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ANNUAL REPORT 



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GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF OHIO, 



FOB THE YEAR 1884. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Office of the Secretaby of State, 

Columbus, Ohio, November 19, 1884. 

To the Honorable Gbobge Hoadly, Oovemor of Ohio: 

In accordance with the duty devolving upon this department, 
under the Constitution and the laws, I have the honor to herewith 
submit my annual report for the year ending November 16, 1884. 

CORPORATIONS. 

There have been filed in this office during the year just closed, 
seven hundred and eighty-four articles of incorporation. 

The companies thus incorporated are cli^ssified as follows: Ten 
banks, savings and loan associatioi^s, fifty-eight building and loan com- 
panies, six cemetery associations, fifty-two churches, seventeen colleges 
and literary societies, five co-operative associations, fifteen electric light 
and power companies, eight fire and life-insurance companies, ten gas com- 
panies, two hundred and one manufacturing companies, twenty-three 
mining companies, eighty-six mutual aid societies, twenty-five printing 
and publishing companies, eighteen railroad companies, eighty-two so- 
cieties and benevolent associations, five street railroads, nine telegraph 
and telephone companies, and one hundred and fifty-four for various 
purposes. 

The total capital stock of these incorporated companies is stated at 
t99,130,760. Nine railroad companies also consolidated with a capital 
stock of $63,490,000, making the total amount of the capital' stock for 
the year ending November 16, 1884, $162,620,760. Sixty-five companies 
have increased their capital stock $36,898,000. Eight companies have 
decreased their capital stock $6,320,000. Two hundred and seventy-seven 
companies have filed the required certificates that ten per cent, of their 
capital stock has been subscribed previous to organization. Thirty- 
seven railroad equipment contracts and sixteen certificates for mis- 
cellaneous purpoees have been filed. 



4 ANl^UAL BEPOBT. 

Accompanying this report will be found a complete list of the in- 
corporations filed in this office during the year just closed, so classified 
and arranged that they may be easily understood. 

FBKS FOR FILING ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION. 

The General Assembly, at its last session, by the act of March 
18, 1884, enacted into a law the suggestions made in my last report' 
in reference to the fees to be charged for filing articles of incorporation. 
That act has now been in force eight months and its operations thus 
far have been such as to commend it as a judicious measure, and to 
justify the fullest expectations as to its salutary effect. In the first 
place, while the advance of fees has not proven i>urdensome to respon- 
sible companies, nor retarded the growth of legitimate and well-directed 
enterprises, it has stopped, in a large measure, the hasty and useless 
incorporation of companies that were merely visionary or speculative 
in their character. The cheapness and rapidity with which, under the 
former law, persons could become incorporated, invited individuals 
without any well-defined plans or purposes to secure articles of incor- 
poration, filling the records of this office with long lists of companies 
that never were fully organized and that never existed save in name. 
The advance of fees will prevent many of the abuses that grew up 
under the old system. 

In the second place, the fees charged have added largely to the 
income derived from incorporations, and the returns so far have been 
such as to prove that these fees will pay not only the cost of clerk- 
hire, but in fact the entire expenses of this department. Since the 
passage of the act the increase in receipts has been such as to justify 
the prediction that the annual income therefrom will reach from $15,000 
to 820,000, and will eventually exceed such estimate. During the past 
eight months the receipts have been 89,646.60, and this period embraces 
the dullest season of the year. 

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

Fifteen villages have been incorporated during the past year, and 
eight others have annexed additional territory. 

REVISED STATUTES. 

Under Senate Joint Resolution No. 61, adopted April 17, 1883, the 
State received by exchange 1850 copies of the new or third edition of 
the Revised Statutes. About 200 copies of these were bound last winter 



8ECBETABY OF STATE. O 

for the use of the General Assembly, the most of which were retained 
by the members. House Joint Resolution No. 22, adopted April 14, 
1884, authorized the Secretary of State to purchase 1850 copies of 
Williams' Supplement, containing all acts passed since July 1, 1879, 
and which were in force January 1, 1884, together with acts of a general 
mature, no^ embraced in the original edition. The purchase of such 
supplements has been made in accordance with said resolution. A 
portion of these statutes, with the supplement, has been bound at the 
State bindery in three volumes in accordance with said resolution, and 
the number assigned to county officials has been shipped to each county, 
and the officers of State supplied. Those yei unbound are still at the 
State bindery, and the remainder are in possession of this office. 

OHIO STATE BEPORTS. 

Volume 89 and volume 40 of the Ohio State Reports have been 
received from the publishers during the past year, the former embracing 
the decisions of the Supreme Court and the latter the decisions of the 
Supreme Court Commission. Copies of these have been distributed as 
provided by law, as follows : Issued to county clerks, 88 ; to states and 
territories, 45 ; to Supreme Court', library and reporter, 17 ; to Supreme 
Court Commission, 11; to State officers, 8; leaving still on hand 181 
copies of each. 

Volumes of former reports have also been distributed as follows, 
viz.; To Clerk ot Court of Preble county, volumes 3, 10, 14, 16 and 
23, Ohio State Reports; to Clerk of Court of Guernsey county, 
volumes 9, 11, 20, 25 and 35, Ohio State Reports, and volumes 1, 10, 
12 and 13, Ohio Reports; to Law Library^ Arizona territory, volume 
38, Ohio State Reports; also, 3 full sets, each, of Ohio and Ohio State 
Reports to the Cincinnati Law Library, to replace those burned during 
the riot, last March, in accordance with joint resolution of the 
General Assembly. 

PUBLICATION OV SUPBElfE COUBT BEPOBTS. 

The General Assembly, at its last session, failed to adopt a reso- 
lution authorizing the Secretary of State to contract for the publishing 
of these reports, and there was some fear that their publication would 
thus be delayed. The matter, however, was brought before the Supreme 
Court, and it was held that volumes 41 and 42, the publication of which 
had already been commenced under the old contract, could be completed 
under that contract, and hence no delay or confusion has arisen. The 



6 ANNUAL BEPOBT. 

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I'egielature, this winter, should authorize a contract for printing and 
publishing the succeeding volumes of these reports by resolution or 
otherwise. 

I would suggest an amendment to section 437 of the Revised 
Statutes, as proposed in House Bill No. 180, which has already passed 
the House, giving the Secretary of State power, under the general 
statute, to contract for such publication without the recurring necessity 
of adopting a joint resolution every two years. 

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STATIONERY. 

The marked saving reported last year in the cost of stationery, 
and the reduction of the amount distributed over previous years, still 
continues, as is shown by the stationery account accompanying this 
report. The amount expended for stationery during the past fiscal 
year was $7,245.96, being a reduction of $2,063.43 over the preceding 
year. 

At the close of the last fiscal year there was a balance on hand 
to the credit of that fund of $5,711.36. Of this balance, with the 
appropriation made for the year just closed added thereto, there now 
remains a balance of $8,465.40. Estimating upon the basis of supplies 
purchased and disbursed during the past two years, it will only require 
an appropriation of about $3,000, in* addition to the balance on hand, 
to supply all stationery for the General Assembly and State officers 
for the remainder of the present fiscal year and for the quarter end- 
ing February 16, 1886. This department, as the results show, has been 
frugally managed, the purqliaee and distribution of supplies have been 
carefully watched, and itie result has been a saving to the State of 
nearly one-half in the value of the stationery used. This saving is 
largely due to the fact that the furnishing of unnecessary articles and 
fancy goods, not contemplated by the law, and which had grown into a 
serious evil, has to a very large extent been suppressed. At the same 
time all articles of stationery, needed in the discharge of official duties, 
has been supplied in ample quantities and'of good quality. 

PAPER CONTRACTS. 

I 

On the first day of September last, the Commissioners of Public 
Printing awarded the contracts for furnishing paper for the State, for 
the year beginning November 1, sealed proposals having been invited 
according to law. Bonds were duly given, and the awards were made 
as follows : To the Ohio Paper Company, of Miamisburg, double super 



8ECBETABY OF STATE. 7 

royal, at 7-^ cents per pound ; to Central Ohio Paper Company, of 
Columbus, demy, at 17 cents per pound ; post-office paper, at 10 cents 
per pound; medium, at 17 cents per pound; double medium, at 14 
cents per pound ; folio post, at 13^^ cents per pound ; cover] paper, at 
10 cents per pound ; to Wilstach, Baldwin & Co., of Cincinnati, double 
flat cap, at 18^ cents per pound ; flat letter, at 18^^ cents per pound ; 
^ flat cap, ^at 18]^o cents per pound ; imperial, at IS^^o cents per pound ; 
linen folio, at 14^o cents per pound; and linen royal at 14^o cents per 
pound. The price for the principal paper supply, double super royal, 
is somewhat lower than last year. A better quality of ledger and other 
writing papers was contracted for, and hence the price of these are 
somewhat advanced, though the figures are not comparatively higher. 

FEES. 

Under the act of the 18th of March last, increasing the fees for 
filing articles of incorporation, the receipts of this office have ma- 
terially swollen. The total amount received during the year was 
tl0,572.40. Of this amount, the pum of $1,000, fixed by the law of 
1881, as a portion of the salary of the Secretary of State, has been 
retained, and the remainder, amounting to $9,572.40, has been paid 
quarterly into the State treasury, as provided by the statute. The 
fees collected under the present law will more than pay the entire 
expenses of this department, including salaries, etc., and will be five 
or six-fold greater than under the former system. 

STATISTICS. 

The election statistics furnished in the annual reports from this 
department, have become a valuable and popular feature, interesting 
alike to the statistician, to men of all professions, and especially to the 
student of political events. The general public looks to them for re- 
liable information, and they are consulted and used as a basis for cal- 
culation in the collecting and publishing of returns. They have be- 
come a valuable repository for such statistics, and election tables are 
presented therein in a convenient form for reference and preservation. 

In this edition is given the popular vote for Presidential electors 
in the several States, at the recent election, as a matter of present 
interest, and also the votes of the States at the two former elections, for 
comparison. The vote of Ohio by counties, at the last four Presidential 
elections, is likewise given. It has been my esi>ecial object to have 
these election tables thoroughly accurate, and I am pleased to state that 
in the last annual report they were remarkably free from 'errors. 



9 A99VAM0 ABPOSf* 

Tbil Mtfttinifcftl inftjtmMiiao gstbered Crom State mud ooantj oflicers, 
fiurmiAfit to Uw^ «ccofn|Mioi«i ibb rcfport, mud will be fimnd ms oorrect 
And raWikhU $m emn be obtmioed mider existing proTisions of tbe 
MtmtuteM« Omniiir iMtAtXn bmre genefmllj been pfompt mnd meoommodrnt- 
inff In mnk\u% returnn^ bot mn oocmonml delmj tends to serioofilj retard 
the work in thin r/fliee. Tbe manner of gathering statistics under the 
lawM of thiM Hiate is so loose and nnsatisiaetory, as to render a p(»iion 
of the returns incomplete and nntrosiworthj. 

STATK OOMSriTUTIOir. 

Frequent applications are made for copies of the Constitution of 
Ohio, from various quarters, which we have been unable to furnish. 
The recent judicial amendment to that instrument, having made its 
ropublicaiion in some popular form advisable, the same has been re- 
printed in this rejKjrt. The proposition to submit other amendments 
to the Coniiii ill lion for ratification by the people, has led me to believe 
the present a prr;i>er time for itM presentation in this report. It will be 
found in the a^^^^mipanying pages. 

For the publication of the proposed constitutional amendments, 
•ubmJtted in 1888, the General Assembly appropriated at its last 
session I^O^rXX). Of this amount $48,894.96 have been paid to the 
proprietor', of newspapers publishing such proposed amendments, as 
fihown by vouchers on file in this office, leaving on hand an un- 
expended balance of 92,105.04, which will lapse. 

WarOHTS AND MBASURBS, GASOMETERS, ETC. 

Of the twelve copies of the standard weights and measures pur- 
nhssed by the Htato in 1882, throe copies have been sold during the 
pssi year for 91 16 per copy, and (deducting exchange) the sum of 9344.75 
has been paid into the State Treasury, leaving nine copies still on 
hand. 

Tliii department is charged with the duty of inspecting gasometers, 
Attd it is made the custodian of all apparatus to be used in testing 
meter provnrs, etc. As stated in my lost report, there is no apparatus 
beloitging to the Htate suitable for this work. There has been but one 
applioation, however, during the past two years, for testing the registra- 
tion t>f such meter provers. 

QROLOQtOAL REPORT, VOLUME V. 

Volume V, of the Geological Survey of Ohio, or Economic Geology, 
bein}t the seventh book of the regular series, has just been published 



8ECBETABT OF STATE. 9 

and is now being received from the State bindery. The law provides, 
that in addition to the copies distributed to members of the General 
Assembly, geological corps, etc., that 1000 copies shall be deposited with 
the Secretary of State and sold at cost of publication. The cost of 
printing, paper, etc. (exclusive of cost of preparation), is reported 
by the State Geologist at $1.02 per copy, and consequently, for con- 
venience, I have fixed the price at $1.00. As soon as received from the 
bindery, these copies will be stored away and disposed of at that price 
on demand. 

INDBX TO COBPORATIONS. 

The making of a new index to the records of incorporations, as 
suggested in my last report, became absolutely necessary, as the old 
index, which has been in constant use and active service for thirty-three 
years, being the index to thirty volumes, was rapidly going to pieces. 
No extra appropriation was asked for this work, a sufBcient sum having 
been saved out of the previous year's appropriation for extra clerk hire 
to pay for the same. Work has been progressing upon this inde*!x for 
the past five months, and it will be completed by the close of the year. 
It is not simply a copy of the old index, but the list of companies is 
rearranged alphabetically, each name arranged by vowels, so that the 
search for the records of corporations will hereafter be far less tedious. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

The roster of State officials and^those employed in the various 
departments and State institutions is given complete, together with a 
full list of county officers. The names, post-office address, etc., of all 
the Justices of the Peace of the State, which were first presented last 
year, are corrected to date and republished, having proven of great 
public utility. 

Attention is invited to the educational, judicial, social and vital 
statistics, to agricultural and railroad statistics, the finances of the State, 
etc., all of which will be found to contain information of much interest 
to the citizen and tax-payer. The list of Circuit Judges elect, together 
with the vote cast at the first election therefor, is also presented. A 
full list of members of Congress, for the term beginning on the 4th of 
March next, is added. The proceedings of the Presidential electoral 
college of Ohio for 1884 will be embraced in this volume. 

In closing this report I feel that it is proper to bear testimony 
to the industry and fidelity exhibited, during their term of service, 
by those whom I called to my assistance upon taking charge of this 



10 A95UAL RKFOBT. 

department. I here aIbo express my increased confidence in Mr. 8. 
L. BeeTes, my chief clerk, who has been constantly at his post and 
faithfully and conscientiously discharged cTery daty ; and also in his 
assistants, who have trastily performed their work, thos meriting my 
gratitude and the approbation of the public. 

I am again able to report that there will be no deficiency in 
any of the funds belonging to this department; on the contrary, 
several of them will show substantial balances on hand. 

I am, with great respect, 

Your obedient servant. 

Jab. W. Newmak, 

Secretary of Slate. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO FOR 1884-85. 

(AS BSPORTED BY EACH DSPABTMEMT.) 

INCLUDING THE HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS AND APPOINTED OFFICERS, 
JDDQES OF THE COURTS, AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS, TRUS- 
TEES AND OFFICERS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL, REFORMATORY 
AND BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS, MEMBERS OF THE GEN- 
ERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, APPORTIONMENT OF THE 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, CX)UNTY OFFICERS, ETC. 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF STATE OFFICERS 

FOR 1884-85. 



ELECTIVE OFFICERS. 



Office. 



Governor 

Lieutenant-OoTemor. 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney-General 

Commisaioner of Common 
Schooli 



Board of Public Works. 



Judges of the Supreme 
Court 



Clerk of Supreme Court. 



Name. 



George Hoadly 

John G. Warwick 

1 James W. Newman.. 

Emil Kiesewetter 

P«ter Brady , 

James Lawrence 

Leroy D. Brown 

*George Paul „.. 

Henry Weible 

John P. Martin 

»W. W. Johnffon 

George W. Mcllvftine 

Martin D. Pollett 

John W. Okey 

Selwyn N. Owen 

J. W. Cruikshank 



Residence. 



Cincinnati 

Massillon 

Portsmouth 

Columbus 

Bellevue 

Cleveland 

Hamilton 

Cuvahoga Falls 

Delphos 

Xenia 

Ironton 

N. Philadelphia 

Marietta ..... 

Columbus 

Bryan 

Troy , 



Term expires- 



2d Monday in Jan'y, 1S86 

1886 
u J885 

1888 
1886 
1886 



u 



tl 



1887 

2d Tuesday in Feb*y, 1885 

1886 

" 1887 

February 9. 1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1st Monday in Feb'y, 1887 



•Uames S. Robinson, of Kenton, elected October 14, 1884. 

•Charles A. Flickinger, elected October 14, 1884, for the term ending 2d Tuesday in February 1888. 

*W. W. Johnson, reelected October 14. 1884, for the terra ending February 9, 1890. 



OFFICERS BY APPOINTMENT— HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Office. 



Adjntant-G«neral 

Asiistant Adjucant-General 

Commissioner of Railroads and Tele- 
graphs 

Saperlntendent of Insurance 

Supervisor of Public Printing 

Inspector of Mines 

Commissioner of Labor Statistics 

State Librarian 

Law Librarian 

Secretary State Board of Agriculture. 
Secretary Board of State Charities 



Name. 



E.B. Finley 

Thos.T.Dlll 

H.Sabine 

H. J. Reinmund 

Joshua K. Brown ... 
Thos. B. Bancroft ... 

Henry LuMkey 

Howard L. Conard.. 

Frank N. Beebe 

W. I. Chamberlain .. 
A. G. Byers.. 



• Residence. 



Term. 



Years. 



Bucyrus 

Mansfield 

Richwood 

Lancaster 

Cambridge 

GaUlpolis 

Cincinnati ..... 

Columbus 

ti 

M 
M 



2 
2 

2 
3 
2 
4 
2 
2 
8 
1 
1 



Expires— 



r2d Monday in 
(January, 1888. 



Febr'y 

June 

April 

Febr'y 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Jan'y 



25, 1885 
8, 1887 
14, 1886 
14, 1888 
12, 1885 
19, 1886 
25, 1886 
14, 1885 



B08TER OF 8TATS OFFICEB8. 



13 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSION. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term. 


Commission 
expires. 


Moees M. Granger — . 

Georse K. Nash 


Zaneaville 

Colnmbnfl „.,»,»»,...., 


Two Tears.. 


AprU 17, 1886 
" 17, 1886 


FranKliD J. Dickman 


Cleveland.. 


M 


" 17, 1886 


Gharlffl D. Martin.. 


II 


" 17. 1886 


John McCanlevM.. 


Tiffin 


II 


" 17, 1885 


• 


• 







CIVIL AND MILITARY STAFF OF GOVERNOR GEORGE HOADLY. 



Name. 



■XKCUTIYB DKPABT¥XMT. 



CwU Siaf. 



George Hoadly 

D. McConville, Jr.. 
Frederick Green ... 
Edgar J. Moesman 
Henry W. Forte ... 



Office. 



€k>vemor 

Private Secretary ... 
Executive Clerk ..... 
Assistant Clerk 



Residence. 



Cincinnati.. 

Steabenvillc , 

Cleveland 

Kerr, Gallia Co ... 



Messenger.. Cincinnati.. 



Years. Expires 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 



.a, 

fl 




Military Siaf. 



Name. 



Ebeneaer B Finley... 



Michael Ryan 



Chas. M. Anderson ... 

James A. Inf^ram 

Thomas T. Dill 

Marcos Barclay 

John H. James 

C. A. Layton 

John M. Armstrong .. 
William 0. Watson ... 

T. F. Spangler.. 

J. W. Harper 

Samael W. Conrtright 

S.H. Church 

F. W. Wachter *..... . 

E. E. Nash 



Office. 



Adjutant-General, Inspec- 
tor-General and Chief of 
Staflf.. 

Quartermaster- General A 
Commissary-General of 
Suhsistenoe.. 

Judge Advocate-General .. 

Surgeon-Creneral 

Assistant Adiutant-Gen'l .. 

Chief of Engineers 

Aid-de-Camp 



II 
It 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



Residence. 



Bucyrus. 



Rank. 



Cincinnati 

Greenville 

Cleveland 

Mansfield 

Washington C.H 

Urhana 

Wapakoneta 

Mt Vernon.. 

East Liverpool... 

Zanesville 

CincinnaCi 

Circleville 

Columhus 

Toledo.. 

Burton.. 



Major-General. 



Brigadier-G^l. 



II 



II 



Colonel. 

• II 



M 
II 
l< 
II 
14 
II 
II 
II 
<l 
II 



* Resigned, NoTcmber 24, 1884. 



14 



REPOBT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



DEPARTMENT OF 8TATK 



Name. 



James W. Newman'^ 

8. L. Reevee 

J. K Hebard ^ 

Felix E. Breen 

Jaa. IL Newcomer ... 

Hamer D. Hunt 

Tboa. G. Howell 

Wm. H. Domigan ..... 
Thoa. N. Williama...... 



Office. 



Secretarr of State 

Chief Clerk 

Statistician , 

Corporation Clerk .• 

Stauonery Clerk.. 

Recording Clerk 

8ap*t book and packing dep 

Shipping Clerk , 

Meeeenger.. 



Residence. 



Portsmouth 
Lancaster .. 
Oallipolis .. 
Sandnsky .. 
Delaware... 
Warren ..... 
Portsmouth 
Columbus .. 
Columbus .. 



Term of office. 



Two years. 



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<« 
« 

M 

<« 
(( 
« 





AUDITOR OF STATE. 




Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of office. 


Fiinil Kieaewett^rrr-T 


Auditor of State 


Columbus 


Four years. 
One year. 


BenJ. J. McKinney... 
Henry J. Caren 


Chief Clerk 


Marietta 


Chief Book-keeper.. 


Columbus M 


Railroad and Bank Clerk.. 




Four years. 
One year. 


Wm. N. England 

Arthur P. Bancroft... 


Chief Clerk Land Dep't ... 
ClerkTrust Fund and Canal 
Statistical Clerk 


Losan.. 


Batavia 


John C. Roas 


Cleveland - 


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TREASURER OF STATE. 






Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


P«tAr BradT 


Treaaurer „ 


Bellevue 


2 years. 

It 
It 
<« 

u 

tt 
tl 


{^IaihitiH ^^rkTi* 


C^fJIWK AMSm^Aj ............ 

IT W PrAntiaa 


Cashier ^ 


Columbus M 


day in Jan- 
uary, 1886. 


f TV . A a ^M*tMtt^m ......... 

J T Brailv.. 


Book-keeper.. 


Cleveland 




0t X. MJttt^Mj ....••.......• 

TT n Shinnick 


« 


Zanesville ........xx 




JLXt \Jt DUIUUlVlk.......*" 

Henry Falkenbach ... 


MessenserM 


Columbus 




Watchman 


Mineral Ridge..... 
Sandusky City.,... 




T^^ KafArlv 


t( 




«yOV. «Jiicri/ ...... 







COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 



Name. 



Leroy D. Brown 



Oarmi P. Williams . 
Warren B. Brown... 
Alden Williaouk. ... 



Office. 



Residence. 



Commisdoner .. 

Chief Clerk 

SUUstioal Clerk 
MesMnger 



Hamilton. 



Term of 
office. 

3 years. 



Columbus ... 
Hamilton.... 
Columbus... 



It 
tt 

n 



Term expires. 



Second Mon- 
day in Jan- 
uary. 1887. 



It 
It 



B08TEB OF 8TATE OFFICfiBS. 



16 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 



Name. 


« Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
^office. 

2 years. 

«< 


Term ex- 
pires. 


.TftmAa T^wrence 


Attomey-Gener al . . . 
Clerk 


Cleveland 


Second 


A. E. Buell 


It 


Monday in 
Jan., 1886. 


Henrv W. Forte 


Messenflrer 


Cincinnfltin-f 


« 











BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term ex- 
pires. 


George Paul, Pres ... 

Henry Weible 

John P. Martin 

Frank Snvder 


Member of Board... 

• •• 

• •• 

Chief Engineer 

Assistant Engineer.. 
Secretarv 


Cuyahoga Falls ... 

J^wipuOB .............. 

Xenia 

Davton 


3 years. 

II 

it 

2 years. 

II 

1 year.. 

II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
ti 


Second Tues- 
day in Feb- 
ruary, 1885. 

Second Tues- 
day in Feb- 
ruary, 1886. 

Second Tues- 
day in Feb- 
ruary, 1887. 

May 24, 1886. 

Mar. 25, 1886. 

Feb. 15, 1885. 

April 1, 1885. 


John Burch 


Xenia » 

Hamilton - 


0. C. Brewer « 


W. L. Baker 


Clerk 

Superintendent 

It 

u 
II 

II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 


Sidney 


W. J. Jackson 


Piqua « 

Hamilton « 


R. N. Andrews 


.14 


Edward Clark 


Wapakoneta.. 

White House 

McConnelsville ... 
Chillicothe 


II 


Geo. Lonff 


M 


Geo. Donohue 


II 


Aeo. A. Manley.. 

L. N. Stumn 


II 


ASOpOri* ......M.....> 

Fremont 


l< 


F. J. Sullivan.. 


II 


Adam Miller « 


New Philadelphia 
Circleville 


II 


James Murrav 


II 


Geo. T. McCurdy ..... 
John McBride 


Akron 


If 


Logan 


II 




• 



An act of the General Anemblr, paased March 24, 1984, diaoontlnned the Resident Englneen, and 
•itabllahed the office of Aaalstant Engineer. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PUBUC PRIIJTING. 



Name. 



James W. Newman, Secretary' 
of State 

Emil Kiesewetter, Auditor of 
State 

JamesLawrenoe, Attorney-Gen- 
eral 



Offiee. 



Ex-offido 
Commis- 
■ioners .. 



Residence. 



Term of 
office. 



Portsmouth* 
Columbus ... 
Cleveland ... 



2 years. 
4 •* 
2 



II 



Term expires. 



Second Monday 
in Jan., 1885. 

Second Monday 
in Jan . 188& 

Second Monday 
in Jan., 1886. 



16 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE OHIO STATE LIBRARY. 



Name. 



George Hoadly, QtoYemoT^. 



James .W. Newman, Secretary 
of State 

Howard L. Gonard, State Libra- 
rian « 



Office. 



Ex-offiCio 
Gommia- 
Bioners .. 



Residenoe. 



Term of 
office. 



Cincinnati... 
Portsmouth. 

Colomboa.... 



2 yean. 



u 



Term expires. 



Second Mondar 
ia Jan., 886. 

Second Monday 
in Jan., 1886u 

April 19, 1886. 



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. 



Name. 



Emil Kieeewetter, Auditor oV 
State - 

James W. Newman, Secretary 
of State 

James Lawrence, Attorney- 
General 

John A. Rea 

Henry Orthoefer 



Office. 



Ex-officio 
Commis- 
sioners .. 



Clerk ..... 
Mes'ger... 



Residence. 



Term of 
office. 



Columbus ... 

Portsmouth.. 

Cleveland ... 
Columbus ... 
Columbus ... 



4 years. 
2 " 
2 " 



Term expires. 



Second Monday 
in Jan., 1888. 

Second Monday 
in Jan., 1886. 

Second Monday 
in Jan., 1886. 



OHIO STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Termo( 
office. 


Term expires. 


Wm. S. Foster 

L. B. Harris 


President •. 

XTeasurer ......m...... 

Secretary 


u r E)ana ............ 

Upper Sandusky 
Columbus 


2 years. 
II 

1 year. 
11 

2 years. 

ti 

t< 
II 
II 
II 
II 
ti 


Jan. 14, 1886. 
Jan. 14, 1886. 


W 1 OhambArlain... 


Jan. 14. 1886. 


Jas. W. Fleming 

C. D. Bailev 


Assistant Secretary.. 
Member of Board... 

•• • 


M 


M 


Gallipolis 

Levering's 


II 


J Cj Ijevorinip 


•1 


L N. Bonham 


Uxioru ............. 


II 


H Taloott 


Jefferson ^ 


II 


J. H. Brigham 

S. H« Uurst.*.. 

T. P. Shields 

Jno. Pow - 


Delta 

ChUUcothe. 

Watkins 

Salem 


" 1886. 

II 

II 
ti 









BOSTfiB OF STATE OFFICEBS. 



17 



OHIO BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES. 



Name. 



Qov. George Hoadly. 

Joseph Perkind.. 

John W. Andrews ... 
Blilea D. Carrington.. 
Wm. Howard Neff ... 
Roeliff Brinkerhoff... 

Charlea Boeael 

Albert G. Byera.. 



Office. 



President, ez-officio. 
Member of Board ... 



4( 
« 
II 

II 

(I 



Secretary 



Residence. 



Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Columbos 

Toledo 

Cincinnati^ 

Mansfield 

New Bremen ... 
Columbus « 



Term vi 
office. 



8 years. 
II 



II 
II 
II 

u 



Term expires. 



April 28, 1886 
1886 
1886 
1886 
1887 
1887 



II 
II 

u 
II 
II 



OHIO STATE FISH COMMISSION. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Term of office. 


Term expires. 


Ti«n A. Harris ,,,,,,,,, -rttv 


Cincinnati.. 


8 vears 


March 81. 1887. 


Geonre Daniel 


u 

•••t 

II 


tt 


James Doritv«r.., ,,..,» 


Toledo 


14 











ADJUTANTGENERAL^JBr-o/^iao SuperinUndent of SUiU Uoum.) 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expirts. 


E. B. Finlev 


Adjutant-General.. 

Ass't Adjutant-General 
Chief Clerk.. 


Bucyrus.. 

Mansfield m... 

Bucyrus 

Columbus 

U. Sandusky.. 
Wapakoneta.. 
Spnngfield ... 

Goshen 

Ravenna 

Lima..... 


2 years. 

14 
II 
II 
tl 
41 
II 

tl 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
41 

II 


Jan 11 1886 


Thoe. T. Dill 


41 


Shannon Clements — 


II 


Amrm IjAvman i--rTT.«T 


Transcribing Clerk 

If 

II 

II 

Sunt State Arsenal and 

Ordnance 

Sunt, of laborers 


II 


A. A. Hare 


II 


B. W. Lavton 


II 


J. S. Aron 


II 


C. M. Riffss.. 




C. 8. Cotter 


M 

II 


W. H. Richardson ... 


Supt. of flag-room.. 

Visitors' attendant 

Dav policeman « 


U 


Peter R. Faulkner..... 


Davton 


«l 


AnaHn TkAAmfl 


Cleveland ..... 
Columbus ~... 
Columbus ~... 

Dunkitk.. 

Ottawa 

Nevada 

Columbus ..... 


II 


Bernard Bergin.. 

Geo. C. Laning 

Geo. C. Gum - 


Niffht policeman 


II 


Enirineer 


II 


Fireman 


u 


M. C. McGrath 


«i 


u 


G. W. Balliet.. 


Guard and shipper, 
State Arsenals 






u 


Henry Orthoefer 

Sam'l H. Elliott.. 


Regular laborer^ 




*" II 


Carlisle 






John Mohnken^ 


II 


MariettA 






Reed Lewis 


II 


Athens......... 






A. Smets 


Extra-laborer 


Niles 






Wm. Holsbach «. 


II 


II 






James McMahon 


u 


Crestline 

















B.8. 



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REPOBT OF 8ECRETABT OF STATE. 



COMMISSIONER OF RAILB0AD6 AND TELEGRAPHS. 



Name. 


Office. 


Reeideoce. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expiree. 


Hvlas Sabine 

Hi L. Wilffns.. 


Commiflsioner ..... 
Olerk 


Richwood 

ConoTer^ ...•..•• . 


8 yean. 

M 


March IS, 1865 

it 


Frank M. Elliott 


A»'t Clerk 


HAmiltAfi 












• 



STATE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



Name. 



Henry J. Reinmond... 
Robert B. Brinkerhoff. 
Bowman F. Reinmnnd 

James £. Fisher 

Edward D. Scofield..... 
Albert H. Hoeford 



Office. 



Saperintendent ... 

Chief Clerk 

Examining Clerk. 

Book-keeper.. 

CorrespondV Cllc 
Mailing Clerk «... 



Residence. 



Term of 
office. 



Lancaster « 

Mansfield 

Lancaster 

Uhrichsyille..... 

Toledo 

Chardon 



8 years. 



M 
«< 
M 
t( 
it 



Term expires. 



Jane 8, 1887 



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M 
M 
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SUPERVISOR OF PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Joshua K. Brown ... 
M. C. lillev 


Sap't Public Printing..... 

Sup't State Bindery 

Foreman State Bindery.. 
Driver.. 


Cambridge ... 
Columbus ..... 

M 
l« 


2 years. 

u 

M 
M 


April 14, 188B 

M 


George C. Schmelz .. 
John Corbett 











INSPECTOR OF MINES. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Thrw B Ri»npToft ...... 


ChieMnspector... 

Inspector 1st Dist 

2d Dist- 

*< SdDist. 

M oisep g Of- 


Gallipolis 


4 years 

8 " 

It 


April 80, 1888 
1887 
1887 
1887 


William Dalrymple ... 

William A. Davis 

Austin K.inff. Jr 


Nelsonville 

Cambridge 

Salhieville.. 


Tea an fit mil H 















BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expiree. 


Henry Luskey 

TflAAc Stroud 


Commissioner 

Messenger.. 


Cincinnati.. 

Columbus.. 


2 years 


April 12, 1885 
« 









B06TER OF STATE OFFICEB8. 



19 



STATE LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Howard L. Conard... 


State Librarian.r....... 


Oolombos 


2 years 


April 19, 1886 


Mary C. Harbaugh... 


Aaaistant Librarian.... 



LAW LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Frank N. Beebe.. 


Law Librarian 


Oolumbos.. 


8 years 
1 year.. 


Sept 25, 1886 
Aug. 16, 1886 


James M. Bell 


Assistant librarian.... 





CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term expiree. 


J. W^Craikshank..... 


Clerk of Supreme Court and 
ex-officio Clerk'Snpreme Court 
Commission 


Trov 


1st Monday in 
Feb.. 1887. 


J. W. Slocnm 


Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 
and ex-officio Deputy Clerk 
Supreme Court Commission «.... 

Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 

rUninTniMrinn 


Columbus..... 
Findky.. 


John L.Hill 


M 













ROSTER OF OfflO STATE IITSTITUTIOM 



22 BEPOBT OF 8BCBSTABY OF STATE. 

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS. 

BOABD OF TRUSTEES. 
Name. 

T.J. Godfrey - 

J. H. Anderson 

James T. Jamison ^ 

a H. Ellis 

Tbomas A. Ck>wgill - 

Peter H. Clark 



Besidence. 



Celina. 

Colambns. 

Cadis. 

Springboro. 

SLennard. 

Cindnnati. 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 

Name. 

Thoe. J. Godfrey, Ptesident 

Alexis Cope. Seiraretary 

F. W. Prentiss, Treasurer 



Residenoe. 



Celina. 
Columbus. 



i< 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



J. H. Anderson, Chairman ; L. B. Wing, Thos. A. CowgilL 



FARM COMMITTEE. 



L. K Wing, Chairman ; S. H. Ellis, James B. Jamison. 



FINANCE COMMITTEE. 



Peter BL Clai^ Chairman ; Thos. J. Godfrey, James B. Jamison. 



R06TEB OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 23 



FACULTY. 



WILLIAM H. 8CX)TT, 

PEmDENT, and PfofesBor o( Philoaophy and Political Boonomy. 

EDWARD ORTON, Ph. D., LL D., 

ProfeaK>r of Geology. . 

SIDNEY A. NORTON, Ph. D., LL. D., 
Proie«or of General and Applied Chemistry. 

NORTON a T0WN8BEND, M. D., 
Profeoor of Agriculture and Veterinary Science. 

ROBERT W. McFARLAND, A. M., LL. D., 
ProlesBor of MathematicB and Ciyil Engineering. 

ALBERT H. TUTTLE, M. 8c., 
ProfeBBor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. 

8TILLMAN W. ROBINSON, 0. E., 

Profenor of Mechanical Eoglueering. 

THOMAS C. MENDENHALL, Ph. D., 
Professor of Physios. 

NATHANIEL W. LORD, E. M., 

Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. 

SAMUEL C. DERBY, A. M., 
LiBBARiAy, and Professor of the Latin Language. 

WILLIAM R. LAZENBY, Ao. B., 
' Professor of Horticulture and Botany. 

JOSIAH R. SMITH, A. M., 
Professor of the Greek Language. 

HENRY A. WEBER, Ph. D., 

Professor of Agricultural Chemistry. 

CYNTHIA U. WELD, A. M., 
AsB't Profedwr of History and the English Language and Literature. 

AUGUSTUS P. BLOCKSOM, 

First Lieut. 6th Cavalry, U. 8. A., Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and Assistant 

Professor of Mathematics. 

FRANK H. ELDRIDGE, Ass't Enq. U. S. N., 
Professor of Steam Engineering. 

ALICE K. WILLIAMS, 

Instructor in the French and German Languages. 



S. C. DERBY, A. M., 

Librarian. 

EMMA LEHNER, 

Asiistant Librarian. 



24 



BEPOBT OF SECBETABY OF STATE. 



OHIO UNIVERSITY, ATHENS. 



BOARD OF TRTTSTLEa 



Name. 


Residence. 


Appointed. 


Chas. W. SiiDer. fev^o^Rcio).. 


Athens 




Grov. Qeo, Hoadlv. (ex-affieh) 


Colambns.. 




Rev. Amo6 Miller. A. Bi» 


Ashland, Nebraska ... 
Athens 


1882 


TTon. A.(t. Browii«T.TT,-fT ■,-, ^t TT,»T,r 


1841 


Hon. V. B. Uorton 


Pomeroy 

Athens 

LomuiM 


1844 


Hon. John Welch 


1848 


Hon. Robert Wriaht 


18ft8 


Hon. Horace Wilson ! 


Cofambas.. 

McConnelsville 


1868 


Hon. J. E. Hanna.. 


1864 


Hon. Geonre M. Woodbridiie • 


MarietU.. 

Athens 

Chi'licothe 


1867 


Hon. E. H. Moore 


1861 


William Waddle. M. D 


1864 


Hon. H. 8. Bandy 


Wellston 


1864 


William P. Johnson. M. D.. 


Indianapolis.. 

New York.. 


1866 


Hon. Thomas Ewing 

Hon. George W. Boyce : 

Hon. W. W. Johnston.. 


1876 


Cincinnati^ 


1876 


Ironton 


1866 


Hon. John Hancock 


Dayton 

Portsmouth 


1877 


Hon. James W. Bannon^ 


1881 


Perry Wiles, Esq ; 


Zanesyille 


1882 


Hon. 0. S. Welch.. 


Athens 


1884 









OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 



Name. 



Charles W. Soper, President 

L. M. Jewett, Esq., Secretary and Auditor 
Hon. E. H. Moore, Treasurer 



Residence. 



Athens. 



(( 



EXECUTIVE COMBilTTEE. 



Name. 



Hon. E. H. Moore 
Hon. John Welch 
Charles W. Super.. 
Hon. H. S. Bundy.. 
Hon. C. S. Welch .. 



Residence. 



Athens. 
(I 



« 



Wellston. 
Athens. 



B06TEB OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 26 



FACULTY FOR 1884-85. 



0HA8. W. SUPER, A. M. Ph. D., 
Prarident, and Profenor of Greek nnd thics. 



CARL LEO MEES, M. D., 
PrufesBor of Physical Science. 

f 

DAVID J. EVANS, A. M., 
Profeasor of Latin. 



WILLIAM HOOVER, A. M., 

Profeflwr of Ma hematics and Aatronomy. 



EMILY F. WHEELER, A. M., 
Profeaaor of Modem Languages. 



H. T. 8UDDUTH, A. M., 
Profenor of Rhetoric and English Literature. 



ELI DUNKLE. A. M., 
Principal of Preparatory Department 



WM. A. HUNTER, 
Special Aaistant i C en rati iy epartment 



PROFESSOR EVANS, 
Lihrarian. 



PROFESSOR SUDDUTH, 

Secretary. 



26 



BEPOBT OF SECBETABY OF STATE. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOE THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF 

AND DUMB, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Sftxnael Thompeon, President 

J. F. Hare 

W. S. Jones 

J. Cherryholmes 

J. ScoU 



Residence. 



Colambns. 
Upper Sandusky. 
Waverly. 
Millersbarg. 
LebanoD. 



OFFICERS. 
Amasa Pratt X Superintendent 



Benjamin Talbot, 



THE SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS. 

ACAD£MIC DXPABTMEMT. 

Robert Patterson. 



John D. H. Stewart, 
R. H. Atwood, 



Greorge W. Halse, 
A. H. Schorgy 
M. Annie Byers, 
M. C. Bieipe, 
Fannie G. Camp, 
Park Terrel, 
Jennie A Shrom, 
Blanche Filler, 

Anna ChiJester, 



ORAMMAB DXPASmNT. 

R. p. McGregor, 
C. N. Haskins, 
Augustus B. Greener. 

PRIMABY DKPABTMENT. 

Carrie M. Feasley, 
Mary B. Straw, 
Cassie H. Smith, 
Annie E. Frost, 
Mary R. Rose, 
Sarah Noyes, 
Leonoe A. Odebrecht, 
Eva Smith. 

ARTICULATION DEPARTMENT. 

Lyda O'Harra. 



THE FAMILY. 

W.H.Williams Steward. 

N. R. Coleman Physician. 

Helen A. Rose Matron. 

Mary High Assistant Matron. 

Sarah R. Buckland Assistant Matron. 

Jennift Warner Housekeeper. 

THE SHOPS. 

Ftoley P. Pttitt Master of Shoe Shop. 

Joshua K. Brown Supervisor of Public Printing. 

Mitche J. li.ild Master of Book Bindery. 

Edward J. Soott Master of Printing Office. 

John W. Keen Master of Carpenter Shop. 



B08TSR OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



27 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 

COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TKURTEES* 



Name. 



D. L. Wadsworth, President 

£. T. DraytOD, Secretary.. 

John 8. Atwood.. ; 

J. H. Hudson.. 

D. McAllister.. 



OFFIOEBS. 



Residence. 



WeUin^ton. 

Ashland. 

Ripley. 

Sandusky. 

Golambos. 



Name. 



Residence. 



G. L. Smead, Superintendent 

Henry Snyder, teacher 

Frank Lnmb, teacher 

Biias Laura Strother, teacher 

Miss Lottie Austin, ** 

Miss Stella Wright, " 

Miss Hattie Dunbar, '' 

H. J. Nothnagle, " 

James McCombe, ** 

A. L. Bohrer, " « 

John Bitzer, " 

Biiss Joanna Donovan, *' 

Miss Mary A. Tipton, " ^ 

Miss Lena Ernst. ** 

Miss Katie Henderlick, music reader^ 

Miss Nettie Flowers, music reader 

Henry Haunstein, teacher.. 

Miss Ruth C. Bartlett, teacher 

Miss Helen Irwin, ^ 

Miss Jennie Fulton, " 

Qeo. M. Prestler, Steward 

Mrs. C. Armstrong, Housekeeper.. 

MissO. M. Brown, Matron.. 

Mrs. H. Chalfant, /Assistant Matron 

Miss Mattie L. McKibben, Assistant Matron 



Columbus. 



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BEPOBT OF SECBSTABT OF STATE. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE-MINDED 

YOUTH, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



M. A. Daagher^... 
Bom J. Alexander. 

A. McOregor 

B. B. Woodbury..... 
8. A. CoDrad«........ 



Residence. 



GolnmbiiB* 
Bridgeport 
CantcMi. 
Chardon. 
on* 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



^huKUrnn A. Doren, M. D., Saperintendent .. 

Georgee Erans, Financial Officer 

M. C. Thompaon, Clerk.. 

Mim H. F. Parple, Matron.. 

Mim I. Black, Hoapital Biatron 

Mias Harah C. Hoated, Uooaekeeper 

Mra. N. L, Doren, teacher 

Mlaa M. Mnrraj, " 

•* A. L. McOrew, " 

•* BCriat, *• 

** E. E Fahnestock, teacher 

- LH. Roaa, " 

*• A. h. Brown, " 

*' M.Wright, ' " 

" J.Clark, " 

" C. Mitchell, " 

" M.Tollea, " 

•• G. Danbar, " 

" M. Clark, " 

" E. Llnnley, " 

•• M.a Mrera, " 

" M. Bradahaw, '• 

" K.L. Myers, " 

" 8. M. McConnell, " 

*• C. A. Manson. " 

" A.O. Stefel, " , 

" J. Zarmehly, " 



Residence. 



ColamboB. 

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II 
II 
II 
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II 
II 
II 
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B08TEB OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



29 



CENTRAL ASYLUM FOR INSANE, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 
Name. 

Wm. Waddle, M. D 

Job. p. Smith, Esq 

Hon. MillB Gardner 

Gen. Geo. W. Morgan 

Wm. E. Horn 

OFFICERS. 
Name. 

CyroB M. Unch, M. D., Soperintendent 

George Stockton, M. D., Aaristant Phjnncian 

M. A. Bartley, Bl D.. « ** 

Frank L. StiUman, M. D., " ** ..., 

Ira B. Hamblin, M. D., " •* 

Hon. J. L. Tyler, Steward 

Charlea Kemmler, Storekeeper 

Mrs. Mary E. Finch, Matron 



Residence. 



Chillicothe. 
Circleville. 
Washington 0. H. 
Mt Vernon. 
Colambos. 



Residence. 



Portsmooth. 

Colambos. 

Urbana. 

Portsmouth. 

Logan. 

Alexandria. 

Colambos. 

Portsmouth. 



LONQVIEW ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, CARTHAGE, NEAR 

CINCINNATL 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



Name. 



W. P. Holbert, President ^, 

James F. Chalfant, D. D., Secretary 

Peter A. White 

John Zamstein 

OFFICERa 

Name. 

• 

C. A. Miller, M. D., SoT>erintendent 

J. M. Ratliff, M. D., AasistaBt Physidan 

F. W. Harmon, M. D., Asdstant Physician 

H. Milton Foos, Steward 



Residencd. 



Hamilton Co. 
it 






Residence. 



Lonffview Asylum. 



u 



M 



30 



BEPOBT OF SECBETABY OF STATE. 



CLEVELAND ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOA.RD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



J. C. Johnaon, Esq. 
W. M. Beebe, Esq.. 

John lod, Esq 

£• D. Barton, M. D 
R. S. Shields, Esq.. 



Residence. 



Seville. 

Hudson. 

Cleveland. 

Collamer. 

Canton. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 


Office. 


Jamin Strong, M. D 

Frederick D. Barton. M. D 


Superintendent 

First Assistant Physician. 

Second " ** 


Matthias Borta. M. D 


BoTce D. Fry, M. D 

Charles W. Diehl 

Nettie L. Strong : 


Third " " 

Steward. 

Matron. 



DAYTON ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOABD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Joseph Clegg, President 

a A. Baxter, M. D 

C. M. Qodfrev, M. D 

Hon. Peter Murphy 

J. linxweiler, Jr 



Residence. 



Dayton, O. 
lima, O. 
Ottawa, O. 
Clawson, O. 
Dayton, O. 



OFFICERa 



Name. 



C.W. King, M. D 

C.H. Conklin, M. D 

H. W. Albers, M. D 

H.Crumley, M. D 

J. C. Amendt 

D. M. McCreary 

Ruth A. Bacon .• ^. 



Office. 



Superintendent. 

First Assiatanc Physician. 

Second *• 

Third 

Steward 

Storekeeper. 

Matron. 



(I 
« 



R06TEB OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



31 



ATHENS ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
Name. 

^— ■^^^^^■^■^M^^^^^^W^— ^^-^» Ml I ■ .^ ■ ■►■■■^i^^i»^»^^»^»^^P^^1^» ■ ■■■■■■■■ ■ ■ III 

H. M. Horton, Esq., President 

John M. Amo6, Esq... 

John Ackley, Esq 

Qeorge W. Boeratler, M. D.. 

Theo. F. Davis, Esq 



Residence. 



PomeroY. 

Caldwefl. 

Athens. 

Lancaster. 

Marietta. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 


Office. 


A. B. Richardson, M. D 

AimfM M. Johnson. M. D ..r ,„-.,,.,,,,„,,,,-♦.,.-..,,,,.,,,,..♦- 


Superintendent. 

Assistant Physician. 
«( 

It 


W. P. Crambacher, M. D 

H 0. EVman. M. Dr,,, ...,r,rr .,.,rTTr, ,-,--,.,-- Irrrr.rr.f ,r..- 


Robert E. Hamblin. Etao.. 


Steward. 


Geo. W. Earhart. E^ 


Storekeeper. 
Matron. 


Mrs. J. D. Richardson tttt»tt^"^» 







OHIO SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME, XENIA. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



John little.. 

Chaa. H. Grosvenor.. 

W. H. H. McDyar.. 

Ferdinand Van Derveer. 
Henry Farrell 



Residence. 



Xenia.. 

Athens 

Cambridge 
Hamilton... 
Xenia 



Term expiree. 



April 14, 1886 
April 14, 1886 
April 14, 1887 
April 14, 1888 
AprU 14, 1889 



32 



BEFORT OF SECRETABY OF STATE. 



OFFICEBa 



Nmme. 


Office. 


Willimm J. Alexander. 


Saperintendent. 
Matron. 


Mrs. Elisabeth Alexander « 


C. B. Jones. M. D- 


Physician. 


Geonre H. Boetcher. 







EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 



Miss Anna Zarette Zimmerman, 
Miss Sarah Belle Dix, 
Miss Carrie Enstis Gray, 
Miss Martha Ella BeU, 
Miss Anna Janette Cook, 
Miss Mary Gaamer, 



Mr. Samoel A. Dickson, Principal. 

Miss Catharine DeTracy, 
Miss Anna Jane Bell, 
Mrs. Jalia Alvada Hill, 
Mrs. Anna Hnghes Marks, 
Miss Sallie Brady Pearce, 
Miss Carrie Sosahnna Kaymer, 



Lucy Ames Boyd. 



COTTAGE MATRONS. 



Biiss Chatharine Wiley, 
Miss Emma H. McCormick, 
Miss Elijcabeth B. French, 
Miss Nettie A. Reed, 
Mrs. Allies McKiUip, 
Mrs. Rebecca A. Maxwell, 
Mrs. Snsan J. Conner, 
Mrs. Amanda M. Harper, 
Mrs. Rachel A. DeBmin, 
Miss Alice Barbara Welch, 



Mrs. Emma M. Knerringer, 
Mrs. Sosan M. Borronghs, 
Miss Elisabeth K Edwards, 
Miss Mary C. Maynard, 
Miss Alice Laughead, 
Miss Addie E. Pnmphrey, 
Biiss Catharine C. Clabby, 
Miss Martha M. Johnson, 
Mrs. Clara B. Chapman, 
Miss Martha L. Jackson. 



Miss Martha Sarah M. Harper, Supply Matron and Teacher. 
Mrs. Ephraim Hardesty, Hospital Matron. 



ROSTER OF STATE 1N8TITU1ION8. 



33 



GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL HOME, DELAWARE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



F. H. Thomhill, President. 
J. W. Watkins, Secretary.. 

Wm. Batchelor 

E.W. Merry 

B. TriBtram 



Residence. 



Richwood. 
Delaware. 
Coshocton. 
Bowling Green. 
Marion. 



Mrs. Delia L. Williams. 

Mrs. Ann McMeans 

Mrs. W. P. Reid 



VISITING COMMITTEE. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Delaware. 
Sandusky. 
Delaware. 



SUPERINTENDENT. 
Rev. D. R. Miller. • 

MATRON. 

Mrs. S. C. Miller. • 

CLERK. 
Annie M. Strauss. 

SUPERINTENDENT CLOTHING DEPARTMENT^ 

Mrs. A. Wright. 

SUPERINTENDENT INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT. 

Miss Addie Clelland. 



ASSISTANT MATRONS. 



Miss L. Stockwell, 
Mrs. E. Wilcox, 
Miss Ella Jones, 
Miss Ldzsie Allison, 



Mrs. E. Bland, 
Miss A. Reeves, 
Miss 8, Humphreys, 
Mrs. E. Smith. 



* Rev. D. R. Miller resigned December 15, 1884; Col. J. M. Crawford appointed Baperintendent, 
and If It. J. M. Crawford, Matron. 



8 



8.8. 



84 



BEFOBT OF SEC&ETABY OF STATE. 



Biiflfl Jennie Francis, 
Bfiae Emma Neville, 
Mifls Flora Mjers, 

Mifls 8. J. Dempeter, 
Biiae Julia Lee, 
Mifls Minnie Moore, 
Mrs. Marjr UUey, 



TEACHERS. 

Miss L. Armstrong, 
Miss R. Stottler, 
Miss Amy Ondg. 

HOUSEKEEPERa 

Miss A. Stephenson, 
Miss Lacy Thomas, 
Miss L. J. Reeves, 
Miss A. Shellkopf. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF LAUNDRY. 

Mrs. S. Grossman. 



EMPLOYES. 



Employes. 



TboB. H. Hall... 

O.C.Chase 

C. D Nicholson 

F. C. Smith 

J. Schwartz 

Geo. Stokes 

Chas. Rader 

F.Staley 



Occapations. 



Eng[ineer. 

Assistant Engineer. 
Mailman. 
Carpenter. 
Watchman. 
Batcher and gardn'r 
Teamster. 
Qroom. 



OHIO REFORM SCHOOL, LANCASTER, 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



John 6. Reeves, President 

S. D. Hoapt, Secretary 

Rev. B. W. Chidlaw 

Dr. J. H. Ayres 

J. K. Rakenbrod 



Residence. 



Lancaster. 

Findlay. 

Cincinnati. 

Urbana. 

Salem. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 


Residence. 


J. C. Hite, Superintendent 

Mrs. J. C. Hite. Matron 


Lancaster. 


Amos Levan, Steward 

John Latta. Detailins Officer 




Mrs. S. A. Driesback, Housekeeper 

J. H. Goes, Physician 


Wooster. 
Lancaster. 



B08TEB OF STATE IKSTirUTIONS. 



36 



TOLEDO HOUSE OF REFUGE AND CORRECTION. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES.' 



Names. 

Qeo. L. Johnsoo 

MartiD Frledberg 

Walter Pickins ; 

Henry Kahlo.. 

Wm. 8t John.. 



Residence. 



Toledo. 






OFFICERS. 



Names. 

Geo. L. Johnson, President 

Henry Kahlo, Treasurer. 

William Beatty, Secretary 

Almon A. McDonald, Superintendent 

^Not under State control. 



Residence. 



Toledo. 



(I 



OHIO PENITENTIARY, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Name. 

D. C. Coolman, President 

D. E. Fee.. 

Geo. S. Peters.. 

F.F.Rempel 

W. L. Robinson 

Eugene Powell, Secretary 



Residence. 



Ravenna. 

New Richmond. 

Oolambos. 

Logan. 

Cincinnati 

Delaware. 



86 



REPORT OF 8ECRBTART OF STATE. 



OFFICERS OF THE PRISON. 



Name. 



Isaac G. Peetrey, Warden.. 

B. H. Marriott, Deputy Warden 

Frank Steible, Aesistant Deputy Warden.. 

A. B. Curtis, Steward 

C. R. Montgomery, Physician 

J. H. Gerhardt, Assistant Physician 

Lafayette L. Lang, Clerk 

E. J. Denney, Assistant Clerk 

J. P. Helbling, Captain Night-watch 

P. F. Callen, Captain Guard-room (day) 

T.J.White, " " (night).. 

Wm. Kilgore, Superintendent of Halls.. 

Samuel Perry, Superintendent of State Shop 

Geo. H. Rowland, Superintendent of Construction 

Aaron Meiley, Superintendent of Subsistence.. 

R. P. Green. Superintendent of Gas-works 

Robert Mcllvany, Superintendent of Yard 

J. F. Sanns, Superintendent of Hospital 

C. E. Bowen, Storekeeper 

C. N. Allen, Librarian and Superintendent of Printing 



Connty. 



Madison. 
Franklin. 
Erie. 
Summit. 
Franklin. 
Licking. 
Seneca. 
Cuyahoga. 
Brown. 
Mercer. 
Crawford. 
I Madison. 
Delaware. 
Franklin. 

(( 

Jefferson. 
Gallia. 
Hocking. 
Belmont 



JUDICIARY. 



38 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OFFICERS OF COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


^^illiam W. Johnflon^ .. 


Chief Justice. 
Judflre 


Ironton 


6 years... 

u 
u 
11 
cc 


Febr. 9. 1886 


Georse W. Mcllvaine .. 
Marmi D. Follett 


New Philadelphia... 

Marietta 

Columbus 


'* 18B6 


<( 


" 1887 


John W. Okev 


<t 


"* 1888 


Helwyn N. Owen 


n 


Brvan.. 


*' 1889 









1 William W. Johnson, re-elected October U, 1884. 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSION. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Commission 
expires. 


Moses M. Granger 

Gftorffft K. Nash , 


Chief Justice. 
Judflre.. 


Zanesville 


2 years ... 

« 

it 
t< 


Apnl 17, 1886 
It 


Columbus 


FranKlin J Dickman ... 


u 


Cleveland 


t( 


Charles 1). Martin ..»»- 


tl 


Lancaster i 

Tiffin 


(k 


John McCaulev 


it 


tl 











CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term expires. 


J. W. Cruikshank..... 


Clerk of Supreme Court and ex- 
officio Clerk of Supreme Court 

DrkTnmiminn 


Troy 

Columbus 

Findlay 


Feb. 4. 1887 


J. W. Slocum 


Deputy Clerk of Supreme Court 
and ex- officio Deputy Clerk of 
Supreme Court Commission..*. 

Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 

rVimmiflAioii 




John L. Hill 


Feb. 4, 1887 










■ 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, 
FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1883, TO NOVEMBER, 16, 1884. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Manning F. Force.. 
Judson Harmon ... 
Hiram D Peck 


Judge 

Judge..... 

Judge 

Clerk.. ... 


89 W. 8th St, Cincinnati 

Wyoming, Hamilton county. 
Mt. Auburn 


6 years. 
6 years. 
6 years. 
8 years. 


1st Monday in 

Mav, 18*. 
1st iMonday in 

J^av, 1888. 
1st Monday in 

May, 1889. 
1st Monday in 

Feb'y, 1*6. 


Daniel J. Dal ton ... 


202 Sycamore St., Cincinnati. 



JUDICIARY. 



39 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR NORTHERN 

DISTRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


♦ Office. 

• 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Stanley Matthews 

John Baxter 


Ass't Justice Supreme 
Court U. 8 

U . S. Circuit Judge for 
6th Circuit of Ohio, 
Michigan, Kentucky 
and Tennessee 

U. S. District Judge 
Northern District of 
Ohio 


Washington, D.C. 

Knoxville, Tenn.. 

Wooster, Ohio. 

Massillon, Ohio... 

Cleveland, Ohio... 

Cleveland, Ohio... 

Cleveland, Ohio... 

Toledo, Ohio 

Cleveland, Ohio- 
Cleveland, Ohio... 
Cleveland, Ohio... 
Cleveland, Ohio... 
Cleveland, Ohio... 


Life. 


Martin VVelker 


Life. 
Life. 


Aagustua J. Ricks 


Clerk Circuit Court, 
N. D. 0., Cleveland 
and Toledo '... 


Pleasure of Judge. 

Pleasure of Judge. 
Pleasure of Clerk. 
Pleasure of Clerk. 


Earl Bill 


Olerk District Court, 
N. D. O., Cleveland 
and Tole<io 


0. C. Beatty 

Charles Bill 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 
Court 

Deputy V lerk District 
Court 


H. W. Brown 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 
and District Courts... 

U. S. Dist. Attorney, 
N. D. 




E. H. Eggleston 


Pleasure of Clerk. 

Four years. 
Four years. 
Pleasure of Marshal 


Wilbur F. Goodspeed 
John Odell 


U. 8. Marshal, N. D. 0. 
Dep. Marshal, N. D.O. 
Dep. Marshal, N.D.O. 
Jury Commissioner ... 


George Weyman 

H. H.Dodge 


Pleasure of Marshal 
Pleasure of Marshal 



The Circuit and District Cv-'urts for the Eastern Division of Northern District are 
held at Cleveland', on the first Tuesdays of February, April, and October. 

The Circuit and District Courts for the Western Division of the Northern District 
are held fit Toledo, on the first Tuesdays of June and December. 

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



COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 
Tenm of Court hM on the firgt Tuesdays of February ^ Aprils and October, at Ctevdand, 0, 



Ashland, 


Carroll, 


Mahoning, 


Tuscarawas, 


Ashtabula, 


Holmes, 


Portage, 


Trumbull, 


Cuyahoga, 


Lake, 


Richland, 


Wayne. 


Crawford, 


Lorain, 


Summit, 




Columbiana, 


Medina, 


SUrk, 





40 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTIES COMPRISING THE WESTERN DIVISION. 



Tenm of Court hdd on the fint Tuesdays of June and December, at United States Court 

Rooms, in Produce Exchange Building^ Toledo, 0. 

Hancock, • Marion, Van Wert, 

Hardin, Ottawa, Williams, 

Huron, Paulding, Wood, 

Lucas, Putnam, Wyandot. 

Logan, Seneca, 

Mercer, Sandusky, 



Auglaise, 

Allen, 

Defiance, 

Erie, 

Fulton, 

Henry, 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR SOUTHERN DIS- 

TRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


OflBce. 


« 
Residence. 


Term of office. 


Term ex- 
pires. 


StanVy Matthews 
John Baxter 

Geo. R. Sage 

Ohanning Rich- 
ardg 


A ssociate Justice,Su- 
preme Court, U. S. 

tf. S. Circuit Jud^e, 
Sixth Circuit, Ohio, 
Michigan, Ken- 
tucky, and Ten- 
nessee 

U. S. District Judge, 
Southern Dist, 0.. 

U. s. Diet Attorney 

Ass't 

Ass't ** 

U. S. Marshal 


Washington, D. C. 

Knoxville, Tenn.. 

Lebanon, Warren 
county, Ohio^... 

Glendale. 


For life. 

For life. 

For life. 
Four years... 

Four years... 

P'ureofma'sl 

ii 

ti 

u 

P*ure of j'ge. 
P'ure of crk. 

a 

1 


Jan. 19, 1885 
Feb. 21, 1887 


Henry Hooper... 

D.K.Watson 

Lot Wright 

T. M. Turner ..... 
Ghas. E. Twifort. 


Cincinnati, 0. 
Columbus, 0. 
Cincinnati, 

u 
li 
t( 

Columbus, 0.. 

Delaware, 

Cincinnati, 

Columbus, 

Cincinnati, 0. 


Chief Deputy W. D.. 
Denutv W. D 


John W. Turner 


" W. D 




0. M. Morris 


E. D 




B. R. Cowen 


Clerk United States 
Circuit and District 
Courts M 


• 


Robt C. Georgi.. 
Chas. R. Nevin.. 
Thos. Corwin..... 
Theodore Cook .. 


Deputy Clerk W. D. 

