



Brushes. 



a 

9 






On hand November 15, IS99 

The Brooks Co 

The Columbus Merchandise Co. 

The Tracy-Wells Co. 

The Columbus Lithograph Co... 

C. F. Uradley Co 

Central Ohio Paper Co 

Diem & Wing Co 

The Ruggles-uale Co 

Chas. Huston 

Beck & Orr 

Schoedinger & Fearn Co 

J. S. Abbott & Co 

William Zink 



Totals. 



To Whom Issued. 



Execi!tive Department 

Department of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney (icneral 

Supreme Court 

■Clerk of Supreme Court 

Inspector of Workshops 

School Commissioner 

Board of Public W'orks 

Senate Chamber 

House of Representatives 

Adjut.int (icncral 

Insurance Commissioner 

Bureau of Labor 

Mine Inspector 

State Library 

Canal Commissioner 

Sinking Fund Commi<;sioner 

Supervisor of Public Pnnting 

State Board of Ilcaiih 

State Board of Charities 

Law Library 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk of Senate 

Clerk of TIou<;c of Representatives. 

Agricultural Department 

Dairy and Food Department 

Building and Loan Department... 

Soldiers' Claims Department 

State Board of Pardons 

Stationary Engineer's Department. 
Board of Arbitration 



Totals 

Amount on hand November 15, lOOO. 



GO 



108 
60 



$8 55 



14 04 
11 25 



120 



156 




228 



7 

50 

4 

4 

1 

18 
3 



$33 84 



$0 08 

7 50 

.56 

r^ 

10 

2 82 

30 



12 
8 
15 
2.J 
17 
3 



1 32 

80 

1 05 
6 fiO 

2 ,S8 
35 



284 



1 

110 

1 



8 
3 
2 



3 
1 
24 
11 
6 
8 



3 



20 
45 



1 
1 



10 
10 



4 
4 

3 
5 
1 



40 
60 
45 
50 
10 



101 
37 



$29 02 
4 82 



3 
17 



1 
6 



4 

8 
1 



223 
61 



$10 17 



20 50 
4 2S 



2 76 



$87 67 



$0 00 
18 00 

17 



72 
51 
84 



51 
17 
78 
70 
54 
25 



27 
85 



17 
1 02, 



86 



44 

88 
09 



17 



$80 S8 

r 14 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



493. 



ACCOUNT, 



NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



Batketi. 


Buckets. 


Dust Pans. 


Scrap Books. 


Chamois. 


• 

1 


• 

s 

u 


• 

a 

s 
Z 


• 

s 


■ 

a 


• 

S 
u 


a 

s 


• 

s 


■ 

a 

9 

z 


I 

• 

n 

5 


13 


$8 44 



29 



$7 34 


18 


$2 34 


24 


$14 04 

•«••. 


• 

159 


$04 54 




86 
36 


20 00 
16 76 


30 
17 


IS 00 
4 34 






09 


51 73 


30 
60 


15 00 








25 00 


















! 1 











■ 




1 ; i 












1 








, 






^ 












i ,. 




210 


89 60 








1 


• •••••*'■>-->-'■•-> 









24 


7 0<» 


1 





















• 








1 i 




1 













■ •■•• 


100 

1 






$2 34 


93 

7 


$05 79 
$5 60 








85 

3 
20 


$46 10 

$1 60 
10 00 


$31 68 

1 

$1 IH 

Xi 




18 


459 


130 
5 
8 
9 
3 
2 

4 

!) 

9 

31 

117 

33 

10 

1 9 

H 

10 


$104 14 

$2 40 

5S 00 













• ••••••••••• 






1 82 




2 

1 


1 (M 
5U 


2 


50 










3 20 




I 


$rj 14 


4 

1 


3 00 
75 


3 00 








1 20 




» 








80 




..... 

1 
2 
1 
3 
22 
2 

* " "s 

3 


1 30 

1 »5 

11 30 

1 00 












1 60 







1 






3 flO 




t 

5 
12 
24 


1 09 
1 25 
4 75 
(;3 










H flO 




4 


56 


41 
2 

4 
2 


26 04 

1 •-.! 

2 70 
1 20 


K 40 

5f> 80 




2 


28 



13 20 
4 00 






1 


25 


1 


3 70 




1 05 

1 75 

1 


1 






3 68 




4 

2 


1 ()0 

50 









4 00 















1 


05 











1 
3 
5 
11 
6 
I 
1 
2 
4 
3 
2 
2 


40 




1 
2 

4 


25 

50 
1 00 













1 80 











11 


* 8*25 

1... 


2 00- 










4 40 










1 


2 40 








: 




4 


3 00 


40 









! 




40 




1 
3 
8 


05 
2 15 
2 25 














80 




4 
4 


70 
1 (N) 






1 
5 

2 
3 


76 
3 75 
5 20 

1 50 

2 25 


1 00 








1 tt> 









80 




2 


1 30 


2 


50 







80 














4 




2 00 


1 
1 


25 
25 ' 

1 


1 


i 14 


5 
2 


2 00 








80 


, ^ 






1 






77' 
8 


$43 15 
2 95 


103 
3 


75 


8 
10 


$1 12 
1 22 


93 


$66,79 


461 
8 


$192 00 

184 

1 







494 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

STATIONERY 
FROM NOVEMBER 15. 1899. TO 





Red Tape. 


White T«pe. 


From Whom Purehued. 


X 
1 


i 


^ 
1 


i 


■ 
































m 


tSSDO 


'< 
















































































































JMOO 


. 




To Whom Ijsiied. 






8 


tIM 




$3 70 
























am 

Tin 








n 




















3 


M 








6? 






!^ 


u in 
s 00 





















































Datry and Food^Depurlmenl,, 
KuildinB and Loan Dcpirlincn 
Soldiers' Claim Dipanmmi... 
State Boatd nf Putddn!. 

Board or ArfaTirsiion 



On hind Nov 



STATI0N8RY ACCOUNT. 



495 



ACCOUNT, 



NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



Paper 


Pastners. 


Paper 


Weights. 


Paper Folders. 


Presses, McOill. 


Brooms. 


• 

a 

9 




• 

1 ^ 

i 


• 

1 


• 

u 

a 

9 


ua 



% 

a 

9 


• 

I 


a 

9 


5 


630 


$11^ IH 
27 OO" 


3 
3« 
20 


$4 25 
30 <M) 

:« ryi 






2 


$3 00 


80 


$10 71 








170 


21» 


$10 75 


24 


$30 <JU 


00 


$22 50 














S6 


63 (K) 




1 






• •......I 






* 1 

' 1 




............ 


•"••••••1 •■• 

1 














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1 











































1 1 




1 








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1 


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. 


0*1 
2(XJ 



10 
•1 

2 


22 50 




J 


1 






2!> 




20 
3 


$30 00 
$4 5<» 




842 

10 
234 


j $20» IS 

1 

i 

$1 SO 

62 12 
2 2?» 
2 lb 
2 (XI 


$-S (M) 


$10 75 


$01 71 

$1 50 
5 00 


21 


$.s So 


4 










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TA) 


H 














50 


1 


.. .. ^ 














I 


' ■ ■ 












5 
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1 

3 

3 

IS 

3S 
4 


1 10 


2 1 


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. 


1 









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1 


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1 









75 


1 


25 , 
27 50 1 

S4I OS ; 

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IS 






1 








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152 1 


25 
l:{ 


IS !r> 

15 «i«. 
4 .V) ! 






15 

4 


22 .50 
(»0 


75 


l(t3 






10 75 


3 1 






13 75 


•> 1 


1 




■ ••■••••I''-----'---- 


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70 
1 11 








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1 


1 












2 1 


m 

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1 


1 












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4 


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1 










• 


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1 




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1 




1 








2 

ii 
2 


50 


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1 




1 








75 


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1 












70 






1 


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' 1 1 ■ 1 


2 


•M\ 1 
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1 10 ! 

•iO 1 
1 20 

H ; 

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1 


1 


1 50 
1 








1 






1 


4 
4 


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5 


1 


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1 


1 






1 


1 00 


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1 


1 




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1 


1 


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1 50 1 

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1 


25 


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1 






1 


1 


1 






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1 




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5 ; 

1 


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2 5J» i 

1 


1 

2«i ■ 


$10 75 ! 
1 


26 


. 


108 

38 




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$113 7S I 

04 40 > 

1 


$30 00 


$51 00 
7 0^ 






1 









REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

STATIONERY 
FROM NOVEMBER IS, 1899, TO 





SpoDges, t^rge. 


SCHlL 


From Wham Purchaaid. 


1 
1 


1 




1 




7S 


jas- 


V 


$!» 






so 


















































1(U 


25 OD 












































10 


BIS 97 
< SO 

m 


MT 




To Whom lisued. 




Auditor of Slate 


soo 




























10 

g 


















li 


i eo 

11 ai 

am 






8S 










































































,5 

20 


HO 

too 
s 00 


' 
















10 






« 


3M 












8 


2«0 


ISO 


MM 
















Its 


«MW 


" 


(IMW 









STATIONERY ACCOUNT, 



497 



ACCX)UNT, 

NOVEMBER 15, 19iK), INCLUSIVE. 



Sponge«, Small. 



1 

S 

s 






8pong« Cups. 



a 



o 

u 



Pins. 



S 

9 

2; 



u 



Feather Dusters. 



a 

3 

55 



o 



Twiue. 



3 

55 



(A 

o 



2(M) 



an> i 


$10 ou 


2WJ , 


lu ou 


3l» 1 


3 00 



*m 






H72 
432 
57(1 

:n2 



HH) 



U 5() 



55«.» ; 



18 



$32 CO 



$1 «t ! 



:J02 I 



pii 21 
27 00 
44 40 
2'} CM) 




12 
24 



$2 10 . 
21 60 ; 
90 00 
SO 25 



1»4 ' t».i 2h 



3f>2 



4M 



m 00 



$20 <n i 1 .Oir2 ; 



27 


2 1)2 


12 


72 




24 i 


ir, 

1 S^i 



<•:> I 



$:l .V) I 



(> ! 



42 



30 ! 

:*) 
m ' 

?2 ' 

20^ ■ 
8 ■ 
12 ■ 
i\ 



2 10 I 

2 Ot 1. 

2 .52 ■ ■ 

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7 ST. i 

48 

81 I 

42 = 



Oh I 

lis i 

11 
1 i 
1 . 



4 H(t 
a 2<i 

07 I 
07 



12 I 



W ', 



A 



21 



22 

.'«>2 
12 

1*^ I 
12 I 
3« ' 
12<» 

12 I 

4H I 

24 I 
l.'ifl ' 
l!r2 

IS I 
12 I 
24 ■ 
30 ' 
12 I 
24 I 
24 ' 
12 I 
12 I 




$l2i» a\ 



$2 10 ; 

2.) «N» 

1 <MI I 

1 IVJ I 

1 (M) , 

2 70 [ 
14 10 I 

1 0?* • 

4 32 : 

2 04 I 
13 i»7 
10 («» 

4 :to 

3 24 
1 3!» 

1 (W ' 

2 (Ml I 

3 00 I 
1 00 • 
1 70 i 
I 8.-) 

K't 
80 
.50 






123 ! 



4 

2ii 



45N) 



1 

13 

4 

1 

1 

1 



17 

10 

4 

3 

1 



1 



28 I 



4 

o 



28 
14 
42 



14 
12 
12 
36 
10 



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1 00 

2 W) 
60 



1 
4 



$147 f*o 



$:t 30 
20 :<7 I 



1 



2 00 

1 x\ 
15 (i7 

5 •« 
75 

1 33 ' 

1 33 I 

6 52 1 
22 7s I 
11 73 ' 

5 50 ! 

4 10 ' 

1 33 
11 07 ' 

1 50 ' 
I. 



48 

6 



3!l 



42 

33 

18 

12 

117 

20 

7« 

12 

72 

78 



70 I 
5 32 I 



78 
24 



1 
7 
4 



I 



50 ! 



504 ' 
46 ! 



$21) 23 I 
3 27 '■ 



282 I 

20 ; 



$18 73 ' 1 , 420 



I 



1 28 



363 



._ (. 

$112 07 

10 64 I 



123 



1 33 
07 
5 82 



■ !. 



1 33 
1 33 



78 



$147 05 I 801 



85 ! 



en y> 



120 «H) 



886 j $222 84 



$0 2.'. 



12 «u 

1 5' I 
1 5«> 
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1 50 
11 :>') 

m ••5 

4 5«i 

1 lO 

3'J 25 

11 ..-» 

21 m 

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!•> 

17 5-2 
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10 50 
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23 70 



12 


3 00 


3 


75 


3 


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1.* 


6 


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$216 57 
6 2h 



32 S S 



498 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 



FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1899, TO 



Prom Whom Purchased. 



On hand November 15, 1800.... 

The Brooks Co 

The Columbus Merchandise Co. 

The Tracy-Wells Co 

The Columbus Lithograph Co.. 

C. F. Bradley Co 

Central Ohio Paper Co 

Diem & Wing Co 

The Kuegles-Gale Co 

Chas. Huston 

Beck & Orr 

Schoedinger- Fearn & Co 

J. S. Abbott & Co : 



Totals. 



To Whom Issued. 



Executive Department 

Department of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney General 

Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Inspector ot Workshops 

. School Commissioner 

Board of Public Works 

Senate Chamber ^ 

House of Representatives 

Adjutant General 

Insurance Commissioner 

Bureau of Labor 

Mine Inspector 

State Library 

Canal Commission 

Sinkind Fund Commission 

Supervisor of Public Printing 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities 

Law Library 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk of Senate 

Clerk of House of Representatives. 

Agricultural Department 

Dairy and Food Department 

Building and Loan Department... 

Soldiers^ Claims Department 

State Board of Pardons 

Stationary Engineer's Department. 
Board of Arbitration 



Totals 

On hand November 15, 1900. 



Knife Erasers. 



B 

a 



Scissors and 
Shears. 



B 

a 



224 
714 



10 
24' 



972 



85 

77 

20 

10 

9 

11 

5 

5 

6 

9 

226 

867 

48 

18. 

5 

12 

26 

7 

8 

12 

6 

5 

6 

4 

6 

6 

8 

I 

5 
2 

4 

o 

5 



$238 60 
645 58 



16 00 
'2706' 



$927 06 



$35 70 

65 18 

18 50 

8 86 

27 

10 12 

4 93 

4 60 

5 52 
8 61 

229 10 

342 86 

46 43 

12 62 

4 

11 



60 
94 



22 28 
6 44 

3 06 
12 24 
52 
26 
02 
68 
6 12 
6 12 
6 99 



5 
4 

t 



972 



7 

4 
o 



43 
60 
25 



3 60 



2 
5 



01 
50 



$927 08 



•22 

84 

616 

62 



127 
120 



1»081 



5 

140 

19 

15 

7 

13 

4 

6 

16 

12 

188 

328 

54 

31 

11 

6 

11 

5 

2 

8 

12 

13 

6 

3 

1 

12 

7 

19 

17 

2 

4 

4 



1,001 
30 



I 



$1S43 
09 00 

274 51 
64 00 



112 50 
75 00 



$606 44 



$3 75 

112 00 

8 40 

8 14 

2 65 

5 24 

368 

2 81 

14 67 

4 49 

100 23 

170 40 

27 55 

25 58 



7 
2 

4 

1 

1 
o 

7 

4 
4 
1 
1 



95 
99 
15 
70 
50 
96 
67 
42 
00 
93 
25 



14 50 
2 38 

15 65 

64 

1 50 
4 00 
8 S5 



$589 65 
18 79 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



499 



ACCOUNT, 

NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



Rubber Rulers. 

• 


Beech Rulers. 


Rubber Bandit. 


Matches. 

• 


Soap. 

1 




fi 

9 

z 




• 

a 

9 

z 


• 


• 

B 

9 

Z 




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a 

9 

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• 

01 

5 


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600 



REPOm OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 



FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1899, TO 





Blank Books. 


Bill Book». 

- 


• 

Prom Whom Purchased. 












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On hand November 15 16W 

The Brooks Co 

Columbus Merchandise Co. 

Tracy-Wells Co 

Columbus Lithograph Co.. 

Bradley Co 

Central Ohio Paper Co 

Diem & Wing Co 

.The Ruggles-ljale Co 

Chas. Huston 

Beck & Orr 



772 



$7 (K) j. 



The 
The 
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357 15 

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522 

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To Whom Issued. 



Kxecutive Dcnartmetn 

Department of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney ( Jcneral 

Supreme Court , 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Inspector of Workshops 

School Commissioner 

lioard of Public Works 

Senate Chamber 

House of Representatives 

Adjutant (leneral 

I nsurance Commissioner 

Bureau of Labor 

Mine Inspector 

State Library 

Canal Commissioner 

Sinking Fund Commission 

Supervisor Public Printing 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities 

Law Library 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk of Senate 

Clerk of House of Representatives. 

Agricultural Department 

Dairy and Food Department 

Building and Loan Department 

Soldiers Claims Department 

State Board of Paraons 

Stationary Kngineer's Department. 
Board of Arbitration 



7,SU 



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On hand November 15. 1000. 



5.143 
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$411 70 



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4 82 

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3 23 
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STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



601 



ACCOUNT, 



NOVEMBER 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



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602 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY 

FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1899, TO 



I«ead Pencils.' 



Prom Whom Purchased. 




On hand November 15, ia« 

The Brooks Co 

The Columbus Merchandise Co 

The Tracy-Wells Co 

The Columbus Lithograph Co 

C. F. Bradley Co 

Central Ohio Paper Co 

Diem & Wing Co 

D. C. Aaron Pen Co .• 



Totals. 



To Whom Issued. 



Executive Department 

Department of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney (Icneral 

Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Inspector of Workshops 

School Commissioner 

Board of Public Works 

Senate Chamber 

House of Representative*; 

Adjutant (Jeneral 

Insurance Commissioner 

Bureau of Labor 

Mine Inspector 

State Library 

Canal Commission 

Sinking Fund Commission 

Supervisor Public Printing 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities , 

Law Library 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk of Senate 

Clerk of House of Representatives 

Agricultural Department 

Dairy and Food Department 

Building and Loan Department 

Soldiers* Claims Department 

State Board of Pardons » 

Stationary Engineer's Department 

Board of Arbitration 



269 



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6 

1 

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Totals 

On hand November 15. 1000. 



245 
24 



11 



10 



9 
4 
9 
9 
3 
4 

11 
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2 
3 

11 
1 
8 



9 
6 
4 



6 
9 
8 
5 
8 
6 
4 



9 
6 



11,504 70 



$22 94 
340 00- 
16 35 
5 46 

5 78 
28 46 
36 » 
10 13 
19 94 

6 85 
148 79 
541 29 

19 48 
12 tB 
18 00 
10 10 
6 02 
4 06 



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8 1)2 

11 50 



264 
4 23 

15 04 
8 50 

44 11 
7 50 
2 00 



3 70 
3 00 



5 I 



$1,380 00 
124 70 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



5oa 



ACCOUNT, 

NOVEMBBR 15, 1900, INCLUSIVE. 



OfficUl Bnvelop«8. 


Carmine Pencils. 


.Pencil Protectors. 


Pens. 


Raling Pens. 

■ 


a 

B 

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9 

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504 

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1.872 


$1 45 
18 00 
67 00 


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125 
152 
18;^ 


$801 67 

m 25 

155 25 

0»40 


48 


$21 24 


17.000 


$148 00 


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48 


80 00- 






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26 00 




65.000 


885 00 




















25 


18 00 






















































60 


75 00 






















82.000 
7,000 


$628 00 
$88 00 


1,055 


$67 79 


2.808 

12 
060 


$70 46 

$0 S3 
10 20 


904 

11 
240 

13 
6 
4 
3 
6 

10 
12 
66 
K.2 
27 
24 
13 
5 


$744 57 

$8 22 

220 00 

70 

4 50 

2 98 

2 25 
8 75 
4 40 
1ft 
4 50 

70 2ft 
162 70 
20 21 
18 00 
10 25 

3 71 


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1 
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$61 2* 

$0 51 
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24 


$1 88 








24 


66 











6 
80 


54 
2 70 










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12 
06 
24 
12 
124 
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72 


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10 
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1 37 






























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24 

162 

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12 


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13 

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11 00* 






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120 00 


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504 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 

GATHERED IN MAY, 1900, AND REPORTED TO THE SECRE- 
TARY OF AGRICULTURE BY COUNTY AUDITORS. 



HORSES, CATTLE AND HOGS. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula .. 

Athens 

Auglaize . . . 
lielmoni .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont ... 
Clinton ....". 
Columbiana 
Coshocton . 
Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga .. 

Darke 

Defiance . . . 
Delaware . . 

Erie 

Fairfield . . . 

Fayette 

Franklin . . . 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga — 

Greene 

Guernsey . . 
Hamilton .. 
Hancock ... 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland .. 
Hocking ... 
Holmes .... 

Huron 

Tackson 

Jefferson . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence . . 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison ... 
Mahoning . 
Marion 



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224 
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205 
120 
801 
122 
633 
312 
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546 

1,021 
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1,210 

1,303 

1,142 

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868 

1,030 

1,256 

1,041 

1,171 

4,061 

536 

1.605 

3,044 

1,218 

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238 

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1,172 

794 

882 

1,620 

965 

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939 

722 

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1.977 

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12 
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5,640 
11.060 
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4.770 
17.005 
27. V28 

6.104 
18.597 
10,795 

4.195 

5,847 

18,221 

924 

3.669 
34.652 
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4.117 

6.116 
29.085 

6.1.53 



V 

M 



it 

8 
& 

9 



O 



2,084 
5,318 
S.MO 
510 
331 
6,592 
1,157 
3,5.*i2 
4,886 
1,396 

11,519 
3.496 
2,155 

11.806 

1.461 

3.181 

9,561 

136 

11,525 
3.437 

"U2S4 
R,52J> 
5,S87 
7.365 
2.897 
314 
l.«H)4 

10.017 
1,025 



10,262 

7,245 

.383 

5.729 

6,976 

.363 

-6.369 

2,fi92 

5.906 

399 

4,819 

3.37 

50 

16,111 

7.256 

1.272 

2.536 

15.467 

605 



CROr AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



505 



HORSES, CATTLE AND HOGS — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Medina 

Mei^s 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Maskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding . . . . 

Perry 

Pickaway . . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland — 

Ross 

Sandusky . . . 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Surk 

Summit 

Trumbull . - . 
Tu!icarawa<i . 

L'nion 

Van Wert ... 

Vinton 

Warrtm 

Washington 

Wayne 

Wiflianis .... 

W«od 

Wyandot . . . 



Totals .... 