E. D... 
Jury Commissioner.. 





JUDICIARY. 41 

The Southern District of Ohio \a, by law, divided into two divisions — Eastern 
and Western, as follows: 

COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 

Term$ of OouH held on the firtt Tuesdays of June and December^ at Cotumbus^ Ohio, ^ 

Union, Pickaway, Licking, 

Delaware, Ross, Perry, 

Morrow, Pike, Muskingum, 

Knox, Gallia, Morgan, 

Coshocton, Jackson, Washington, 

Harrison, Meigs, Noble, 

Jefferson, Vinton, Monroe, 

Madison, Athens, Belmont, 

Fayette, Hocking, Guernsey. 

Franklin, Fairfield, 

COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Term» of Court held on the firai Tuesdays of February, April and October^ at Cmem- 

natty Ohio, 

Darke, Clarke, Clermont, 

Shelby, Greene, Highland, 

Champaign, Clinton, Brown, 

Preble, Warren, Adams, 

Miami, Butler, Scioto, 

Montgomery, Hamilton, Lawrence. 



42 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



JUDGES OP THE CIRCUIT COURT. 



Co 



FIRST CIRCUIT. 
— Hamilton, Clermont, Butler, Warren and Clinton. 



Names and Post-office. 


Term. 


(/ommenced. 


Expires. 


Joseph Cox, Cincinnati 

James M. Smith, Lebanon 

Peter F. Swine. Batavia 


2 years... 
4 years ... 
6 years ... 


February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 


February 8, 18R7 
Ftobmary 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 





SECOND CIRCUIT. 

CouNTm. — Preble, Darke, Shelby, Miami, Montgomery, Champaign, Clarke, 
Greene, Fayette, Madipon and Franklin. 



Names and Poet-office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Marshall J. Williams, Wash'gtonC.H. 

Gilbert H. Stewart, Columbus 

John A. Shauck. Davton 


2 years ... 
4 years ... 
6 years... 


February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 





THIRD CIRCUIT. 

CouNTiBS. — Mercer, Van Wert, Paulding, Defiance, Williams, Fulton, Henry, Put- 
nam, Allen, Auglaize, Wood, Hancock, Hardin, Logan, Union, Seneca, Marion, 
Wyandot and Crawford. 



Names and Post-office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Thomas Beer. Bucvrus..r tt rrr.. 


2 years ... 
4 years ... 
6 years... 


February i), 1885.. 
February 9, 1885.. 
February I), 1885.. 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 


John J. Moore, Ottawa.. ^... 

Henry W. Seney, Kenton 



FOURTH CIRCUIT. 

CouNTiBS. — Brown, Adams, Highland, Pickaway, Ross, Pike, Scioto, Lawrence, 
Gallia, Jackson, Meigs, Vinton, Hocking, Athens, Washington and Monroe. 



Names and Post office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Thomas Cherrington, Ironton 

J. P. Bradbury, Pomerov 


2 years ... 
4 years ... 
6 years ... 


February 9, 1885.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 

i 


Milton L. Clark, ChilHcothe 





JUDICIARY. 



48 



JUDGES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT— Continued. 



FIFTH CIRCUIT. 

Oomrms. — Morrow, Richland, Ashland, Knox, Licking, Fairfield, Perry, Morgan, 
Muskingnm, Coshocton, Holm<^, Wayne, Stark, Tuscarawas and Delaware. 



Names and Post-office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


John W. Albaugh, Canton.. 

Charles FoUett Newark 


2 years ... 
4 years... 
6 years ... 


February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 


John W. Jenner. Mansfield 





SIXTH CIRCUIT. 



CouNTiBS. — Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Erie, Huron, Lorain, Medina, Summit and 
Cuyahoga. 



Names and Post-office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


William H. Upson. Akron 


2 years ... 
4 years ... 
6 years ... 


February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February I), 1886« 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 


Charles C. Baldwin, Cleveland 

Qeonre R. Haynes. Toledo 





SEVENTH CIRCUIT. 

CouMTin. — Lake, Ashtabula, Geauga, Trumbull, Portage, Mahoning, Columbiana, 
Carroll, Jefferson, Harrison, Guernsey, Belmont and Noble. 



Names and Post-office. 


Term. 


Commenced. 


Expires. 


Peter A. Lanbie. Salem 


2 years ... 
4 years .. 
6 years ... 


February 9, 1886.. 
February 9, 1886.. 
February % 1886.. 


February 8, 1887 
February 8, 1889 
February 8, 1891 


William H. Frazier. CaldwelL 


HamUton B. Woodbury, Jefferson... 



BKFORT OF 9ECEKTARY OP BTATE. 

JUDGES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEA.8— 1884. 



r. 


4 
1 


CauQties. 




Term. 




Commenced. 


Expires. 


1 

2 


1 

8 

1 

2 
8 

1 

a 

3 

1 

a 

8 


HamilUn ... 

BuUer 

Preble 

MoDtgom'y. 
D»ike 


SamDPl R. MatbewH, Cincinnati 

Eobert A. Johnson, 
Samuel N, Maxwell, 
John a Conner, 
M. L. Buchwaller, 
William L. Avery, 

Alex. F. Hume. Hamilton 

Henderson KUiott, DaytoD 

JobnW Sater Greenville 

CalTjn D. U'rigbt, Trov 

Wui. R. Warnook,' Dr'bana 

Jaiiiea M. Smith,' Libation 

Aurinh W. Doan,' Wllminirton 
Chaa. R. White, SpriogfleUl 


Dec. a, 1883 
Dec. a, 1883 
Feb. 9, 1882 
Feh 9, 1882 

Feh. 9, ie8a 

Feb, », 1882 
Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1882 
Nov. «, 1881 
May 12, 1883 
Feb. 9, 1882 
Nov. 8, 1884 
Feb. 9, 1882 
May 3. 1886 
May 3.1886 
Feb. 9, 1884 

Feb. 9, 1B85 
Feb. 9,1884 

Oct. 29, 1884 

May 10, 1881 

Nov. 4, 1883 
Oct. 24, 1884 
Feh. », 1885 
Feh. 9, 1882 
May 9, 1881 
Oct. 19, 1888 
Sep. 24, 1888 


Dec. 8,1888 
Dec. 2,1888 
Feb. 9, 1B8T 
Feb. 9,1887 
Feb. 9,1887 
Feb. 9,1887 
Feb. 9,1887 
Feb. 9,1887 
Nov. 6.1886 
May 12, 1888 




Champaign.. 
Miami „... 

W.rren 

ClinioD 

Greene 

Clarke _ 

Shdby_ 

Augiaiie 

Mercer 


Feb. 9, 1887 
Nov. 8.1889 
Feb. 9, 1887 
May 3. IB90 
May 3. 1890 
Feb. 9, 1889 


8 




Feb. 9, 1890 


Charles M. Hughes, Urn* 


Feb. 9,1889 


R 


Van Wert... 
Paulding ,... 
Defiance*-... 

Williams 

Fullon- 

Henry - 

Putnam 


Oct. 29, 1889 


R 




May 10, 1889 




Lewis H. Pike. Toledo 

David H. Commager,' Toledo... 
Reuben C. Lemmi-jn,' Toledo- 




4 


OtUWB 

Sandasky ... 


Oct 24,1888 
Feb. 8,1890 




Huron- 

Lorain 

Medina 

Snromit 

Cny«hoga ... 

Clermont-... 

Brown _ 

Adams „ 


Charles P. Wickham, Norwalk. 


Hay 9,1886 
May 1,1886 
Feb. 9,1887 

Nov. 1, 1886 




George W. Uwia, Medina. 


4 


Henry McKjnney, Cleveland ... 

E.T. Hamilton, Cleveland 

Gerahom M. Barber, Cleveland 
James H. Jonea, Cleveland 

D. W. C. Londen. Georgetown. 

Allen T. Cowen, BaUvia 

Thad. A. Minshall, ChilUcothe 
Henrv M. Hngpne, Hillsboro... 
.^..■e (.iregg, WashinRton C. H... 

PM, 1". Binxhaio, Columbus 

lUwley J. Wyiie, Columbus^.,. 


Nov. 1, 1880 
Nov. 1, 1880 
Nov. 1, 1880 
Feb. 9, 1882 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Oct. 16, IB83 
Feb. 9, 1884 
Feb, 9, 1882 
Nov. 1, 1880 
Mayll,lB88 
Feb. 9, I8S2 
May 6, 1883 
Feh. 9, 1886 


Nov. 1, 188fi 
Nov. 1.1886 
Nov. 1,1886 
Feb. 9,1887 

Feb. 8,1887 
Oct. 14, 1888 


6 
6 


Fayette 

Franklin „... 
Pickiiway ... 


Feb. 8.1887 
Nov. 1,1885 
Hay 10, 1888 
Feb. 9,1887 
Mav 6, 1888 




George Lincoln,' London 


Feb. 9,1890 



rcull Judge OCLH, IS 



JUDICIARY. - 

JuDQn or m Goubt or ComfOH Flbab, 1884 — Contfnned. 



Knoit ....'.'.'..- 

Dei<iwiire-... 

Morrnw 

Rirhland 

At-lilanil 

Holmes 

CoBhodnn... 
Foirfleld .... 

Hocking 

JurkBOD 

VintoD 

Pike- 

Lawrence ... 
Gnllift 

AIh«iiH_ .... 
Waabington 
MDRkinguiii 

MorK»n 

Ncibl« 

QiieroBey...- 

Belmont 

M-mrix- 

Jcffpmin-... 

Harriflon 

Tu8-arrtWRB. 

tilark 

Carroll 

Columbiana 
TrumbDll ... 

PoTlBjn' 

MahoniDg .- 

Uke^.. !!!!.. 
AKhMliala... 

Wood 

Hancock 

Hardin- .... 
Crawford 

Wyandot-,,. 



?Sanine! M. Huntei, Newark 
1 Charlee H. McElroy, Delaivare 



i Charles C. Pareons, Sr.. Woonter 
WullingtOD Stilln-ell. Millerab'g 

) Silas H. Wright. I.«ncMter .. 
I John 8. Freianer', Logan 



' GeDTfce L. Phillips, Zaneaville.. 

h Wm. H. Fraiier.* Caldwell 

I Jas. W. Campbell, Zaneaville., 

1st. Clair Kelly. St. Clairaville.. 



SAnsoD Pea«e, Canton 
Peter A. I^ubie,* Salem... 



1 Geo, F. PendletoD,* Fiodlay -.. 
r Henry H. Dodge, Perryehnrg.. 

[■ThoinaB Beer," Bncynu _ 

\ John A. Price, BellelontaiDe .. 



Commenced. B^pires. 



Feb. », 1B84 
Feb. 3, 1882 

Oci.ae,i884 1 

I 

Feb. 9, 1882 



Apr. 17, 
Feb. 9, 



Oct. 30, 

Feb. 
Feb. 



),1B87 
>. 1689 

t, 1887 

1867 
1887 

1887 
IS8S 

1887 
1888 

1887 



Feb. 9, 1882 

Feb. 9, leaa 



Feb. 9,1 
Feb. 9,1 



■ttv,eln:tFd Oct. 14. IBM. 
>KIeeMlClrcDltJnd««Oct.U,lSM. 
■KlMMd Clrenlt JiHlt* OCL It, IMl. 
•DcoWd Clranlt Jodta OoL II, UH. 



■'Vice II B. Kwj.Jhiir)', inlfDed: TlMH.T.Hojt, 
«ReTl»ct*d OcL U, 1B84. [apiralBMd. 

■KlMtMl arcolt JodlN Oet. 14, IM*. 



46 BBPOBT OF 8BCBBTABT OF STATB. 



TIMES OP HOLDING COURTS IN OHIO FOR 1886. 



FIB8T DISTRICT. 



Ccmmon Pleas. 
HamiltOD, Ist Monday January, lot Monday May, lot Monday November. 



8B00MD DiaTBier. 

Common Pleas, 

Butler, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Montgomery, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Darke, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Clinton, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Warren, January 19, May 4, October 19. 
Clarke, January 19, May 11, October 19. 
Greene, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Champaign, January 19, May 11, October 19. 
Miami, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Preble, February Itf, June 8, November 16. 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Common Pleas, 

Allen, February 9, May 3, October 19. 
Auglaize, January 6, April 7, September 15. 
Defiance, January 26, May 4, October 19. 
Fulton, February 9, May 4, October 19. 
Henry, January 12, April 6, September 8. 
Mercer, March 1, May 25, November 16. 
Paulding, January 12, April 18, September 7. 
Putnam, March 9, June 1, November 16. 
Shelby, January 5, April 6, September 14. 
Van Wert, January 26, A(.ril 27, October 19. 
Williams, February 23, June 1« November 28. 



JUDICIARY. 47 

FOUBTH DI8TBIOT. 

Common PUai, 

Erie, February 2, May 4, October 19. 
HaroD, February 9, May 11, October 26. 
Lncaa, January 6, April 6, October 5. 
Sandnaky, January 6, April 6, September 14. 
Ottawa, January 12, April 18, September 28. 
Lorain, January 26, May 25, October 19. 
Medina, January 6, April 20, September 21. 
Summit, January 12, May 11, October 19. 
Cuyahoga, January 5, April 6, September 14. 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Common Pleas. 

Adams, January 18, «April 7, September 29. 
Clermont, January 12, May 6, October 20. 
Brown, February 10, May 19, October 27. 
Highland, January 26, May 11, October 19. 
Boss, January 19, April 20, October 6. 
Fayette, January 12, May 4, October 19. 
Franklin, January 6, April 18, September 21. 
Madison, February 24, May 19, November 8. 
Pickaway, January 6, April 7, September 8. 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Common Pletu, 

Delaware, January 12, April 13, September 28. 
Knox, February 24, May 26, November 10. 
Licking, January 5, May 4, October 19. 
Ashland, March 8, September 16, December 1. 
Morrow, January 19, April 20, October 19. 
Richland, March 30, August 17, November 80. 
Coshocton, February 8, April 2, November 10. 
Holmes, January 5, March 2, August 81. 
Wayne, March 2, August 81, November 80. 



48 REPORT. OF 8RCRETARY OF STATE. 



• 



BEYKNTH DISTRICT. 

Common Pleas. 

Athens, February 16, June 1, November 16. 
Fairfield, January 19, April 20, October 19. 
Gallia, February 16, May 25, November 9. 
Hocking, February 16, May 18, November 16. 
Jackson, February 16, June 1, November 23. 
Lawrence, March 2, May 25, November 16« 
Meigs, January 19, May 4, October 19. 
Perry, March 9, June 8, J>ecember 7. 
Pike, January 26, May 4, November 2. 
Scioto, January 26, April 18, October 19. 
Vinton, January 12, April 6, October 18. 
Washington, January 12, April 27, October 19. 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Common PUof, 

Muskingum, January 19, April 20, November 9. 
Morgan, March 24, June 16, October 14. 
Noble, February 17, May 19, October 14. 
Gnernsey, January 19, April 20, November 9. 
Belmont, February 8, May 26, November 8. 
Monroe, January 13, ^lay 5, October 14. 
Jefierson, January 20, April 28, October 14. 
Tuscarawas, February 10, April 14, October 28. 
Harrison, January 20, April 7, October 14. 



NINTH DISTRICT. 

Common PUaf, 

Carroll, January 5, May 4, October 26. 
Stark, January 19, May 4, October 19. 
Columbiana, January 19, May 18, November 9. 
Mahoning, January 5, May 4, September 7. 
Trumbull, February 9, June 1, October 19. 
Portage, January 5, May 4, September 7. 
Lake, February 16, June 1, November 16. 
Geauga, January 19, May 4, October 19. 
Ashtabula, January 19, May 4, October 19« 



JUDICIARY. 49 

TENTH DI8TBICT. 

Common Pleca. 

Crawford, Janaary 19, April 27, September 14. 
Hardin, January 19, April 13, September 14. 
Hancock, February 23, May 25, October 26. 
Logan, January 5, March 30, September 7. 
Marion, February 16, May 18, October 19. 
Seneca, February 23, May 25, October 26. 
Union, February 16, May 18, October 19. 
Wood, January 19, April 13, September 14. 
Wyandot, March 16, June 8, November 16. 



Office of the Secretary op State, 

Columbus, O., November 16, 1884. 

I hereby certify that the above is correctly copied from the official lists returned 
to this o£Sce. 

[seal.] Jas. W. Newman, 

Secretary of State. 



8,8. 



SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIYES 

or THB 

FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

1883—1885. 



52 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS— 1883-1885. 

Senatobs. 



Name. 



Alabama, 



James L. Pugh^ . 
John T. Moigan 



Arkansas. 



James D. AWtlker 
Aug. H. Garland. 



CcUifomia. 



James T. Farley 
John F.Miller... 



Colorado, 



Nathaniel P. Hill „. 
Thomas M. Bo wen 



Conneclicui. 



OrvilleH. Piatt 

Joseph R. Hd\iHey 



Delaware. 



Thomas F. B^ynrd 
£11 Saulsbur}' J. 



Florida. 



Wilkinson Call .... 
Charles W. Jones 



Georgia. 



Joseph £. Brown .. 
Alfred H. Colquitt 



lllinoit. 



John A. Logan 

Shelby M. Cullom 



Indiana. 



Daniel W. Voorhees 
Benjamin Harrison .. 



Iowa. 



William B. Allison 
James F. Wilson ... 



Residence. 



Eufaula ... 
Selma 



Fayetteville «. 
Little Rock.... 



Jackson 

San Francisco ... 



Denver..... 
Del Norte 



Meriden 
Hartford 



Wilmington ... 
Dover.. 



Jacksonville 
Pensacola .... 



Atlanta 
Atlanta 



Chicago 

Springfield 



Terre Haute . 
Indianapolis. 



Dubuque 
Fairfield 



iRe-elected to i^rre from March 4, 1885. 



Term of 
aenrice. 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1886 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1885 
188 



SENATORS. 



53 



SsNATOBS— Continaed. 



Name. 



Karuoi, 



John J. Ingalls 

Preston B. Plumb... 



Kentucky. 



John S. WUUams^ 
James B. Beck 



Louiiiana, 



B. Frank Jonas' ... 
Randall L. Gibson 



Maine. 



Engene Hale..... 
William P. Frye 



Maryland. 



James B. Groome' 
Arthur P. Gorman 



MoMochuMeUi, 



Henry L. Dawes 
George F. Hoar .. 



Michigan, 



Omar D. Conner 

Thomas W. Palmer .. 



Minneiota. 



Samuel J. R. McMillan 
Dwight M. Sabin 



Miirimppi. 



James Z. George 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar... 



Miuouri. 



George G. Vest.. 

Francis M. Cockrell .. . 



Nd)raika, 



Chas. H. Van Wyck .., 
Charles F. Manderson 



Residence. 



Atchison 
Emporia 



Mt. Stirling 
Lexington... 



New Orleans 
New Orleans 



Ellsworth 
Lewiston . 



Elkton 
Laurel 



Pittsfield .. 
Worcester. 



Port Huron 
Detroit 



St Paul ... 
Stillwater 



Jackson... 
Oxford .... 



Sedalia 

Warrensburg 



Nebraska City 
Omaha 



iJoeeph C. 8. Blackbam, elected to incoeed Jno. 8. WilUams. 
Vamet B. Euttis, '* " B. F. Jonas. 

•Ephralm K. WilBon " " Ju. B. Qroome. 



Term of 
service. 



1885 
1889 



1886 
1889 



1886 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1886 
1887 



1887 
1889 



•1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1886 
1887 



1887 



54 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Sbmatobs— Coniinaed. 



Name* 



Nevada, 



John P. Jones 
James G. Fair 



New Hamphhire, 



Henry W. BUdr. 
Austin F. Pike.. 



New Jeney, 



William J. Sewell.... 
John R. McPherson. 



New York, 



Elbridge G. Lapham. 
Warner Miller 



Ncfrih Carolina. 



Zebulon B. Vance 
Matt W. Ransom. 



Ohio. 

George H. Pendleton^ 
John Sherman 



Oregon. 



James H. Slater . 
JoaepliN.Dolph. 



Perm9ylvani€L 



Jas. Donald Cameron 



Reudence. 



Gold HUl 

Virginia City 



Plymouth 
Franklin . 



Camden 

Jersey City 



Canandaigua. 
Herkimer .... 



Charlotte. 
Weldon .. 



Cincinnati 
Mansfield 



La Grande 
Portland ... 



Harrisburg 



John L Mitchell ! Wellsboro 

IViode Island. 



Nelson W. Aldrich 'Providence. 

William P. Sheffield* !| Newj or .... 



South Carolinfu 

Wade Hampton' Columbia. 

Manning C. Butler , Edgefield. 

Tennettee. 



Howell E. Jackson ' Jackson .. 

Isham.G. Harris ! Memphis. 

>Henry B. PAyne. el'^cted to sacoeed Q«o. H. Pendleton. 
>Vioe Henry B. Anthony, deceased. 
•Re-elected to serve from March 4. 1885. 



Term of 
■ervioe. 



1885 
1887 



1886 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1887 
1889 



^SNATOBS. 



U 



SmtATOBS — Gontinaed. 



Name. 



Texoi. 

6amael B. Miaey ^ 

Idchard Coke 

Vennont, 

Justin 6. Morrill* .^ 

Oeorge F. Edmunds 

Virginia, 

William Mahone » 

G. H. Riddleberger « 

Wat Virginia, 

Johnson N. Camden 

John £. iB[enna „ 

WiioongifL 

Anffus Cameron 

PhSetus Sawyer 

^B6-el«cted to serve irom March 4, 1885. 



Residence. 



Paris. 
Waco. 



Strafford ... 
Budington 



Petersburg 
Woodstock 



Parkersburff 

Kanawha C. H. 



La Crosse. 
Ofihkosh.. 



Term of 
service. 



1887 
1889 



1886 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1886 

1887 



56 



BSPOBT 07 SXCRETAST OF STATS. 



BEPBEBE!rrATIVEB. 



^ Indicates members of the 47th GoDgjess. 






1 

2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



1 
2 
8 

4 



James Taylor Jones -... 

Hilary A, HerViert* MontgonierT. 

William C. Oatee* Abbeville. 

Charles M. Shelley* Sehna. 

Thomas Williams^ Wetumpka. 

Gtoldsmith W. Hewitt*- Birmingham. 

William H. Forney* JacksonTille. 

Luke Pryor Athena. 

ARKAJXBAB, 

Poindezter Dunn* ^ Forest City. 

James K. Jones" Washington. 

John H. lioKerH Fort Smith. 

Samuel W. Peel Bentonville. 



I At Large. 

i Clifton K. HreckinridKe 



Pine Bluff. 



CALirORNJA. 



1 Wm. 8. lioHecrans'- San Francisco. 



2 
A 
4 



James H. Budd I Stockton. 

Barclay Henley ! Santa Rosa. 

Pleasant B. Tully Gih-oy. 



At Ixtrge. 

Charles A. Sumner 
John K. (»lHHcock .. 



I 



GOLOBADOw 



James B. Beliord 



CONNBCTICUT. 



1 

2 

u 

4 



1 



William W. Eaton - . 
(niarlttt L. Mitchell ... 
JohnT. Wait* 



San Franciseo. 
kland. 



Central City. 



Hartford. 
New Haven. 
Norwich. 



Kdward W. Seymour.. , Bridgeport. 



DRLAWARS. 



Charles B. Lore Wilmington. 



FLORIDA. 



1- Robert H. M. Davidson* ' Quincy. 

2 . Horatio BLBl>ee, Jr* .* i Jacksonville. 



REPBSSENTATIVBS. 



57 



RBPBKaBMTATmB--Oontiiiaed. 




I 
2 
8 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 





1 

2 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 



GBOBGIA. 



John 0. Nicholls. 

Henry G. Turner* « 

Obarles F. Crisp 

Hueh Buchanan* 

Nathaniel J. Hammond* ~, 

James H. Blonnt* 

Judson C. Clements*. 

Seaborn Keese* 

Allen D. Candler 



At Large, 
Thomas Hardeman 



ILLINOIS. 



Ransom W. Dunham 

John F. Finally - 

George R Dayis* 

George £. Adams 

Reuben Ellwood 

Robert R. Hitt* 

Thomas J. Henderson* — . 

William Cullen* 

Lewis E. Payson* 

Nicholas E. Worthington... 

William H. Neece 

James Bf. Riggs ~ 

William M. Springer* 

Jonathan H. Rowell , 

Joseph G. Cannon* 

Aaron Shaw 

Samuel W. Moulton* 

Williaifi R. Morrison* 

R W, Townshend* 

John R Thomas* 



INDIANA. 



John J. Kleiner , 

Thomas R Cobb* 

Strother M. Stockslager* 

William 8. Holman* 

Courtland C. Matson*.... 
Thomas M. Browne*...... 

William E. English 

John £. lAmb 

Thomas B. Ward 

Thomas J. Wood 

George W. Steele* 

Robert Lowry 

RF.Shively* 



Blackshear. 

Quitman. 

Americus. 

Newman. 

Atlanta. 

Macon. 

Lafayette. 

Sparta. 

Gainesville; 



Macon. 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicajro. 

Sycamore. 

Mount Morris. 

Princeton. 

Ottawa. 

Pontiac. 

Peona. 

Macomb. 

Winchester. 

Springfield. 

Bloomington. 

Danville. 

Albany. 

ShelbyviUe. 

Waterloo. 

ShawneetowD. 

Metropolis. 



Evansville. 

Vincennes. 

Corydon. 

Avrora. 

Greencastle.. 

Winchester. 

Indianapolis. 

Terre Haute; 

Lafayette. 

CroWn Fbint. 

Marion. 

Fort Wayne. 

La Porte. 



i Vice WilUaxn H. CalkiiiB, resigned. 



58 



SXPOBT or aKCBBTABT OF 8TATS. 




1 

% 
3 

4 

<i 

T 
8 

10 

II 



I 



Mo«e» Jl X<Coid« ..^ 
J«r«iiLbih. H. Murphy . 
Dft^nd BL H«iid«fsoa .. 

LozB^iii H. Well«r* 

J«miM WHaotL ^. 

J^jhaCCook* 

Hinoi T. Snidi^ 

WiUisoL P. H«pb«m* 
WUJiiun H. M. Poser 
Adoniram J. HoImiBft. 
&$tnibte 



4 FaidMd. 



•1 

..f IHiboqi 

— i 









£.ORS.i& 



I . Jokn A. JLndenca* .. 
i . Elwwd H. FuMCoa'. 
5 ' Thunuii Rvaa' 



..^ lobL 



I 



Jl Lmt^^ 



E.y. 









JimiftA F. Claw ... 



Er * Wuli*» 

ionii ^Tv *^JEaBcr 

▼. W. roiboxBUL 



B^twLiflc 



V*. 



'.«b. 



« 7 



J 

« in 



"3 ^_**1 



Or: 



I 






.iKTVit-CZM! A 'CI 



f7 



BEPBSSBNTATIVBS. 



59 



REPBxaKMTATiyss— Oentinaed. 




MAINE. 

Ai Large, 

Thomas B. Reed* 

Nelson Dinffley, Jr.* 

Charles A. Boutelle 

Seth L. MiUiken^ 

MARYLAND. 

1 George W. Covington* 

2 J. Fred. C. Talbott* 

8 Fetter S. Hoblitzell* 

4 John V. L. Findlay 

5 Hart B. Holton 

6 Louis E. McComas 

MASSACHUSBTTS. 

1 Robert T. Davis 

2 John D. Lonff 

8 Ambrose A. Kanney* 

4 Patrick A. Collins 

5 Leopold Morse* 

6 Henry B. Lovering.. 

7 Eben F. Stone* 

8 William A. Russell* 

9 Theodore Lyman 

10 William W. Rice* 

11 WUliam Whiting 

12 Francis 8. Rockwell 

MICHIGAN. 

1 William C. Maybury.. 

2 Nathaniel B. Eldridge 

8 Edward 8. Lacey* 

4 George L. Yaple.. 

5 Julius Haaseman 

6 Edwin B. Winans 

7 Esra C. Carleton i 

8 Roswell G. Horr* 

9 Byron M. Outcheon , 

10 Herschell H. Hatch 

11 Edward Breitung 

MINNESOTA. 

1 MHo White 

* 2 James B. Wakefield 

8 Horace B. 8trait* 

4 Wm. D. Washburn* - 

6 Knute Nelson 



Residence. 



Portland. 
Lewiston. 
Bangor. 
Belfast. 



8now Hill. 

Towson. 

Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 

Elysville. 

Hagerstown. 



Fall River. 

Hingham. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Lynn. 

Newbury port 

Lawrence. 

Brookline. 

Worcester. 

Holyoke. 

Pittsfield. 



Detroit. 

Adrian. 

Charlotte. 

Mendon. 

Grand Rapids. 

Flint. 

Port Huron. 

East Saginaw. 

Monroe. 

Bay City. 

Negaunee. 



Chatfield. 
Blue Earth City. 
Shakopee. 
Minneapolis. 
Alexanaria. 



60 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



RBPBBBKNTAf ivBs — Gontinaed . 




1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

IB 

14 



1 
2 
8 



1 
2 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Henry L. Maldrow*... 
James R. Chalmers ... 

E.S. Jeffords 

Hernando D. Money* 

Otho R. Singleton* 

Henry S. Van Eaton .. 
Ethelbert Barksdale... 



MISSOURI. 



William H. Hatch* 

A. M. Alexander.. 

Alexander M. Dockery... 

James N. Burnes .*.... 

Alexander Graves 

John Cosgrove.. 

Aylett H. Buckner* 

John J. O^Neill 

James 0. Broadhead 

Martin L. Clardy* 

Richard P. Bland* 

Charles H. Morgan 

Robert W. Fyan 

Lowndes H. Davis 



NEBRASKA. 



Archibald J. Weaver .. 

James Laird 

Edward K. Valentine* 



NEVADA. 



George W. Cassidy^ 



NEW HAMP4II1RB. 



Martin A. Haynes ... 
Ossian Ray*.. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Thomas M. FerrelL. 
John H. Brewer* .... 

John Kean, Jr..^ 

Benjamin F. Huwey 
Wm. Walter Phelps. 
Wm. H.F.Fiedler... 



7 I Wm. McAdoo. 



Starkville. 

Greenville. 

WiDona. 

Canton. 

Woodville. 

Jackson. 



HannibaL 

Paris. 

Gallatin. 

St. Joseph. 

Lexington. 

Boonviile. 

Mexico. 

St. Louis. 

Sl Louis. 

Farmington. 

Lebanon. 

Lamar. 

Marsh field. 

Jackson. 



Falls City. 
Hastings. 
West Point. 



Eureka. 



Lake Village. 
Lancaster. 



Gloucester. 

Trenton. 

Elizabeth. 

Newton. 

Englewood. 

New Brunswick, 

Jersey City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



61 



Repbbsentativbs— Continued. 




1 

% 

8 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

28 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

80 

81 

82 

88 



1 
2 
8 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 



NKW YOBK. 



Perry Belmont* - 

Wm. E. Robinson*.. 

Darwin R. James 

Felix Campbell 

Nicholas Mailer « 

Samuel 8. Cox* 

William Dorsheimer ..... 

John J. Adams 

John Hardy* 

Abram 8. Hewett*.. 

Orlando B. Potter 

Waldo Hutchins* 

John H. Ketcham* ....... 

Lewis Beach* 

John H. Baffley, Jr 

Thomas J. Van Alstyne 

Henry G. Burleigh 

Frederick A Johnson ... 

Abraham X. Parker* 

Edward Wemple 

Georee W. Ray 

duurles R. Skinner* 

J. Thomas Spriggs 

Newton W. Nutting 

Frank Hiscock* 

Sereno £. Payne 

James W. Wadsworth*.. 

Stephen C. Millard.. 

John Amot 

Halberl 8. Grreenleaf 

Robert 8. Stevens 

William F. Rogers 

Francis B. Brewer 



A Large, 
Henry W. Slocum 



NOBTH CAROLINA 



Thomas G. Skinner . 
James E. 0*Harra.... 
Wharton G. Green-. 

William R. Cox* 

Alfred M. Scales* .... 

Clement Dowd* 

Tyre York« 

Robert B. Vance*.... 



Residence. 



At Large, 
Risden T. Bennett .. 



New York. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York, 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

Dover Plains. 

Cornwall. 

Catskill. 

Albany. 

Whitehall. 

Glen's Falls. 

Potsdam. 

Fultonville. 

Norwich. 

Watertown. 

Utica. 

Oswego. 

Syracuse. 

Auburn. 

Geneseo. 

Binghampton. 

Elm ra. 

Rochester. 

Attica. 

Buffalo. 

Westfield. 



Brooklyn* 



Elizabeth City. 
Erfield. 
Fayette ville. 
Raleigh. 
Greensborough . 
Charlotte. 
Wilkesborough. 
Ashville. 



Wadesborough. 



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BBPOBT OF 8ECBBTABT OF 8TATB. 



RxpsanNTATiYSB — Gontinued. 




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2 
8 

4 
6 

7 
8 
9 
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11 
12 
18 
14 
16 
16 
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18 
19 
20 
21 



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18 

19 

20 

21 



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OHIO. 



John F. FoUett 

Isaac M.Jordan « 

Robert Maynard Mnrray 

Benjamin Le Feyre* ^ 

George £. Seney ^ , 

William D. Hill 

James £. Gampbell 

Joseph Warren Keifei* ^ 

James S. Robinson*^ ^ 

Frank H. Hard 

John W. McGormick ^ , 

Alphonso Hart 

Gkiorge L. Gonyerse*^ 

Geori^e W. Gtoddes* 

Adoniram J. Warner^ 

Beriah Wilkins 

Joseph D. Taylor 

Jonathan H. Wallace 

EiraB. Taylor* \, 

Dayld R. Paige 

Martin A. Foran ^ 



OBBQON. 



Melvin 0. Qeorge* 



PIMirSTLyANIA. 



Henry H. Ingham* 

Charles O'Neili* 

Samnel J. Randall*... 
William D. Kelley* .. 
Alfred C. Harmer*... 
James B. Ererhart... 

I. Newton Eyans 

Dayid Ermentroot* .. 

A. Herr Smith 

WiUiam Mntchler ... 
John B. Storm 



Daniel W. Connolly.... 
Charles N. Bramm^.... 

Samnel F. Barr* 

George A. Foet 

Widiam W. Brown .... 
Jacob M. Campbell* ... 
Lools £. Atkinson . .... 
William A. Dnncan* .. 
Andrew G. Cnrtin* .... 

Charlee £. Boyle 

James H. Hopkins 

Thomas M. Bayne* .... 
George V. Law'rence... 



Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

Piqua. 

Sidney. 

Tiffin. 

Defiance. 

Hamilton. 

Springfield. 

Kenton. 

Toledo. 

Gallipolis. 

Hiilsborongh. 

Colnmbna. 

Mansfield. 

Marietta. 

Uhrichsyille. 

Cambridge. 

New lis^n. 

Warren. 

Akron. 

Cleveland. 



Portland. 



Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Germantown. 

West Chester. 

Hatborongh. 

Reading. 

Lancaster. 

Easton. 

Stroudsbnxg. 

Scranton. 

Minersyille. 

Harrisbnrig. 

SnaqnehamuL 

Bradford. 

Johnstown. 

Mifflinton. 

Gettysbnrg. 

Bellefonta. 

Uniontown. 

Pittsbnri^ 

Allegheny. 

Monongahela Cttj. 



iXiMled October 14. ISSi Saeratary of SUta, from January 1^ IMS. 

■1 



BSPBSBBNTATIVE9. 

KiPBBBSNTATiyBS — Continaed. 



GS» 




26 
86 

*7 



1 
% 



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4 
6 
6 
7 



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8 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



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% 
8 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 
2 



PxNNSTLYAKiA — Oontinued. 

John D. Fatton t 

8«mnel H. MDIer* 

Samael M. Rrainerd , 

At Large, 

Mortimer F. EHiott 

RBODK ISLAND. 

Henry J. Spooner* 

Jonathan Onace* , 

SOUTH CABOLINA. 

Samuel Dihble* 

Oeorge D. Tillman* 

D.^att Aiken* 

John H. Evins** .... 

John J. Hemphill , 

George W. Darn^n 

Bobert Smalls 

Angostos H. Pettibone* 

Leonidas C. Houk* 

George G. DibrelP 

Benton McMillen* 

Richard Warner* 

Andrew J. Caldwell 

John G. Ballentine 

John M. Taylor 

Rice A. Herce 

Casey Young 

TEXAS. 

Charles Stewart* 

John H. Reagan* 

James H. Jones 

David B. Culberson* 

James W. Throckmorton 

Olui Wellborn* 

Thomas P. Ochiltree 

J. H. Miller 

Roger Q. Mills* 

John Hancock 

Samuel W. T. Lanham 

TKBMOKT. 

John W.Stewart 

Luke P. Poland 



Indiana. 
Mercer. 
f Erie. 



Wellsborougfa^ 



Providence. 
Valley Fallfli. 



Oranseburg. 

Etoleld. 

Cokesbury. 

Spartanburg^ 

Cnester. 

Darlington. 

Beaufort 



Greenville; 

Knoxville. 

Sparta. 

Carthage. 

Lewiston. 

Nashville. 

Pulaski. 

Lexington. 

Union City* 

Memphis. 



Houston. 

Palestine. 

Henderson^ 

Jefferson. 

McKinney. 

Dallas. 

Galveston. 

Gonsales. 

Corsicana. 

Austin. 

Weatheriord. 



Middlebury. 
St Johnebury. 



64 



BEFOBT OF 8ECKKTAST OF STATX. 



5flme. 



1 I ii9iftT%HT.(sun\mtk - j Aooomack G. H. 

2 '■ UtLTTj IJbt>«T - I llampCoii. 

8 i (itsffTue \K WljMf* i Bkhmond. 



4 i Henjamin B. Hooper 
6 George C. (^UW*,... 

6 J. IUodol|»b Tucker*. 

7 ChmrlM T. CFernUK.. 

6 John 8. BMTtKmr 

if Henrj H. Bowen 



At Large, 
John 8. WiM . 



WJE8T VfBOiyiA« 



1 

8 
4 



1 

2 
8 
4 
5 

n 

7 
8 
9 



Nftthsn Goffj Jr 

WnUam L. Wilson. 

(). K HnyrleH 

KunUcC Giliton 



WISC01C8IN. 



John WinanN 

I)flni«] If. 8uinn«r 

Borr W. Jonen 

r«t4!r V. Dentter* 

Joseph Kankin , 

Klchsrd Giienther* .... 
(lilhorlM. Woodward 

WIIlltinT. Price 

iMftc 8tephen8on 



Farmville. 

DmoTiDe. 

Lexioffton. 

Barri^nbaig. 

Alexandruu 

Knob. 



Richmond. 



ClarkflburiK. 
Oharleetown. 
Kanawha C. H. 
Huntington. 



Janesville. 

Wankesha. 

Madison. 

Milwaukee. 

Manitowoc. 

Oshkosh. 

La Crosse. 

Black River Falls. 

Marinette. 



I Vlro Jo)ui K. Kctma, elected to United Btateb Senate. 



TERRITORIES. 



(Uanville H. Oury 



John B. Raymond 



Name. 


Residence. 


ARISONA. 

% 


Florence. 


DAKOTA. 


Fargo. 



TERRITORIES. 



65 



Terbitoribs— Con tinued . 



Theo. F. Singiser. 



Martin Maginnis. 



Name. 



idjCho. 



MONTANA. 



NSW MEXICX). 



Francisco A. Mansanares. 



Residence. 



Boise City. 



Helena. 



Los Vegos. 





UTAH. 




John T. Caine 




Salt Lake City. 




WASHINGTON. 


Thomafi H. Brenta t.^. 




Walla Walla. 




WYOMING. 




Morton E. Post 




Cheyenne. 





8.8. 



66 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MEMBERSELECJT OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE 49m 

CONGRESS, FROM MARCH 4, 1885, 




I 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



1 
2 
8 
4 
5 



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3 
4 
5 
6 



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4 



1 



1 
2 



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2 
8 
4 
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ALABAMA. 



James T. Jonea* « 

Hilary A. Herbert* .... 

William C. Gates* 

Alex. C. DaTidson ...... 

J. W.Sadler 

John M. Martin 

William H. Forney* ... 
Joseph WheePer 



ARKANSAS. 



C. R. Breckinridge* 
Poindexter Dunn* ... 
James K. Jones*..-... 
John H. Rogers*. 



CALIFORNIA. 



B:^ relay Henley. 

J. A. JjWititt 

Joseph MnKenna . 
\V. W, Morrow ... 
Charies N. Felton 
//. U. Markham . 



CX)LO^ADO. 



George D. Symes 



CONNXCTICUT. 



John R. Buck 

Charles L. Mitchell*.. 

J'hn T. Wai^ ». 

Ed. W. Seymour* 



DELAWARE. 



Charles B. Love* 



FLORIDA. 



R. H. M. Davidson* 
Chas. P. Dougherty 



GBOBQIA. 



T. M. Norwood .... 
Henry G. Turner*. 
CharlfS F. Crisp* 
Henry R. Harris... 
N. J. Hammond*. 
James H. Blount*. 



Demopolis. 

Montgomery, 

Abbeville. 

Marion. 

Prattvillc. 

Tuscaloosa. 

Jacksonville. 

Monlton. 



Pine Bluff, 
Forest City, 
Washingvon. 
Fort Smith, 



Samuel W. Peel* , ^ Bentonville. 



Santa Rosa. 

Stockton, 

SuisHn. 

San Francisco. 

San Mateo. 

Los Angelos. 



Denver. 



Hartford. 
New Haven. 
Norwich. 
Litchfield. 



Wilmington. 



Quincy. 
Jacksonville. 



Savannah. 

Quitman. 

Americus. 

Greenville. 

Atlanta. 

Macon. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVES. 



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10 



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8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 



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2 
8 
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6 
8 
7 



GSOBGiA — Continued. 



JudsonO. Clements*. 

Seaborn Reese* 

Allen D. Candlet* 

George T. Barnes .... 



ILLINOIS. 



R. W.lhinham* 

Frank Lawler 

James H. Ward 

Oeorge E, Adamt* 

Reuben L, Elboood^ 

Robm R, Hiu* 

T. /. Hendenon* 

Ralph Plumb 

LouU E. Fay9on* 

N. E. Worthington* ... 

W. H. Neece*« 

James M. Riggs* 

William M. Sprioger* 
Jonathan H, Rowe^ ... 

Joseph Q, Cannon* 

L. Z. Landes 

John R. Eden 

William R. Morrison* 
R. W. Townshend* .... 
John R. Thomas* 



INDUNA. 



John J. Kleiner* 

Thomas R. Cobb*.... 

Jonas G. Howard 

William S. Holman* 

{\ C. Matson* 

Thomas M. Browne^,,. 
William O. Bynum . 

/. T.J<^nsUm 

ThomHS B. Ward* ... 

William D. Owen 

Oeorge W. Steele 

Robert Lowry* 

George Ford.. 



IOWA. 



Benton J. Hall.. 

J. H. Murphy* 

David B. uenderson*. 
William B. Fuller^,,.. 

B. F. Frederick 

J. B. Weaver 

Edwin H. Oonger^,,.. 



Lafayette. 
Sparta. 
Gainesville. 
Augusta. 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Sycamore. 

Oregon. 

Princeton. 

Streator. 

Fontiac. 

Peoria. 

Macomb. 

Winchester. 

Springfield. 

BlooHiiogton. 

Danville. 

Mount Carmel. 

Sullivan. 

.Waterloo. 

Shawneetown. 

Metropolis. 



Evansville. 

Vincennes. 

Jetfersonville. 

Aurorn. 

Greencustle. 

Winchester. 

iDdiann polls. 

Rockville. 

Lafayette. 

Logansport. 

Marion. 

Fort Wayne. 

South Bend. 



Burlington . 

Davenport. 

Dubuoue. 

West Union. 

Marshalltown. 

Bloomville. 

Des Moines. 



BEPOBT OP 8ECBETABT OF STATE. 
KxPKiaBii T ATI VB8— Continued . 



j 




Name. 




s 

9 
10 
11 


I 


WA— CoDtinned. 


Cluindn. 












Boone. 








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KANBU. 




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6 
7 






loU. 


BiAop W. Ptrkint' - 








tS^^: 






















KtNTDCKT. 





J. E. HfilBell* 

T. A. K.i-.l-.ii 

\li.,Tt S n'llh-' 

John G. Carlisle" 

W.C.I'. [lr,'ikinri.iKO... 
Jkmee l: M.-Creary 

W. H. \V:'4v.:"lh 

Wm. P. TBiilboe 

Fr«nk U VVoIIord*. 



LouiaSt. Martin 

MiAadHahn 

E-lw«rd J. Way 

N.C. BUndiar.1- .. 

J. Floyd King" 

Alfred B. Irion 



LomaiANA. 



Bowling Gr«en. 
. Hodge naville. 
, i>ouiBville. 
. Covinttton. 
. Leiit^lton. 
. Richmond. 

Maya Title. 

Hasle Green. 
, Columbia. 



. New Orleani. 

New Orleans. 
. New Orleana. 

S^hrevepcrl. 

Evergreen. 



Thom<i* ft. Rftii'. 

Ntlton Uingfry' 

Sdh L. miiken* 

OutrinA. BouUii^—- 



MARYLAND. 



; Charlea H. Gibaon - 

Frank T. Shaw 

Wiiliaui H.Cole 

J. V. L. Findtay' ... 

BameaOoiipion 

1 LawM B. JCctomoi"- 



Portland. 
. ijewiaton. 

UdlMt 

. Bangor. 



Eaaton. 
Weatminater. 
Baltimore. 
Baltimore. 

Hageratown. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVES. 



69 



Reprbssntatives — Continued. 






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6 

6 

7 

8 

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10 

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12 



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7 
8 
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4 

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6 

7 



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2 
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4 
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6 
7 



Name. 



MASSACUDSETTS. 



/o^n D. Long* 

A, A. Ranney* 

P. A.Collins* 

E. D. Hayden 

H. B. Lovering • « 

Eben F, Stone* 

Charles H, AUen .... 

F.D.Ely 

William W. Rice* . 
WiUiim Whiting* . 

F. W. RockuHsU 



MICHIGAN. 



William C. Maybury* 

Nathaniel B. Eldridge* 

James CDonnell 

J, C, Burrows^ 

C. C. Comstock ). 

Edwin B. Winans* , 

Ezra C. Carleton * 

T. E. Tareney 

Byron M. Cutcheon* 

Spencer O. Fisher 

Stih a MoffiU 



MINNESOTA. 



MUo WliUe* 

J.B. Wahfifld*,, 

H.B.StraU* 

/. B. Oil/iUan . .^ 
Knute ^-elson* 



MISSISSIPPI. 



John M. Allen 

J. B. Morgan 

T. C. Catchings 

F.G. Barry 

Otho R. Singleton * ... 

H. 8. Van fiiton* 

Ethelbert Barksdale* 



MISSOURI. 



WillUm H. Hatch •. 

JohnB. Hale 

A. M. Dockery* ... . 
James N. Bumes* ... 

William Warner 

John T. Heard 

John £. Hatton 



Residence. 



Fall River. 

Hingham. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Lynn. 

Newbury port 

Lowell. 

Dedham. 

Worcester. 

Uolycke. 

Pittsfield. 



Detroit. 
Adrian. 
Jackson. 
Kalamazoo. 
Grand Rapids. 
Hamburg. 
Port Huron. 
East Saginaw. 
M tnistee. 
Bay City. 
Grand Traverse. 



Chatfield. 

Blue Earth City. 

iShakopee. 

Minneapolis. 

Alexandria. 



Tupelo. 

Hernando. 

Vicksburg. 

West Point. 

Forest. 

Woodville. 

Jackson. 



Hannibal. 

Carrollton. 

Gallatin. 

Saint Joseph. 

Kansas City. 

Sedalia. 

Mexico. 



70 



BXPOBT OF 8ECBBTABY OF STATE. 



Reprsbkntatitb — Continued. 




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9 
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11 
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13 
14 



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3 



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2 



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7 



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18 

19 



MiawuBi— Gontinaed. 



John J. O'Neill*.... 

John M. Glover 

Martin L. Clardy • . 
Richard P. Bland ♦, 
William J. Stone .... 

W. H. Wade 

William Dawson.... 



NBBRASKA. 



A. J, Weaver*,.., 
Jamn Laird* .... 
O. W. E.Dorsey. 



MKVADA. 



William Woodlmm, 



NBW HAMPSHIRB. 



M. A. Haynes* 
J, H. Oallinger 



NKW JKB8BT. 



Oeorge Him , 

Jamei Buchanan , 

Robert S. Green 

James W. Pidcock 

WiUiam Walter Phelps* 

Herman [jfhlbach 

William McAdoo* 



NEW YORK. 



Ferry Belmont* ... 
Felix Campbell ♦«.. 
Darwin R James*.. 

F. F. Mahuney 

A. M. Bliss 

Nicholas duller*.. 
John J. Adams*... 

Samuels. Cox* 

Joseph Pulitzer 

AbramS. Hewitt* 

T. A. Merrirnan 

A. Dowdney 

E^^bert L. Viele 

W. G. Stahlnecker 

Lewis Beach * 

Tohn H. Kelcham* .. 
James O. Lindsley.... 
Henry G, Burleigh* 
John Swinburne 



Residence. 



St. Ix)ni8. 

St. Louis. 

Farmin^ton. 

Lebanon. 

Nevada. 

Carthase 

New Madrid. 



Falls City. 

Hastings. 

Fremont. 



Virginia City. 



Lake Village. 
Concord. 



Salem. 

Trenton. 

Elizabeth. 

White House Stat*n. 

£nglewo<>d. 

Newark. 

Jersey City. 



Babylon' 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
New York. 
New York. 
New .York. 
New Yoik. 
New York. 
New York. 
New Yoik. 
New York. 
YonkeiH. 
Coruwnl. 
Dover Plains. 
Kin^rston. 
AVhit»*hall. 
Albany. 



UNITBD STATES REPRESENTATIVES. 



71 



Rbprebsmtativbs— Continued. 




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28 
29 
30 

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34 



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5 
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15 
16 
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18 
19 
20 
21 



NEW YOBK — Ck)ntinaed. 



George West 

Frederick A. Johnson • 
Abraham X. Parker*.. 
J. Thomas Spriggs* .. 

J. 8. Pindar 

Frank Htscoek* 

Stephen a Millard* ... 

Sereno E. Payne *.. 

John Amot* 

Ira Davenport 

Charles S. Baker 

John L. Sawyer 

John M, Farquhar 

J(^n B, Weber 

Walter L. Sessions., 



NORTH CABOLINA. 



Thomas 6. Skinner *.. 

James E. O'Hara* 

Wharton J. Green *.... 

William R.Oox* 

James W. Reid 

R. T.Bennett* 

J. S. Henderson 

William H. H. Cowles 
Thos. J. Johnston 



OHIO. 



Benjamin BuUerworth ... 

Charles E. Brown 

J. £. Campbell 

C. M. Anden^n 

Benjamin LePevre* .. 

William D. Hill * 

George E. Seney* 

John Little 

WilUam 0. Cooper 

Jacob Romeis 

W^ W. Ellsbnry 

A, C. Thompson 

J. H. Outhwaite 

C. H. Orosvenor 

Beriah Wilkins* 

George AV. Geddes* .. 

A. J. Warner*- 

Isaac H. Taylor 

Eera B. Taylor* 

WtUiam McKinley.Jr.* 
Martin A. Foran* 



OHBGON. 



Binqer Hermann 



Residence. 



Ballston. 

Glen's Falls. 

Pottsdam. 

Utica. 

CableskilL 

Syracnse. 

Binghamton. 

Auburn. 

Elmira. 

Bath. 

Rochester* 

Albion. 

Buffalo. 

Lockport. 

Jamestown. 



Hertford. 

Enfield. 

Fayetteville. 

Raleigh. 

Wentworth. 

Wadesborough. 

Salisbury. 

Wilke8bK>rough. 

Asheville. 



Cincinnati. 

Cincinnati. 

Hamilton. 

Greenville. 

Maplewood. 

Defiance. 

Tiffin. 

Xenia. 

Mount Vernon. 

Toledo. 

Georgetown. 

Portsmouth. 

Columbus. 

Athens. 

Uhrichsville. 

Manefield. 

Marietta. 

Carroll ton. 

Warren. 

Massillon. 

Cleveland. . 



Roseburg. 



72 



REPORT OF 8ECRBTART OF 8TATB. 



Repbisbntativbb— Oontinued. 




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3 

4 

5 

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PENNSYLVANIA. 



At Large. 
E. S. Onhome^ . 



H. H. Bingham* 

Charles (TNeiU* 

S.J. Randall*.. 

WVliam D. KeiUy* .... 

A. C. Hdrmar* 

James B. Everhart* .... 

I. Newton Evans* 

David Ermentroat * .. 

John A. Htestand 

AV. H. Sowden 

John B. Storm* 

J. A. Scranton 

C. N. Brumm* 

Franklin N. Bound ... 

F.C. Bunnell 

W. W. Brown* 

/. M. Campbell* 

Louis E. Atkinson* 

t W. A. Dancan * 

Andrew G. Curtain* 
Charles E. Boyle* ... 

James S. Negley 

T. M. Bayne* 

Oscar L. Jackson 

A. C. WhiU 

Oeorge W. Fleeger 

AVilliam L. Scott.. 



Wilkesharre. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

West Chester. 

Hathorough. 

Reading. 

Lancaster. 

Alientown. 

Strondsbnrg. 

Scranton. 

Mineraville. 

Milton. 

Tunkhannock. 

Bradford. 

Johnstown. 

Mifliintown. 



BHODB ISLAND* 



Henry J. Spooner * 
William A. Fierce.. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Samuel Dibble* 

George D. Tillman*. 
D. Wyatt Aiken*.... 

W. H. Perry« 

J. J. Hemphill* 



Bellefonte. 

Uuiontown* 

Pittsburgh. 

Pittsburgh. 

Beaver. 

Brookville. 

Butler. 

Erie. 



Providence. 
Newport. 



Orangeburg. 

Edgefield. 

Coke«burg. 

Greenville. 

Chester. 



G. W. Dargan* • Darlington. 



Robert Smalls 



TENNESSEE. 



Beaufort 



I 



A. H. Pettibone* Greenville. 

Tjeonidas C. Houk* • Knoxville. 

John R. Neal • Khen Spring. 

Itenton McMillen* Carthage. 



t Died since election. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVES. 



73 



Rbpbesentatiybs— (Dontinaed. 



•c 

00 




6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



1 
2 
8 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 

4 

O 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 
2 
8 
4 
6 



TRNNK8SSB — Crontinaed. 



J. D. Richardson.. 
A.J.Caldwell*... 
J. G. Ballentine * 
John M. Taylor * 

P.O. Glass 

Zachary Taylor,... 



TEXAS. 



Charles Stewart* 

John H. Reagan "^ 

James H. Jones* 

D. B. Culberson* 

J. W. Throckmorton* 

Clin Welbom* 

William H. Crain a. 

James F. Miller* 

Roger Q. Mills* 

Joseph D. Sayers 

8, W. T. Lanham*.. 



VERMONT. 



John W.Stewart* , 
William W. Oront 



VIRGINIA. 



Thomas Croxton 

H.H.Libhty^...i 

George D. Wise * 

Jama D. Brady 

George C. Cabell * 

John W. G'Daniel 

C. T. O'Ferrall 

J. S. Barbour*.. 

Connelly F. Trigg 

J. Randolph Tucker^ 



WEST VIBGINIA. 



Nathan Ooff, Jr. *« . 
W. L. Wilaou* .... 

C.P.Snyder* 

Eustace Gibson *.. . 



WISCX>N8IN. 



Residence. 



Lewisburg. 

Nashville. 

Pulaski. 

Lexington. 

Ripley. 

Memphis. 



Houston. 

Palestine. 

Henderson. 

Jefferson. 

McKinney. 

Dallas. 

Galveston. 

Gonzales. 

C jrsicana. 

Bastrop. 

Weatherford. 



Middlebury. 
Barton. 



Tappahannock. 

Hampton. 

Richmond. 

Petersburg. 

Danville 

Lynchburg. 

Harrisonburg. 

Alexandria. 

Abingdon. 

Lexington. 



Clarksburg. 
Charlestown. 
Charleston. 
Huntington. 



L. B. Caawell - ! Fort Atkinson. 

Edward S. Bragg.. Fond <]u Lac. 

R. M. La FolUtU Madison. 

J. W. VanSchaick .• Milwaukee. 

Joseph D. Rankin* ; Manitowoc. 



74 



REPORT OF 8ECRSTARY OF 8TATS. 



RxpBBBKSTATiyn — Continoed. 






6 
7 
8 
9 



Name. 



Residence. 



WISCONSIN— Continoed. 



Richard Quenther* Oshkosh. 

0. B, Thoma» I Prairie da Chien. 

Black River Falls. 

Marinette. 



Wiliam T. Price * 
haae Huphemcn * . . 



TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 



ARIZONA. 



Coatsworth P. Head 



DAKOTA. 



(hear L, Gifford 



IDA fit). 



John Hailey Hailey 



MONTANA. 



Biram F. KnowUs 



NBW MEXICO. 



Antonio Joseph 



UTAH. 



JohnT. Caine* 



WASHINGTON. 



Charles G. Voorhees... 



WYOMING. 



/. if. Casey ^. 



The names of DemocraU in Roman. 
The names of Republicans in Italic. 
Members marked with an ^ are members of the 48ih Congress. 



Prescott 



Dead wood. 



Butte. 



Ojo Caliente. 



Salt Lake City. 



ELECTION OF UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM OHIO, BY 
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, FROM 1803 TO 1884. 



The following record of the election of United States Senators by 
the General Assembly of Ohio, has been revised and brought up to date, 
for convenient reference, and that a proper record of the elections may 
be preserved : 

At the meeting of the first Legielatore of Ohio, April 1, 1803, John Smith of 
Hamilton coanty and Thos. Worthington of Ross county were elected United States 
Senators to represent the new State of Ohio in the upper branch of the National 
Legislature. They were elected on a joint ballot of the two Houses, but the journal 
of the Senate and of the House both fail to give the number of the votes cast, or the 
names of the other candidates, if any, voted for. The journals say that on examining 
the ballots, Smith and Worthington were declared by the speakers of both Houses 
to be duly elected. 

John Smith, charged with complicity in the treason of Aaron Burr, had articles 
of impeachment preferred against him in the United States Senate, and on trial a 
majority of the Senators voted him guilty, but not the two-thirds necessary to expel 
a member. Mr. Smith thereupon resigned his seat. 

December 12, 1808. Return J. Meigs was elected to fill the vacancy until 
March 4, 1809. The vote stood as follows : 

Return J. Meigs— 49. 

Nathaniel Massie — 22. 

On the same day, to fill the full term, Meigs was elected. The vote stood : 

Return J. Meigs— 49. 

Alexander Campbell — 17. 

Jas. Pritchard— 4. 

Dr. Edward Tiffin was elected successor of Thop. Worthington, whose term of 
office expired on the 4th of March, 1807. The vote stood : 

Edward Tiffin— 25. 

Philamon Beecher — 12. 

John Bigger— 2. 

Return J. Meigs — 2. 

Besjdes these two votes atb recorded in ilie journ 0, one for *Tom Tuft" and one 
for " Thomafe Oonkey ". 

Daring the recc-ss of the Legislature of 1809. Edward Tiffin resigned his seat 
and Stanley Griswold of Cuyahoga county was appointed by the Governor to fill 
the vacancy, until his successor was elected 

December 11, 1809. Alexander Campbell of Adams county was elected to fill 
the remainder of Tiffin s term by the following vote: 

Alexander Campbell— 38. (Elected.) 

Richard a Thomas— 29. 

Thomas Worthington— 1. 



76 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



James Pritcbard — 1. 

David Finley— 1. ' 

Dr, Edward Tiffin, when he resigned his seat in the Senate of the United States, 
became a candidate for member of the Ohio Legislature from Roes coonty, and was 
elected. Alexander, when elected United States Senator, was speaker of the Ohio 
HoQse of Representatives, which position he promptly resigned, and Dr. Edward 
Tiffin was elected speaker in his stead. 

December 15, 1810, Retam J. Meigs having been elected Grovemor at the 
October election, resigned his seat in the Senate. Thoe. Worthington, his opponent 
for Governor, after five ballots, was elected to fill Senator Meigs' unexpired term. 
The ballot stood : 



Thos. Worthington . 

Jas. Pritchard 

Sam'l Huntington ... 

Geo. Todd 

John Bigger 

Thos. Massie 

Thos. Kirker 



17 
17 
16 
11 



25 
10 
21 
11 

4 



3. 


4. 


6. 

1 


29 


d3 


a5 


5 


2 


2 


27 


33 


33 


7 

1 


7 










1 

1 




..»•«•■•. 







On the 6th of February, 1813, Jeremiah Morrow was elected Senator for 6 year 
from the 3d of March 1813. The vote stood : 
Jeremiah Morrow — 63. 
Calvin Pease — 18. 

At the October election, 1814, Thos. Worthington was elected Governor and 
resigned his seat in the Senate. The Legislature elected December 7, 1814, Joseph 
Kerr, to fill the unexpired term. The balloting resulted : 



Joseph Kerr 

Benj. Ruggles 

Jno. V\ . Campbell .. 

Wm. W. Irwin 

Jno. Bigger 

Davi<i Purviance .... 
Duncan Mc Arthur 
Robt. McConnell .... 
Ethan Allen Brown 



1. 



13 

22 

12 

11 

3 

8 

5 

2 

2 



2v 


3. 


4. 


22 

27 

14 

9 


36 

36 

8 


42 
36 






4 

4 




1 
1 














« 



Elected. 



O. Looker, Peter Hitchcock and Jno. McDoagal, 1 vote each. 



UMtTED STATES BENAT0B8. 



FebrnuT 4, 18IB, Benj. RoKgl^ *«" elected in place of Joseph Ken- (who h»d 
been elected to Worlhinjitoii'8 anexpired term), by the following vote : 





1. 


2. 


8. 




Benj. Rnagleo - 

DnncMi M^Arthnr _ 

Wm. Creighton 


2« 
26 
18 
18 
2 
2 
S 


34 
80 
11 

7 


42 
34 
5 

3 


Elected. 










8c«tteriag , _ 















On Jkuokry 80, 1B19, Wm. A. Trimble waa elected, the vote standing: 



Win. A.Trimble^.. 
Thoe. Worthinglon. 

Bobt. Lncas 

Jno. Hamm - 



On the 4th ballot the jonrnal gives no flgnrea, bat says that Trimble got a majority 
of all Toles cast and was declared elected. 

Jannary 17, 1821, Benj. Rogglee was re-elected, but no record of the vote was 
made on the joontals. 

Jannary 18, 1B22, Ethan Allen Biow:) was on the 9th ballot elected United 
States Senator to fill the vacnncy occasioned by the death of Wm. A. Trimble. The 
vote stood : 





'■ 


2. 


8. 

82 
36 

25 


4. 

36 

Bfl 
26 


88 
88 
2fi 


fi. 

39 
46 
IS 


7. 
4S 


8. 

49 

47 
3 


9. 

J51 

£0 




EthaoA. Bniwn _ 

Thoa. Worihinirton 


2«( 
82 
22 

17 
B 


80 
83 
24 
13 


Elected. 


























4 




4 































Febmary 1, 1826, Oen. Wm. H. Harrison was elscted United States Senator in the 
place of E. A. Brown, whoee term of office expired on March 3rd of that year. The 
voteitood: 



Wm. H. Harrison .... 

WyllysSilliniau- 

Thoe. Worthington .... 
Ethan Allen Brown .. 



78 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF BTATE. 