6,751 


480 


9,000 


5,372 


14.<»21 


7,2lJ3 


1,908 


4.228 


178 


3,988 


5,507 


»,678 


3,, 383 


4 


fl,7S4 


4U8 


0,488 


6,070 


13,662 


25,18V 


6,710 


6,727 


425 


5,867 


3,870 


10.171 


12,2«i8 


1,172 


5,2ti« 


018 


7,317 


6,6iK) 


14.(V26 


7,881 


1,086 


9.1M4 


1,180 


9,667 


5,328 


16,175 


16.284 


2,228 


4.5S7 


l,o;^7 


4.70rt 


7,465 


13,2118 


6,282 


876 


7.323 


1,167 


0,066 


7,222 


14.466 


18,310 


5,736 


G,(M(3 


1,736 


s,8r»7 


10,7!I6 


21,427 


11,542 


1 1.713 


3,664 


1 JOtt 


4.808 


6.808 


13,242 


5,070 


1,448 


4,270 


311 


4.772 


2,1?2 


7, -256 


4,013 


1 171 


6.014 


115 


4,226 


3.311 


7,<i61 


10,001 


1 3,7W 


4,116 


1,072 


4,«67 


7,5.*)') 


13,6»<l> 


8.511 


3,lfl6 


«i.707 


1.356 


6.:i55 


U,7<».s 


16,470 


22,088 


8,725 


:i,2*>4 


2«l 


2.1(W 


2.H41 


5.3»1 


6,280 


462 


7.42.') 


Sir, 


14.l«l 


5.1i»5 


20,014 


6, .'WO 


61>3 


7.SI'I 


»^42 


7. .no 


7,151 


15,lU{» 


28,360 


6,826 


r..!Ki4 


l..****! 


>.272 


5.7«)7 


15,540 


28,365 


7,341 


n.i44 


.WO 


li. 110 


>.04U 


16,(hK> 


18,266 


3.013 


r..424 


2,KVi 


4.108 


7.tW) 


14.043 


17,(W7 


4.864 


7.:ui 


KW 


7.S71 


4.122 


12,^26 


18,168 


4,135 


4.»2] 


}ri 


3,Wi« 


4,14!» 


8,007 


6.:«5 


06 


7.501 


4T.i 


S.233 


6.78<5 


14,4ir2 


24.087 


3.?»56 


7. Ma 


6<51 


7.«jii:* 


o,«»12 


14.636 


17,313 


1,240 


!»..'i45 


!.1« 


14.124 


I0..vi4 


2,5,041 


18.126 


1.703 


6.IH>:> 


704 


11.713 


6.07l» 


1S,4H6 


7.28:i 


1.350 


x.i4:i 


2, .741 


10, 7W 


0,«».V) 


28.. 305 


6,044 


1,192 


6,:w) 


1 .:>i>7 


!»,K!I8 


7.4<i<; 


1«,!«51 


10,. "Wm 


1,874 


r..5s«5 


7f)4 


o.:«»2 


7.(MK} 


14,282 


26.710 


7.584 


o,.^^2 


342 


5.2:13 


4,:>i t 


10.212 


21.2<10 


7,812 


2.014 


.?M 


2.212 


3.48!» 


6,r72 


2,. 355 


60 


6.181 


76:i 


6.732 


6.410 


ll,fi05 


16,22:^ 


3.284 


6.!»01 


6.->7 


7.210 


8,:<8!? 


16.240 


, 6,200 


420 


!».li»rt 


l,4!)n 


12,008 


11,22J» 


24,7:« 


23, »W 


4.947 


6.2.'i6 


1,018 


5.<t60 


6,176 


12.244 


10,466 


5.780 


S.205 


1.507 


8,327 


5,878 


16.712 


26,»:w 


8,447 


6,628 


666 


6,732 

1 


6,804 


12.101 


19.740 


6,681 


.Wl /.i2a 


ia3,437 ' 


615,842 ' 


634,666 

1 


1.253,046 ' 


1..^30,113 


343.291 



I 



REFOKT OF SECRETARY 01' STATE. 
SHEEP AND WOOL. 





»■» 


Wool. 




1 

j 

1 

1 


Killed hr doc*. 


Iaji>i«lt.r<liiB5. 




«>«llto. 


1 

1 


1 

S ■ 
I 


i 

1 
i 


i 

1 

s 


i 
1 

■s 

1 




17,737 
N.6H 
H,B9 

W|U7 

11 

II 
11 

n'.2ii 

IS.Ml 

11 .(8S 

S:S 
S« 

Bl.SiS 

15.S78 
il.JT- 

1:| 

4.9m) 

Kt.'lM 
SO.lflB 

. *.;w 

ib',sos 
w.osn 

.1..WI1 


105 

US 

IW 

ws 

an 

lie 

IM 


tSM 
COBS 

I.UM 
1.37* 


ZS4 

lIlT 
M 

2S3 
"(1! 

1 
IM 

S2 
M 

soj 
asT 


tag 
X1S 

308 

»7 
STB 

l.SSS 

STD 

eo 

ST» 
1.826 

130 
SB 

3T3 
ISC 

MB 
E86 

lit 

37 

Mi 

m: 

*■* 


u.«n 


5'.'Siid ;:;-::;:.■;;::::: 








































gS=".;;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::: 


I2t.»> 










gSS^ei 


SO.WM 
























is 1 =i 

'■i^ i IT* 
i{5 1 IriK 

li 1 

«H S.ns" 

JSS ' 1.17S 




»l'i- 






































































1ST 

sis 

•Se 

»5 


Ml 
SIT 

'871 

i 










































IS.lTa 










tM.7na 




Muskingum 




S5 




M.BM 




™ 1 'f 


s-s 


pi£^'"^:, :::::;:::::;:*:::;:;::::::;, 



CROP AND OTH^R STATISTICS. 

SHEEP AND WOOL — Concluded. 





Shrrp. 


w„o., 




1 

1 
1 

1 
1 


Killed 


bydos*. 


iDJured 


bydof.- 




CoUOtiH. 


i 
1 


1 


1 
1 


i 

1 

i 

i 


1 

i 

1 


Pulnim 


II 


S 

i 

an 

IT.', 


!?2 

SJI 
Ml 
TW 

133 
I.WII 

1.077 


S7 
£13 

s-i 


££3 

son 
tw 

m 

tlH 

m 

r« 
gni 

tMl 

350 


«MT 




IflB 

1 


















































































'■""•"■ 


"■«" 


te3,83U 


H.m 


W.oop 











508 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS DIED FROM DISEASES. 



Counties. 



.Mrdina 

Meips 

Mercer 

Miami 

.\l >nr(ie .... 
Montgomery 

Morpan 

Morrow .... 
Muskingum 

Xohle 

Ottawa 

Paulding . . . 

I'erry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Prchle 





I>omestic animals died from diseases duriug 


\>m. 


Hosts. 


Sheep. 


Cattle. , Horses. 

1 


Number. 


Value 
(dollars,. 


Number. 

Value 
.dollars). 


Number. 


Value 
(dollars.; 


Number. 

Value 
(dollars;. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

.Ashtabula 

.Aihens 

.-\uglaizc 

Itclmoat 

Ilrow^n 

Hurler 

Carroll 

C hampaign 

'Clark 

'Clermont 

'Clinton 

'Columbiana 

Coshocton 

'Crawford 

'<."uyahoga 

Darke 

Hefiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

<iallia 

iieauga 

<ireene 

<iiiernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland 

Hocking j 

Holmes i 

Huron | 

lack son ' 

lefTerson ( 

Knox 

4.ake ( 

Lawrence ' 

Tricking J 

I -ogan ! 

Lorain I 

Lucas ' 

Madison [ 

•Mahoning ' 

Mariim I 



(Wis 


$;{,3S3 


£84 


$037 


117 


$2,474 


•w 


$3,967 


«fl 


3,314 


440 


1,770 


175 


3,389 


. 107 


6.450 


418 


2.102 


1,285 


4,815 


184 


4,006 


144 


9,187 


174 


1,169 


751 


2.-2IJ3 


328 


7,177 


117 


i 6/)f« 


111 


570 


\m 


2.082 


115 


1,946 


58 


! 3,U»3 


2,517 


11,180 


34U 


i,4n 


207 


4,726 


178 


ll.OW 


197 


1,0<J6 


1,047 


4,310 


263 


1 5.53:^ 


102 


5,54.3 


2,464 


II.IWIJ 


053 


2,:i50 


208 


4,0.51 


126 


5,955 


3,«l»6 


10, mi 


40S» 


1.804 


223 


5,732 


226 


10.860 


114 




2.055 


0.0S5 


150 


3,111 


84 


5.315 


1,-2JW 


539 


1,721 


185 


4.W5 


1 143 


7,450 


2,(i37 


10,482 


S43 


3.3.58 


181 


4,712 


2:^8 


12.625 


1,2.31 


5,283 


385 


1,510 


185 


4,800 


145 


5,S30 


2,4:i5 


'.•,750 


1.144 


3,683 


130 


3.681 


122 


5.651 


:J.'iO 


1,{»44 


2,188 


5,4.50 


321 


i 8..5n 


143 


7.270 


2«)2 


1.4S0 


3.210 


7.10!) 


220 


! 4,847 


104 


5,730 


l.Hi2 


7.1.'»1 


1 .00!) 


3.531 


148 


3.347 


07 


1 4.780 


201 


l,2S.7 


20(i 


636 


211 


1 6,5S:i 


115 


6.675 


2,538 


11,022 


'2S& 


1,231 


301 


0,610 


442 


41.763 


7.S7 


3,200 


577 


2.525 


;' 1(57 


2.033 


111 


1 5,l.-,2 


(»)6 


2. MO 


1.214 


3,!)04 


1 107 


! 4.6JK5 


104 


7.116 


1 .02S 


4.'\-)2 


4rr2 


1.206 


83 


2.238 


86 


4.440 


1 ,073 


7.22S 


oso 


2.304 


1 217 . 


1 4.r^i 


142 


7,935 


.'>,n35 


l(5.:-0<) 


5f>5 


1,812 


221 


1 V.:>2<) 


101 


! 7.236 


3,S78 


1.'>.(M4 


.')12 


1,035 


235 


5,282 


1 172 


1 7,071 


2.(134 


8.. -.40 


, 414 


1.407 


! 110 


3.088 


1 100 


7.:-'65 


40(> 




1,1-28 


3.330 


103 


3.. 5.50 


1215 


! 4.135 


177 


018 


010 


2,012 


284 


8,880 


02 


1 4.7.50 


n,14« 


30.340 


740 


2.S25 


18U 


4.s»m; 


1(50 


8.405 


u;o 


7«)0 


2,(504 


5.225 


in 


3.210 


{ SO 


1 3.0,52 


(571 


2.f»0.H 


(57 


231 


188 


4.007 


135 


4,070 


10. (XW 


.30,8<W 


OOO 


3,2.3«> 


244 


5.870 


171 


8.8.50 


1,34<'. 


.'),.')23 


404 


1,4.50 


124 


1 2.. 370 


102 


5.r25 


117 


540 


2.811 


7.411. 


\e<\ 


4.031 


118 


! 4,575 


1.130 


4.!»23 


547 


2,1(52 


427 


5.418 


701 


12.740 


l.^-S 


7,501 


l.«5Sl 


4,050 


175 


4.147 


00 


3.016 


40S 


2.30S 


845 


2.122 


150 


1 2. ('21 


83 


3,.5:5H 


2'h) 


1,404 


1,672 


4.0.58 


10!> 


3.2.54 


120 


' 0.844 


742 


2.or,«) 


1.223 


3.730 


110 


3.ir.2 


106 


(5,025 


142 


SOI 


423 


1 .00.5 


120 


! 2,305 


46 


1 ,830 


170 


001 


2.0!)5 


5.71 5 


2(11 


5.045 


(h8 


3.461 


232 


•)40 


2.3S3 


3,r>42 


481 


3.. 301 


110 


1 h,^fu 


4.S 


3(50 


445 


1.148 


.50 


1.727 


•^7 


l.»-75 


210 


880 


88 


•2.54 


404 


(5,800 


71 


3,2:5 


S.->3 


4. (>>.-> 


3.012 


8.«542 


231 


5. 4. '.(5 


103 


0..3<3 


1,(514 


iS.OOJ 


l,.'i24 


4.470 


240 


5.'i.'»0 


T14 


0.127 


134 


*.rH) 


.>(K) 


i,>«n 


175 


4.041 


1.-.3 


5 . .5.55 


2.(K)4 


7.0.30 


84 


320 


131 


3.:i*««i 


131 


7.7jr, 


s.n2 


27. SI 2 


1.103 


3,584 


210 


0.4!»3 


103 


12,.5S0 


1S4 


S80 


1 .200 


3..5<U 


170 


4.20.3 


88 


4.. 502 


1,3(M) I 


.-),0.->4 ' 


2.(W7 1 


5.3.88 


01 


2,182 


151 


8.-324 


177 ' 


1.014 


075 1 


2.. 371 


490 


5.302 


112 


0,801 


141 1 


747 


^08 


1.233 


08 


1.800 


105 


2,. 540 


13,0S.i ■ 


44.M50 ' 


;:^)0 1 


1.101 


214 


4.7r.o 


154 


7.8.05 


O.V) ! 


4.472 


128 1 


013 


182 


3.034 


120 


7.100 


20.« 1 


1.0<5S 


f570 


1.0^50 


108 


3.475 


120 


5.05.5 


1,742 ' 


!».220 


l')0 


7.53 ! 


.300 


7.010 


220 


11.22?) 


133 


0(57 


1.408 


3.110 


121 


2.008 


43 


2,7or» 


1 ,().-,« 


4,2.35 


1.318 


3.702 


222 


3.. 331 


105 


6.. 500 


224 


1.140 


2,702 


5,572 


215 


4,2.32 


110 


6.070 


l.-^O ! 


804 ! 


1,074 


2,3.38 


130 


2,422 


50 


^.185 


!),.5:)0 1 


27,310 


03 ' 


241 


108 ' 


2.. 305 


80 


4.317 


o')7 ! 


3,276 


.3a3 I 


1,046 


^ 


2,144 


80 


3,743 


203 ' 


1.3f)0 


8:« 


l.SOO 


170 


3,2«50 


05 


3.010 


2.. 370 ; 


8.0f)2 


.3}K) 


1,261 


166 


4.051 


129 1 


6.900 


74.S 1 


3,418 


107 1 


752 


05 


2.177 


88 1 


3.8.50 


lf»2 1 


1,00.) 


1,1(53 1 


3,414 


2.V> 


8 ,\\(\ 




, 6,6!«i 


S.130 \ 


1.3,657 


2fi5 1 


1,21^ 



CROP AND OTIIKR STATISTICS. 



509 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS DIKD FROM DISEASES — Concliulcd. 







» 

I>i>mc.stie aiiim.ils died from dibcajics diirnig 


i,sy.». 






Hotfs. Sheep. 


Cattlf. 


Horses 




Counties. 


1 
1 






i 




^ 




• 




« 


• 






oc 


« 




e 




•/. 






, 


w 


»• 


. 


. 


t. 






w 


a *r 


es 


hm 


« 


U 


a 


J 




S 


ue 

doll 

mbe 




6 


ue 
doll 


.8 

s 


Si? 






s 


* "' 5 


es 


s 


as 


9 


ce 






Z 


> ^ 


> 


^^ 


> 


'A 


> 



Tutnam :!,0<i7 .•»,(><« 

Richland 1'^ ■. 3.1W 

Ross 2.4:« , »,:«*1 

Sandusky 7. I'M 32.5()'» 

Scioto .'»»»5 ; 2,t*74 

Seneca ll,;i4M) 51.774 

.Shelby 3,7«J^ I 12,l«3 

Stark .>L>7 ; 'i,\M\ 

Summit 2M 1.2s<i 

Trumbull •-'-'<• 1,2W 

Tuscarawas 2.vs l .Aim 

I'nion 1 ,707 7,25'» 

Van Wert ««1 .S.(V5S 

Vinton W r.l.'> 

Warren i ' 4.47(> 22.42:? 

Washington 1<52 I.«hi«» 

Wayne I 4'»I 2.:>:t2 

William> ' .VJ:. : 2.ii21 

Wood 2.2;U» ^.«!J^• 

Wyandot fi.7<J7 3»),S17 

■ — • _' 

Totals ' 1W.20(> $i.fi2.7«7 



i,4w; 

(U 

6152 

.'{<)4 

1,44?) 

21>.'> 

1.1!)| 

1 .227 

l..'>:i^ 

4(N{ 

40:] 

«54 

1 .(H57 

I.IR') 

m\ 
1,251) 






1.44iO 
4,:J4<i 
4,«<I2 
1,«'»4 
222 

a.iir* 

U57 
4,<>2i) 
1.W4 
:J,724 

a.i.w 
4,(;:m 

1.^70 
1,258 
2.421) 
2.41)n 

4.:>:« 
:?,««« 

2.2<»7 
3,454 



I 



172 
177 
212 
14S 
1411 
210 
2iV) 
Wi 
2«) 
31)7 
2f)7 

in7 

115 

M) 

240 

2s;: 
11(> 
220 
|(« 



I 



4.115 
3,1)7h 
5,5!Ni 
3.N»5 
2,755 
5,IKi> 
5.25S 
5,.5*i(i 
(i.04^ 
7,?*ti7 
(i.()(U 
4,o.'»;t 
2,077 
1.717 
5,377 
2,m57 
fil.llo 
3.1 (Mi 
«,fl75 
2,070 



102 
144 
11)7 
127 
lAO 
207 
107 
26:i 
102 
120 

i:w 

137 

i:m 

52 
140 

173 

1»7 

211 

101 



85.810 : $242,414 i 17,5:U ■ $88}).0k7 12.152 



i),4o:> 

li,5>5' 

7.41X) 

«,:i55 

11,412 
J».<J27 

12,3!)8 
4,J»M 
6,51« 
7.721 
8,374 
0.«12 
1,71)5. 
(1,270 
2.««. 

10.5<M» 
fl.2S0 

14.700 
5,m5 



$586,73!> 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

WHEAT, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT. 



'Chimpaign .. 
Cl«k ........ 

■Ctermonl 



rg"hTand 



&"".: 



CHOP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 
WHEAT, RYE AND BUCKWHEAT — Concluded. 





D 

1 


Wh«l. 

1 


f 

i 

f 

1 




Bye. 




Buckwhrni. 


c...„... 


1 
1 

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1 
1 

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ga 


1 
J 

f 

1 


i 

1 

i 


i 
t 

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i 






«H,170 
I.Ottl,SM 

II 

in'.mt 

411 !a« 


II 


Si 

in 

S2S 

w 

100 

in 
sw 
Ji 
w 

SI 


""iw 

Mi 

J.STS 
4«4 

nw 

3 


118 

lU 

K 
UU 

«1 


3) 

oa 

S6 

1 

to 


W3 




















Richland 


»>.!10 


BIO 


Si:*:;;;;:: 


:-: 'i^ 


m 


Shrlby 


- «-2u 


BM 








Thkhimi ... 


.. ai.iw 


nui 




















W..hin»«)n .... 


" M«S 


'i.aM 


s5"::;::;;: 


M.7I1B 
..1 41.(131) 


'■s; 






Tollll 


■'l'''^'"*"' 


ji,<m,T03 


*""■*" 


IS.MB 


11.™ 


u.m 


lO.tW 


m.HM 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
OATS AND WINTER BARLKY. 



Cciluml 

Coshoc 
Criwfui 

Cuyaho 
Dirke 



iTgh^nd 



131, W 


M.JW 


















w,m3 








71S 

is 
til 


"iaisss" 

OJi. 

lao 


4Ba 

z 

47 
IS 


li 


W2 


ST 


s 


I.D4S 

1:?,! 


S 

a 


* 


1S7 




37 

iU3 
2H 


J.flK 

w 

3(11) 


im 

IS 

"1 


W 


isn 


> 


IS 


1T7 






'S 




SA 

1 



.If! ig-! ..£ 


«8 
3S 


f! " -f 


1 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 
OATS AND WINTER BARLEY— Concluded. 





0.,.. 


« 


merlKtley. 


CcnttUM. 


i 
1 


1 

s 

t 


1 
f 

1 
? 


s 


1 
1 
1 


! 
1 






1 


1- 


1 


1 


Pike 


19,115 

'i:K 

n.oai 

iS 

s.mt 


W.»l 
M4.SI* 

Ma.a;4 

'7in!;i»i 

6M.S<W 

9,477 

l,4NJM 


Be 

■if 

tlillV 

u.-M 
s.sto 

S.IM 
M.SW 


i 


i.saii 

■ so 

90 
LOTS 

M 


A 










RiEhlind 


n 


SjnduikV - 




lar;:::::::;:::::::::::::::::::: 


S4 








m 


S,OK 














m 


8. DO) 

81! 




WBihioBton 




ji 








Wood 


'i 


' 'ilo 


an 








MM. MS 


S3.tni,i»! 


1.1M.B77 


s.vrth 


.«.«S 


ISl.lM 





REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
SPRING BARLEY AND CORN. 



II 

U 






1.401 I 
1.-30 I 



w.nt 

17.431 
U.IST 

75. M7 
71,901 



5,1.470 
lft.138 
18,4S7 
30,110 



! I in.sei 



41.K4 

14!.'M4 

Sl.TM 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 616 

SPRING BAKLEY AND CORN—Couclnded. 





Spring iMKley. 


Corn. 










t 


■£ 






S 




1 






1 


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1 




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1 


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0. 


Is 






g 


4 


f 


£5 




i 


& 


< 


g 


« 








u'.fta 


ira.BTfl 


31 Ml 








































ti'sil 


I'isVlS 














„! 
























































ai''«i 




















































^ 


iHi 


S'S 


'"a'iS- 








































TH.HU 




















R.OZfi.aK 


I11.1M.200 













REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

'MEADOW AND CLOVER. 



Alhcns ... 
BefmoDt .. 






ssisofi 



8.m ' aoi 

8,791 I S,211 

u.ssr S.106 

3.4^ I 112 



CROP AND UTHEK STATISTICS. 

MEADOW AND CLOVER — Concluded. 





Mcmdow. 


CloTcr. 




P 


i 




t 


f 






1 


1 




} 


1 


S 




h 


1 


^. 


I 


1 


ii 














IE 






■s 


■ E 


1 


li 


H 




< 








iS 






n-H 


-, ano 






„ 


I KM 
















































































































l.VVl 






M.JUl 




IS.GST 






















































































































Sl.iH 


is.riw 


li'Sw 


ai'JoB 


t ffil 






































18,M7 


M.Tai 




20. lis 


T.eea 








ToUli 


i.nn.OTS 


1,W!,8H. 


Tm,i09 


■ iie.Mi 


sso.Trr 


M7,I1W 



618 



REFOKT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TOBACCO, FLAX AND IRISH POTATOES. 



Counties. 



Adams 
Allen 



Ashland 

Ashtabula . 
Athens .... 
Auglaize . . 
Belmont ... 
Brown .... 

Butler 

Carroll .... 
Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont .. 
Clinton .... 
Columbiana 
Coshocton . 
Crawford . . 
Cuyahoga . 

Darke 

Defiance 
Delaware . . 
Erie 



Fairfield . 
Fayette .. 
Franklin 
Fulton . . 
Gallia .... 
Geauga . . 
Greene . . 
Guernsey 
Hamilton 
Hancock 
Hardin .. 
Harrison 
Henry ... 
Highland 
Hocking 
Holmes . 
Huron .. . 
Jackson . 
Teflfcrson 
Ki 



.nox 



Lak< 



Tobacco. 



B 

m 



2,651 



I 
1 

p. 

•3 

a 

£ 



PUx. 



a 
o 

OD 

U 

< 



2,131,862 



9 

13 

606 

4,614 

1.163 



61 

280 

8.006 

91 



I0,l>66 
6 



2.600 

11,560 

704.462 

4,534.064 

1.029.686 



56,262 

222,836 

2.476.082 

74,624 



10,451,175 
3.060 






V 

M 

a 
n 



i,4n 



15 



88 



11 
11 



22,273 



Irish potatoes. 



a 

.-« 
a 

09 

% 



1,365,600 



27 
90 



25 



250 



100 
13S 



400 



832 



600 
116 
202 



32 



Vi 



11 



114 
1 

IS 



150 



721,720 



489,975 

99.085 

189,270 



26 



343 



1 
16 



100 
33.(t50 



23 



195 



7,800 



70.848 

2,000 

16.700 

178 



283 



1,718 



25 



I 



Kii 



201 

•2(? 

3S 

:i.4SS 

f.l.-) 



75.210 



72 
30 



Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lornin 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion . 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery ' 14, .332 

Morgan 44 

Morrow 

Muskingum I 

Noble ' (522 

Ottawa I 

Paulding ' fl ' «,».'»<) 

Perry I 4 I 2,000. ., 

Pickaway .,,.,.,...••/*.. I | . . .* \ 



287,300 



10 
774 
600 



31 ,875 



-. I 



223,!»«<i 

23.JM.)0 

30.rtO0 

3,fl4(».5*.'> 

728,. 'il 5 

la.rtDi.rwi 

23.K'>2 I 
I 



32'> • 2,719 



55.400 



I 

52 

1 



10 

204 

7 



1.006 



8 



1!) 



642,144 



X 



227 

818 

954 

8,801 

474 

85!) 

1,049 

523 

920 

714 

396 

765 

1,499 

617 

1,945 

1,978 

1.415 

7,018 

1,284 

1,129 

636 

3,149 

1,243 

107 

1,538 

1.229 

319 

2,907 

711 

533 

3,645 

1,211 

1,131 

537 

1,106 

383 

721 

847 

1,467 

305 

630 

596 

2.111 

287 

1.317 

503 

2,123 

3,101 

315 

4,492 

840 

2.535 

750 

5.Hi> 

838 

1.551 

1,284 

517 

947 

9,30 

748 

0)17 

551 

75H 



I 



9 



\ 



18 
61 
98 

236 
33 
46 

• 90 
24 
63 
63 
27 
49 

eo 

37 

184 
86 

109 

551 
90 

106 
31 

263 

84 

6 

68 

131 
15 

228 
51 
42 

263 
88 
70 
82 

100 
20 
64 
79 
96 
17 
68 
44 

155 
20 

106 
25 

186 

280 
15 

172 
68 

216 
42 
31 
71 

121 
72 
38 
82 
67 
52 
34 

155 
5" 



701* 

029 

509 

789 

666 

914 

668 

745 

276 

610 

485 

356 

744 

002 

634 

070 

739 

647 

034 

318 

619 

408 

051 

651 

766 

068 

205 

170 

225 

216 

909 

728 

502 

977 

657 

043 

579 

833 

619 

637 

241 

286 

542 

039 

814 

702 

144 

703 

586 

425 

585> 

759 

305 

835 

413 

005 

305 

204 

940 

285" 

563 

506 

748 



\ 



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a 



< 



ITS 
81& 



'« 



1,012 



1,01& 
500 



457 
1,907 



^\a<5fi> \ 



1.480 

6.870 

1.8S& 

1.167 

520 

8,382 

1.207 

58 

1,522 

2,225- 

227 

8.229 

401 

507 

3,240 

1,231 

910 

317 

I,09& 

812 

722 

734 

1,475. 

261 

563 

610 

2.032 

.321 

1.369 

543 

1,971 

2.890 

.362 

1.90a 

837 

2,35> 

5?»5 

610 

855. 

1.310 

l.31«> 

420 

P29> 

740 

054 

542- 

OIS 

T2S 



CBOP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 519 

TOBACCO, FLAX AND IRISH POTATOES— CoiiclBded. 





TObVKO. 


„„. 


...P.U.™ 


Qoaatitt. 


i 

1 

i 
< 


i 

■a 

•s 

1 


i 


i 
1" 

1 


1 
■5 


i 


1 
1 


1 

t 

1 




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•s 










































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"!-S 


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M 








































































































































































M7 


JW.TIO 


ISl 


i.m 


W.IW 


1,817 
1.141 


«I 


m 


MS 






























































la.ui 


"■•"■'" 


,.«, 


«.w, 


1.8M.T81 


11B.MI 















REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

SWEET POTATOES, ONIONS AND BROOM CORN. 





«•«' potatots. 




b™„™™. 


CouDlle*. 


1 

i 

< 


i"- 

i 
1 
1- 


1 

! 


i 

I 

1 


i 
1 


1 
1 




H 


9rs 






8 






M 


M.OS? 
230 






a 


4.4M 














" 


3lfi 


















2 


S60 
27 

-so 

IB, 070 

271 






■n 


l.TSO 


























% 












35 


1 










i 




















e 

k 


MS 
7.94J 

ss 

10 


\ 


2.260 

1,480 

' PO 
1,999 


S 
IB 






















6,<» 






a^ 


















'^ 


19S,«W 










\ 








a 


■1 


















3H 


'SM 


















1 


% 






S8S 

3 

S 


MS 

100 

' 70 

i:2« 








a,BM 






n 




























^ 






1 


M 












1.196 

s.sss 
' es 


\ 


















**'So 












1 




















is;* 


...!'.!*'.. 






1 


too 




1 


«» 


Fickawty 








CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 
SWEET POTADOES, ONIONS ANIJ BROOM CORN— Concluded. 





""""""""■ 


.,.,.... 


.™..«.. 


CMulM. 


s 

1 


1 

1 


i 

1 

s 
1 


i 

1 
1 

1 


i 
t 


1 
s 

11 

ii 
r 




l«6 

i,ai7 

£8 


IS 


MB 














«;■■ 


t 






27 












is 








Sciolo 




2M 




1% 


*J 


'J:SS 


f'^^.- 




•^ 














tj"* 


"1 














i 






a» 


IBT.STB 










i.ooo 




» 


l.UT 
W.WO 




1 












"• 


H.Oll 


a.m 


Mi.a» 


WT 


«M,tn 





REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

SORGHUM, MAPLE AND BEES. 





SorgliUTB. 


„ 


■ plE Produ 


„.. 


Bcc4. 


„...,„ 


i 

1 


i 
1 

1 


i 

1 

1 

3 


III 


1 
1 

1 

1 


! i 
I 

1 
1 


i 
1 


1; 
f 

i 

1 


Ad 




M 


II.IIU 


M),058 
1,888 

>r,«63 

S,9Il 

8,801 

7in79 
dts 

31.915 

am 


50 


135 
9,530 

laisra 

2,ffl7 

"sun 
1.005 

»;u7 

18,573 
«,B09 

75 
3,381 

S,1W 

aw 

111. OKI 


731 

lis 

SS8 

■f 

MS 

STfl 

108 
807 

305 

ess 

098 

sas 

98 




S!.i-:;:::::: 






as 

18 
12 




i.esi 
7,ms 

eIios 

2B7 
l,iS8 

S5T 




as 




















7,202 
50 

loisjB 

880 
33° 




as-"" 






^ 






'!:3r 






87 


, ii 


IB 








la 


t:S» 


Fiirfitld 






u 




fSS" 






iw 


131.957 
1,835 

4«0 










1 




210 
*,W7 




teSlS ■.■■■.■:: 

Hancock 


1 


S.S11 

lo.nso 

5,as» 


2,010 

"1 


an ,0^1 
Toiiss 

W.U7 
W.(H1 

300 
8.1. 1,W 

nslsii 

ads 
'rr* 

'aw 


li^" ■•■■■■■ 


i'i« 


gjij 




?-s 


K 


M7 


1:^ 




** 


Jackson 

fc:-",.::,-v. 






en 

It ,680 
14. (to 

105; 713 
39, B« 












IdHrmcc 


^ 


7M 


M.im 
'mi 

337 
03 


T,m 










3;n 






8,78* 




188 












M 




l.lil 








5flll.G3» 




Bit 

1 

i 


,,s 


T,TM 

wins 

s.'iiin 

n7i 
in.aio 


















10 






25i 


IS.IIS 








330 










S.W5 


6.S1S 




&v^:::;::;. 






no 








-rTiSr. :::::::: 











CROP- AND OTHER STATISTICS. 
SORGHUM, MAPLE AND BEES — Concluded. 





aorghum. 


M.pl.r Produeis. 


Bct>. 


Coantlea. 


1 

i 
1 


i 

1 

■a 
1 
1 


i 
1 


m 


i 

1 

i 

i 
I 


i 

1 
J' 

3 


■s 


1 

1 
1 






13S 


1I,U57 
7.483 


ils73 
r,si5 

S.V51 


..S 


l,»u 
s'.nm 

"is 


sai 




gS^-:;;-::- 


\ 


Oil 


i;r^"" 


•» 


(Ul 




aw 
as 






SIS 












Trumbull 


M 


i.tw 

IS 


ma 


ins 


J>n W«t 


W 




so 




VVuhinglon ... 


m 


t.ssi 

KM 
Iff) 






S.SNT , W.IIW 


Si.^ 






Wyindoi 


17 


m 




*.1M 1 12,072 


ssn.-i.-i tn.fM.isi 


..i.m 


(«.*17 


*-,m 


l.ftK.Blo 



REPORT OF SECRETAKV OF- STATE. 
EGGS, MILK, BUTTER AND CHEESE. 







Egg.. 


Milk. 


..„„, 


Cheese. 


CounliM, 


1 
1 

1^ 


1 


1 
1 

k 
r 


1 

ii 

11 


k 
II 

Is 


1 

Ii 

£ 


1 
Is 


\ 

■1 

] 
\ 


dam, 


873, tM 
tHJOU 

158. 8;i 

S:ffi 
S« 

ek'.usi 

718,775 

TM.m 
5(»l»i 

8*8,43* 

sMioes 

Me,TS3 

ssa.wi] 

S:!!! 

SB 

B7s.ei0 

as 

■e77lj4S 
617, T2B 
382.008 
470.281 

Bia,fl.w 

MZ,a7< 

im'.m 

835'ell 

mlm 
at'.mt 

187,857 

aa'.m 


800 


Gll5,10fi 
10B.SM 

sog.BTo 

IS.SM 

508, aw 

m.m 

Ul!(:28 

•fl 

s.m'.m 

-•si 

i.aa'.ix 
soluo 

7s:i6a 

W,8BB 
1.880 

iiioss 
i.oiiltw 

S07;flll 

i.m'.ois 

71,070 

ilsso 

tB,BS6 
SO, 895 

67 law 


687,073 

7S0.8Si 
142,820 
1SS.677 
713,571 
685,008 
587,078 
580.488 

Losolwi 

71b;7B8 

77l!tSS 

615, MS 
273.861 

i.m'.m 

802,065 
988,109 

817;058 
Bie.DBO 
280, s« 

308,021 

37o|ds4 

280.318 

t.SW.OBO 

lis; 78* 
.187.252 
4B«,iBfi 

sioisss 

888,907 
400.8*6 










n'.m 


lollSs 
12;006 










i;^ 


3,880,711 




. u'.egi 

19,800 
70:730 

4S4131Q 

eel 770 












utl" 




to, 506 

*!»so 

1,800 




2,100 


















4S.1K 


43,063 
188 




SSs^-:-;;;;;:; 


38*.a3a 








5,000 

k.632 
200 




S^!^cV 
















iS 


85 












^ 






10,000 

ISO 


301820 










*oa 
iioio" 






200,010 


2 1«8 00» 






t.SK 


is, HO 

73,573 








10,790 














96,206 
78,500 
















JSi'«,d ■::::: :::;:: 


































SISBS 


ii.ioo 

8.800 








iis 










32.«a 












900 


wo 

13.660 

100,598 

WO 

too 

30.200 








'"■ins 


miito 
ilooo 




17,208 
808 

"Biiiii" 
sliw 

150 


















on 000 






5)0.298 


8,800 






400 






103 list 

bI-oo 

10,300 






88,110 


lis! 008 
!,800 








onlBomery 












Is 






j!soo 












ulding 




1,700 






1:^ 











CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 625- 

EGGS, MILK, BUTTER AND CHEESE — Concluded. 





&»>. 


Uilk. 

s 

1 

J! 

M 


BulUr 


Chee« 


1 


1 


P 


1 

1 


i 

St 


1 

1 


li 




est, COS 

ETS.OH 
SiS..W 

I.ISOISST 

§4i.«ra 

-HM« 
ETS.liS 
821. 4M 

eu.SH 

awitii 

i.oosisto 
7s»;bJ7 

0M.W1 




aM;M7 
m.ouo 

m.an 

IM.IU 
1M,V» 

IS.BOO 

H4.4UB 

i'.iao'.Ki 

S,Mi) 
Ul.SOO 

ar.iOO 


SM.IU* 
(HT.OW 

tra.aai 

471I.SS1I 


IdO.HM 








Mi' 

ue,7»E 


isltso 






















w.ow 
»!toq 

WO.llK 








I8.MS 


m 










so' 


110, wo 

1,000 
31, <M 

w.a)u 












































xImo 


iBT.nTB 








MJM 












87,S« 


aon 














Tolal. 


«, 378, 116 


»t.0« 


*o.»o.Bao 


«s.«i.aM 


s.Mi.§ea 


1,«0.S18 


la.wa.BM 



KEPOKX OF SECRETABV OF STATE. 
ORCHARDS. 



High^ni 



CttOP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 

ORCHARDS— Continoed. 









o.h. 


^., 








Apples. PnchcK. 


PMfl 


1 ^^^_^ 


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1 

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1 

i 
I 

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1 

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i 

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n 


i 

i 


i 

1 




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linos 


lis, 019 

II 
II 

(fi'.m 
fir, MS 

308.881 
288. TW 

Ti'.iia 


no 

l.*OT 

1 

17(1 




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1M,«M 


■,m 









KEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
ORCHARDS — Continued. 









0,cb 


rds. 










Tie. 


Plum.. 


»",;: 


■mail 








Caantlei. 


1 
1 


i 

1 
I 

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1 


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i 
1 
I 


1 
1 


1 
1 
1 
1 

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10 


£31 

w* 

aa 

1,333 

33S 

l,tS4 

m 

B25 
OSS 

ws 
ins 

10 
30 
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1 




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i 

109 






36 
15 






























SI 

S3 


34 










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1,033 
Ml 

IT 
83 






















11 


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lU 










33 


































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as 


IS 

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IS 

sa 

333 

S3 
SB 










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1 






















18 
6£ 

J 

18 


















303 
1,6»S 

1.010 

82 

050 
»0 


18 
60 

IS 


140 

m 

Sffl 














































































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Picl«w.y 


• 


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1,T«S 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 
ORCHARDS — Concluded. 





Or...rd.. 




Ch^rric. 




m.. 


0.h«,,i..ll 






i 




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^ 


ConnllM. 


% 


V 


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19 












1,803 


M.M7 


i.ftis 1 s>.m 


7,206 









REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 
GRAPES AND WINB. 





Grapes and winr. 


CaaaOiM. 


1 


II 


1 
1' 

1 


1 
1^ 






1,161 




am 




soo 


lo'.m 


















! 


84 


D,MS 
101,600 

88^270 

son 

!1:E 

8, 4a), MO 

' 'boo 

U.8M 

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3,M0 






















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2 










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3(1.480 
'lOO 

iBlaao 

2, MO 










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1 
















ISO 














e'.m 

1.000 








4 












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CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



681 



GKAPES AND WINE — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Grapes and wine. 



ii 

< 



a 

fl 

0( 



1*2 

9 fl 

a >^ 
2? 



& 



go 



£ 



1 
S 

«^ 

a 

o 



o 
O 



Pike 

Portage .... 

Preble 

Putnam .... 
Richland ... 

Ross 

Sandusky . . 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit .... 
Trumbull . . 
Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert .. 

Vinton 

Warren . . . . 
Washington 

Wayne 

Williams ... 

Wood 

Wyandot ... 



2 
8 



12 
2 
7 
1 
1 



6 

4 



8 
4 
1 



20 

17 
6 

20 
7 

22 

11 



21 

6 

85 



13 

25 

23 

8 



% 



850 
8,250 
20,210 
61,003 
24.G75 
20,120 
17,400 

400 
41,0K{ 
22, OSS 
22,0113 

000 

21.300 

50,280 

19,050 

0,260 



50 

520 

50 

3,107 

305 

192 

1,830 

34 

2,203 

800 

080 

24 

90 

4,412 

2.:i53 

828 



6 
1 



% 



10 



4 

1 

9 

10 

81 

2 



3,700 

300 

57,020 

62,502 

248.021 

17,900 



05 

120 

2,411 

1,392 

3,304 

800 



ToUls 



1,006 



18,629 



81,127,743 



489,060 



.\ 



582 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LANDS OWNED IN 1899. 



Countiea. 



I^nds Owned in 1899. 



t 


J> 


9 


8. . 


I 


on 


« 


es 


<M 


1*4 


o , 


o 


^'9. 


u 


^^ 


^s 


§•? 


i» 


s3 


d.M 


t, 


Z 


01,817 


97,875 


140,456 


23,792 


14<i,499 


29,581 


132,017 • 


126,336 


50,056 


111,8-23 


136,024 


23,488 


87,598- 


140,750 


111,267 


109,412 


135, ark) 


24,327 


77,858 


■ 98,056 


144.767 


41,032 


12!), 216 


34,880 


112,522 


<'6.929 


134,475 


5:i,81»0 


135, W9 


74,698 


94,051 


141,827 


131,711 


.iS,\Hl'2 


f«<>,640 


55.0(52 


255,070 


25.748 


133jn3 


16,571 


199, •M)2 


09.238 


fi6,540 


17,544 


35.082 


94,134 


100,551 


83.074 


144.508 


61,603 


120.555 


17,-316 


70,Ofi7 


117.124 


71,717 
1 52.438 


95.25XJ 


39,4U> 


•67,512 


149.. 823 


5<1,031 


21.4n3 


1S5.5<{7 


?9.256 


14«».843 


S2.G91 


5S,255 


112,619 


14S.O()5 " 


' 7,631 


113.536 


123,(k;2 


43.212 


96.586 


108,908 


Ct\,iyj2 


164.011 


64.910 


47.138 


100.050 


80,019 


89,53(» 


110.142 


117.525 


45.355 


28.739 


41,203 


.56,555- 


156,3<'>6 


163.<539 


144,611 


48.989 


127,645 


77,339 


76,152 


8,710 


110,407 


61 ,885 


05,753 


.52,940 


110,951 


,50.4.52 


131 .61 J 


65,481 


63,082 


91,148 


152.471 


22.(K)6 


152.193 


8,730 


74,436 


112,989 


170.410 


17,610 


50,(R;7 


12(5,911 


115,181 


66,467 


98.019 


202.991 


5f{.426 


1.54,224 


27,366 


15,945 


121,187 


7.705 


r.o.8>^4 1 


101,457 


147,573 1 


78.724 


65,018 1 


42.785 


24,316 


8I,00S 


176.157 ' 


28,145 ' 



bo 




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o 


« 


«M 


4; 


o 


o 


u . 


cd 


V 




^ 


o 


P 




^'6 


3 ? 


o o 


z, 


H 


27,947 


289,757 


1,4(M) 


198,690 


3,753 


213.922 


4,186 


308,108 


7.988 


201,502 


1,457 


198,360 


14,255 


270,009 


11,308 


258,994 


10,468 


189,5.39 


5.(556 


2i)7,508 


2,416 


211.431; 


3,297 


185,220 


21.2:^3 


222.009 


3,427 


216,530 


6,69*'. 


252,741 


4,907 


286,299 


2,(515 


204,995 


5,749 


175,509 


7,521 


337,163 


1.(1(16 


195,745 


3,090 


298.614 


4,894" 


118,188 


9,074 


167,694 


2,473 


200,089 


7,?M>2 


230,315 


1,280 


175.794 


14,197 


232,951 


1,496 


205,954 


5,51»| 


222.516 


4,795 


260,. 5,37 


6.213 


88,794 


2,217 


272.160 


1.783 


211 ,082 


2,645 


lfK»,784 


2,9S3 


190,009 


6.104 


283,061 


9.641 


189.555 




213.368 


3.799 


263.262 


9,184* 


176,616 


4.308 


209,941 


2,227 


268.580 


3,290 


91,392 


22.341 


157,589 


4,726 


365,031 


2.103 


228,778 


2.619 


333,242 


3,171 


102.582 


1 .495 


184,818 


1,634 


171. 04« 


5,38 


179,761 


993 


226. 1,W 


6,139 


190,678 


4,613 


225,959 


3.142 


179.858 


19,583 


251.5,37 


8,548 


219,201 


7.851 


225,199 


2,126 


£16.615 


8,925 


356,552 


2.971 


240,039 


4,454 


59,17« 


5.433 


165.458 


8.196 


193.534 


8,413 


265,«0« 


18', 31 6 


181,431 


6.1.51 


152. 46«. 


8,506 


244,043. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland .... 
Ashtabula .. 

Athens 

Auglaize — 
Belmont .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont . . . 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .. 
Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga . . 

Darke 

Defiance .... 
Delaware . . . 

Erie 

Fairfield . . . . 

Fayette 

Franklin ... 

Fulton 

(lallia 

(icauga 

(irccnc 

Guernsey . . . 
Hamilton ... 
Hancock ... 

Hardin 

Harrison . . . 

Henry 

Highland ... 
Hocking .... 

Holmes 

Huron 

iackson . . . . 
efTcr<;on . . . 
^nox 

Lake 

Lawrence . . . 

Licking 

I'-ogan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison .... 
Mahoning .. 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

^!iami ..•..., 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding ... 

Perry 

Pickaway 

I'ikc 

Portage 

l»reblc 



72,818 
33,042 
34,089 
45,564 
31,(J:io 
37,391 
33,46(5 
27,(Xi7 
19.378 
25,938 

17,fi27 
21,325 
24.7.38 
35,508 
45,514 
31.737 
15,049 
48,824 
44,2.55 
26,321 

9,210 
29,401 
13.{;^U 
16.302 
27,6:iO 
31,563 
37,451 
25,(;6<< 
38.407 

5.537 
45.120 
2(5.765 
26,2(55 
31 ,6(50 
40.:i89 
40.086 
36,101 
29,612 
20,244 
35,184 
38,(586 
14.008 
37,490 
40.. 300 
.33,075 
25.63!) 
14.549 
10,941 
20.719 
17.820 
28,0.52 
30.309 
46,809 
15.793 
44,529 
22,6.33 
31,370 
32.841 
46,617 
26.418 
11,411 
31,133 
22,J«)7 
20.8fW) 
55.312 
.37.391 
31.835 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



688 



LANDS OWNED IN 1899 — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Putnam 

Richland . . . 

Ross 

Sandusky ... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull . . . 
Tuscarawas . 

Union 

Van Wert .. 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington , 

Wayne 

Williams ... 