Jaauiry. 19,1827, aFter fifteen billots, and a failure to elect a United States Si>ii. 
atar— the tenn of Seuator Raftglea being about to expire— the convention of the two 
houses adjourned until the 26tb, wtieo Benjamin RuKgles, on the 9th ballot (tweatjr- 
fonr ballots in all), was elected by the following vole : 

Beaj. Buggies — M. 

WiilHam Irwin— 6, 

Wyllys Silliman— 45 

Scattering— 2. 

December 10, 1828, Oeueral Wm. H. Harrison having reaignod hia seat in the 
Sunate to accept of Minister to Oolambia, Judge Jacob Burnett of Cincinnati wHS 
elected by the following vole to fill Hiirrison's unexpired term -. 

Jacob.Ba rne tt — 60. 

Jno. W. Campbell— 60. 

Scaltericg— 2. 

December 29, 1830, Thos, Ewing was elected United Btatea Senator, as follows : 





1. 


2. 


8. 


4. 


6. 


6. 


7. 






33 
49 
21 


a, 

60 
21 


42 

49 
16 


46 
62 
9 


61 
61 
6 


M 
63 
2 


64 
61 
2 








Edward King 





January 9, 1833, Thos. Morris, of Clermont connty, was elected in place of Benj. 
Ruggles, the vote standing as follows: 

Thos. Morris- 64. 
Jno. W. Campbell— 49. 
Blank— 1. 

January 19, 1837, Wm. Allen was elected as the successor of Thos. Ewing on the 
]8th ballot, as follows: 



Wm. Allen ... I 
TboB. Ewing.. I 
Scattering.... 



December 20, 1838, Benj. Tappau was elected in place of Tboa. Mcrris. The 
vote stood : 

Benj.Tappan- 67. 
Thos. Ewing— 60, 
Blank— 1. 



UNIUED STATES SENATORS. 



79 



December 14, 1842, Wm. Allen was re-elected United States Senator. The vote 
stood: 

Wm. Allen— 63. 
Thos. Ewing— 44. 
Blank— 1. 

December 5, 1844, Thos. Corwin was elected in the place of Benj. Tappan, the 
vote standing: 

ThOB. Corwin— 60. 
David T. Disney— 46. 
Ebenezer Lane — 1. 

Febmary 2, 1849, Salmon P. Chase was elected in place of Wm. Allen. The vq^ 
stood : 



Salmon P. Chase 

J. R. Giddings 

Wm Allen 

Thos. Ewinff 

Nathaniel Hitchcock. 
Emery D. Potter.. .... 

John C. Vaughan 

David T. Disney.. 

Blanks 



1. 


2. 


8. 


4. 


14 


52 


65 


55 


9 


8 


11 


11 


27 
41 


1 

41 






39 


39 


1 
2 
















2 




1 






11 

1 


4 


1 


1 



Elected. 



January 30, 1850, Thos. Corwin resigned the office of United States Senator to 
accept that of Secretary of the Treasury. His vacancy was not filled by election, 
Thos. Ewing filling out Corwin's unexpired term by appointment by the Governor. 

January 30, 1851, after three days balloting, Benj. F. Wade was elected Senator 
on the 37th ballot, which stood as follows : 

Benj. F. Wade-44. 
Henry B. Payne — 34. 
Blanks— 7. 

March 4, 1854, George E. Pugh, of Cincinnati, was elected United States Senator 
in place of Salmon P. Chase. At this election, and all subsequent elections, the 
vote was taken in each House by calling the roll of members, who orally announced 
his choice. The vote in both Houses stood as follows : 

George E. Pugh— «0. 
Ephraim Eckley — 16. 
Salmon P. Chase— 10. 
Blanks and Scattering — 3. 

« 

Mr. Pugh was declared elected for the term of 6 years on and after the 4th of 
March, 1855. 

February 28, 1856, Benj. F. Wade was re-elected United States Senator for the 
term of 6 yean from the 4th of March, 1857. The vote stood : 



W REPOBT OW SECBETABT OF flTATB. 

D«yjd Tod --35. 

Bbukji ftod Haattmof —2. 

YthmMTj 2, IW), Haltoon P. Cbaae raoceeded George E. Pogli bj the 
TOt*: 

fklmoD P. auuw-76, 
Gecrrxe E. Pagb-53. 
TboiL Coririn— 5. 

i^firing Mr Chsae a mAJority of the whole vote. 

March H, 19^(1, JohD Hherman was elected to fill the onexpired tenn off Salmon 
V. (yftMMe, appointed Secretary of the Treaaory. The vote stood : 

JohD Hhermao— 76. 

Wm. Keoooo, Hen.— 63. • 

January 22, 1863, Beoj. F. Wade was elected Senator for the fall term. The vole 
atood aa follows : 

Benj, y. Wade— 75. Elected. 
Jewett— 36. 
Thoa. Kwinj{— 16. 

January 18, 1836, John Sherman was elected for the foil term of 6 years from 
the 4th of March, 1867, by the following vote: 

John Khenntn— 116. 
Allen a. Thurman— 62. 

January 16, 1868, Allen G. Tharman was elected United States Senator in the 
place of Becj. F. Wade, by the following vote: 

Allen G. Thurman— 93. 
Ben]. F. Wade— 82. 

January 9, 1872, John Sherman was elected Senator for the fall term of 6 yean 
as his own succossor. The vote as announced stood : 

John Sherman— 73. Elected. 
George W. Morgan— 69. 
Jacob D. Cox— 6. 
Robert 0. Schenck — 1. 
Aaron F. Perry.— 1. 

February 14, 1874, Allen G. Tharman was re-elected United States Senator by 
the following vote: 

Allen (». Thurman— 79. 
Edward F. Noyes— 68. 
Jacob I). Cox— 1. 

March 21, 1877, Stanley Mathews, of Hamilton county, was elected Senator to fill 
the vacancy caused by the appointment of John Sherman Secretary of the Treaaory* 
The vote stood : 



UNITED STATES SENATORS. 81 

In Senate— Stanley Mathews— 20. 

Blanks— 8. 
In Honse— Stanley Mathews— 62. 

Albert Gaither— 6. 

Blanks and Scattering — 86. 

January 16, 1878, George H. Pendleton was elected United States Senator (to 
sooceed Stanley Mathews) for the fall term of 6 years. The following was the vote : 

In Senate— George H. Pendleton— 24. 

Blanks— 7. 
In House— George H Pendleton— 88. 

Steven Johnson — 8. 

Blanks— 38. 
Total TOte, George H. Pendleton, 90; Steven Johnson, 3; and Blanks, 43. 

January 18, 1880, James A. Garfield was elected Senator by the following vote: 
In Senate — James A. Garfield— 20. 

Allen G. Tharman— 14. 
In House — James A. Garfield- 66. 

Allen G. Thurman— 44. 

Mr. Garfield, subsequently elected President of the United States, declined the 
office of Senator. 

January 18, 1881, John Sherman was elected in place of Garfield for the full 
term of 6 years, by the following vote : 

In Senate — John Sherman— 22. 

Allen G. Thurman— 13. 
In House — ^John Sherman — 66. 

Allen G. Thurman — 40. 
Total vote for Sherman, 85 ; Thurman, 53. 

January 15, 1884, Henry B. Payne, of Cuyahoga county, was elected as successor 
of Gtoorge H. Pendleton for the fall term of 6 years. The vote stood : 

In Senate— Henry B. Payne— 22. 

Blanks— 8. 
In House— Henry B. Payne — 66. 

Chas. Foster— 82. 

Blanks— 9. 

Which vote gave Henry B. Payne the constitutional majority, and elected him 
United States Senator for six years from March 4, 1885. 



6 8.8. 



SENATORS MD REPRESENTATIYES 

OF THE 

SIXTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OP OHIO, 1884-86; 

ALSO, 

APPORTIONMENT FOR MEMBERS OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 

OHIO, 1881-1891. 



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APPORTIONMENT FOR MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEM- 
BLY OF OHIO 1881-1891. 



SESATE. 
Population op Statk, !i,l98,189; Fcli. Ratio, 91,376; Thrbb rocBTRS Ratio, 68,582. 



I 



1 

2 
8 



6 



8 



10 



11 



12 



IB 



Counties. 



Hamilton ^. 



Rntler 

Warren ^ 



Montgomery 
Preble 



Clermont 
Brown .... 



Greene 

Clinton 

jf ttjT vl vO ......•••..1 

Highland - 

Robs 



Adams .... 

Pike 

Scioto 

Jackson .. 



••••••••• 



Lawrence 

Gallia 

Meigs 

Vinton .... 



Athens 

Kb (IvJKirig. .....•« • ...a 

Fairfield 



Franklin . 
Pickaway 



Clarke 

Champaign 
Madison .... 



Miami 

Darke ..^ 



LoaaA . 
Uiuon*. 

ite. 



••.•.••■••.•a. 



a 
o 







di3;368 



42,580 
28.392 



78,545 
24,534 



86,713 
32,911 



31,349 
24.767 
20,364 



30,280 
40,307 



24,004 
17,927 
33,511 
23,679 



39,068 
28.124 
32,325 
17,226 



28,413 
21,126 
34,283 



86,816 
27,413 



41,948 
27,817 
20,129 



36,178 
40,498 
24,136 



26,268 
22,375 
20,564 
27,028 



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313,368 
70,972 

103,079 
69,624 

76,470 
70,587 



99,121 



116,743 



83,822 



114,229 



89,894 



100,812 



96,235 



39,240 



11,703 



7,745 



25,367 



22,853 



9,436 



4,859 






196,200* 






58,515 



38,725 



126,835 



114,265 



47,180 



24,295 



Terms. 



1st 



2d 



3d 



4th 5th 



1 



1 



1 



1 



1 



1 



2 



1 
2 



3 



17 



6 



6 



tallmtSo& 



BSPOBT OP BECBBTARY Of STATE. 
A PFOKTIOXXBNT — SlH ATB — CoD t] DQed . 



Waahington. 

MoreM - 

Nobfo (partl.Klk, 
Jefierson, Brook- 
field , Center, Jitck 
son. Noble, Olive, 
Sharon 

MDBkingntD _ 

Perry _ 

Total I6th diat. 

Delavare 

LidcinK _ 

ToUl I«th diet 

Morrow 

Total 17tb diet 
Wayne 

ToUl aSth dist 

Coabocton 

Tnscarawiie 

Total IBth dist. 

GueroBey _ 

Monroe 

Noblt<p«rt)^tock, 
EDo<rh, MurioD, 
Besrer, Buffalo, 
(jeoecB, Wayne .. 

Total I9lh dirt. 

Belmont - 

Barrison 

Owrdl 

Stark 

Jefferson 

Col am biaaa ~ 



40,451 
67,831 



■2;s 



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APPOETIONUENT — a BH ATE. 

A ppoBTiO)tMBin^-6EM ATB— Condnded , 



AshUbnla.... 
Lake 

Tout Z4th dist. 



Total S6tb diat. 
Cuyahoga .. . 



Total 27[h diet 



Total 39th diat. 



Erie 

Sand oaky ^ 
Ottawa 



Seneca 

Crawford.... 
Wyandot.... 

Allen 

Dedance .... 

Paulding.... 
Van Wert., 
Wniiame .... 



Fnlton 

Hancock .. 
Henry 



87.138 
16,326 
U,255 



36,956 
80,683 
22,401 



26,443 
22,6ie 
21,808 
13,490 



47,633 

14,191 



Igt 2d 3d Itb 5th 



1,086 2 3 2 2 2 



92 REPORT or 8ECEETABY OF STATE. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
PoPCWTiOK ol- ^AtM, 3,!98,189: Ratio, 31,981; OKB-HAir Ratio, 18,990; 
TBMtroi'KTiu Ratio, KfiSti; Two roLL Ratio*, 68,968. 


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1 

II 

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4th 


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24.004 

93:883 
87,139 

a«,4ia 

85,443 
49,838 
38,911 
48.680 
16.416 
27,817 
41.948 
86,713 

84.re7 

48^603 
M,W 
80,683 
196,943 
40,498 
86,008 
87,380 
38,641 
84,883 
20364 
88,816 
81,068 
88,184 
30,661 
81,849 
87,197 
818,868 
87,788 
27,088 
80,466 
80,687 
80,880 
81,186 
20,776 
81,609 
89.679 








10 


1 
10 


10 






80 

IB 
4S 


Allen 














6,158 


25,790 










"irfsV 

930 
10,699 


'88^285 
4,650 
52,99^ 


2 


bss©^";"'.; :::::; 




1 


CtoroU- 






9.967 
4,738 


49,835 
83,660 


1 




oK^ .:;:;:;:■■;;:.:;:::: 




16,682 


88,110 


8 














6,667' 
8,617 
4,027 


26.286 
42.686 
20,136 




t^'ST.::::z:::z::: 

DeflMce 88,5181 

Poalding -18,490/ 


1 






660 
2,308 


8.300 
I1.GI0 





Fairflsld. 


r>7eU« 

KrmkliB. 




88,864< 


114,870 


8 




OiUU 

&.v;:r:ISgS} 




























BunlltoB 


36,689' 


127,096 


a 


















g&d::::::::::::::;::: 




















Holiiii 








Sarr::::::::::- 














Jdfcnon. 
















1 motion orer i\x full r*l1oa. 1 
■ FnoUOD orer tiro Full nllia H 
• Fraction oter uiue lull nli«. H 



afpobtiohhent — house ov represent ativeb. 
AppoKnoMMKtT— HoDsa of BBranaNTATiVEM— Coouladed. 



Eooz 

Lawrence .... 
LickltiK 

Lomhi '.'."'.."■ 

Latvu 

Httdison....'... 
HtthoDing ..., 

HarioD 

Medina 

M^V.V.V.V.' 

HMmi 

Monroe 

Montgonier;, 
Morgan 

HD»klD«im , 

Noble 

OtUwa- 

Ferry 

Pickaway ..., 

Pike 

Portase 

Preble 

Pntnam 

Richland 

Bom 

Saodoakv .... 

Sdoto.... 

Seneca 

Sbelbr 

Htark 

Sommlt 

Trambnll 

Tnecarawsa.. 

tTdion 

Van Wert... 

Vlnbm 

Warren 

Waablngton . 

Wayne 

WilliamB 

Wood 

Wyandot 



21.808 

m.ne 
2fi,^fl7 

78,645 
ai',0T4 
19,073 
49.780 
W.137 
19,7113 
1t8,-2l« 
S7,4i3 
17,927 
ii7,S00 
21,IS34 
23,718 
36,iJ06 
40,307 
82,063 



3«.9Sfi 
24.I3I> 
fi4,027 
43,788 
44,882 
40,198 
22.375 
23,030 
17.226 
26.392 
43,244 
40,07fi 



4,197 
!4,B«i- 



11,807 
IS,901 
8,217 



8,094 
"'2,046 



64,430 



1,720 

'ao,»» 
"nm 



8S,99S 



69,036 
64,606 
41,066 



In 2d Ad 4<li 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS 



AND 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



'BKPOBT OF eECRETAKY OF STATE. 



COONTY OFFICERS. 
FBOBATE JUDGES AVD CLEBKS OF 00DBT8. 



CoimtlM. 


Conwy SMts. 


Probate Jndge*. 


Clerka of Courla. 




WMtUoioQ. 








Homnet S. Voder- 

J«mee Albefaon 

Edwanl C. Wnde 

Wm. J'. Wilson 




AAlMd 


j'SISi-.:::- 


L-k>yd MHCsfield. 






.Silas E. Hed«ee. 




WnjMikODeiii- 

«. Cl»itt.vUle 

GaonFeinwn- 














BMlir ZV.V. V.V. ' .■ V 


W H. Harr 






Carrolituia. 

Urt^m. 

Kprinifleld 




H. B Gr^ni. 


ohSnMtai;-'.::*.::::: 


















Wllmtnnon _ 

Sew Lisbon - 














Holder Bix'kmtin 

Frederick Hinn 

Daniel R TiMen_ 

Samcel h. Kolp 

J. H Bevington 

Rntna Carpenter 

A. F~ Merrill 




On«(ord _. 


Bncynw 

Clevt-lawl 




Cwhe«» ..." 


Henry W.Kit.;hen. 


M«aw ""!""."". 


K*.T„"7-:- 








I?*id--v.;.;.- 


BMOdnaky Ciij.... 

LinB-Wer 

WiiahlnronCH. 


SiUdE. B-iKler. 




Thoa. N. Cmi^. 

ChflHeaG.SafflD 






John J. Joyce. 




Waoeetm „ 




John J. TliomiB 

Henry K. Smith --... 
John H. Cooper _ 


H- R Bradbury. 




Chardou ...~ 

Xenift _ 


Or^ewR 










FlDd ay „... 


Herman P. Go^bel 

Geoige W. Meyere-..- 

JaH.E. Lowry 

Amon Lemnion 

David M«.ki*,o _ 

Robert M. Diiiey 




Sn,!;*..:™™:: 


Presley E. Hay. ■ 
















UiIlab.)rout!b 




Hocking _ 


Arthnr McCartney. 




RW.TiiiineyliiU 

Henry I.. KennaD 
















Ht. Vernon 


Wm. V. B. Croskey ... 








tike 


Geo. H. Shepherd 

Geo. W. Thompson ... 












Newark _ 






ThoDiBS Miiteoberger 






SS,v=::::: 


Henry J. Lewia. 

HariV N.'^liU'r. 
Lloyd FordfnB. 




Joseph W. Cnrnming. 
Oliver P. Crabb 


i£S*ii".;;:::::::: 








MiSon -...:;":!:":: 


John H. Crianell 

JohnT. Gravea 




Medina _ 




S&::::::::::;::::: 




Celin* 


H. H. Pubikamp 


Edward Landfwr. 



COnUTY 0FFICEB8. 97 

Pbobxtb Jddoes akd Clerks of CoQine — Concloded, 



Camiliea. 


County 6eata. 


Probate Jndgea. 


Clerks of Conrts. 






Wm.X Clyde 

Albert J. Pearson 

Wm. D. McKeney .... 

Newell Corner 

Louie K. Powell _ 

George L. Foley - 








Aaher Obey. 


Moatgomery - 

Morrow- ~ 




McConneisviiie .. 

Mt. GilBHd 


Wm. A. Brown. 
Samuel P. Gage. 
Howard Aston. 
L. H. Barry. 




Zaneaville 


Ottawa ~ 


Port Clinton- 








T.J. Champion. 
Jno. A. McGonagle. 




New Lexington... 




Pickaway - ^ 


Albert H.Rooee 

Branson Hollton 




Geo. W. Eager. 


Portage 


Ravenna Z.'. 




Robert W-Qninn 








R. J. Spelman. 
Sam. F. Oltinger. 
Samuel J. Briggs. 


Richland 


Mansfield - 

Chillicothu 


Andrew J. Mack 

J. L. Throckmorton ... 






Portamonth - 










Job. V. Magers. 
Frank Hanler. 


Shelby- -...- 

8l«rk ... 


Sidney 


Ditrid Bowersock 

Seraphim Meyer 




John McGregor. 










Darid R. Gilbert. 


A. B. Camp. 
John Figert, 
John Q. Burgner. 




New Phil-idelphiu 










AraoH T. Dailey .. . 




McArtlmr 










Harry Wilson. 






















Wm. W. Darby. 




Bowling Green ... 

Upper Sandusky. 


Frank M. Yonng. 


Wyandot 










SHERIFFS AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, 



West Union - 

Aehland.. 

Jefferson ...~... 

Athens 

Wapakoneta. 
St ClairSTille 
Geotvetown - 

Hamilton 

Carroltton-... 
Urbana _ 



Prosecuting Attorneys. 



J. Mat. Long.. 

Wm. H. Barter 

Randolph F. Andreas.. 

B W. Baldwin-.. 

John Boden 

Thomas B. Baker 

L.C. Sedwick 

A. J. Thomp)son 

Geo. W. SLQair 

John Skeelea 

R. P; Wilkins 



Philip Handrehan. 
James B. Towneend. 
E. N. Hawnot. 
J»8. P. Cadwell. 
David L. Sleeper. 

C. A. Layton. 
N, K. Kennon. 

D. V. Pearson. 
W. C. Shepherd. 
Irvin H. Ely the. 
Eyan P. Mlddteton. 



REPORT OF SECBETIHT OF STATK. 



SHiwpn ASB PaOBiCDTixtt Attobhkts — ConUnned. 



CouhUm. 


Comity SeatB. 


Sberiffa, 


Proaecnting Aitomeya 




ES!'!:::;::.: 














New L4alMii. 










Roberl W Tsylor. 




A.J. MUler 










UleveUnd. 


C. C. De*8loe 

Tbofc A. Utjklider.... 
Henry Woniiery ..,- 
Jame« E. Wtiite - .... 
ThoDiae E. Huifbeft... 




^£T.:.:z:::" 














Jas. T. Sboup, Jr. 




SanduBky City„... 

LancuIeT 

WeHhington C. U 




H. A. Uauaheity, Jr. 


Fayette 




Lonia Heiomiller .... 


R. it. McniK..mery. 




Wunseon 

Gallipolii 


SlZZ.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 


Wm. 1 . Small 


Wm. H. U Eiker. 




Chnrdon 










Jnmee A. Johnnon.^.. 

H. F. McDonald 

Samuel Ber^ford 

Lemuel M<^M>iiinuB ... 


Joeeiib A. Dean. 


G^^meiJ^Z''.Z 








Wm. 11, i'ugL. 
Henry Brown. 
C. M. MtUiurn - 




SSJ :::::;.:::::: 






Cadis _ 










Freilerick Aller 

I. IL McCiiiuanKhey. 
Tboa.F. Mt-Cartliy,... 
Barney CbrisU.pher... 




Hocking 

aSmw 




J. B. Woriey. 


Millerebu™ 

Norwalk- 

Jacknon _ 

Stt-ubenville 






L. C. Laylin. 
E C. Powell. 
Heury Gregg. 


Jactaon. - 

JeffiHBon - 


Jamea M. I.ivdv- 

B.M. Sb>Tp- 






John Austin- 

Th(«.H.B. Jones 


















BellefontHiae 






tS^""'.""""Z. 




Win. ti. Sharp. 




Toledo 


Jobn a Hnrbei^k, Jr... 

John P. JobtiatuD 

Eli a Walker 

Frank U, ft*.kUy 




D. C. 0,.dger. 
Uisuey Kuitgera, 








Medina- 

Pomeroy 


Jo«epli Andrew. 
Jobn U. Lotbary. 
B. il. Cleuilt-ning. 








T. I'. T..uVdle„ 

JobnM CampbeH..,. 
ClinsiMn LiidH 










John R Uri^gs. 
Jobn .M.'^Firigg. 


JSST!^.;::::: 


HcConn«lsviIle ... 


Wm.T«;lor„ 


BrB.lt..nl l>«WBon 

K.J.Hai.fB 

I. B. M<K«-- 

Contail H^rnharii 

David W. I'H.r_ 

P. M. Priinner.. 








Benj. F. J'.iwor. 
L'apvil L. Wuma 
A. Kraemi>r. 


Noble !^. 


Caldwell. 

Port Clinton 


PuDlding 

Pf(^mr 


Now Lexington ... 


Jaa. E. Johnston. 








John A. Eyiar. 






H.T. Sheldon _ 

Daniel Peters 

Frank Itolbman 


Preble 


















llOM _ 


Cbillicothe 


B. W.eiaik 


R. a Freeman. 



CODNTY OFFICERS. 

SHKRiFn AKD PBOBBccmta AnoHincTa— Conclnded. 



ProaecntiuK AttoToeje . 



I 



SutduBky 

Scioto 

flaaeca 

Bhfflbr 

Stark..„ 

Satnntit 

TrDmbull 

TnBcarawaB.. 

Warren 

Waahington . 
Wayne 

WilllAIDB 

Wood , 

Wyandot 



Fremont 

Portsmouth 

Tiffin... 

Sidney 

Canton 

Warren - 

New Pfailadelpfaii 

Maryeville- 

Van Wert, 

McArthnr- 

Letinnon 

Miirietia 

Wooater - 

BoaHd^ Green .. 
Upper Sandnsky. 



Cbas. P. PoliliuaD, Ji 

A.J.Finney 

Thoini.H F. WliBl-n . 
Thoman M. Husst-y . 

JUUIO" Irf-lf 

Wm. ». Gamble _,... 

John/S. Hoyt 

G. W. Goudy 

H. Hopktiu -.... 

CfaniloH Gordon 

Jolin Sliinley 

Win. H. McCain-.... 

J. S. RoHO -.... 

Jatob Mon^T 

George McGr'ew 

Georj{e M. Brown.... 
Charles F.Schuler... 



George Kinney. 
T. K. Punk. 
P. M. AdaniB. 
Jnlin C. Welly. 
H. W. Barter. 
Chnti. Baird. 
T. H. Gillmer. 
J. F. Wilkin. 
J. M. Brodrick. 

A. L. Sweet. 
Wm. H. Hudeon. 
John K, O'Neall. 
L. W. Ellenwood. 
John McSweeney, Jr. 

B. A.Kfwit. 
R. S. Parker. 
Jb8. T. Close. 



AUDITORS AKD TREASURERS. 



I 



Oonntiea. 


County Senta. 


Anditora. 


Treaeniers. 




W«6t Union 


















JoaepL Stoter. 




Jeffereoa 






A.J. Frame _ 

Wm. F. Torrence 

Rodnev Roaa Barrett. 

W.J.JaeobB „ 

Joseph B. Hughes 

L. M. Barrick 

J. M. Fitagalrick 






Wapakoneta- 

Bt. Clairsvilie 






E. L. Feeley. 
B. F. Dyer. 














Urbana - 










BaUvlft _ 

Wilmington 

NewLiAon- 


Geo. W. Tempie .... 

AsaJenkine » 

Ch«8. U. Bttker. 

J. W. Caiwingham 
















ot^^tz:::.'"'. 


Bocyrue , 




















Defiance 


Wyatt J Hi!i. .. 






Chae. W. Webster 






Sandusky City 






Benjamin F. Dnm _... 
J. P. RobioBon-.. 




VkyettA 

FiMikliD- 


Washington C. H 
Waueeon 


J. N. Rowe. 




A. W. McCoonell 






Robl. Harper. 
F. E, McGervey. 
John E. 6ftnk«y. 


G~«ig» 






Xenia _ 

Cambridge 






JofanO. Beckett 



^ 





100 


BBPOHT or SECRETARY OF STATE 


^ 


Conntiee. 


Coantjr Seala. 


Anditora. 


Treaeurers. 






Joeeph W. Brewster... 


F. Ratlerman. 
Wm.J.Creightoii. 
John M. Carr. 
A, J. Hanison. 
A. Piiliod. 
H. C. GlHBcock. 
John Noientone. 
Beni. Beeglc. 
0. aOrlffiji. 
George J. Reinigpr. 
John Bray. 
Wm B, Dunbar. 
Edward E. Gould. 
Jutin Hnves. 
Job. B. Winegamer. 
Frank K Case. 
E.E. Williams. 

F. R. Warren. 
Abram 'Dinner. 
Geo.W.C«Lfield. 
Thomas Dickson. 

G. H. Djmon. 
Geo. P. Stout. 
Sam'l A. Mickeraon. 
Samuel N.Todd. 
John Riieesegger. 
Louia H. Poock. 
Albert P. Whitakw. 
David C. Werry. 
Daniel O. WUley. 
A. C. Cooper. 
Pbi!i[i Smith. 

A. J. Ntenger. 
John Monaban. 
James M. Lane. 
Samuel V. McAllister. 
W. A Jenkins. 
J. H. MtiBselman. 
L. L. Parker. 
John J. Douglas. 
Rufus Hosier. 
W. K. Lang. ^^ 
Charles Kinney. ^^^^H 
John Heahler. ^^^H 
Peter Goffena. ^^^H 
John R. Dangler. /^^^^M 
A. M. Cole. ^^^H 
Hart. ^^^H 
John L. Kenned*)^^^^^! 
Wm. H. Crary. ^^^^H 
Wm. H. Corbet. ^^^M 
Joseph P. Caniy. ■ 
Leauder 1^. Dunham. 1 
Walter Thomas. ■ 
Harvey McClamn. H 
S. K. Swisher. ■ 
Lather Black. ■ 
A. H. Flickioger. ■ 


Hancock 




KeatoD - 

Cadii 

Napoleon _ 

Hillsborongh ,... 


Geo. W. BnUedge 






Chaa. Evers 

G. W. Lelever^ 

Wm. M. Bowen 








Nomalk 




Henry W.Owen_ 






SteubenvJlle- 

Mt Vernon 

PaineBville 






Curtis W, McKee 

W.C.TiBdel „ 










J. F. LinKafelter 

F. R. Mclaughlin 

OrviUeBoot - 

GhM. A. Vortude 

Samuel M. Prnsb 




Bellefontaine 

Elyria _ , 


Lorain- 








YoungatowD 




Benjamin F. Waplea. 
Clarence J. Cbaae 




Medina 

Pomeroy 




Mercer 

Miami- 

Monroe _ 


T.G.TouVelle, 

Horatio Pearson - 

S. A. AlkinBOD 


Troy 




McConnelflvilie... 
MLGilead 


Jesse T.Elliotl„ 
















Port Clinton 






RDTetoier".;:::;;:' 




New Lexington... 
CircleTille„ 








Pike 


Joseph Armstrong-... 

LeGrand A. Olin 

Hiram L. Bobbins 








Eaton _ 


FatnHin _ 




J. U. Nunmaker- 








Fremont 

Portsmonlh „ 

Tiffin _ 






George L. Dodge 

F.E.8toner ...:..- 










Patrick 8. Manley 

A. Wagoner _ 






Trnmball 


Warren _ 

NewFbiladelphia 
Marysville 


Frederick Waller 

George M. McPeck_... 
Wm.W. Terry 












Lebanon 




WashiDgton 






T. E. Peckinpangh-... 
George F. Solier 


Wifliamfl- 


Bryan _ 

Bowling Green... 
Upper Sandusky.. 










^ 


^ 




^^ 





COUNTY 0FFICBR8. 

RECORDERS AKD SURVEYORS. 


101 


Ooantiee. 


CouDt7 Seata. 


Recorders. 


Barveyore. 




West Union- 


Chas. T. Downing 

Wm. Timberlake 

John P. M. Goodman 


Crayton Reynolds. 


ui^!::::::::::::::::: 


ahlaod 






Jeffewon 


Wiirner W. Hopkins. 


LafavetIB Hawk 

Henry C. SfttURe 




Wapakonela- 

8t. CUirBville 

tetr.::::;:: 




^Ct ":;:::;:::: 




mwa - 

tttlW - 




George I. UcKibben. 






Milton McQuilkin 

M.J.Jordan 

Samuel R. Todd 

George Kell _ 

Abram Moore.. 

Jamea Alchiaon - .... 

Wm.F. Crowe 

Daniel 0. Castle 

Richard Hunt _ 

J. C. Woods 

D. C. Dnnham 








lienj. Thompson. 
Wm. Sharon 




SK°* " " 


BaWlfla 

Wilmington „ 

BewLiBboD 


Geo, U. Hill. 


OdumbTiHUi 

Coahocton - 

Jwwfcmi ..._ - 


Inaac P. Farmer. 


BucjTua _ 


Harvev L. Weber. 
J D Varney 


SkeT;;:.::::::: 










T. a Wight. 

L. B. Deniwn 






Erie -... 

•Meld - 

Ksr".::::::::.- 

Gtallu 


SsDdUBky Citr-'- 


Chas. S. Furgoaon. 


Chu. W. Parido- 

J. R. Sutherland 

F. M.Senter 

A. a Bloomer- 

J. F. Chapman 

Chtts. A. MillB 

8. N. Adams 

Rodolph ThomBH .... 
GeorKe Robenstein.. . 

John B, Foltx 

Wm. W. Stevenson .. 

L. B. Grimes 

T. W. Dnrbin 

Hugh a Vance 

Jacob Weaver- 

Theodore H. Thome. 

R. A. Bloomer 

E.B. Thorn peon 

Jacob Hull 

G, W.Sandford 


WaabingtonC.H. 


T. K. Perdue. 












E. L. F. Phelps. 
L. Riddle. 


Xenia 




cLacSi.::::::" 






Findlay „ 


U. K. Striogfellow. 




Cadii - 

Napoleon -... 










Z. A. Kag. 
Jas W. Davis. 








Sf==: 






Jackson „„. 

Stenhenville 

Ml. Vernon 




^i. .....:.... 


Htinrv Lewis. 
John McGrory. 




Ironton _ 


Wm. F.McKnight..,, 
Jno. R. McCnIlocfa .... 




fcklDg 

tSSta - 




Bellefontaine 


8 H. Buchansn. 




C. J. Kirchner- 

Samuel P. Trumper.. 
Abram S.McCorley.. 

aH.Rupp 

L. A. Lewu 










Kabomns- - 


Yoangstown- .... 


J, W. Canfieid. 


HediM 


Medina _ 


A.D.Sheldon. 


K^'::::::::::v: 
JESi;-=::::: 




S. S.6cranton 

I A. Undia _ 

E. J. Graham 

Thomas M. Miskelly 


Marcus Schuyler. 




Wo'odBfleld 


Arthur Okey. 






UcOonneiiiViiie.. 


Price Moody. 







ETABT or STATS. 



RnoBsaM avp Bvwrwrowm Oondaded. 



MniiUiiiRim .. 

IToUe „ . 

OtUwa 

pAuldliiK 

Pftrry 

Picks WB J 

Pik« ........ 

Pmlaxe 

PrcbU 

Pnuuiu 

BicbUni) 

Row 

Saoduaky 

Bckfto 

RetiecR 

Shelby 

»urk 

Bammtt 

Trumlml) 

TonRarnwaii.... 

Union 

V«n Wert-... 

Vlnlon 

Warren 

WMbini^ton -. 

Wayne 

Wlflianm „ 

Wood 

Wyandot 



Mt GilMd 

Z«n«a*ille 

CUair«U 

Port aintoo- 

PaaldiBjf 

Nrw LexinKton.. 

rirderiil*— 

Wn»*rty 

Ravt^ma 

Eatnn ~ 

Oiuws 

MinsfiHd - 

Chillicithe 

Fremont 

Ponamontb 

Tiffin - 

Canton 

Akron 

Warrfln 

New Pbiladelphii 

MuryBville 

V«n Weri-,...... 

Mr Arthur. 

Lebanon 

Marietta 

Wooeter _ 

Bryan _ 

BowliD(( Green.. 
(JppeT HandnHky. 



',C. LTan Brimmer 

David SmmcT- 

E. W. Wickham 

F. W. damper 

F.H. Baabore. 

Chaa. H. Tinker _ 

Jbo. McOadj- 

Jno. L.8tir 

Philo ffierc« - 

J. W. Ammerman 

Lesx>j M. l<adwif 

Wm. F. Voegele- 

Daniel Wilhetm - 

Jno. R.Conkiin 

Wealer Reddiab ^ 

Jno. H. Bennefaoff-.. 

H. Gartler 

Jno. W. Bamaby 

H. C. Searlea 

H. J. Barnes 

John G. Neumann^.. 

Geotve Jordan 

W. P. Wolcott- 

CvruaO. Moore 

Chaa. U. Enlasa 

Joe. P. Ward 

Henry Morebajl „ 

Tbomaa J. Coshet 

Tbeodore Alexander. 
S. Inman 



B. J. Aahlev. 
L. W. Doane. 
L D. Merry. 
Smith MotJer. 
TboB. H. B.'I 
John D. Minangti. 
Wm C. Row. 

H. W. Ovenuan. 

C. B. Wsdairorth. 
R E. Lowrey. 

E. W. Dimoi'k. 
O. T. Stewart. 
Wm. P DeLonft. 
Louis A. Dickaon. 
R B.Bhumway. 
Saninel Ni^hHWonder. 
Philip Rait&rman. 
Wm. H. Martin. 
Charles E. Perkina. 

E. E. BlanchHrd. 
O. H. Hoover. 
Charles S. Lm. 
W. B. Jones. 
Richard Craig. 

F. A. Bone. 

A. A. Bo11iat«r. 
J, 0. Brinkerhoff. 
F. M. Priest. 
Ferdinand Wena. 
Wm. C. Gear. 



Oonntiea. 


Oonnty Seats. 


Coronera. 


Jl 












Lima 

Aahtand 




18H 




Daniel Ambrose _ 

D G Palmer 






T8H 








B8> 




WaptikoneU - 














Georgetown - .... 

Hamilton _ 




mt 


BuUer 


Wm. Spencer _ 

Jaa. SUckhonae - 

John A. DoweU 

J. L. Oolman 


~88B 




8BB 




Urbana - 

Springfield 


m 


ciaX^T..::::::::::::::: 


Btt 



COUNTY OFFICBRB. 

Cocossna — Cootin aed . 



ConDliee. 


County 8eaU. 


Coronera. 














WilminR.on 


c;"E;fr".::::::::::::;;:::::; 




(domUana 




Coshovion ~ 

Bu<7ruB - 

Grpenri'le 


















David C. Oliver _ 












.0 Winlennate _ 




&d:;::::::;:;;::::::. 






UnuHBier _ 

Wafthington C. H 

Columboa 


Wm. L Jefferiea 










Patrielc A. Egan „ 

G, W. Haniaan - 




fWton- 
















S^:":";"::::;::: 


Xenia ~ 

Camhridge 


C.M.GB!loway 














\^^^^ 


Findlay - 

Kemon ~ 






mX .... .. . 


Wiu. H. WBrd 

John 8. McBean- 




SSriin- 




















•Lojtan 














Norwalk 

Jackaon - 


D. H. Ynung, Jr _ 

B. F.Smith 




mdaon - 

BfltaKm - 


18B4 








Uke. 














' Uciing 








A. L. WiiRht 
























Uaioa " 








Mario^ 

Medina 












^.:;::::::::::::;:::; 




















S>i'.zzz'~z~'.:'. 








^^^.zzzz:. 


Dayton 






Andrew Airick 










SJgSl^.::::::::.::::: 




G.W.Griffee _ 










Port Clinton - 


Geo. Woodward- 






AlvinP. Dix 










lSiw»y 




Palmer I^we 


















Swf:."'::::::::::::::::: 


Eaton - 


K.D. Hoggins. 


imi 



REPORT OK SECRETARY OF STATE. 

GoBONiBB— Goncladed . 



Counties. 


County SeaU. 


Coroners. 




Putaam 


O'tnwa 


Henry J. Bader 

W. S. Mecklem 






Mansfteld - 




Hobs 


1884 


SanduBky 








Portsmouth _ 












SLelSy _ 


Sidney 










Summit 


Akron - 


B.aBra«hear 


1884 




New Philadelphia 








W. H.Mowry - 












McArthnr „ 














MarietU 


J, B. Mfilor 


1884 




Joseph W. KiDg„ 

L^Kr--;::::::::::::::;:::::::: 


1881 










im 




Upper Sandusky 











COMMISSIONERS. 



Counties. 


Elected-^IBM, 


Elected-lSeS. 


Elected— 1884. 




\Vm. McGomey 








Alexander Shenk 


Joseph A. States. 




N.J. Crwwn- 






EJvrard G. Hurlbert. 






Willis G. Hiekmau.,. 




George Van Oaa 

Owpu Meekhan- 

a W. Pickerill 

ThM.8lade„ 

Wm. Davis 

Georite W. Eloberta... 
D. W. Rawlings. 


.Tohn Reichelderfer. 
Wm. J. Berry. 








John A. Jenoin(?B 

Eli Long 

Zephaniah Keyea 

Alei. T. MciVih 

Jonathans. Kitchen. 
Jonathnn R. fibaw ... 

Jonas WRtkiuH 

HughM<;Fai; 

Samuel Neldon - 

Peler Saner 

Geo.A.Schlatterbeck 

John H. Corwin 

MaitinStruble 

Geo. W. Junes 


Butler 


A. U. McKeon. 
John D. George. 
L. H. Ronyan 
■\Vm. H. Sieriett. 


CbMupaign 












L. F. MuKeuiie- 


George D. Flugwi. ■ 




Charles Keplinger . . 

r»trickSmiih_ 

Simnel WiUon _ 

Levi Colby 

J.C. Byant- 


Jacob Burkley. ■ 
BPDJ, Phinnev. ■ 








Micheal Gorman. ■ 
J. W. NewelL M 


Delaware _... 



p 


■ COUNTY 0FPICEB3. 


105 


1 Counties. 


E'ected-ieea. 


Elecled-1883. 


Elected-18U. 


l^e 


James D >ugl>SB. 


Victor C.Tomer 


E. 8. Miller. 
Robert 8. Eyer. 
Richard C. Dawson. 
James C. Vaughan. 
Wm. H, Clark. 
Wm, C. Button. 
M. A. Walton. 

A. W. Nicholson. 
John Zumstein. 
Andrew 8. Beck. 
Philip 8chindewolf. 
Kobtrt B Moore. 
Henry Itohrs. 
Isaac I.arkin. 
John T. Nutter. 
Jo^^tph Sharp, 
Alex. Lewis. 
David D. Edwards. 
Amos Parsons. 
Thomas J. Wolfe. 
Stephen B. Baker. 

E. T.Edwards. 
John Tucker. 
John Harrud. 
Edward P. Burrel). 
JamwCoyle. 
Charles Amond. 
Louis Glnck. 
Samael 8. Dodda. 
John Pearson. 
John Holliday, 

Peter Hubert. i 
Mordecai Clark. 
N. D. Gardner. 
Abraham Troxell. 
L. J. Co bum. 

F. A. Walch. 
Edward Bethel. 
John R Gorky. 
Hiram Riioaiim. 
John V. Sharp, 
Z. 8. Poul8oi>. 
William-.U.Mowery. 
John Mot*. 

W. Hnlcomh. 

J. C. Riner. 

John H. George. j 

John F. Murphey. 

Taylor Bog^s. 

Peter Darr. < 

OhHrlea A. Goddard. , 

T. H. Bagby. 

JobnE-^nsh. 

J. Schmachltnlierger. 

David C. Miller. i 

H. H. Pieree. 

B. T. Benner. 






R. 8. (Motherland 

William Wall 


W.J. Homey 

Joseph M. Briggs 

C. h7 V»n Ostrand... 

Joseph Howard- 

Levi K. LopT 

H. W.Conklln 

J. B. Hartley 

George WabiniE 

J.M Morthead- 

Wm.M. Neville 

M, B Fierb-ugh 

Wm. H, Booker- 

C. P. Sanders 

Henry Trimmer 

Jacob Sclimidt 

John T. Townaend ... 

Stephen M.Tripp 

William White 

Jacob Boss 

Joseph Jerome 

Anderson Miller 








JohnMalaby 

William W. Wilber .. 
Ailred Johnson- 












Huoock ~... 


Charles 8. Kelly 

Charles W Ruroser- 




^Xidi:::;::::: 
£S.:=;: 


JamesConnoUy- 




H. H. Robinson- 

George Simmons 

John WiUiamB 

James Ball - 

James H. McFarland 

S. C. Carpenter 

W.W. Wiseman 




















Jas. M. Putnam- 


^^ 


W. M. CrandalL 


John Ryan 

D. D.Sanford 

Andrew D.:McClurg- 
WilBon Irabody 




Charles H. Beall 


Marion -f. 

Medina - 


Samuel Mahaffey -... 
Geo. M. Ganyard .... 
J.H.Henderson 


Steven D.Webb 

JobnH. Siebeit 

J, C. Heoderaon 






William Johnson 

Jonathan Lienellen _ 


Monroe 

ontgomery ...- 


John Monger 

William R. Jones 

Jacob B. Miller- 

Wm.T.-Maher 

Jolius R- Grones 






James Atkinson 

James 8. Copeland... 
William W. Collins . 


Htwkingnm 




iolding - 


Martin N. Utley .... 


Frank M. Wade 

L. H. Kennedy- 

Geo. Beita 






nfcr'*^'.":;:;: 


Leander Lydick 


John L. Thompson... 
Harvey Paddock 


Samuel Coo vert 

Fred. TJnterbriak 


Boa 


Christian Baer 

C. H. Rentinger- 




Bryan O'Connor 

L.W. Elliott 

D.P. Lynch 


J^ozrj;::"::: 


Charles Winter- 

Edward ChiWs... 
Christian Eiogseed - 


John M. Shelter 






Joel BiishneU- 









106 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



C0MMI8B10NKR8 — CoDcladed. 



Counties. 


Elected— 1882. 


Elected— 1883. 


Elected-1884. 


Union - 


Luther Limrett 


Nathan Howard 

David J. Davis 


Uriah Cahill. 


Van Wert 


R. R. McDermut 

Henry Dudles >n 

E. K. Snoak 


H. L. Allen. 


Vinton 

Warren 


C(»lumbu8 Johnson.;. 

Perry Lukens. 

J. M. Pearson.! 

IsHiah BvhII 


I^aac V. Brewer. 
Wm. J. Collett. 


Washington...... 

Wavne 


B. J. Williamson 

John McGlehen 

Joseph Gruk 

Samuel R. Jenkins... 
A. H. Vanoisdall 


J. M. Mnrdcck. 
Wesley Span^rler. 
John Brannan. 


Williams 


Alfred Riley 


Wood 


Wm. Danipace 

Geo. Haroer 


Solomon Fries. 


Wvandot 


J. H. Bamthotise 









J08TICE8 OF THE PEACE. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



1 IfunMorJaiUau. 


TQWIMblpt. 


PoM-o«ae*ddreBii. 


^J- 


radon 


L^"^"^"- 






April 

J«D. 

April 

Oct. 
April 

Deo. 








IfifBI 


Bradfillle _.. 


^tel&i-:.::=::;;:: 














Chenr Pork ^ _.. 




HUD Ptnnmuc — 




»B 






if 5 










ISI^'iE:?:::::; 
























a^^rity^i'.f"' :::;::::;::::::: 




M5snaF== 


Monroe, 


















SJSin™^5u::".";.v.:;:::;.:.::::::: 


iSril 
Oct. 

April 












gs-'^tr"'-- 




\s 




HllliFork _ „.. 


iS^'te^--rr.::::::: 




" - 










mh. B. Btar ~.j^ — ~ 






















LOTBIU P. 6 _ 


a4. 1887 
I. IS8S 


K^^r""™""' 


Ss:?!:::::::::::::!: 










S, IM 


»&V"B^r'r.r:-.;.:::::::.:.r 


jflcknon ■.:.::::.;:;.. 




i'lSM 








■fB 




::,;:;: =EEE 


Aprtl 
Oct. 

s 

Jaly 












^i 










HnhU-Hin 


8iig»i Creek 


Oomer 


■■ 


i 

)4,lBgT 

!!;B 






2?i^«:-;"-::::;"" 






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IXlpbM 


aSiSS- 


Blnlhrai ": .1.. 


Oot. 




- 




B uaum conmr. 




SpeDoetrOl. 






^^ - 




RSi£H=::=::::: 










■Bii iliiS^iiiSL.::;::::::::::: z 






.'i3a 



108 BEPOBT OF aECBETABV OF BTATB. ^^^H 
JmncM OP TB« PBACB-Cootlnueil. 1 


NemegDl Janlcei. 


TOWQlhlpl. 


foal-oIBce oddren. 


^S^?" 


John D. Jonsi. „_ „... 


K»-~,.- 




April 7. taM 

11 

m 








asfc •■■ 




Dulel Bennl^ofT. „. 










rnl-j^;:* 














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1 


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3 



^^^^H OF TBK PEACE. 109 I 

JUCTlcn or THE Pbace— Continued. ■ 


S»mo«otjQ«u<M. 


Townihlia. 


Pom-«1Dm addran. 


Explrition 








April U, 887 

11 

II 
-If 






S:Ss--:;::=.T-;: 


ilBnd Coddsnt 

H. ReB?8. 










wScr'Sf ::;;::::::::::;::::: 


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Cherry V«lley -.. 




Cherry V^ley — 




K^SS?.'-..;.:::; :i. 

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Aft«» ~. 


Alhm.. 


April ll.lgj 


feE=F 


ISs - 


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lis 
ss, IS 

1 

G, 188a 

0, ISM 

e, IS86 
Ang, B, MM 
Ocl. 30, 1886 

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ill ^ 
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Bern^ 




















Trimble 












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110 BBPOET or SKCEKTAEY OF STATE. ^^^B 
Jcmcn or rax PiACt-ConUnned. H 


KimisofJDttleea. 


Township.. 


Posi-oHIuc sdaraa. 


"sRsr 




J«*«n „ 








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=-■1 

Oct. >l. UH 

ll:iS 


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11 

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11 

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PalUie7 














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^^^^^^^^P JnSTlCEa OF THE 1 
^r JcBTTdi or THK piACE— ContlaaiXl. 1 


H namnorjustlciv. 




■ Fnl-oOot addreM. 


";riS?" 


H^ Bromi (.ounlg—ConunMea. 






11 




















B Junes R-EttTd , 

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27, 1N87 
17. 1SS7 

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ii 

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ill 

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Km. &1M 








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112 BEPOBT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. ^^^^| 
JnmcM w TBI Ptu»-ConHnued. H 


NunMofJoBtlooi 


Township. 


PoM-oflice nddrcsi. 


"jfsr 


atrna OMntv-Vooaaaed. 






Jul. a, m 












k£::--:=:== 

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as 

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CRAwrAisH ooonr. 










Oct s,iaB 

Aprt' gjlg 

, 1M7 

. lHt7 

■AS 

.iMt; 

lis 

*""!!: IS 


cS;.V8!risr^:::::r.:::::::::;;;: 

Hnllli M. Pence 


































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SiifSSs:::::::".™::::::: 








v-i;-" 


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WlllUmH»mili'j 

Simeon Taylor 


M,iflRlve. 




J.'linsod 

i^.ishpn 


Mlilcniown 




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Fruik BlgUtrajOT 




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^^ 







JD3T1CE3 OF THE PBACB. 
]it«T[cra OP Tu« Psice-Conliitued. 


113 1 


NuinalJiuUcei. 


,„^.„ 


pMt-offlce Addreu. 


^-riT" 


CfcrmmU Cbaniif-ConllLued. 
J.B-TiiraBr „ 












11 

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11 






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OJBTOB CODBTY, 


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14. use 
4,188a 

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B Is 

Apdl 11, 18S7 

on. M, 1887 
M 1887 
M. 1887 

5oT. W, 18S7 














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Port WlUlkm 








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11, ll»6 

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REPORT OF SEi^KETARY OP aTATK. 
Junncn or thb Puce— Cod ttnaod. 



yinmotlaHiet*. 


».„„,. 


Post-gSw iddreH. 


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Aur. Si, UK 
III 


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ro!«S™ie-:::..™:r::: 


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LaNiu Hmi ■ 1 ■ 

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Nov ^iS 






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pitiidiid _ „:„' 

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ur>r«~e 


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April 10.1Ut 
1(N UM 

11 








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JCBTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Jd«ic«b op rH« Pi<ic«— ConilDued. 



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April 2!!, 1W7 
















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lodepend 

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iDdepcDdeiioe.... 
Majdeld 



AprU 1 
April I 



T, IM 
17. ItH 

"A'M 

I 11. in» 

, %S 

I S. IM 



RKFOBT OF SKCBETABT OF STATU. 

JimiCIS or THt PliCI— CODllDIWd. 



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JtjaTICEB OF THK PEACE. 


117 1 


»,„.»,. 


Towonhipe. 


P(»l-offloe.ddr«™- 


«" 1 


V'l II'' I' ':■ .Hi ■! " " 


TilHn 




April T, 18M ■ 


w^i^^MugUtu 




14. 188S ■ 

°'«- is V 

April It. H6 

Oci. in. B» 

N.>v. 7, SST 
April r>. B81 

oei. aV, SS7 

Si, «S7 
April 11, B8T 

11: wiJ 

April It. IS8& 

t| 18t>S 
1, 1B» 

til 

"^ J 

ii 
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ii 

ii 

f ti 

o«. ».tae 

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k. J 




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118 ^B 


J0STICE9 OF THE PEICE — CODllaaed. 


■ 


KuflM ol Jntllces. 


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A 






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^'11 












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JtraTicES i>F I 



■ Pii.Ci— Continued. 



NuoaoUtuUcei. 


Town.hiiB. 


PMtoffloe addnm 


^rsr 


Faiill< CViuBfy— CoDtiniied. 

KlniMT.u,,,,. 


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D. i,. liui'T 


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11 


mioroi.K-i.Jii 11... 


PmicOKstbiiig 








Ocu M. 18W 

M«y 10. ISM 
OW. IS, KM 




„:,,,;,,.„ 


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Oct. HO, 18»J 
25. l!*T 














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120 



ECPOSr OF 8BCBSTABT OF flTTATX. 



<:^ 



TliMMBM W, Fov&er.., 

AoMiUIU. ^ 

W«i. F, r4»C«r. ^ 

ffjrirAocM Walter .. 
ArtliurAlhm 

MtmcDiui M ilMrf .„«.«, 

MUUrd t»wU. 

Offeree k. BetiA 

hfmmn A, ISmmttX ^ 
R/#bMti. Bftberjck. 
Wm, U. Holberu,.. 



0wAn Creek 
York 



«««««##•««»•• 



German... 

.1 OorluuD... 
. York 



9 ##«*««« «#«•« 



Gorfaam .. 
German .... 
Foltoa 



' *«*#«• •• 



Pike 



OALLfA COUJfTT. 



W, R.AlkliMrA...^ 

Hufb Flymele 

Wm. NomiAO.. 

W.B. Tamer 

W.L.Eeiiet. 

A«ft 1 rti\rr\t\%^^ 

Jolin A. Ktf itin<UIe ~. 

Tboquiii iUtiAKer 

itMn a. Dftfuron.. .... 

Alezuider Vtiice 

(:,U WeuKh 

J. A*. M«r«ftidiiii!'!.'r.'.'.! 

Wm. J. Himtf^ 

J«Me liiKlet 

KliO.Hh«fier 

I>«nd K. liAvU 

W. D. It<>»m ^.. 

John Hmelu«;r 

FrclTik Htimrt 

Wrn. Wllhelm 

T.J. N«Mi! 

HamiK'l K«Tr 

John L. HujVfT* 

<}. W.Clark 

W. F. Null 

Win. L. Oat lie 

Wm. Tata 

Rartlntt Hhaler 

J. I). McKean 

John K. Ix>ukii 

O. (). l(artwK>k 

A. HlHNiinK 

W. D. Hull 

ThomaM J . Clark 

H. V.«Iark 

Kvau L. Kvanii 

K. A. HIack 

David Joni'N, Jr 



Spriogfield - ~... 

Clay 

Perry- 

Huntington 

Ohio 

Guyan 

Addiiion 

Morsao- 

Gallipolis- 



Ohio. 



OCAUOA COUNT V. 



L. C.C.wlei 

H, W. Newell 

Charl.'* J. Hcott .... 
Peter llltohcook .. 
H. F. ThomiMon.... 

O. A.Hhattuck.. 

A. Ht/K*kham 

H. L. WMdRWorth.. . 
K<lward BoMWorth. 

H. (}. Carothem 

o. M.SIdlcy 

W. A. 8haw 

ilurnham Tinker., 
o. M. f Calkins 



Hprlnfffleld.. 
Greenfield... 
HarrUon ..... 
HunilngtoD 

Perry- 

Raccoon 

Green „... 

Walnut- ...... 

Clay 

Walnut- 

Galllpohs 

Uuyan 

|{arii«on . 



• ••*«•• 



Gnyiin 

Cheahlre -. 



Or^n 

AddlMon 

Huntington 
Green ... .... 

W»lnut 

Raccoon 

Clay 

Rnrcoon 

Morgan 

Perry 



Chardon. 



Barton 



cnarldon . 
Hambdcn 



Auburn .... 
Newbury... 
Huntftbiirg 
Thompson., 
MontvUle ., 
Park man ... 
Munaon 



Colion, Hcaiy eoonty. 
Delta 



April 



.' PettifTille. 
. ArehifaaM. 

.1 Fayette-... 
• Uelta 



Fay^^e 

Archibald 
b wan too... 

Al 

DelU-. 



Pine Orore 

Thireaer- 

Wal« 

Alice 

Bnah'a MiU 

Crown City» 

BuUnile 

Vinton - - 

Gallipolia 

Swan Creek 

Bureka- 

PilKGroTe- 

Gallia Furnace... 

Ihlvener-. 

Vinton- 

Patriot - 

Harria 

Gallipolia 

Sandfork 

Eureka- 

Waterloo 

(Jallipolla 

Merceravllle 

Lincoln ..«. 

Saunderayille 

Kyger 

Cncffhire 

G«lllpt»lla- 

Addlaon 

Vlnt4»n 

Gallipolia 

Waterloo- 

Thnrman- 

Eureka- 

Thnrman- 

Vinton 

Patriot 

Chardon - 

« 

Bntfon 

Eaat Claridoii ...!! 

Hamlxleu 

it 

Aubnm 

Ford's 

Hunt^hurg 

South Thonipjion 

Montville 

Parkman- 

Fowlcr*a Mllla 



Dec 



Not. 



April 



Jane 
Oct. 
Not. 
April 



Sept. 
Oct. 



May 

Feb. 
AprU 



Aug. 
Oct. 



Nov. 



April 



Oct, 
April 



Oct. 
April 



!!• 
11, 
14. 
14. 

it 

14. 

14. lflB7 

14, un 

14.UB7 
14,1«7 
14.1107 
1<I«7 
14. IBS? 
14.1887 
», 1887 



1866 



IX 
1.% 
IS. 
IS. 
IS. 

18.1886 

6. 

6. 
8. 
6. 
6. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
8. 
4. 



1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1888 
1886 
18,1888 
18, 1886 
13.1888 
2. 1887 
18. 1887 
14,1887 
14.1887 
14,1887 
14.1887 
14,1887 
14.1887 
20. liB87 

25. 1887 

26, 1887 
25, 1887 
25,1887 
11, 1887 



8: 



9. 1886 
8,1886 
1888 
1886 
.1886 
16. 1886 
6.1886 
6. 1886 
9. 1885 
8.1886 

8, 1886 
12.1885 

8.1886 

9. IS85 



JDSTICES or THE PEACE. 
Jdeticib or TBB FmiicB— Continued. 



1 

i 

J 
i 



Kunw or Jmtloa. 


ToVYMhlpB. 


Foat-omoe Addrao. 


of isrm. 




asSfcr.:-::: 




April a, 188G 








SSS;x'-JK;.'!?r'-;:: 












Troy _ 






fc^^'-- - 


■■ - - 


Aprtl t^\l» 








o«. ii 










gsz^r 


ChaRTln FftilB. Cujruhogi oo... 

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•£2, ISM 






April H. 1887 




A.JV.SlniDg 


MMuii'ie'*.;.".;;..".".".:;.;; 




0.,. !S;ffi 




*^'^°'"' 




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XenU 








^"^ili 






Juusatown 






li^ 




Sr.^'^ii;;:.::::::: 










Bprtng Valley 


SiirtngVillBy 






ifS 














|>^3^~.-..""-:.:.--"::: 
















srlffi 








iimUV"?""" 


^^."ST" 


BowenvlUe — 










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<*l.ryUle..._ „ -. 


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•F'JiS 












fSiu""""- 
































|sS?===== 










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iAbenj _ 














5?iiliS 






















rs-xfc==E: 


SS'^:::==:.:.z 


F.lrTlew _ 


April 10. IMS 
































!SSffiir=Ei; 


Mfllnerayllle 


*-".iiS 


X'J£T«;i»«;::.::.-:." 




We«l»nd 


Cuubrldie 


«. UK 



122 BEPOBT OF SECaSTARY OF STATE. ^^^H 
JvwTtett or TBI pEAcn— Continuad. 1 


Kunaa ol Jiutlcei. 


■toniahlp*. 


Po.l-offlie «iar-i. 


liplnlioQ 
of loon. 


B. M-CrelghtOB 

S-SKl^- 


SS5w=:.r;:;:= 






ggfSii":::::::: :■::■::::::■::: 


April 14, 

ii 
1 

Aug. ;g! 


HI7 














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y^it^i'-^- 




















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gSS^lr-;::;:: 


^^JS'^z-:——::: 


^^?i> ^ iSJ 


&"L:aSr°.=r::::= 


^^^-z:::::z: 


17^^- - - 


1(. M( 








Nov. e. BSS 
ApHl W UM 

'""lis 

Oct. 18, nt 
Sc^ gig 

Aprti oimL 
tux. 9. me 






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April 19^ UK 

-11 

AprtI "ftSS 


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JCaTICEa OF THE PEACE. 



I 





Jumcn OF TSa PajLCS-ContluDed. 






.„....^ 




PoBl-offloo BddreB. 


■J/SS"" 


BwKMk OOttBlif-Conlliiiieil. 
















Ma; 




JowphOMtrholt. _ 


































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^KIst:::;:::::;:;:: 














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VinBaren- 






























11 

s.ists 




KaglR. _ „ 
























April 
AprU 






iJSsr== "■•- 












tBARDIn OOOMtV. 




Ken ton 












S.188& 




Kenton 
















ffiras?""-- 




Konloo. - 


iffi 


S*SF==-:: 


i!S-:= 


P«l«wro „ 


April 
April 




West Newton, AUoo couoly... 






2&! ISM 




M.i.„;i:::::; ;;■;::::;; 


mi 




'JiS 


Sdr;:^ - - 
















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^^ 










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■J:1m7 


wa;iSias.":::== 


■■ - 


K!"" 




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April 








OM2. „ 












PrsDkllii „ 


II. IMG 








Oct. 


Itliil 












!i 






»«,n«,ii"....;_r,~:;-. 




B. R. PtiIllfM „ 





BEPOBT OF SECRETABY OF BTATK, 
Icinoci or tbi Psici— ConllQiisd. 



MuDctofJaiUca. 




FoaL^ffloe kddicM. 


BiplrmtloQ 
ofwnn. 


EarrUmi 0»ilv— Conttnued. 






AWU 
AprU 

Amii 

AprU 


'S-ISS 


'^^i?iL'^':^^i:-~::z-:::. 








JawsB.. „. 












Himiviite-:;;;;:::;::.::::;:::::::: 


















WuhlDKUia 








i?i 






































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ss^==== 




r*dii - 




^nroe - — 










™,„»,„r. 




Tei«» 

Mapolcou 

Datbler 

Wbu»i:jli, t'l^t-ii I.KIM: . . 






FreatoS^. 


»: 
S: 

1 








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April 

Oct 

Ocl. 

April 

on. 
April 

Oct. 
April 






PlMuanl 










n 








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1 








II 




Ksasi— - 












SSbW""""" 


































S'BS 




ga,,.- ...- 










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Qulnton Dick 






















^mel ,... 






















BntabSS!!!!!!!ll:;.:.::r::::::: 


















w/oM^sr:::;::::::."":::::::: 


Sn-::::::.;::::::;:; 


Ml".:::::;;-:::::::::;::::::::::;::::; 






NewUarket 

S^ - 


(^"'NiUk't " 


J'ine 
April 


i^iS 


ir^tiT ■■ ■■ 


a"a'Sr"?SS-BiSii- 


i^SS 










iSiiSS 


W. T. BUnlorf. „ _ 




Berryrtlle - -„ 



I 



Is 
1 
■ 



^^ 


JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
Junicn or Tin Peace— Conllnncd. 




125 


KunMofJaMlcea. 


Townsbljw. 


Pwl-omco addiai. 


■WSi?" 


Btahland a™i»-Conllmi*d. 










tgi^Sr';--;::::-' -" 


^^^^" 




Not. 




gifijr::::"-.::;:::::::::-;:; 


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it: w 


Jj«^r=::::;:::;;:::::::: 








AbntuiD Bunt- 

nOCKIMQ OODBTY. 