Wood 

Wyaiidot — 

Totals. 



Lands Owned in 1899. 



1 

3 


3. 


1 


bo 

a 


« 










1 


*** 





'S 


•s 


1 


11 


1. 


i^ 


H 


^ 9 


as 


§8 


is 


2^ 


0W 


9<M 


" 


o o 


S5 


5c 


^ 


z 


H 


Kij.fMi:) 


19,781 


30,005 


3,682 


228,071 


IW.KHi 


37,U85 


44.601 


4,027 


255,160 


nu,744 


88.501 


40,506 


13,430 


208, HK) 


140, UTO 


20.438 


23.058 


5,014 


100,080 


bl.510 


fl«M«o 


100.638 


31,704 


370,042 


203,517 


S1,21'J 


37.806 


1,705 


274.427 


14;<,575 


21.212 


20.0ir2 


7,177 


201.056 


1U3.71U 


44,150 


27,035 


6,155 


271,059 


ir»,«2«» 


ft2,«50 


18,087 


7.060 


198.634 


i:K),a3» 


141.<.o2 


43.&41 


3,(t50 


810.021 


122,S.VJ 


114.211 


30,574 


10,003 


287,577 


12!>,!»«» 


«2..'>»1 


25.304 


1.004 


210,055 


144,02.^ 


1.5.373 


4.->,213 


1.058 


2i)6.5<{0 


:w.873 


80,157 


45,857 


6,t)s2 


108,lNtO 


1M7.!>24 


37,2S7 


24,472 


5.045 


^I6,(«8 


1(HJ.51!> 


137,r,01 


5I.57»< 


16,542 


31.'). 140 


212.2«;7 


:>3.!>ft;J 


30,. VJ? 


6,311 


2J»2.128 


i:x.()«> 


54,oi:j 


27,072 


1.484 


221 .258 


lf«,448 


24.f»24 


:^0.K30 


2,831 


252.042 


142,12.=> 


42.(113 


2:i,iiKi 


1.030 


2(K»,73l 


10,230,860 


6,S41».010 


2,H17,500 


505,451 


10,471,020 



634 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMMERCIAI, FERTILIZERS. 



Cdmmercial fertilizers. 



Cotintiefl. 




Adams 

Allen 

Ashland . . . . 
Ashtabula . . 

Athens 

Auglaize .... 
Belmont .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont ... 

Qinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .. 
Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga . . 

Darke 

Defiance . . . . 
Delaware . . . 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin . . . . 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hamilton ... 
Hancock . . . 

Hardin 

Harrison . . . 

Henry 

Highland ... 
Hocking . ... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson .... 
Jefferson . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence . . . 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning . . 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding ... 

Perry 

Pickaway ..., 



3,574.714 
443,040 
2,697,880 
4.290,050 
1,790,700 
394.450 
1,913,426 
4,079,875 
1,064,300 
1,678,780 
2,601,482 
1,341,070 
1,205.660 
1,514,200 
8,962,220 
1.891,700 
1,511,020 
4,470,300 
1,997,157 
67,200 
1,189,850 
1,460,350 
4,186,150 
1,829,450 
723,500 
125,380 
2,318,660 
2,626.425 
850,250 
2,039,340 



738,800 

279,300 

897,780 

72,240 

3,300,780 

2,357,840 

1,702,830 

4,068.079 

2,380,320 

1,151.650 

8,224,630 

1,743.790 

554.190 

3.853.490 

1,215,056 

2,192,506 

250,510 

«173,945 

2,574.465 

831.100 

669.380 

2,762,590 

178,150 

2,298,280 

4.850.551 

3,326,597 

2,368,800 

2,745,410 

8,513,910 

1.259,816 

5.700 

1,700 

8,885,460 

2,244,2jOO 



$36,554 

4,184 

26.686 

520.630 

15,716 

8,721 

19,016 

19.651 

11,074 

16,367 

23.898 

15.519 

11,842 

16.956 

39.307 

15.720 

14.420 

41.070 

18,075 

075 

12,215 

12,826 

38,643 

13,346 

8,709 

1,197 

20.205 

28.609 

5,723 

19,428 

779 

11.969 

3.999 

9.372 

1.083 

82,015 

21,174 

17.984 

59,964 

21,694 

75.520 

20,152 

14,356 

6,014 

34,226 

11.434 

25.240 

1.646 

1,559 

53,066 

8,136 

64.476 

26,541 

2.139 

18.092 

22.124 

84.288 

23.639 

21.916 

34.860 

12.050 

$0 48 

26 

35,160 

2S»C15 



2,106,850 
79,900 

1,069,690 

2,814,407 
458,400 
51,400 
681,400 
996.120 
90,600- 
497,848 
429,00a' 
263,60tf 
474,211 
308.200* 

2,Q10.46(V 
641,02a 
431. 89& 

2.189.30O 
173. 18S 
26,900 
036.650 
209,217 
630,247 
678,475 
129,800 
87.020 

1,907.490 

2.061,400 
288.500 
860,200 



106,500 
182.200 
166.100 
17.600 
786.640 
863.800 
870,400 
1,225.730 
1,024.000 
48Q«6^ 
79t;64^ 
770,600- 
SU,540 
067. 5Q0 
45.700- 
'117,050 
43.000 
47.800- 
1,640,896 
6.40O 
3.244.226- 
1,299,060* 
25,800 
536,100 
1,085,200 
1,299,090 
767,600 
1,041.660' 
1.818.680 
406.612 
200- 
1,200 
1,863,000* 
760,850» 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



535 



COMMBRaAI, FERTILIZERS— Concluded. 



Oomitlct. 



Commercial fertiliscn. 



I 

1 



■3 

a 



£ 



I 



0^ 



•«■ go 



S 



J! 

b« 

•0 

:S0 

2 



Pike 

Portage .... 

Preble 

Putnam .... 
Richland . . 

Ross 

Sandusky .. 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit .... 
Trumbull .. 
Tuscarawas 

l^nion 

Van Wert . 

Vinton 

Warren .... 
Washington 
Wayne .... 
Williams ... 

Wood 

Wyandot . . 



Totals 



2,773.360 
8,686,700 
6,092,860 
2,800 
8,640.405 
3,608.680 

668,700 
3,083.800 
3.006,034 
1,476.800 
3,253,026 
8,445,000 
8.251.162 
1,706,576 

570,575 



1,097.600 
078.600 
6,170,610 
6,616,148 
236,000 
726,040 
710,600 



23,465 
60,320 
64,392 
30 
23,720 
26,088 

7,080 
80,472 
81,802 
16,137 
86.060 
81.780 
87.621 
17,011 

6,756 



15,472 
0.647 
43.806 
60.238 
2.280 
4.036 
6,726 



178,020,048 



12,290,188 



800,000 

2,485,346 

1,006,000 

400 

008,000 

604,180 

222,000 

1,884.500 

752,700 



1,068,048 

1.288.260 

2,166.810 

410.000 

125,000 



732.100 

807.800 

1,823,880 

.8,869,40d 

25,800 

46,400 

76,800 



68,801,060 



■l , 



X 



REPORT OF SECRETARY 01' STATE. 



TABLES OF COMPARATIVE STATISTICS AS COMPILED BY 
THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. 



Allen 

Aibubula ... 

Belmont .'.'■'. 

Brown 

Builer 

CuToll 

Champiifn . 
Clark 

Cuyahoga '.V. 

Darke 

Defiance .... 
Delaware .... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

FtMiklin ■.'.'.'.' 

Fulton 

Callu 

H™oek ..'.'. 

Hardin 

HarriHjn .... 

Henrv 

Highland ... 
Uocking 

Huron .'.'.'.'.'. 

St:;;;- 

L»kc 

Lawrenct ... 
L^^lt^B 

Lucu* .■.■.'.".".'. 

MadiMn .... 

St^'"' ■■■ 

Medina '. 

S^ 

Miami .'.'.'.'.'. 
Montgomery 
Morg«. ..... 

Mu^iagum 

Noble 

Otuwa 



mm 



304.058 
WOJWS 





818 








































!!!; 


£86 




382 


ra 


"M 








































5» 


'is 




210 














llfl 




^ 












rw 


ifs 


















































wo 


189 



132 .tM 
6im[80« 



150,381 
m!021 






i«e.s6s 

.,128,331 
364. ilS 



431.39* 

107 Isn 

G60,2» 

iM.cei 



ll-l'lll 


92 .377 




























E17,3U 






































474,127 





CHOP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



Conn tin. 




















WJ, 


1S9S. 


vm. 


ISM. 


!!»-.. 


IHH. 


imt. 




I^BldiBB 


T4.fiS9 


SM,-.M! 


ISO.BM 


aissM 


snaiso 


atom 


ra-s3i 


1^17 .gJiS 




tasa^'n 




Me.iXfi 






2U3!mIi 




::ii7,a7^ 




wtsx 


»«l;*l 


9Gt,«7 


ISzllJUJ 


«i*',i><3 


095,017 








ai:!.l70 


awiM 


CU.IOO 


Iftf.ilU 


SUi.tIM 


sra.uiM 


ZU2|3;i) 


zwilxaa 




STUHiH 


tW,-)!* 


3;o,an 


130,111 


i7!i;fiii. 


aiisjmi 


4MtSB 


Slf.SiS 




VrJiKa 




m.,u» 


IW.HM 


BiW,Ma 




MS.WIO 


mii.usT 


j-uuwrn 


HTM.Taa 


fll»^13 


an.su 






siulujfl 


Bii,m 


Bill, £33 


Ricblind 


ii9n,4i; 


M.'i.ni 


SITIW 


aiulsu 


4£l',ilMU 


ai7,uiii 






Koii 






m.M 


a:>.:.)ua 


4isi;mu 


(83,1177 






Sinduiky .... 




wrnaa 


7»;TT7 


ii^IlM 


fl7,-,>UH 






i.-i'.iu 


Seioio 




:!iw,KW 


MB.Mt 




ija.uoi 










IWJtVi 


wi,ii.-.» 


ert.itM 


lfi'.aii 


Tia.Mi.* 


t,i>*>3,nti 


I,US.~',»TS 


tktIkis 






«r.,nw 


mm 


JKl.W 




■TM.14i7 


Stl.T'il 




Siirk 




ilSl.filO 


°o°-™ 


sw.aii 


*"■*! 


i««.aw 


l,<;;i,2!3 


T*:*?! 


ilummit 




■■.U.Jl-1 




211,1112 




MU,|(ffl 


?"■'*■' 


4»7.4»l 


K;sr,v:. 


LTl.!--.! 


■j!«,nNi 


I' 13 14 n 


iu.ts:i 










I7l)l-i! 


■MSJiliP 


son.?.:.. 


s.->i:t!w 


Tn'.X« 


un'.ks 


S!7Ji;'.s 


aiMi 


Union 


.■"•MJHU 


•sricM 




<l.*IiH 


l*i,ail 


S3».\>;i 


.TW,3fl 


ili.W 


V«, Wert ... 


frti.ail 


.wnjw 


aiilifss 


4n.w« 


Gi»,ni* 


7US.SM 


Mrt.fil-J 


413,270 


Viaion 


llll.WB 


i:h«<!i8 


107. (WS 


M.riso 


T.4.03B 






|i"),G7i( 


H-*rr«i 


tvs^a 


Mt.l'tl 


411, 3»I 


41.317 


Sfl.lM 


sw'.Wi 


G7n|G.lI 


I><i7.4ia 


WMhington .. 




:»1UM 




4a,4<B 


a'«74! 


4^^.7U1 


■4.11. 1» 


ts.w 


IS^SISn;";;;; 


■mei--^ 


w^w 


»IS|ST3 




4.«,7W1 


1,117,788 


l,1tU.»IU 


775, MID 


ani.lTo 


Mii,iS7 


4«,M5 




ffiT.wa 


lin,074 




1:»,S1U 


Wood 




T1«.TTI 




.Sa'.DiH 




m.G40 


nihIs^ 


blD.h.'ra 


■WMPdol .... 


iii>T.:!Lt 




ill)|7S7 


«1.7« 


saiiitTn 


aaa.sis 




«t.;7o 


Total proil 


IM1B,TM 


11JU1.0TI 


ia.7is,eM 


10,011 ,T§§ 


ta.7sa.ari 


U,»7,C34 


tS.121.fflW 


ta.aHi.G3S 


ToU.™ 


^,a-,Tfllfl 


2/«7.788 


i.us.na 


S. 174, 301 


2.IKi,8» 


S,4!S,<ie3 


E.K».370 


-^^'"^ 



RBPOKT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVB TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OP BARLEY IN OHIO 
FOR EIGHT YEARS. 



Bclhioni . 



Darke .... 
Dtlawire ". 



Hsnfv .... 
Highland 



M.sfe 




































39.088 


SI, 21? 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



589 



COBiPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF BARLEY IN OHIO 

FOR EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Ross 

Sandusky .. 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit ...» 
Trumbull .. 
Tuscarawas . 

Union 

Van Wert .. 

Vinton 

Warren . . . . , 
Washington 

Wavne 

Williams ... 

Wood 

Wyandot ... 



1899. 



Total product . 
Total area.... 



2,402 

12 

998 

668 

30 



92 
73333 



126 

803 
^,935 
57/162 

715 



6*29.421 
21,610 



Number of Bushels. 



1898. 



5.246 
820 
2.285 
4.302 
l.i29 
1,008 



362 

234 

32.271 



2H 

1,615 

43.512 

62.2in 

3N8 



539,812 
20.2.>1 



1897. 



400 

6,426 

1,106 

780 

8,001 

806 

776 

76 

1,162 

118 

41,948 

250 

12,217 



8,015 

14,647 

42,991 

616 



619,306 
21,008 



1896. 



16 

4,666 

600 

161 

88,949 

Otfif 

460 
16 
61 



10,410 



9,034 

301 

680 

10,164 

21,091 



1896. 



1894. 



462,869 
82,663 



8.961 

7,244 

1,249 

8,862 

60,876 

1,897 

416 

214 

66 

26 

9,143 



80,366 



1,116 

6,297 

12,622 

370 



8,491 

9,064 
196 

2,061 
42,873 

1,667 

491 

176 

182 

8 

7,110 



1808. 



211 
8,418 



076,383 
43,813 



16,896 



934 

3,488 

18,404 

610 



716,670 
82,179 



1,491 

19.917 

1,064 

106 

800 



8,281 



898 

2.847 

14,936 



480,966 
16,681 



1892. 



200 
4.469 

1,026^ 

80S 

19,249- 

2,97& 

110 

160 

87 

90* 

1.946 



19,282 



160 

1,408 

18,449 

84fr 



889,140 
14,08(^ 



? 



■540 REPORT OF SECRETARV OF STATE, 

■COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OP RYE IN OHIO FOR 
EIGHT VEAHS. 





Number af Buibcli. 


CODDtlCB. 


isa». 


,„. 


1S97. 


im. la 


.. 


,». 


is«. 


.^ 


AdMU 


;:i 

1 

1,7W 

_«» 

■■St 

1,130 
199 

3,J1.1 
BIO 

ii 


2,549 




a 

1 

oea 
ses 

iU 
4S3 

406 

103 

H» 
'M 

SOI 

i 

ais 

S!4 

i 

3S3 

B07 
flOI 

1 

oar 

7M 
»! 

i 

DM 

two 


Ii 'l 

iiItm )B 
sIms s 

l',Kd I 
9,088 13 
1SB50 10 
D,1B3 11 

ii'.m 1! 
Ti<e 4 

allil 1 
liora 1 

sis 'I 

UISM -1! 

wiaM r. 

W'.OB IS 
4',83D i 

B 1 

sIsiU 4 

B.358 ! 

11 ',068 S4 
7.031 10 


S70 
348 

m 

1 

an 

osn 

001 

440 
437 

Boi 

i 

103 

4li 

068 

3«0 
766 

03a 

073 
S04 

iSO 

WIS 
S30 

»7 

231 


Slllfi 
wlulS 

:':S 

a,347 

■S:i 

10,810 
S|77« 

b'.m 

1.986 
3|«I3 

10 1 702 

o'.ii* 
I7'.83a 

7K 
4;233 

ao.BBs 

i:5Si 

u.oii 
iloaa 


7!»M 

if 

7|U0 

ii 

:S 
II 
il 

is^ioa 

4:064 

if 
II 

S.5ST 

i;o37 

4.130 

7S0 

9.W3 

'780 


^JS 








'■?S 




s 
si 

1 

!:S 

i 
IS 

!Si 

l.'^O 
1,M1 
6.032 

Ui.> 

319 
8,-IM 

'so? 
i!no 

6^37 1 
61M 




















^^r'" 






*i'mi 


Columbiana 

Co,h.H:loo 

hSrF'" '■"■'■■■'-■■ 


e.709 
i.4«r 

1,033 
10.961 


















as.::::::;:::: 


6.WI 


HfS^ ;;■.;:;;:: 


.;:S 














Il°h^.-.E-: 


i.oo* 






J»ck«m 


91 










Lawrcn» 

Ucking 


S.1W 














MahunrnR 


t.in 


JHcdina 
















Sri-::::;:: 


•■s 














i'ickiway 


J' 



















CROP .^ND OTHER STATISTICS. 



COHPARATIVB TABLB SHOWING PRODUCTION OP RYE IN OHIO FOR 
BIGHT YEARS — Concladed. 





Number of Bushels. 


OnnUo. 


1899. 


1898. 


™. 


.^ 


189S. 


1)M. 


1W3. 


IMi 






i 

B 

5ffi 


5,TW 

1 


H.OBS 

S.Kl.'i 

11 

I5:ia4 


ISIOBII 
10.ttJ 

°i 

3, (KM 

i.:«s 


l|»71 
3,130 

a,«i; 

'll!) 


i.m 

' »» 

a'.m 
i.uur 

I.IITS 

a,7i« 
M.Sil 

i.li 

Ii 




l£^^bv;.vr. 


:« 




|» -:■-- 


i'ra 


SrAr.:::.::: 


1,B1T 
4,18) 
«1,!11 


wTX ■.■.■...■.;..'. 

Wiihington 

SE-..-::;;:::;; 

Wyandot ' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 


1,081 

is 


Total product 


IK-.;7lu 


sos.m 

M.OS» 


09,830 


72,4311 


*S,2M 


fl(«,HIS 


'"■.m 



^M 


■ 


REPORT 


OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 


m 


n 


^H COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING 


PRODUCTION OF OATS IN OHIO PQ^| 








EIGHT YEARS. 






m 


^^M Conntiei. 


Xuniber of Busbrli. ^H 
















^M 


^H 


J8M, 


im 


1897. 


1896. 


1896. 


1894. 




im. ^M 


^H Adams .... 


inras 


21438 


43™ 


77 680 


38 976 


38.309 


43 305 


tt^^l 


^H AricD 


^HH 


Si^ 




4Ul!8aO 




852 


382.100 


»78 


388 


<m|^^H 


^H Aihiuid ... 


(W),af* 


SW,l*l 










508, M 


162 


819 




^^H AshUbula 


■^■^ 




oieigoa 


m'.m 




118 


668;9«S 


433 


8U 


*!^^H 


^^H AtfaCDI .... 


Ji.^ 




S2,72S 












107 


■ ^^^. ■:: 


*SS'S! 




430,821 


stoIbk 








305 






ITJUW 


113701 


1SS.S74 








sai:464 








^H Brown 






107.478 




118 




180.405 


114 


i75 




^^H Butler 


110,130 




SW4S0 


m.soo 


890 


113 


SM.KS 


243 






^^1 ^mL;o' 






S76.6S4 








370,875 




«0 




145.204 


aifl6\ 




339*235 


303 






102 


719 












224. 2OS 






IDsioSS 




no 






'iS'ill 




117 IhB 


167.480 


190 




183,84! 












raXtl 




















mam 


599 an 


aaa'.im 




63" 




SU<>:833 










asi,;B7 




I9J.031 


285 loss 






270:444 


204 


MS 










703 .010 


769,408 


1.003 






026 








?J^^ 


S'fj 


4w;bw 


500,811 




fS4 


600:490 










*JE'^S 


.M7/125 




690,847 






008,590 






477:ott 




9S7,185 




4118! una 








568 774 




Ul 


274663 




H4.I>2t 




320.801 








283:946 


2111 


Ma 


22i:ilT 




478 JWl 


4«4MB 


483.309 


4I8I3IB 


451 














flS,40a 


TT.KB 


7a,(»3 


227,403 


104 










^:5w 


^■_ Fajetle .... 


17,n8S 












52,841 






32,071 


^K Fraxklin ... 


2a),K9 


2«5;i0(t 


3081703 




217 


992 


207:111 








^H PuKoa .... 


1,131,937 


770,8-;4 


E«3.8a8 


632:212 


804 


681 




663 






^H Gallia 






61.727 


41.2112 




279 








2^1663 


^B C«iiK> .... 






423.622 


520.1133 






430:416 






223 OOf 


^H Grofc .... 


■ejj'a 


107,115 


139. tlB 




lU 


468 


173,281 


lU 


«» 


100:011 


^H Cucrr.>ey .. 


14SJ107 


'^■'"2 


187 928 


n4:nT3 


IK 


344 


lB2.eiS 






ISO, sea 


^H 


amilion .. 


48,913 


4S,WB 


70.636 






635 


106.828 




MS 


77,000 




ancock .. 


B7fl,22a 




132,392 














320:2R 




ardin .... 


271,438 




ssB.aao 


492:S30 










»6 


338, SN 




arrison .. 


isomi 


Hlp,2B3 


170.968 


196.070 




440 






700 






SS..r:. 


w«aa« 




SS2.776 


4aa:si3 






866:011 














as.ta* 






ii7 




"bo 




3a:s96 


^H 


Dcking ... 




18,303 






2S 




S5:oea 






20.921 


^H 


Dines .... 


671,119 


419,464 


404 Ism 








516.572 








^H 




94J3S3 




818,368 


875: 6a7 


DSC 


008 


992.621 


681 


970 




I li^;i; 






!0.S42 






717 














|:K 




225 




293: M* 








MlflM 


309aia 










32C 




341:070 




2Ki,n(i 












267:447 






is5:aei 




27,HB 






43:048 






42, 880 


u 








21)9,039 


312,913 


348:0OB 


673:217 






204,847 






280:005 




179.008 


2313ST 


2S8.1HO 








331,508 










SUB.BU 


807 ,2» 










721.001 


400 


554 


428:796 








4%: 204 






597 


393,938 


29! 


202 


2I1:B77 


Maiitm ".'.'. 




14b]7KI 


20E,90n 


214:235 




287 




04 








»«j») 


sum 


«2.oe7 


292.377 


U! 


508 


48S:695 


400 








496,718 


6«t.40e 


404,892 










Ml 




4161311 


Medina :.'.. 


S33,9t<S 


















B26 0(f 






4el731 


hIsos 


- 69: 601 






•62:232 




060 


33:5lt 


M'r?Jr":".::: 


smflaa 


«9,111 


S»,476 


703.071 




069 


651.413 


48t 




497.915 


Miami 


309,129 


441,1106 


6K.361 


653. 379 






416.013 


4oe 




380.272 


Mdnrot .... 