Jickwn 


Bell _"::::::";,v;;.::::::::::: 


S-i'gX-::-: — ■= 














Oct. 

April 

Oct- 
A[.ril 

f.Ki. 

April 

Hoi. 
April 




,■; — —. 
















ooodHo^".v„;.":":.r." 








^'fegan-:- 










Brcnwu. FatrflcliituuniV 

Logan 

floulhPeriT. 

an rue* Z- !; ! ! 1 '.'.'.V,',!" ,'!,'"' 












1!' fSf 




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Ocl. 

April 






F»nnOTwin 










ts. 




Klllbuok ....... — 


Kiiibuck ':r.7r.:i~:: 










SSSm=== 




























SiSfc=-r--: 


Ib 


&"«'&d — 




Prairie - 






RJpler 




SSi^R^Mtfii": 




BUokCreek ZZ..' 


|i 




wSTtoto!:™..;......-....;.....::;:: 
















11 


fe^SS^EEE 






wjinm^krf.p:::: 


Ss&v==-"-- 




Ctvk'i, Coabgcton odupIt.,.. 






II: IS 



BIPOBT OF SECBBTABY OF 8TATB. 



KamwotiaMtm. 


Towmhlp. 


Fon-omcitaHnat. 


BiplimlloB 
uimm. 




Bro™<» 










^ilS 


fSSSSi-jz:- 


OufciflcU 






















Tt^cz:::rzzz:z: 




o». sa 










AprtI <, IM 
En is 




J. V. DMiiDt 












"" iS 


?«S-~— — — 


XnrHwn ^.__ 






&«="■-■= 


IS 

Oct. 12, 106 






??S^-="= 










"" I'S 










SSlg!^.::-"- 




4. ina 

0«. it,i» 

April B. im 


^^=i= 


Sa:fS^rr:= 


Venma Mett 


nH^lawa":::::.:":::: 


^^SSSSZ-z--::.::: 


m 


it&'^z~z—:-:r 




o«. 7:|« 


is?^-^ = 


§sri2±F^""'"-"---'"" 


llaE-rEEz: 


April ttW 






S£E= 
















OM. I6;iW7 






HookrHUl -. _ 








AmpMMd Scurtock „ 








ts." ^ s 












»Si s •» 






S'r==E: 


JS, 1 g 














iSSEEEE 












B«Ud X RMdL. 
























sssr- 




»i3KSKS;;-:r.rz= 












ifrrii t'S""'^' — 








JixrmBoir cooittt. 






°" 1^ 






gsisjss -- 








5".s^- ~ 








""' lis 













JD8TICK3 OF THE PEACE. 
Junicn or mi PiiCE— Conilnued. 


127 


Staitt 01 latOoBi. 


TowraWp.. 


PosMSoe adilKa. 


ollann. 








1 

IT, UH^^^^H 


SJssS;=-= 




Buffa _ 




















J^Trunm- _ 














XbiuwittS?.™::::..:::;.:::;: 


Koox 






(Sir....:::.:::::::;:.:-.::: 








Hoore'n Soli Worki 

PonUnd SUtloD 




CJ.»rl*.Kw. _ _ 






B.H.i)»iihii«.z:.; _ 

Wnilam D. QQlltln ~ 




SS'SS.issi-z- 


CtoM creek- „ 

SSSScridi:™::::: 


sai'" .— — 




, ^tS^EF= 


rssisr.:--— 








M {SS&.SISl.-:: 




ffiSJ5'S.iii-::r-v. ■■;; 
















MI. Vernon 






SrifciSu-;:::;;:;:;:::::: 




a,ir::::::=.= 




















pjj^^ 






North UbartT ;; 


g^Te"!-: ::■::■ 


1 SS^U'STc'Sr'.!.::::::;:::- 






aiV"^:::::::;::::::::: 


?uck™iuu? :;;:. 












GK«^-;.:;.z™::::: 






^^S^""~=-"" 




Fnjflerlcklmii _ _ 


'J^ 


















SsS^=EE 












jSh^w'^SSSWder :::::: :::::::::: 




?Sk,-z r 


""11 
11 


OMfneS. Benedict _ 


gplj'w - 








D."Siii:r- 








aSfe=== 


^^=3 






JSSI'tS.S.T 


z^, - " 


~-___ 


















t "~ "■■■ 




^ 



BEPOBT or SKCKBTAST OP 3TATK. 



NsiDWMJilMecs. 


Ttonnuhlia. 


PottOfflM tddTM. 


■^ST" 


LAKB CODIITT. 


Cmreort 

Wllteochbr 






t.tm 




WluSSby -..._.„! 


?r'S> 


•ItS- — --- 










r5ass?_-r== 




Oct. 
April 








T.B. AlTord ^ 

a. a B«k«- 


Lrroj- jjz. — :~:. 




11. IWt 


S-SiSS^- 


S2K---- 


tS!,'Jj^i;: 


Oct, 










il^E?-3 






wiuoc^br 




Oct 
Aprtl 






11 










&■■---- 














AM„ 

tMCMnr — 


Aid ,- 

Ml. Vwoon Pnrnaoe 




a.'f.v.r.—.-T-i- 


11 






H|Bte=-- 


iWfc-r--:" — 












April 

o«i. 

Apnl 

5S,, 
?S« 

Ort. 
April 
Oct. 

Oct' 

at 


IT 1M 


ii'w --=—■-- 












- 


Procwmille _. 






ijia 




jF^ee== 








11 
11 




















E"™=- 


SfelT::!— -:r 


SlMSKt 




IX---". 


SffiS==-- 




D!l%Mi-..r :z"i- 




11 


Sffisr — 


Hula- MM. SdMo oimn&_ 








LiCKma ooonT. 


GrWTUto 












Uc^ ■ 












s^.-sr — r.= 






tssss;. 


3^1 








|j^--r-": 


£SSfc:::rr. 


hSS;-~ ^:::=:3 


dH 




Sfc-T— -r- 




KWr:-:r=:- 


S?;rgi:.zr :::: 







































JDHTICE8 OF THE PEACE. 
Jusncm oy tei Piici^-ConUniiea. 


139 


KunaalJuiUcci. 




POKl-Olfloe «ddr«n. 


Eipir»Uon 


Uctftij; QmnJv-Conllnned, 






JalT SI. S8S 
14. t)M 

11 

Ih 886 


L.E.Crn"- 

fis;:, 






M&dlHlD __ 












P«task«u: _ 












M^ftt^'mii::::::;;::::;;:::.:. 








8t.Alb^ 
























April 14. tUT 
1ft. 887 
141 B87 
14, 817 

as 
II 

April 14, IS8S 


NsWBrk 

KlrkeniTlllB _, 






















Eden 

Mn-ll^nn 


Long Run 




s:°??--== 






Aleundrt.. „ 










Newark „ „._ 


,«.„»„„. 






















nzsr- 


B. *J,flgMW ~ 


L',^ 




li ■ 

Oot IT, UU ^^^H 

pi 








^■ifaS".~:;:::::"":r..z 










&ni::::::::i:;::..:: 




I^nMto- 


Ssfc="== 


jiiaKMi . — ^ .. 








fcf.?isss..^:^:r.~.::; 




















Bui Lntrnj'''.'~S-'.-. -~™! 1.".'.'™ 


■i ?!&■==■-■=■ 


















t^^'^t:—:- 






















^m J.F.H«<hwr _. 


I'SS^i.- 


S?''^'"""-""-"""- 






H 





w 


JtjaTICES OF THB PEACE. 
JusncH or tsx Puat— Continued. 


181 


1 ._ .„ 


TowDiblpi. 


FtHl-omca kddreBL 




H £m<I( OswUy— ConUaned. 






April 14. 1«S7 

iiiii 

H. 1887 

SiS 

•ih. luat 
a. ii«e 

1&.1W5 

Uty It'. UM 

"'11 1 

3. ISCT 

lis 

Oct. 2&. t8S7 
ifi, ISST 
3^ 18S7 


^^?=E 






SS^EE 


KfSrr;;::::::::::-:::; 








BIbH«Iiii 




DeerCreet 






fc:!:"' 






^^, " -^ 




,,„u,.. 
















D«rbr ™, 






WeMC»u»«u 


Sffi^&=:=E=: 


rrni™ .."::".t;:::"::;;;.. 


London 


t: ;^Uiz=..j;;::: 




3^^?.::z:::r::::::::;:;: 




1 -Ht" 






















^&EE:== 


















Lafujclte 

B»iHlm«n „ 


lumninra oocrimr. 


^^ri=:=:: 






?SlS;Su:r.:;:::::::::r.::.:::-: 


srSjia 






iaSSS;sSi::.---=: 




MllinnCenler „ 


Oct. ibI iss 

*-'" ;:ia 
11 

Oct isi IStt 

ill 

1 

Not. lailSj 

t 


SL£EE 








i^^r---^" 








SS?g^::;-::::;::z::: 




g^aTlVd"^" 








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^^^::=:-- 






^^"gS; —--;■■-:;, 


I^SS^Jn-- 


KSibX*"" " -"" 














^fffestizr.zr-: 
















Eiil Uwlilown 

^rili?«Sd":r:.::::;:::.:::::::r: 


^P'»%3£r:-rr.:.-:: 


Kr;t::.:-:::: 


^^ 


SprlnsBald 


8prtaBfl»W „... 



REPORT or SKCRETAKY OF 8TATB. 

Jcmcn or thk PiAct— Contltmed, 



Muuo of JuHlGta. 




p(Ml-o(Bce Bdi]r«B. 


Eiplntlon 


-""- 






ApHl 10. UM 










a'K::::;;:;:;;;:. 


ssfcE== 


iiiS 




sssisr'' — - 










J.T.T^nln 






OreeuOunp 






isar 






iSST :~r 

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et-pt. ibI^ 








- 






a,Ksr::::::::::;:;:::::j:z:: 


*'■"' lilts 
















ii 








JiM»s-;:::=:;:::::::::::::;; 






l^'iS 


Ssfe 
























SSaSJovs; - 


'■^' lia 




aSs^EEEEE 










i?S'-===== 




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JSm,- 


ffleld* 


iprti «.«» 








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lis 




""Bd,i: 

Cbamniii 




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' -■■ " "'■'■-■ 


„, lis 






Is 
















H.8.Proiiir--- — 




WliilllcM.>-_ 






?J"iKv::::::::;;:::=::::: 


Liverpool 


Wadnwonh..... 














f^'^ir' ;- ■:::::- 






Oct. is; ™ 








S.4«oVii;....:zr 


^S-=== 












S' 


V. W.rtMkell — 


fSSSiBr.=;:-r 


^s^^^ - ™ 


S"" ..." K'iffi 




kacSi^- "~ 


Tfo*.._ 


&:■"" 


}« 












WMtRlSiMd.8uDimlloo,.„ 






sssr- 






KS- 




u.R.o;iSSCT:::::::::::::;.T.:„.,. 


-11 








F.M.OIbta 











JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 
JcmcM or no Pu^a— OoDtlnncd. 



Atmuel HrRullough ..._.— 

t.L,QrrtOTj „..,., 

&P.WlUon. _ 

Jobn SftnmDiK , 

D. H. Byrn _ _. 

A. J.Allen. 

Tbmnu Alex&nder, Ji 

J.I>.8lunnoii „ 

S. B. CaldwelL, 



B. a Weill ... 

Z.Dy« 

A.J.BtilGhln 



Qeo. W. fUudalMUgb,... 

P. T Roblnnon 

A. H. Frralnger „.. 

E. B. Ifiller , 



I. H. Hchoeaeberiflc .... 
Jobn O. Dcrkraui 



I 



lOMpb IthJ . 

I.wfaiier ■■ 
PhlUp Hid... 



0«0.A. Beldturd,,.. 



DkTld B. Albougta. ... 
JoMpli N. Pmler __.. 

Vnuk A. HardT 

Hoah H. Albaugh ..... 

B.B.Ctiua 

Ifkibul Dddwi 

WlUtom Bncblei ..... 

KaUiitnlFl Ulll 

Wm. B. aiOKii _ _ 

finmin) W. Uuwell. 



LeUut 

Oll« .T.'.Z 



BUck Creek ... 
ButlBT Z. 



Dublin"-"!!] 

Franklin _. 



Liberty..™.. 
Uulon I'^Z'.'.. 

EeooYery. 

Wiuhlnstoo" 



Wiublngton ... 



Pmi-ofllce Htldresn. 



Hortlanil 



Re^Bti 



Cold_WHei..... 
Napiuna 



Fl ReooTBTT.... 
SI. Hsor;. 



PiQUk 
Tl&BU 






April 


















Ai.r.1 


.V 


«87 

m 


.Vfrll 




S*l 
















































ffi 




























JW. 




'"■■'■ 


^1 


SK7 



ApiU 13. IW 

Ott. i:.; 

April 1(, 
Oct. IS. 

■in. 
April IJ. 



J»ii, 



Ar-ril I!. 
Oct. 11. 
April 12, 



134 BRFOBT or 8ECBRTARY Ot BTATX. ^^^^^^^^| 
Jii*ncn or tdk Puca-«ootlDaeil. ^M 


BUMtOlJlUUOCS. 


TownmipL 


Pott-omeeaaonn. 


■^rsr 


JKnt •>>anJv— Conlinoed. 


SSS:^.:;:::::::-:: 


rr-w-r-rr.: 


Oct a. 1>» 

l:Si 

Oot. M. IMS 

April 1 , ISM 
CK. ,.,g 


B.« E.UU 






a(wln«CTi3t. 




*;""'" ~ 


K;;, . 




!T\' ::,;::::;:;..;.. 


i?iS'!'"" 


^Il^-" ..- 


U«i Milieu 


Ad«ni.. 






Ev' ■ '■-::■: 




SSSa'^^-rr- 




^ '.■-: 






11 i 

■HE 1 

Oct. is! lis 1 

s' 11 


k ^,: . 








■ 


^^- ■ 


g:iSS,-u;- ; 


1 1,.. 




Pbmt — 


JST" -;=:-:::;: 








S£=EEE 






livg^a ~ 




is.. II 

Oct. 26, U8T 
April 1(, IM7 

», Siffi 

Out. %. 1K7 
April U.!^ 

S: i!:lg 
Sf IS 








■ 


" - - 












SS^"~"-=""" 


■ 


r^Tmr ■;■:■; 


''"ffOFl . 






1 6.:; 


i;'£" 


•S;::.:y ■"=- 








iX^^^^r—= 










Auma UooM _ 

1 &&;»!;;::=:== 






name — 














■ ISr'^EEE 












Oenil*u„ 




■ aSf"E:-=-=- 








■ Sirv-EVi,-::;:::-; r- 












L 


^^ 





^^^^^^^^^^ JtJaXtCEJ OF THE 136 J 
^^r Jdstich or nil Piiia— Conttuaed. H 


^M NuauatJiuUoH. 


T...ttlp.. 




'Sf'sr 






LIberl 


t£'i^ 


■ . &H'*L^biaiiir.::.;;.:„.;; 


saii^Ei-E: 


Dt'^sfc?.:;:....::. .:..:::::;:::: 




^ jA H.&*'U - 






Apill IS. M)T ' 

'!;S 
11 

Is." II 

lt|l88T 

11 
III 

April 9, IBM 

MS 






Eiuirwuraer 












VuiBaren 


















Wyne 


ft.i -lis Uaj lull 














■ >ll>w4>~>» -. 








MqqiiI»v111b....~ .„_ 














flrlilol _ _., 

fffl--.=::= 


Hairs V«Uey - 

S»=::::== 




i=^"-T^&iid -■ 
























■ &™S2" 








■ SS==-'= 




Morgdnvillc '"'.'". 




" SS?-EEE:::;= 




Deerfleld 


Triulelrhl.. 8. IWig ■ 










&^^EEEEE 










Rli'MoM Ixr. 8. IW« m 










M.H1KJ^ ■ 


^m r w nil "iiiViii 


JJ'"f"" -■■ 




■ klS"'"=-= 


Ellioll'siv,..- 1- Mn>- i«:iB*7 ■ 
Deiveri.oM. Vu^ SS. IWT ■ 
Cheslcillill . <J.-i. 3S, im ■ 


Sii^^:::::::::::::::::: 










April 11. IRM J 






liUriM 


^H MOKBOV COUNTY, 




■ aWiSr":;:;:;::::;:::::.:: 


J^;&-«e,d-::::. 
gg^;:;:v::;.:::::; 






■ »«;t=::::::= 


Ciudlii(lr<ii not. IH. 1M& ■ 


™ gTSaS;==:::::::;E 






Apr" y.jSg ' 

i IIOA 
, IttSIt 

, lan 




gtSlS'««" 


«:ffi?!^=:::::::::=;r 




Shkoekl 


LlDCDla 


S9Si=E=-= 


P^M^rz ■.■.:■;:■.■.■.■;-:"■:::::■::; 








arS"-::=::::= 


OUiwl 


;*;;,',!:,■■■' ;;:::;;, 


_ S:%\S!f::-::::::::::::= 


S'=EE 


,\ll.(ille*a _ 


■ rsssr"" 


Troy 










^ 



BEPORT OF 



OF STATE, 
Fei cE-^Oootlnii ed. 



Nunet of Juitioo. 



Poel-aBce *ddre«a. 






Cuibbertitmalles.... 

Boni*rd Plelda 

O.D.Wllv.i> 

aeo.W. Jnckviii 
John W. Enii' . 



Jamo H. Ward.... 



HaniT J. DenolK..., 
Martlu Durant 



Jamaa B. Cnoe . .. 

JnhnB.Ca« 

W. iV.Tavlar . 

B.B.Porfcer 

C«li1n Jane" 



Inhn O. JnekMiii.. 
WlllUm HcDnnal 
l<ita B-Paniler.. 



KUcDnnaH 

jamnH. Aiken — 
Jamci U. Btamtt 



Rab«rtOrifnn. 

DaftaBonlflfl.! 
liTirtK B. DucHii 
William L«nh»rr 



BnHhcre^. ^^^ 

Clajf ,7,.'."":' 

Falls" """1!""'"" 

Ilitrrlmn - 

HlfhUtid 

HopBwaii- 

ltthnon'~'.'.ZIZ'. 

l.iukinf — _—!!!! 

^l<.atnB''.'.Z'~.'.'.'.'. 
MuHklniuia....^. 

BiAhiu:;"'."!:;;; 



Duncan's Falli .. 



OrbiJi^ii' 



. l':iuiurMnwDod.... 



Romllle 

msviUe.;;.";. 

, ...cid'L.V.'.r.' 

OWeiio 

CliandlenTill* 



. SaiaUinlU- 



















































































A[<til 






























































ii'^r 


































































Apiil 


I«. lOS 






April 


i!;!ffi 



JD8TICE9 OF THE PKACE, 
JcrnoB or trb Pura— CoDUDned. 



I 



KimMOIJiutlct*. 


ToWBBbip. 


t>oM4a»ul<Ini& 


^fi^"" 








April 14. ^|» 










Elk _ „ 


SKK^^'irz :: 


April 1, SS& 










ItOnnaa 

Xirloii _.. 


oet ».vm 




^A"..s.:::.z:z..j. 








Apr.. j;j« 

I. ma 




Seoeea Z'.'.. 


MtEphnilm 










Hef== 
















Brookfleia 


Bfncwk - Aiirll Ifi, 1(1B7 




Elk „ 


S'£^i°cVi*i. - 


Not. , 19OT 




?,!«•-: ==■ 








SK"i7:!SJ 












Rirh VftUv P.O 




















W«in« 










April B, ISgfi 








Jx-p'bljrjr - - 


p5'to:sT"."::i::::z 
C1«T '. _.. 




IK 








W:i°£XSS::==.:z 


iffiv =;:= 


SSSS-^trrr'—zz 


'•"'iliiX 




Ort H«rtior — 




a!ss:;K!™ — 




fcsia 




^SsEEEEE 










SSa;»s:=--= 




5!ss?a°' --■--■-■= 


^^ — 


!« 




Duibar; „ _... 








Iffii-=:r=r 


asasr ■.■:■--:::: 


15. 18»7 




FiCUUBO eOtTHTT. 
































April fi. M& 








■iyn-eiP^r. 


Blue Croek 




S:S 








0. K. KtllpulHek „, „ 


JS^^- " " 


iVr.1 a ss 








%l^S^s--~-= 












" - 














April S. 887 


?£;Sii£"."!:;::::r:;:::::r" 


LMJl^. 


S^'ita,z...~:-z~:...z 










^^t 










Ool. TT. fgt 








SKn'l B. Man .....m- _ 


PftDldlBS .-. 


Nov. L 181 



136 BEPOBT OP SECBETABV OF BTATB. ^^^^^^^^H 
JumoB or tm Fuea— ConUnnad. ^M 


ManuiotJunUea. 


TownBhljw. 


Poat-offlce addnaa. 


.«" ' 


Jena S. Oeddli -, , 

CF.HammomI 




Caledonia _ 


April 11. 1887 


"".=::::;:::::::::; 


BSifSSSS.";:;;:;-.::::";-;:::::- 


111 B»; 

11 

11, 8»T 

11. 887 

It, isar 

OGl. 26. 1887 

Ai.ril 18, IMS 

iiiiS 
o.,. vs 

001. as: 1885 






















wheurone _.. 










as,?,,™ - 








Ku^xiNOUM comrr. 






CoBlen Bell 




Brnthmei 

ISSSS-r7z=::i::::= 

ZtneiiTllto 




ctifr"-- ,:.."".::::::.: 


















S^."^::::::::::::::;:::::: 


D.O.Nr.rman — 


f:S!^' 


fS5SS« 


A,.u ;|,i«. 


jtWijI^n^ii:::;.;::::::::::::™ 
iP^j^i??- - 






ApAl 8, IMC 

i 

Oct. 23,' IbSS 
Ajirll 8. 1«M 

III 

&18U 

S, i«8S 

Oct. S. 18U 

April 6. I»85 

S 1S85 

AiTii «, ia« 

l!:IS; 

iiili 
. 11 

SI.' S:!ffi 

», 1W7 
25, 18»7 

April 14. 1SS5 




Nitfhpott 

n-ti., . ..:z:::":z::::::z':::z 
HlEhHUI 




Madlion. 




M,^tB< 


Mu9kla«itra 










JohnW.WIifi'"i -..- 


'■ - -■■■■ 


















ThonmaMlnlier, 


~ 




E, ll'oDnnaM "" V: 


..!■;.•-;; „: 


£;-.--"-E.r=:r 


PHcrC-ublMiipli 

&?«■"'■ 




K Lnu5Tlita„„. 






















narrl«,o 


l-hijo 




^Jj™' — 


M.Si;:r;r:=:;; 




SllSi^iii;:;:-™::::::::.: 

Monroe 

eall Creek 


H^;i^jir::::-.:r.::::;:;::;;:;::; 




»■-»""'• 




S:lsFr..z=z:.=-::: 


BnflUo 


«t.zton . : 






^^ 


^^ 



JUaTICEa OF THE PEACE. 
Ivmcm or tub Puci— Coatlnned. 



KuMoIJoillcea. 


TowMhlp. 


P<MMIIIci>d<lrea. 


Eiplrfttloa 
oi term. 


aWfa DjwK|--Conlliioe<l. 


















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Ivmcm OP TH( Puci— ConUaned. ^M 


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Josnon or ibm PHus-Contlnatd. 


139 


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140 BEPOST OF SECRETARY OP BTATB. ^^^^| 

JiMncM or Txa Puai-Coiitliitied. ^M 


KuneaolJUBticeB. 




Po«-once addran. 


Tisr 


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JumcH OF IK* FiAO>— Continued. 



,„.o„n..„ 




Posl-olDce addreM. 


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la. 1885 


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143 


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144 REPORT OF SECKBTABV OW ^^^^^^^^^ 
JDtnccB OW TVt Pucs-CooUnned. ^M 


VManolJaatkm. 


Toimdilpa. 


Poat-offlocaddrcM. 


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April 11. IMS 






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JDHTICES OF THB PEACE, 

iDtnon or tbi Fxaoi— CoDUnuBd. 


145 


^H KHua of Jonlces. 




PoM-ofltce «ddrew. 


"?«?" 




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^t^fflce addmi. 


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WflUam Miller _.... 






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April 18,1887 

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JDBTlCEa OF THE PEACE. 

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JnmcB or trx PucB-CotiUiiiicd H 


KuonorJuiUccB. 


Townsblpt. 


RMt-offloe addrco. 


^SS» 


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Ocl. 18. 


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CLASSIFIED STATEMENT OF INCORPOEATIONS FOE THE YEAR ENDING 
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KiodB Qt corponUionB chartered. 


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Capital 

stock 

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62 


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INCORPORATIONS. 

Classifikd Statement of Incorporations, ETC—Continued. 



171 



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Society and benevolent association, 

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Street railroads incorporated 

Street railroads, increase of capital 

stock 

Telegraph and telephone companies 

incorporated 

Telegraph and telephone company, 

increase capital stock ' 

Various purposes (not included above) 

incorporated 

Various purposes (not included above), 

increase capital stock...: 

Miscellaneous papers filled 

Certificates to subscription to capital 

stock 



Totals 



Increase 

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stock. 



$1,180,000 



16,000 



228,000 



$36,898,000 



Decrease 

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stock. 



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$6,820,000 



Capital 

stock 

authorized. 



$686,000 



2,726,000 



9,768,160 



$162,620,760 



COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF INCORPORATIONS SINCE THE ADOPTION 

OF THE CONSTITUTION OF 1861. 



Year. 



1861 to 1878, inclusive 

1874 

1876.. 

1876 

1877 

1878- 

1879.. 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1888« 

1884 



Total 
number of 
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4,069 
861 
896 
874 
361 
289 
838 
644 
840 
909 
876 
784 



Increase of 
capital stock. 



$9,068,376 

1,900,200 

8,229,000 

24,378,890 

46,019,126 

72,421,160 

124,639.060 

36,898,000 



Reduction of 
capital stock. 



$7,002,100 
190,000 
620,000 



1,427,000 
849,700 
896,200 
766,000 

1,206,000 
970,000 
766,460 

6,320,000 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



$882,121,718 

66,646,066 

140,199,426 

64,016,800 

46,102,940 

46,674,266 

90,920,806 

104,462,700 

310,029,960 

26?^-r6,360 

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162,620,760 



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COMPANIES FILING CERTIFICATES OF SUBSCRIFTION TO CAPITAL 
BTOCK. FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1888, TO NOVEMBER I!>, IBS*. 



Name of oompany. 



The HBDikfl Iran Fence Company 

Tlie Ohio Whitp Sand S'one and Bailroad CompaDj 

The Cincinnati Loon and Baitdiog CompiiBj _ 

The Superior Drill Company- 

The Baakcre' and Merchants' Telegraph Company 

The Cincinnati Rflilway Club Company .....~ 

The Eicelsior Foundry Company 

The AshtJibnU Hrde and Leather Company 

The Mechanics' Building and Loon Company >....... 

The BtuDswick Olab 

The Kimhall Motor Company 

The Liitle Giant Plow Company , _ 

The Emperor Building and Loan Company- „ 

The Baxter Htore Company 

The C. R. Talbotl Conopitnr 

The Oberlin and La Grange Railroad Company- 

The Great Western Pin Company ,. 

The Toledo Wrench Com[.any_ 

The Star Orange Company 

The Cleveland Steel Company 

The Kram Electric Pad Company , 

The Dover Gae Liitht and Fuel Company- 

The Ohio Overland Telephone and Telegraph Company- 

The Kiowa CatlJe Company 

The Gibbs and ..all Plow Company 

The Bfllbrook Magnetic ^ring Company 

The Canton and Wavneabarg Railroad and Coal Mining Company-.. 

The Orange Cool ami Iron Company - 

The Sunday Creek Mining Comptny 

The Lima Repnhlican Printing Cotnpany- 

The Weatern Wood Fibre Company 

The Favorite Building and Loan Company _ 

The Warner Flexible Shoe Company- 

The KnoR Coanty Fair Company 

The Thierman Proceae Company- 

The Fuller and Hatfinpiller Company _ 

The vVapiilioneta Building Coin{iitDy - 

The Mannfield Buggy (Vimp'.ny 

The 0, W Shipman Coal Company - 

The A. Erbenberuher Company 

The John Van Range Company 

The Hocking Valley Prinring and Pnbliahing Company. 

The Beedle and Kelly Company _ 

The Miller Company 

The Monarch Coal Company 

The Fin^hmann Loan and Building Company- 

The D. M. Steward Miinafactnring Company 

The Climax Freestone Company 



HoTember 15 



^^^^^^^^^r INCORPORATIONS. 311 ■ 

^H CoHPANin FiUHa OiaTtncATn or Subscbiption, kto.— Continned. ■ 


^H Name of company. 


Date of filing. 




1884. 
Janoary 15 

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The Ohio Mmii and Investment Uompanv 

The A. M ['.)li.h Company 






The Wntertoo Mill CompHny 

The Piir^et Cily Knitting Company 










The C evtl.mil Stamge Company „ 




The Oliio Plate mid Memufactoring Company- 


The Ohio dttlu Company _ 




The F.wtoria Biilding Stone and Lime Oomptoy 


The Cincinnitii CorruftatinK Company 


The Cinrinnnii North-WKatern Railway Company _ 




The Akron Match Company - 






The Ohi'»0»tilB Company - 










The J. F. Siel*rling and Company - 

The Phoenix Mill Company „ „,..„ 

The Aut'imatic Cloael Company „ 


The Rote Autoraalic Brake Company 





212 BBPORT OF SECRKTART OF STATU. 

CoiiFAitm FiuNe CiBTtrtCATui or SvBacBirrtoN, rrc. — Cottttnaed. 

Kame of company . 



The White Agricultnral OoinpiinT 

The Buckeye Poultry Medicine Company 

The Oiinsz Evaporator Company 

The Boynl Building and Lr>Bn Company 

The Cincinnati 8cren and Tap Company 

The Excelsior Mining and Milling Company .. 

The W, E. Dibble Pahliahing Company 

Tbe Lima Masonic Hall Company 

The Ohamberlin Cartridge Company 



Tbe Swe«t Motilder Machioe Companj'... 

The Stryker Mineral ijprinRS Company 

Tbe Bloomville Sione and Lime Company 

The Welcome Loan and BnildiDp: Company^ 

Tbe Economy Halter and Bridle Trimming Company ». 

The Grand Tower Mining Company 

The Maeaneri'hor Hall Company 

The Ironton Biae Ball Company 

The Cincinnuti Automatic AdvertiHine Clock Company 

The American Automatic Telephone Biirgljr and Fire Alarm CSo— .. 

The Hamilton Baee Ball Club 

The WashingtoD Joint SlocS Company _ 

The American and European Investment Company. 

The Pbixnii. So. 2 Loan anil Building Company 

Tbe Caldwell Gaa and Oil Oompany 

The Terminal Junction Railroad Company _ 

The Collman Railway Company 

The Henry County AgriculturHl Joint Stock Company- 

The Leader Pol>li8hing Company ; 

The York Coil Company , 

The Capital Printing and Publishing Company 

The Cleveland Screw Wrench Company^ _ 

The North-weBlem Obio Improvement Company _ 

The Standard Ctiemica) Company 

The E. Becker Brewing Company , 

The Ackley Speed Indicator Company _ 

The While Mountain Conaolidated Mining Company 

Tbe East End Sewer Company 

The Frey Printing Company 

Tbe Wyominji Amueement Hall Company 

The Springfield Base Ball Company 

Tbe Geneva Machine Company 

Tbe Robert Minton Taylor Keraraic Compan)' ......■•• - 

Tbe Keeler and >Sn)itb Drug Company ^ 

Tbe Day tun Syrup Refining Company .'. 

The Water Gee Improvement Company 

Tbe H. Bullock Bellows and Forge Company _ 

The Queen City Building and I»an Company. 

The V. Echert Company 

The Ohio Transit Company 

The Macksburg, Middlebiftg and Stafford Narrow Gauge Railroad Oo_ 

The Canton and Waynesburg Railroad Company 

The Commonwealtb Boilding, Loan and Savings Company .. 




INC0HPOSATION8. 21S 

CoMPANin FnjNQ CsBTiFiCATn or Subscbiftioii, rc. — Continued, 
Nftme of company. 



The Cedar Avenue DrivJOK Park Aeeociation...^ 

The Cleveland Athletiu Park CompaDy^ 

The Steubenville Fuel Gae Comr>«ny_.., 

The CiDcianiiti, HnmiltoD, Middletown and Toledo Railwftf Company 

The Stiiodard CombaeiiDn Company.. 

The Farmers' Hecord Cimpany 

The Fiiirmoiint DialillinK Company 

The Noble Third Ward Baildiog AaHOciation 

The Bond Hill Building Aesnciaiion 

The Combination Uanufaclarinft Company _— 

The Stillmau Company 

The Dunbir Fuel Company 

The Oval Wood Dish Company 

The LeonbHrd Schlather Brewing Company 

The Cambridge Auricultarsl Driving Park Cowpaoy 



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The Croes Cut Silver Mininfc Company . 

The Pattereon Coal Corapan;^ 

The Bchmidlapp Live O.ik Diatillery Company .... 
The Homeeieaii Building aod Savings Company .. 



The EconciB , 
The MorriB Flcui 

The R. J. BaggH find Sous Lumber Company 

The MarietW Oil EKchangn 

The Climux Buildinit nnd Deposit Oompanv 

The Sun Publishing Company 

The Enterprise Cracker Company 

The Hnu.etown loduelriHl Co-operative Company. 

The StnndHrd Ghh Retort and Fire Briek Company 

The Zaneevilie Heating Company 

The Clevelund Paper Ineulutor Company- 

The Toledo Electric Company 

The American Clay Bird Company 

The Teutooia Loiiii nnd Building Company- 

The Eastern and Western Air Line Railway Company- 

The Germicide Compsny 

The Excelleut Lnumtry Company 

The Mutual Homeatend Building Company- 

The Cleveland Electric Liu ht Company 

The Penn Lumber Company- 

The Patent Revolving Window Saah Company 

The (Inited Htates Electric Light Company- 

The Wooileide Company » 

The TTniim Cash Grocerv Company ^ 

TbeGrlHwolt] Lineeed Oil Company 

The Achert Company - 

The Holitor Loan and Building Company 

The Miilin and Company , 

The Toledo Stone Company 

Tlie Ohio Linseed Oil Company 

The Canton. Myers' Lakn anri Maesillon Railway Company.., 

The Brinr Hill Men'handlHe Company 

The Peck Car Coupler Company _ 



BKPOBT OF BECRBTARY OF STATB. 



OoHPAxus FtuKo CiBTincATH of SimtmFTioii, no. — Oontinaed. 



Name of companj. 



The Maneflelil SaviiiKS Bjnk 

The Ohin RoUtr Kink CompHuy 

The Cititeus' Electrk Light C -mpMDj 

The O^nion Street Railway Company _ _ 

The Kirkwood SUble CompHDj 

The Toledo Trttiisfer Company _ „ 

The Dillon Nul-Look Comimtiy , 

The Ftndlay Nalural Gas Compaay 

The Tijledu C-rDl and Ice Company. 

The Reporter Printins Company 

The Canton Tabernacle Company 

The U. P. West and Bra Company , 

The Marion 8ifnm Shovel Company 

The Frost anil Unlch Man u Fact nrin^ Company 

The Fort Kiiiley Lumber Company 

The Bprint^fii^ld Paper Bucket Company 

The B>nd Hiil Hall Company „ 

The Oincmndti Consolidated B'int Store Coispanj. 

The Wftverly Hub and Spoke Works Company _ 

The Colifmbua Vinegar Works Company _ 

The James Ohten and Sons Saw Manufactoring Company _.. 

The Toledo Electric Company _ 

The Buindard Ice Com puny >... 

The Mills Machine Company 

The Zjineeville Kire Brick Company 

The U. S. Fire Clay Company 

The Stinebrintt Adjaslable Saw Tooth Company 

The Betmoiii Oil and G-ia Company 

The Sbervrin Williams Company. 

The Siigenderph Roofing »Dd Paint Company- 

The Coppi'r King Miniuf; and Reduction Oomp*ny » 

The Rei DiHinlectant Company 

The Meara Pulp Barrel Company 

The Djylou Gardeners' Company 

The American Nnil Machine Company-. 

The Locomotive Improvement Company 

The National Rcniiing Company - 

The Soriiitffiel'l Seed C'lmpany. 

The Bletner M in ti facta rinj; Company 

The Western Central Preaaed Brick Company 

The Lake ItnmKe CompRny 

The Union Collar and Net Company - _ 

The Standrtrd Saloon Fixture Company. _-.... 

The Palm Bros, and Company 

The Huiiipbrejs ManufacturinK Company 

The BuckeveClay Telephone Cnmpany 

The West CiowimaU Turner Hali Company 

The Wooater Gas and Mining Company 

The Citiaeiis' Telegraph and Telephone Company.. 

Tlie Cleveland Carriage Goods Companry 

The Clay Commercial Telephone and l^l^raph Company .. 

The Stoad:ird Uauufactntiug Company- 

The Ohio Rake Company 

The Ada Machine Company _ 



INCORPORATIONS. 



215 



GoMPANiBB FiLiNO Cbbtificatbb OP SoBecRiPTiON, BTC.— Oontuiaed. 



Nam« of company. 



The Merchants' Protective anl Collecting Company^ 

The Cleveland Riding School Company 

The Cincinnati led Machine Company 

The Bntta Cannel Coal Company.. 

The Dayton and Ironton Railroad Company 

The Improved Day Shoe Company.. 

The Ohio fjgg Case Company 

The Thomas Bradford Company 

The Cincinnati Cremation Company 

The Sqnare Hole Aa^r Company 

Tlie Henry Seibel Pnnting Company 

The Toledo Cotton Mill Company 



Date of filing. 



1684. 

November 6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

7 

11 

II 

18 

18 

18 

14 



RBPOBT OF SECRETARY OF 8TATI. 



MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES. 



RAILROADS. 



r KODTs, BSAXGB Liitn, jumciAi. salh, etc. 

Deermberil, 1888. The Cleveland, Youngstown and litlBburgti Railway Com- 
pany — Certificate cnring defect in corporate proceedinge. 

Fthruury 11, 18S4. The Euclid Railroad CompHoy— Certificate of FreBident tor 
construction ol braoc-h lineR. 

April 26, 188*. The Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company— 
CertilltateB locating Brier Bill Branch and The Thtrn Hill Branch in Mahoning 
connty. 

July 23, 1884. The Iron Railroad Company— Cerllfica I e of judicial sate and 
reorganisation under the name of Tbe Iron Railway Company, 

Augutt I, 1884. The Central Union Station and Railway Company— CertiScate 
anth«rli-.iDK tbe iseue of preferred stock. 

Oelober 13, 1884. The Valley Railway Company— Certificate to conatmcl branch 

November 6, 1884. The Tol^o, Delphoe and Burlington Railroad Company- 
Certificate of judicial sale, etc. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Ftbraary 1, 1881. Tlia Greeraville Methodist Oonlerence of Knox Oonnty — 
Certificate creating a Board of Trnatees, etc. 

March 14, 1884. The Sweet Moulding Company — Certificate of anrrender of 
cbarlei and corporate rights. 

itarch 28, 1884. Tbe United Brelhrea in Obriet, Sandusky Conference— Certi- 
ficato creating a Board of Trusteea, etc. 

Mardi 31, 18S4. The Boyd Manufactnring Company— Certificate changiug office 
from LsTdnna ta Ripley, 

AprU 13, 188*. The Board of Trade of Columbus, O.— Certificate disbanding 
said Board. 

April 14, 1884. The Bellefont^ne Preabytery— Certificate creating a Board of 
Trnatees, etc, 

April 15, 1884 The Cesko Catoticky Podporajici Spoiek Svatiho Jana Nepom- 
neki ho— Certificate curing defect in the name. 

Septtmlrr 12, 1884. The Polisb Su Stauialaus Endowment AsBociition-Certiflctite 
creating Board of Trnateea, etc. 

Oaober 20, 18S4. The Goae School of Applied Scienceo— Certificate ol schedule 
of property. 



PAPER AND STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, 



FOR THE YEAR 1884. 



16 8.S. 



Officb of thx Skcbbtart of State, 

Columbus, Ohio, December 1, 1884. 
7b the OenercU Auembly of Ohio : 

I have the honor to submit herewith my second annual report, being for the 

year ending November 15, 1884, according tq Section 139, Revised Statutes, requiring 

the Secretary of State to prepare, annually, ''from the official reports, and from 

whatever other reliable sources he may have access to, as full, accurate, and 

intelligible tables of the statistics of Ohio as may be in his power, and report the 

result of his labors to the General Assembly at its next meeting." 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, . 

Jas. W. Nkwm an, 

Secretary of Slate, 



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QUADRENNIAL ENUMERATION OF MALE INHABITANTS OVER TWESTT- 1 


ONE YEARS OF AGE, IS OHIO, AH TAKEN BY ASSESSORS IN APRIL, 1 


1883. UNDER PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1527, REVISED STATUTES OF 1 


OHIO, AND RETURNED TO THE AUDITOR OF STATE; ALSO THE ■ 


UNITED STATES CENSUS ENUMERATION. 1S80. SAME CLASS OF IN- 1 


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6,014 

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7,314 
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5,646 
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6.592 
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6.969 
6,181 
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6,601 
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8.761 

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6,890 
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Crawford _ 

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247 



QiTADBSNNiAL ENUMERATION OF Malb Inhabitantb, btc. — Continued. 



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White. Colored. 



5,748 
6,623 
5,172 
9,486 
6,9)3 
23,974 
4,637 
5,161 
11,940 
4,586 
4,991 
3,706 
7,513 
6,624 
3,743 
7.470 
5,911 
6,010 
9,211 
8,817 
7,475 
7,069 
9 368 
6,605 
16.110 
12,173 
10.436 
9,362 
5,605 
5,951 
3,737 
6.897 
9,258 
10.469 
6,028 
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370 

34 

36 

88 

11 

14 

166 

811 

299 

255 

41 

90 



25 

634 

86 

204 

43 

123 

73 

92 

40 

28 

102 

75 

22 

256 

249 

38 

6 

21 

28 



Total, 1883. 



!■•■••• 



786,050 ' 17,583 



5,779 
7,009 
6,237 
9.695 
6,969 
24,344 
4,671 
6,199 
12,028 
4.697 
5,005 
3,872 
7,824 
6,923 
3.998 
7,511 
6,001 
6,010 
9,236 
9,351 
7.611 
7,273 
9,411 
6,728 
16.183 
12,265 
10,476 
9,390 
5,707 
6.026 
3.759 
7.152 
9,507 
10,607 
6.034 
9,064 
5,666 



Total, 1880. 



803.633 



6,04! 
7,651 
6,284 
9.474 
6,043 
23,511 
6,002 
6,182 
12.346 
4,778 
6,128 
8,240 
7,296 
6,916 
4,188 
7,975 
6,417 
6.668 
9,656 
9.933 
8.125 
7,942 
9,649 
6,938 
16,125 
11,969 
12.072 
9,921 
5.799 
6,566 
4,024 

10.184 

10,209 

6.161 

8,890 

6J66 

826,577 



248 



BXPORT OF 8E0BETABT OF STATE. 



POPULAR VOTE IN BACH STATE FOR PRESIDENT IN ItTG^ 1880, AND 1884. AND 



States. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California.... 

Colorado 

Connecticut. 

Delaware 

Florida 

QeonK^a.. 

niiiioia 

Indiana 

Iowa 



Kansas 

Kentucky.. 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts.... 

Michigan 

Minnesota.. 

Mississippi 

Missouri^ 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carollua.. 
Ohio 



Oregon 

Pennsylvania.... 
Rhode Island.... 
South Carolina. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia., 

West Vlrfinla... 
Wisconsin.. 



ToUl 

Majority. 









10 
6 
6 
8 
• 
S 
4 

11 
21 
15 
11 
5 
12 
8 

* 

8 

18 

11 

5 

8 

15 

:^ 

8 

f> 

9 

35 
10 
22 

2» 
4 
7 

12 
8 
5 

11 
5 

10 



869 



1876. 



J 



102,989 

58,071 

76,468 

By Lctii 

61,w;i4 

18.881 

22,927 

130,088 

268.601 

213,526 

112.121 

87.902 

159.6H6 

70.608 

49.917 

91.780 

108,777 

141.095 

48,799 

112,173 

203.077 

17,564 

9,308 

88.509 

115.962 

521,949 

125,427 

823.182 

14.149 

366,204 

10,712 

90,896 

l.-«,166 

104,803 

20.350 

139.670 

66.495 

123,926 



4.285,992 
145,711 



c 

I 
.•1 



68.708 

88.669 

79,279 

slature. 

59 o:^ 

10,752 

2;{.849 

50,146 

278,232 

208,011 

171.326 

7M,.322 

97.156 

75315 

66^00 

71,981 

150,063 

166,584 

72.962 

52,6a5 

145.029 

81.916 

10,383 

41.589 

103.517 

489.207 

108,417 

830.698 

15.206 

884.184 

15.787- 

91370 

89..'>66 

44.803 

41,428 

95.558 

42.046 

130,070 



4,033.768 



.5 



11 
6^ 



289 
44 

V74 



17.233 
9.533 
9.001 
7,776 
1,914 



663 
S.S 

779 
9.U60 
2,311 



S498 
2,320 



76 

712 

3,987 



3,057 

510 

7,187 

68 



1,873 
1.509 



81,737 



Q 
O 



CO 



• •••««••■•• 



878 



• •••••»• 



141 

8« 
119 
818 



K4 

766 

•72 



64 
1.599 



4S 

2JSS9 

1,636 



1319 
60 



27 



9,522 



^Plurality ; all oyer Garfleld, 311.115. 



Total vote in 1876, 8,426,273. 



Total vote in 



In Iowa» Michigan, and Nebraska, there were Democratic nnd Greenback fusion electors^ and in 
votes given above for Cleveland! were considered Butler votes. Tlu^ fusion vote in the four othei 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



249 



THE N'UMBER OF ELECTOBA.L VOTES IN EACH STATE, 1873-1883 AND I88»-1S93. 



S 



J^ 



6i>,775 
80.42G 
24.fi47 

15^275 

10'2,470 
277;i2l 

105,815 
A9,80l 

149.068 
65,067 
6.M71 
9:1,706 

111.960 

181,597 
53,315 
75.750 

208609 

0,618 

40.794 
122.865 
^34,51l 
124,208 
840.821 

19.948 
407.4*28 

10,779 
112312 
128.191 
156,428 

18,816 
12K.586 

57,391 
114,649 



4,444.952 



1880. 






56.221 

4*2,436 

8034^ 

27,450 

67.071 

14,133 

23,654 

54.086 

818j037 

282,161 

183,927 

l2lAitf 

106,306 

8S,(W7 

74,039 

78,515 

16f>,205 

185,341 

93.903 

84.854 

lf>:i..V>7 

54.979 

8.732 

44.852 

V20A'» 

555,514 

115374 

375.048 

20,610 

444,704 

18,195 

58,071 

107.677 

57,893 

45,567 

84, 

46,2-43 

144,400 



4,454.416 
♦9,464 






4.642 
4,079 
3,392 
1,435 
868 
120 



9«0 
26,358 
12.98«» 
32.701 
19,851 
11,4*)9 
439 

4,408 
818 

4,548 
34.895 

3.'2r.7 

5.797 
85,l:i5 

3.9)0 



5J8 

2,».17 

12.373 

1,120 

6,(5<i 

249 

20.668 

•2« 

my 

6,917 

27,405 

1J215 



o 
:3 



.4 



4U9 



443 



592 

25 

258 



93 



682 
942 

'286 



■ »« •• •••• •• • 



180 

191 

1/>17 



1,939 
20 



48 



9,079 
7,966 



69 



808,578 



10,3a> 






93,002 

72.927 

89,288 

27.627 

67.167 

16,976 

81,699 

94J567 

812,851 

245,012 

177.316 

90.132 

152,961 

62,546 

51,656 

96,946 

122,352 

189361 

70,066 

76,510 

235,988 

54391 

6.573 

39,192 

1'27,778 

563.154 

142,952 

368,*280 

24j598 

392.785 

12,391 

69,890 

133.270 

223,208 

17331 

II •i.t 

67317 

146.460 



4.910,545 I 
t«5.*297 i. 



1^4. 



a 
ga 



59.466 

50395 

102,416 

86,277 

65393 

13,053 

27.972 

47,603 

837.469 

288,511 

197.069 

154,406 

118a32 

46347 

71,716 

85,748 

146,724 

192,669 

111,68^ 

48.609 

202.9*29 

76.912 

7.189 

43,149 

123366 

562.005 

125.06H 

400.062 

28345 

478304 

19,030 

21.738 

124,090 

88,358 

89314 

189356 

63,096 

lii .1 



I 

h 



762 



2,087 

1,938 

1,684 

10 



126 

10,907 

8.820 

16345 

1,693 

120 

8,994 

847 

24382 

763 

8383 



560 

8,466 

17.001 



5.179 

726 

16,992 

422 



957 

8331 
785 

805 
4398 



4345,248 132336 



a 
o 

23 
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CO 



609 



236:4 

761 

2,489 

64 



184 

11384 

8.031 

1.472 

4,495 

8,189 

888 

2.143 

2,794 

9,928 

18.40:) 

4,684 



2,153 
23^9 



1375 

6.153 

25,0U6 

454 

11,069 

479 

15,283 



1,151 
8311 
1,752 
182 
939 
7,656 



150376 



10 

7 

8 

3 

6 

8 

4 

12 

22 

15 

18 

9 

18 

8 

6 

8 

14 

18 

7 

9 

16 

5 

8 

4 

9 

86 

11 

28 

8 

80 

4 

9 

12 

18 

4 

12 

6 

11 



401 



1880,9,219,947. 



t Plurality ; all oyer ClevelaDd, 246320. 



Total vote lu 1884, 10,067310. 



Missouri and West Virginia Republican and Greenback fusion electors. In Michigan, 41390 o( the 
Btate«» nami d was not separately slaUxL 



BEPORT OF SECRET.! BV OF STATE. 

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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



251 



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ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



254 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OP 8TATB. 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



VOTE ON GOVERNOR FROM 1803 TO 1860, INCLUSIVE. 



Year. 



1803. 

1805 

1807. 

1808. 

1810. 
1812 
1814 
181(5. 



1818. 



1820. 



1822. 



1824 



1826. 



1828. 



Names. 



Edward Tiffin 
Edward Tiffia 



IRetarn J. Meigs... 
Nathaniel Massie. 



Samuel Hantin^^ton ... 
Thomas Worthington. 
Thomas Kirker 



Retarn J. Meigs......... 

Thomas Worthington 



Retarn J. Meigs. 
Thomas Scott ... 



Thomas Wortbuigton 
Othniel Looker 



Thomas Worthington. 

James Dunlap 

Ethan A.Brown 



Ethan A. Brown 
James Danlap ... 



Ethan A. Brown 

IJeremiah Morrow...-. 

William H. Harrison 
{Scattering.. 



"Jeremiah Morrow ... 

Allen Trimble 

William W.Irvin.... 



Jeremiah Morrow ... 
Allen Trimble . 



Allen Trimble 

John Bigger 

Alex. Campbell ... 
Benjamin Tappan 
Scattering 



Allen Trimble 

John W. Campbell 
Scattering.. 



Vote. 



4,564 



4,783 



6,060 
4,767 



7,293 
5,601 
3.897 



9,924 
7731 



11,859 
7,903 



16,879 
6,171 



> • •• ■ 9 t 



22,931 
6,295 
1,607 



30,194 
8,075 



34,836 

9,426 

4,348 

240 



26,059 
22,889 
11,050 



39,526 
37,108 



71,475 

4,114 

4,765 

4,192 

187 



53,970 

51,951 

112 



Total vote. 



4,564 
4,788 

10,807 

16,291 
17,665 
19,762 
22,060 

30,838 



48,850 



60,008 



76,684 



84,788 



106,088 



ELKCTtOM BTATtSTICa. 

YoTK Oil GonsROB, nc.— Continued. 



t^. 


Namea. 


Vote. 


Total Tote. 






4».IW8 

4M,I8fi 

326 

71.!lfil 

63,ieft 

83 

70.788 

67,414 

SB 




















99,080 
















Robert Ldctm 


184,469 














Joaeph Vance- 

Ell Baldwin - 


168,190 




1«,a04 

6S,1A8 

800 










178,668 




107,88* 
10S,146 

145.442 
12»,31i 

m.7t4 

117,902 

6,184 

40 

14«,S33 
146,068 

^1? 


















310,087 


















874,768 
























242,860 




KavidTod 

LeicesiBr Kind 

ScatteriDif- 


800,804 




118,869 

116,484 

10,797 

46 

148,260 

147,886 

989 










Samael Uwie - 


246,196 


















897,076 




138,093 
121,106 




William JohnsQD 














268,088 







REPORT OF aKPBETARY OF STATE. 



VOTE CAST AT STATE AND PBESIDESTIAL ELKCTIOSS IN OHIO, FROM 
1852 TO 18S4, INCLUSIVE. 



Year. 


Officers to be 
elected. 




Votes each 
rei-eived. 


Total rata 
cast 






WinfieldScntt 


152.li23 

ltS8,H33 
31.732 

85,857 

147.IW3 
50,846 

18fi.498 
lOtt.075 

146.770 
131,1)1H 
24,276 

1874H7 
170,874 
28,126 

160,668 
159,066 
10,272 

182.SM2 
I62.B10 

181,557 
171, 2i» 

221,809 
187.421 
12,1413 
11,803 
136 

20fl.i«7 
151.7JH 

178,756 
184.315 

affl,374 
187,492 












J.hnP. B«le 

Neldon Barrere- 


353.188 




Supreme Judge... 






Sumutl Lewis 


288,866 












285.573 




Presideni 












less 




302,066 






JumeHBuvhaniiii^ 

M. Fillmore 


886,497 




Supreme Judge. . 


H. B. P«vne 






William V. Peek _ 


329.906 








W. Denoiaon, Jr 

R. P. R^nney 

Abraham Linraln 






356,788 
















.lobn U. Brei-kenridge 






David Tod _ 

H. J. Jewetl 


432,868 




Secretarv o( State 








368.791 










John Rrousfa 


363.070 




Secretary of State 






William Henry Smith 


476.866 




237,210 
182,438 

265.654 

205,f.»y 










418,649 














471,»8 







ELBCTION fITATIBTICS. 257 

Vora Oavt at Statb ahi> Psuidkntial Elbotioh*, xto.— GonUnaed. 



of candidates. X^l!.'.??'' '^'*!f' .'"" 



GoverDOT 

Secretary of Slati 

G.™erDor 

Secretary of Sui> 

Preaident „ 

Governor 

Secretarf of tjut« 

Governor 

Secretary ot 8t«t« 

Preaident -... 

Governor 

Secretary ot State 



J. D, Cox , 

George W. Morft^n „... 

Willism Henry Pmiih 
Beiijamio Lefever 

R. B.Hayes 

A. G. Thurman 

I. R. Bherwood 

Thomas Hobbard ,.;.., 

U.S. Grant 

H, Seymoor 

R. B. Hnves 

Q. U. Pe'ndlAon 

Uamuel Scott „ 

I. R. Sherwood 

Wjliium Heialey 

JnyOdeil 

Edward F. Noyea„ 

Oe'rge W. Hu'Cook...., 
Gideon T. 8t«wart 

A. T. Wiknff- 

Aqoila Wiley 

F. tk;hiimacfaer_ 

U. S. nmnt 

H.* ue (irpeley 

jMinesDiuclc 

Char Its O'Connor 

Scattering , 

Edward F. Nojes 

William Allen - 

Gideon T. Stewart 

Isaac C. Collins 

Allen T.Wikofr 

William Bell,Jr 

John K. Bticbtel 

R. B. Hayea 

WilliHm Allen 

Jay Oilell 

Sc^ttf^ring , 

Milton Barnes 

William Bell.Jr 

E. S. Chapman- 



238 273 
2t8.10n 

4,084 

2W.B30 
251.780 

a.04n 

281 .862 
244,;i21 

a 000 

1.183 



221.204 

23S.40ti 

7fllB 



BRPOBT OF BBCRBTABY OF STATE. 

Vote Cabt at Statb akd PBUiDBtiTtAL Elbctions, etc.— ContiDUed. 



Secretary of Stat* 



Secretary of Stati' 



NameB of candidal 



RB. Hayes 

tJKmuel J. Tiltlen „ . 

G.Ciay Smith 

Prter Cooper. 

.lamen B. Walker 

Scattering, elc 

William H. West 

Richard M. Biah-ip 

Lewia H. Blind- 

Ntpnhen Johnaton 

Henry A. TbompBoii ... 

Milt'in Barnes 

DdvidR, Paige 

Andrew Buy _ 

Jeremiah N. Robinscii. . 



CharleaFiwIer- 

Thomaa EwIdk 

Gideon T. Btevart.. 

A.S'iDderaPiatt 

John Hood 



'iharleaTowneend 

William LaoK 

Chaa. A. Lloyd- 

Wm. H Doan 

Si:atterinK, etc 

James A.Gsr6eld 

Winfield S. Honcoik .. 

JanifB B. Weaver. 

Seal Dow 

Scattering, etc 

Charl-B Foster 

John W. Bnnkwalter... 
Abraham K. Ladlow... 

John SfiiK 

ScHttering 

Charles Town aend 

Janiea W. Newman 

F.Kchuma-her 

G'ortte L. Hafer 

Scattering, «tc. ' 

Joseph B. Foraker 

GoiiTga Hoadly- 

F. N)humaoher- 

Charles Jeokins 

Scattering, etc. * 



I2,4i» 



312,73^ 

288.428 

IH.f)»7 

K,330 



347. 1«4 

3511,tt«3 
SMi 
2W.^7 
3.154 



ELEwTION STATISTICS. 



259 



VoTB Oast at State and Presidential Elections, etc.— Continued. 



Year. 


Officers to be 
elected. 

• 


Names of candidates. 


Votes each 
received. 


Total vote 
cast. 


1884 


Secretary of State 
President 


James 8. Robinson 


391.597 

380,355 

3,499 

8.607 

1,633 






Jamps W, Newman... tT.t.... 






feter M. Harold 






£van J. Morris.. 






Scattering, etc.* 






James G. Blaine 


785,691 


1884 


400.082 

368.280 

11,069 

5 179 

2.549 






Grover Oleveland 






Jobn P. St. John 






Beni. F. Bntler 






Scattering, etc * 








787,169 







* ''Scattering" inclndes vote^ cast for names of persons not regalar candidAtes, and votes that 
ooald not be legallj counted. 



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263 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTES OAST FOR SECRETARY OF STATE AT THE ELEC- 
TIOJ^ HELD OCTOBER U, 1884, IS THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula... 

Athens 

Auglaize .... 
Belmont .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll.. 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Olermont — 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance .... 
Delaware.... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin .... 

Fulton 

Gallia , 

Greauga 

Greene 

Guernsey... 
Hamilton ... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison^..., 

Henry 

Highland... 

Hocking 

Hobnes 

Huron... ..r.. 

Jackson 

Jefferson.... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence .. 

Licking 

Logan 




2,858 
3,265 
2,588 
6,959 
3,776 
1,938 
6,196 
3,159 
3,981 
2,285 
4,122 
7,282 
4,335 
3,770 
6,772 
2,798 
2,707 

22,839 
4,342 
2,182 
3,492 
3,359 
3,149 
3,129 

10,783 
2,793 
3,665 
2,746 
4,794 
3.441 

37,230 
3,269 
3,795 
2,763 
1,860 
3,619 
1,746 
1,328 
4,553 
3,406 
4,719 
3,595 
2,802 
4,704 
4,484 
3,846 



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2.935 
4,518 
3.348 
2,645 
2,411 
3.950 
5.954 
4,272 
6,887 
1,691 
3,103 
5,319 
4,263 
2,298 
4,599 
3,497 
4,920 

20,780 
5,564 
3,326 
3,174 
4,262 
5,024 
2,206 

12,057 
1,957 
2,360 
867 
2,648 
2,674 

34,722 
3,645 
3,425 
2,122 
3.247 
3,542 
2,539 
3,346 
3,380 
2,721 
3,347 
3,602 
1,143 
3,306 
6,057 
2,653 



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Abstract of Votes Cast for. Secretary of State, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison , 

Mahoning.... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway .... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Boss 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark.. 

Summit 

Trumbull .... 
Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington .. 

Wavne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



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5,836 
8,208 
2,828 
6,827 
2,409 
8,402 
4,181 
1,677 
5,210 
1,686 
10.»71 
2.500 
2,584 
5,874 
2,462 
1,484 
2,188 
8.204 
2,880 
1,759 
8,848 
8,151 
2,195 
8,968 
4,716 
8,128 
4,019 
3,849 
2,381 
8,074 
6,565 
6,285 
4,267 
8,506 
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1,750 
4,281 
4,800 
4,546 
2,885 
4,517 
2,344 



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7,866 
2,468 
4,681 
8,150 
2,187 
2,650 
8,915 
4.228 
4.080 
11,640 
2,008 
2,176 
5,867 
2,148 
2,957 
2,202 
3,329 
3,985 
2,888 
8,279 
2,867 
4,016 
5,288 
4,868 
8,790 
8,297 
5,064 
8,557 
8.296 
4.976 
3,140 
5,292 
2,322 
3,011 
1.988 
2,541 
4,714 
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2,981 
3.883 
3,096 



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88 

90 

116 

104 

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58 

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245 

278 
73 

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RIPORT OF BECSSTASY OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR JDDGE OF TBE SUPREME COURT, AT 
THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER U, 188*. IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



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Bntler "'.;."".'..' 

Carroll 

Gbumpaign .. . 

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Clennont -,... 

Clinton- 

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Coebocton ..- 

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Oayahoga 

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Deamre 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Payette- 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geanga 

Greene 

Gaerneey 

Uamiltnn 

Hancock- 

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2,934 


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4,483 


3,60& 


8,883 






3,793 


2,188 


I,».i4 


3,934 


6,1M 


5,981 


3,163 


4ji66 


4,021 


6,857 


2JS12 


1.882 


4,125 


3,109 


7.318 


fi,302 


4,313 


4,294 


3,786 


2,296 


6,773 


4,694 


2,810 


3,476 


2,706 


4.921 


22.920 


20,666 


4,340 


5,6S» 


2,180 


8,329 






3,394 


4,220 


3,1 in 


5,044 




2,I9S 


10,894 


11.987 


2,799 


l,9Sl 


3.684 


2,348 


a,754 




4,St^ 


2,608 



3,678 
1,765 
1,346 
4,593 
8,414 
4,711 
8,649 
2.ao6 
4,739 
4,636 



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8,654 
5,798 
2,433 
3,406 
4,116 
1,«78 
5,228 
1.615 
10.987 
2,507 
2.685 
5.924 
3.456 
1.513 
2.187 
8,210 
2,900 
1,786 
3.8B0 
3,11)1 
2,194 
8.987 
4.715 
3,181 
4.100 
3,878 
2,362 
8,090 
6,562 
6,283 
4,244 
3.489 
3.051 
1,759 
4,275 
4,806 
4,682 
2,884 
4,5IH 
2.838 

392.918 


7,864 
2,441 
4,712 
3,130 
2,183 
2,661 
3.H15 
4,209 
4,035 
11,616 
2,005 
2,179 
5,829 
2,151 
2.933 
2,202 
3.266 
8,916 
2,301 
8,269 
2,867 
4.018 
6,221 
4.872 
3,783 
8,210 
6.051 
3,633 
8,295 
4,963 
3,129 
6286 
2,322 
8,008 
1.927 
2.543 
4,716 
4,892 
2,973 

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118 

104 
18 

107 
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96 

199 
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9 
26 
17 
198 
184 
18 
115 
83 
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ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, 
AT THE ELECnOS HELD OCTOBER 14, 1884, IN THE OTATE OF OHIO. 