102.733 


m,iH 






as7 




IV 




IIP.OU 


MonLgatnery 


247^374 




S46.3n3 


403,801 


490 




3671530 






250 JOB 


Morgan .... 


37jB» 


^42,942 


44,808 








79.5:3 




083 


3S.<n 


Morrow ... 


577*7fl 




4*0.903 


610,871 




3il2 


407.61. 


89! 




SiS 


Muskingum 




93)4 15 


117.933 


ara.'wt 


131 


479 








NohU ...... 


49,403 


SSJtTI 






79 










•0.464 


Ottawa .... 


V^MS 


2TS:»01 


sstIbss 






817 


issliis 






i38.an 


Paulding .. 


882 J71 


421 fla. 


200,718 


203:481 






233. 7«0 




709 


loolsu 






24,sm 


S4.WS 


6S,0SB 








X 


1B2 


40. on 




llijil 


■ 18.707 




155,151 






42.739 


» 




t7.m 


^m pikc 




8;B41 


bsItob 


47,607 




90« 












759,979 




702.875 




021 


989 








432:920 






228,781 


318,380 


aanlooo 


407 






384 


498 








203^ 


218,834 




2S2 




277.031 


13! 


rao 




l^' 


833:7* 


71I7,W4 


7S7,20S 


7M;ig6 


878.606 


865. in 




■ 


084:374 

.J 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



COMPARATIVE TABI^ SHOWING PRODUCTION OF OATS DJ OHIO FOR 
BIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 











Nombfr 


of BuihcU. 








„. 


1EBS. 


,„. 


.». 


1395. 


law. 


■„, 


». 


V/UbiBgHii'. 


T.J08 
1.131 ^38 

Kum 

■ii 

1,401 iU 

aft9,i« 


II 

820,2?/ 

'■S35 


0S.W8 

S;S 
'«i 

MS. 496 
131,060 

IS 

■ .ON. §03 


08,3ia 
77S,iyM) 

eai.oTi 

'■S:| 

6Stiutl 

i,TO),a8» 
sssIbii 

£10,6(9 


5(U|US8 

i,a«.s«i 

112. UM 
23,480 

iia|eea 

■■!S:S! 

i.asi,s2a 
<M,3!a 


I*. 183 

si'.iee 

730,223 

ss 

C3ll.l«fi 
GT3,iai 

209 .S20 

I8n,i»e 
i.omIu! 


48,081 

vn'.o-.b 

770. !«l 

423. see 

ioi;i22 

luojea 

159.040 

727;»iT 
275.311 


32,581 
340.0%! 

ii 

304,2-^ 

aioloM 

231, 0J7 

ifioiaso 

350;<W6 


Tow prod. 
Toul .r«. 


83396,912 
■ 9«95« 


SttflM.*K 


9.M3,fl83 

l,C»2.fl05 


M,OB7.4M 
1,283.000 


31,0U.TS» 
1,(»5,1« 


3I.Ml.»« 


u.m.ssa 

8B6,28fi 


aS.6ll.473 
ST ,823 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVB TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OP OATS IN OHIO FOR 
EIGHT YBARa 





















... 


,-. 


,.„ 


.». 


189i. 


,». 


™, 


1892. 


AcUms .... 


l7J^s 


S1.13S 


«3-li 


77 689 


18 975 


38,209 


43.366 


25.0U 


Allen 






su^siis 






3H2,]UB 




2B4.«a 


AshlMd ... 












690,441 


402:HIB 


481 ,« 




7B ,D.» 


S&».S04 


oielwH 




«es|ii8 


(163,906 


4X2,824 


4sa.9a 






2B.;!CM 






3i:4B3 


42U7» 




IB.Tli 


^ugUi«"." 


aww8 


S07,I3S 


43s'bSI 


609io!7 




40i:3t.3 


305:BW 


mwi 


1 .sjs 


ISiTlM 


U3,8T1 


228,1m 






240,683 


IBllMB 




lUT.L'7fl 


«l.4fi2 






11S|4IXI 


130:406 




66, no 




110,130 




xstltsa 




309,613 


203,690 




iie,xu 




14],n:n 




S7S.6S* 


m'.set 


347:405 


.'t70;B7S 


344:«I0 


417 ,4n 




16-i.aM 


2.V>.661 


S;B,7i4 


S8B,23S 








140.101 


Clirk .."... 




Lrtl^ft! 






sii'.teo 




15i:£70 


120.071 


Clermont „ 






ii7lsa3 




190,139 


183:642 




i2fi,in 


Clinion..... 






W.Slt 


1S3;M7 


100:^1 


128:704 


83:862 


T3.m 




mini 


S**??) 


«■,»» 




033.331 




621,106 


638 ,TU 


Coshocton . 


2r>\.'67 


114,133 


1W.G31 


uti'.isa 






294.013 


£43 .(TS 


^riwfotd .. 






703.0(0 


700,403 


1,002:133 


7S2:i3a 




6331U 


Cuyahoga , 




bV»»i 


*»B» 


66o:8n 


aS3.764 


6flfl:499 


361:b44 


S44,B4S 


Dirkc 




M7,&» 


Ka,t*7 












Befiance .. 


957,135 


6i)H,l«l 




417 1 807 






»7a:ooi 


274:061 


OelaiMre .. 












283 :M0 




221,817 


Erie 


i7a,0Ji 




lesiMO 






427:376 




2S8 1»t 


E^airfitld .. 


K'fS 


^■S3 


ni.flss 


237:4.18 


104:203 






so,jia 




17,fi«i 


aojiao 


4S,1U 


ISO, MO 


45,008 




30:O46 


32,071 


■rankliQ ... 


SM»3 


aK.Mfi 


SM.7I« 


462, BIO 












l.l;ll,li:<7 




6«3.S5S 


032.212 


804:381 




663:OS4 


S07:i2B 






23431 


61727 


ll,^^ 


£3,270 


40: em 


4t:i5i 


2S,au 


jMugi":;:.' 


62*497 


4Jii/ai 


m.ea 


620,103 








223:an 




TBfflK 






!H2,Mn 


1D3:M8 






100,017 


:u'mW".'. 


143.»07 


132,1 »3 


lS7iu8 








102:1156 


1S0,BM 


rlsmillon .. 


4S4)13 


«588 




imIqm 


i47:5w 


105:828 


M.023 


77 000 




S7a,222 


S7UJ91 


BKiatra 


445,754 


403101 




3D7:iJo 


S2«:9n 


H«dil? ..'.■. 






sw.zso 


4l«,03a 


417.13T 












1&3I^ 








104,600 




178:716 


€i^f-- 


9tK3»S 


ua,wi 






417:420 




27o:B91 


160 .X7a 




USH 


3a|o29 


8a'.2M 


43.017 


68:800 


6o:363 


sous 








241107 


68,316 


23:pIS 


36.020 




2o:en 






iK.AM 


4<ti,SM 




607.230 


615.572 








MT.SKI 


937,'i»l 


813 ,3M 




089. ooe 




«a:970 


690 :aT 




.J,!l-d 


8,0,-.:j 


io.m 


4n!fli3 




33:Ma 


22,731 


19,044 








gO.348 
331, 41M 


307.222 


223)884 


203.406 




284 T68 








STO.ons 


337,050 




320:495 


84i:a7D 


I-»ke 




2N.113 




230.411 






232.121 


106,061 


[Jwrcnce . 


i.'T.Kd 


31.1*78 








42:9w 




33. IM 


Licking .... 


M.^,1139 




343*090 


6731217 








280 OOS 


Logan 


l-fi.UOS 




saa.im 


40i:431 


138:076 


33t:608 




204:466 


Lofain .... 


S06,Srt 


BfWffiS 


m,m 


Bos.nw 


813:045 


721 ,001 


40S:554 


420.700 


LUCM 


«l,«W 




*ns.204 


3!l3,2n8 






2ia.2!I2 


211,817 


Madison ... 




lw;7W 


SOB, MA 
















StfTJMI 


£41,067 


2921377 


605:500 


48S:6»5 




344:«8II 




m'.7<» 


6W.W 


mw 




628,3=3 


611.623 


36i:60O 


416 SIl 


Medina .... 


moKH 




W7.ft4S 


7flo!34S 




742.772 




£26,040 


W«g) 


aw4 




fi4.aM 








47:066 


33.S11 


fiercer 


fsKVUMl 


ra.'iai 


«as.4Tis 








4n),oi6 


407 910 


Miami 




wlfloa 


fi22.3«n 


663I37O 


48a;soi 




408.432 


38o:ni 




iii>.l6 




iK.isi 


141, 4S4 


ft4.R37 


145,5M 


135.1B0 


119,DU 


i^ontgomery 


21 7^(74 




Sts.sna 


403.801 






J20.0W1 




Morgan .... 


37iE» 


4 jll2 






75:>M5 








Mi>t?o» ... 




i* .71 ;i 












Sis 


MmkLogura 


lliSM 






a^inso 


133:479 




1^:778 


Nobis 






74,611 




70 ,006 


11)2. »«t 


flO.SSS 


oa,4H 


Ottawa .... 






W7.B2S 




309,847 


2S.^,J2* 




i»,an 




SWJ.Wl 


421^. 


2IW,7I2 




330.(167 




i7o:7flB 


100.UB 




a).i9o 




34,aos 




45,220 






40.0(7 


rickaway .. 


i.Viii 


1S.707 


88,622 




41.041 




32:074 


i7,ni 


Pike ....... 




XMl 


M,70B 






3S.IS2 


24.210 








683/iM 


702„Tra 


810.076 










p?rtir..v.v. 


IKIMI 


JJIt.TSl 


313.380 


3fln.B00 








£70)081 


Pulnam .... 






218,534 




282,320 






iDi.tn 


Richland .. 


smIwo 


JW^Wl 


787.202 


7SS,1W 


S78.»» 


866 .4n 


ou.4oa 


m,m 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF OATS IN OHIO FOR 
BIGHT YEARS — Concladed. 











Nnnbcr 


of Bo 


hclL 






Csaatln. 


]SOS. 


IMS. 


,„. 


IBM. 


,«. 


IBM. 


,«, 


IBTJ. 


Kou 


7T08 


Kin 


21 Kl 


in. BIT 


II Bra 


7*1«S 


48 081 


82»8l 




m'ffa 


BCliS*^ 


MH!«e7 




aw 


il& 


usjsi 


botIit? 


stoloso 




30KH 


sam 






H 




M.ajM 




M.S37 




BltfiU 


ns.o-A 


But.tm 








73D,fflM 








M0,3;4 




bUS.MT 




M 


UU 




«r7!oTS 




SUrk 


1,121 ,a'is 


ms'fiia 


l,llin,t71 




l.WS 


310 


uvilwn 


7TU,MD 


7l«!071 


Summii „ 


'718:708 


718,303 


'wish 




7iS 




ran.iKO 


*M,800 


K^LM 


Trvmbull „ 


TUt^SlB 


7(W,«a 


TW,«n 




ttH 






421, MD 


301.224 




MHJHl 




!«,•!« 


i&l.'Ul 












UnioD 


■2£>^ 


TX'.'Kg 




U8.78<< 




070 


ev^luR 




iiv'.i&s 


y«. W*rt .. 


MLi^joa 


an^ow 


man 


xai.MS 


MI 




7i«:uos 


l!t»)!siB 


sai.oi7 


Vinton .... 


e,i77 


WAS 


a,6*» 








32.1KI 




14,400 


Warrn .... 


20,317 




IM.OM 


S99,K1 






208. (J20 


luoiiiig 


lM,3tW 




ii.'>,7ai 




IM.BOt 




110 










wKta'™-;; 


U»Ml 


vxm 


l.OW.IM 


i,(en!ffis 


l.Oli 






frmlasa 




m.m 


«MI,E7 


eat.iaa 








71'j.naj 




tun. vat 


Wood 






i.m.m 


8SS,(Hl 




MO 




;27.3K7 




Wy«ndol ... 


'sMllil 


^'mJjS 


aOo.Sja 




tie 




'387 1 670 




sso.flos 


ToUl prod 


NSS6312 


a)/»i.»sa 


>.«B.<«. 


x.oa.te* 


M.oia.ras 


si.voi.eM 


M.637.!WH 


U, fill ,473 


Toul >n 


' «oa65 


vnim 


!.<»!.«« 


i.sK.nw 


1,W1,1« 


1.0S1.7T8 


SU,iss 


asT,8n 



614 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF CORN IN OHIO* 

FOR EIGHT YEARS. 



Counties. 



Bushels (Shelled). 



1899. 



1808. 



1897. 



1896. 



1895. 



1894. 



1893. 



1802. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland . . . 
Ashtabula .. 

Athens 

Auglaize . . . 
Belmont ... 

Itrown 

Uutlcr 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton . . 
Crawford . . . 
Cuyahoga .. 

Defiance . .. . 
Delaware . . . 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin ... 

Fulton 

Ciallia 

(ieauga 

(irccne 

(luernsey .., 
Hamilton 
Hancock ... 

Hardin 

Harrison ... 

Henry 

Highland 
Hocking ... . 

Holmes 

Huron 

iackson .... 
effcrson . . . 
[nox 

Lake 

Lawrence . . 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning . 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan .... 

Morrow 

Muskihgum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding ... 

Perry 

Pickaway . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland ... 

x\OSS ....... 



.1 



902 
1,257 
836 
454 
449 
,574 
895 
.214 
.101 
"391 
,225 
203 

.111 

,55') 

601 

773 

,:i45 

373 

.20S 

,619 

,.540 

(M9 

.199 

,515 

230 

,254 

640 

32S 

.75* 

iMKJ 

551 

,2(»1 

,5*>5 

419 

,'»0I 

,763 

4>0 

(k\3 

,2(J6 

287 

4(59 

,055 

238 

mi 

,9^1 

6G'l 
016 

,824 
.'>47 

.7«M 
692 
5r»l 

,68<) 

,063 
.")9S 

.6S0 
(527 

.lO*) 

.019 

62S 

815 

2.477 

m-i 

2,940 
623 
445 

2.116 

2,601 
110 

2.4JIS 



171 
240 
308 

755 
265 
204 
197 
482 
093 
267 
544 
S13 
251 
318 
iss 

669 
953 
023 
358 
143 
WV2 
100 
635 
529 
455 
S<2 
12S 
575 
624 
h\) 
211 
fJ67 
352 
4'M) 
408 
428 
754 
74 S 
640 
059 
8(50 
540 
0-2 
628 
3(50 
442 
422 

5r)7 

112 
320 
612 
532 
832 
()03 
543 
117 
115 
738 
7(W 
.567 
194 
910 
668 
070 
843 
052 
494 
201 
190 



1,013,713 

l,209.h»9 

968,281) 

6!)0,001 

515,325 

1,554,545 

1,^)64,474 

1,249,513 

2,06l»,862 

580,806 

2,448,2.5(i 

1,118,612 

1,042,751 

2,4.>:i,512 

800,515 

1,119.2<.1 

151,1.S4 I 

468,740 J 

3,424,96(j 

I,(;52,589 

1,522,213 

601,450 

2,012,881 

2,2IKJ,()45 

2,332,lh5 

1,308,5(U 

075..5?«> 

417.057 

2,5S^M*S 

^2^.3S8 

(542. 9«4 

1,8<»1,30<) 

1,440,0(!5 

616.208 

2.217,175 

l,r>()l,30(i 

519,824 

8'i0.545 

1.22:i,828 

432.326 

638.230 

1,3<W,33; 

X 246.. S21 

4(56,115 

2.167.S-22 

1.713,214 

7?a,8«V2 

950.212 

2.S71.6U 

(544,468 

1,825,765 

830,(555 

.559,523 

1,'><VK649 

2.112,438 

(«4,108 

1,018.425 

58«).811 

1.2.39,920 

1,175,88J» 

.572.2(58 

683,287 

1.673,118 

(168.205 

2.. 300, 028 

8,30,235 

646,067 

2.020.043 

2.f»67,899 

1.107.431 

2,36f*.(508 



937 

1,357 

831 

448 

477 

1,4U3 

844 

1,616 

.1,942 

489 

1,858 

2,026 

1,0(.W 

2,280 

5.36 

7IK) 

1,106 

329 

3,1(»2 

916 

1,449 

572 

1,668 

2,570 

2,523 

920 

(516 

330 

2,330 

(i(K) 

725 

1,736 

l,3(5h 

467 

2,038 

1,(501 

445 

705 

8<»4 

347 

475 

1,034 

250 

414 

1,619 

1,(506 

5<>8 

6«K> 

2,<r>2 

126 

1.451 

677 

425 

1,416 

1,907 

537 

1 ,(?5S 

578 

856 

945 

613 

813 

i.no 

623 

2,615 

737 

448 

1,884 

2,433 

!)07 



766 
388 
350 
283 
430 
978 
t»74 
065 
27(5 
52:^ 
336 
852 
6<>1 
104 
015 
637 
100 
851 
697 
558 
185 
!K)9 
568 
879 
6J7 
257 
8(H^ 
419 
04«. 
4*11 
(i4(> 
131 
5<'.'> 
615 
071 
519 
936 
329 
766 
166 
8C.9 
032 
227 
,^50 
K.l 
*).52 
355 
»i:j7 
451 
137 
218 
588 
8S5 

im 

044 

45:^ 

414 
3H2 
106 

800 
015 
.510 
984 
4.30 
699 
540 
048 
200 
K46 
172 



2,218,451 



1.156 
1,538 

968 

558 

515 
2,012 
1,123 
1.413 
2,855 

612 
2,748 
2.419 
1 ,094 
2,002 

797 
1,026 
1,375 

.322 
4,2.38 
1,235 
1,7.57 

708 

4W f •■*■ 1. 

2,937 

3,254 

1.230 

6{<1 

357 

3,. 5.35 

780 

868 

2.2SS 

2,055 

(526 

2,398 

2,132 

520 

852 

1,080 

432 

(M9 

1,420 

227 

601 
2,(»30 

686 

880 
3,916 
2,434 
2,080 

817 

.50J) 
1.989 
2.705 

5!HI 
2.642 

662 
1,007 
1 ,2(iS 

688 

^.m 

1,5*<1 
1.246 
4,020 
1,030 
(i37 
2.(^16 
2,.30*< 
1,089 
3,160 



639 
141 
200 
988 
263 
775 
655 
209 
940 

82(5 
5:J9 
SOb 
243 
703 
726 
642 
lOtJ 
209 
429 
(:53 

ms 

576 

730 
(YA'.i 

(J!»7 
722 
217 
770 
0>8 
.577 
(»35 
.52i» 
6! 1 4 
133 
2(i7 
Oil 
982 
923 
4{»9 
425 
714 
023 
(»04 

2r»o 

801 
4«0 
307 
461 
057 
701 
077 
803 
212 
4.58 
318 
452 
102 
(»4 
186 
456 
105 
476 
015 
174 
373 
078 
700 
Oh() 
7<H) 



646 
1,314 

911 

618 

498 
1,347 

824 
1,020 
1,572 

4M5 
1.720 
1.(521 
1,189 
2,270 

805 
1,017 
1,514 

402 

2, mi* 

817 
1,056 

.56*;. 

1 ,679 

1.810 

2,280 

916 

510 

319 

2,173 

(585 

553 

2,270 

1,274 

5156 

1.0(M 

1,4*27 

417 

695 

1,0(51 

278 

535 

1.108 

2S5 

370 

1,(551 

1,237 

(V51 

(509 

2,S12 

476 

1,834 

(587 

441 

l,5:w 

1,440 

.517 

1,412 

592 

1.004 

1,091 

62(» 

85:? 

1.473 

.587 

2.(541 

5<K) 

5a3 

1 .(57« 

2.482 

1.092 

2.034 



,711 
.78}) 
,977 
,204 
,507 
,947 
.700 
,024 
,733 
,621 
,523 
,740 
,538 
,012 
,417 
,137 
,750 
.182 

',(xn 

,(574 
,(514 

,im 

.810 
,871 



,794 
,941 
,875 
,21 1 
,452 
,010 
.(.:(il 
,751 
,4(13 
.971 
,750 
,075 
,142 
,0.50 
.286 
.300 
.1(50 
,078 
,110 
,443 I 

727 
.7.51 
,()(« 
,3v'0 
.32(5 
,J>50 
,453 
.115 
.6v< 
.870 
.079 

222 
!2(53 
.1.37 
,100 
. 455 
.916 
,020 
.627 
.840 
,930 
,0(52 
.746 
.(V51 
.1.36 ' 
.156 ! 
,469 I 



850 

1.246 
463 
711 
421 

1.259 
521 
955 

1,.366 
271 

l,}i(58 

1,703 
63(5 

2,092 
427 
614 

l,08:i 
277 

2,5?12 

MM 

1,243 

6S4 

1.885 

1,954 

2,2(>1 

770 

470 

252 

2,155 

521 

:«8 

1,712 

1,2.37 

327 

l,80f» 

1,325 

421 

437 

706 

349 

258 

71s 

178 

355 

1.536 

1.476 

494 

582 

3,36.S 

388 

1,66(5 

471 

330 

1.472 

1.502 

282 

1.547 

400 

7S4 

206 

3«»4 

477 

874 

484 

2,793 

032 

417 

1,712 

2.003 

651 

2,497 



644 
444 

112 
620 
385 
745 
784 
391 
373 
203 
805 
073 
3H> 

:«1 

170 
1(»8 
403 
.5:}5 
433 
304 
(i20 
043 
645 

\m) 

157 
7W 
702 
811 

(;7o 
725 
343 
210 
7nl 
067 
:{«18 
736 
407 
780 
037 
220 
sr.o 

143 

749 

724 

.529 

86() 

658 

761 

050 

234 

8^»7 

318 

353 

242 

4(52 

026 

585 

671 

083 

204 

7(?2 

(562 

651 

232 

610 

635 I 

983 I 

013 I 

212 ' 

701 I 

783 I 



641,597 

970,477 
465,285 
130,104 
420,829 

1,049,422 
849,848 
890,880 
40O,76;< 
393,892 

1.741,750 

1,601,658 
(545,313 

1,4!)4,252 
553,034 
754,924 
887,1^ 
243.684 

1,951,414 
710,529 
957,356 
4.52,103 

1.8^22,385 

l,«»2o,405 

2,045,502 
h33,472 
501 .0.52 
104.(>90 
7^»7,278 
5<17,740 
525.9.54 

1,4(51,092 
v'»28,2?>2 
422.213 

1,423.S26 
127,895 
3(32.892 
4n2,6(50 
644,419 
211, S74 
414.223 
823,830 
144. .311 
350.335 

1.(510,845 
936.449 
382,416 
543,112 

2,745,4(59 
308,688 

1,222,733 
451.808 
3s5,.341 
964,663 

1.504,468 
:^68,498 

1,151.461 
574,347 
6.50,708 
9.53.001 
514,809 
375.293 
861.361 
480,328 

2,817,572 
476,7.50 
417,J»22 

1.21 2,. 531 

1.736,. 568 
.594.399 

1,866,638 



748 
924 
615 
255 
450 

1,132 
920 
994 
545 
537 

2,012 

1,729 
818 

1,888 
543 
827 
951 
212 

2,06.5 
322 

1,03? 
396 

1.930 

2,618 

2.483 
376 
514 
178 

2,035 
586 
578 

1,217 

1,037 
5t>2 
6*)0 

1,248 
37s 
686 
645 
293 
.563 

1,035 
1.56 
405 

1,581 

1,310 
374 
255 

2.494 
858 

1,422 
522 
426 

1.054 

1,881 
532 

1,161 
512 
691 

1,088 
557 
403 
546 
589 

2,847 
690 
,360 

1.5S7 

1,130 
807 

1,779 



509 

822 

807 

769 

869 

93ft 

548 

606 

177 

927 

820. 