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3,801 
1,978 
fl,21li 
3,146 
4.080 
a.307 
4,127 
7,818 
4,314 
3.7H3 
B.820 
a.809 
2,704 
83,247 
4,34a 

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3,482 
3,4S9 
3,146 
3,134 

10884 
2,793 
3,(i73 
a,7fi» 
4,825 
3,485 

37.M7 
3,262 
3,706 

a,77ti 

1.913 
3,672 
1,758 
1,344 
4,S8a 
3,397 
4:762 
3,B67 
a.778 
4,690 
4.A19 
8,887 


2,936 
4,461 
3,337 

2,tioa 

2,177 
3,929 
5,932 
4,281 
6,843 
1,H82 
3.099 
5.258 
4,277 
2,293 

4:bu 

3.474 

4,919 
20,366 
5,551 
3.259 
3.161 
4,186 
6,009 
2,197 
U,«40 
1.946 
2,349 
856 
2,B00 
2,645 
34,232 
3,812 
3,502 

3:193 
3,540 

a,si8 

3:305 
3,337 
8.715 
3,296 
3,818 
1,131 
3,322 
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86 
89 
107 
882 
140 
6 
80 
4 
84 
68 
88 
358 
36 
185 
98 
27 
89 
426 
62 
11 
387 
69 
73 
40 
216 
232 
49 
178 
288 
170 
146 
66 
87 
96 
21 
91 
14 
30 
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91 
84 
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10,119 


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7 813 
12,997 






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44,101 
10,001 




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6,996 
7789 
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6,890 
83,146 


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4 
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6.347 
73.766 
7.001 
7JI07 
4.967 
6.129 
7.881 
4,480 
4,719 
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4,107 
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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



271 



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Counties. 



Lorain 

LacHS 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

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Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montf(omery . 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muf'kingum ... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage , 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richlaad 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shj-lby 

SUrk 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas .. 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren , 

Washington.. 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



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5,355 
8,471 
2,«44 
5,843 
2.424 
3,408 
4,122 
1,680 
5,217 
1,639 
11,0«1 
2.487 
2,5«9 
5,879 
2,464 
1,523 
2,137 
3,215 
2,892 
1,776 
3.860 
3.146 
2,188 
3,992 
4,721 
3,142 
4,093 
3,889 
2,3i0 
8,140 
6.604 
6,292 
4,273 
3,486 
3,052 
1,762 
4,277 
4,796 
4,549 
2,888 
4,531 
2,337 

393,885 



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3,175 
7,601 
2.445 
4,661 
3,139 
2.179 
2,651 

4.212 
4,028 
11.545 
1,999 
2,179 
5,a50 
2,143 
2,919 
2,199 
3,255 
3,930 
2,313 
3250 
2.865 
4,020 
5,204 
4,861 
3,760 
3,223 
5,016 
8,536 
8,197 
4,822 
3,106 
4,930 
2,3^1 
8,007 
1,925 
2,541 
4,710 
4,912 
2,963 
3,861 
3,104 

376,602 



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156 

81 

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80 
71 
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121 

72 

81 

105 

123 

107 

18 

120 

3 

101 

120 

211 

80 

63 

12 



14 

25 

18 
205 
195 

21 
145 

37 

60 

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22 
151 
257 
292 

81 
153 

11 
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59 

61 
111 

59 
158 

43 

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8,656 
16,024 
5,173 
10,811 
6,668 
5,754 
6,904 
5,569 
9,667 
6,686 
22,790 
4,614 
4,992 
11,852 
4.713 
4,466 
4,341 
6.836 
6,863 
4,131 
7,403 
6,212 
6.239 
9,348 
9,634 
7.010 
7,370 
9,078 
5,913 
16,835 
11,966 
9,798 
9,691 
5,972 
6,082 
3,702 
6.899 
9,634 
9,610 
5,996 
8,633 
5,495 

785,691 



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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE OF 

THE STATE OF OHIO. 



State House, Columbus, 0., December 2, 1884. 

On this day, at 12 o'clock noon, the following named Electors of 
President and Vice-President of the United States, chosen at an elec- 
tion held in said State on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in 
November, 1884, met at the ofSce of the Governor, and announced to 
him their presence as required by law : 

Tobn Beatty, Philander B. Cole, George Adams, 

James M. Comly, Ralph P. Backland, Rodney M. Stimson, 

John Ross Baumes, Charles £. Kirker, John S. Roller, 

Robert G. Corwin, Edward 3. Wilson, Albert W. Stiles, 

Andrew R. Calderwood, Joseph F. Wheeler, Ulysses L. IVlarvin. 

Samuel Taylor, Jesse R. Fouike, 

Lovell B. Harris, William A. Bovey, 

[Four Electors, namely, Samuel Bailey, Jr., Alonzo'B. Holcombe, Asa S. Bosh- 
nell, and William Kaufmann failed to report their presence to the Governor at or 
prior to the hour named above.] 

The Governor then delivered to each Elector present a certificate, 
of which the following is a copy : 

In the name and by the authority of the State of Ohio, 

George Hoadly, Oovemor qf $aid Suue : 

To ad to wlwm these presents shall comet greeting : 

Pursuant to the laws of the United States, I, George Hoadly, Governor of the 
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that John Beatty, James M. Comly, Samuel Bailey, 
Jr., IJohn Ross Baumes, Robert G. Corwin, Andrew R. Calderwood, Samuel Taylor, 
Alonzo B. Holcombe, Lovell B. Harris, Asa S. Bushnell, Philander B. Cole, Ralph P. 
Buckland, Charles £. Kirker, Edward S. Wilson, Joseph F. Wheeler, Jesse R. 
Fouike, William A. Bovey, George Adams, Rodney M. Stimson, John S. Roller, 
Albert W. Stiles, Ulysses L. Marvin and William Kaufmann have been duly 
chosen and appointed Electors of President and Vice-President of the United Staten, 
for the State of Ohio, at an election for that purpose held therein on the Tuesday 
next after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1884, agreeably to the provisions of 



278 



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SEPOBT or SECRETABT OF STATS. 



IwiTH of sttid State, BDil in conformity with the ConatitutiOD anii Lnws of the 
TTuited (States, for the parpoee of giving In their v»tes for President hdiI Vjce-Preai- 
dent of the Uuited States, for their respeutive terms prescribed b? the UonsLilDlIoB 
of the UniiuJ Suteg, to begin on ihe fuurih duj of Muub, A. D. 1865. 

In leBtimon; whereof I have hei-ennloael mj bHDd, and caased 
[asAi..] the lireat Seal of the Sute of Ohio to he affiled, at the Cit; of Co- 
lumbus, this 2d day of December, 1684, 

(Signed) GaoaOB Hoadlt. 

By the Ooveroor ; 

(Signed) Jauss W. Nswmas, 

Secrtlary of Sloln. 



A temporary org:a[iization was euggeBted, and the suf!ge!>tioii was 
concurred in unanimously; and tfaereupon, on motion of Eltwtor John 
Beatty, Elector Ralph P. BuckUnd was chosen Chainoan, and on 
motion of Elector Rodney M. Stimson, Elector Ulysses L. Marvin was 
chosen Secretary, 

UiMin motion of Elfictor Albert W. Siiles, E. T. Hall, of Columbue, 
was chosen Clerk, to aseist the Secretary, and upon motion of Elector 
Rodney M. Stimson, 8ila» N. Field, of Columbus, was chosen Ser>ceant- 
at- Arras. 

Elector John S. Roller moved that a committee of three upoa 
permanent organization be apfH9inted. The motion was adopted, and 
the Chairman appointed Electors John S. Roller, Philander 11. Cole, and 
William A. Bovey to be the committee. 

Elector Robert G. Corwin moved that a committee of three upon 
rules and order of business be appointed. The motion was adopted. 
and the Chairman appointed Electors Robert G, Corwin, John Beatty. 
and George Adams to be the committee. 

Elector Albert W. Stiles moved that a committee of three upon 
mileage and per diem be appointed. The motion was adopted, and the 
Chairman appointed Electors Albert W. Stiles, Rodney M. Stimson, 
and Edward S. Wibon to be the committee. 

The Chairman directed the Clerk to prepare, prior to the permanent 
organization, all papers neoessary to facilitate the business of the 
Electoral College. 

Upon motion of Elector John Ross Btumes, the Chairman an- 
nounced an adjournment until 9 o'clock to-morrow morning, and that 
the Electors should meet at the Senate Chamber, in the State House, 
at that bou', to be prepared to act, if necessary, in pursuance of the 
provisions of sectiim 2973 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. 



election statistics. 279 

State House, Senate Chamber, 
Columbus, 0., December 3, 1884—9 o'clock A. M. 

The following-named Electors convened at the Senate Chamber' 
pursuant to adjournment, those absent at 12 o'clock- M. yesterday 
having subsequently reported their presence to the Governor, and 
received from him certificates of the election of the Electors: John 
Beatty, James M. Comly, Samuel Bailey, Jr., John Ross Baume^ Robert 
6. Corwin, Andrew R. Calderwood, Samuel Taylor, AlonzoB. Holcombe, 
Lovell B. Harris, Asa S. Bushnell, Philander B. Cole, Ralph P. Buckland, 
Charles E. Kirker, Edward. S. Wilson, Joseph F. Wheeler, Jesse R. 
Foulke, William A. Bovey, George Adams, Rodney M. Stimson, John 
S. Roller, Albert W. Stiles, Ulysses L. Marvin, and William Kaufmann. 

The journal of the proceedings of yesterday was read and approved. 

Elector Lovell B. Harris moved that a committee of three be ap- 
pointed to invite a Judge of the Supreme Court to administer to the 
Electors the oath required by the Constitution of the State; which was 
. agreed to and Electors Lovell B. Harris, Joseph F. Wheeler, and Wil- 
liam Kaufmann were appointed b3' the Chairman, 

The committee retired, and in due time returned, accompained by 
Hon. George W. Mcllvaine, one of the judges of said Court, who ad- 
ministered the oath to all the Electors except Andrew R. Calderwood, 
who affirmed. 

On motion of Elector John S Roller, the Electors proceeded to call 
upon the Governor at his office; and, having returned to iho Senate 
Chamber — 

On motion of Elector Asa S. Bushnell, a recess was taken until 12 
o'clock' M. 

State House, Senate Chamber, 
Columbus, 0., December 3, 1884 — 12 o'clock M. 

The Electors convened at this hour, pursuant to recess, and as 
required by statute. 

The first thing in order being the organization of the Electoral 
College — 

Elfcctcr John S. Roller, Chairman of the Committee on Permanent 
Organization, appointed at the temporary organization of yesterday, 
submitted the following report: 

The Committee on Permanent Organization reports as follows: 

For President of the Electoral Collej^e of Ohio, Elector Ralph P. Backland. 
For Secretary of the Electoral College of Ohio, Elector Ulysses L. Marvin. 



280 BEFORT OF BECBETARY OF STATE. 

WerecommeQil alao tViat the Clerk and Sergeanl-nt-Arms chosen m the ti 
porary orgiiniz.iiioii lie onrloueil for ilie permjinent or|;<iDizatioD. 
Reapecifully subioilted. 

iSigneH) .loiiN S. Roller, 

PlllLlNDEB B. COLI, 
WlLU.JI A. BOVKV. 



Thf' report was adopted imiiDimuus]y. and the ofticers so chosen 
entered ufxtn their duties. 

The Secretary then, I'V direction of the Pre-ident, called the roll of 
Klectorg, and all where found to be present. 

Elector Robirt G Corwin, Chairman of the Coraniittee on Rales 
and Order of liusinese appointed at the temporary urganizntiuii, sab- 
mittfd the following report: 

The Committee on RuIib and Order of Bueinesa report that tlie law in Ihe case 
is the only rule needed, and thiit Ihe order of bualnras Iherennder should l>e— 

t. BdllutiQK for President of the United St-itea. 

2. BallolitiKfor Vice PreaiUeot of Ihe United States. 

8. That telleis be appointed by Ihe President to receive the ballots for Presi- 
dent and Vice-President. 

4. Election of MetsenKer to cirry the returns to the Presideut of the Senate of 
the United Stati-s. 

5. Election of Meesenger to carry the returna to the Judge of the United States 
District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. 

6. Preparation and disposition of certifieatee ( 
Bespectfully suhmiltad. 

(Signed) 



a required by statutes. 



Robert G. CoawtH, 
John Bbattv, 
Gkobos Adaus. 

The report was adopted uniinimniisly. 

The I'residsnt then niiinnimed tlie next business in order to 
be, a vote by ballot for a p(?rs'n to be I'rcsideot of the United States for 
the term of four years, hegiunini: on the 4th day of March, 1885, and 
appointed Eibctors Lovell B, Hurris and Charles E. Kirker Tellers to 
receive the ballots. 

The vote was then taken, and the ballots canvassed, the result 
showing that all the ballots cai-l (iwenty-tbree) were for James G. 
Blaine, of the State of Muine ; and thereupon the President announced 
that the ballots of the Electors lor the State of Ohio had been cast 
unanimously for him to be President of the United States for the term 
aforesaid. 



ELECTION 8TATIflTIC8. 281 

The Preeiiient armouoced the next business in ortler to bn & vote 
by ballot for . iH-reon to be Vice-President of the United States for the 
term of four years, beginning on the 4th day of March, 1885, and ap- 
pointed Electors George Adams and Jesse R. Foulke Tellers to receiTe 
the ballots. 

The vote w:is tlien taken, and the ballots canvassed, the result 
showing that all the ballots taken (twenty- three) were for John A. 
Logan, of the State of Illinois; and thereupon the President announced 
that the ballots of the Electors for the State of Ohio bad been cast 
uoauimoiisly for him to be Vice-President of the United Stales for the 
term aforesaid. 

The election of Messengers being next in order, Elector John S. 
Roller offered the following resolution r 

AVw/pd/, That Ibe mode of Beletting the MeBsengera provided for by law be as 
follows ' Twenly'tbree cards shall be provided, on one of which shall be written the 
words " Messeiikier for Wiiflhingtoii ", and od another "MeBsenger to District Jatljje"; 
the buluUL-e of Che carda shad be blank; BHch shall be sealed in an envelope, and 
the envelopes shall be placed in a hat ; the roll of Electors shall then be called by 
districts, beginning with the Electors at- Large, and as the name o( each is called he 
shall draw an envelope lroii> the hat, and the two who draw the envelopes contain- 
inj; the cards wriUeu upon shall be the Messengers respectively as indimled. 

The resolution wa^ adopted, and the drawing having been made as 
therein provided for. re&ulted in the choice of Elector Philander B. Cole 
as Messenger to take charge of and deliver to the President of the Senate 
uf the United States a certificate of votes given as aforesaid, with list of 
Electors annexed, and of Elector Andrew R. Calderwood as Messenger 
fJ take charge of and deliver to the Judge of the District Court of 
the United States tor the Southern District of Ohio a like certificate 
with list of Electors annexed. 

Three certificates o:' the votes taken as aforesaid for a person to be 
President of the United States, and for a person to be Vice-President of 
the United States, for the term aforesaid, and of the results thereof, were 
then signed by all the Electors, and to each certificate was annexed one 
of the lists of Electors furnished to them by the Governor, 

Each of said certificates, with one of said lists annexed, was then 
sealed up separately and endorsed as required by Statute. The follow- 
ing is a copy of one of the triplicate certificates : 

E[JCnOIt!<' ClBTIFtCATK Or THUS VOTSS, 

Thf Slate of Ohio, m. 

We, the nnderaigned Electors of President and Vice-President of the United 
States of America, for the respective terms beginoinK on the foarth day of March, in 



'2S2 BKPORT OF BBCBETARY OF BTATB. 

Uie f ear of onr Lnrd one thoueand eitcht buDiir«d and- eighty -Bve, bping Electors 
dul.T and IcgHlly appointed and qualified Ity Hn<] for the State «f Ohio, as appears by 
the annexed liai of Electors, made, certified and delivered to ua by the Executive of 
the State, Lnvinn; met and convened at the State House, in the City of CoIumliuB, in 
the State of Ohin. in pareoance of the direction of the Legislature of raid State, on 
the flrnt Wciinenday, being the third day of necember, in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and eigbiy-four, do hereby ceriify : 

That, l-eing BO Bsrembled and duly orgiiniEpd. we proceeded to vote by ballot, 
and balloted first for such President, and then fur such Vice-President, by distinct 
ballots. 

And we fn-lbcr certify: That tb* foUowinR are two distinct lists, one of the 
votes for Presidtiut, and the Other of the votes for Vice-President, so cast as aforesaid: 



Jamea G. Blsine, of the titat« of Mnine. 
Lm OF ALL Pbiisomb Voted fob fob V ice- Pkbdi dent, t 



i KttHHBK OF VoTM 



In witneKB (Thereof we have hereunto sot our bands, at the State H'^use, in the 
City ot Oilumbns, in the Stale of Ohio, on the lin,t Wednesday, being Ihe rhird day 
of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred an<l eighiy-luur. 



John B batty. 
Jahbb M. Comlv, 



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John Bosh Bauues, 

ROBEBT G. CoRITIT«, 
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Al.ONZO B. HoU'OHHB, 



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Cbaklbn E. Kibebb, 
Edwako S. Wiiw.1, 
JOSKPU F. Wheelbb, 
JeBHE R- FOITI.KB, 
WtLU^M A, BOVEY. 

George AotMS, 
Rodney M. Stihboh, 
John S. Roller, 
Albkbt W. Stilbb. 



Aha 8. Bdhhnkll, 
Philandkb 6. Cole, 
Ralph P. Buieland, 



The PrePident delivered to each Menseiiger ooe of the certificates of 
voteB, and til-m a certificate uf his appointment, and deposited the re- 
maininic certificate of votes, addreBAt-d "To the Prcfiidpnt uf the Senate, 
Washington, D. C," In the poet ofiiue at Columbus, Ohio. 



ELECTION 8TATIBTICB. 



Elector Albert W. Stiles, Chairman of the Committee od Mileage 
and Per Diem, appointed at the temporary organization, submitted tbe 
following report: 

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(Signed) Albkst W. &tiLn, 

R. M. Stimhom, 

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ComnitUe, 

Tbo report was adopted, and vouchere were prepared in accordance 
therewith. 

Elector Rodney M. Stimson offered the following resolution, which 
was adopted : 

Setolvrd, That Silas N. Field, 8ergeaiit-at-Arms of the Electoral Collie of Ohio, 
be allowed tea dollars compensatioa for his services, and that the President and Sec- 
retary be aod are hereby directed to certify the same to the Aaditor uf State. 

Elector John 8. Roller off red the following resolution, which was 
adopted : 

Raolried, That E. T. Hall, Clerk of tbe Electoral College of Ohio, be and is herebj' 
directed to record the proceedinga of said College in the record, "Proceedings of 
Electoral Collegps," in the custody of the Governor, for which, tOftether with Other 
services performed by bim, he be allowed the earn of forty dollars, and that the 
President and Secretary certify said compensation to the Anditor of State. 



284 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Elector Albert W. Stiles offered the following resolution, which was 
adopted : 

Betdvedf That the Clerk furnish to the Auditor of State a copy of the report of 
the Committee on Per Diem and Mileage, and a statement of other expenses pertain- 
ing to the Electoral College, in order that he may be able to advise the General As- 
sembly as to the amount of money necessary to be appropriated on account of the 
expenses of the College. 

• 

The following bills for publishing the Governor's proclamation of 
the result of the election in the State of Ohio, November 4, 1884, for 
Electors of President and Vice-President of the United State.', were laid 
before the College, by request of the Governor : 

The Columbus Daily Times $4 00 

The Columbus Evening Dispatch , 3 26 

The Westbote Company 6 00 

Elector John Beatty moved that the bills be approved; which was 
agr^ed to, and they were so endorsed by the President and Secretary. 

On motion of Elector John Ross Baumes, the thanks of the College 
were tendered to the Governor for courtesies extended. 

On motion of Elector Jesse R. Foulke, the thanks of the College 
were ^extended to its officers for the courtesy and ability they have 
evinced in the discbarge of their respective duties. 

On motion of Elector Asa S. Bufhnell, the College adjourned 
sine die. 

(Signed) Ralph P. Buckland, 

Fresideni, 
Ulysses L. Marvin, 

Secretary. 



ELXCnON STATISTICS. 



285 



PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS OF OHIO. 



William Goforth, 



1804. 



James Piitchard, 



Nathaniel Maane. 



Nathaniel Manie, 



1808. 



Thomas McCnne, 



Stephen Wood. 



John Jones, 
James Pritchard, 
Matthias Corwin, 



1812. 

D. Abbott, 
David Panriance, 
Thomas Ijams, 



James Danlap, 
John Hamm. 



John G. Toang, 
Abraham Shepherd, 
Aaron Wheeler, 



1816. 

Othniel Looker, 
John Patterson, 
Benjamin Hough, 



William Skinner, 
James Cnrrj. 



Jeremiah Morrow, 
James Caldwell, 
William H. Harrison, 



1820. 

James Kilboume, 
Alexander Campbell, 
John McLaaghlin, 



Robert Lucas, 
Lewis Dille. 



William H. Harrison, 
James Caldwefl, 
William McFarland, 
DaTid Sloane, 
Thomas Kirker, 



1824. 

Samuel Coolter, 
James Heaton, 
S. Kingsbnrj, 
Henrj Brown, 
Ebenezer Merry, 
John Bigger, 



Ebeneaer Bockingham, 
James Coolej, 
\rilliam Kendall, 
James Steele, 
William Skinner. 



ib6 



REPORT OF SECRBTARY OF STATE. 



Ethan Allen Brown, 
Robert Lucas, 
George McCook, 
John Mcllvaine, 
WilliHin Piatt, 



Benjamin Tappan, 
Joflepb J. McDowelli 
John M. Goodenow, 
Valentine Eefler, 
Isaiah D Morris, 
Isaac Humphreys, 
Mark T. Mills, 



Benjamin Ruggles, 
William 0. Eirker, 
Jutthua Collett, 
Ira Belknap, 
George P Torrence, 
Samuel Elliott, 
Andrew McCleary, 



William R. Putnam, 
Reanin Beall, 
Alexander Mayhew, 
Henry Harter, 
A. Spafibrd, 
Jo«hua Collett, 
Abraham Miley, 



Thomas Gorwin, 
Peter Hitchcock, 
Bellamy Storer, 
Sam*«oo Mason, 
William Bebb, 
D J. Cory, 
Aaron Harlan, 
J. Soott, 



1828. 

Samuel Herrick, 
JameH Shields, 
George Sharp, 
Henry Harrington, 
Walter M. Blake, 
Hugh McFall, 

1882. 

Alexander Elliott, 
R D. Forman, 
John Chaney, 
Alexander McConnell, 
George Sharp, 
Michael Moore, 
Fisher A. Blockson, 

1886. 

Mordecai Bartley, 
Elijah Huntington, 
John Codding, 
Isaiah Morris, 
Jared P. Kirtland, 
Alexander Campbell, . 
D. Harbaugh, 

1840. 

Samuel F. Vinton, 
John I. Van Meter, 
Aquilla Toland, 
Perley B. Johnson, 
John Dukes, 
Otbo Brashear, 
James Raquet, 

1844. 

R. W. Clark, 
David Adams, 
Joseph Olds, 
Daniel S. Norton, 
W. W. Conklin, 
James Holoomb, 
H. Cbapin, 
J. Crooksy 



Thomas Gillespie, 
Benjamin Jones, 
Thomas L. Hamer, 
William Hayne, 
Valentine Kefier. 



John Larwell, 
William S. Tracy, 
George Marshall, 
Jeremiah McLiane, 
Eli Baldwin, 
H. J. Harman, 
Jonathan Cilley. 



William Kendall, 
John P. Coulter, 
Abel Ren nick, 
John L Lacy, 
Christian King, 
Andrew Donnelly, 
Samuel Newell. 



C. S. Miller, 
John Carey, 
David King, 
Storm Ro<>a, 
John Beatty, 
John Augustine, 
John Jamison. 



T. W. Bostwick, 
W. R. Siipp, 
J. W. Gill, 
Cyrus Spink, 
J. H. Baldwin, 
W. S. Perkins, 
John Fuller. 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



287 



L. ByiogtoD, 
Samuel Starkweather, 
J. Snider, 
George Keeling, 
J. Kinney, 
G- Volney Dorsey, 
C. M. Godfrey, 
8. Diffenderfer, 



1848. 

8. M. Little, 
D. T. Swinney, 
Lewiii Anderson, 
John Lidey, 
William Lawrence, 
William J. F;y, 
Joseph Burns, 
W. McDonald, 



D. A. Starkweather, 

J. B. Butler, 

H. B Payne, 

A. Ives, 

John Caldwell, 

John Glover, 

Van S. Murphy. 



W. Mclean, 
William Palmer, 
Barnabas Burns, 
J. B. Damble, 
Charles Rule, 
William Golden, 
G. W. Stokes, 
O. Keyser, 



1852. 

R. C. Cunningham, 
Hugh J Jewett, 
E. G Dial, 
W. O. Key, 
L. H Steed man, 
C. H. Mitchener, 
C J. Orton, 
E. T. McArtor, 



Joseph Kyle, 
J. Finley, 
F Cleveland, 
S. D. Harris, 
E. T. Wilder, 
E. H. Haines, 
B. T. Johnson. 



Caleb B. Smith, 
J. B. Stallo, 
J. Perkins, 
R M. Corwine, 
Peter Odlin, 
J. S. Conklin, 
William Taylor, 
E. P. Evans, 



1856. 

W. H. P. Denny, 
James R. Hubbell, 
R G Pennington, 
F. Cleveland, 
J. Welch, 

D. Humphrey, 
H. D. Cooke, 

E. Pardee, 



J. M. H(Kige, 
Davis Green, 
M. Pennington, 
J. S. Herrick, 
A. Wilcox, 
J. Dumas, 
A. E. Buss. 



Frederick Hassanrek, 
Joseph M. Root, 
Benjamin E^gleston, 
William M. Dickson, 
Frank McWhiney, 
John Riley Knox, 
D. W. H. Howard, 
John M. Kellum, 



1860. 

Nelson Rush, 
Abraham Thompson, 
John F. Hinkle, 
Hezekiah S. Bundy, 
Daniel B. Stewart, 
R. P. L. Baber, 
John Beatty, 
Willard Slocnm, 



Joseph Ankeny, 
Edward Ball, 
John A. Davenport, 
William K. Upham, 
Samuel B. Phiibrick, 
George W. Brooke, 
Norman K. Mackensie. 



288 



BBPOBT OF SECBBTABY OF STATE. 



John M. Connelly 
John P. Buhn, 
John E. Oreen, 
Stephen Johnson, 
Henry W. Smith, 
William Sheffield, 
James B. Stanberry, 



1864. 

Lorenzo Danford, 
Abner Kellogg, 
Stanley Matthews, 
William L. Walker, 
Odas Bowen, 
Greorge A. Walker, 
John H. McCombs, 



John McCook, 
Lewis B. Gunkle, 
Mills Gardner, 
Jacob Scraggy, 
Henry F. Page, 
Frederick W. Wood, 
Seth Marshall. 



David Tod, 
Samuel Galloway, 
John G. Olden, 
Stanley Matthews, 
Andrew G. McBurney, 
Jonathan Oranor, 
David Thompson, 



1868. 

David H. Bailey, 
Charles 0. Walcatt, 
L. B. Matson, 
Luther A. Hall, 
Hiram Freas, 
John J. Harper, 
P. M. Wagenhalls, 



William D. Hamilton, 
S. M. Barber, 
Levi Barber, 
Isaac Welch, 
Ed. F. Schneider, 
Stephen H. Pitkin, 
Frederick Kinsman. 



John 0. Lee, 
Alphonso Hart, 
Joflhua H. Bates, 
William £. Davis, 
Thomas Moore, 
William Allen, 
Matthew 0. Hale, 



1872. 

George B. Haynea, 
Marcus Boggs, 
Charles Phellis, 
John S, Jones, 
Christopher 0. Keech, 
Homer 0. Jones, 
Luther Donaldson, 
John 0. Grannis, 



Isaac Smncker, 
Isaac M. Ktrby, 
Charles H. Grosvenor, 
Jonathan T. Updegraff*, 
Joshua A. Riddle, 
John R. Buchtel, 
Aaron Wilcox. 



Aaron F. Perry, 
Eklward H. Bohm, 
John W. Herron, 
John W. Warrington, 
George W. HuUck, 
John 0. Williamson, 
Isaac N. Alexander, 



1876. 

James B. Luckey, 
Orange Edwards, 
Anson P. Howard, 
John J. Hane, 
John S. Davis, 
John L. Jones, 
Augustus B. Keller, 
Worthy S. Streator, 



Edward M. Downer, 
Andrew M. Burns, 
Columbia Downing, 
David Cunningham, 
John W. Whitcraa, 
Samuel G. Barnard, 
Benjamin F. Wade. 



BBBCTION STATISTICS. 



289 



Sidney 8. Warner, 
Charles H. Grosvenor, 
Anthony D. Bullock, 
Ali'red T. Gh>8hom, 
Robert £. Doan, 
William Allen, 
Jacob L'H. Long, 



1880. 

OcUvins Waters, 
William W. McEnight, 
John Q. A. Campbell, 
George W. Holland, 
Jacob F. Burkei, 
Nelson B. Sisson, 
Gteorge £. Martin, 
Mendal Churchill, 



Jacob Scroggs, 
Tobias A. Plants, 
John Milton Lewis, 
Nathan B. Billingsly, 
Nathaniel W. Gk)odhue, 
Samuel B. House, 
Joel W. Tyler, 



John Beatty, 
James M. Ck>mly, 
Samuel Bailey, Jr., 
John Boss Baumes, 
Robert G. Corwin, 
Andrew R. Calderwood, 
Samuel Taylor, 
Alonzo B. Holcombe, 



1884. 

Lovell B. Harris, 
Asa S. Bushnell, 
Philander B. Cole, 
Ralph P. Buckland, 
Charles £. Eirker, 
Edward S. Wilson, 
Joseph F. Wheeler, 
Jesse B. Foulke, 



William A. Bevey, 
George Adams, 
Rodney M. Stimson, 
John S. Roller, 
Albert W. Stiles, 
Ulysses L. Margin, 
William Eauftnann. 



19 



S.S. 



BBPOBT or BECSETABT OF BTATB. 



ABSTBACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN THE FORTY- 
NINTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE CTATE OF 
OHIO, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 14, 1884. 

riBaT DnTBICT. 



OooDtiea. 


1 

1. 




8| 
tn 




Part of Hamilton - - 


17,929 


16,880 


88 


80 


Majority. - 


ifm 












* 



Coantieik 


li 


-i 1 
as 


it 


li 

a 




19.718 


17,613 


84 










2,206 

















THIRD DNTBICT. 



Connties. 


X 


H-a. 






j 




4fm 

4,4U 

4,3i>« 


4,187 

2.Si9 
2M7 








ClHniiout - 


12 

134 

7 


67 


















I5.iie» 


18,3fle 
412 


1IS3 


87 

















BLECTION BTATISTICB. 



VOUmU DIBTBIOT. 



Gonntiea. 


■3 


P 


1 




M) ' 




11,224 
6,251 
4,311 


11,861 
4,181 
6,646 

21,067 
801 


90 
99 
40 


16 
12 
16 




MCr?!'^.::;::::::;:::::::;:;::::::::::::;:;:::::. 

Darke 


1 


Totals _ 


20,786 


22B 


44 


8 












riFTH DISTBICT. 


Conntiea. 




II 

F 


J 


1 




2^S 

l,a7H 

1,»70 

8.8«) 
3,686 


8.604 
3,919 
3.WM 
4,4«4 
2.«35 
8,622 


8 






















8 
166 
















16,868 


21,968 
6,116 


187 
















SIXTH DIBTRICT. 


Oonntiea. 


Jl 


a 

h 


z 


1 


1 

Q 


WiUiama 


2,906 
8,188 
2,137 
8,060 

8,216 
I,B64 
2,788 


2.99.1 
B5B0 
2,200 
2,9(t9 
4,007 
8:246 
1,»69 


66 
27 


77 






























Henry 

Fttlton 








234 












TotalB 


17,164 


30.684 
3,680 


817 


77 


11 













BSPOBT or BBCBBTART Or RATB. 



ConntMS. 


4 






h 




VI" 


aim 

4,SiO 


148 
H 

117 
17 
BO 




Hmoo-rk 


86 






Omwford 


10 


TW«Ii- 


ia,ai» 


w,ei6 

4,006 


4S8 


170 









Conoliw. 


5 

a 


ii 


Id 


i! 

3^ 




CbBrnpaigii - 


tux 

4.6B0 
3.70! 
8,131 


8WI 
6.860 

2,1k 


70 
366 

2flO 
178 
34 






83 














Fayelte 










83;01S 
7.638 


16^1 


937 


33 




Hajoritr 













KIHTB DUTSICr. 



Coontie^ 


1= 


h 


^ 


.2-3 


j 






98 
130 
182 
3U 
142 

66 








S^IS 
2,628 
8,4S1 
8.706 
2,«6I 


8310 
2,141 
8160 
3;466 
3,432 


10 
20 
4 
8 




























18.416 
1,761 


X6,«84 


930 


48 


8 















ELECTION STATISTICS. 
TIHTH DimUOT. 



Lncaa 8^ 7,842 

Ottawa 1,791 3,872 

SwidoBky .'.. 3,388 8,603 

Erie 3,741 8,860 

Totals- r. 

Majorit)' 






Highland ... 
Brown 



4,815 
8,918 
8,184 



TWtLFTH DIVTKICT. 



CoUDtlM. 


il 


1 

i 


^ 

U 


jl 


f 




1,76S 
1,771 
8,41ft 
4,134 
4.700 


1.936 

wu 
a.7OT 

8,144 
8ii86 


8 
2 
88 

4 
20 








7 
8 
26 
























16.789 
2:898 


18.884 


117 


86 













BEPOBT or BECKSTABY 07 STATE. 



THIRTXENTH DISTBIOT. 



CoDnlies. 


li 

< 


s 


a 




1 


F kV 


10.795 

a,9«i 

8,144 
1,763 


12,020 
8,919 
hfm 
2,512 


65 


199 
9 




Pickaway 








Hocking 


126 


1 






ToUIa 


18,607 


23,47K 

4,868 


210 


209 


6 













fODsniHTa onrxicr. 



Conn ties. 


03 


P 


jl 


^a 


1 
1 


Porry 

iSSJ.=:;:;:;::::::::;.::-::::;:.:::::::;::: 


3,090 
2.463 
3.746 

4,061 
3.648 


3,018 
1.861 
i:608 
2.610 
2,284 


3 
1S9 
128 


704 
12 
973 








Meias - 




«6 












TotolB _ 


17.008 
5,727 


11,281 


386 


1,689 


I 


) y 











CouDtiee. 


3 


1^ 


4 


1 


i 

i 


TtiwaniwaB 


8.811 
4.527 
6,883 


5,881 
3.487 
6,018 

siaai 

20,717 
8,299 


21 

4 
61 
46 

122 


a" 








licking 

Uuskiutcum _ 




TO 


Totals - 


17,421 


3 


70 













ELECTION BTATISTICa. 

axTEKtna Duetmcr. 



OoDDttes. 


II 


J" 


1 

1 


honixL _ 


6349 
4.W3 

1^86 


8.428 
biivo 

3360 


260 


AehUnd - 


82 










Tot»ls 

Majority 


i7,8a& 


18,528 
693 


660 





ConnUes. 




1 


.1 




B 


Gaernw 


3,li74 
6364 
2,542 

1,H<>4 
4,81S 


2,548 
5.804 
2,104 

4,000 
4,723 


89 
52 
35 
2 
36 


67 
SO 
4 




Belmonu _ 

Noble _ 


4 

1 














Totals - 


18,957 


19,173 
216 


214 


91 


6 









SraBTBS.STi[ DISTBICT, 



GoiiDtiee. 


]! 


11 


II 

o 


ii 


1 

s 




6,849 

6,785 
2,265 
4,758 

2,802 


4,649 

4,660 

i;6»7 

3,287 
2,116 


282 
459 
185 
81 


47 
59 












Jefferson 




8S 










TotalB 

Majority 


22.459 
.,50 


16,809 


907 


106 


82 











BBFOBT OP BKCBBTAST ( 



CoantJes. 


i 


EO 


"1 

1-^ 


s- 


{ 


Aditabol« 

Tfumbnll 

Porugo „ 

Ge«aga _... 

Uke „ 


6.969 
6;m 

3.8H 
2.759 

4^22 


a.aoi 

8,104 


90O 
82 
S6 
19 

101 


324 
293 

199 


! 


56 
131 










Tot«l« 


87,089 
13,066 


18,063 


4«I 


1,008 



















Gonndes. 




¥ 




-a 


1 


Bommit - 


6,520 


6,!aa 

toxt 


171 
85 


t 

11 
181 


8 


Sff!::::::::;:::".:=:::::::;,::;;z::;:::::; 


4!6ei 1 4,931 
8.168 1 8,341 










Totals _ 


23,072 
2.0^ 


20.B43 


412 


242 


3 













i«f XTT-nwr Msnticr. 



Caaatitm. 


P 




II 

•< 


j 




17^ 


19,154 


289 








Majority- , 




I'm 















ELECTION STATISTICS. 



297 



OS 



O 

c 



H 

H 

tf ad 

DO 



C 



03 

2 



O 



*j9aAiapuH^ pmcnpja j 



s 



l**N c« op 



'uo^soH *S japcrazdiY 



fob 00 S QD 

» » Vk •» » 



'ninqqsy '^ Bvnzoi|x 






*ipinzg[ 'yi saonf 



S5 




*xoQ qddBOf 



9^ 0>k m m^ 

CO 



-SaiAg 'i Jo;9j 



So 



«k «h * Vk •% 

^eo^eo 



s 



6 






saSg 



I 



•s 



I 

S 



s 



2 



S 



2 
3" 



^ 



BBPORT OF SKCRBTABT OF 8TATI. 



'SnuaiiKiB 








- 




" 1 






■WFniwpiv WJ? 








i"g i 


s 


■iwino2»B0H pjABQ 








hs ; 


e 


■w^WH T P!4«a 


2.886 
6.777 
8.586 
4.866 

J 1. 483 
8.112 
6,260 
2.H00 
8.151 
2.445 

11.959 


1 


■iv»q»n»a-?IM<PfH 




l| 


■V»oH -M 080 


lllllllllll 


1 


■TOwniSM T ii«nw«« 


I|ii.l3.|i?ii 


— 


■VW1918 "H wqno 


Illllllllli 


i" 


■Jiarnqg T nqof 


S||SfS|J=|| 


1 


' 


ii 


: \ 




i 
1 


; 


11 


1 





ELECTION STATISTICS. 



299 



'SauottBog 



ss 



!S 



I 



'iCaaeg *j^ XjnaH 



eo c« et eo ©TiM eo ^ ^"co ecTeo'eerc* c« lO co eo ^" 



3 



'OJoop^ 'f uqof 



9) O -^ CO 9 S o< o ^9ao«^cDcoo^-^oo 
coeoc«coe«i-ieo^^oocoeoeoote4iocoeo^ 






ueeg SBinoqx 



00 o -« CO ^ Ob e« o ^cDaod^ioeoo^-«ab 
eocoe4coc«^eo^^cocoeococ«e4kOeocO'^ 



■k 



'sSSojog qoasf 



«-<eooiotc9e9i-He9eoi-H 



CO CO 00 CO CO Ol C« 09 



2 



'90UJ 'y aqof 






D^co(3:t6ol^-^^^ao^eoS> 



CO QD CO Q 



•-< CO oi c« ©f ©r*H oi CO iM ^ CO CO CO CO CO c4 ©J e» 



2 



udpuvxeiY ' j 0HV8X 



tq 



•» •» » 0^ •% tf^ 

f-l CO Ot 9i Oi 09 



Mjgo 



^f-J^CO^OS^iO,C« « 00 Tf 00 ^^co ® 
*C4 CO ^"^"CO CO'CO CO CO C4 Ot CQ" 



s 



^ 



o 

o 



9 

.a 









fc flfl5 = 5 flS ® «>i P^ Sr2 g C « g 



S 



BBFORT OF 8BCBBTABT Of 8TATB. 



^'"ls 'a """a 



^ 



2"gES|S|S 



S*? — to — Sis 13 

-■""'"""■"■'sis 



"-"■"■'■"""■'sis 

? S K ■— c3 o{.a< n c^ I 13 



g?iS|S||l 



PI-IIIII-- 



ill 



JM 



JlllnJIII 





ELBC 


TIO 


M 


STATISnCB 




2 




« 


3 


t 


1 




■noB 


S|2S 


SS-E 








1 




■J9l 


S|2S 




















SS2S 


ii-s 








1 




■9i«qAi "M -wr 












II 






1 


1 




H aqof 












II 






■ 


5 
















11 








1 




J9[Z8J,a 


llilllllll-lll 


1 


!■ 
§ 




lllllllllllll 


1 


iinqptwAV 
■a nojiimwH 


lllllllllllll 


1 


i 


1 




3 


i 

k 


1 


1 

j 


1 

: 

i 

J 

II 


b 


; 


! 


i 


1 

1 


i 





BKPOBT OF- aSCBETABT OF 8TATB. 



STATE ELECTIONS — 1883-1884. 



Tbe tnUI namtHr ol ioIId; praclnclB In Oblo. Ooiober and November. ISSi, was 3,0 
XoTE.— TlieHsureijKiTen la Ihe lotsl rourolamn, In thftc ■bstnrb. rppreaenl lli 

•il penona voUagml the Hid «l«ctl<iD, kod nolilmpl; tbe toul role etatlot IbeoOlce] 

■dlolning eolamiu. 



loiKl namtm 



ADAMS conm-T. 





T^or, 


1 


»™,.g_j,sw 


i 


Preddeot, 




TowivblM tnd 


il 


If 


il 


1] 

Si 


Jl 


t 


ll 


il 


|j 




Si 

8- 


i 


I 
1 


B HO 


100 
1«3 

in 

TS 

S 

in 

a 


m 

*x 
m 
in 

is 

s* 

181 






am 

i 


IBS 

US 

a 

!S 

IK 

S 
1 


7S1 

in 

!!! 

300 

HO 

1» 

1 






337 

n 
ail 

i 

ax 

i 

W2 


Ma 

IM 
XS 

lOS 

lie 

ITT 
128 
336 


280 

m 

i 

iw 

IM 

1«l 
S3 


1 


..... 




•&^;: 


- 


s 


ati 


SMidrspitiits Pre. 






=■ 


.,.;. 




10 








Oliver - 

*''B!S^TUle Pre... 


: 


* 


s 


:::; 


T 


■:■ 


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1 


















KU 


sna 


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BW 


M» 


2S96 


■-- 


« 


WW 


188) 


388« 


3 


» 









ALLEN COUKTV. 





GOVWDM, 

less. 


i 


Secrclanof auie, 


i 


Preheat. 




■^-SK"" 


|s 


H 


il 


il 


II 


y 


il 


il 


II 


°3 


il 


il 


1 
1 


^ 


T7 
IH 


1 

lu 






am 

1 

411 


101 

1^ 

n 

101 
IM 


206 
ISS 
IM 

184 
Wl 


~:: 


..*.. 


349 
4W 


w 

89 

las 


S 

2fi0 
3T8 


:::::: 


5 




^r"r: 


..... 





« 


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aw 






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; 












3 


«» 





ELECTION STATISTICS. 


305 1 




ALLBN COnifTY-Conllnued. 


1 


T.....J.., 


IM3. ' 


1 


SecreUTT at SUte, 


1 
1 


1»M. 


1 

1 


II 


It 


il 


IS 


to 

1- 


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1! 


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111 


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ToUli 


80M 


uai 


"i" 


-«7 


8W 


«1B 


w 


« 


TBSl 


337^ 


44« 


80 


» 


W61 


• * ASHLAKD COONTY. H 


Town»hlt»»na 


--0. 


1 


BacralWT al SUte, 


i 
I 


PtMdent, 


1 
1 


11 


H 


l|i| 


i 


1 


"ski 


6 s 


«l 


i! 


ae»r Creek ~ 


17fi 


n 


8 





m 


191 


B2 




11 


m 


jea 


» 


1 


» 


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^ 








































■S 




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,s 




117 




11 




■" 


IM 


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8 


3U3 


































mIki .:.. ' 


















1 


*J* 


"iw 


»3 
201 










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ns 






.... 




aM 








' 


3M 




111 






























































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«8 

.•3 


• 


■;:: 


aw 


■M 


81 




; 


m 


W3 


SOD 


;::' 


3 


5IJ 




H ToUk 


wn 


8136 


in 


MGO 


3Sta 


nu 




so 


MSS 


»'•!-> 


> 


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6061 


L 


B.S. 


J 



asFon OF MacmxTAJtr or ratk. 

ASBTftBTLA I.OC!(TT. 




ATHBNJ COCXTY. 





Govtranr. 




i 

3 


•ten 


IM 


■IStalf. 


i 
1 




l>n-Jdnt. 






"^-SSE"- 




»«9 


Ii 


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liiiii 


ii 


t1 
if 




1 

1 




i 


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MO 

S 

MX 

i 

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S 

IS 

§1 


1 

1 
i 


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i 


II 


i 

417 


SI 

1 

set 


1» 


1 


» 

1 

« 

ll 

1 


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S" - — 


I 


1 

! 

t 

S 

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5 


S 


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1 












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1 

4M 


s 


* 


z 


lai 


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3 


t 





















J 




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J 


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s 

1009 


i 

467 


1 




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Is 


Toi,ta._ 


MM 


Ml 


H 


m 


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ELECTION BTATIflTICB. 





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CLERMONT COONTY-CooUnued. 





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CBAWFOBD COCKTY. 





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1 


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tan 

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7 
11 

27 

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31 
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n 

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1 

U 

li 

TO 

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106 


n 

ii 

181 

1 

W 
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'i 

IB 

i 
\ 

1 


■ 


Mi 


^«h - _ 


■M<t 


Ubanr fne'l No, a !, 






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n>tab _ 


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316 REPOBT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. ^ 


I 


ERIB COONTY. 














Pr«ld«al, 




'■rSX"' 




1 




1 

■A 




1 

3 




K 


if 




t 


8-3 

Si 


n 


ll 






u-a 


5 




Ax 






=j '^«rtS 


& 




1«K 


IM 


2 


-i. 


iw 


w 


iffi 


1 


1 


■129 


«J 


1 


1 


2i 


ax 

i 






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' 


Z 


337 


» 




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a 






















































































































































































IJH 


488 








Tol«l._ _„ 


seat 


4cm 


M 


w 


W17 


SSliV 


4!W 


S2 


u 


TT29 


»w 


1M4 


«U 


»S 


TTW 


FilBFlELD COUNTY. 1 


"■Itt- 


Qoventot. 
IRS 


« 


SMraurr -J SUM 


= 


18H. 


f 


a. 


i 




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* 1*3 


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^^ 


V - 






II 


pi 


H 




lllli 


ii'ii 


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4 


11 


-i 


1 


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m 


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a 


i 


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sri 


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if 


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wt 


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I'X 


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j 


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TOMI 






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mi 


a 




7m 


IM9 


WW 


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KIO 


4>£i 


' 


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m 


^^ 



ELECTION STATIBTICfl. 
FAYETTB CODHTY. 





0.,^.r, 


i 

5 


-""K"'™- 


1 


Pmldeni. 




Toiniihhn ud 


i 


II 


fipl 


a 


II llll 


|i 


It 


ii 


si 


i 


CdDinn) 


1110 
1(0 

i 
as 

an 


s 




.... 


is 

7115 
<8H 

IBS 

S 

3«a 

871 


i 


i 

to 

a 

178 






SI& 

13S 
Ml 

sw 

«N 
>7S 

we 
m 


1M 
479 

i 

ISO 
3M 


1 

in 

173 

HI 




1 






I 


J 






"is" 


IT 




ftfejn 


(WO 






;:;; 


3 
18 




Pwi^et Ko. L. 


812 


4 

W.Tne - 


37 






ToUli. -.. 


w> 


«1B 


17 


4474 


SIZB 


iiM 


' 


" 


uto 


sm 


1180 


" 


44 


uw 



?BAtIKUK COUNTY. 





Ooremor, 
1883. 


1 


■™"K"""- 


i 


isst"*" 




,„...Mj..., 


B 


if 


n 


■4 


11 


II 


il 


il 


ii 


li 


11 


i! 


I 
































m 






































































xn 










MB 






































































448 






















































































































































































































































































s 


s 


U 





MS 


T, 


S 


1 


^ 


s; 


iEU 


»1U 




J 










































61 








» 










K2 










'.i 




;!? 




■i 








IM 


...!. 






S 


17B 


3 


8 










































































































































" c„ 


to 


Ml 







311 




tt« 


1 


^.. 


8U 










Ml 



REPORT OP BECRETABT OF STATK. 
rSAHKUH COURTY-CoDUDiied. 











i 

-a 

i 


PtMi<l«Dl, 




vud*. 




tfli 




1 

1 


il 


il 


as 


II 


II 


|1 
=1 


i2 


1 

1 




IS 
IS 

XM 

WJ 
IM 

1 

SS4 

no 
m 

-5 




T 


5M 

i 


aw 

M 

1 

m 
m 


M7 
HM 

!S 

ISO 

s 

Me 
■an 

«« 

2» 

B7 
4« 


1 

J 

a 

■a* 
■i 

1 


I 


taa 

MM 
HOI 

Mn 
em 
Mi 

M2 


1 

iifi 

s 

lUO 

ais 

Ml 

MD 
137 


IM 
AS 

i>^ 








4th ■■ *.;;".: 


102 

i 

Ml 

■Mi 

1 

"ai' 


i 


"i 
la" 


t 

1 

1 

! 


i 

» 

AM 

i 

i 


Uth - ...'.'Z 


a 


Tl 


^^ 


M5 

S 


450 


.i 




ISH 


IIOM 


OS 


" 


nro 


umi 


1«7 


80 


m 


^'« 


'"" 


i:«2 


IBB irr 









FULTOX COUNTY. 





Oovemor. 


1 


Secrewry of 9»te, 


3 


Pni<lr1eiit, 




Townabln knd 




fli 


1 = 


II 


si 
II 


II 


5a 


II 


^1 
^1 


II 


i 


1 

1 




IH 

Z 
1 

Mi 


1 

IK 

1 

■M 




1 
1 


i? 
1 

«n 

2M 
»l 

HIT 


175 
MO 
lOS 

1 


12S 

m 
m 

■Al 

1 

■39 


i 


IB 
Jl 


sn 

HI 

281 
■S2 


3 

ion 
m 


7« 

no 
too 


'i 


51 


V* 












rn 






Pike 


m 


-wSciSik::::::;:::: 

York _. 


St 


TOlAli - 


Zi90 


luo 


1« 


» 




"" 


I%7 


m. 


^ 


IMH 


" 


.,5 


to, 



BLBCTION BTATiaTIca. 
QALUA COUNTY. 





a„„„. 


f- 


swraUu' or 9MW, 


1 


"a™ 




TowD<h[M *nil 


a 


u 


« 


11 


ll 


3c' S 

II 


a 


II 


|l 


ll 




1 


1 
I 


Adrtimn 


1 

1 

ua 

1 


m 

TO 

1 

1 

100 
so 


IS 

i 


1 


1 

i 


i 

i 

Ml 

m 


m 

M 

ItN 
158 


.::: 


s 


«i§ 
23a 

inn 

219 
4fiT 

an 
1 

8H 


s 

XI 
liCJ 

W7 


8 
1 

•1 

IW 

1 


IL 


6 

■j- 




Chem i™ ._ . 

OuwblrBpmdact. 


Ml 


^r^==" 


1 


• UMutBUI.- -.. 

SlBSir.;—.::::; 






K":;:::..::;;:::;; 


i 

380 






'^ 




::::. 


'.'-Z 


s 








n» 


am 


" 


&set 


no 


IWU 


1 


n 


aas4 


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B 


M 









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im. ' 


1 
1 


*""&?■""• 


1 


P,»w™,, 




Tow.isblpi and 


ii 


ll 


i| 


ll 


II 


JIB 


ll 


|i 


II 




ll 


1 




243 
132 

m 

IH 

i 

us 


s 

as 

» 
a 

1 
s 

as 

43 


IS 




IB7 

■200 


102 

174 
IW 

i 

is 


» 

81 

i 


■*8 


J 


871 
4U 

i 

■aw 

XM 


S7S 

IM 


M 

w 

20 
26 

17* 


a 


is 

e 


m 


fc^EEZ 


1H 








k 
1 


Nev berry -_^ 


.... 








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Z 






Totals 


asTo 


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10 


ITS 


MT 


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32 


1«2 


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4Cnt3W OQCVTT. 



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K' 

%4lll|l V.I I 



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II w; ut; ^ 



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aUIRNIKT CODNTY. 







ttnjjni'w. 


1 


■~""ISh'!'*'"* 


1 


Um"'' 




T«w>. Iilio ■iM 


11 


II 


!l 


1. 


1 


II 


ll 


iJ 


ii 


h 


i 


i! 


1 

1 


AllMH 


1 

IIP 

100 


101 

IS 

81 

m 
w 

M 

ii 

s 

is 


■ 

1 


1 

...„ 
.... 


lU 

iS 

nn 

i 

i 

1 


113 

iS 

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IN 

iii 
1 

IW 


on 
w 

ii 
1 

MO 

i 
1 


1* 


1 
'1 

is 

u 

1 

4 


M7 

an 

a 

«n 

i» 

4M 

aio 

a 
1 


1 
I 

Ml 

IS 

i 
1 


ISt 

1 

1 

IS 

1 

131 


Er 


\ 

10 

'1 

-4 


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i 


W^tr>|iiin 


HI 

m 




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» 






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M 


I«0 


«M 


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W4 


« 


tn 


4M 


Ma 


»» 


M 










jtw 







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ELECTION STATIST IC8. 


■ 


321 1 






HAMILTON COnSTY." 




1 




^ 


ovmor 






Pmiaeni. 




Townalilrx and 




IKfl. 


1 

1 




i 




im. 


s 

s 






11 




If 


it 

H 


f1 


i 


1 






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1 


» 




1M 
















































































., 1 ■ ' -^^ii- 


ffi 


iS 


1 






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■m 


*T 


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Mi 


a 


in 






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-11 


m 


s 

















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'» -■ t:= 




s 












J 




'!S 


K 


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SM 










































































































































« 




















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































m 








Ml 




IWl 


















































































































































































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27* 







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BB7 


2IB 






ei9 










































































































































































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21 


B.8. 




















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^^^^^^ 


■ 




■ 


^^1 



322 REPORT OF BECRETABV OF ^^^^^^^^H 
UAUILTON COUNTY — Cod llnned. ^| 


'"sa:- 


OoTernor, 


i 

5 


ReoreliiT i>r ««le. 


1 
1 


PntldeDI. 
mi. 


1 
1 


i 


i 




Jl 

5l 


il 


» 3 la^ri -; -■ 

i III !l 


II 




ti 


li 


WMt Prec^ct. 

C«iiler ■' „ 

Ewl ■ -....- 

SSSS,.'- :;■■- 


IW 




::.■ 






•a 

100 
IM 

1 

■m 

li 
1 

3S0 

Id* 
2(0 

!1 

41 
tl 


IS 

E 

S 

i 

1 

,si 

«7 
»H 
M 
TJ 

3S 

2011 

03 

« 


i 


,::::; 


1 

IM 

s 

SM 
4K 

m 

S. 

ISI 

478 

i 

!; 

69 
40« 
814 

m 
111 

114 


SM 
M 

IW 

iw 

114 
IM 
2BT 

i 
1 

4SI 

IM 

W 

3W 

iss 
'w 
'n 
!^ 

291 
4S 
7S 


286 
72 

20 
141 

111 

H 

S28 

IM 
«t 

OH 

1 

1S» 

s 

H 

08 
8» 

IM 

07 

ra 

M 

'1 


"i" 


"T 


SOI 
BM 

i 

m 

i 

1 
s 
i 

n 

40S 
TM 
IM 

S 
_i 

72M» 


Ctotby Township — 

Ewt . 

OrecnT'p- 

Hwrtoon Towmhip- 
MlBinl Tnwiublp 

cmion 

Wntvn. 
A»ond.le - 
St. Bemard ■■_ 

iSnfl^lll ■■ 

ssffirxr"'- 

WMWrn -J 
Horth Prtdnct 


M 

130 
14S 

.S 

109 
197 

1 

M 
131 

17J 

101 
ISO 

S 
I 


M 

TS 
86 

IB7 
lOG 

m 

a 
iS 

ISO 

1 

w 
w 

w 

49 

as 






ss 

IK 

«» 

8'J7 
143 

IM 
IT! 

409 

8TS 

IH 

■a 

IIS 

IPt 

w 


■T 


2 
2 




■J 


I. 


::;: 




1 


■E: 


; 




6 




Sbaronvlllt Pra..„ 
R^^n^^ " ..„ 

Notih Prwlti« 

Camp DennlMD Pr' 















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— 


— 


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, 


' 


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IH) 


IM 


T27S5 


-" 


tSZM 


1 i 



ELKCTION STATISTICS, 











BAKCOCE COUNTY. 


















Oo«n.«r. 








Prwfaent. 








1BS3. 




% 






i 








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«£ 


f,.^^ 


=.i 


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1| 

"1 


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a^- 


^ . 


11 


J° 


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1 




II 


II 


it 


11 




H 


II 


II 


^ 

e 


o 


B 


« 


1 


,. 


OT 


ini 






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m 


tn.s 




2 


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m 


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1>2 


IIH 


94 


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in : ::::::::::; 








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« 


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Hfl 








































































































































































111 








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idft 






































































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lU -.„. 




lU 




1*7 








fit. 






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lOS 


IM • 


~ 




saw 


Wt& 


3) 






■isuh 


n* 


h 


fi 


IBS 






MM 


31 


M 

















HARDIS CODKTY. 





OoifroLr, 


1 
I 


SeoK 


f^Ot ei.u>. 


j 


Pfwiaent, 




Tcnmihlpa uid 


i 


1! 


iliil 


11 


1! 


Xl3 

11 


!l 


Ii 


ll 


i! 


1 
1 


Bl«nch»ra. — -.- 


167 
303 


is 

i»* 

ta 

ta 

lU 

1107 

IS 

M 


2 

"ii" 


::::; 


1 

309 

s 

S42 

!S 

389 

248 


1(M 

i 
1 

liQ 
171 
123 


2U 
167 

ii 

144 

=S0 
71 

1 

«) 
»7 


E: 


ft 
lii 

23 


3*0 
248 

S 

«S8 

1 

s 

1 

244 
27J 


187 

906 

l« 

US 

IM 

HO 
,141 

70 

If 
S 

1 

1«8 


1 

141 

m 

i 

2S8 

14£ 
18S 

•s 

88 


-= 


13 

-| 
! 

a 

s 

i 


B71 








I« 

H 

'i 

IIS 

is 

w 

140 

s 

IW 


s 


>teeM Pxedncc 


















WW.H1 


4U 
SIT 








JB 
















SIB 




SMI 


M7S 


K 


2 


n» 


87S6 


Hft 


' 


S7 


7307 


SMS 


SSTS 


2 


117 









RBFOBT OF SECRETARY OF STATB. 
HARRISON COtriilT. 





Oo,™.,, 


f 


Seen 


laryol aiiW. 


i 


PmUlciiL 

1SS4 




'"•^SK"' 


i 


i 


1 


i| 


il 


11 


»2 

il 


il 


1^ 


Eg 


till 


i 
1 




1 
i 

us 

61 
TO 


i 
i 

170 

70 

IS 


1 
IS 

.... 


,^ 


178 
M 

Gg 

SH 

.a 


98 

ea 

112 
3M 

:20« 

IS 

in 

71 

lot 






1 78 

7U 
807 

i? 

aw 

4M 
l»7 


70 

M 
10& 

i 
1 

IM 
S61 


i» 

70 

m 


B 

"z. 


SO 

"! 

17 


1st 


iS«T:::: 




i?, 

ws 

■JW 

Ml 

182 
IM 

481 

a 




{14 






a::=;= 


2f 

2>1 


S.°S!!?..=.-:-... 


NewRumler--— 






W=^E= 


! 


* 








Toliili 


SSM 


■MX 


a 


' 


UTO 


nm 


2110 


» 


<m 


TlUB 


M77 


18 


m 


"• 



BENRT CODSTY, 





•^JS"- 


1 


"^-IW"""* 


i 


PrnWent. 
ISM. 




Toviuh^ «na 


i 


1 


!l 


n 


11 


II 




II 




a 




1 




ISO 

121 

3 

lae 

UT 

£ 

83 


177 
KB 

Si 

1 






m 

MS 

is 

i 

187 
887 

m 

i 


187 

ss 

175 

W 
W 

1 


!S 

24a 

181 
1«8 

180 

a 

128 

IS 


11" 


6 


831 

88& 

Z7> 

a 

329 

2M 
XM 

if 


188 
177 

!! 

38& 

,1 


24fi 
188 
18) 

2ai 
«a& 

280 
ISl 


.... 
"II 


v> 
t 

* 




i|S :- 










a 




iS 


i 






":::: 


..... 

::::: 


1 


6 








li 


ToWli 


1678 


ma 


IG 


_.. 


«»[». 


3247 





ao 


SIM 


1983 


8198 


3 


54 


an 



ELECTIOK BTATISTICL 
D CO DUTY. 





Qovmaoi, 


{ 


Secraurv el Stale, 


i 


PraMenl, 




"■SE"- 




i 


II 


II 






a 


II 


|l 


^1 


i 




1 
1 


Brunh Creek — 


i 
z 

1 
il 

78 


i 

S 

i 

IM 
MS 


30 


E 


i 
i 

s 

ISA 
2M 

850 

i 


31 

gui 

1(H 
IW. 

n 


TO 

a 

Its 

|i 

171 

i 

lai- 






1 

i 

Ml) 

i 

as 

206 
286 


S 
1 

MI 

Giie 

79 

s 


166 

198 
IIS 

3» 

JOS 

38 

m 

SI 

IT 
134 


r: 


» 

3 

I 




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i 


I 


4«a 


sS'S'p eolnct ,„ 


s 


K '"*-:;:::: 


3M 
KB 








S 


E 




SffiXt:.-::::: 


201 




"7 


IT 




ToUli 


saiS 


M9 


7* 


' 


r«6 


MID 


56« 


TSil 


"" 


Msa 


w |m 


Tsai 



HocKiNc cousry. 





Oovcrnor, 


1 
1 


eecrela^Dt Slate, 


1 


Pre^ldeot. 
1884. 




T„,™^^^. 


1 




11 


il 


II 


ll 


ii 




1 


Benlon 


99 
443 

i 

7» 


1S3 

m 




a 


■m 

290 

S 

12)1 


109 

70 
WT 

M 

G3 

u5 


199 

» 
170 
IW 

112 
308 

2a3 

K 

is 






am 

lea 

wu 

W) 

are 

142 
3U 

280 

m 

281 


116 

lid 

84 

US 

70 

167 
Kl 
Ul 


89 
148 

■a 

80 
202 
248 

ue 
ifii 

144 


..... 

a 
s 

:::': 

41 


I 


■Ml 


Falls 


15 




83D 


firwi^ - 




IT 






S 
15 


i" 












































SSS;:--;:;- 


GO 

76 
IS8 

HI 


as ...„ 

3M , 1 

"IJ. 

IM 1 

M 

m ' 


..„.. 

"a" 
w 


1 

au 

4!» 

«0 


401 


IMPK.GaTbonhill 

W«*log«m. 


MT 
188 
368 






4S 


44U 


™ 


2&sa 


117 


" 


44MI 


1819 


2428 


» 


28 













HEPOBT OF SECBKTARV OF 3TATE. 
H0LHE9 C 





0.,™ 


i 

i 


-•""a"'"". 


1 


Froddeat. 

IBM. 




'"XSl'" 




i 






ll 


II t'" "* 


|i 


ll 




1 
1 




to 

1 

SI 

1 


i 
i 
i 


;::::: 




226 

1 

366 

1 

_i 

M81 


1 

.1 

13tt 


.7« 1 


•1 « 


01 i 1JR7 


1 






48 

w 

g 
Is 

101 


15i 








W7 

i 

i 


1 


:■■ 


I 








s 




i 


















S! 


r. 


..';. 


>» 




_^ 


■! 


gffe=-- 


ffi 


5SSaS^::= 


,_ 


- 


M« 


""" ~ 


"•' 


szae 


21 


» 


"» 


ixe 


S3M 


"- 


" 


ins 



HDRON (OUSrV. 





Ooveroot. 
USS. 


1 


Hecn 


t*ir of SUte, 


i 


Pie-ldeni. 
ISM. 






i 


If 


^i 


pl 


ii 


l| 

Ik 


11 


II 


ll 


^1 


ii 


1 


1 


u™™- 


1 

i 

'i 

« 

170 
24 
1«0 
Iftl 


1 

J 

4U 

la 

m 

M 

S 
iS 

210 

41 
62 

ae 

0( 
101 


, 




2H3 
S» 

Xtl 
24S 

i 

IBS 

iH 

•77 
4M 

2W 
tSJ 

gn» 


90 

2.^1 
ITJ 

i 

1.M 

1 

OTil 

W 
49 

'1 


2i7 
lis 

7* 

:i 

161 
7tl 
114 

ly* 

M 

»7 
«1 

m 


211 


4 

« 
22 

7 

a 

? 

8 
4S 


i 

M 

240 

i 

47B 

1 

ITO 

£ 
i 


1IIA 

s 

i 

2ii 

124 

IM 
2S0 

1 

48 

225 
201 

'J6 

18U 


114 

'S 

1.9 

107 
10,'! 

12B 


, 


> 


290 


gal-?'?" 


1 

9 


..w 


! 

e 


1« 

i 
1 


'™ 
















S 


SsS-i-rr 


516 


"W;^::::;.::-::: 


i 


!Sr^=— :: 




w^-'"-"^ 


« 


E 


1 






SKs;-=~ 


-.' 


41 


Kl 








"" 


na 


w; 


" 


7«7 


4M3 


s»» 


aa 


tm 


4«0 


*"' 


.1 


m 









ELECTION BTATIflTICB. 
JACKSON CODNTY. 







1 


aecTclBrr ol Slnlo. 
tost. 


I 


Praaldam. 

1*84. 




Townships Slid 


8 


If 


JI3 


»| 


Ii 


II 


pl 


ii 




IS 

1 

> 


G 

D 


1 




'I 

i 

176 
M 


"i 

•s 
1 


« 


.... 


MG 

BT! 
ZW 

«1 
»9 


■ 600 

tut 


1 

m 
lot 


"s 




i 

T31 
Sl-i 


IS 

169 
S3 

i 
i 


4M 














w 


:;■.:: 
















Wek- 














^7 


:z 




OrtHIUPrednul... 
mwom 


Si? 






Totals -. 


a\a 


2413 


T* 


»H 


«i» 


zm 


ID 


70 


0223 


sm 


2^85 


s. 


M 


AIM 



JCTFEKWir COUNTY. 





OoTcmor, 


i 


Seer 


tMyof Bute. 


1 


Pn-lrteni, 
ISM. 




Tovin'lilM •nd 




i 


Ii 


Si 

it 


I 


il 


II 


II 


•I 


II 

-J: 


Ii 


1 


1 
1 


is::.^^ 


""itB 
T« 

M 

M 
U 

US 

■a 

u 

s 

102 

1 

IW 

'i 
1 


111 

OS 

■i 

20 
106 

i 

IM 
IW 
H 


...„. 


]::: 


143 

1M7 

•s 

2» 

177 
lOG 

19J 

Km 

2W 


1 

x't 

140 

1 

180 
4SI 

m 

1 
1 


«o 
100 

7S 
120 

00 

IW 
42 
M 

1 

IM 
lOS 

i 

mi 

101 

w 
i»> 

M 


E 


1 


29S 
14« 

no 
» 

IW 

B. 

2M 
401 

Ts 

S92 
172 


lo: 

,S 

70 
M 
8S 

1 

M 

'£ 

i 

i 
i 

m 

76 


4G 

41_ 
103 


1 
1 

69 


"i 
J 

1 


5 


air'5Sr.t::: 


aw 


Knox 




i 


liu 


SiiflSSrPreoliiol.. 
MIUKO - .■ 




23 
22 


"i 
s 
i 






G 


:;:;: 
':::;: 




Ethmoid PredncL. 

See:=e 

Bbuiichkl Pnclncl.. 
Uoui-aSUUou Pre.. 


2Jl> 

■id 

Ml 


^Se-:z 


212 
471 


Ig^ffe 


2 

1 


r 


121 










WdilenTlUa Fie 

York 


70 1 






m» 




' 


T»l 


"" 


SM7 


M 


» 


«244 


4834 


sae 













BCPOBT OF aECBBTABT OY BTiXK. 
KKOX OODNTV. 





Oovflmor, 


i 


aecrewiT ol 9MU, 


3 


Pi»ld<n>t. 
isu. 




TomAlo* and 


^i 


ft Jill 


il 
11 


II 


8s 





jl 


as 

="5 


a 


1 


f 




108 

1 

122 

1 

il 
s 

1 


1» 

'is 

To 

is 

lai 

89 

;a 

IBS 


f •- 


2N 
210 

in 

i 

2Ja 
391 


1 

1 

so 

i 

lis 
l» 

OK 

i 

X7 


111 

i 

w 

Is 
'I 

10 1 
IM 

W 

1 

ISO 


"a 


2 

1 
1 

s 

i 


a- 

is 

IS 

is 

i 

i 

ITO 

i 

468 


1 

«» 

ISl 

liT 
M 

,S 

i 

ID-i 

i 

an 


lis 

!S 

£ 

12S 

IS 
1 

la 

08 

1 

ll« 

s 

IBl 


-J 


i 

i 
1 


i-n 






Bailer 

Cl«y. _. 


u 


"I 


IBl 

2E(t 












z 


! 

« 




Hiwutd' „. 

J«d:ion 

I.'bfriy,.,r".! '.'.'.'. 

SSTZ:.:::::- 


227 
2J2 
2% 
210 


iSS-:==:z: 


■un 




fi 


1 

■\ 

14 

1 


















Sw 


ffiudE= 


2M 




3910 


SM 


171 


1. 


TOM 


asts 




,» 


TWT 


■»' 


S530 


lil 


IM 













LAKE COUNTY. 





IHSS. 




1 

■i 


a*ereury ol State. 


1 
1 


„^,. 




'"Itt- 


i 


ft 
an 


•IE 


il 


11 


II 


20 


il 


ii 




t! 


1 

I 


C Td 


98 

9Tt 
M4 


)3 

1 

US 


"J. 


J 

15 


lii 
lai^ 


110 

1 

IK. 

S 


1 


1 


1 

i 


m 

MO 
MM 

4t0 


1 
1 


!T 


22 


'& 


g'SS'" ■: 




!" 


fsr""' 


1«» 












aa 


Uu 


' 


* 


S7TI 


3802 


1!« 


SI 


6! 


*107 


IBffi 


1120 


110 









KLE.TION eXATISTICS. 
LAWEBKCE COUNTY. 





1SS3. 


f 
I 


3e«^etllr^■ of aiale, 
18M. 


i 
1 


"S5"'' 




T....b,j..«d 


!! 


II 


l| 


1: 


Ii 


|i 


ii^l 


Ii 


if 


ii 


t 


i 




iS 

3S7 

"iKf 

iin 
m 

IK 

a» 

3Sl 

mi 

2U 
3t» 


1 
1 

m 

■1 

111 

M 
156 

119 


'is' 


:::: 


2M 
■■■*"■ 

rait 

29! 

S 

i 

IHT 


3a> 

1 

i«e 
in 

i 

MS 
167 

2» 

s 


us 




8 


284 
270 
KM 

"Mil- 
■OS 

266 

S 

222 

i 

MO 

1 


W7 

1 

IM 

a 

267 
Z7B 

1 


1S9 
4W 

:i 

B2 

tIM 
W 

4& 
2W 

106 

in 

1 


..1 


2 


2« 


B3 

laa 

196 

lis 

1 

114 
172 


■;:::: 

:; 


"i 
s 


S 




S74 


Sbcridau " ..-. 
li'aillBPrMlnM.. 


« 


e: 


!Si 


Uninn— 





I 


S 
















2 


.,.;. 






■TS'S^ 


■g 


:::: 






:::■: 


S 




1 :EEE 




















was 


3191 


SI 




7IBT 


«TH 


am 


> 


21 


S0G3 


4HI7 


W24 


a 


44 









LICKING COnNTY, 





.o,™ 


1 


■~"K"^ 


1 
1 


Pretddeat. 
I8H. 




Towni.hlM.nd 


i 


Iftf 


ll 


II 


il 


I 




Ii 


1- 


il 


54 


1 


nm Inm'Mi 


76 
12 

1 

9fi 

1 
1 


i 

i 

Ml 

ii 


4 


":: 


fflT 

2M 
167 
2M 

207 

W4 

2SS 

241 

Sll 
HID 
467 
124 


71 

m 

7? 
1 

114 


1 

170 

IM 

180 
lOfi 

2n 

28* 

il 


"l 


i 

~'i 

..... 

1 


1 
1 

at 

216 

477 

i 


s 
1 

32 

s 

6» 

1 

lift 


150 

14U 

i 

lU 

il 

IRQ 
IM 
164 

!S2 

1 

141 


2 


5 

..... 
1 




^lS!5~:::.r 


2M 


H^"~-= 








ii" 




R 




■j 


"i 




^Sl— :=: 


SfiO 

a 


&,-....-=: 




1 


2 


«! 


ifiaiwii 


8 


~. 


i 


^..- .-■::: 


i 



BEPORT or BECRBTARY OF BTATB. 
LtCKIHO COltnTT-OoDtlnned. 





»»K-- 


f 


8«™.^of8»U, 


i 


■•«••■ 


i 

1 


'"isr"' 


tl 


If 


i 


5^ 

gs 


If 

■^5 


II 




Is 
1= 


ll 




"Wis 


Uft 

m 
lit 

43 


US 

Si 

i 

119 


i 

■■"s 


1 
11 

3 


1 

b-JS 

«i 

lU 


1 

80 

11« 

1 


116 

1 

110 

toe 


3 


E 


2S2 

iBi 
su 

i 

TO 


1 

IHl 
113 


i 

MS 

168 

va 
lie 
un 

us 

VT 
158 


3 
u 


-J 
""a 


i 


ffi : ==z 


Ilh " 


Ft 


lSEE= 

"■SSFp,-.., 


e 1 a&i 


■ir 


1 


11 


ila 
.no 


Booth 




12 








UO? 


sm 


80 


« 


lt««»|«81 


m7 


•' 


10«K 


«" 


69M 


u 











LOQAN COUSTT. 





Governor 




Becreurr of Bute, 




PiMdeni. 








*" 


1 






1 








T,.-Jj..i, 


II 




II 


*l 


11 


i! 


ll 


ll 


ii 


s = 

II 




1 
1 
























«7 


1411 




, 








w 







IM 


128 


UN 






IM 




,'S 










m 


a?r" 






" 

















MU 


IIU 










































































































IS 


'Si 




^ 




13! 


'£ 








s 


7S 














































































































































































































































































































































































m 


1M 










m 


'■* 






132 




^ 
































































































t«0 








no 




MUl 


3«J 


19» 


* 


ajw 


»4e 


WWJ 


• 


18» 


8SW 


ms 


au5 


15 


IW 









ELECTION STATBTrCB. 
LORUM CODNTY. 





IHSS. ' 


1 


Been 


"&£'"•"•■ 


f 

1 


PnaldQDI, 




To«n9hlM«i.a 


a 


l1 


il 

■IS 


i 


S3 


a 


il 


il 


<S£ 


-1 

II 


iii 


1 




233 
109 

1 

is 

IGl 


zas 

407 

'I 


1 




,1 

113 

no 

«63 


a 

ITO 
171 

mi 

100 
200 
IM 

■as 

M 


1 

IM 

s 
1 

■■!! 


E 


17 

s 


MO 

SJ 

aao 

1 

i 

i 

ION 


m 

IS 

ITS 
IK 

IS 

i 

12S 
778 

Z 


1 

M 

1 
1 

is 


"iii* 


3 

« 

I* 

1» 








MjMjJwr 




E 


™J 


^Bniiiii 








pwliiii 


1< 




au 


^^~ — 


d 


■;:::. 


ss 


^^^' 


»r.;::;;.r::;;-.;; 


3«> 




.,,.. 


...„. 






lot 






3S 







*1 


I 


W 


717 


ToUli _. 


49ia 


S115 


iJ« 


' 


«B7 


MMI 


aaa 




SB 


8BU 


MT8 


SIW 


» 


no 


nog 



r 



LDCAS COOSTY. 



I 





».;„.,. 


1 

1 


SecreUrj o( eiale, 


1 
1 


PrwIddDt, 
1S84. ^ 




Town ihlw Bint 


Bit 


1 


il 


II 


ij 


il 


il 


il 




si 

II 


il 




1 

1 


"S-Km » 


i 

■s 

M 

in 

i 

ISO 

JI6 


H9 

ffi 

ITS 

im 

!£ 

143 

1 

SSI 
ffil 

tw 

87J 

soe 


s 

1 


I 


t03 

1 

4S1 

mi 

MS 

s 

g&l 

i 

&7i 


8U4 
874 

171 

m 

130 
377 
417 
2M 

1 

270 


SB 

s 

US 

i 

I8t 

1 
1 


•j" 


I 


1 

MO 
4U 

i 

i 

Si 


1 
1 

134 
874 

2) 


i 

aw 

HIT 




i 
4 




" : tr.= 


869 


-: i= 


8| 


: S:::::r 


1 

14 


1 


471 




■^ 


i 






«: 1= 


531 
S4S 

i 

138 
KM 


14 


SIS 
M4 


- c..::;'." 





BEFOBT OF flSCBETARY Of STATE. 



LUCA8 CODMTV— CoDUaiiad. 





Ooj^r, 


i 
i 


■"""K"""' 








'"SSE"- 


a 


If 


i| 


9^ 
II 


ll 


11 


Hi 


I 


ll 


II 

3_j 


ii 


« 


i 
1 


South TolBdo- 


N 


■s 

w 

lis 

w 

M 
47 

m 

'S 

m 

1 




1 


1 

i 

1! 

2M 
KM 


7U 
ID 

isa 

leo 

ee 
iw 

30S 
IM 

■1 


06 

09 

1 


::: 


...„. 


:oi 

ISA 

m 

SOS 
S16 

aao 

IK 


i 

iti) 

;s 

99 

so 


109 
Si 

1 


1 


; 
i 

t 

u 














1 

6 


,.„- 

..... 

H 




SE=i 


i 
^ 


l^^^—:::" 




10 

12 

m 












WhllehoMW - 

W«yn«ncia Town'p 


1 


Tou.1.- 


BOW 


ira 


JOS 


as 


HTO* 


8203 


-» 


42 


vxat 


8341 


TOM 


181 


1!» 


urn 



MADldON COUNTY. 





18S3. ' 


! 


Becralary ol State, 


i 


P«.^»t. 




'"^SST"" 


if 


i 


Ijll 


il 


*5 

Is 


il 


il 


ll 


II 






1 

1 


L'UitaK ~ _. 


119 
lU 

m 

2H 

m 
m 


' 9S 

ii 

S3 

u 

ISI 
8S 


s 

..... 
1 


i 


i 

us 

142 
Ml 
- 16T 

148 

1100 


IM 


m 
sot 

77 
70 

i 

6» 


E 


", 


IS7 

4DS 
1110 


MB 

s 

m 

SHU 
59J 


1»7 

,i 

10 

602 




..... 


1 

IS 

1> 




SffEEE 




i 


SSS;::.-.;:::-- 


Kr=r; 


iS 




ss 




uu 


ToUU. _ 


XM 


»ffi 


l§ 


' 


4»ea 


Mffl 


Mas 




" 


W7S 


™e 


m 


' 


„ 


SIM 



ELECTION BTATiariCfl. 
MinONINQ O 





Uovemor, 
1S93. 


i 


SecreMry ol 6ulr, 


I 


Praddenl. 

ISM. 




Town«&lp« ana 


1 


11 


Ij 


11 


liiii 


Ilill 


Ii 


i| iijij 


1 
1 




M 

M 

l!i 

•s 

u 

221 

ilM 

i 

366 

280 
IK 

■m 

•M 


1 
1 

"E 

11 

MI 

ii". 

s 

jm 

13B 
HI 


..... 

"S 

5 


1 
5 

47 
B 


IM 

2ra 

ffl7 

i 

1129 

m7 

I3S 

190 

2S7 

357 
878 

m 

IH 

M7 


ii» 
i 
if 

71 

m 
tat 

m 


M 

im 

DO 

m 

S9 
M 

Kl 
2W 


• 


' 


1 

IS9 

W7 
273 

alu 

sn 

so 

4(W 

MS 
MB 

MO 
«6S 


ITS 
IK 

1 

ifla 
113 

MO 

'S 

IB2 

7t 
1^ 

asi 

105 

IM 
346 
2«B 


IHI 

w 
111 

B2 

1 

IM 
ISO 

n 

4» 

481 

1 

214 


J 


g 

1 

3 




B^;™-" - ■ 


164 


<Sz" : : 


IS 

a 

10 

a 


2 

B 

..... 


¥ 










Elitworlh 


201 

anu 

s 










is::::: 


9 

as" 


4 
32 

a 

i 


B2S 

b;o 

487 
67» 
666 




«.« 


UM 


87 


]>l 




*- 


■1 


10811 


•" 


44S2 


iB6 


IflBSP 


... 









UARIO-f COUHTY, 







1 


8«ret«r*oI aute, 


1 


PfMiaeDt. 




Townships nod 


i 


i 


if 


!i 


1 


ii 


II 


II 


ll 




ii 


t 


1 

-a 

s 












Blgldm.-I- 

BowlloK Green- 

ClBrtdoii- 


61 

116 

1 


l»7 
S) 

1 


10 

I 

2 


r. 


3S7 


HO 

m 

1 


102 

m 

8B 


:::: 




S43 

i 


132 

1 


in 

1 


= 


J. 


296 




::::: 


\ 






= 


1 








Uarioa Tawuhip':" 


<U 




KEPOST or BECRETARY OF STATE. 
MAKIuK COUNry—CanUnneil. 





Oovernor, 


i 


Seorewtrol Etate. 


i 


Prwldenl, 




mmiSt 


8 


fill 




illli 


11 


II 


11 


l1 :yki 


1 

1 


"!«7m....„ 

M - 


in 

12« 

i 

M 

S 


1 


s 
1 




1 

Si 


m joi 
iM ua 


■:::; 


10 

E 

15 


aw 

Ml) 

s 

280 
231 


lis 

1C« 

1 


IH 
IW 

ins 
*a 

228 


1 


10 

« 

i 


iS 






Eui PreciDcl 


i» 

VG 


IM 
363 
121 


». 














ffliRS:::::::.-:=:: 


i 






Total. „ 


3I8Z 


Mm 


in 




u» 


2409 


»1M) 


.... 


W 


»» 


IH39 


m» 


Mn 



UKDI4A COUSTV. 





OoTfmor 


^~ 


B.crfWr. ot 9tal« 




PtWldMK. 


' — - 






,m 


i 




IStl, 


1 




18H. 




ToWDlblM RDd 


■^& 


M^^ 


E3 


il 


s*= 


*S 


•*f 


li 


ti 


^^ 


^i 


1 






Hi 


s| 




■5» 


II 


il 


1 


|| 


ft 


ps 


1 














,„ 


M 




TH 


7111 








































gffiS;::;:.:::::::::: 




















































































































































fji^ias 


i;'s 


loz 

BO 






S!! 


207 


'!? 






a7 


210 








^ 


EhSSS :.:.;:":::::: 
























































































































































































































































































lu 




2 






IflJ 


U 










B9 










1»W 


en 


IK 


^ 


5406 


S402 


2187 


" 


m 






2IM 


M 


1ST 













BLECTION STATISTICS. 
MEiaS COUNTY. 





1^ ' 


f 
I 


SeiT. 


"K""* 


1 


Pntfdeal, 
ISM. 




To..^.JJp.n„. 




61 
II 


jl 


1 


iJ 


a 


1 


fl 


|i 


Ij 


ii 


15 


1 
1 


. 


1 

CO 

li 

as 

M 

1 

MS 


Kt 
" 

ii 
M 

in 

H7 

1 


J 


-i" 


MS 
146 

12 

t\ 
U 
320 

IM 

im 

170 
6W 


S 

US 
lU 

u 

s 

laa 

116 

1 


i 

1 

W 
1« 

1! 

i 

20 


z:; 


• 


815 

i 
s 

UH 

120 
980 

201 

1 


211 

laa 

24S 

152 

1S8 

i 

i» 

153 

m 

;i 

4M 

ail 

i2 


is 

w 

i 
i 

28 

.i 

1U5 
IM 

lU 
M 

1 




: 


im 




s? 




tsrr"-- 


-j" 


5 


1 

3 


2 


4a 


Ulildleport Preclui^L. 


1«S 

aoo 

iii 

lOS 


ssrreri- 


18 

at 

g 

9 


,::;:: 




i 


5S 















, 


"5 


...„. 








Si " :■:::::::::;:: 


"1 


3 


!S 


lUdH Pndnct. 


1 


E 


R 


Brncnue l*recinct!„ 




» 




















"" 


™ 


' 


eiM 


iiat 


«W 


t 


10. 


6«04 


4IT7 


MM 


17 


- 











1 








HERCffit COUNTY 


















I "■";■.*"- 


IWS. 


i 


SecreTiry dI SUM, 


1 


Pre«id«ii(, 






If 


!1 


il 


11 


il 


II 




1^ 


"4 


to 


i! 


1 




^ 


ISfil * 






im 










Hff 






ffrt 


























































"It 


2"! ... . 






w 




.... 




350 


w 


' 


» 










's7 

















'S 


317 






































































































?s 






^1 S 


z« 






884 


«1 


2» 










..... 


.... 




















-4W 






2B2 93 


so 










245 








L "T.I"';:; 








"" 


HIG 


' 




4TO 1877 


B»l» 


' 


■^ 


5110 


18U 


3TJ8 


8 


i» 




■ 




L ^ 



BEPORT OF SECRETARY OF BTATB. 
UlAUJ COUNTY. 





1983.. 


1 
1 


aec^UTTot Bute. 


1 
1 


PreM ileal. 

11«1. 




ToWDHtiipa Had 


II 


1! 


ll 


II 


il. 


II 


Ik 


li 


Ori 


ll 


is 

II 




i 




17t 

see 
11* 

Ml 

z 

Hi 

■JMI 

i» 
■ax 


110 

s 

»7i 






1 

aso 

mo 

ss 
S 


m 
m 

1 

no 

307 
207 

■m 


1» 
Iffj 

107 
Mb 
S» 


r 


! 

80 


MS 
SKI 

1 

StR 

Mi 
uo 

E 

U9 


201 

7B 
MO 

sm) 

IM 
2.« 

IW 

i 


238 
HI 

sn 

m 
wo 
xn 

819 

Its 

»7 
W7 


a 


U 

1 

I 




Brown — 
Rant f redDCt... 

cSS,.^ 


''i 


if 

1 



^ 






Steele; 


741 


"ffirK.7»„ 




«5?-- 

ijw.;a ......... .. 


.,?, 







§tt^";;:::::::- 




CaloD — 




wS?.r.;....:::::::- 


i 












MM 


■wc 


M 


M 


■ai 


S2>D 


«}£< 


IS 


IIM 


9907 


KM 


tCM 


" 









UOSSOK COrHTY. 





QoT^or. 


1 
1 


■.a; 


•%."""" 


i 


FmMnU. 




TowaihlMtnd 


1 


OB 


It 


si 

SI 


■ 
s 


*5 

II 


11 


11 


|i 


II a 


i 


1 


Adim* „.. 


16 

S 

■7 

1 

S2 

90 
130 

M 


U» 
MA 

IM 

iS 

it 

106 

SI 


1 


.... m 


53 
SB 

1 

53 

'i 

229 

S 

lOS 

i 


M7 
lio 

1 

290 


.... 


.;■. 


STl' 

ati 

331 

012 
291 

1 

206 

» 

250 


1 

150 
IS 

1 
1 


310 
Ul 

IW 

m 

201 
MM 

391 
104 

li 

195 


:i: 


3 

T 




Seee 


:::::: 


1 

i 






















Msl-Wi ■..- 

SiL :::::Z:;:::: 


E 


E 


z 


^: 








Z'..'. 


1 


|nnrtimf.,„. 



































1307 


MM 






"" 


1630 


«a. 





) 


5686 


1M5 


1010 


» 


IB 


san 









KLECTIOS sTAirerics. 

MQNTOOMERT COnTTT, 



TDWD'hlpi UHt 



4 g| II 



■I ^t« f 



Oaj tin — ' It Wud-A 



7th - A 





"m'. 




IS: 












































117 1 






































Oovemor. 


1 

3 


a«cr«ury ui uute. 


1 
1 


■^.r- 


= 


"-Itt-' 


iiBil 


tl 


ilBii 


tl 


L Mi 


1 

1 




..."..|,r.;' 


181 


mi 










E:;= 










in 
m 

640 

s 

HO 


•3 

1 
1 

i 

Hi 

103 


n 

i 


IM 

n 

ta 


Brtn-J 


"W\ "ioii 


i 


...„ 


as 

4M 


Ml "":* 

107 Z'.'~. 

\T.:z 

100 

ll» 

lai ' 

MS 

M 

s e: 


i 

u 

» 
1 


Si=:=£ 


M6 


117 

101 
9S 
1*3 
2Ti 


o» 1 

01 •".'.'.'.' 


i 


£1 




138 


;;;;■ 














?' § 




WlMtoor. „ 


..; K 




■!« 






Total! 


aowlisi 


siMJg 




acta .... 


IM 


M14 


3SM 


itn 




ij we 



SEPOBT or SBCBETABY OF STATE. 



UOBHOW CODKTT. 



^ 


im. ' 


i 


•°"-iJ»°"""- 


i 
1 


FraldenI, 
WM. 




■b"' 


i 




II 


Ij 


li 


as 


li 




el 

II 


if 


fj 


1 

i 




ISO 

1 

401 


IS 
31ft 


3 


:::': 


27^ 


MS 

XT-I 
M 

n 

K8 

B3 
I'JK 

79 

Sir 


M ; 

las "i 

li 

IB .;~ 
IDS .... 


1 


SOD 


i 


,iii 


3B 


a* 




i 


ar— ::::: 


1U3 


a 








M 


4Ut 

an 

22S 

1 


1 

1M 


170 
»1 

1 


E 


«3 












•r 


Its 
•an 
1™ 






1 

m 




16 




North BJaomOeid _.. 




South Bloomfleld ... 




Totalf 


im 


21-a 


2i:o 21 


1« 


4Wi 


Mia 


'"» 


w 


M 


w» 



If CseWaPIl COtTNTT, 





Go-pmor 








Pnildeiil. 











i 
I 






1 






"'".SK"- 


II 


|i 


» 


'J 

n 


li 


11 


6i 


ii 


ii 


^1 


M 


^ 


1 

1 


Adaiim 






, 






u 












Itl 




^ 




































































































^-y- 






























































^^iro. — . 


in 




' 




Tm 


lac 


ISO 




* 


w 


1B( 


Iff 




* 


;s 
































































































































































































































g"'"«""'-~ 














uo 








tm 






















































■« 

































98 


1 

















ELECTION BTATIBTICa. 
tlDBKOraniil CODNTT-C^Unntd. 





"="• 


i 
1 


Becm.jj^rBUtt, 


i 

1 


Predg.,.!. 




TownKhfm nnd 


i 


II 


11 


II 


II 


»3 

II 


il 


11 




o| 


1 


t 


1 
1 




75 

iS 

i 
1 

IM 

■XI 


IS 

i 

li 

m 


'i 


1 ^fl 


B 

M 

70 

i 

171 

1 


181 

if 

69 

^t 

61 

\a 

170 

£ 
1 


1 


1 


1 
s 

608 


78 
18 

70 
2tD 

1 


UH 

a 
1 

141 
116 

i 

171 


= 


...... 


H3 

i 

no 


SS^aiii""::"-.:.:: 

Kow Cotiannl Pr«c. 


1 


279 

i 

MS 


-„ 


. 


















...J. 
"i 


.... 


...f„ 


,-:: 


-i 


;;:;; 


i 


« : - - -■ 


» i; — " — 


~"g" 


..„. 














i 


:::: 




g ; - — 


Ml 






-ToWi 


5HB 


5671 


30 


11178 


687* 


MW7 


36 


ee 


1186) 


6s«e 


Nt86 


" 


es 


I17» 



NOBLE TOOSTT. 





1^° ' 


1 
1 


Sec« 


"K."""' 


l' 
1 


Prwldenl, 




'"■TK"" 


<6^ 

II 


I 


i| 


II 


1 


11 


as 


il 


ii 


II 


iSi! 


1 


Bwnr 






16 










, 












, 


































































































mFi;idM:::::. 


















































































;>')! 










































































































































MirloD 




76 






































































































280 


.? 






























nf 


l" 








lit 


m 




n 


™? 




105 


m 


11 


IT 


us 




SO 




8 


IM 




■a 








Tonli .._»-... 


llfll 


ama 


»8 


4461 


3401 


31U 


« 


61 


«1( 


1886 


1061 


31 


m 


4HI 



BBPORT OF SECRETaBT OF STATB. 
OTTAWA C005TY. 





Governor, 

1888. 


1 

1 


SMraMr; nl SUle, 


f 


"SS"'- 




TOWDab»is &nd 


II 


It 


^1 


U 


11 


ii 


si 

4« 


fl 


ll 






1 


»[™ 


1 


1 






i 
Si 

« 


1 

1 
g 

1 


IW 

1 

G88 




■f 


118 

ua 


'i 


1 


..„ 




•i 




.:x;; 


.z 






■;■- 


i 








T 


8M 

■a 

66« 


3M 

m 

1 


919 

817 
M 


m 

i 

i» 

s 


H«fi;'~--r.:."::r 


"is- 

172 

1 


1 

2» 

S5 

we 


::"" 


Potttse — 


:::::; 


T 


M " _. 












WW 


!T» 





WS3 


UM 


m67 


s 


11 


MM 


IS7S 


ZT« 


" 


" 


<a> 





PADLDING fOONTV. 





1883. 


1 


—K'-"- 


s 


Pr«ild«nt, 




Towiu^mnd 


!l 


ll 


a 


11 


ll 


2 


fi 


3. 

II 


Ij 


a 


K 


1 
1 




1 
1 

in 

1 


1 
1 
1 


:r 


= 


US 

i 
i 
1 


i 
1 

188 

1 


M 

37t 

28 
134 

07 

884 

87 






MS 

soe 

2VI 
181 
NO 

i 


i 
1 


US 

1 




..... 






.... 












z: 


:::: 


..... 


T 

8 










:z: 


:::: 














1 




Si 


tMW.. 





_. 


E:: 




















ToWi . 


mo 


1S« 







8«0 


UM 


jam 


' 


.... 


4841 


2182 


OT 


■ 


18 


COS 




ELECTION 8TATHT1C8, 



PERRY COUNTY. 





""JS-"' 


1 


""""To."'""- 


j 


pTMldSQl. 

1884. 




'^Tite- 


II 


wi 


IS 


ij 


£=■ 


* 


li 


^■6 




^1 

t2 


1 




1» 

IS 

i 

£ 

US 

'i 


n 

TO 

2S2 


™ 


I. 


2U 

1 

S51 

STK 

!!! 


M 

aw 

1 
i 

301 


B 

»T 

no 

711 
MS 






1 

f.i 

JOS 

720 


!S0 

IM 

ass 

IB 


1 

MS 

SIM 


< 




_. 




'f 

2 


:;:: 






2 

i 

9 


1 




feF-"— 











lo? 




BandTlUiPiwlDot 


;z 


» 


g 




Sil 


m» - 


1 





* 




™ 






.i 


S 


« 


7^ 






«« 




111. 


az2i 


' 


m 


OISB 


32« 


3S29 


Mi 


10 


esse 


mi 


811* 


Kl 


w 


8707 



PICKAWAY CO DUTY, 





1B83. 


J 


flecrel»T0t State, 


i 


Preildont, 

1S84. 




Townships lud 




II 


.a 


II 


^1 


ili 


il 




Pi 


II 


is 


1 
1 


™i..iii.- 


il 

ea 

1 

iw 

3M 

i 

as 


i 

IM 

iS 
1 


"i 


§ 


s 

1 

S24 
SS4 

<w 

IM 


1 


177 

1 

i 

184 

an 
w 

i 

asa 

181 




i 


aw 

134 

i 

i 

ass 

488 

W4 


81 
70 

aoi 

i 

i» 

1S8 

ee 


170 
189 

!l? 

lOD 

180 

i 

i 

i 

au 

180 


...„ 


1 




ITeee 






::::: 


..... 
.... 

8 

I 

"s 








i^-^ = 


=: 


3 


...... 

■'a 

3 

a 


&' 






H«nfnu 

J«rk«'.n 

Mkdllnli_ 


s 


Muhlenhrrg. 


4ai 






^^i:;;..;:.;;;:;;::::: 


tw 




"s 


;;;;: 


s 








«li8 


3S80 


o 




6318 


^ 




as 


teas 


3980 


sssa 


' 


" 









t 




OF SECBBTARY OP STATI, 
PIKS COCKTY. 





O(mTO0r, 


i 


SeoraUcT ol SUIe, 


1 
1 


Fnaldml. 




TOWTlsh^Wld 


•^i 


l1 


11 


S! 


"1 


ft 5 


,^2 

II 


a 


a j 


IP 


il 


1 

i 


Be.v*r 


bi 

I 

(a 


m 

i 

i 
1 

in 




I 


2i* 
384 

15fi 


»9 

St! 


1 

i 


::::: 





1« 

1 


16! 

s 

U 


111 
1M 

1*6 
IM 




2 


inn 






O^Creek.. 




,... 




3 












11 


li 




VmU>aZZ..'Z'.'.'.Z'"- 






2IS 

S17 




! 












-.! 






&=■■■■■= 






1 










Total« _. 


IBM 


2204 


83 


m 


W67 


175S 


!UB8 


a 


1. 


USl 


17W 


7J» 


4!<» 



PORTAGE COUNTY. 





Qavemor, 

IKS. 


1 
1 


SecfeliiTof BUM. 


i 
1 


"mf- 




TownshlHUid 


jj 

H^ 


ft Mil 


Ij 


il 


a 


il 


|| 


il 


11 

69 

J 


M 

i 

IG 
32 
10 

?i 


1 
1 




1 
i 

IM 

i 
1 


I7» 

4e 

f 

ir> 

ISO 

im 

Is 

(108 

"Sir 


'i 

18 

'I 

SI 

! 


39 


288 

s 

MS 

sua 

871 

ssi 

MO 

1 

Mg 


ii 
1 

146 
179 

i-x 
tea 

i 

lis 

,s 

WW 


191 

'a 

1 

« 

11 

i»V 
KT9 


IS 
18 

i 
I 


... 


i 

IMS 

224 
SW 

an 
an 
»i 

1 
1 


IK5 

i 

lag 
» 

SI 

i 


i 

70 
!«) 

1 

lis 

lOU 
46 
JIM 

\Si 

M 

w 


l(lf[ 




^ 


SffiSS™— ;:;:r 








w 














1 


S^EEE 








1 








s 








Touls — 


" 


'" 


S27.1 


lU 


m 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 
I-BBBLE COaKTY. 





Goraraor 




Seen 






Pinddanr. 










1 
1 






1 








T-wju^an. 


cas 


II 


II 
be 


li 


ii 


u 


ii 


s 


11 


il 


^1 


Ij 


1 




IW 


111 


. 




MS 


ITS 


IIJ 




7 


■w 


171 


iin 




T 










40 


■■- 





















' 




oSSf- - 






































































































































































































































»; 








Jm 


St 







^ 








.-,. 


4 


f» 


fiSS;.vr~".z:::i 










































































— , 




WJ 




._„ 






»L 


son 








Totll* 


Z»H 


M. 


IM 




5t;l 


MSI 


!£8r 





185 


4212 


am 


mi) 


" 


^ 


<>2aB 



PUTHAU COtJKTY. 





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1 
^ 


S^i«(nry □[ ante, 

iim. 




Pn*(aeiit, 




--Itt- 


i 


M 


1 


1 


«i 


il 


11 


6j 


i! 


51 




1 
I 


BUoChtm 


1 


1 
i 

1 

159 


1 


1 


1 

i 

g 
Si 


H2 

i 

112 


IM 







1 

1« 

1 

KB 
1211 


1 

in 

i 

HI 

.1! 


1 
1 
1 

lEl 


i 


i 

6 


m 


jHkKm _ 







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.... 


I 










:r, 




DA 


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..... 






11 




m 




&™*=E 










S 




toDih - ;:;::.' 


» 


.... 


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Tol«li - 


t9« 


9m 


22 


e 


SWi 


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17 


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841 REPOHT OF SECRETARY OF ^^^^^^^^H 
BICEL&ND COUNTV. V 




"TST" 


-a 
3 


SecteMryof tUnle, 


i 

I 


U84. 


1 


•i 


I 






ll 


5=§ 

SB 


II 


ii 




4^i 


BliKimlilE OroTC. 


i 

'S 

w 
u 

102 

Ml 


1 
1 

■ Kg 

ISO 

!S 

as 

878 
S>7 
W 


u 

5 

1 

i 


:.z 


i 

li 

lai 

S78 
■U 

SB7 
GW 

ro8 


1 
1 

cs 

1 

!S 

lu 

414 
840 

209 


81 

i 

104 
lis 

1% 

MO 


::: 


I 


ail 

485 

i 

4M 

i 

128 

758 

1 

21K 
M4 

«G3 


71 

i 

leo 

'« 

soe 

i 


I 

181 
81l> 
1G7 

Is 

lot 

123 
883 

4U4 

8W 


... 


J 

3 

« 

1 


i 
•s 

318 
44B 

a 
i 

8B| 

7tH 


. S;;=F-:?; 




E 


"u 

1 

2 


i'S,™=;:;:::;: 




Sffiiisi - 

North Praduot 

South " 

^^ikT 


"sr^S- 






ToUta 


1078 


4SZS 


180 





^ 


S9S8 


5288 


' 


118 


9848 


4018 


6191 


• 


141 


BSra 


SMS COIJ!iT\-. 


TowuihtH uil 


"-a™ 


1 
1 


S^r.^,y^,S^^. 


! 

5 


Pimldeot. 

1884. 


1 
1 


i 


If 


11 


si 

51 


1 


lijil 


ll 


11 


ll 


'is 


n 




SB 

IDT 

i 

U 

■ 


1 

384 

.r. 

i 

'S 

84 

■ 


...'. 


■■;;; 


■mi 

HI 

i 

s 

«7 

1(17 

Ifll 

HI 

■ 


i 
ii 

88 

73 

70 
SI 

■ 


210 

an 

S 

i 

2U 
111 

n 

■ 


..... 


1 

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s 
s 

170 

■ 


841 
322 

s 

383 

n 

■ 


M 
Hi 

80 

■ 


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1 


\ 

3 
S 

1 


HO 

1 

1 
IS 

i 






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S= 


I 


1 


Wert - ::::;l 

Wert ■■ 


1 


1 



ELECTION STATISTICB. 



ROSS cotmrv- 





1889. ' 


f 

3 


9eoret»^^fat.w, 


1 


P^^„i 




TOwiu-Up. »nd 


II 


i 


H 


11 


l| 


II 


II 


it 


II 


II 




1 


5:&- ■ - 


26S 


ail 
1 

301 


^ 




ns 

us 

3M 

Its 


US 


i 

334 




, 


5M 
KM 

at 

z 


31)9 
197 

1 


Hi 

1 


zi 


; 


m 


■wfi. :: 


;:::: 


1 


vu 














::: 




a : EEE 




1 






"ii" 












■ 


9119 


171« 


on 


• 


SB 


9tU 


uso 


4T23 


• 


" 









SAH DUSKY CODNTY. 





U88. 


f 

1 


Setm 


t^rs-w, 


1 


PT.«..t 




^TX"' 


0)^ 

II 


II 


il 


i 


i! 


il 


II 


Si 


J!" 


OS 


a- Si 


1 


BellMUc rntaaHiiZ 


m 

1 

111 


IBfl 
H9 

i 

i 

61 





B 

'iii 


206 
200 

1 

2^1 

HSU 
IM 


74 

147 

121 

79 
230 

lit 


103 

1 

368 
»1 

2« 


i 


■i 


4m 

2S1 
«W 

1 
1 

311 

1 

2S8 

1 

169 


11 

AG 

« 

1 

B 

188 
122 


211 

«s 

143 
2M 

IM 

311 
IK 

9a 
111 

237 


li: 


i 


227 


H«1«i..Preoinct- 


a 


Llnrtwjy 

SST::.:.:..::::::::.: 


100 




"i 


:::.: 


;;::;; 


1 




BftDduaby 

Beorl 

Towinend. 

Washiiwlon 


390 

S 


Vork... 

^rw:*^-. „ 




■*2' 


■;'■ 


, 


365 
291 


BH£T<i^aP^aoL 


:* 


s 


S 




2719 


rro 


no 


" 


««9 


am 


S790 


« 


» 


7010 


siao 


saM 


■' 


■" 










BEPOBT OF 8ECEBTAHV OF STATE. 
BCIOTO COUNTY, 





1883, '' 


1 

i 


«™»g^„,.... 


j 


TS"' 




"-;»"' 


sic 


1 


s 


5| 


il 


*2 
4S 


il 


II 


|J 


II 


II 




1 




19S 
1*5 


«S 




7 


122 


306 

"m 

'S 

no 

IM 

1 

'i 


uc 

1(U 
IW 

1 

117 
■ 'ft' 

1* 

ii 
1 

IS 






"'asi' 

lU 
872 

! 

2« 
»23 

SJ 

3S2 


""ioT 

1 

St 

s 

2S> 
182 


147 

m 

■a 
,i 

la 

2t» 

IM 
ISO 

1 

108 


.... 


I 




Bi^hciwk::::::;*::: 

UtwaffrecUict.. .. 






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1 


iii 

M 

i 


...„ 








3 








"i 





]& 




te'^"'":::; 




! 


"::; 






5 




^^rJ!~..^ 


m 

i 

1 


U7 

:i 

M 




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332 

1 

901 
190 

M9 


KM 










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2 


= 


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IT 








Total! _ 


SHI 


SIM 


u 


67TB 


«I9 


sxn 


36 


7870 


41M 


sasu 




30 


72M 



SENECA COUNTY. 





GOT^or, 


1 

3 

e- 


Saorata^f State, 


1 

1 


Pr«.lrt..iit. 






i 


If 


il 


si 


i! 


11 


ill 


Il 


si 

11 




11 


I 


Al 


M 

7» 
■■■■jj 
MS 

IS 

IM 

'S 

i 
1 

i 

107 


1 

191 
304 

1 

130 

i 


1 

34 


10 


...» 

484 

S 

405 

7W 
834 

870 

£! 

3«« 
S»T 
407 


1st 

li-i 

IV 

153 
K 

Mt 

lai 

119 
78 
49 


m 

lOft 

84e 

I4i 

s 

.S 

101 

MS 

212 
126 
303 

833 


"■«' 


1 

'in 

G 


2S« 
488 
4S« 

S 

218 
IK 

ItSO 

i£ 

SM 
3M 

S95 

1 


111 

US 

167 
«& 

SIC 

2lt2 
lU 
16 

IS 

ii 


85.) 

178 
2J2 

70 

lid 

loi 

216 
2JS 


11 


"4 


m 


fe-X'-'i":: 

g]g Pp'li'i' ~. 


z 


.,•, 


i 












KS ""«-«- 


!if 


S-: - 


» 


26 

4 


2j5 


•as*: "■"*»•- 


1 

': 

10 


2 


i 

(TO 


BST!:::-:::-.:;::;:- 

^== 
S»¥«- 


!! 


14 


s 




Ms 7 
889 




Venice _.. 




T««lB 


MT7 


4910 


lis 


SI 


E7Te 


3S1II 


AOM 


47 


110 


SOTS 


U04 


4060 88 


117 


visa 



V 


■ 


ELECTION STATISTICS. 


■ 


■ 


347 1 








BHSLBY CODMTY. 






1 


H 


OovsTDor, 




SecreMiT of BUle, 




p».d..i 




■ To-ai- 






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i 




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1 


Bi^ 


e-; 


. 




Ij 


=.=1 




a 


n ■ 


~^ 




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1 


II 


ll 


n 


II 


1 


II 


il 


I 


li 


II 






3 

^ 


■ ™.. 






















in 






, 














B3fi 


90 








ffi 


lU 




^ 
















































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™ 


'ni 






?M 


a 






1 




iSI 


IW 




■"f," 


a 








































































































































ITD 


124 






8M 




232 




* 






238 








gV.._ 


































im 


84 






im 


IM 






.... 


mi 


142 


m 






us 






































































^M ToMla, 


120 








212 


127 







2 


MO 


IK 


IIM 






MS 






2182 


was 






5TW 


IBU 


M6T 


1 


24 


SSIS 


2420 


MM 


» 


M 


HKO 


^^ 8TAEK COUNTY. J 




Oovernor, 




BeontmnlStMe. 


V 


Proddent. 

ISM. 


1 

1 


1 










a^ 










If 


H 

^6 


II 

31 


1 


If 


il 


i 


|l 


II 




^L „ 1,1 , 




«i 






fil- 


Tin 


If* 








7111 


m 


1 ji 


































H ^■'.■i'l' 
























































































































































































































208 










2GI 












































































































































































































































































^B rfiSJ^I- 






















































■ "^fc....- 


am 


■IKI 


















198 


, 












































HIT 










288 1 1... 














































































M 




%z 












^^1 ORtBhnrK PMvIaot. 




TU 






ial 


U9 


7U 


,..!!. 




300 


138 


W 


::::;:. J- 


S! 








































^M fuu 




a*6 1 

i 


■ 


ml MSI a 


1 

1 


■ 


■ 


!»! 11 81 MO ■ 



BKPOBT OF BECRETART OP BTATB. 
BTARK CODFTY-CwitlnD*)!. 





GOYWnor. 
IMS. 


1 


9«eret>rvdi Stale, 


1 


1«84. 




■^-SK-^ 


«ii 


II 


hE 


»5 
II 


IB 

1 


II 


11 


a 




1 




1 


^'uMlllonPiedDCI 


68 


m 

IN 

1 






310 

1 


Ml 

3 

108 
39 
190 


110 






si 

"'aii' 
i«i 

143 


lis 

S 
1 


169 

1 

71 






S8« 






2 

1 


7 








J 


2 




&=:::::;::;::: 


:.: 




!il 


1 


t 
































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wa.". 


■"MB' 


■■«i 

IM 

W 


-- 


li 


"'mo' 
23e 


too 

16B 




m 






ToUXo 


7»ST 


>IH 


" 


IM 


1AS8T 


8071 


S2M 


as 


leesn 


WIS 


- 


m 


lasoa 



I 





Oovjgor, 


i 


*~"^' *"**"■ 


i 
1 


P^Jd.* 




"".■a:-' 


i 


iiiij 


Si 

11 


>9 

fi 


ll 


ii 


II 




1 
1 


•KT-i-j 


S2 
1 

i 

1 

lU 

IM 


IM 

3sa 

101 

53 

W7 

aw 
wo 

i« 

SB 

1! 

89 

li 


2S 

i 


10 
H 
10 

S 

1 


861 

«7 
ZDI 

WT 

m 

IS 

ant 

uo 
m 

s 
a 

4es 


SOS 

»i 
lie 

a 

a 
1 

210 
2M 

1 


100 

S 

EM 
112 

s 

IM 
106 

■m 

i 


8 

J 

11 

i 

i 

10 


6 

IB 

"lio" 

1 


Ml 
489 

a 

g 

1 
i 


2U 

»t 

867 
2M 
291 

859 

jao 

2(4 

an 

»ft8 
28» 
2TS 


1(18 
ISS 

la 

i 

1 


IS 

'is' 


B 


Si 


" ■■■■ fc.:= 


1 

478 

i 


















ffiffi;r™"= 


132 


Hortiumpton, 














|Winffl«W ._... 


8 


:i 


2(7 


XWliSiljo 








M68 


*M7 


m 


» 


10708 


fWB 


M7B 


?« 


i&i 


ll«7 


«&8a 


tut 


■» 


« 






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ToiTiifhIm sod 



Baietia 

Cortland Prectucl^., 

nootofleld „ 

BcMevltle 

Bifatol 

Braokfleld... 

ObamnloD 

hnuliiKioD- - 

OnMitvaa — 

HMtrord 

Onnoe'llle Precluui 

HowUnd 

Babbard 

OotLoarg Precinct — 

JiA&tlou ,. 

Klonnia _ 

Oln nf ■ ^iiein'ot- 

LortMowa _ 

Mne* 

Xul UeCOB PreclnaL 

Hoopola-nU 

MewioQ 

SnuthiOKlon 

jj™»n 

W«ilieri(leid""."!!"! 

Hinrnl Rtdge Pre... 

W.rrei)... 

lalWu.). „ 

U '■ - — 

U - 

Totals „. 



ELKCTrofl BTATTaTIca. 
TRUMBDLL COUNTY. 

3(cret4iT ol 3(al«, 



If Plf 





■f 


10 




b 


'i 


IS 




20 


1 



b 

b 

"a 
■■■J 


e 


'] 


s 

8 


"i* 


1 



11 II 



i 


\b 














..„, 


la 


J 


81 


::::: 


i 


..... 


ii 


1 





TtI8CABAW*a COUNTY. 





"■■rss'"' 


i 


SccrcUrvof SlkU, 


i 
1 


P«M„. 




Townahln aBd 


i 


If 


>;5 


^1 




is 
II 


"5 


II 


11 


la 


SI 


1 
1 


«l«n.~ 


1 
,1 

s 

117 


MB 
8G 

219 


r 


■~ 


m 

zso 
are 
loot 

3tT 

Is 

880 


407 

1 


3U 
lU 

aw 

T3 


■;;; 


T 


aat 

290 

us 

a 


1 

7) 
ffiS 

'il 

in 


S! 




J 
.... 

i" 


s 






^^- 


6M 

lU 

3M 


, 









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*'^Prt.No.l 








e 


:;:: 


jBBWKf *.z: 

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:i 


J 


m 



BBPORT OF 8ECRKTART OF BTATB. 



TDSCABaWAS OODHTY— Contluoed. 





"TS!" 


i 


"•°™;s«°""»- 


i 


Prejjdenl. 




""sa:"" 


°^& 


1 


II 


ll 


> 
S 

1 


11 


^5 


as 


ll 




11 


1 


1 


Uhrlrbiyllle Pre..,.. 


1 
1 

n 

SS19 


i 
ii 

m 
w 

§ 

m 


m" 


l" 


1 

aw 


129 
309 
93 

1 

1 


S(M 
3M 


6 


1 


1 

i 

1ST 
809 

aw 


9BT 

ito 

1 
1 


292 
237 

S 

i 

as 


w 


» 


ffl 




:::: 

17 


1 






9K! 


S,^~:~£ 


=- 


=- 


I?! 


2 


lau 


SSSSfe-::::;; 


TottlJ._ -. 


sass 


4W7 


629! 


m 


s. 


9691 


iim 


K15 


"»' 



OSlO-i COOSTY. 





OOTsmor. 


1 

1 


BetraUiTol Bute. 


i 
1 


Presldeni, 




""SS"' 


*a 


II 


il 


II 


ll 
-a 


11 


i 


ll 


u 


11 


SI 


i 








S 

in 
» 

aoi 


SI 

m 

\s 

las 

1 

4W 


s 

1 

90 


;= 


307 

i 
1 


is 

IS 

1 






i 


SI) 
S94 


334 

3M 


1 


,;.::; 


6 




CUlbDiinic..,.__ 






Kl 


&== 


















i 


1 

99 

ii 


= 


4 


s 




m 


.::,: 


't 












344 


1S7 


U 


■":: 


387 

i 




















Total! 


«M 


mr 


191 


■ 


B7« 


KU6 


fflO 


' 


ttl 


evn 


ISIS 


■=" 


17 




in» 



m 


ELECTION STATISTICS. 851 1 




VAN WBRT COCNTY. H 


H 






SuoieMrT of SMic. 




PMrtdent, 




■ T„-^^^. 




! 

-a 

1 




1 

i 


ISM, 


1 

i 


i 


11 


II 


1 


Hill 11 


tl 


11 


■6 

II 
as 


il 


il 


^B ^ 


m 


ffi 








IS 


^ 






S4& 


129 








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— 


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.... 
















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i 








































lie 


■19 








uu 


lU 







SOS 


M 


UU 














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inn 








^ 


m 


fi7 


■IK 




1 




MlddlepomiPTB... 


1M 


w 




1 


tu 






















mpKi 












m 






, 








1 


, 






'Ji 


79 


.... 


.... 


Ht 


2?? 


im 
7i 




::::: 


ffil 


280 


W 


:z 


::::: 


»fl 








■BK 


ano 





» 


6857 


HMS 


attii 


> 


9 


6003 


tea 


»to 


n 


** 


«08B 1 




VIKTOS CODSTY J 


Tomuhtnuid 


Qoveraor, 


1 


"""K'""* 


1 


p^v. 


1 
1 


11 


If 


ilil 


il'i 


H 


ii 




tl 


m 




urn 


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H 


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K'"5"*::::::. 


n 




— 





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62 


7n 










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J 


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in 


as7 






iSi 


'!! 


a>7 





1 'S 




l!i 




* 








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m 


aw 






aw 

3H 


>7 


s 






44* 


Is 

s 


341 

"m 

M 




— 


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■.::. 


* 






■ 


^1 a^ Pndiiot 


70 
H 


'iil' 






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a 


























w 


17a 






M4 


M 


1ft 






WW 


a 


un 




" 


34« 












































H W«M " -.. 


78 







..„ 


m 


as 


17« 






3U 


M 


IM 






239 










i«3e 


i»i 






San 


17S0 


IMS 


* 




S702 


ITJS 


ltU2 


1 


30 


3004 
















■ 


k. 










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1 


■ 


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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS OF OHIO. 

[From the annual ort of Hon. L. D. Brown, State Commlnioner of Common Sofaoola, for the year 

ending August 81, ISM.] 



G£N£RAL SUMMARY. 



Namber of yoath of school age in the State in September, 1884 1,062,886 

Number of yoath of school age in the State in September, 1888 1,068,800 

Namber of school districts in the State 8,086 

Namber of sab-districts in township districts 10,067 

Namber of school-hoases in township districts 11,079 

Namber of school-heuses erected within the year.. 461 

Cost of school-hoases within the year $991,188.00 

Estimated yalae of school-houses, inclading grounds |22/S86,046.00 

Nomberof teachers necessary to supply schools 17,248 

Namber of different teachers actually employed 84,466 

Namber of public libraries reported 816 

Number of volumes in libraries 888,664 

Average number of weeks the schools were in session^ 81 

Number of pupils enrolled in the schools.. 762,766 

Average number of pupils in daily attendance 499,217 

Namber of school officers 48,287 

Total receipts, including balance on hand September 1, 1888 $18,088,688.82 

Total expenditures 9,684,868.84 



GENERAL TABULAR STATEMENTS AND COMPARISONa 

BICCXIPTS. 

Receipts from interest on irreducible school funds, as reported by 

Auditor of Stote« 1284,166 16 

From rents and accrued interest on deferred payments due on sale of 

school land 461 98 

The aggregate amount from the latter source in 1883 was 26,814 48 

Balance on hand September 1, 1883 8,676,174 36 

From State School tax (one mill on each dollar of taxable property) 

in 1884 ^ 1,696,866 81 

From same source in 1883 1,609,866 67 

Decrease $13,989 76 



358 BSPOBT OF 8BCBBTABY OF 8TATB. 

From interest on irreducible fonds and rents of school lands in 1884... $2d4,607 18 

From same source in 1888 268,884 48 

Decrease 128,727 35 

From local taxes in 1884.. $6,866,500 71 

" " 1888- 6.640,866 60 

Increase $226,644 11 

From sale of bonds in 1884 $562,806 47 

1888 818,261 82 

Decrease ^ $260,446 85 

From fines, licenses, etc., in 1884.... $262,729 86 

" " 1888.. 286,066 19 

Increase - $16,674 16 

Total receipts in 1884 $9,612,609 47 

" 1888 9,668,864 76 

Decrease $45,846 29 

Grand total of receipts in 1884, including balance on hand September 

1,1888 $18,088,688 82 

Grand total of receipts in 1883, iDcluding balance on hand September 

1,1882 12,236,367 63 

Increase $852,326 19 

Grand total, less receipts from sale of bonds in 1884 $12,525,878 36 

1883. 12,121,562 93 

Increase $404,316 42 



KXPSNDITURIS. 



Amount paid teachers in primary schools in 1884.. $6,266,346 84 

1883« 6,129,882 65 



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Increase $186,018 29 

Amount paid teachers in high schooL in 1884.. $542,412 85 

1888. 474,171 60 

Increase $68,240 85 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 859 

Total amount paid teachers in 18^4^ $6^,768 19 

1883 6,tf08,504 18 



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Increase $204,254 06 



Amount paid for soperintendiDg schools iu 1884^ $163,160 62 

•* " ISaS.. 158,466 93 



Increase $4,683 69 



Amount paid for sites and bnildings in 1884 $1,461,898 

1883 1,416,339 86 



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Increase $45,553 52 



Amount paid for interest on and redemption of bonds in 1884^ $509,040 10 

1883.. 543,825 23 



Decrease $34,285 13 



Amount paid for fuel and contingent expenses in 1884 $1,742,526 55 

" " " 1883 1,729,506 47 



Increase $13,020 08 



Grand total expenditures in 18&4 , $9,684,368 84 

1883- 9,451,142 62 



Incre.ise $233,226 22 



Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid for interest on 
and redemption of bonds in 1884 19,175,328 74 

Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid for interest on 
and redemtion of bonds in 1883 8,907,817 89 



Increase $267,511 35 



Balance on hand September 1, 1884 $3,404,314 98 

ENUMERATION. 



Number of white male youth of school age in September, 1884.. 542.217 

1883 536,142 



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5nmiy^ of eoiored female youth of school age in September, 18B4. 



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Th#j whole number of unmarried youth, between sixteen and twenty- 
on^ yearH of ago, in the State, in September, 1884, as shown by actual 
enumeration, ifi 274,020, or 25.32 per cent, of the entire enumeration. 
The number of youth, therefore, in the State between six and sixteen 
years of agi% ih 808,275. 



BDUCATIONAL 8TATI8TICB. 361 

In 1883, the whole number of unmarried youth in the State, between 
sixteen and twenty-one years, as 25.08 per cent. ; in 1882, 23.44 per 
cent.; in 1881, 23.71 per cent.; in 1880, 24.96 per cent.; in 1879, 26.19 

per cent.; in 1878, 26.19 per cent.; in 1877, 26.27 percent.; in 187G, 
25.61 per cent. ; in 1875, 25.60 per cent. ; in 1874, 24.68 per cent. ; and in 
1873, 23.89 per cent, of the entire enumeration. 

SCHOOL DISTBICTS AKD THBIS 8CBDI VISIONS. 

Number of township districts in 1884.. 1|8&5 

1888.. ' 1.845 

Number of sub-districts in township districts in 1884 10,067 

" " " ** 1883 10,952 

Decrease 885 

Number of city, viDage, and special districts in 1884. 788 

" " " " 1888.. 722 

Increase 16 

Number of district divihions included in city, village, and special districts 

in 1884 880 

Number of district divisions included in city, village, and special districts 

in 1883 828 

Increase 2 

SCHOOL-HOUSES XRBCTSD WITHIN THX YSAB. 

Number of school-houses erected in township districts in 1884 402 

" " " " « 1888 465 

Decrease 68 

Number of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts in 

1884 49 

Number of school-houses erected in city, village, and spedal districts in 

. 1883 72 

Decrease 23 

Whole number of school-houses erected in 1884.. 451 

1883.. 537 

Decrease 86 



In 1873, in city, village, and special districts, an increase of eight 
school buildings was reported; in 1874, an increase of seven; in 1876, 



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362 BBPOBT OF 8BCBSTABY OF STATS. 

an increase of five ; in 1876, an increase of fourteen ; in 1877, a decrease 
of thirty-eight; in 1878, a decrease of four; in 1879, a decrease of two; 
in 1880, an increase of three ; in 1881, a decrease of ten ; in 1882, an in- 
crease of ninety-six ; in 1883, twenty-four; and in 1884, a decrease of 
twenty-three. 

COST OF 0CHOOL-HOU8K8 BBSCTED WITHIN THE YJBAR. 



Cost of Bchool-honses erected in township districts in 1884^ $490,974 00 

1888. 668,884 00 



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Decrease 908,960 00 

Cost of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts in 
1884 9600,154 00 

Cost of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts in 
1888 658,048 00 

Decrease 9167,880 00 

Whole cost of school-houses erected in 1884 9991,128 00 

1888- 1,211.417 00 

Decrease 9290,289 00 

The expenditure for building purposes in 1870 was $1,391,597; in 
1871, 91,025,077; in 1872, 9893,422; in 1873, 91,008,786; in 1874, 91,164,- 
104; in 1875, 91,010,786; in 1876, $1,159,^50; in 1877, 8803,146; in 1878, 
9843,822; in 1879, $580,801 ; in 1880, $711,835; in 1881, $649,41)9; in 1882, 
91,123,688; in 1883, 91,211,377; and in 1884, $991,128. 

NUMBKB OP SCHOOL- HOUSES IN THE 8TATB. 

Number of school-houses in township districts in 1884.. 11,079 

" «• " 1883.. 10,871 

Increase.. 208 

Number of school-honses in city, village, and special districts in 1884.. 1,430 

•« « " " 1883.. 1,849 

Increase.. 81 

Whole nnmber of school-honses in 1884 12,509 

u u u 1003 12,220 



EDUCATIONAL 8TATIBTIC8. 863 
YALUS OF 8GH00IrH0UBflB» IVGLUDIMO OB0UND6. 