042 

251 

142 

245 

100 

041 

815 

136 

276 

741 

409 

382 

643 

590 

459 

195 

311 

903 

087 

(M7 

807 

153 

0C6 

200 

069 

9JU 

827 

104 

387 

266 

182 

415 

445 

223 

559 

866 

074 

673 

981 

538 

823 

818 

49a 

041 

315 

650 

405 

654 

306 

943 

414 

449 

789 

562 

179 

334, 

571 

431 

572 

386 



CROP AND OTUER STATISTICS. 





BmhrU ..ShEllcd - 


Coantie*. 


18M. 


19W. 


»,. 


™. 


,„. 


IBM. 




18M. 


gS;"'..::: 

Seneca 

TruBibull ... 

ysj":.::-. 

S&.:::: 
W«::;: 


■77 

sr 

i.tt 
lisr 


S"^l 

.y.. 


l.MS.IM 

l.M«:W7 

i.baiiau 
rw.zm 

sItMllU 
1.U4.IW 


i.iii);au 

i.smIiss 

a.sos.ass 

1.1U.7M 


2.9K 

a.i>M 

3.Tli 


OIS 
080 

3H 

ei7 
ret 

7M 


1,»9.«» 
7M.M7 

eos.2(w 
S8I.MS 

!(lS.B4a 
'7)S'8« 

ilissiwo 


I'.ua'.ssa 

721.104 
«S.«S 
4^, US 
S(»,4-fl 

ilstoiKS 

'411>ll 
»»> 

i.niliw 

I.Hl.MS 


i,u7a,M» 

tibIsb 

gei.sii 

i.in.MH 


no,3M 
i.walow 

MS'.WT 

i.ou.^m 

MI.7M 

!li 


Tolal prod 
Total iru. 


in.we.aw 

S.OM.OM 


(.067.71S 


ns.oM.tno 


j.rao.Mi 


1M,417,U5 

!.0S7,0H 


I.BIO.IW 


77,2»,<t6 
J.SM.OM 


!,«H.3M 



546 



REPOKT OF SECRETARY 01' STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING- PRODUCTION OF MEADOW3 IN- OHIO 

FOR. EIGHT YEARS. 











Tons of Hay. 








Counties. 

5 


1809. 


1888. 


1897. 


1696. 


1805. 


1891. 


1898. 


1692. 


AdatiM ....% 

Allen 


10,767 
20,934 
20,026 
57,300 
17,576 
14,891 
37,060 
14,473^ 
14,131 
28,668 

8,Q2i> 
11.051 
15,535 
13,342 
41,881 
27,247 
31,651 
29,264 
14,152 
19,141 
•27,562 
12,301 
22,554 

9,859 
27,882 
18,786 
11,380 
27,987 
12,491 
32.677 
13,227 
31, Sir; 
24,276 
34,741 
16,339 
20.724 
11,117 
19,237 
34,863 
10,859 
28,448 
28,987 
12,027 

4,511 
42,240 
16,241 
44.487 
11,514 

8.5(^ 
24,758 
20,827 
28.514 
10,242 
18,928 

7,556 
31,15^4 
14,435 
22,316 
26,962 
34,990 
21,708 
14,697 
14,684 
18.210 

9,983 

5,306 
33,599 

7,581 
19,613 
26,464 
10,354 


12,160 
20,106 
32,279 
50,768 
22,122 
ld,fi70 
88,728 
13,710 
15,952 
20,816 
14,081 
17,205 
17,214 
16,359 
40,204 
37,031 
' 34,510 
36,317 
10,123 
21,201 
38,424 
13,449 
29,368 
12.188 
31,100 
24,375 
12,848 
30,826 
16,0^3 
36.762 
13,351 
33,407 
48,35'> 
30,569 
15.874 
21,280 
12,345 
27.125 
40,775 
12,029 
32,454 
35,557 
12,716 

4,813 
55,286 
21.731 
49,466 
14,296 
14,568 
41,087 
26,329 
38,250 
16.659 
20,586 
19,939 
26,592 
16,307 
26,956 
41,133 
44,901 
26,720 
16.387 
17,095 
22,950 
12,640 

5,054 
32.971 

9,917 
18.163 
36,086 
12.102 


9,486 
21,497 
21,697 
50,451 
17,941 
10,442 
28,876 
13,450 
14,090 
22,002 
15,566 
18,210 
14,145 
11.792 
38,475 
26.182 
31,545 
34,363 
19,420 
18,613 
35,558 
11,532 
17,406 
14,149 
30,987 
16,721 
13,312 
24,807 
17,542 
28,969 
14,468 
29,540 
24,397 
28.295 
12,077 
15.542 

8,473 
20,827 
33,353 
13,140 
26,124 
25.559 
15.412 

5,113 
53,755 
18,952 
37.790 
13,{J68 
16.8W 
20,601 
21,276 
25.434 
14,717 
20,251 
11,442 
18,960 
15,132 
19,1H)5 
31,227 
32,823 
23,465 
11,232 
12,360J 
17,460 
10.807 

3.616 
21,124 
10.509 
18,105 
27.010 
11,204 


9,156 
22,519 
27,666 
47,016 
13,149 
16,117 
27,806 
12,411 
11,287 
23,805 
15,304 
16,840 
11,882 
12,407 
39,786 
26,557 
80,891 
31,979 
17,828 
21.487 
33,500 
12,919 
24,092 

8.442 
29,686 
25,979 

8,985 
26.852 
33.708 
25,704 
11,040 
36,044 

32, aw 

26,225 
17,182 
14,799 
10,131 
19,911 
30,923 

8,625 
25,330 
27,973 
15.900 

3,834 
51,919 
22,037 
36,527 
14.437 
12,669 
26,355 
28,216 
30,007 
10,720 
19,078 
12.652 
12,724 
13.257 
19,633 
29,591 
35,747 
16,370 
11,107 
12.104 
18,788 
15.033 

3,378 
21,999 

7,482 
20,193 
27,976 

9,288 


0,848 
11,880 
17,862 
89',8«7 

7,010 

9,808 
14,507 
12,068 
21,107 
12,547 

7,452 
12.345 
18,107 
10,590 
15,682 
13,152 
20,782 
23,149 

9,204 
13,667 
83,422 

9,634 
10,008 

4,103 
20,002 
12.892 

7.516 
12.765 
13,926 
14,347 
14,017 
25.047 
12,469 
12,945 
10,577 
14.278 

6.444 
14,66.S 
26.574 

6,193 
10.853 
13,787 

8,524 

4,081 
27.474 
10,313 
33,482 

8.552 

8,316 
14,264 
12.5^0 
18.!»f59 

5.:«« 

11.430 

6.981 

9,201 

12.625 

12.3-22 

18.626 

18.242 

12.326 

10,0(H5 

7.345 

12,28?) 

8,7<i2 

4,417 

11.275 

8,347 

12.648 

19.070 

5,318 


11 

27 
36 
68 
21 

19 
29, 
16, 
17, 
31 
16 
21 
25 
28 
44, 
24 
35 
40 
16 
21 
55 
15 
30 
14 
41 
24 
12, 
40 
24 
29 
14 
41 
33 
33 
16 
26 
13, 
27. 
51 
13. 
26 
35. 
15, 
4 
51, 
2<J 
7<> 
17 
23 
42, 
35 
4^! 
10 
2i», 

11 
22 
18 
22 
49 
35 
23 
16 
16 
22 
12 
7 
3S 
10 
37 
43 
14 


,339 
,651 

,848 
,700 
,140 

822 

,987 

,786' 

,634 

,968 

,618 

,380 

,286 

918 

,860 

,508 

,123 

,4©4 

,646 

,710 

,482 

,8S7 

,OfW 

234 

,259 

224 

,109 

,489 

494 

,627 

533 

,450 

287 

854 

964 

140 

6J« 

.278 

38H 

052 

102 

870 

083 

8<»5 

819 

IK) 

203 

445 

063 

22J> 

721 

837 

223 

667 

,438 

141 

526 

217 

262 

149 

026 

141 

870 

.1<)2 

706 

.177 

.699 

.761 

4f»0 

.ri3 


ll,2n 
2S,0e9 


13,004 
28,785 
87,464 


A sMAffid .....•••••••• 


!?; 

32, 
14 
17. 
80 
14 
22 

3, 
20, 
44 
81 
28 
43 
14 
22 
51 
15 
29 
19 
42 
22 
13, 
40 
21 
36 
18 
35 
28 
33 
15. 
19 
13. 
24. 
40 
12, 
27, 
33. 
14, 

5 
53, 
27. 
53, 
14 
23 
53, 
31. 

:^5, 

18, 
17. 

11, 
•28, 
16, 
27, 
39 
43, 
25. 
16, 
16 
21 
12 
5. 
43 

11 
21 

28, 
10 


,082 
,204 
818 
,407 
870 
,772 
384 
,077 
,480 
,367 
,588 
.441 
,566 
,004 
.142 
,134 
,216 
,066 
,316 
.196 

,7CTW 

,690 

160 

,840 

304 

,124 

298 

321» 

695 

119 

,890 

,614 

174 

.073 

808 

619 

,1.31 

165 

144 

025 

938 

167 

875 

044 

• -• 
46!) 

423 
•205 
648 
9^20 
894 
430 
284 
136 
307 
350 
499 
958 
861 
884 
542 
396 
663 
705 
880 
592 
.180 
198 
,904 


A «ht ibtila 


07.175 


Athens ..••••••• 


28;758 


AtiflrlAtz^ ..•«•■•••■••• 


17,456 


Beimont 


40.800 


Brnwn 


17,240 


Btftler 


20,850 


Caff oil 


80,842 


^^hAfTtf>dicrn ..«>••■•• 


10,601 


<:uf k 


28,286 


Pl^tnowt 


20,188 


Clinton ••••• 


22,291 


r'rvIufnHiana 


&3,80» 


C*rfnHocf Oft .•••«■■••• 


42,480 


Crftwfoud 


30,470 


C'tivahoGfa 


48,285 


Dark« ; 


16,801 


Defiance 


19.034 


T)eiawarfc> 


56,746 


Eric 


17,097 


t airfield 


32.048 


Kavettc 


14.474 


Kranklin 


46.741 


Fulton 


'21,352 


{pallia 


15.380 


(jicatiga .............. 


.38.293 


(Greene 


22,609 


Civicrnsev 


41.885 


liamilton 


21.140 


I lancock 


34,506 


!F{ardin 


26.827 


Harrison 


38.316 


Henrv 


15,676 


H i eh land 


'21 ,794 


Hockinsr 


14,r23 


Holmes 


28.525 


tl uron 


45.416 


Tackson 


14,723 


1 eff er son 


35,871 


dKnox 


42.669 


Lake 


17.500 


Lawrence *. 


6,087 


Lickins 


67.862 


Logan 


24,519 


Lorain 


61.826 


Lucas 


14,396 


IVIadison 


22.117 


MahoninflT 


51,643 


M arion 


31 ,224 


Xfedina 


41,774 


^leigs 


21,411 


Mercer 


19,238 


Miami 


13,995 


\f on roe •••••• 


36.496 


Montgomery 

Nlorcan 


22.261 
30,917 


\f orro w 


42,587 


Muskinorum 


51.499 


Noble 


29,592 


Ottawa 


17,018 


Pauldinff 


14,377 


Perrv ••••••••• 


27,248 


Pickawav 


13.777 


Pilce 


7.678 


Portaflre 


49,616 


Preble 


13 032 


Putnam 


24 756 


Richland 

Ross ...,««««. .««.r*.. 


87,125 
13.620 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 











Ton. of H«y, 








COUDllH. 


UW. 


ISM. 


»,. 


,». 


1N». 


im. 


i»«. 


IW,', 


„ 


1(1. aw 
a.rai 


M,30« 

SI:S 

mm 

SJ.OflT 


30,^ 

33.UI 
M.OM 

li-l 
i:S 

iS.M7 


*a.irii 

JJ.fM 

m'au 

II 


7.SK 


11 


IS 
as 

i 

80.flU 




















































wfc':::::::::::: 












Tot>] prodact.... 
Tot.l »« 


,m,o;s 






l.l«.i.SMl 


I.(i3T,(«l 




i.SSH.TM 
J.0M.71I1 


.'.'" 



548 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF CLOVER IN OHIO 

FOR EIGHT YEARS. 



Counties. 



Tons of Hay. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland .... 
Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize • . . 
Belmont .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clark 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .. 
Crawford ... 
Cuyahoga . . 

Darke 

Defiance .... 
Delaware ... 

Erie 

Fairfield .... 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hamilton ... 
Hancock ... 

Hardin 

Harrison . . . 

Henry 

Highland ... 

Hocking 

Holmes .... 

Huron 

Jackson — 
TcflFerson . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 
Licking — 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison — 
Mahoning .. 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan .... 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding . . . 

Perry 

Pickaway . . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland . . . 
Ross 



1899. 



4.963 

15.684 

16.998 

2.785 

2,253 

12.062 

6,372 

1.432 

12.847 

3,964 

20.244 

12,211 

3.038 

8.415 

8.931 

8.791 

14.857 

3,432 

26.603 

5.191 

10.641 

5.985 

16.816 

4.060 

9,538 

2.444 

1.823 

2,792 

9,450 

3.788 

4,923 

14.161 

12,864 

2,648 

2.697 

5,372 

3,240 

10,093 

15.607 

401 

6.247 

10,118 

1.491 

1,025 

15,430 

17,563 

6,964 

1,713 

9,224 

9,144 

10,915 

15,203 

2,181 

16,166 

12,090 

3,559 

14,978 

5,178 

13.825 

6,696 

2,140 

2,643 

1,773 

8,110 

9,188 

3,177 

11,963 

11,507 

6,607 

19,387 

7,649 



1896. 



1897. 



2,731 


7,425 


8.868 


18,057 


13.340 


82,459 


8.384 


6,780 


880 


2,450 


8,468 


15,585 


1.899 


12,919 


1.041 


2.351 


9.859 


17.278 


2.575 


8.457 


13,762 


24.238 


10.553 


21.675 


2.326 


4,333 


5.249 


18.334 


2,163 


14.857 


8.122 


10.478 


11.323 


22,271 


1.649 


4.410 


21.540 


30.699 


8.747 


23,093 


4.947 


21.587 


4.837^ 


10.397 


7,879 


22.390 


2,409 


10.305 


5,124 


19.196 


9,374 


18,917 


1,1-27 


2.892 


2,710 


9,155 


6,731 


18,796 


1,202 


5,024 


5,578 


5,088 


19,003 


32,576 


10,249 


21,494 


2,682 


5,878 


9,331 


17,744 


3,071 


13.825 


1,662 


3,720 


4,179 


15,490 


10.359 


26,941 


227 


1,053 


1.789 


9,917 


8.189 


20,210 


764 


1.731 


458 


1,082 


6,177 


15,314 


12,045 


26,675 


3,856 


14,396 


5,250 


10,200 


4.812 


15,220 


4,404 


19.. 323 


9,745 


20,362 


8,723 


23,509 


1,067 


3,655 


7,502 


14,941 


10,766 


18,894 


634 


6,285 


12,192 


22,432 


1,832 


8,828 


6,063 


21,713 


2,712 


9.283 


1,081 


5,352 


6,601 


13,286 


3,o:i2 


7.403 


4,545 


8,035 


6.434 


18,997 


2,366 


3.677 


4,945 


18,869 


10,045 


22,081 


13,955 


19,852 


13,068 


34,166 


4,793 


11,076 



1896. 



1,160 

350 
0,795 
4,041 

400 
l,9i97 
2.078 

653 
2,057 

826 
1,813 
2,837 

905 
3.251 
3,337 
2,427 
5,346 
2,626 
1,194 
1,333 
8,003 
2,04» 
4,205 

894 
3,211 
2,681 

952 
2,735 
1,995 

672 
1,048 
1,923 

334 
1,219 
1,935 

883 

895 

12,084 

7,175 

141 
3,03f> 
7,242 

984 

507 
4,802 

498 
4,689 
2,081 
2,618 
3,153 
3.614 
5,316 

595 

757 

941 

2T9 
2,041 

866 
8,205 
2,617 

285 
2,186 

480 
1.005 
2,595 

943 
5,384 
2,318 

955 

12,199 

2,135 



1895. 



1894. 



1893. 



1,488 
1,773 
6,002 
1.314 

206 
1.512 

004 

710 
5,629 

509 
5.068 
5.622 
2.022 
4,109 
8,326 

800 
7,100 
2.341 
4,426 
6,472 
8,683 
3,867 
7,183 
2,722 
5,756 
7,182 

514 

645 
6,621 

342 
3,161 
3,211 
1,*291 

315 
6,326 
1,811 

671 
3,946 
7,878 

136 

823 
3,775 

353 

339 
6.576 
9.667 
4,343 
3.564 
4,065 
2,292 
4,214 
0,218 

363 

1)60 

1,665 

64 

4.194 

776 
8,343 
1,050 

384 
3,017 
1.347 

508 
5,294 
1.444 
2,104 
4,144 
2,654 
9,41« 
3,668 



1,585 

9,870 

10,488 

870 

050 

0,501 

1,058 

702 

0,104 

1,642 

14,494 

10.297 

1.536 

3,307 

8,534 

1,778 

9,281 

1,624 

20.442 

6.080 

0.217 

2.173 

13,620 

3,658 

5,808 

7,630 

821 

1,143 

9,212 

645 

4,087 

12,233 

6,745 

573 

3,201 

3,022 

1,079 

4,369 

4,769 

1.34 

1.935 

9,511 

474 

252 

10,436 

13,049 

2,753 

4,381 

4,186 

5,1X30 

6,861 

9,(}61 

1,765 

10.081 

10,012 

459 

9,959 

2,435 

7.746 

2,590 

1.099 

527 

2,403 

1,237 

8,505 

1,755 

8,029 

9.610 

7,412 

10.140 

5.932 



3,906 

25,372 

21,891 

1,004 

1,146 

12.148 

8.145 

2.662 

13,706 

6,804 

16,262 

16,467 

1,804 

5.118 

11.820 

6,071 

18.711 

2.298 

25,439 

12,706 

11.055 

6.461 

11 .613 

2.073 

8.090 

13,176 

1,562 

2.265 

11,256 

1,537 

6,256 

23,238 

14,264 

2,098 

9,931 

5,361 

1,209 

13,275 

11,912 

08 

4,664 

16,144 

1 ,972 

940 

9,794 

13,772 

5,294 

6,811 

6,939 

9.346 

15,088 

15.602 

2.314 

16,020 

15,212 

472 

20,678 

2,165 

9,950 

2,120 

1,314 

4,501 

5,675 

1,651 

7,935 

1,510 

20,968 

14.329 

12,096 

20.4H8 

5,2/3 



1802. 



1,023 

5,746 

13,666 

778 

'291 

6,622 

61S 

1,151 

7,S7S 

2,478 

18.882 

11, M6 

lim% 

2,841 

3.268 

2,162 

2,404 

1,001 

16.680 

6.806 

6,461 

5,556 

6,288 

1.910 

6.291 

11,378 

616 

1,18S 

6,126 

353 

5.644 

7,008 

6,060 

470 

7,877 

2.023 

361 

9.670 

8,166 

17 

1.773 

8.670 

587 

605 

2,610 

11,142 

3.425 

5.313 

4.788 

5,366 

7,664 

7. 928 

616 

9,369 

9,841 

93 

12,418 

818 

5,414 

786 

341 

4,572 

2,767 

438 

4,671 

624 

6,561 

7,925 

6.012 

6,306 

1,832 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF CLOVER IN OHIO 
FOR. EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 











..... 


f Hay 








Connlie). 


IMio. la 


^ 


„,. 


^^. 


lijus. 


™. 


IBUS. 


ItM. 


Sandutky 


1.I.UW u 


^ 


11 ■^l 


0.BO2 


7, Si 7 


7 073 


ie.M5 


111,081 




1 '■""" .■ 




jIwj 


I.IM 


1.31S 




l.Mki 


FW 


















IS, QUI 


shdh, .:;::::::::::: 


1 ii.an ■( 


IIW 


I<4!lH 






I'li'U 




■j.m 


Surk 


, w.iwi J 


a<i 


m.iij 


lO.SSl 


7, Bin 


in,o;j 


^-,<w 


13. D» 








J,2<U 




e.iim 


K.Uhl 




».ftH 


T?rr^uii';::;::!:::! 


sliiU 1^ 


!Ht 






i.ii& 






3n,47a 




4.03) 1 


11- 


uItm 


i.sxa 


!.m 


<:>ȣ 




s.iai 






nrs 




1,710 




n.na 




t.DH 


V.I. \\>^':::::::::: 


nlrt! f 






M 




n.MS 


njnM 


«.»«• 


VinH.n 


i.ons 


Mu 




SSi. 


_ nil 


M! 


•flts 




tt>rren 




















i.tu 1 


433 










s^nss 




Ii&;°°::::::::: 


n,*a » 


lid 


tilouri 


IT.Wl 


Il.lWi 


1!.'7M 


njm 


I^.ifflO 




sw 




».Sf» 


7,iin 




in,44fi 




Wood 




JW 






B,0U 




ia«7 


m!«7ii 


Wylndot 


iolllli 13 




17. W 


sliKa 


4. ISO 


sioTll 


ifl.aiH 


S.tM 


Totjl prodtiei,.. 




I 


1..W.S1M1 


MJ.607 


m.m 


(Son.Ms 


BflS.SSJ 


M7,S1S 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



coMPARj\TivE Table showin'g production of clover seed i 

OHIO FOR EIGHT YEARS, 



m,.^ 



e.ias 

S.TSKi 



6,!»T 
30.ffifl 

ia.au 



S,4«T 

8 
l.Ml 



a 
sai 

3.*SS 
1,571 

a. SKI 






CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF CLO\'ER SEED IN 
OHIO FOR EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 







Conmlti. 




















im>. 


isue. 


IBlff. 


!«-]. 


ISM. 


1»1. 


lEW. 


ISK. 




3«.> 


-,nt 


2U,4»U 


*■"« 


3.-5 


t-ot 


7.1W 


a.nw 


Sciolo 






l.»I 




7U0 


'ait 






Seneca 






M.lb'O 




1!.S4I' 








Shelby 


0.3*2 


I'.sn 


ir.oss 








n.His 


s:i>i7 


Surit 






«.«» 


l.»«i 




1.W3 




l.!M 


SunmiC 


'wi; 




T.JI4 


B.%S 








E17 


Trmnbull 




3» 












Mt 






7« 


*;ioa 


i.m 


S,JW 


na 


s.m 




ui"^""'.. :'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


3:112 














»i 


V.n Wnt 


a.m 














t.m-. 








su 


HI 








a; 


\\2n"« '.W'.W'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 




!I7 






G.Wl 




i,\X 










S'?" 








m 




Sin,;::::::::::: 




I.SIl 








J.Slfl 




l,M.l 








l.flSl 


7,l«.l 






B.Wfi 


Wood 




2:o« 






6.W*i 


o',7oa 






Wjandot 


I'.U^ 


limn 


18:, '.10 


iImu 






u:*M 


\'.im 


Toul pnidnet.,. 