Value of Bchool-houfleB in town8hip districtB in 1884.. $9,538,568 

•' " 1888- 9,510,091 

• Increaae $28,472 

Yalne of school-houflee in dty, village, and special districtB in 1884-... $13,047,483 

" " «* " 1868 14.944,407 

Decrease $1,896,924 

Total value of school-houses in 1884 $22,586,046 

" « ** 1888- - 24,454,498 

Decrease $1,868,452 



SOHOOL-BOOlfS. 

Number of primary school-rooms in township districts in 1884- 11,546 

" " " " 1888- 11,421 

Increase- 125 

Number of high school-rooms in township districts in 1884- 57 

" " " " 1888- 36 

Increase 21 

Whole number of school-rooms in township districts in 1884- 11,603 

" " " " 1888- 11,457 

Increase- 146 

Number of primary school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 

1884 5,175 

Number of primary school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 

1883 4,959 

Increase 216 

Number of high school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 1884 620 

" " " " " 1883 577 

Increase 48 



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BDUCATIONONAL STATISTICS. 365 
NUMBIB OP DIFFBBXMT TBACHKR8 SMPLOTSD. 

Number of teachers employed in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 9222; in 1883, 9,395 : Decrease 178 

Ladies— " 8,866; " 8.792: Increase 68 

Total— " 18,077; ** 18,187: Decrease 110 

Number of teachers employed in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 53; in 1883, 28: Increase 25 

Ladies— *' 17; '' 4: Increase 13 

Total— ** 70; " 32: Increase 88 

Total number of teachers employed in township district schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 9,275; in 1883; 9,423: Decrease 148 

lAdiee— '* 8,872; " 8,796: Increase 76 

Total— " 18,147; " 18,219: Decrease 72 

Number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 877; in 1883, 876: Increase 2 

Ladies— " 4,625, " 4,404: Increase 221 

ToUl— " 6,502; " 5.279: Increase 228 

Number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district high schools— 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 547; in 1883, 507: Increase 40 

Ladies— " 269; *' 254: Increase 16 

Total— " 816; " 761: Increase « 55 

Total number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district schools— 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 1,424; in 1883, 1,382: Increase 42 

Ladies- " 4,894;- " 4,668: Increase 286 

Total— " 6,318; " 6,040: Increase 278 

Whole number of teachers employed in primary schools— 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 10,099; in 1883, 10,270 : Decrease 171 

Ladies— ** 18,480; " 13,196: Increase 284 

Total— " 23,679; " 23,466: Increase 113 

Whole number of teachers employed in high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 600; in 1883. 535: Increase 65 

Ladies— " 286; " 258: Increase 28 

Total— " 886; " 798: Increase 98 



366 REPORT OF 8B0RSTARY OF BTATB. 

Total number of teachers employed in the State- 
Gentlemen— In 1884, 10,699; in 1883, 10,806: Decrease 106 

Ladiee— " 13,766; " 18,454: Increase 812 

Total— " 24,466; " 24,269: Increase 206 

PSBMANBNT TXACHXRS. 

Number of teachers permanently employed in township district primary 

schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 8,172; in 1888, 8,165: Increase 17 

Ladies— ** 2,044; " 1,969: Increase 76 

Totol— " 5,216; " 6,124: Increase 92 

Number of teachers permanently employed in township district high schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1884, 88; in 1888, 26: Increase 7 

Ladies— " 16; " 4: Increase 11 

Total— " 48; " 80: Increase 18 

Total number of teachers permanently employed in township district schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1884, 3,206; in 1888, 3,181: Increase 24 

Ladies— " 2,069; " 1,978: Increase 86 

Total— " 5,264; " 6,164: Increase 110 

Number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special district 

primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 736; in 1883, 764: Decrease 29 

Ladies— " 4,172; " 8,941: Increase 281 

Total— " 4,907; " 4,706:. Increase 202 

Number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special district 

high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 486; in 1883, 441: Increase 46 

Ladies— " 238; " 239: Decrease 6 

ToUl— " 719; " 680: Increase 89 

Total number of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special 
district schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 1,221; in 1883, 1,206: Increase 16 

Ladies- " 4,406; " 4,180: Increase 225 

Total— '' 6,626; *' 6,386: Increase 241 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 367 

Whole number of teachers pennanenUy employed in the State — 

• Gentlemen— In 1884, 4,426; in 1883, 4,886: Increase 40 

Ladies- " 6,464; '' 6,163: Increase 311 

Total— " 10,890; " 10,539: Increase 861 

BUPBBYISION. 

Namber employed to soperintend township districts in 1884^ 44 

" " 1883- ,... 10 

Increase 84 

Namber employed as superintendents in city, village, and special districts in 1884 289 

u « u 1088 J41 

Decrease % 



AVaRAGK MONTHLY WAOBS OF TIACHKBS. 

Average monthly wages of teachers in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, $38.00; in 1883,$37.00: Increase $1 00 

Ladies— " 28.00; " 28.00: 

Average monthly wages of teachers in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, $62.00; in 1883,154.00: Increase $8 00 

Ladies— " 31.00; " 87.00: Decrease 6 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, $49.00; in 1883, $60 00 : Decrease $100 

Ladies- " 36.00; " 34.00: Increase 100 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and special district high 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, $70.00; in 1883, $69.00: Increase $100 

Ladies- " 67.00; ** 69.00: Decrease 2 00 



SCHOOLS TAUGHT FOB A LISS TIMB THAN BBQUIBBD BY LAW. 

Number of sub-districts in townships in which schools were taught less than 
twenty-four weeks in 1884 198 

Number of sub-districts in townships in which schools were taught less than 
twenty-four weeks in 1883 288 

Decrease 35 



308 BXPOBT OF SXCSXTAST OF STATS. 

Xnmbcr of flob-dmsacs of city, TQljge, and fpccsal dktnds in viuch achoolB 
were tao^t leat Uub twenrj-foar v^eks in 1884 — ^ 2 

Number of nb-dif^BoiM of cixj. Tillage, and special 'iietTicts in vhkfa adioola 
were taught ieai than tventj-foor weeks in 18B3 ~ 7 

~ 5 



AvsKAGB SLMaaa or wanes thk fCROOLS wixb a 

Avenge namber of weeks the primarr tchoob were in seasioQ in township 
distncts in 1884 « » 

ATerage number of weeks the high schools were in srsroii in township dis- 
tricts in 1884 - ~ « 26 

ATerage nomber of weeks the primary schools were in snrioD in cxtj, Tfllfge, 
and special districts in 1884 Si 

Arerage number of weeks the high schools were in sesnon in city. Tillage, and 
special districts m I HB4» '»—■■■■» ..•.••••.......•..••••.• •...••••-•••••••.•.•••••••••••....•••.. 3o 

Arerage namber of weeks the oummon schools were in seasion in the State in 
1884 31 

ATKBAGB EATK OF LOCAL TAX POS COSOf05 SCHOOUL 



Arerage nomber of mills on each dollar, local lery, for scIkmIs in township 

districts in 1884 - 3.9 

ATerage number of mills on each dollir, local lery, for achoola in township 

districts in 1883 - ^ 8l2 

ATerage namber of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in city. Tillage, 

and ffpecial districts in 1884 - 6.7 

ATerage nomber of mills on each dollar, local leTy, for schools in city. Tillage, 

and special districts in 1883 6.6 

Increase I 

yUMBKB OP PTPILB KSTBOLLXD DC THE COMICOX SCHOOLS. 

Knmber of papils enrolled in township district primary schools — 

Bojs-In 1884, 242.307; in 1883, 243.M4: Decrease 1,687 

Girls— " 214,466; " 215,830: Decrease 1^74 

Total— ** 456,768; " f45»,774: Decrease 3,011 

Xnmber of papils enrolled in township high schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 1,167; in 1883, 616: Increase. .«. 551 

Girls— " 1,069; " 523: Increase 566 

Total— " 2;»6; « 1,193: Increase 1.117 

Total p amber of popils enrolled in township district schools — 

Boy»-Inl884, 243,474; in 1883, 244,560: Decrease 1,066 

Girls- " 215,545; " 216,353: Decrease 808 

Total— " 469^19; " 460^13: Decrease ^ 1,894 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 869 

Namber of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district primary schools — 

Boys-In 1884. 138,831; in 1883, 133,852: Increase 4,479 

Girls— " 135,708; " 133,255: Increase 2,468 

Total— " 274,039; " 267,107: Increase 6,982 

Number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 12,788; in 1883, 11,815: Increase 978 

Girls— " 16,909; " 15,«66: Increase 1,258 

Total— " 29,897; " 27,471: Increase 2,226 

Total number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district schools — 

Boy8-Inl884, 151,119; in 1883, 145,667: Increase... .*......:... 5,462 

Girls- " 152,617; " 148,911: Increase 8,706 

Total— " 303,736; " 294,578: Increase 9,168 

Total number of pupils enrolled in the common schools of the State — 

Boys— In 1884, 394,593; in 1883, 390,227: Increase 4,366 

Girls— " 368.162; " 365,264: Increase 2,898 

Total— " 762,755; " 755,491: Increase _7,264 

NUMBBB OP PUPILS RB-BNBOLLBD. 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in township district schools — 

Boys— in 1884, 5,732; in 1883, 5,636: Increase 96 

Girls— " 5,614; »* 6,751: Decrease 137 

Total— " 11,346; " 11,387: Decrease ^ 41 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 2,863; in 1883, 2,793: Increase...- 70 

Girls— •* 2,971; " 2,a52: Increase 119 

Total— " 5,834; •* 5,645: Increase 189 

Numb -r of pupils re* enrolled in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 451; in 1883, 460: Decrease 9 

Girls— " 487; " 402: Increase 85 

Total— " 938; " 862: Increase 7? 

Total number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 3,314; in 1883, 3,253: Increase 61 

Girls— ** 3,458; " 3,254: Increase 204 

ToUl— " 6,772; " 6,507: Increase 265 

24 8.S. 



370 KBFacr or secmxt amy of statk. 

ToUl number of popilft re-cnroIlcd in the eommoa ghool» in die 

Bo7»-In 188i, 9/>4«; in 18», 8JBB9: InciCMe 197 

•* »//»; •* »JW6: Inoeene «7 



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or PTPTLB K910IXCD B£fWEE5 SfXmX A3n> TWCffTT-OSB TKAKS OF ASS. 

9omber of popils between 16 and 21 eiiralled in townaiiip disu ic t primnrj 



BojB-hk 1884, 38,aii»; in 1863, 37J&11: IneresBe 88B 

Gtrl»- •* 24J67, •• M^ftW: Increnae ^ ^ ^ 15 

Total— - «3,a8^; " 6?,463: loereaae 908 

Hmnber of popila between 16 and 21 enrolled in townabip diatriet hifh schools— 

Bo7»-In 1884, 467; in 1863, 215: Increase 25S 

Girla— " 378; •* 179: Inereaae ^. 199 

ToUl— •* 845; '• dM: Increase _^^ 

Number of pfipila between 16 and 21 enrolled in citj. Tillage, and special dis- 
trict primary schools — 

Bojs— In 1884, 4,325; in 1883, 4,305: Increase 20 

Giria— ** 4/)89; " 3343; Increase ^ 196 



^ 



Total— • 8,364; ** 8,148: Increase ^ 216 

Nomber of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in citj, Tillage, and special dis- 
trict high schools — 

B'»ys— In 1884, 5,4«9; in 1883, 5,0«5: Increase 404 

Girls— " 7«71; " 6,ft3H: Increase 1,035 

ToUl— ** 13,140; " 11,701 : I ocrease 1,439 

Total number of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in the common schools of 
the Bute— 

&>js— In 1884, 48,660; in 1883, 47,096 : Increase 1,564 

Girls- " 37,055; " 35,610: Increase 1,446* 

ToUl- ** 85,715; " 82,706: Increase 3,009 

AVBBAGB MONTHLY KNROLLMSlfT. 

Average monthly enrollment in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 184,180; in 1883, 184,640: Decrease 460 

Girls- •* 167,873; " 170,027: Decrease. « 2^54 

Total— •* 262,053; " 854,667: Decrease 2,614 



EDUCATIONAX STATISTICS. 

Average monthly enrollment in township district high schools — 

BDys—In 1884, 1,188; in 1883, 473: Increase 716 

Girls— " 1,219; " 624: Increase 696 

Total— " 2,407; " 997: Increase 1^0 

Average monthly enrollment in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 102,896; in 1883; 108,726: Decrease 6,880 

Girls— " 102,749; " 109,119: Decrease - 6,870 

Total— " 205,645; " 217,846: Decrease .12^ 

Average monthly enrollment in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 9,500; in 1888, 9,284: Increase- 216 

Girls— " 13,446; " 18,198: Increase. 247 

Total- " 22,945; " 22,482: Increase... 468 

Average monthly enrollment of pnpils in the common schools of the State — 

Boys— In 1884, 297,764; in 1883, 307,123: Decrease 9,869 

Girls— ** 285,236; " 288,868: Decrease 8,682 

Totel— " 683,050; " 59n,991: Dc^crease 12,941 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDA^XC 

Average daily attendance of pnpils in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 143,077; in 1888, 143,521 : Decrease 444 

Girls— " 131,323; " 132,634: Decrease 1,811 

Total— " 274,400; *» 276,165: Decrease 1,766 

Average daily attendance of pupils in township district high schools — 

Boys— In 1884, 797; in 1888, 361: Increase. 48^ 

Girls— " 781; " 393: Increase 



Total " 1,578; " 764: Increase. 824 



Average daily attendance of pnpils in city, village, and special district primary 
schools- 
Boys— In 1884, 101,395; in 1883, 96,093: Increase 5,802 

Girls— " 100,386; " 96,132: Increase. 4,254 

ToUl " 201,781; " 192,225: Increase. 9,666 




372 EEPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Average dailj attendance of pnpUs ia cit^, villifie, ami epecisl dietrict hii;b 
Bchoola — 

Boys— In 1884, B,84«; m 1883, 8,144: Increaie 702 

Girto— " 12,612; " 11,878: IncreBse 9M 

ToWl— " 2I,4B8; " 19,822: Increase 1.636 

Average dail; attendance of pupils in Ibe common echoola of the Stale — 

Boya— In 1884, 254,115; in 1863, 248.119: Increase 5,996 

340,837: Increase 4,a6& 

488,956: Increaae 10,261 

C TADORT, AND NCHBEB IN BACH. 



Girla— 
Total— 



a46,ioa; 

49a,217; 



Fenmanehip. 
Arithmetic -. 
Geograpliy ,. 
EDglieh Qran 

Compositioc- 

Drawiiis 

Vocal mQBic 

Map drawing 

Orkl legaooa 

V. 8. History 

Physiolo^ 

Physical Geography... 
Natural Pbilosopby... 

German 

Algebra 

Geometry 



98,fi09 
640,93» 
6M.606 
609,Blri 
563,431 
308.731 
317,841 
135,098 
113,271 
179.845 

52,173 
236.156 

67,985 



46,641 
aO,09B 
4,776 



648,241 
ftW.BOO 
59«,727 
550,122 
298,025 
208,349 
130,707 
10M,604 
165,994 

4H,7I7 
194,85fi 

68,070 
7,489 

80,276 
5,732 

45,035 



Branch ee. 



1888. 



Trigonometry.. 

Surveying 

Chemistry 

Geology 

Botany-. 

Astronomy^ 



Natural History 

Mental Philoaonhy. 
Moral PhiloBopny-. 

Rhetoric 

Logic 

Latin 

Greek 

French 

General History.... 

Literature 

Science ot Government 
Political Economy. 



1.S49 
3.091 

4,287 



2,23S 
3,437 

8,073 



2,960 
1,442 
2.934 
1,240 



2,017 
35,284 
1,980 



rKRCINTAOI. 

Per cent, of average daily attendiinoe on enrollment in township districts ii 

' 1884 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on enrollment in township dlatr^cts ii 



Increase 03 , 

Per cent- of average daily attendance on enrollment in city, village, and special 
districts in 1884 78.60 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on enrollment in city, village, and special 
dietrictBin 1888 .'i 71.9B 

Increaae .. 



^F Increaae 




EDUCATIONAL BTATI8TIC8. 878 

Per cent of average daUy attendance on enrollment in the State in 1884 66.46 

" " " " 1888 64.72 

Increase 1.74 

Per cent, of average dailj attendance in 1884, on enameration of September, 
1888 46.12 

Per cent of average daily attendance in 1888, on enameration of September, 
1882 4(1.77 

Increase • 85 

Per cent of enrollment in 1884, on enumeration of September, 1888 71.40 

1888,. " " 1882 70.78 

Increase. 7S 

Per cent of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1884, on enameration between 6 
and 16 in September, 1883 86.06 

Per cent, of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1883, on enameration between 6 
and 16 in September, 1882 84.07 

Increase .' .96 

Per cent of average dail j attendance on average monthly enrollment in town- 
ship districts 92 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in city, 
village, and special districts 98 



COLORED SCHOOLS. 

Namber of teachers in colored schools in township districts in 1884 104 

»' « " " " 1888 98 

Increase 6 

Namber of teachers in colored schools in city, village, and special districts in 

1884 187 

Namber of teachers in colored schools in city, village, and special districts in 

1883 144 

Total number of teachers in colored schools in the State in 1884 241 

" 1883... 242 



Decrease 



1 



874 REPOBT^OP.'SBCBBTABY OP STATE. 

Nomber of pupils enroUed in colored schools in township districts in 1884 2,868 

" " u a u i8g3 2^70 



Increase 288 



Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special 
school districts in 1884^ ; 6,688 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special 
school districts in 1888 6,670 



Decrease 1,038 



Total number of pupils eiyolled in colored schools in the State in 1884^ 8,490 

•* " " " « 1883 9,240 



Decrease 760 



Average duration of colored schools in township districts in 1884.. 29 weeks. 

1883- 29 weeks. 



Average duration of colored schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1884 36 weeks. 

Average duration of colored schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1883 36 weeks. 



Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1884 2,361 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in township dir- 
tricto in 1883.. 2,26^ 

Increase 96 



Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1884 3,264 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1883 6,664 

^Decrease 34^90 



Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1884 168 

Number of pupils in academic studies in cx)lored schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1883 139 



Increase 29 



^Tlilf dacreaae ii oocaiioDed by the Ijicmited number of mixed ichooU in tbe State* 



BDUCATIONAL BTATIBTICS. 376 

Nnlbber of papOs in mcademic studies in colored schools in city, Tillage, 

and special districts in 1884 888 

Nomber of popils in academic studies in colored schools in dtj, village, 

and special districts in 1888 Wi 

Decrease 68 



PRIVATX SCHOOLS. 

Nnmber of teachers in private schools in township districts iu 1884^ 84 

** ** 1888. 48 

Decrease 19 

Namber of teachers in private schools in dty, village, and special districts 

in 1884 ^ 168 

Nomber of teachers in private schools in citj, village, and special districts 

in 1888 466 

Decrease 898 



Total namber of teachers in private schools in the State in 1884 188 

" ** " « 1888 499 

Decrease 817 

Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in township districts in 1884 1,868 

Decrease 840 

Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village, and special 

districts in 1884 9,704 

Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village, and special 

districts in 1883 89,977 

Decrease 20,878 

Total namber of pupils enrolled in private schools in the State in 1884 10,967 

1883 31,470 

Decrease 20,513 

Average duration of private schools in township districts in 1884 26 weeks. 

1883 27 weeks. 

Decrease 1 week. 



376 REPORT OF BECRBTARY OF STATE. 

Average daration of private schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1884 88 weeks. 

Average duration of private schools in city, village, and special districts 

in 1883 88 weeks. 

\ 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1884 805 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1883 1,408 

Decrease 1,088 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in city, village, and 
special districts in 1884 4,646 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1888 28,968 

Decrease 24,312 

Number of pupils in academic studies in private schools in township dis- 
tricUin 1884 50 

Number of pupils in academic studies in private schools in township dis- 
tricts in 1888 37 

Increase 13 

Number of pupils in academic studies in private schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1884 533 

Nui;nber of pupils in academic studies in private schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1883 252 

Increase 281 



EXAMINATION OF TEACHBR8. 

Numberof meetings held by county boards 1,442 

" localities in which meetings were held 190 

" applications for certificates made by gentlemen 20,375 

ladies 20,023 

Total number of applicants 40,398 

Number of certificates granted for 60 months to gentlemen 161 

" " " " ladies 49 

Total number 210 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICB. 377 

Number of certificates granted for 48 months to gentlemen 90 

" '* '" " ladies 82 

Total number 122 

Nnmber of certificates granted for 86 months to gentlemen 486 

« *• " " ladies 203 

Total number 689 

Nnmber of certificates granted for 24 months to gentlemen 1,537 

** " . " ladies 918 

Total number 2,456 

Number of certificates granted for 1 8 months to gentlemen .* 1 ,057 

" " " " ladies 676 

Total number 1,783 

Number of certificates granted for 12 months to gentlemen 5,474 

" " " " ladies 6,892 

Total number ^ 11,866 



Number of certificates granted for 6 months to gentlemen 8,280 

ladies 8,574 



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Total number ^ 6,864 

Total number of certificates granted to gentlemen ~ 12,896 

" " ladies 11,846 

Total number ^ 24,741 

Total number of certificates granted in 1884 24,741 

1883 23,328 

Increase 1,413 

Hnmber of applications rejected which were made by gentlemen 7,301 

ladies 8,218 

Total number of applications rejected in 1884 15,519 

1883 ~. 18,100 



378 REPORT OF 8SCRBTART OF STATE. 

Per cent of total applications rejected in 1884.. 38 

" •* 1883- 36 

The smallest per cent, in Paulding conntj 15 

The largest per cent., in Vinton county .«..• .••••• 69 

Number of different persons who applied for county certificates— 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 14,483; in 1883, 13,582: Increase 901 

14,071; " 12,811: Increase 1^860 



Total— " 28,654; " 26,893: Increase 2,161 

Number of different persons who received county certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 10,880; in 1883, 10,586: Increase 294 

Ladies— " 9,873; " 9,687: Increase 336 

Total- " 20,763; " 20,123: Increase 630 

Number of persons who applied to local boards for certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 196; in 1883, 245: Decrease.. 49 

Ladies— " 2,246; " 2,040: Increase 206 

Total— « 2,442; " 2,285: Increase 167 

Number of persons who baled in local examinations — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 21; in 1883, 80: Decrease^ 9 

Ladies— " 370; " 381: Decrease 11 

Total— " 391; " 411: Decrease.. 20 

Number of local boards from which reports were received in 1884 71 

" " " 1883 63 

Increase 8 

Number of different persons, natives of Ohio, who applied for county 
certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1884, 18,117; in 1883, 12,631: Increase 486 

Ladies— " 12,126; " 11,990: Increase 136 

Total— " -25,243; " 24,621: Increase 622 

Number of different colored persons who applied for county certificates- 
Gentlemen— In 1884, 157; in 1888, 163: Decrease.. 6 

Ladies— " 122; " 110: Increase 12 

Total— « 279; " 278: Increase 6 



EDUCATIONAL 6TATI8TIC8. 379 

Number of diflerent peraooB under 20 years of age who applied for county 
certificates- 
Gentlemen— In ] 884, 8,541 ; in 1888, 8,188: Increase 408 

Ladies— " 6,168; " 6,606: Increase 668 

Total— " 9,704; " 8,788: Increase. 966 

Per cent, of applicanto onder 20 years of age for county certificates in 1884... 83.99 

" " " 1883... 33.10 

Increase 89 

Aggregate amount paid county examiners for services rendered in 1884.. S3<),513 04 

" " " 1883.. 29,834 40 

Increase |i678 64 

The minimum amount paid, Lake county, was $162 00 

The maximum amount paid, Stark county, was 708 00 

Aggregate amountdrawn by county examiners for trayelingexpeuses in '84 $3,849 16 

" " '83 8,776 64 

Increase ', $78 62 

This amount was drawn by 77 counties, since 11 claim no such expenses. 

The minimum sum drawn, Delaware county, was. .*. $6 76 

The maximum sum drawn. Brown county, was 134 81 



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TABLE III. 
SUtement ahaniDg the paynients of the State Oomtnon School Fund to counties, as 
compared with receipts, and exhibiiinn eicees of payments or receipts, (or fiscal 
year ending Novemlier 16, 1884; also, the enumeralion of youth between siic and 
twentf-ODe years of age, taken in the month of September, 1884, being the basis 
opon which Che Slate Common School Fund ie to be distributed in 16S6. 



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$18,776 60 
17.174 50 
11,335 00 
18.296 00 
14.695 50 
14.073 OO 
26,337 00 
16,009 50 
20,374 50 
8,085 00 
13,417 60 
22,760 60 

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24,427 50 
12,931 50 
16,522 00 

102,103 60 
20,6f 9 50 
11,542 60 
13,927 00 
16,702 60 
16,166 00 
9,604 50 

41.635 00 
10,143 00 
14,790 00 

5,709 00 
14,013 00 

13.984 50 
168,636 00 

13,961 60 
13.931 60 
9,637 00 
11.737 60 

14.636 00 
11,632 00 
10.449 00 
14,866 00 
14,460 00 
17,430 00 
13,308 60 

6,981 00 
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13,021 90 
13.429 07 
17,436 88 

7,832 87 

8.423 94 
22.390 71 
10.417 54 
30.896 26 

9,973 18 
21,071 08 
31,471 70 
13 191 69 
14,943 44 
22,822 47 
13.234 22 
17,339 16 
102,136 56 
21.795 71 

6,688 72 
17,136 73 
14,087 06 
19,289 78 
14,873 06 
66,696 26 

8,800 83 

7,434 19 

7,760 26 
21,666 73 
10.084 11 
208,474 81 
14,622 84 

9,977 73 
12.690 58 

6,336 21 
15,790 97 

6,920 01 

8,972 06 
18,388 28 

5,348 07 
17.469 88 
16,566 80 
10,917 Ofl 

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4,163 60 




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11,866 

7,206 
11,088 

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9,506 
17,892 
10,417 




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5.849 06 
3,946 29 
5,591 98 


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1,888 16 
7,658 68 
8,721 20 


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303' 72 

1,817 15 

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18,780 26 

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Fayette 


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7,356 81 


6,543 
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1,476 96 


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16,789 50 
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14.083 50 
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83,890 60 
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15.114 00 
13,788 00 

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18,049 50 
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16,761 00 
19,908 00 
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19,093 50 
17,961 00 
18,127 60 
35,448 00 
21,298 50 
80,065 60 
80,914 50 
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12,177 00 
81,999 00 
19,776 00 
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18,401 70 
38,566 87 
16.171 79 
19.810 61 
13,541 18 
12.820 65 
7.839 66 
6.987 60 
23.617 77 
6,546 78 
49,121 13 
7,985 79 
12,649 24 
27,143 60 
fi,606 84 
6,418 04 
3,078 05 
9,610 88 
19,733 23 
5,479 18 
16,561 41 
17,842 75 
7,178 13 
82,188 94 
22,358 89 
15,21! 69 
10,667 36 
21,561 43 
11,737 41 
88,466 66 
23,548 71 
19,173 21 
16,973 31 
10,742 34 
6,983 39 
3,772 34 
19,475 60 
12,731 79 
24,687 56 
8,624 99 
12,590 98 
11.583 87 


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5,644 45 .. 
6,508 18 .. 

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8,636 14 .. 




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3,941 19 .. 

312 66 .. 
5,579 11 ., 
5,206 86 ., 

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132 


60 


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20.081 03 


370 94 




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12 


149.261 37 


2.926 69 


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9 


26,387 21 






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196 


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760 80 


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41 


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16 


21.567 89 


490 17 


3 


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882 


164,286 10 






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60 


la 


7,240 00 


116 00 




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64 












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83 


120,0ft4 39 


960 43 


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47 


30 


30,058 00 


»45 49 


83 


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144 


62 


86 


89,421 11 


448 1» 




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130 


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29.548 61 


190 68 


189 




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60 


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867 00 


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81 










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47 


49,113 68 


299 48 


80 


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95 


49 


48 


7«,6I6 80 


711 7ft 


43 


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237 


113 


12-t 


82 4H8 12 


848 47 


74 


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172 


164 


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92,748 08 


6,392 32 


63 


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273 


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185 


131.514 36 


1,494 48 


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952 13 


78 




141 


104 


37 


163,720 88 


1,090 21 


131 




172 


61 


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67.035 3ft 


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281 


180 


41 


41,130 18 


186 10 


11 


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276 


173 


103 


184,4<*2 78 


(>68 46 


193 


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296 


149 


147 


U2.ft40 00 


481 56 


103 


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210 


16ft 


65 


206,142 68 


976 87 


113 




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44 




61,025 57 


910 82 


23 


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210 


96 


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411 M 


60 




202 


67 




33,917 46 


187 90 




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46 


m 


95,793 93 


1,064 37 


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117,808 11 


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78 


8 


83,728 27 


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ViLLASis Inoorfvbatbd, Ann 
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STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE PRE-SIDENT OF OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 
AT COLUMBUS, FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1884. 



Number of stndenta in the institntion No- 
vember 15, 1884 

Number graduated 



08 



249 
10 



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288 
12 



Nativity of 
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STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE OHIO UNIVERSITY 
AT ATHENS, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1884. 



Number of studenta November 15, 1883 

Number of students admitted during the year 

Total number of students during the year 

Number of students graduated 



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STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE OHIO IJ^STI- 
TUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB, AT COLUM- 
BUS, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1883, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1884. 



Number of pupils in the iuBtitution November 15, 1883 

Number of pupils admitted during the year 

Total number, current year 

Number discharged 

Number remaining in the institution November 15, 1883 .., 



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228 



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187 



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66 

476 
28 

994 



Occupations Taught: Printing; bookbinding; shoemaking; carpentry. 



SOCIAL 8TATIBTICB. 485 

STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE OHIO INSTI- 
TUTION FOR THE BLIND. AT COLUMBUS, FROM NO\EMBER IB, 1883. 
TO NOVEMBER 16, 1884. 

Nnmber of popilain the inttitotion NoTwnber 16, 1888, malM, 109; femalea, 7!l; 
toUl, 188. 

New pupils admitted dnring the year, miilee, 24 ; femalen, 14 ; total, 38. 
Total nomber during the fiacal year, ma^ee, 138; femalea, 102 ; total. 240. 
Number discharged, or temporarily alinent, 82. 
Number in the institution NoTeni1>er 15, 18S4, wales, 111 ; females, 88; total, IM. 



Nativity or Pupils Ai)mittbi> dcriku thi Ybab. 

Born in Ohio - 27 

" other sUtes - 7 

** foreign countries - 4 



CAUsts OP BuiTDicBn or thosi Admitted Drmiiro trs Yias. 

Ulceration of cornea - 3 

Granulation - 3 

Conjunctivitis - 4 

Amaurosis 2 

Staphyloma 1 

Cataract - 2 

Injury 3 

Meiisles 1 

Erysipelas « 1 

Cerebrospinal meningitis 1 

Ophtalmia monatorum ^ % 

Comeitis . . I 

Congenital cases .« • 

Unknown - 8 



Aon or Pcpils EKaoLLgo this Tksm. 

Under twenty-one l<tt 

Over •' 88 

Average age of school- 1H9I 



OCXTPATIOICS TarGHT. 



Piano-tuning. ' Hand-sewing. 



Caneseating. Machine-sewing. 

Broom- making. ; Hand- knitting. 



Machine^kniiiint;. 
Bead work. 
Crotchet work. 



4Eie UPOBi or atmmtAMT o¥ statb. 

BTATIBIZOAL BEFOSX OF IHB SUFEBINTENDENT OF ' 
TDTION FOB THE KDUOATION OF FEEBLE-MIH 
OOLUHBUS; OmO, FBOH SOVEMBEB 15, 1888, TO H 



BomlMr of pn^ in th« iuaUtatioa November li, 1888 .... 

Homber of pa^k sdmhtsd daring the year 

TeoDipoiVT mbeenteee (on wcosnt of Bre) retvned - 

Total nunber comnt yewr.- ^.....^ „ 

Funber diidiwged _ - 

Nwnber died „ _ 

Somber ranaininK in tfae initttaUon Norember 16, 1884... 



BniUKKi.— ThJB InBtitntion Rdmita children onlj, the pan 
whom most be dliaans of Ohio, the fact of tlieir residence bein 
probAto Indge of the county whence the application for admiani 



HoBTUAST Bkord, n'oTmcB 16, I88S, to Notube 



OocDPATioiie Tadoht. 
Halee are tanght to wmk on the farm and fcorden. 
Females are taniht general domestic work. 



Aen or InuTn ADMnnn Cuuixnt Year 





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STA.TISTICA.L REPORT OF THR SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CENTRAL 
AKYLUM FOR THE INSANE. AT 00LUMBU^5. FROM NOVEMBER 15. 
1688, TO NOVEMBEB It, IBM. 



General reaalta for the yemr eudiof Nor. IB, 1681. 



Nam tier diflcbuKMl- 

Number died , 

Number remaiolng Nor. IB, 1884 .. 



w THon Adhittw 



Ohio 

Other ftalee 

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BXPOBT OF BKCBBTART OF STATS. 

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Oause of death. 



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489 



FemalM. 



Oct:cPATio3f— Continaed. 



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Totals j 



10 
3 
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1 
7 



141 



STATISTICAL RKPOKT OF TMK .SUPEKISTENDENT OF THE LON(iVIEW 
ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. AT CARTHAGE, FROM NOVEMHER 1, 
1883. TO NOVEMBER 1. 1884. 



Nntnber of patients in tho institution No- 
▼emlM*r l. Inai 

Niiinl>«*r of patients iulmitte«l during the jeat 

Total number current year.. 

Numlier dischargt*d 

Nnmt»er<iied 

Numf>er remaining in the institution No- 
vember I. 18*4 



S 



I 



814 

119 

438 

78 

88 

881 



1 

a 



3 



1 



Bra 674 



NsUTity of 
inmatc*s. 



o 

o 



• I 

ft 

. 5 



848 , «M2 I 178 

101 2«).| 

4411 882 I 

74 , \Hi 

22 68 






70 



18» 7S 



i 

s 

a 
a 

8 



414 



SrppoHBO CArsB or Ixaaxity i3r pATitrrs Admittko Dctiaco rni Ytia. 



.\n»miaof brain 

Ct^rebri) spinal selerosis 

Political excitement 

Excitement of fljod 

Brain tumor 

Riot 



Typhoid fever 

Ifiolatton 

nf)niefitic trouble 

I>iHap|M)inted afTections.. 

Friffht 

Enuepsy 

Financial troable. 



Males. 


' Females. ' 

i 1 


1 
Total. 


• • • ■ • • • •••• i 


,' 1 ; 






■ 






1 






I 










••••• •«•••••< 


1 






I 






. . 






11 


12 




a 






•«••••••• ••••• 






8 


18 




8 





493 



SBPOBT OF 8B0BXTABT OF 8TATB. 



SuPFooo) OAun or ImAiriTT ik Patismts, sra— Co 



Males. 



Opium habit 

Intemperance 

Injury to head 

Employment, wtnt oL.. 

Mastorliatioii.. 

Men<^panae.'. 

Orer-work 

Paerpend condition .... 

Sickneaa 

SyphiUs 

Grief 



Hardstady 

Jealooay 

Expoewie 

Lead poisonings 

Paralysis 

Senility 

Uterine deranxempnt^. 
Beligloua excitement .. 

Seduction 

Nostalgia ... 

Unknown 



Tbtal 



1 

22 
7 
2 
8 



8 



8 
6 



1 
1 
2 
4 



86 



119 



MOBTUABT RSOOBD. FBOM MOVOCBIB 1, 1888, TO NOVKMI 



Gaase of death. 



Syphilis 

Brighi's disease 

Gerebral congestion . 
Gerebral softening .. 

Epilepsy 

Pvsemia 

Chronic bronchitis.. 
Pftralysis, general .... 



i 



1 
1 

2 
4 
2 



I 
B 



2 

2 



1 
1 



Cause of death. 



Phthisie, pulmonalu 

PneumoDia 

PeritonitiSy acute 

Enteritis 

Dysentery 

Total number of d 



Agr OF Inmatbb Adjiittkd Current Year. 





d 
















lu 


• 


^ 


^ 


s 


s 


g 




t3 


s 


5 


S 


s 


o 


O 




o 

Ma4 


S 


s 


o 


s 


s 


Males 


1 


5 

1 


88 
82 


83 
25 


22 
15 


18 
17 


5 

7 


Females « 







80CIAL BTATOnCS. 



491 



OOCUPATIOH OV PATIXIITt ADMITTID DUURO TBI YUAM, 



i 



GarrUge maker 

PhjBician ~ 

Barkeeper.. 

Blacksmiths ^ 

Book keepers 

HaUer 

Batchers 

Cabinet-makers ^ 

Mioer.. 

Cigar-makem 

Clerks 

Brick maH*)!! 

Cooper ^ 

Farmers 

Brewer ^ 

Miller - 

Fireman 

HoQsewivea « .... 

Laborers 

Gar|>enterB 



1 
1 
1 
5 
8 
1 
8 
8 
1 
8 
8 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 

81 
4 



i 



I 



1 
I 
1 

6 
8 

1 
8 
8 
1 
8 
8 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 



81 
4 



i 

-a 



8 
8 

1 



6 
1 
8 
1 
1 



Moldera 

Machiniata ...*•««•••• 

Eogineer 

Mnaidan 

Painters 

Peddler 

PoliceiLen 

B<iOk-binder 

Htndent 

Enin^ver.. 1 

Herranta ^ | 

Shoemakers 8 

Baker I 

Teac-her i 

Tiilore • ' 8 

Teamalen 8 

Dentist. I 1 

No oocnpation ; 16 



Total 



! 119 



a 



16 



1 ! 



80 



101 



I 



8 
8 

1 
1 
6 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
16 
8 
1 
1 
8 
8 
1 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF CLEVELAND ASYLUM 
FOR INSANE, FROM NOVEMBER 16. 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1864. 





MaUs. 


Feoialea. 

806 

101 

407 

•100 

9 

807 


Tolal. 


Nnmlwr of patients in inatitntion KoTsmber 16, 1888.. 

** admitted dnrinff the year 


819 
119 
488 
188 
88 


686 
880 


Total namber nnder treatmeot cnrrent year • 

Nam)»er uf patienta diacbarged during year.. 

- died - 


646 

886 

87 


remaining in inaUtntion Novamber 16, 1864... 


1 810 


617 



NATiTrrr or IvvAm AtmtmD dobivo Onrnm Ybab. 



Obio 

Other atatea.. 
Foreign bom. 



101 



uroBT or uoBiTAsr or ritb. 

HORnUBT BkOKD, NOTBfBBB IK, 188S, TO NoVEMBn 





i 


1 


• 







..... 


J 


Heart clot 






teJ^Z i:;:::;:""::";.-"::^::::":: 




EnieritiB 




1 


Pueea 




1 
I 

4 
S 


Senility 

HolieuiDg of brain 

Total 




" MOte DiMiaoal _ 

" " melaDcholia ... 







Am Of tniATH ADMimo ddbixo Goubnt Yi 





1 


8 

S 


3 


.2 
S 


^ 

5 

s 


s 


2 


S 
3 


2 


g 
2 
S 


S 




1 
1 


t 

1 


1« 
11 


IS 
17 


11 


31 
16 


13 
13 


n 

13 


9 
9 


11 

6 




Females 


2 



Supposed Caosb of ImANiTY m Tbock AomTTKo dobiko tbi 



CfimBcteric 

ChroDic diarrhma 

SiBBipHtion 

Erceseive physical exortion... 

Bzpoanre 

Epilepsy 

Fever 

Ferer, typhoid 

Hereditary „ 

Injury tfl head 

lU health „ 

IntemperaDce ..... 

Lactation, excesaive 

Masturbation 

HeoBtrual irregnlnritiea 

Eicewlve use of opium 

Old age 

Puerperal _ 

Spermfttorrboea 



Spinal afieclion 

Khock 

Uterine dfeease 

Insoktion 

NOdtBluiA 

BasicOKB perplexhieB 
U(ime«tic dirai-ultiea ., 
Disappointed nffecti^ii 

Disappoint me nl 

EKCttesive mentnl exc. 

FriRht 

Gridf at loss of friendf 

Giief 

LdW of property 

PoliticHl eiti- 
Helig:)oiiH exi 
Finnncial tK 
Unknown. 

Total 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



493 



OcccPATiox or TxMATBi Admittid ni-Rivo CcuiBN'T Ybab. 



Black.siui^bs ~ 2 

Baker ^ 1 

CarpeDters 6 

Clerks 8 

Clergymen 1 

Cabinet-maker 1 

Cheese-maker^ 1 

Carriage-mHker 1 

Coopers ^ 2 

Confectioner 1 

Dentist ^ 1 

Engineers ^ 5 

Farm -rs 81 

Insunnce ngent ^ 1 

Inventor 1 

Jeweler ^ 1 

Laborers 13 

Merchnnt ~ 1 

Miller 1 

Moulder 1 

Manufacturer « 1 

Machinists 2 

Miners 6 



Masons 2 

Merhan cs « 2 

Physician - 1 

Plasterers - 2 

Painter** - 8 

Puddlnr « 1 

R. R conilnctor 1 

Stndeuta 3 

Shoemakers « 8 

Saloon-keeiHfrs 2 

T-Hm8t»rs 1 

Telegraphers. 1 

Wterin-iry surireons - 1 

Plumbers* « 2 

Pt»wder-mak«ir - I 

K. R. nuditor 1 

Real t^tate dealer 1 

Brush-maker 1 

Patternmakers 2 

Unknown A 



Total 



119 



STATISTICAL RKPoRT OF THE SUPKKINTENDEXr OF THE DAYTON ASY- 
LUM FOR THE INSANE, AT DAYTON. FROM NOVEMBER 15. 1883, TO 
NOVEMBER \\ 1884. 






i 

a 

ft 



Numl>er of patients in the institation Noveinl>er lA, 1883 ~ 290 811 

Number of patients admitted during the year 102 



Total number, current ye»r, under treatment 

Number dischargeii. recovered 29 

36 

24 

19 

290 



Nurnl»er di^k^barged, improved 

Numl)er dis<-harge«L nnimpr'%'e<l 

Not insane - 

Number died - 

Numl>er remaining in the insUtation Notember 16, 1884 



897 
31 
33 
10 



24 



601 
188 



I 



789 
60 



84 

1 
87 



Nativity or Iiciiatks 



Ohio 

Other states 

Foreign countries 
Unknown 



181 
24 



8 



ToUl 



484 



BirOBT or 8S0BBTXBT OF BTATB. 



Aon 09 ImcATv ADximD dubino Ourrknt Ti 



• 


6 
11 


1' 

81 
99 


li 

91 
96 


1' 

16 
14 


1' 

16 
8 


Between 60 
^ S and 70. 


gs 

|9 
& 

9 

1 


Between 80 
and 90. 


Males. 

Females ... 



Alugxd Oausib or Insanity. 



>.•••* •••*•• 



1 



Amenorrhoea 

Abortion 

Business perplexities 

Compression «.••••• 

Oasdlac disease ~ 

Change of life 

Cstarrh 

Congestion of brain • 

Coninement in jail 

Disease of liver 

Dysmenorrhoea 

Domestic tronble 

Disappointed affections 

Bifilepsy 

Exposure to heat and san.. 

ExoessiTe child birth 

Fright 

Frontal abscess 

Orief at loss of friends 2 

Hereditary 9 

Ill-health 1 

Injury to head 6 



Intemperance 

IncMTlgible temper 
Mental excitement . 

Masturbation 

Nervous disease 

Over fatigue 

Old age 

Paral^is 

Phthisis 

Puerperal condition 

Pr^nancy 

Religious excitement 

Scrofula 

Sun-stroke 

Syphilis 

Spermatorrhoea 

Tvphoid fever 

Uterine disease ..... 

Unknown 

Not insane 



Totol 



MORTUABY RXCX>BD, NOVEMBER 15, 1883, TO NOVEMBER 



Causes of death. 



Apoplexy 

Cancer 

Cancer of stomach.... 

Chorea 

Disease of heart 

Dysentery 

Exhaustion 

Exhaustion of ^ania 

Epilepsy 

Gangrene ** senile'*.. 

General paralysis 

Inantion 

Measles 

Paralysis 

Phthisis 



Totals 



Total number of deaths 



SOCIAL bTATIBTICS. 



496 



OCCCPATION OV MALCi. 



Barber 1 

Book-keeper 1 

Cattle dealer - 1 

Carpenters «. A 

DrugKiftt 1 

Cooper^ 1 

Fanners 9^ 

Frail tree agent 1 

Farniture finisher 1 

Gamblers 3 

Grocer - I 

Laborers 14 

Lnmber dealers ^ 8 

Machinist ^1 

Moaldem I 

None a 



Painter 1 

Printers 8 

Plasterer- 1 

Petidlers - 1 

Railroad ofllcfr - 1 

Railroad laborer. % 

Saddler 1 

Saloon-keepera - % 

Shoemakers 8 

8*ildier- 1 

Stone cottar.. 1 

Stone m-'sins - % 

Telegraph operator 1 

Unknown 6 

Totals 10ft 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE ATHENS 
ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, FOR THE YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 
18, 1884. 



On record NoTsmber 18, 1888 
Cases admitted— 

First admlssioDs 

Readmission 



Total admitted 



Total cases nnder care 
Cases discharged—- 

Recovered 

Relieved 

Unimproved 

Died. 



Total discharged and died. 

Remaining November 16, 1884. 

Average nnmber rerident during jtv . 



48 

4 
87 





i ; 




i 


m 


jri 


a 


s 


j 




fi 


108 


84 


ISO 


18 


to 


88 



64 
18 



I 'I 



810 , 81ft 



119 104 



488 488 



118 lat 



811 



818 



887 



818 



496 



ESPOBT OF SXnBSTABT OF 8TATB. 



Nativitt or Patisntb Admittid durihq Tjub sndikq Novi 



Ohio 

Germany .. .•..•. 

Ireland ..« 

Anatria • 

Virginia 

Hoith Carolina. 
Weal Virginia.. 

Kentucky .» 

PennayWania .. 

Switaerland 

England 





i 


t » 


1 

X 


Feinal 

• 


i 


75 


71 


146 


2 


7 


9 


•8 


8 


6 


1 
8 




I 
7 


4 


1 




1 


I 


4 


5 


% 


2 


4 


4 


4 


8 


1 
2 




1 
2 








Walea. 

New York 

Dinrict of Colambia 

Unknown 

, New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Misaonri ^ 

MaaaachuBetta 



Totals... 



Aan or PATinm Admittbd durikg Year ending Noves 



From 15 to 20 years. 

20 to 80 

80 to 40 

40 to 50 

50 to 60 

HO to 70 

70 to 80 
Over 80 yeani . 



•< 

u 
u 

M 

<C 
« 



<• 

« 
« 




Totals ... 



7 
29 
81 
23 
13 
11 

o 




Cause of Disease is Patients Admitted during Year ending 



Cftiises— ExcitiDg. 



Moral cBuses».... 
Intemperance .... 

Masturbation 

Uterine disease... 
Paerperal state.. 

Pregnancy 

Change of life.... 

Ill-health 

Puberty 

Other diseases.... 
Unknown 




SOCIAL BTATnncs. 497 

CiTiL Ooin>ino« ov Patiskis Admrtbd dubwo Ybab niDiwo NoTmam 16| 18B4. 





Ml-. 


Femalef. 


Total. 


Ainfflf^ „,,,„,,„-,,-.,,„,,„„-, T-.--..T - ,„--.„..„.. 


47 

66 

7 


86 
49 
18 

1 


88 


Married 


114 


Widowed 


95 


Divorced^ 

Unknown 


1 










ToUlB 


ii» 


104 


288 



Caubb of Dbath fob Yeab bvdimo Notbmbbb 16, 1884. 



Canse. 



Males. Females. = ToUl. 

_ I 



Phthisis 8 

Paralysis^ 1 , 

Apoplexy 6 

Kenile decar^ 6 

Epilepsy^..! 1 

£zhaastion of dementia 8 

*' melancholia \ 1 

General paralysis.. ; 8 

Onntnic disease of heart \ 

Chronic diarrhosa ! 

Erysipelas j I 

Pneumonia ! 1 

Organic disease of brain j 2 

Tbtals 86 



9 
8 
1 
8 
1 
6 
1 



1 
1 



18 
4 
6 
9 
2 
9 
8 
8 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 



OccuPATtoN OP Malm Admittbd Dumivo Ybab bhdiiio Ngvbxbbb 16, 1884. 



Farmers 64 

Laborers 19 

Miners ~ 4 

Carpenters 2 

Shoemakers 2 

Clerks 8 

Merchants 2 

(vsnleners 8 

Saloon-keepers.. 8 

Physician 1 

School-teacher 1 

Painters 2 

Boiler-maker 1 

32 8.8. 



TWIor 1 

Peddlers 2 

Printer • 1 

Brick-masons • 8 

Railroad engiDeer 1 

Boat steward 1 

River pilot • 1 

Hotel-keeper 1 

Broom-Duiker. 1 

Lawyer 1 

Total. 119 



w8 ampoaie or uosbtiat of statb. 

STATISnOAL BEFOBT OF THS SCTPSRINTENDEHT 01 
DIEBS' AJim SAILUBS' OBPHA^' HOME, AT XENIA, ] 
16, UBS, TO NOVEUBBB IK, UBi. 





1 


, 


^ 


1 


Horabor of chUdran Not. 16, 1888 

Total nnmber ooirent jtu „ 


448 

6! 
604 

W 

1 

410 


.389 

ae 

867 

83 

1 

832 


681 
90 
771 
126 
2 
642 


8T0 
68 


Hmnber died- " 













OoottPATiora TjLDaBT. 





Foranuui. 


OccapatioD. 




M».A.B.8niith.... 
MiMH.O. Hunt...- 

Mr.J. G. Boat „ 

Wi. C. WhittioKtoD. 

Mr. Wm. jRok 

Mr. Junea Liddle... 
MrB.8.RttflIord 


Printing 

TmmnK- 

Gardenmi; 

En^neering 


ShoemaUng-- 


0«rp8Dteriiig - 


Tdilormit 


Girla' wwii« 


Drew msking 



HOBTUABT RXPOKT FBOH NOVKMBBB 16, I 



AoB or OBII.DSKM Adhittbd During thb 





4. 


6.- 

8 
8 


6. 

6 
4 


1 
2 


2 


9. 

4 
2 


10. 

10 
1 


II. 




8 


s 







































SOCIAL 8TATIBTIC8. 499 

OTATISnOAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE QIRL3' IN- 
DUSTRIAL HOME, AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NEAR DELlWARE, 
FROM NOVEMBER 1ft, 1868, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1884. 

Number of inmates November 16, 1888 870 

Number admitted dorinf the year 79 

Number returned dorinf the year 19 

Total 888 

Nomber discharged^ ^ 48 

Number indentured 2 

Number in homes on triaL ^ 87 

Died 4 

Namber remaining NoTember 16, 1884 877 

OocuPATion Tauobt. 
Hooeework, Sewing, Knitting, Laundry work. 

Aon OP IVMATM AdMITTIO DUUIIO CCTKBIMT YbAB. 



Agee - 9 

Inmatee 6 



10 11 18 18 
7 11 7 14 



14 
84 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE REFORM 
SCHOOL FOR BOYS. NEAR LANCASTER, FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1888, TU 
NOVEMBER 16, 1884. 

Namber committed since the school was founded in 1868 4070 

Namber cared for during the year just closed « 884 

Number in the institution November 16, 1888 449 

Number receiTed from November 16, 1888, to November 16, 1884. 176 

Number returned who were granted leave of absence 47 

Number granted leave of absence to go home 916 

Number granted leave of absence for whom employ uient was fonnd ^ 8 

Number indentured 18 

Number permanent escapes.. • 4 

Number in the institution November 16, 1884. ^ 488 



Showimo Aom op THoas OoMifiTriD DuuMO THi Ybab. 

i 



Ten 80 

Eleven. 9 



Thirteen ~ 80 

Fourteen. ' 81 

Fifteen. 89 

Sixteen 18 



Seventeen 16 

Eighteen. e 



Twelve. 80 | Nineteen. 8 

"~ ' *" Twenty <. I 



Total. 176 



BaPOBT OV MOBBTAB? OF 8TAI 



Other etntee 

Foreign coontiies... 



SHOinita SoaAL akd Uobaj. CoNDinai 

Who were foil orpbuia , 

Who had lost father 

Who had lost mother 

Whose parents are both living 

Whose father was unknown _ , 

Whose mother waa unknown 

Who had used profane langojkge 

Who had used tobacco 

Who had iiapd intoxicating liquors , 

Who were trnant from school 

Who had attended public school , 

Who had attended Sab bath -school 

Whose [athera were intemperate _ 

Whoee mothers were intemperata 

Whose parenla were separated 

OccDPATioNfl Tauoht Inhatbs. 
Miulc, Tailorinff, 

Florists, , Baking, 

Bnubmftking, BlacksmithiDg, 

Telegnphj, Oooking, 

Oarpentering, Shoemakii^, 



Showimo Oadbi of Cohuitme) 



Qnud Urcenj 

Petit Urcenj 

BorgUrf 

Borglarf uid Urcen; .. 



Asnolt and battery 

Assanlt with lnt«nt to rob ... 

Aiualt and threatening 

Assault with intent to rape .. 
Shooting with intent to kill .. 

Highway robbery - 

Bobbery ^».»„,»„.« 

Horac aloaUng-.^ ».., 



^^^^^^^^^^ KKMAL aTATIRlCI. 

MrniilinKhtirr ft 












AUemptinit to Mt ftra lo OhUdna'a Homo In tin«n* eouitj 1 

WnnglaU; onhitcliing two ho»M wttb iDtont U Mt tltMn al Ih|« 1 






Tabli aaowira Oonma noM wmioi 




A«hl«nd ~ S 

_ AlhwM ™ B 

1 tess - ■•---•- ' 






lUfion-.".^ 




Miuni ™™ 


L sjerrc- 1 






H oi . 


^ OolombkABft 4 


OUMn . 

FUUlv 


Duke _.»..«.».».».».-, t 


m.™. 

Kutii. 

TntA ™™ ._»_..„ 






Farctta ™. « 

PnnUln SB 

GiaiU 1 

OoMW — I 

Oraen* -^ tt 

s^ifTirs J 








ta«» a 


fS^r K 


Huoock B 












vSws~r. ■ ; — i:: i 




HocMai B 






J«4Km . . — 1 

Jtthnm 11 


SSSL. 


511;^ 


ai. ol K_lWk> (bomkrl 


Lawmom B 

11^« — : -■ '5 




L 







KBPORT OP BEOBHTABT OF STATB," 



Coumn FKOU wbicb tbobk Cohmittbd th 



Aahtabnla „ 




Marion 


Athens _ 




Miami « 


Belmont - 




Monroe 






Montgomery 


Clarke _ 


4 


Clinton 




Mnskingam 








Ooahocton 




Ottawa 


Crawford- 




Paulding 




10 


Pickaway 








Delaware 




Potnam 


Erie, 




Richland „.... 








Fayette 




Scioto 


Franklin „ 




eenecB 


GalUa 




8Wrk 








GnemBey 




Trumbnll 






Tuecarawas 


Hancock 




Union 


Hardin 




Van Wert 


Henry 




Warren 






Waahington 








Knoi 


Wiliiame . . _... 


Lawrence 




Wyandot 


LicfcinK 




State of Eentuck 


Logan 












Uahoning 







STATIOTICAL REPORT OF BUPERINTENDENT OF I 
AND COERECnON, AT TOLEDO, FROM NOV! 
NOVEMBER 15, 1884. 



Nnmber boyi in inetitntion Kot. 16, 1883.. 

Number admitted dnringthe year 

■ TotAl ntunber the cQirent year 

Total number discharf^ed to their homes... 
No. apprenticed and discharged to employment 



»Md 
mbof 



Nombef rematntng November 15, 1884 .. 



SOCIAL 8TATI8TI08. 508 

Occupation. 

Knitting factory 112 

Farming and general work.. 80 

Laundry ; 80 

Engine-room 4 

Bakery 4 

(ieneral work in building 80 

Schools •. - 194 

TaDor-shop 14 

Mending department 12 

Our schools consist of two departments of three grades each. One-half of the 
boys attend school in forenoon, and the other half are at work; in the afternoon 
they alternate. School ten months in the year. During winter months, evening 
schools in United States History and Civil Government are regularly conducted. 



▲OSS OF INMATES ADMITTED CUBBBNT TBAB. 





10. 


11. 


12. 


18. 


14. 


16. 


16. 


Males 


14 


6 


11 


4 


14 


6 


4 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE WARDEN OF THE OHIO PENITENTIARY, 
COLUMBUS, FROM NOVEMBER 1, 1888, TO OCTOBER 81, 1884. 

NUMBKB OF PRIS0NBB8 IN THE INSTITUTION NOVKMBKB 1, 1883. 

Males ~ 1,269 

Females 18 

Total 1,287 

NUMBKB OF PBIB0NER8 ADMnTBD DUBINO THE TBAB. 

Males 716 

Females 12 

Tbtal ,. 728 

TOTAL NUMBER CUBRENT TBAB. 

Males 1,985 

Females 80 

Total 



604 « BBPORT OF 8B0BBTABT OF 8TATB. 

HUMBIB DUCHABGBD. 

Males - aw 

Females 11 



Total 684 

MUMBaB DIED. 

Males 16 

MUMBKB RBMAIMING IH THE INSTITUTION OCTOBKB 81, 1884. 

Males ^ 1,846 

Females - 19 



Total 1,865 

NATIYITT OF INMATBB ADMITTKD DURING THE TNAB. 

Ohio 866 

Other states 887 

Foreign countries 86 

Total 788 

TSBM OF SSNTaNCa. 

Number for one year 178 

" one to three years 196 

" three to five years 176 

'* five to ten years 188 

" ten to fifteen years .».- 86 

" fifteen to twenty years ^.. 18 

" indeterminate 11 

Life 10 

ToUl .'. « ^ 788 

AOBB OF TH06B BBCBTVKD DURING THE TSAR. 

Number 21 years 164 

From 21 to 80 years - 84S 

" 80.to 40 " 186 

" 40to.50 " 60 

" 50to'60 " 87 

" 60 to 70 " 8 

Over.70 years 1 

Total ~ — .....^. 788 



J 



SOCIAL 8TATI8TIC8. 



£06 



Ou 



Male. 



Female. 



pv««< 



Arson , 

AsMalt to kill .... 

** wound 

rob 

Attempt to mid 

Barglary 

** and larceny 

Bigamy 

Cutting to kill 

" wound 

Elmbenlement 

Forgery 

Fornication.-. 

Orand larceny 

House breaking.. 

Horse-stealing 

Blalicious destruction of property 

Maiming , 

Murder, 1st degree 

8d •• 

Manslaughter.. 

Obtaining goods under fslse pretenses. 

Fusing counterfeit coin 

Obstructinff railroad track 

Pocket picking 

Poisoning 

Perjary 

Receiving stolen property .. 

Rape 

Attempt to rape 

Shooting to kill 

" wound - 

Stabbing 

Throwing at railroad traiiL. 

Violating pardon .* 



Totals 



7 

18 
1 
8 
1 

98 
167 

10 
6 
7 
6 

81 

1 

141 

1 

88 
8 
1 
1 
9 

44 
7 
7 
1 

84 
1 

10 
1 
8 

90 



18 

19 

1 

1 

718 



»•••••••• 



• ••••• ••••••••■ 



9 

T 
i 



19 



506 



BBPOBT OF 8B0BSTABT OV 8TATB. 



OoouPATioir OF THon BaamymD dubikq thx Yii 



Barben « 

Baken ^ 

Banker 

Batchen 

Book-keepen 

Common laboran 

Oommerdal agenti 

Fannera 

Hofltlen and teamaten 

Hooae-woi^ 

Lawrer 

MecnanioB 

Miners < 

Nooccapation 

Peddlera ^ 

F^nten 

PhyBiciana 

Pnntera 

Bailroaden , 

Saloon-keepers 

Sailors 

Teachers , 

Telegraphers 

Shoemakers 

Varioos minor oocapations 



Totals 



Record of Deaths. 



QQ a 





16817 
12866 
16284 
16066 
16888 
16260 
16666 
14647 
16116 
14948 
16206 
16806 
16788 
16120 
16709 
16832 



Date of death. 



December 2, 
February 16, 
February 16, 
February 22, 
March 2, 



March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

June 

Julie 

July 



26, 
27, 
10, 
21, 
26, 

9, 
24, 

28, 



September 4, 
September 26, 
October 16, 



1888 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 



Cause of death. 



Scrofula 

Phthisis pulmonalis : 

Dilation of heart 

Typhoid fever 

Ascetes, caused by habitual use of 

Heart disease 

Haemature 

Acute pneumonia 

Albumenuria 

Bright's disease of kidneys 

Fatty defi;eneration of heart 

Phthisis pulmonalis 

Cystitis 

Syphilitic stricture of bowels 

Heart disease 

Typhoid fever 

Total 



I 

\ 



REPORT OF THE OHIO BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

CoLmsos, O., November IS. 1884. 
Jamet W. Newman, Serrelarjf of State: 

Deab Bir: Purauaat to the reqaiivmentHof tho law r«Rulating th« 
praotiiw of Pharmacy in this St«t<>, thv Ohio Board of Phannaoy, Ibrougb 
itB Secretary, oflvis the following as a reconi of the work porforroed hj 
the Board so far, in tb« fiiltiUoient of the dntiea imposed by the law : 

The Board, aa appointed by Gov. Hoadly, ooDaistn of 
John A. NlpB«iii, of CbiUlmthe. F. T. Rower, ol Toledo- 

Edgar M. UattOD, ol Zencnitle. Edward S Wayne, of ntaiduiati. 

Philip II, Bruck, ol Colnmbua 

The E^rd held it« first seminn in Colufubim on the 8th day of Aprils j 
1884, and [•erfeotMJ itn oriiaaiEation by ('iecting John A. Nip(en, Preat> \ 
dent; K. M. Hatton, Viop-Prwidflnt ; P H, Bruck, 8«)rrUfy. 

Thtt Secretary, who also acts as Trt-asurvr of the fnnd* of thr BflAtd, | 
furnished bond for tlo.OOLl as surety for the proper and faithful f 
formance of his duties, and was allowed a salary of 11,000 for the finit 
year, out o( which sum b<^ is. to pay alt of his expenses for derk hire. 

At the nine meeting the Board formuUtMl blank appUtmtiona tot 
thoM persona entitled to register under the law without examinatioa, 
oopiee of which are attached hereto, marked Appendix A, and which 
formi part of this report 

The B<iard has, up to date, held meetings in thf different aitieN of 
the Stale as follow^: 



OoliunhiM, Mar ». l^M. 
CtndDnaU, Mar *t. ISM. 
Calom boa. June 10, U84, 
aeralaB<l. Jal? 1, 1884. 
Toledo. Jnlr 14, IB8L 



■ CoJniabaa, Jnl; 1&. 18B4. 
Colambtia, Septambar i, 1884. 
OIndnnatl. Beptaadiar 18^ I8B4. 
ToMo, SepiMBbar 88^ 1884. 
Ctovalaad, Oeteber IS, 1884. 



At tbeee meeting* there appeared for examination 914 penoii8,tf 4 
whom 149 paaaed a •atiiCaetory examination, and received oertlfloaM 
of competency to register aa phamiacittts or aaaiftant pharmacist*. 