, ■».- 


*,«. 


'■""■" 


'"■" 


MU.flO 


Mi.m 


4»).S5S1 


HI, OB 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRDDUCTION OP POTATOES IN OHIO 
FOR EIGHT YEARS, 





Numtxraf Buthela. 


Coil D lies. 




im. 




».. 


18U5. 


».. 


>sw. 


1882. 






lSS-3 


14 aw 


ii.wn 


11 IW 


IS,UM 


10.832 


a,3M 




SLIKBI 


























































































































































'*J 


!m 


m.MS 


SI 


K» 


09 










































































































































































































M.UM 
1(«,8IS 






los.Bas 


• KT 


™ 


(«;u4 




«ia 


is 






M 






























•s-s 


"-"•S 


































































































Mt'jlB 


10,808 






IK 






soo 




















































































S8,m 




H.1K9 








ofi.m 


«! 




S8 


W) 




















































1I»,M7 


nlsM 


nlm 


W.UI 


M 


I,-.* 


iii.s;2 


n 


*^ 


sa 


































































"is 




110.476 


lua 


KO 


Ml 




























































aw.BW 


«»,097 

la.ins 


isa.oBi 




sni 


162.187 




nw 




















































































M0,7ta 






■S'S 








MS 


ITS 


IH 




































































































































ssIms 


si.ies 


180,909 


101 


UM) 


131,001 


07 


«w 












































































































u'.iM 


x.iKn 


33:t5S 


wiSM 


w 


































































Pici«w.y 


m.-M 


a.int 


M.iSO 












































nLsn 


|J5,*7I 




















































































V u 








-Rosj 




38,889 


t!,l8S 


107 .OW 


« 


KU 











CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 





...„,.,.....,.. 


CcmnUH. 


,-. 


,.». 


■»,. 


,-. 


,«^ 


,.,. ,». 


,»,, 


Sandu.br 


'S:S 
'SS 

II 

S'Sf 

M,Bll 


ai 

tB.JiB'l 

im'.ma 

1M,*40 


iso.un 


m,i7* 

103 .«M 

ftn,7i8 


tlS.Jlo 

sio.ni 
4ni,MT 

240. SI 1 

I'i 


<j.iii) 




i(a.KB 


pj; ::::;::; 


118 .WU 
tU.IWB 


S^";;; 




iiii 




Wyindol 




Tolal ptod... 
Tct.1 iir«... 




lo.nn-.iia 


j,«,». 


1!,W«,13( 


H.56T.ri; 


ni,i!iw,033 I8,«e,ai7 

1,17.923 j 12a,2M 


S.MH.ISO 

iiN.isa 



554 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF TOBACCO IN OHIO 

FOR EIGHT YEARS. 



Counties 



Pounds of Tobacco. 



1899. 



1S9S. 



1897. 



1896. 



1895. 



1SU4. 



1893. 



1892. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula ... 

Athens 

Auglaize . . . . 

\ Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 



Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont .. 
Clinton .... 
Columbiana 
Coshocton . 
Crawford . . 
Cuyahoga . 

Darke 

Defiance ... 
Delaware .. 

Erie 

Fairfield ... 
Fayette .... 
Franklin ... 

Fulton 

(]allia 

Geauga 

Greene .... 
Guernsey .. 
Hamilton . 
Hancock .. 
Hardin .... 
Harrison .. 

Hcnrv 

Highland .. 
Hocking .. 
Holmes ... 
Hi 



Luron 



iackson .... 
eflFerson ... 
k.nox 

Lake ..;.;.. 
Lawrence . . 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison . ... 
Mahoning .. 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Mu^kinijum 

Noble ". 

Otawa 

Paulding ... 

Ferry 

Pickaway . . . 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Hoss ......... 



2,131.862 



2,600 

11,550 

704,452 

4,534,064 

1,029,585 



55,262 

222,335 

2,476,032 

74,624 



10,451,175 
3,950 



150 



721,720 



489,975 

99,085 

189,270 



100 
33,650 



7,800 



70,848 

2.000 

16,700 

17S 



1,828,170 

40 

1,400 



10,300 

<SU,lf(N/ 

1,280,763 
3,300,020 
1,035,965 



98,080 

251,060 

1.597,850 

102, S46 



10 



10,270,356 

6,650 

100 



45 

20 



890,582 



492,439 
240.461 
103,422 



786,098 

520 

2,905 



8,700 

4,100 

1,226.297 

2,006,930 

531,662 



19,100 
150,260 
901,950 

23,590 



5,768,440 
3,600 



80 
4 



235,955 
24 
190,540 
218,945 
106,940 
25»4 



120 

23,270 

400 



10 



40.297 



G6,000 



2.> 



75.210 



223.9«(> 

23.9()0 

30,000 

3,fi40.545 

728,515 

I3,(ini,r>.-)1 

23.582 



300 
20 



1,807,617 



4,800 



917,290 2,859,385 2.233,204 



5,600 



6,010 

7,880 

1,806,728 

2,522,900 

371,920 



16,474 

121,737 

1,301,OM 

76,560 



2,700,040 
8,400 



100 

200 

30 

20 



475,400 



79.050 
252,635 
174,120 



80 



14,060 

120 

75 



650 
17,800 



15 



238.440 

l.IKX) 

18,200 

3,050,706 

1,388,350 

I2,ms„sn7 

101,850 



\00 

134,500 

9.330 

1,<)25 

1,004.420 

1,2J)3,479 

7,132,200 

00.270 



9,570 
550 



192 



2,000 
23,700 



31.048 

"***io6 



110.450 
10,025 



642,144 



13..'?40 
1.150.rt75 



6.f»50 
2,000 



I 



26.070 



5.724,404 
50 



4.000 
7,400 



3.800 
833, OHO 



800 
1,500 



1,126,102 

1,490,205 

5,227,139 

153,525 

32 

9,200 

1,321,7.37 



300 

6,580 

639,956 

2,3:<7,186 

468,091 



2,500 



9,320 



8,800 

16.600 

892,332 

3,712.431 

452,305 



18 ,.400 

14,563 

1,316.965 

16,500 

50 



215 



15,850 

145,141 

2,165,843 

33,500 



200 



3,309,618 



3,909.870 
2,850 



800 



10 



483,643 



128.810 

99,087 

44,590 

35 



40 



506.253 
75 
214.776 
185, 2S5 
211,411 



5,130 

23.140 

1.552.846 

3,344,460 

546,413 



2,886,150 

100 

12,897 



16.600 

153.085 

1.716,210 

4.900 



20,«0 

16,480 

1,U2,«64 

8,0d4,C83 

790»a92 



2S,«)5 

84,445 

2,S09.«80 

26,850 



550 

100 

4.603,765 

2,240 



500 



250 

6.566,057 

2.650 

191 

1,300 

1«0 



586,471 



455,725 



9,000 



4 

10<) 

52,945 

25f) 

300 



50 

4.000 

40,530 

142 

11,755 

ISO 



300 

3.900 

23,775 



27,750 



600 



180,627 
5,000 



903,259 

748,578 

5.459.681 

93,285 



600 



2,500 
601.408 



231,471 

4,o.y) 

6.394 

1,234,815 

1,334.203 

6,801,150 

283,000 



131,908 

161,460 

226.633 

60 



150 

60,925 

1,200 

1,000 



19,500 
50 



4,000 
1,163.432 



620 



17.443 

3.100 

4,905,3.50 

597 



22,910 

1,000 

3.128,000 

320 



40 

27.900 

50 

1,838,148 

70 



3,000 



270,600 

690 

1,850 

1,488,893 

1,864,740 

5.114,.350 

377,454 

2aS 

8.130 

2,534,436 



183,926 
166.704 
145.053 



6.425 

63.100 



2,530 
65 
40 



52.570 
14.666 



4.020 
.320 



8,100 



30,825 



2,103,300 I 2.274.123 



2.775 

1,285 

450 

21.500 

200 

1,840,017 



283.266 

7.495 

2,289,25S 
1.580.663 

10,536.274 
275.260 



4.860 
1.141.891 



11.420 
2.850 



21.825 

3.800 

2.554.828 

100 



\ V.m \ * i,^^' \ " " "ys J^ \ " ' " \% ;*!fflKN \ " * «a,\?«i 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



655 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF TOBACCO IN OHIO 

FOR EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 





Pounds of Tobacco. 


Counties. 


1S99. 


1S99. 


1997. 


1836. 


ISD3. 


18d4. 


1898. 


1892. 


Sanduskv .... 


















Scioto 

Seneca 


848,315 
3,600 

173,230 
1,000 


283,300 
500 

165,021 
570 


liJ2,275 


287,160 


77,400 


3^5, SSI 


228,550 

iO 

47,620 


127.15'i 


Shelby 

Stark 


........... 

37,«68 
4,100 


17,000 


10,6r)0 
95(» 


35,800 


6t>,37j 
0,700 


Summit 




3.600 


5,700 


5,<H10 


Trumbull .... 




75 










Tuscarawas .. 






300 
125 




200 
800 






Union 


150 






125 






Van Wert .. 




25 

100 

1,796.522 

78,931 

248,315 




2.50<i 


Vinton 


2*,2flcV 

3.446,073 

4.630 

334,710 


* 'i*,856' 
3,217,078 
54,190 
308,021 


^25 

1,506,068 

124.613 

1M.825 






• •••••••••■ 


(KK) 


Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

Williams .... 


1,244,240 

72,030 

200.400 


1,810.056 
260,110 
235,112 


1,591 ,900 

4rt5,081 

220.750 

3,500 


2,216.8«H 

30S,353 

385,765 

• 2.(100 


Wood 




150 







.'.!!.*!! 




W van dot .... 




18 





1 






..1 


' 


1 


1 


/ 







Total prod. !52. 484.457 49.534,158 |29,242,225 121. 106. 180 |24,601,327 



Total area. 



56,242 



57,659 



40,823 



34,608 ; 32,S5« 



81,573,098 '31,5n,4^^4 40,63«».W3 
41,504 ; 50,543 ! 46.080 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OV BUCKWHEAT IN 
OHIO FOR EIGHT YEARS. 




CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 





.„.„„,...,„„ 


1 Couotiei. 


„. 


1998. 


im. 


18W, 


1*06. 




isas. ISM. 




U7 

s.floo 
»» 

506 


M8 

I.IBT 
1.S67 
l.SM 

i.sio 


r.o 
i,as7 

i.iiij 

S.MO 
MS 


*,IT7 

±i.a!t 

(.ON 

J.M7 

7BS 

1,«6S 
Ml 




'wo 

I.US7 

eso 
too 














Ml 

'm 

13» 




























































Total product.. 
Totml iret 


10.W9 


■ 


.-«,300 


sia.BH 


ISi.Kt 

"'■«■ 


12 .DOS 


tu.ioe 


14. tor 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OP FLAX SEED IN OBXO 
FOR EIGHT YE.UtS. 





CouDtici. 


■ 


liW. 


1S»7. 


IBM. 


1S8S. 


1K)4. 




18M. 














108 
!S,709 


71 












s.oii 


K,M6 


m 






a.xa 


IS.BW 






















10 


IM 




is? 


SO 


















z 






















«n 




3S 


IS 

m 
m 










IS 










SO 


60 


i 










ISO 


















a 












i» 
» 






























l.BBl 






SM 


e«3 


l.OH 


' SO 

us 
to 


a.aet 


i.ao 












!S 


66 
K 


10 


see 


iii 


j.m 


































i» 




























es 






IS 


4 
























70 


380 


3SS 


i-a 


100 


w 












Ml 


Z 


S4S 


ITS 












e 


» 


* 


' 


















02 


S 


63 
IK 




SO 

1,850 








s 


239 
















Z83 


10 


St 


Gl 


iS 


























n 














..Jii 








J.Via 


s.Bsa 


1.W15 


B.intt 


8,7S8 

1 


1,«8B 


i.in 














40 


108 


IB 


















!,«» 


































! 

1,2SS 






u 






'^ 






=,3 


4S< 


739 

lis 






^ 


1.3M 


it! 


















It 
77* 


'H 


33a 
];«ri 


0.SI7 


SI8 
4,104 


7, us 










2,719 


fi.ies 






HI 




1 






W 




,^ 


IW 


28 
189 


S» 








64 














OS 


101 


OS 
















U 






































1 


lOO 


M 


9G 


m 


H 


CT 


81 




































SO 


3i? 

J.MS 


1,416 


633 


m 


007 


i 

378 


10 

i.nt 










l,OM 


4,»00 


,..':^!. 


I.!H 


wf 


OSS 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS, 



659 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF FLAX SEED IN OHIO 

FOR EIGHT YEARS— Concluded. 









Number ol 


r Bnshels. 








Cotmtief. 


1809. 


1896. 


1897. 


1896. 


1895. 


1894. 


1893. 


1892. 


Sanduskv *... 








1 




37 




2 


Scioto 








28 
202 
111 

20 


20 
41 






Seneca 




220 

120 

2 


bO 
277 
71 


202 

1,106 

13 






Shelby 


84 
5 



166 
42 


535 


Stark 


06 




Stifninit .••••••••«••• 




Trofflbull 1 


310 


518 


1,792 


3,106 
26 


2,286* 

7 


744 
9 


986 


Tuscarawas 




Union i 




6 

15 
2 




55 


Van Wert 


20 


eo 




60 


60 




Q 


Vinton 


30 






Warren 












5 


WathinBton 






4 

2,261 






4 
4,824 






Wayne '. 

Williams 1 


i ' i,ii7 


2,412 


3,948 


* 5,677* 


2,794 


2.266 


Wood 


73 


60 




150 


418 


* 300 
100 


105 


20 


W jandot 






1 




1 


( 

25,040 

1 


1 








Total product.... 


31,U79 

1 


36,307 


47,005 


07,223 


43,902 


28,283 


25,003 



I 



660 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE* 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF FLAX IN OHIO POR 

EIGHT YEARS. 





Pounds ot Fibre. 


Counties. 


1899. 


1 

1896. 


. 1897. 


1 

1896. 


1 

1895. 


1894. 


1893. 


1802. 


Allen 



















Ashland 

Ashtabula . . . 


1,365,500 


" 766,366' 


552,600 


966,550 
3,300 


838,407 


1,464,600 


607,600 


204,800 
2,000 


Athens 














4,000 


Carol! 














1,000 




ChaniDaifirn . . 
















Qark •....:: 














15,000 
16,000 


8,500 


Crawford .... 


400 


18 


5 


8,000 


70,000 




13,780 
46,000 


Darke 


5,700 


Delaware .... 
















Erie 


















Fairfield .... 
















4 


Fayette 




14 














Geauffa 






5,006 


21,990 

6,000 

502,801 


41,000 


4,000 


80,000 


Greene 








Huron 

Knox 


287,300 


121,400 

SO 

320 


90,115 


250,680 


154,208 


135,800 


65.S0O 


Lake 
















Lawrence . . . 
















Licking 
















4S 


Lorain 

Lucas 


81,876 


16,500 
10 


59,010 


41,500 


45,000 

158 

6 


21,700 


18,900 


6,000 


MahonincT . . . 






7,000 




4,000 


8,000 
128 


Marion 










Medina 

Mercer 


55,400 


63,019 


37,514 


121,200 


232,300 


324,900 


196,300 


266,040 


Miami 

Montgomery 


1,006 


6 


84,800 


22,000 
100 


8,000 


21.400 
9,000 


20,100 


64,0tt 


Morrow 










10 
6,000 
6,001 




Portage 

Preble 


4,000 


11,087 


29,500 


56.400 


25.000 


19,800 
10,000 


710 
84,300 


Putnam . ... 


400 
56,800 


50 
43.000 








Richland .... 
Sandusky .... 


42,650 


275,400 


215,100 


93,000 


3,112 


5,000 


Seneca 








10 


435 








Shelby 




6,000 


1,603 

4 

19,000 

126,600 


15,000 


16,820 

6,000 

30,500 

168,100 


9,600 


Stark 








rrumbull .... 






165.700 
275,300 


102,235 
258,560 


108,300 
657,800 


15,600 
227^180 


Wayne 


36,100 
1,838,781 


135,370 


Totals ....] 


1,163,184 1 


1,013,301 


2,218,146 


2,320,935 


2,946,408 


1,255,243 


1,050,247 



CHOP AND OTHEK STATISTICS. 





Coanlict. 


IV>unils of Broom Bruih. 




^. 


,„. 


™. 


.„. 


»^ 


IJW. 


l!W. 




J.MH, 




e.ssr 


SCO 


eoo 


i.sS 


1.0»0 






WJ 






SOQ 


lUI 


J.llU 










1,«W 




















iB.lm 

'sou 
fl.inkJ 


11 


Is 


»,0I10 


ttf.oso 
*o'mo 


17S.7M 

la 


sb 




















L:hj,mpiiign 


siB.aus 


47.601 


ii.asu 




7,«I0 


«i.60D 


Gc.om 
















400 

so 


!:S 


:;»» 






100 

60 




i,anj 










350 










£0 








l.UO 




















K.IOO 








ai.iaw 


ii,a«o 


siaHP 


'"Ml 


x.sm 


£N,91U 
















B.OOU 




2,9U0 
lA.OCU 


i.uoij 










4,(1H1 


4,'lW 


'■7, 








7i» 




1>H. 








30)«iU 

50» 






















IM 
















7«l 




^ 




s.on.1 1 N.iw 






'il 










1,30(1 
1 3.110(1 


U,SI» 


-.000 


*■'"" 








sia 












».ona 


=,700 


















siiiu 


i.iioo 

'iKD 


t.m.i 

xlum 


4.W 












'tod 


I'Soo 


Wiii 








Ol 
















000 
































s.aio 


5in 
















.1110 

a-.iNji 






























3,iai 


•■- 


iH,aui 


ll.WI 








IS.WMJ 


a,w 


















S.Mlll 


'"'Biunn' 














I.SOO 
















S,l««i 


'» 




i 




...5^ 


m 












'-s.m 














14.200 

s,nS5 










:;:s 




■i.wo 
4[nnii 


aloou 




slsno 




?"•,'■ 1 


fl.soo 
i.isn 


n.owi 
14 .son 

loo 
SS.onn 


um 




1«.4«, 






l!a.B7U 




















«0 




.,r 


soil 


504 








son 


tn 
















1""^ 


400 1 


«0 














WW 






■ 'J'.iH 


Si, son 












-■s 

■on 








1.™ 


4.«SI1 


snn 












" W 1 


"S 


"t™. 1 
l.wn 










^ '""m 













•562 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF BROOM CORN IN 

OHIO FOR EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Pounds of Broom Brush. 



16&9. 



1898. 



lSi>7. 



1896. 



18{)5. 



1894. 



1898. 



1882. 



Sandusky . . 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

•Summit 

Trumbull .. 
Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert ., 

Vinton 

Warren . . . . 
Washingicn 

Wayne 

Williams . . . 

Wood 

Wyandot . . 



280 



11,000 
3,832 
250 
1,000 
604 
5,055 
8,000 



3,600 

1,000 

400 

2,000 



Total product. 
Total area .... 



2,000 



660,475 



200 



4,000 
50 



2,000 
2,000 



€00 



907 



900 



844.166 

748 



2,070 
4 .466 



8,000 
2,500 



100 



1,000 

700 

7,200 



109 
3,944 



8,090 
7,850 



1,500 

5,600 

250 



1,000 



50 



317,404 598,971 



rsi 



979 



1,755 

400 
1,500 



543,203 
1,053 



99 

800 

1,200 



2,354 



1,150 



200 
1,105 
1,800 



125 
5.100 
1,000 



50 
130 



637,248 
1,125 



20 

ieo 



497,551 
1,582 



1,200 
45 



800 

170 

45 



480 
8,700 



18 



22,420 
450 



1,800 



538,474 
1,061 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



568 



tfPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

FOR SIX YEARS. 



Counties. 



u 

a 

U 

3 

s 

OS 



c 

3 

3 

B 
3 
O 
0< 



I 



3,574 
443 

id i 2,607 

)ula 1 4,290 

» 

zc 

nt 



I 



1.790 
394 
1.913 
4.079 
1,064 
1,678 

»aign i 2.691 

; 1.341 

mt 1,205 

1 1,514 

biana 3,i«2 

1.891 

1,511 

4.470 

1,997 

67 

1,189 

1,460 

4,186 

1,829 

723 

125 

2.318 

2.626 

859 

2,089 



:ton 

.rd 

3ga 



cc 
ire 



Id 

t . 
in 



iey 
:on 
ck 
1 .. 
on . 



714 
040 
880 
050 
700 
450 
426 
375 
300 
730 
482 
070 
660 
200 
220 
700 
020 
300 
157 
200 
850 
350 
150 
450 
500 
380 
(360 
425 
250 
340 



3.026,600 

150,190 

2,657,880 

4,290,760 

1,844.100 

83,100 

1,726,742 

3,640,480 

493,840 

1,899,281 

1,410.980 

1,034.668 

1,032,190 

810,263 

3,399,088 

1,461,990 

1,827,400 

3.610,600 

914,188 

75,300 

788.100 

903,870 

2,755,650 

1,573,471 

296,360 

151,250 

2,341,521 

2,391,347 

629,400 

2,136,726 



B 

3 
•O 

•O 
V 

«B 
3 
OD 

a 

3 
O 



!>• 



2,268,462 

104,924 

2,095,100 

8,099,040 

1,609,405 

58,600 

2,140,275 

1,218,577 

214.100 

1,703,125 

841,820 

646,800 

753,600 

665,048 

3,255,009 

1,163.050 

1,067,488 

2,984,390 

694,410 

57,450 

237,456 

674,760 

1,885,490 

782,171 

200.701 

104.900 

2,479,963 

2,313,150 

261,040 

1,789,000 



s 
••• 

w 
3 

V 
M 

3 

« 

^l 
3S 

O' 



bo 

6 



1 

3 

\i 
sr 



2,101 
180 

1,382 

8,468 

1,414 
25 

1,777 

1,038 
143 

1,213 
788 
896 
649 
336 

2.763 
827 
711 

8,539 

582 

32 

296 

683 

1,408 

696 

252 

28 

1,750 

1,882 
123 

1,402 



680 
475 
973 
633 
960 
600 
607 
700 
250 
670 
630 
708 
535 
560 
300 
454 
020 
840 
515 
000 
000 
290 
600 
436 
750 
000 
005 
823 
300 
200 



2,381,260 

369,000 
1,751,900 
4,668,300 
1,709,990 
19,800 
1,623,377 
1,671,600 

145,450 
1,053,103 
1,854,070 

578,500 
1,122,980 

795,230 
2,563,700 
1,286.006 
1,116,918 
8,351,100 

926,900 
46,500 

665,680 

636,t)01 
2,503,250 

745,700 

021,375 

86,100 

1,654,000 

2,298,515 

575,900 
1,681,505 



B 

u 
3 

■o 

3 
« 

Be 
30 
O' 



2,569,700 

273,100 

1,401,600 

3,690,604 

1,104,640 

4,100 

1,062,648 

1,839,766 

186,626 

852.648 

(>M.750 

246,016 

W5,718 

420.000 

2,183,950 

760,186 

707,600 

3.074,950 

Do/ ,MNJ 

43.. 320 

407,430 

344,500 

1,394.252 

406,800 

273,816 

102,750 

1,296,476 

1,051,406 

332,620 

987,436 



nd 



n 
on 



ice 



)n . 
ing 
1 .. 
a .. 



e .... 
omery 

n 

w .... 
tigum 



ig 
fzy 



n . 
nd 



738 

279 

897 

72 

3,300 

2,357 

1.702 

4,068 

2,380 

1,151 

3,224 

1.743 

554 

3.853 

1,215 

2,192 

250 

173 

2,574 

831 

669 

2,762 

178 

2,298 

4,850 

3,826 

2,868 

2,745 

3,518 

1,259 

5 

1 

3,835 

2,244 

2,773 

3.636 

5,992 

2 

3,640 

8,008 



800 
300 
780 
240 
780 
840 
830 
079 
320 
050 
630 
790 
190 
490 
956 
506 
510 
945 
465 
100 
880 
500 
150 
280 
551 
597 
800 
410 
910 
315 
700 
700 
460 
200 
350 
760 
860 
800 
496 
580 



404,000 

146,900 

810.421 
70.100 
3,848,215 
2,356,851 
2,120,800 
2,868,650 
1.857.810 
1.422,910 
2,402,450 
1,117,600 

415,800 
2,297,390 

382,200 
8,074.480 

147,500 

60,600 

8,673.980 

257,900 
5,267,500 
2.931,254 

102,100 
1,310,426 
2,321,430 
2,891,77^ 
2,304,923 
2,828,896 
2,832,166 
1,067,016 
1.400 
14,243 
3,650,810 

687,913 
2,680,680 
8.451.854 
4,131.015 
6,000 
8,841.561 
2,166,300 \ 



231,350 

34.850 

1,316.690 

40,:{00 

8,251,640 

2,027.768 

1.388.720 

2,794,010 

1,934.568 

1.447.120 

1,867,825 

550.429 

205,850 

1.34C.860 

108,890 

2,517,899 

81.400 

8,000 

8.992.194 

81,700 

4, ."{99, 290 

2,878,017 

68,100 

696,660 

1,800,260 

2.176.400 

2,870,660 

1,811,876 

«,26p,748 

i,om,ioo 

7,400 

1,700 

8,487,350 

462.700 

1,917,743 

8,698.352 

3,406,290 

2,000 

2,745,460 

1,835,M2 



263 

100 

726 

26 

2,397 

2,002 

1,210 

2,014 

1,484 

1,221 

1,405 

681 

211 

1,104 

161 

1,740 

118 



556 

200 
106 
900 
020 
928 
960 
068 
910 
682 
140 
700 
126 
810 
300 
420 
700 



2,965 

90, 

8,257 

1,055 

8 

672 
1,585 
1,487 
1,942 

856 
2,648 
1,090 

4 

2,751 
543 
1,771 
3,208 
3,581 



486 
910 
420 
880 
500 
460 
502 
850 
660 
191 
796 
089 
600 
020 
680 
050 
050 
740 
750 






449,340 

175,900 

787,638 
45.000 
3,149,200 
1,622,515 
1,408,280 
2,735,670 
2,086,300 
1,601,880 
2,110,098 

066,400 

162,906 
2,013,200 

160,200 
2,884,951 

192,900 

44,000 

4,172,897 

114,012 

4,417,646 

2,407,860 

23,900 

661,048 
1.540.260 
1.625,080 
2,432,358 
1,669,270 
2,892,991 
1,186,620 
5,800 
5,800 
3,033,916 

378,600 

1,522.14« 

3,476,300 

3,043,100 

5^0QQ 



213,400 

65,400 

487,350 

8,350 

2,011,750 

1,402,640 

067,224 

1.939.160 

1,409,915 

999,400 

2,041,318 

1,066.800 

85.600 

977,150 

217,750 

1,380,510 

178,150 

1,000 

2,543,729 

16,100 

3,062,000 

1,525,990 

5.100 

397,160 

1,053,431 

997,010 

1.743.561 

947.100 

1,502,046 

470.310 

2,500 



2,115,580 
184,044 
1,547,080 
2,778,462 
8,285,450 



664 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING USE OF COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER 

FOR SIX YEARS -- Concluded. 



Counties. 



u 



(0 

si 



be 

c 

s 
-a 

«; 
«: 

s 

3* 
PU 



bo 

c 

3 
•U 
•3 

CO 



tn 
•3 • 

3X 



be 

c 
s 



V 
If. 



•n . 



be 

c 

•c 



3 
PU 



b£ 

a 



C 

3 

r3 

s 

3 



Sandusky .. 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Sheibv 

Stark' 

Summit 

Trumbull . . 
Tuscarawas 

L'nion 

\'an Wen . 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 
Wayne . . . . 
Williams . . 

Wood 

W van dot .. 



Cob. 700 
3,083,800 
3,('><;ri;i)34 
1,476,300 
3,253,02o 
3.445,iniO 
3,251,152 
l,70i;,.'i7tf 

570,575 



l,9l)7,5()0 
1)43,000 
5.170,510 
5.510.148 
235, rxw 
725,040 
710,500 



43^4 

1,»84 

2,390 

5S2 

3,5:« 

2,781 

3,320 

1,573 

168 

1 

1,964 

870 

4,617 

4,503 

175 

51 S 

574 



Total pounds. 
Total cost 



,100 
,505 
,500 
.510 
,770 
,627 
.628 
,45<J 
,350 
,()«) 
.350 
,1W0 
.730 
,(MW 
,550 
.300 
,7o(J 



2.'<4,400 
1,62«,^J^.) 
l.l»00,840 

361,570 
2,2tW,44JH 
2,337,740 
2.915,942 
l,2W,2UO 
62.900 
1,600 
1, 407, f 500 

5(}2,750 

3.375.175 

3,560,698 

63. 3 W 

45;),4(K) 

217,516 



272, OSo 
1,913.312 
1.458,930 

533,670 
2,157,900 
1,613,981 
2, '427, 010 
1,054,4:W 
S4,050 



1,294.950 
392,150 
3.294.850 
3,152,538 
116,700 
319,:<00 
15;i,700 



181,220 
1,607,544 
2,623,150 

731 .750 
2,6(^5,854 

Hi5,lQ5 
3,53:i,860 
1,117,375 

153,900 

600 

1,580,930 

837,200 
4,260,500 
4,128,876 

235,340 

333,380 

348,480 



1178,926,048 1152,190.375 123,146,474 102,3S3.910 126,297,099 
$2,290,136 f $1,513,915 [$1.4S1,5vN'? 05] $1,168,657 $1,529,088 



121.K5t» 
1.319,2! 5 

221.MU 

l,au2,75it 
2,isU2,4iv 

331>,<»N> 

1.0» 

l,152,3'!:i 

(i53,3i»'i 

S,tir2r>,V 6 

2,734,0-* 

32.3' «• 

323,7' «» 

180,014^ 



91,290,310 
$1,162,981 



CROP AND OTHER STATISTICS. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF WOOL IN OHIO FOR 
EIGHT YEARS. 



AihUnd .. 



~B^ 



ar.im 
xn.sn 



■M.U1 

SM.MT 
m.iik: I 41,04 

n.nnn sh.kii 



tillwn 

XT.SX! 



l".lTlt 
M.0I3 



10. UT 

a),B87 



am.ta 

l!«,!ll 
U.U4 






W.SIS 



,„, 


1*95. 


I»U. 


IsflS, 


37,k7» 


(W6-0 


Si BIS 


no 441 


:ij.ui 


wiTM 


laiiiiT 


13«is4U 


Ml.lW 




iis.tw 








1V0,7M 


IJO^BiW 


sii'.a* 


art .Hal 


wi.He 


jTi.eis 


fU.M! 


«li.MT 


Ht,IU 


M.flit 


MU.7«7 








4i.no 


MifflJt 




»|8U 


M.ois 


»7:W7 


talis 


la.Ms 


sii.ua 


wn.im 


KM, IK 




IIU.UM 


IM.«]7 


171. tW 


m.rrt 


IW.MO 


iod.ws 


WJ.SM 


ISI.UT! 




!7.4M 




1S.1W 


lis! MA 








iiu.m 


aoiluo 


1.11 .Blfl 


an! $74 


inaliei 


Ksi.tia 


SMB7S 


flMllOH 




m.DU 


aa.wi 


IMO.tt 


If 7 lion 




».«3S 




St. 013 


mIow 




40',II7 




Tl,8!.l 


KiIm! 


.■S'"' 




SfK.IlM 


xa.xes 




OsiliH 


70.IIW 




ioiioa 






IMiiSM 


144.003 




AD^UM) 


SI, MM 


1«1,*» 


u'.ai 


S4,44S 


U.KM 


itat,M» 


Dfliw 


M,S7li 


IM.WB 


l'«,0« 


BI.HG 


74.861 


00.173 




m.u.^ 


71. 1» 


H,<H7 


wiMi 


01 iota 


ISl.WT 


IM.IM 


ii4.7M 




43B,4na 


itn.UK) 


m.M 




6, MB 


S,7ST 


I1,1I4I< 


■'■iss;i.fts' 




iiii,3ra 




i.M.aiM 


17S:478 


sin.iiB 


iwim 


»l>.»73 


llTfl.2Bfi 


«1,7W 


BU.MS 


aB.Bos 


a.m 


M,4» 


at,7«i 


»7.rii 


IILSSO 


lan.tw 


llH.imh 


W.OH) 


H»,3« 


lt1.<H0 


IM.OM 


1IM1H 






IW.5-J0 


nft.Ma 


2n;!4<i»i 




ux.im 






70|hi» 


m.rM 




Whilaos 






W.S5G 








3».1»H 


M.ta 


WISIM 


anliM 




ii.nM 


_M.son 


in.PW 


S°t!iiS7 






7M,>WS 




MO 1477 




3(W.071 


13S[0I« 


lai.M!) 


1M,7H 


iB7,aw 










141 |au 


tXi'lWH 






i4s:w 


SIB.SIO 


tn'.ftB 


«»|678 


uw.iw 


Mn.mto 


m.m 


341.080 






117,140 




larioiia 


zS 






88,0411 




TolOM 






icnn 


11, -« 


Tl'.OVS 


IW.71H 




I7n.7»s 


7.1»18 


IS.OSS 


idIooo 


'K.fl7fi 




Mll,S94 


m.Mi 


fiii.iBa 


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666 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPARATIVE TABLE SHOWING PRODUCTION OF WOOL IN OHIO FOR 

EIGHT YEARS — Concluded. 



Counties. 



Sandusky 
Scioto . . 
Seneca .. 
Shelby .. 
Stark . . 
Summit 
Trumbull 
Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren . . . 
Washington 
Wayne . 
Williams 
Wood .. 
Wyandot 



1800. 



82, (H4 

5.554 

177,127 

40,480 
124,765 

40,961 
134,121 
155.420 
252,370 

61,074 

80,062 

64.112 
108,706 
125,543 
153,175 

75,379 
331,047 



Total pr*d*ct|13,017,052 13,104,374 



Pounds Shorn. 



1808. 



1897. 



1800. 



1805. 



1804. 



83,572 

5,768 

174,341 

36,368 
136.455 

48,618 
143,201 
151,658 
203,216 

74,806 
104,481 

70,676 
199,010 
133.238 
166,205 

75.567 
286,275 



85,016 

5,608 

145,419 

20.130 

112,335 

44.759 

135.160 

142,789 

104,238 

50,665 

98,716 

50,385 

183.583 

116,101 

136,522 

102,511 

352,024 



66,936 

6,297 

162,462 

28,006 
130.354 

41.179 
140,458 
161.606 
190,750 

43.406 
110.648 

61.164 
206.001 
107,401 
135.840 

84,074 
368.432 



11.877,603 



12,262,430 



105,756 

8,664 

204,117 

47,185 
158,771 

59,435 
170,270 
202,810 
234,934 

74,037 
136,168 

60,788 
267,207 
136,307 
149,616 

07,600 
376,020 



117,305 

7,776 

202,406 

33.822 
104,169 

65,306 
211,640 
262,672 
273,134 

66.586 
160,964 

68,106 
340,428 
163,415 
162,474 

86,055 
406.306 



14.671.104 117.161,826 



1898. 



84,285 

6,652 

211.600 

89,311 

186.890 

66.700 

212.160 

272,365 

316.100 

62.104 

88.300 

82.182 

827.404 

165.215 

164.660 

117.009 

346.060 



17.284.073 



1892. 



107.300 

•6.847 
238.177 

85.109 
207.773 

78.970 
241.348 
816.900 
283.822 

66.653 
145.997 

09.874 
m2.S68 
170.601 
188.565 
120.804 
41^.110 

19.406,224 



CONVEYANCE STATISTICS. 



56r 



CONVEYANCES, LEASES, MORTGAGES, ETC. 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1900. AS REPORTED BY 

COUNTY RECORDERS. 



TABLE No. I — AGRICULTURAL LANDa 



Goaatics. 



Adams .... 

Allen 

Ashland . . 
Ashtabula 
Athens .... 
Auclaize .. 
Belmont .. 
Brown . — 

Butler 

Carroll . . . . 
Champaign 

Clark 

Clermont . 
Qinton .... 
Columbiana 
Coshocton 
Crawford .. 
Cuyahoga . 

Darke 

DeAance .. 
Delaware .. 

Erie 

Fairfield ... 
Fayette ... 
Franklin .. 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga ... 

Greene. 

Guernsey . 
Hancock . . 
Hardin .... 
Harrison ... 

Henry 

Highland . 
Hocking ... 

Holmes 

Huron .... 

Jackson 

Jefferson . . 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence . 
Licking — 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison . . . 
Mahoning , 

Marion 

Medina . . . . 

Meigs 

Mercer .... 
Mismi 



676 
1,146 
328 
460 
838 
856 
412 
468 
240 
280 
834 
300 
564 
860 
191 
445 
817 
277 
815 
884 
407 
212 

5as 

847 
1,021 
421 
559 
828 
831 
306 
404 
421 
215 
470 
473 
421 
509 
359 
295 
237 
877 
274 
542 
519 
485 
360 
398 
169 
397 
328 
270 
501 
624 
490 



Sales. 






k 

8 i 



29,970 
10,365 
18,965 
11,976 
20,458 
15,210 
22,701 
86,049 
17.869 
13,580 
16,968 
14,359 
21.268 
18.272 

7,840 
20,355 
12,609 

7,734 
85.071 
20.575 
16.864 

6,276 
24.188 
18,291 
85,273 



21.388 
12,094 
18.834 
* 9,707 
16.7.37 
17,WI9 
10,132 
21,150 
21.891 
24.020 
15,365 
14.043 
13,000 
16.605 
20.007 
6.196 
15.042 
21,874 
28,616 
13,856 



\ 



9,837 
11,075 
17,943 
13.044 
19.526 



$11 45 
35 00 
28 64 
19 00 
26 18 
23 40 
27 
12 



00 
15 



43 00 

30 26 
42 S.^ 
68 09 
26 10 

42 50 
29 50 
18 11 
48 49 

105 00 
88 95 

31 24 
88 00 
66 68 
SO 82 
60-26 

23 00 

43 15 
16 00 
28 00 
40 00 
84 00 
4a 60 

80 00 
28 00 
86 62 
28 00 

8 08 

44 00 
34 45 
14 07 

24 74 
24 22 
61 54 
13 00 
84 25 

81 53 

45 00 



40 73 
42 46 
36 00 
85 83 
15 89 



\ 



$882,201 71 
677,775 00 
543,319 28 
164,400 00 
634,638 48 
365,914 OO 
612,997 6& 
438.176 00 
769.890 00^ 
410. P30 80 
729,455 25 
834,12.5 i^S- 
655.097 .-^V 
762,849 7a 
231.480 00 
868,548 46 
611.418 11 
612.750 00 

1,366,817 00 
042.691 6a 
649,210 00 
355.742 12 
745,448 73 
919..323 00 
794.811 09 
746.548 00 
846.041 8^ 
344.900 00 
788, .WO 00- 
867.204 00 
814,476 22- 
697.290 OO 

284.000 00 
774.619 00 
604.276 02 
104,150 46 
676.712 00 

484.001 82 
100,650 OO 
413,044 OO 
484.752 Oa 
881,335 4T 
194,083 00 
748,909 Qfy 
005,380 35 
626.774 00 
415.763 39 
489,155 00 
470,313 56 
644.259 17 
467,402 12 
810.293 00 



568 



SSPORI OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TABLE No. I— AGRICULTURAL LANDS— Concluded. 



Cotuitie6. 



Sales. 



m 
Q 

9 »< 
2 



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U 



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ll 

9i 



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8 



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o 
u 

aC 

0*0 

8'S 

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Monroe 

Montgomery 
Morgan .... 
Morrow .... 
Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding . . . 

Perry 

Pickaway . . 

Pike 

Portage'.... 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland ... 

Ross 

Sandusky . . 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Sxmimit .... 
Trumbull . . 
Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert .. 

Vinton , 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

W^ilHams . . . 

Wood 

Wyandot . . . 

Totals.. 



364 
471) 
343 
342 
456 
i'^ 
327 
917 
S70 
262 
478 
321 
44C 
508 
531 
569 
270 
355 
365 
306 
311 
370 
401 
502 
510 
503 
.">72 
27f) 
728 
501 
247 
790 
374 



16,157 
17,856 
12,106 
14,263 
20,331 
17,556 



37,185 



35,512 
17.302 
12,243 
36,672 
14,832 
20,862 
27,185 
27,631 
27,828 
10,068 
23,393 
16,540 
15,498 
10,655 
13,104 
17,970 
18.397 
25,611 
16,126 
26,4.'J7 
15,572 
22,1.31 
18,572 
17.115 
37. KM) 
17,514 



1,579.639 



12 43 
58 11 
26 16 
30 92 
22 00 
18 62 



80 57 

25 08 
47 97 

7 56 
34 00 
39 27 
27 02 

23 36 

24 38 

57 90 

8 60 
45 56 

26 70 

58 00 
6:^ 00 
29 02 
32 04 

27 61 
47 00 
14 49 
43 34 
21 17 
47 46 
34 55 
38 00 
41 60 



800,861 13 
1,037,693 45 
816,631 71 
440,954 91 
465,564 00 
827,027 00 
664.356 00 
1,085,707 00 
449,855 16 

687.382 43 
277,503 06 
503,841 00 

819.383 00 
734,660 00 
645,515 00 
675.539 88 
682.942 14 
199.981 S8 
775,460 40 
414,026 SO 
617.990 00 
823.287 62 
521,577 00 
590,665 25 
707.030 47 
766,717 00 

3,833,565 01 
676.039 71 
482, .)82 00 
831,465 96 
501.873 00 

1,381.000 00 
728,788 70 



$53,998,641 91 



CONVEYANCE STATISTICS. 



569 



TABLB NO. n— LANDS WITHIN CORPORATE LIMITS, 

VALUED BY THE ACRE. 



Conntict. 



Sales. 



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< 



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u 

I' 

ii 



2$. 

h 



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a 
o 
u 
w. a 

SB 

9 V 



f 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Carroll 

Clermont ... 
Columbiana 

Erie 

Franklin .... 

Fulton 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hancock .... 
Harrison .... 

Henry 

Highland ... 
Jencrson . . . . 

Knox 

Lake 

Licking 

Logan 

Lucas 

Madison . . . . 
>tahoning .. 

Marion 

Medina 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morrow 

Paulding . . . 

Perry 

Pickaway . . . 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland .... 
Sandusky ... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull . . . 
Tuscarawas . 

Union , 

Wyandot ... 

Totals... 



88 

55 

26 

21 

17 

»2 

27 

1 

1 

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1 

14 

145 
10 

102 
7S 
71 
27 

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4 

12 

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1 

4 

8 

M 

2:i 

in 

1 

50 

2<» 

1.''2 

:V2 

5 

1,821 



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208 


pm 32 


$13,181 00 




20 


55 00 


1.100 00 




41 


424 26 


17,396 00 

5, .826 SO 

10.41U 48 




22 


740 34 




12!) 


800 00 


100.200 00 




'MO 


14S 48 


50.44K) 00 




2 


75 00 


1.50 00 




8 




floo 00 




113 




2it.NS):'i 00 


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21 


58 70 


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17.050 22 




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1,(U0 00 







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750 00 




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14.178 00 




4 


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I i'*H 00 




544 


878 '>ii 


2n5,8!»«» 60 




7.S 


115 :i2 


11..8I0 00 


• . . « 


74 


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47,!»8rt 34 
225,01.-) 37 




60 


J»82 07 


64,818 00 




147 


2i>8 00 


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SOO .82 


62,820 00 




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242 84 


I5,7h5 00 




20 


77 .V) 


1,.^50 00 




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12,87<» 00 




2.8 


8,08.8 (Ml 


72,075 00 




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110 80 


1.047 44 

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KM". 41 


10,6.57 81 


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27 


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18,42:^ 00 
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84 


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2.718 00 




5 


840 00 


1 .700 00 




4 




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2K5 00 


6,540 00 




78 


070 8(1 


71.500 00 




2'J 


8.708 00 


110.140 54 




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200 70 


25.810 00 




12.-> 


722 14 


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17,068 00 




f) 


4^5 11 


4, .806 00 


1 


t?,827 




f1. 446,688 44 



670 REPORT OF SECBETARV OF STATE. 

TABLE No. m-CITY, TOWN AND VILLAGE LOTS. 





rns 


af City, Town 
ilUge Lots. 


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ConTryiDCf*. 


Counlitj. 


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IW 

806 

S.70S 
Ml 

2U 
KS 

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304 

S,*S8 
897 


III 

mIoiooo 

»9S,780 00 
W.TU M 

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ltIS,lflS 11 

i8,(iS!>,n>s oo 

■ 110.2-1 00 
B.01":5« 01 

S;S;S 

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ifi.om 00 

75,831 00 
4401802 m 

4!S4s!l30 44 

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CONVEYANCE STATISTICS. 



671 



TABLE Na in— CITY, TOWN AND VILLAGE LOTS» ETC— Concluded. 



GooatiM. 



Sales of City, Town 
and Village LoU. 



ill 

n 



o 
u 

!^ 

< 



Complicated or Mixed 
Convesrances. 



« 

5 



k 



a 
o 
u 

a8 



I' 



Rosa 

Sandu»lcy 

Scioto 

Seneca « 

Shelby / 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals 



818 
466 

689 
508 
208 

2,131 

1.723 
789 
728 
817 
435 
115 
842 

1,137 
639 
393 

l.OTO 
310 



66,613 



858,270 12 
442,433 82 
624.217 70 
694.371 75 



1.120. 

3,733. 
5