The totAt number of pharmacist* registered up to date is 2,820, of 
whom 166 were already registered fay the Pharmaoentical Examining 
Board, then in existence in this State under the Uw in force previoiu , 
to the enactment of the pretient law, on March 18, 1884. who, on accoont | 
at prerioos mgistration, were exempt fn>m the payment of the mgijiira> < 
tioD fee. Managers of drug etoree to the number of SKI regiaterad H J 
pharmacists. 

The total number of assistant pharmadata reffiatercd is 954^ of whom 



508 BBPOBT OF BBOBBTABT OF 8TATB. 

10 were previously registered, and were therefore exen 
meet of the registration fee. 

An alphabetical list of the names and resideno 
registered is attached hereto, and forms a part of this ; 

The income of the Board to date la. 

The 



Balance on hand. 

An itemized statement of the expenditures is atf 
forms part of this report. 

The individual accounts of the members of the Boi 
below, include not only the per diem allowed by law, 
expenses incurred in attending the sessions of the B 
in the performance of their duties. A statement of d 
attached. 

[Vouchers omitted]. 

John A. Nipgen, $180.86. F. T. Bower, $188.80. 

£. M. Hatton, 276.60. £. 8. Wayne, 22.15. 

P. H. Brack, $62.00. 

The amount drawn by the members of the Boa 
of three dollars allowed by law is as follows : 

John A. Nipgen, 20 days, $60.00. F. T. Bower, 22 day 

£. M. Hatton, 28 days, 84.00. E. 8. Wayne, 3 dayi 

The Secretary, under the provisions of the law, 
per diem allowance, but only expenses incurred in att 
of the Board. 

The Board is particularly under obligtttion to tl 
maceutical Association for its aid and assistance, anc 
members of the Association who, as a committee 
county, gave us valuable help in canvassing the Stal 
Board returns its sincere thanks for their kind servi 

The Board everywhere received the hearty co 
Pharmacists of the State who have at heart the ac 
profession, who are always found in the front ranks o 
and who are ready whenever occasion offers, or di 
aside selfish aims and desires, and sacrifice their i 
the good and welfare of the community at large. 

If the general public will give us their encour 
out the intent of the law, we can safely assure them 
disposal a more intelligent and better educated ] 
reap the benefit of a better and safer service frorr 
this State. Phii 



mCtAU ST&TlvriCB. 



UST:OF|PUiJtUAClirRj KEUUrFHaBO UP TO KOVBUSEB U, 1884. 



Ailam^ N. B 

Altfaang, rrod., Jr... 
Amann, Clemms ■>■• 

A mftwn 1 Pnwk 

Aduni, A. A— 



-Balpre. 

.^Tkjlor'a OrMik. 

.SldlMV. 

...... PotUDUisUi. 

..Vfmnrty. 



Aduiu, LooiM a Warran. 

Althua, Utmry Tivlor'a Ore«k. 

Anuwa, 0. E., 8r PorUtDonth. 

Adams. E. C Hrri*. 

Adftoia, K. W W«UtBKUin. 

A>fa, L. B BaltDon. 

Adama. J. F .....Port Rwrorarr- 

Adaraa, J.H Fort Bacorery. 

Albart, U A -- .....HarrWMrf. 

Akerofd. Wm Draadm. 

AQen. Jno. E ....Oolaublaaa. 

AIIbii, E. H.. Jr Mariaua. 

AllMi. I. B Ath-M. 

Abbej-, W _ „. ... DajnoD. 

AndriM, J. e Barlln Haiahta. 

Ackarman, J. V..... ColaBbaa. 

Allen, F. L KaoL 

Acklajf. J. L ™ .__.OBkwoo.l. 

Andrawa. W. OMllaiitl. 

Abbay, Jaiuaa ....„_.„. Da vton 

Aabar. J. H uid-ny 

Alaundar, a -. .~.C1»v«1m><I. 

All«n. R. D .„ .„.._._.. Uelpht. 

AndraiTB, A. H. »...»..».„ Dntkoa' 

Aallker, n. D « ^ .....™ Toied. 

Ackar, PbtUp- CDareland. 

Ackfrauo, P. J Ocdaniliui 

ABdafaaa, B. R - .-Howntowi 

Allan, J. B _ _ Ut Of«l. 

AndaraoD. J. V JtmryrriUm. 

AtxIenoD. W. P HarjarUla. 

AndarMMi, C E CoaborUNi. 

Andaraon, J CoaliactoB. 

AUaa. Tboa. M Fortlrad. 

AOiin, Jno -..»„-.. HootoaUar. 

Andrawa. Jamaa -.. .OoM Waur. 

Alazander. W. W— »».^-»..~Akroa. 

AUan. B. E Ataw. 

AadaraoD, U K _.»... „.CbahoigUa. 

Andnwa. RS „^ UiUaYott. 

Alaxaadar, Jiio..„ McOoonalniniL 

Allen. A. A ..Olavalaad. 

Allen, J. D Harth FairtaM. 




Aldrtch. D. L._™. . .— 

ApUa. a F — 
Afdricb,F.J.. 



Alditoro. J. R 
Alliaon, J. A 
Aa«^, A. E 



Aller.J. F He* WaahlnKhn. 

AMriih. J. D Safabatilla. 

Amiln, JtMX H... OlaTaUnd. 

Albro, W. H Hadina. 

ArmatToiw,Q. R- Booth Cbnimum. 

Ammnr. E. E. ......Chapln Falk. 

Aabton. A. L Piqna. 

Aahlon, W. B PtqoL 

Aabton, D.T „ Fhina. 

Arnutraac. P. » Nav l^boa. 

Arnold, D. R SaodnAy. 

Annttrona, J. F ....Bavcona. 

AreoM, luod .... Ounbridfa. 

Anuld, O. L Oambridgab 

Aahton.Ed Una. 

Arnold, J:P ~ LoTa Cttr. 

Alaop, J. W _ .HartoB. 

Abbnt, L Ctaatport. 

AnaOn. W.0.»..».-_.~. Oaaan. 

Aoatin, E. L — Plynmib. 

Aaatla,U«o _„-.». Galina. 

Aoallfi, J. H .-». PrieMovn. 

Aoiciia, J. 8 — ._..-. ..._.„..«^...Tbl«do. 



-.OtBduiati. 
...Sdna] 



Inar. 
...Baltk P. O. 
...ICUdlaimiirt. 



Ajnw. Man A .. 

Ay«n.U.O. 

Btker. D. W _... 

Brand, L^. W 

Baldvlo. F. U ... 

Blak>Jav, J. D aUL 

BUi-k, fi. K HaravlQi 

IUn>IU.aO JDddlaUnri 

B«n.iU. a 8 lliddl«"Mu 

Bat«.L'.W Hartford. 

btti^ K Abb » -...fUrdwiL 

Biak*. H B 




610 



BBPOBT OF 8EGBBTARY OF STATE. 



ExPKNDiTURSB — Gontmcied. 



Date. 



To whom paid, and on what acooant. 



Amount 



Aug. 16 
21 
28 
29 

Sept 2 



18 
19 



Oct. 6 



10 
20 
15 



13 
15 

15 



J. H. Holman, refanded 

Krebs Lithographing Co., printing certificates. 
L. D. Myers, postage stamps. 



F. T. Bower, expenses and per diem 

E. M. Hatton, expenses and per diem 

J. A. Nipffen, expenses and per diem.. 

firaon A Brack, rent of office 

P. H. Brack, expenses and office supplies. 

C. M. Cott & Co., printing - 

Siebert & Lilley, stationery 

CheriDflrtx)n A Robinson, seal 

Senter & Lerch, pasteboard tabes 

Hann & Adair, printing.. 

L. D. Myers, postage stamps. 

A. H. Zahn refanded 

E. S. Wayne, per diem ... 

P. H. Brack, expenses and office supplies 

Geo. H. Twiss, stationery 

C. M. Cott & Co., printing 

Halm, B Hows & Co., rent of furniture^.... 

J. A. Nipgen, expenses and per diem 

George B. Moore, printing 

Geo. ERer, ex penses advertising, etc 

E. M. HattoD, expenses and per diem 

E. 8. Wayne, " " 

Zanesville Courier, printing 

F. A. Walker, refanded 

E. M. Hatton, expenses and per diem 

Herald PablishinK Co., advertising 

Leader Printing Co., ** 

F T. Bower, expenses and per diem 

Braun A Brnck, rent of office 

P. H. Brack, salary 

P. H. Brnck, expenses and office supplies... 
H. W. Poehl, services 



$8 00 

108 50 

10 00 

400 

81 70 

18 25 

14 80 
40 00 

868 

2 25 

12 20 

500 

28 00 

17 85 

1 00 

200 

800 

15 51 
1 50 
240 
200 

15 00 

825 

12 18 

59 80 

19 15 
8 50 
800 

24 50 

240 

820 

15 50 

40 00 

250 00 

20 70 
200 



Total expenditures. 



$2,072 10 



eocuL aTATDTICa. 



Lin or roAUUciRi, nc.— OooUtiMd. 



I 



BrlgblOB. 1-4 „...„.t>al1u. 

Briglil. Wm „Wel1*rtlle. 

Brows, J. E- „ CuDbi)<Jn. 

Bollmnn.U. J- ...Muttfl^lJ. 

nrookn, F. W- ^ .Cilrd'mla. 

BroMoB, P. E. ^OLvrlln. 

Boyw, J. M. Umilon. 

Bronk, 0. W Laonaler. 

Bowd)«,J. A. PItMant Bend. 

Brown, F. A Kew Uabon. 

BoikI,B. F- ^Vamtil Ion. 

BoiuAII,D. W. Hnbbard. 

Bolt, J. U Ornyif i»e. 



[.A.W. 

Bowie, E. B..... Brw^Dort. 

Boww.P.T.- ..T-Jwlo. 

Bo Mri. O WubiDRMiiTdle. 

Bohn, J. II_ .....Usmilai). 



BOTM-, Harry Wuliiiislini 

Bri«wW. S Kp ._ 

Bowtr. R. T.. Jt MiClun.. 

Brown, n.W WUminBton. 

Brown. H. P F<irr*«. 

BoW. J. C- _...-.._„.— .SeviJl... 

BoIt«. J. C-. .._.._ 8ol«n. 

Brawn.J.J .- ...^..SpriBBflcM. 

Brown, O. D...».» ..~ CiulU. 

Biooklnt, W. 0. H-». — ... Raton. 

B^hl, Conrwl-. .».».....•.„ Walvrto wo. 

BoriM, If. V _. Eatnn. 

Brown. Wilbar „ -...f^nmor*. 

Brockcrraaii, 0«a Saabaylmii^ 

Bonar. R. 8. „ ..Kaw Ijntinfiat. 

Bo«bRi«, C K ..~. .....GwmaDiuwn. 

Brown, H. V — .-.. „ PaoMlaR. 

Btncknr, II. — _ ^krm. 

BenralLB ...Waaliimnaii. 

Brown, R. 8 MMdlaGnis. 

Btock.JBo.„ W. AhnamlrliL. 

Bohn. W. R „ ComlMflaiid. 

Blood. J, C PnnUlB. 

Brown, E. J Bromtttan, 

Bawea.s.C .....SprlnaflaU. 

Bow«n^ O. C Porl WDiImb. 

BowW, F-0. Moptorillfc 

Btowci, A. J. Wntotloo. 

Brown, T. K .Waahtegtoa C. H. 

Bona', J. W — Jpckaon OcBlvr. 

BoUm.J. r> BowlhNiGTMk 

Uonlcn, Joa..... " 

Bnekwall. A. J- 

BlnBi,F,Jr 

Bnab. E. y„.„ BRmUm 

Bnrkv, Jmeab ~ .AhanaaTflla. 

BackUad, R. P_Jr..~ Fr«aiOBL 

But«ojiM,W. R. fiuvlMBTta*^ 



tapolaaa. 
...TtaMa. 



Bncklaitil, 8. Frenxint. 

Bmnar, John, Jr Uiramahamf. 

Bacbannn, J. &.. M<«r»w. 

Boach, H. C a«»»l*Bd. 

Bran, Jaa... „ Clvi-alitnd. 

Bnnn, John. Batairia. 

BdUct. F BaUalanlalw. 

Bo»b«y. A. D JQiBltqr. 

Bnunbanch, S. ~^ ..ArCABOin. 

BOTTia, 0. V..... Dan*ilta. 

Bnaton, H. J......-..^.— ..JofanMowB- 
Burhan-in.C. &- Baraiar. 

Baab. U. H North I^wiabBrf. 

Bantr. A. ~ ~ TMmIo. 

Barbaak.!. I .......~.-.~„..8prtaR<t«M. 

BanM, F. A. - Kiplan. 

BnrE»n,T. M 8abina. 

IhiniPll.J.C..... .....«ebln». 

Bnacb.A Wood. ill*. 

Iliuob, H.„ Woodvl'k. 

Buni^ & r.._.„..„.._...-. ...... FUKlUf. 

BukaTtJ. S " - Marietta. 

Bu«ll. Wm — ~ ■■■ 

BnrloB, W. U 

Buna, J. W... 

Burtcli, A. W. 

Boricb.O. K-......... OrMBWl 

Ranon, a M. 

Biiri[»rt,». W Ravaod. 

BuHl. W. H Mnft*iU. 

BoAngtoB, J. P DHUnve. 

BuTiaa. Tfaoa. „... .....tolibBaltL 

...J4biriR|ll«)d. 

OiilDnibB& 

.VajBrabanS. 

Bnrkiu, J. L ^ _ _ 

Byrider. John 

Bjtn. H. M 

Byani, B. R 

Brran. E. II 

Blilbv, Cathertee.. 

Brrant,E.D OlrelrrtB* 

Btjui, 0. W... GraBTUIc. 

B^na, Joba.. OalBBibB& 

Bryaa, A - ~ 8paoear«ll)a. 

Bfvn, Ban] ..Londooilwry Suiian. 

Oawlav, P. V ^FajiMltB. 

Oarroll, F. B- ^.OavaUBd. 

CnUac, CbM. -GrniM. 

CaaMnhter. Obak Cliai 

OarllB, «. A W«i< 

omda.H.» r . 

Ckn«U,U.D -. Dtt] 

Chanmaw, B. D_ 
CkUwvH. D. 



BDr1qB,0. F... 

BracCniDljp H- 
Bnrann, ». W 



—SlnBro^ 

Pajrn*. 

...AiliaBo. 

Majun.b. r.™ „ (fauBV'aaL 

Craiia, B. W flrMoabitrt. 

OmIbw. R. O ObbbI WlBcbaatM'. 

Otn»,^i — Ihwla. 

OIibUm,J. a. Mlllord. 



Cartwrlihl. J. W. .. 

C^dar. A. 8. 

CUyua. E. P.™ 



BEPOBT OF SEOBETABY OF STATE. 



LiBT OF Phabmacui^ btc.— Cod tinned. 




Borringer, D Kocky Kidge. 

Baird, J.H PBtsBkaln. 

Baker, P. A. liirmingbam. 

Baker, G. R Mt Vernon. 

Baltily, Z.T Maaaillon. 

Bailey, Geo „ East Toledo. 

Baner, Jno CleveB. 

Blackburn, A. W _ Wooater. 

Baker, P. A _ Ml. Vernno, 

Baumgartner, F Cbi11icoth«. 

Bauah, K. M Zaaeeville. 

Bansb, W. F Zsneeyille. 

Babrenbarg, C. H Marietla. 

Brainerd. U. W Mantua Slation. 

Bailey, F. P Zaueaville. 

Bailey, WilliB „ Zaneeyilie. 

Bartlett, W Toledo. 

Bartletl, G, W Toledo. 

Barr. P. H Canton. 

Biddle, H. G ClevelBud. 

Baribolomew. A. W Vienni'.. 

Braddock, M.J New LexiiiKton. 

Bailey, W. N - East Liverpool. 

Ballard, W. A. Greenville. 

Barton, W. M M^nafleld. 

Barton, JaniM MnneSeld, 

Bates, Joba AppletiiD. 

Bailey, J. C _ Pioneer. 

Bailey, 8. L _ Pioneer. 

BaWa, B. - Willonghby. 

Barton, T, H Syracuee. 

Bartlett. J. A _ Cleveland. 

Bamea, E. K Bloomdale. 

Banter, G. W„ Enterpriae. 

Baird, C. Pataakala. 

Baird, H. H _ Pataskala. 

Baird, Jos Paladhala. 

Baxter, Mra. F. A Irondale. 

Baxter, Minerva J Irondale. 

Barry, T. M , Fayetteville. 

Baad, J. F Bolivar. 

Baker, G. Paineaville 

Bartholomew, M. S New Holland. 

B^rnea, W. W Perry. 

Bai , A. L Youngatown 

Barnes, W, B Vinton. 

Brant, E. D - Hayaville. 

Bach, W.J Toledo. 

Black, B. H Freeport 

Baird, J. T Wooater. 

B-imelt, J. N Rii Milla. 

Blakemore, J. W Winebeater. 

Brann, Carl Columbus. 

Bailey, W. J Colnmbua. 

Bauer, Frank Columbus. 

Barnes, F.J Paineaville. 

Brayman, L. E .Pierpont 

Bankaon, E ...,. Dayton. 

Bradford, Lncy C - Warren. 

Baird, Rob't E. Springfield. 

Belding. E. C Ravenna. 

Beem, W. A Coliimbua. 

Berry, 8- P- McCoy Station. 



Berger, Joe,, Jr_.. 
Breckenridge, B. f 

Berg, Fred _.,. 

Beckman, F. G.... 
Bennett, LeR.8.. 

Bennedict, J.I 

Bell, J. 

Benedict, A. E 

i BeU, 0. E 

Beltord, H.P 

Beam, J. H 

BevingtoD, H. B.... 
Brenneman, J. W. 

Beck, J. W 

Beek,O.G 

Bevard, Henry .... 
Brenneman, J. R. 
Beardsley, W, P... 

Berger, E, I, 

Bevan, John 

Breese, J. M 

Breeae, A. H 

Beall, J. A , 

Bertolelt, E. E 

Beall, Alex 

Beall. W. M 

Bleckner. Wi 

Beeler, J. 1 

Beeler, 8. L , 

Beery. L. W 

Bleher, J. 0- 

Bechel, G. W 

Bent-diet, D. D.... 

Beard, J. M 

Beall, Jno 

Brede, J. H_....... 

Benner, C. C 

Beecher, E. N 

Berger, H.J_....... 

Beany, W. W 



Benton, CO 

Bentley, E, 8_... 

Beyerle, W 

Bernbe, L. N 

Bliss, C.C 

Bright, T. N. 

Biehl,L.A 

Briggs, W. H 

Brigga, E 

Biiel, E 



BriBtle,C. D 

Brigga, Prank 

Brinker, J.H 

Billhardt, A 

Biiby.J 

BliM«rd, J. P. E„ 

BliMard, S. R 

Binckley, J. W.... 
Biuckley, G. S... 

Binkerd, A. H 

Brigga, C. J 



BOCIAL nATOTICa. 



Lurr o* ToAMXnatm), we.— ObcOb ■■d. 



Ife. 
(Uvdunbk 
LondoB. 



...Bridm 
...Hint'' 



[•port. 



J 



BriKhloa, UK.. 

BrigbL. ffm 

Bnwn, J. E_..., 
Ballmnii. C. J... 
Broflka, P. W. . 
BroBKMi, ¥. E». 

Borer, J. M. 

Bfwk.G. W 

Howill*. J. A. .FUMUt Brad. 

Brown, P. A ~ H«w Lbbaa. 

Bond.B. F...... Vermilion. 

Bcmrffttl. t>. W Habtnra. 

Bott,J. II QravsTillA. 

BooMT, C A DuTion. 

Bock. A. W_ Cl«vrluid. 

Bowie, E. B -.Bndgrport. 

BoiTM. P. T T«f»do. 

Bo mrt, O WMbltixt<Mvlll«. 

Bohn,J. H_ ^ .OundvB. 

Bovd, J.9 YoBnotowD. 

Bobn. J. H. MUmtaban- 

Bowid. n. T..„ 

Bfongwa, J- ~ 

Brooha, Albwt 

Boy*r, ll4rTT WuMnfloo a R. 

B-atwlcfc. N N«wuk. 

Baw«r, it. T.. Jr „ .HrClar*. 

Brown. 4t. W. WtlnfnKloa. 

Brawn. M. 1) ............... »~...MFom«. 

Bo!wi,J C- UnMim. i 

Bot«M-. J. O Alan. 

Brown. J. J — ..SprtoiMd. 

Brnwn. C D - . — .-^....Cadii. 

BTOoklM,W. UM. 

Bnhl, Conrad ... 

Boyw, N. v.. 

Brown, wnbet Hfrmmor*. 

BrorkvrtuMi, Uko RnnbarlnuiU. 

Bonar, K. H ...N*w l.-slnirua. 

Boebmv.C. G Oermanlowti. 

Brown, tl. V „ Panldinv. 

BWkw. H.a Akron. 

Bo«wall,E... „ WaablDBMo. 

Brown. R. 8 MMdMNui. 

BtorkTlBO... -V. AlHMdrin. 

Bobn, W. R CnnbarUnd. 

Blood. J. C - - Ftnnklto, 

Brown, E. J BroOfltitML. 

Bowen, ?^ C SpriiwflnU. 

Bowvn. 0. C „ Port WDiUm. 

8owIm.P O Unnlavnin. 

Brown, A. J ._ wnHrtML 

Brown, T. V WMhtawion O. H. 

Botv'.J. W ■ ■ " ■ 

Botha, J. D..„... 

Bntdvn, Joa. 

Boeknril, A. J.. 

Blum, F, Jr 

Bnab. E.1I 



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!{^ado! 



Borinr.JHDL 

BDdtnd,R. r.Jr-. 
nuigwyiWt W. B... .... 



BraoUn 

....BbnaarUU. 



BaMaa. 

_ ..BaMna. 

— Wood'Oln. 
™.Woodt)ll«. 

Fiadlar. 

MMMta. 

..KavlUflL 



BackUiird.S Premunt 

Bninar, John, Jr Hlnmaburn. 

BDobaMA, J. B- M-«cow. 

Bnacli, U. Clanlanil. 

Bnm, Jaa....„ — .ClaTnbni). 

Bsnn, Joba- Batavia. 

Botlnr. P BnllafonlalM^ 

Buh*)'. A. D Mwlbjr. 

Brambancfa, &. » Ar&iniua. 

Bnrrta, 0. V. DaavUla. 

Buiion, H. J..-_»...»»..-JBfaiMta«n. 
ilarhitn«ii,C. £_...,..-.— ..~...IUnnar. 

Bn>li, fl. M Xortb Uwiabwf. 

Bnrwr, A— .....— ~« -Tolado. 

Bofbank, L. I ... ----- 

Bnnr*. P. A 

Bureau. T.H-... 
BarnoU, J. 0. — 

Baaob. A 

Boadt. B-.~... 

Bitni<, B. P 

Buk-Tu?- * — 

Bmll. WiB... 

Bnrton, W. H- 

Dnrn, J. W — Waat Dnkiii. 

Dorteb, A. W....„ ........OrMnwIch. 

Baneti,0. E>... Oracnwteli. 

BQraon, 8. M HaaufWt. 

Borta, O- W_ Ravaoo. 

BopH. W. H M«rti.tu. 

Bnflncton.J. P -.„._..I>riUn«e. 

BarrtaLThaa. .....SnUbBaltr. 

BnrU>n,0. P- - JtorinfilokL 

Brnek^Uljn B- ODlBnthn^ 

Baraoo. O. w WarnalMua. 

Bnrkm. J. L DBvloa. 

Byrld«r.JohB Akron, 

Bjan. n. M- Syi»»'wm. 

Brard, D. B Wa«»n. 

Brjran, K. H Imnlnn. 

BIjtha, 0»th«rtan Owcnavilla. 

BfTani,E.D Olrd»rtIK 

BiTnBl,O.W...~..».. -»...» QnAvUto. 

Bjran, John Colttmban. 

Bryaa. A SfMMwnllta. 

Byctn, BmiI LaodiMMlanT BuikiB. 

OawUv, P. f ....rajrMtOi. 

CWrtoll, F. « _ Cta««l«Bd. 

Oalno. Cbaau ^Uvnoa. 



OarilB,G. A 

C;ka«dU,H.U 

OBn«U.il.D.„.... 
CTwoBiaa, S. D_.^. 

Cak(wnn.D „. 

Oariwtl^l. J. W. 
pMirlay. A. R. .~ 

OlBjrton, E. P 

CniM, ILW__. — 

CkalmrJL 

OrMM,E.J. - 

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...W«M Hatnn. 
...... ... Itaytan. 

Pa; ton. 

„ Urain. 



614 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



LteT OF Phabmacists, ktc. — Continned. 



Chapman, 0. H Fairfield. 

Casoer, T.J Springfield. 

Carson, F. K W. Mansfield. 

Callahan, P. A Mingo. 

Cassaday, L. L Adamsville. 

Claassen, E.. Cleveland. 

Clark, F.P North Baltimore. 

Carpenter, 8. W Delhi. 

Case, F. B^ Bellefontaine. 

Chappelear, C. F Zanesville. 

Chappelear, W. R Zanesville. 

Chappelear, W. M Zanesville. 

Chappelear, B. F Zanesville. 

Case, J. H Akron. 

Clark, W. T.. Willoughby. 

Chapman, C. F Canton. 

Clark, A. 8 Beverly. 

Carter, F. M Bryan. 

Cadwell, 8. D.. Cleveland. 

Chatten, W. H Milford. 

Carlisle, F. L Newton Falls. 

Carter, G. H Delaware. 

Carothers, W Carey. 

Cameron, 8 Sunbury. 

Carmen, C. E.. Lyon. 

Champney. A. R Perrysburg. 

Clark, B. E Cortland. 

Case, F. 8 Ix)gan. 

Creamer, G. W Urbana. 

Chesney, V. R Bucyrus. 

demons, C.E Toledo. 

Cbilcote, W. H Edgerton. 

Chilcote, J. M Edgerton. 

Cline, A. M Gravsville. 

Crites, G. W CanalDover. 

Chilcote, J Edgerton. 

Cheney, F.J Toledo. 

Crites, Harvey Akron. 

Critzer, Mrs. Amelia Ai 

Cline, S. T Albany. 

Crittenden, H. W Bnrtou. 

Crist, F. W Lima. 

Christy, T. H London. 

Christy, A. H Tiffin. 

Chittenden, E. S RepuV)lic. 

Cline, W. C Wilkesville. 

Crittenden, C Geneva. 

Christy, H. C Toledo. 

Conner, J. F Cumberland. 

Conkright, A. B Richwood. 

Collins, P. 8 Washington C. H. 

Cooke, L. J Geneva. 

Collin, R. J Tontogany. 

Coleman, J. C Mineral. 

Cox, Daniel Martin's Ferry. 

Cole, H. W Peninsula. 

Corsan, G. W Holland. 

Cook, H. C ^ Columbus. 

Collins, L. D. P Newark. 

Collins, F. A Newark. 

Collins, J. W Newark. 

Collins, R. F Newark. 



Cope, W. M 

Covert, J. W 

Coffman, H. C 

Cook, J. R 

Collier, L. C 

Cooney, H 

Coleman, G. E 

Cook, A 

Coe, J. M 

Cornet, G. A 

Cornet, L. A 

Colby, W. D 

Codding, S. F 

Cook,F. M 

Cook, G. W 

Conwell, E. T 

Cokffair, C. B 

Collett, O. F 

Cook, T. H 

Conly, J. J 

Connor, J. O 

Corll, J. O 

Coblentz, C 

Crossland, J. F 

Coblentz, F. H 

Conner, B. F 

Coblentz, Virgil 

Cook, A. B 

Cornell, J. W 

Cowgill, A. B 

Coates, J. W 

Copeland, E. J 

Corn, Jasper 

Corrv, M. H 

Corry, R. F 

Corcoran, D. O 

Cook, F. C 

Collinfl, J. J 

Codiiinghara, W. A 

Coffman, J. A 

Coe,G. () 

Coolev, Samuel 

Covert, S.J 

Cook, W. M 

Conk, San ford 

Crosby, C. M 

Compton, J. F 

Cornell, C. K 

Convery, J. C 

Colwell, \V. H.. 

Colwell, J. N 

Converse, A. Z 

Coate,T. J 

Con 1 son, Fi. (t 

Cook, F. M 

Cole, P. C 

Cole, J. C 

Curtis, R. L 

Cupp, C. V 

Cunningham, J. C. 

Curry, J. N 

Cunning, O 



SOCIAL, srATurrics. 



Lmt cm PHAUUtnm, src— Uoaliniwd. 



Cnlvnr, P. L- MeCotdtMi villa. 

Oorlto, W. P. WM)sir> nh. 

CollUoc. W. W „ TViiedo. 

Cniiiil»r.G W... _.. GoJamlin^ 

CbHrdilli, a P -danUod. 

Cwwy, Jno.T._ J^onamuulb. 

CartDOB, N. F_„ _ Lyons. 

CuBPtwIl, J. 8 Clev«ka<J. 

CtXklua, A, B. CleTelM<l. 

CMtfTTM. J. WmhJtiIW. 

CbulH, 1. 0. - Xnoa. 

CImrk. 8. U. ODrllBiid. 

OaldweU,a a. lioyd^rUI.. 

CUdcjt, a W. SDllblMil. 

OvpniUr, J. U. OnwUnd. 

OwMr.i. 0.„ BktKhols. 

Oup, P. B ^...^.Oalnnibtu. 

ObuBbora, R. W.„ Ml PImmdL 

OMt«rlia«. J. P Cl«T«lud. 

OuMrliB*. Z. P PstoMTilla. 

CarcUl, HeiuT » Port JvAraoB. 

Chuk,& L. — WhMion. 

CMHdj, JolU- .aavM. 

CAniuh:k,0. L Qitwnbsrf. 

aark, E. L_ Kimbolloii. 

dull. C. A- ULSterUng. 

Cltadokk. W.H ML BUocJmtS. 

Cun|iWII,ll P... Atwrdom. 

Otn, Aaracu .~. Uvrrpnol. 

OunpbdUW. a. — .Coocnm 

Cnnvr, & P........... UubUtrl. 

Cmm. a. U — Milu. 

Ouur, B. F Sbelbv. 

Ohslflrid. r. A BliMtnrUlii. 

Cni>iofiJ.a Bl K«Uw«ilU. 

a«i)pb»ii.a. w ciuhaviik. 

Cmnwhan, W. Q.. AMhuvtlla^ 

Cuudun, Jw 8lmbMi*IIIi^ 

C«*iii,T. 8.- Kdoo. 

Ou«oii, D. D.. - PilmjrTa. 

Cnwfotd, Vr. L- OolatDbM GfOT«^ 

CMBpbriI.W.J „ UK-.. 

Crm»(uRl,J. a WooAMixk. 

DiinieU. Tbo« ToImIo. 

DsTla. A. A- MlBcnl PmnL 

DMta. U. Uiddlvport. 

D»V)d«aii, A I«iMMUr. 

DdfTUpl*. F- -^....„.»HkkaYiII». 

D»»&. S. H Olwlitu 

Dmhtnli, E. C . ^Tblnlo. 

XHn*b,J. Vf lUttiti'a rvtrj. 

P»»it,J. U „..CbUllooUi«. 

!)•»». J. E_ W. Alraaadris. 

Drach,a. U _ Otw-lMd. 

DBfy. D. J 0>k HIU. 

DkjTb. L Sm XiauiM. 

DavM. Dui«L.».„„»„„.»LM«bafB. 

Dafb, W. P -...Akrea. 

OtTii^ J. L. UbMtJ. 

DivJa, J. ir..»„.»_„ — „PumKKitA. 

DttiM, W. T UMbnif. 

Di»lwi W. I-dL 



Danltfx, ILU.. rUrliw. 

OaTU,C. W. J«a*rM.vlll*. 

Davla, Adam- Polot Plnnaat. 

Dawah. P. U — BrlUlra. 

n«vU,J. D _ KmU. 

IlaTla. DavkL. KdlervUla. 

Drakfi. H. T BnckiDuKan. 

D»ilev.A. C Alt^oy. 

I.>iTlM>a, Mooroe Wmi Keciaa. 

Datui, D. P ......E<lipl>w|. 

D«Tia,T.U - 1r..cit<«. 

Ur»ck«U, P. W~„ „.„...acv«lriML 

Uavia, B. P_.„ ^..taou-gtuf. 

Da*U, F. a.,.„ ...Thvptcaoo* City. 

D«Tidmn,J. A.. .;...., Unautm. 

Danich, A. C - I.tmm. 

Divla, C. K.. Il«rT«>*Un. 

DutB, A.T- „.. CUii-iiiiiatL 

DvdUDW, W. B .-MdlrflfU. 

Drahar, t..-. Oavtlaad. 

Dnbn, Alt- „...CkirrluML 

Dmt, A. M. Oi»l»iiiua. 

Dtmlii, HMwy. OortniutL 

UcDnuti, W. U... W»-l Ubltf. 

Urw. S. T_ ....Nimiiuf>r«il«, 

D«fDMt7,J. A.. Dntla CttiM |{oaila. 

DmiliT, H. Su „. t{r|.<iblMi. 

U*rM.k<ii]a, D. If ..Kf^ti. jtflvia. 

[JriiiK. J.M. Colamhaa. 

Divmii, W.CL. >3riilK»t>cwt. 

IivuiuuD, ioha... _ Cin<-tnii*tL 

LMitiiBiLD. D. M «.„..«.. Otix-iiuwti. 

Dmi^;. JohB..~......~ Ml VKnioo. 

■ >aai>, W.l>.. ... KvdKhl 

Defincfa J. W Otrveiud. 

UaaliT. JiAb, Jr.„ Ml VrrnoB. 

DMter, W. B Bartkoihun. 

UeRltoMla, W. H _ FrBBkUn Sioart. 

I^tiulon, !_»... ...-.^...Uartoa. 

111. 0«. .....„.„ . FlqM. 

l>eirhoB,a. W. _ E. livrriiioL 

I>*Har^J_....~...„.........»._ (.'•k&TOjr. 

I)*t*r. Ed _.„FM»r(ikiu«a. 

l»roB», J. F.._._..« ....CIrtrlasd. 

DKkoJ-.aj^-. -..- biBMl 

Itabmcl, L _..»..._.. Clddtiiudi. 

IV«^y,J. J_„ ...-Chtvalaad. 

I»eTlu, M. A ^ , — CI«TriaiML 

L^BI, J. 0~.~. BridnpMt. 

tViMrbla^. D... -.ObllHaKha. 

i>«l|.biy7K V Tolate 

DwoMin, D. A..- ...C1«T*iaaA 

Dick. CbM - HaMdoaky. 

Liiekana. E. <^b*I Do«w, 

Dk-k. W. L - Ml. fHMllBB. 

DlH.'nBati.a M >IUdtra*l2. 

DlckFnoa.0. t - MallB. 

DieU,J. 0— . _- .- — DayUa. 

Ditto*. L. L JtoiBMB*. 

PkH*l. BuiT. CbtciuMi. 

OMiMert, J. A Gcvvtand. 

Don, W. H. -*. MaiylL 



p 



KEPOET 07 THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



List of PHARHAcmv, nc.— Cod tinned. 



Ponce, C. W Caledonia. 

Doak, A. 8 Winchpater. 

Doll, A- Davton. 

Downing, A. J EolUnebarR. 

Dorfmeier, J. H Dayion. 

Doeller.Q.. Hamilton. 

DondB, A. H. Canton. 

Downar, J, H CambridBe. 

DoQKhty.J. B Nelson ville. 

Donnelb^, F. H Wooster. 

Doran, L. S Rushsylvania. 

DonglBBS, 0. F Kalida. 

Doyle, SamneL Winchester. 

Doagber^, L. E Oreentown. 

Donley, iT, New StraiUviUe. 

DougIiwB,W Kiptcn. 

DoughertT, J. E Greentown. 

Doda,G. W_ Dell Roy. 

Dover, R. F_ Dayion. 

Danlap, G. G_ Unionport. 

Duniap, W. B Unionport. 

Dnffield, W. H Jefferson. 

Dunn, F. H Bainbridge. 

Duuiiam, Lydia E Mt. Washington. 

Dunham, W.E Mt. WaHhington. 

Dunn, J. V Rendville. 

Dugun, A. W Newtonaville. 

Duiuble.KW Mt Gilesd. 

Dapter, Tboe. Moxahala. 

Dngan, W. Antrim. 

Dmmm.S Geneva, 

Duncan, A. H Eamler. 

Duston, 0. H Cleveland. 

Dnrstine, F. H Cleveland. 

Dye, W. H Bamsonville. 

Eakin, T. Colnmboa Grove. 

Edwarde, E. B Columhua. 

Evana, 1. W Delphoe. 

Evans, J. 8 Hamilton. 

Evans, J. P„ Bradner. 

Evans, H. W Delphoa. 

EvaoB, George Dublin. 

EvHn^ E. H. Cleveland. 

Evans, B.M Palmyra. 

England, W. L Jewett. 

Eady, H. J„ Etyria. 

Bdwaniii, J. W Tironto. 

£aton, H Barneaville. 

Evans, 8. B„ Circleville. 

Evans, M, H Hechanicaburg. 

Em ana el, Emma C Antwerp. 

Emannel, H. W„ Cecil. 

Earhsrt, iM. W Franklin. 

Earhart, O Franklin. 

Evana, Q. B Ciccinnati. 

Ehni, R. F Toledo. 

Earhart, A. Mt. Grab. 

Evans, Owen Dayton. 

Evans, L. „Dayton. 

Ewalt, J. H- Warren 

Espacb, J. O _ CiiiciDnati. 

Eaton, Matae Toledo. 



Eppelin, C -.. 

Elflein, W. F 

Emery, G. i 

Esbelman, L. J 

Ernst, Daniel 

Engleby, F. E 

Eggleston, J. V 

Elber.P.C 

Eagan, J. F , 

Estep, J. H 

Eiwell, W. H. 

Elwell.T.L 

Eveland, G. H 

Elder,.!. J 

Esch.C. A 

Emley, E.C 

Emricb, J. H 

Eldrict, J. D 

Emrick, D. L- 

Ewing, G. A 

Ewing, W. B. G 

Ellison,'.' _.., 

Ellis. Jaa 

Ensign, E 

Enaign, C. A 

Eisenhour, C. h~ .. 

Erwin.J. J 

Eisenhour, W. A... 

Ewing, Jno 

Estill, J. A 

Eddmon, A 

Elaworlh, C. 8 

El wood, 

Edson,E. J 

Eddowea, T. H , 

Enbank, Tbos 

Eymann, H. C 

Ely, 3.8 

Eisenbacb, H. P... 

Eyman, L. E 

Eapj;, J. A , 

Plavien, Wm 

FraEsr. O. F 

Franeia, W. J 

Francis, H. F- , 

Franke, L. K 

Franke, Auft 

Fannon, S. J 

Flandermeyer, H. 
Flandermeyer, H. 
Farquhar, John .. 
Farqubar, Wm -.. 

Faaley, 0. B„ 

Frangteiser, J. F. 

Francisco, C 

Fanlkner, L. W_.. 

Fraior, G. M 

Fasig, A. M 

Fasig. C. 8 

Franklin, J. H 

Farquhar, G. 8_... 
Fella, J. B_ 



SOCIAL STATDTtOS. 



Lnr or PaABiACun, btc— OoaUDOcd. 



Fleming, A. H ^.E. Utnirpool. 

Fl»ck, J. J .-. ....^—.^.—.-Tlfflii- 

VrBv. J. W >FlBdl«y. 

Fwy.R D PtadUy. 

FiJt, r. D «...-.. WtlUnglon. 

"■" ' "r, J. P ..~ BlchlTiKMj. 

L&M...- „...Hi»niB)»irK 

K .„.•• BnrKfaili. 

r, 3. .™.™ ehiloh. 

LMr, J. B _nirt CUnluu. 

FMdlaad, J.F „...^._..._...^-CMlinn. 

Prauob. L. B...«..«. ».« AI^iii 

Fad«n[ual,F »»8Ltbr>-i. 

FnnMti, C. U ~. .BowiM. 

rnvama, 0. B.... „....ODlaBi)<ii*. 

Fm, F.H _ „.B*lbel. 

Trtdva.hvrm, W. H — „.OnnToy. 

FUmisK, E.O..— ..— — XvnU. 

FraMuan, W. W Oohunliua. 

Fanimor*. J. B ^ Tttm llaot*. 

F»H,8. B ™ .CIeTi..knJ. 

Fkiuio, C. F ~ ~ .ClHvrluiii. 

Fell, Jm »0«v*lMkJ. 

FenDcberg, BbmUs- ...Tolnlo. 

Finnvv. G. W _ Dmnbon. 

Fkkknli.G.H Clrcli-*UI#. 

Flnlry. L B „ £. litcnuol. 

FUuliH, E. A. .._... _Cl«i*«htia. 

FrlWch.Ch*i A. M-r*-«. 

Finney, D. J ^....» »NiW 

Flafrork. U. B ..~ Htuufl. Id. 

Field. J. W „..K<fn*ille. 

FUlw. IwmI „.-C.lmi«. 

Flaber, Jobo Porb-ar'Utb, 

rikber, J. V. UoTri.lairB. 

PU»p«ifick. 8. J FMr»a*»iU». 

Finch. Loey E ™-Wia Di.iiy, 

Fife, W.J „ll«lioM. 

Fiihvr, R. H. ~ „.._.. .„..Tki:M]o. 

FUh«r. M. A Hkmtobunt. 

Friacber, Ju FtMmU. 

FrtMlk J. 8 „ OaTtoB. 

Plaoay-E-T BiWol. 

Ptold, W.O OInrluMl. 

FlnrJ), a. W WmI lenity. 

Ftaher. Arilmr MiMtllun. 

FUcUMrrr, U. W „ Mtwodat* 

Ftom^P. H LeUaon. 

PoUun^O Oenland. 

Fl«>y<l, J. T ^ _ Hniil«Tin«. 

Pard,E. L -UbldlBfldd. 

Ford Wro ^ ....Wakamao. 

Flood, W. n CUralMd. 

PiDal, A. H ..HvrUoo. 

FoIlK, H.J .- _ -UoBtpaUw. 

PaT»,W.B... ....lAuioi. 

Puaiar. A.X .BwabMrill*. 

Fc^a^O.T — - .^AIHmc* 

PoImb, 0. B TooMtewtt. 

FortatT. B ...». ^...OfmlL 

FobM.B.-. Badford. 

Foiajr, J. B BlMbaavIU*. 



FoTd.O«r Colllat. 

FoaMtT. A. M «. HtMbeavillA. 

Foaiet, 8. B _ HoiHBrilU. 

Fuatauioi), 0. W Ubarty Ceotar. 

Fonrjii)DD,Q. V Ubvty Cralar. 

Fonu, A. L -Ubrld»n)ll«. 

Fjtr.kiw, J. W „.. Curalai. 

Fi.vdrgoc P. P .Olesvlll*. 

Ki>)>cw. 8. L- -^.-^ Oenan. 

Furmsn, Dull BnuUord. 

Foruiui, H. L ^....Bndloid- 

ForK^y, A. V. -..^...... BlMf^d*. 

Fnirvat, J. T ^..CtonUtML 

FoUnd. D. J. WltolBjfloo. 

Puikrt..e. H. 8 ...HiriiSura. 

Fnllcr. O. W „ N«iiHrk. 

Ftilltrraoo, G. W Kawtan. 

Kudk, H. H - Batarly. 

FuoUluK, Uaaiai... Wapakonata. 

FullMD, U. D .~.~ - HMcrnia. 

Fallon, O ..».....»...» Bucirtw. 

Fula, OKo OiBriBMil. 

Frkdrich, J. P TnlMlo. 

PbIUw, [bibt_.~ ^ -Fnnkfort 

PaliDD, Wb PnukfoiL 

FoltoD. Thc« --...Pnoklon. 

ParnvT, U. - Kanuifl. 

Fuok. M. P -Ko»rrii.»iL 

FolWrtoa. W, O -OdUp^ 

Gara'ooil, D. H WtM Ubam. 

0>ilay.Juhii Clyda. 

Galbmth. J. W - HiniiiatHWt. 

GaS, W. S „ iramllloa. 

U ^Icer, A. J ....^...— ..-Onnd Ripida. 

GaMa, J. L .. Wm) )U<hb. 

Oarinar, J. M -..^ OLm-IIm 



Gaylord. B. ... 



,..- . .CleveUnd. 
»...„ — noroB. 



Grtrf, FmI J 

Gurrnlt. J. W,„„__ 

Galkrway, Geo. -^..-^ — Xrolt, 

Grahaai.C V Zui«iilh. 

flrahaw, W- A K»r..lii*ky. 

GaUiwoo.1, W. E tox-kport. 

GnTc«,P.A Uanlnrd 

Gii<A*nb«iat*r, L. P - ..Van Wart. 

GatM, Anlus —~..~ Tolmlo 

Ganlt, W. P .... Wwlttrilto 

Gana, W. C TwiiffviJ-VB' 

Gtttbam. W.H »■...■. ZaiiMvUU' 

Galtraa, W. B Mririvtta' 

GraMT. 0. D Sa»aHr" 

UalM, Jos ...-....„ ..Ti>1m1o' 

Onli«n,A..Jr ... CHun 

GaUa.1) W<W Sains' 

Utfriui, O. ■.„...._ ... Ibvbralv' 

OTBhafB,J. W _—._... .. Pririvrt 

Ganll, T. P~-..-^ N«« Ciocofd 

Onhim, a. A ~ L»baMM 

QannrA,F.A Bprimtldd 

OamrTP. A „. a&ariNii^ 



518 



RKPOBT OF 8SCRKTABT OF 8TATK. 



Lnr tnw PHAKMACnrrB, nc — GontinaedL 



Gfnandt, W C^nanum^ 

Gsjer, J. D ^hefBeld. 

Gv^ood, 8 Mfllord Centre. 

QfnhMxn, Miller ATondale. 

Olaser, E. F Norwalk. 

GmvcSjG. W .Toledo. 

Gegelein^ F. L deTeland. 

GerBtacker, M GleYeUnd. 

Getelins, T. F ThomTille. 

Gh^en, Urse'. Mt. Vernon. 

Green, H. W Mt Vernon. 

Green, W. B London. 

Glenn, W. W ..BloomingfonriK. 

Green, J. T Mechanicstown. 

C^rether, Jno ..Akron. 

Gearheardt, T. J Tippecanoe. 

Grreen, Hennr Mt Blanchard. 

George, A. H - Cleveland. 

Greenamjer, E .Eaat Palestine. 

Greene, H. E Portsmonth. 

Gentacb, D. C ..New Philadelphia. 

Geyer, J. L Norwich. 

G^eet, A. P Cincinnati. 

G^reiner, C. F Lnckj. 

Gtehrang, J. M Cleveland. 

Glenn, A. H Sardinia. 

Getman, J. B ..Plymouth. 

George, R. H - Cleveland. 

Green, K E New Paris. 

Gleine, J. C .....'...Cleveland. 

Gee, F. E Ashtabula. 

George, E Van Bureo. 

Geiger, J. C ..Canton. 

Griffith, A ..Millersport. 

Griffith, G. W .Millersport. 

Gill'^spie, J. M Bloomingburg. 

Grand-Girard, G. F Circleville. 

GlinoH, G. W Cleveland. 

Gilmore, C. M Cleveland. 

G088, A. H ..Edinburgh. 

Gosh, A. L Edinburgh. 

Gosh, N. K Edinburgh. 

Giv('n, J. M Chandlersville. 

Gilbert, Daniel Van Lue. 

Gilbert, H. A Lockland. 

Giffen, Peter Powhattan Point. 

Gibson, F. W Araesville. 

Grimes, G. (f Bairdstown. 

Qrimes, H. M.. O.-itrander. 

Gill, Geo South Bloomington. 

Gillard, W. H Oxford. 

Griswold, E. W Cleveland. 

Gliddon, T. J Prospect. 

Gilmore, J. H New Richmond. 

Gill, 0. W West Liberty. 

Gibbons, E Painesville. 

Gilbert, A. W .. Lima. 

Githens, E. W Bellaire. 

GroBHe, W. F Cleveland. 

Grove, F. P Mansfield. 

Qrovenland, O Cincinnati. 

GroBsklaus, J. F Navarre. 



I Godfrey, C.P- 

Goldbach, John ... 
Goodbread, J. N ... 
Goodbread, W. F... 

Gordon, J. J 

Goheen, C. M 

Good, J. F 

GonM, D. T 

Gordon, T. V 

Good, J. C 

Groesman, W. A .. 

Goodman, C A 

Gnthrie, D. S 

Guthrie, D. P., Jr . 

Gmnd, H. C- 

Guthrie, J. H 

Guthrie, J. W 

Grubbe, A. L , 

Gatheil, Aug- 

Gysel, R 

Hale, W. F.. 

Hanes, J. H « 

Harb, G. W 

Hall, J. M 

Hall, L W.. 

Havward, J. L 

Halboth, J. A 

Hammer, O. S 

Hauenstein, A 

Hansmann, W 

Hamilton, M. N-.. 

Haven. W. H.. 

Hair, F. G 

Harmon, M. M .... 

Hawkins, M. 8 

Hanck, Theo.. 

Haynes, J. F 

Hamilton, W. M .. 
Hardy, W. A., Sr.. 
Hartmann, A. H.. 

Harrod, T. N 

Hauser J. C 

Hamlin, G. E 

Hamlin, R. V. 

Hartinj^er, \V. M 

Hauss, Jno 

Hart, W.T 

Hammer, W. P ... 
Hackedorn, N. P. 
Hackedorn, M. L 

Hawley, A. K 

Harmon, J. F 

Harbaii;ih, L 

Harter, Martin .. 

Harpster, D 

Harley, J. P 

Hayden, Mary E 

Harris, EC 

Harnier, L. J 

Hank, T. B 

Hannah, W. H .. 
Harshborgcr, A. 



mctAL iTATlinot. 



l4VT or PKABtAcun; nc— Oaotioaad. 



I 
I 



H«wWni, M. J - Bnins«l(*. 

Hftnck, A. U ^. OtUwa. 

Hardy. W. A, Jr UUim. 

Uati^MNl, AdelllM Wwraa. 

Hapgood, Wm »....._..... Wurea. 

Uiirpil*r, W. R Q«ao«. 

Huk, D.J .toUsaU. 

HKyea,0. 1' ..„._. _».lUrMUa. 

HftOMt, Hanha.„.„ ..-...- W(il*y. 

Hamvl, Haory - ^ ^....^. .Genoa. 

Hmlxlit, A. t* Rmbmm UkinirnL 

Rkirthora, D. M. .....Cambri-lffe. 

HMfcO. D_ ClrveUiid. 

nKrner. G. K. LBBloni*. 

Barnwl. J- A- CwUnills. 

UuUt, H. O .aol«i«. 

lUotr, A - Plata Ciiy. 

lUm, A. T. HwrvyaburB. 

IiaK»man, t). A- Danklrk. 

nuiiil, Juon CI<uk«viU«. 

Hkrria. R. D BaaklniibiiiB. 

H«Ie. P. P fclle-riw. 

H*rd]r, A. 8 ITiilutKtlle. 

HaUon. E. W Kumvill*. 

llBU(m.C. F SumirilW. 

Hall, R.C- L««wl>Di>rr. 

Uahu*. J. A [>«M'>n 

IIale|, Harvey Furt HnM>xrr> 

namiiytoti, F i 

Ban. Abnni It I: 

HamanD. J. U -..A*J> 

Hi.iiiUto«i.T.T-..„ V, 

Ha««. O. M 

Harky. J P ^..ah 

II»r^C3tnB- „ ., (. - 

Haniuouil, A „^.S*m " 

nuhhoa. W. F M , 

Baflow. W. A WmIiIimi.)(i '■'.'. 

HarUr. L. A - Clrv.Ln:, I 

nfllI.J. F_ W«vl.fi : 1 

Hall. M.S. .a.rv.: ,1 

Hall. W. J - Old. , 

Haiton. E. M JUr ■ 

H«ual«r, C. J 1 

U«a(i«T, Wm ^„. „_..„„....! 

HondcnoD, C. B „ .„., v 

HfliUinaB. A „.»«... 1 

Heitnua, Hra. IL O ». I 

HviMcr, a W U..' 

Rcffli^, Jaa. „.CaMl Wlti. t 

Heffnttniaa, W. M Clov. i.i . 

H'cbiM.ai. .a«t *■:...! 

lIfar<NiB, B.T -. U;. . 

H«alb. F. M - White H u- 

Ranrr.J- K ..- Ur..-.- ■ 

BalWr.Out- - - Jmh i 

Henry, W. A K»w \ 

ndtouui, E. W P«Dil' 

Il«lb>r, d. K V. 

UebMUhal, U W — lion uk- 



H>lkriL.6 



n«ath. Jen** - ^ Ewt Ubetty. 

Hii(T{B|,Win SLJahn. 

Hrary, A.G..- Sixth BallimaK. 

HttttlT.i. S „ „ ToMq. 

H«alfa,T.P CnyabMB Falla. 

HMUb.F.T. CtmlK«a Fall.. 

UmUi, r S ^...^....Cayabnn FalU. 

Ueding.D...„ iSilwur* 

Htirbrt, P. W —.— .Colaiutina, 

H»bkk, C. W _ K««ark. 

H rndoM, P ^ronfclyD. 

ll«liiilc)[, & OMiaaPcial P.)tnL 

Uil(l.>i-o]l, a W^..~-.»~0*nuuili>«B. 

HitdUtf. A -_ ...Oaytua. 

H1jm«,P.J.« .„.V(M»Wrr(, 

UlavM, J. A-— .»»»» »»Vaii W»rt. 

Hill, J. L Wawlj. 

llin-ta. J. W »laH..i- 

Ilill. O. E - Blcbw»«l. 

Hli.plf.. J. H _ — Aa4oi>w. 

Hil!<«, Q. E - .BanaMrllle. 

UU;. Waltar - _.-„..-UIiliUMMinL 

Hi. kroan. W. Naboarille. 

Hill. I. E - „..aui««aillW. 

HiUn-U), S.Q -.-.OticTiM P. O. 

Hill. F.P Van W^rL 

n.irl-., W.O .- „-..._CuulTill«. 

][,> \I ri._.„„.„ Eaat UTrn>-.J 

CO P^mwriiU. 

O. R „™— ™...„Pi»la««lll«. 

H. SI Aabubiiia. 

:.> .._.„ „ UhHchatUIi-. 

<i .„ .™ „....(»ak».«>d. 

i. A _. — Ordomlra^ 

h J«. B — TolfJo. 

: U. C Ituiioint. 

. l.a....„ _ Prtwporl 

; I L K^r, J. D . ^AktitO. 

H. -t. ii,.f. & A-.™ .^..ItaUaa. 

n v. -u-T L.J , DallM. 

M .1. K.0....».....~-....« DavtML 

\. T.._ _-.... .....iavuboni. 

''II. F.~ ~.Xeftli Iji«tabar|. 

■•v, B._ — Dayum. 

' I. W GarraUaHllai. 

.. 1I.V.~ -„...„. CulamboB. 

i U ..... — . JLCIalrwrfll*. 

■ F ■..■■.„,.-*»..-...,-n I lfcrlmflT>. 

', W . LyndiliarE. 

I iLT PioMar. 

M . . . f , Jao .-_... .... -....Oww Chy. 

1 [ < III I III. iau—....^— ..».._... DraaJan. 

li ...,11. W. U ChilliuuUi*. 

H ' 1.-^ r. K...„ „ Talwlo. 

t . i HE — Ff»d«Jck»..wik. 

I E.P tt«aa 

!'--.„ -~ — N«« OaotanMovn. 

W. W _ ^...HUMrra. 

. M Miwir»». 

ttiufhiiMt, J. W ^ WvlUbiiitMi. 

H'laack. C ...-.,_ — P/wIwi<iu>»o. 



I 



BEPOST OF BKCBETABY OF BTAT] 

Liar OP Pharmacists, etc. — Continued. 



Horst, J. H ~ Cleveland. 

Hohly.Chaa „ Toledo. 

Hollenbeck, M. W Cincinnati. 

Hoffman, J. L New Bremen. 

Holmes. R, E Lpeeburg. 

Hfjover, R. C.,8r 0,born. 

Hosier, O. R Bhancka P. O. 

Hoberinan, H. C Marion. 

Hovey, A D - Chnrdon. 

Hobenaack, J. D Martin's Ferry. 

Holden, C. E Minprsl Cily. 

Holla, J. M , Fairview. 

Holman, J. H Sciotoville. 

HomeE, W. W „ Afhli-y. 

Hollis, P. H _ Mansfield. 

Hclaon. J.I E»Bt Liverpool. 

Hopp, Lewis C Cleveland. 

Hoover, Z.T Diiyton, 

Hoskins, E - Prompect. 

Hoover, Jaa Wincherler. 

Hoffman, O. L Cotumbua. 

Hooker, Mrs. R. J Roacoe. 

Howell, LB McCorab. 

Huy. Lewia Warren. 

Hige, W. B Cambridge. 

Hillister, D. W Wauseon. 

Hoyt, H. H North Fdrfleld. 

HortOD, C. - Enst TrnmbuU. 

Hnehn, Jno Clevt^lnnd. 

Honnei-ker, A Clevelimd. 

Honnecker, J Clevejand- 

Huls, D. W MillvJlie. 

Hull, R. W Rcndvilie. 

Bnaton T. B Toledo. 

Hunt, H. B Cnreyeville. 

HuRhey, B Frankfort. 

Huber, J. M Findlay. 

Hord, F. H Athens. 

Hugg, P Middleport 

HutI, Peru - Wnverly. 

Humphrey, 0. F Columbns. 

Huaton, Cbas CoiumbuB. 

Humphrey, W. H YBllowSprinpa. 

HuHton, J. College Cornera. 

Hubbard, E.B Tiffin. 

Hull, W. H New Leiinirton. 

Huffman, J. F Bradner. 

Hiigpin», T. A Chesterville. 

Hurd, F, 8 Aurora. 

Hubbell, C. L _ MonrlovE. 

Uussey, J. M >'ew Vienna. 

Humphrey, D.J Napoleon. 

HntchiaoQ, J, C CAmbridjie. 

Huey, W. P Yellow Bud. 

Hulee, A CeDt«>rbi)r(i:. 

Holbtrt, E. A _ Zileaki. 

Hutchiaon. A.J Cambridge. 

Hughes, W. K Berlin Center. 

Hnffraan, M Bellaire. 

Hull. W. T Miileraburg. 

Hull, H. M Cleveland. 

Hummel, H. I Baltimore. 



Hunsiager, H 

Hiissmnn, M 

Huber, H 

Huber, 8 

Hunter, F. C 

HyerB, W. H 

Hyde, J- M 

Inmsn.C.T 

lomaD, 8. C 

Isaacs, B. 8 _ 

Ingulls. M.W 

Ingersoll, C. H 

Iseman, John. 

Ikirt, J.J 

Ink, C.E 

Ink, H. H 

Ikirf, G. P 

Ink, L W 

Irwin, C.L 

Irwin, G.H 

Jnnvier, W. A 

Jaimey, J. E 

Jaeobsi.O 

Jnckaon.G. W 

JackB, L. W 

J..ckniHn. W. 8 

Jewett, W, A 

Jenner, A. B 

Jewell, M. T 

Jervis, B. F 

Jeffrey, D. G 

Jeffrey, F. M 

Jenkins, D. T , 

Jones, A. S 

Jonee, H. E 

Johnson, 6ej 

Jones, T. W.,Jr.... 

Tones, Jos 

Jones, D.ivid 

Joyuer. W. T 

Johnson. C. 8 

Jones. W. D 

Johns'in, J. L 

Johnson, Thos...... 

Johnson, C. B 

Jones, J. H 

Jones, M. B 

Jones, T. A 

Jonee, Uaii-h 

Johnsion, F. T 

Johnston, R.T 

Johnson, J, R 

Job naon, Eugene ... 

Johnston, R. L 

Johnson, J. M 

Jones, W. J 

Jones, W. A 

Johnston, 8, T . ... 

Johnson, T. M 

Jofanaon, C. 8 

JohnsoD, E. 8 

Johaaton, J, T 



•OOIAL niTmicL 



Lib* o- ^MiWAOwn, rc— OostiiiBAd. 






Jonei, D L 
Johiu,W A 

Jahnaon, J A 
Johiuon, Jna 

JOHM, W J 

JohnMD A E 
Jnmp, J, 8 
Ju<lKiiu.T C 
Ju<lM,C R 
Jiutic*, T P 
JnatiM.Jcw 
Judlrina^J T 
Justine, C R 
Klabr.J A 
Kntulcr.C M 
KaiMiJeD, N E 
KajMir, Wm 
Kauffman D S 
K*1I«,U W 
Krana, Frad 
Kalfv.M I 
Ka«(«T. J 
Kappar, Muun 
Karb. U. J 
Knapp, O I. £ 
Knipf,J W 
Knpa.J F 
KaQtalabrn H 
Knapp, Ura. Dolia A 
Koapp, J no 
Kramvr. K U 
KnufHiiaan <i«o B 
Keller, C tiM 
Kelcb, J R 
K»nn«<lv Vntacis 
Kleto. O 
Kelw, B. H- . 
Kovea, B C 
KeilM, W W 
K«1W. U 
Kell.-y.r F 
Kr«t>a, Hennan 
K*lly. W T 
KeotMHlir 'v t 
Kenaedjr C T 
Ei>t». Chaa 
KsMkad C A . 
KMraa, F M 
KMlaa*«r H 
KetiDMly C W 
Kur. U. h 
Kaokl*, D C 
Kdp««, I^UM 
Knp«r, Frant 
KaraiM,0 B ,. 

Keraa,J L 

KauB,0 W 
Kerr, d D „ 
Kl«lit. Dttrid 
KeiSlar, Om 
Km. r. F 



Portamaatli. 

N»w ComeMovB. 

Anlrim. 

B|in»gbofo. 

Samba rills. 

^blt«raa•. 

Baialiridf*^ 

Brvlnport. 
CiaJnnMl. 

Oitava. 

WMvloBeM. 

Poland. 

BlwHD rUl*. 

\niin|atown. 

Clvvaland. 

.Wapakoaeta. 

Payw. 

UaTton, 

Ctnrtimari. 

Fiodicr. 

ClndimatL 
. _ Canton. 
Colamboa. 
AalitaboU. 
Oaxter dltr. 
DeziM- 1^17. 
Ikavtoo. 

fan. 

Clar»)MKl. 

ni.kcr]|i(tim. 

Oolnmbaa. 

Raa<Uii|. 

l^rilOB. 

Bryan. 

HaduonrUto. 

XMda. 

tewtnurill*. 

-Ountra. 

Dtjtn. 

CalacliMDU. 

Otvaland. 



Kiantoa. 
Felld^. 
F«liieil]>. 

OI«volaBd. 



-baaTwtown. 



Pavtoa. 
Clertlaad. 
CloTtUnd. 

LtuttMy. 

Upper Hantlnakj. 

IjaUipolta. 

MadMuvtUat 



KnihbM, A. J..... 

Kraba, K. J 

K«UiK>a, W. H.... 
Kearser, J. A~.~ 

Kendall. J 

Koapwa, U. A — 

KTwaar, J. A 

KeUca,H.B — 



WUWM 



-BMnimiik. 



^.Ciaruoi. 

^.RocbwUr. 



Ktpn, Oonn 

Kl JlMM. i 

iuumCki 



Eanp. D.a ». 

Kiac, a F 

KIp«, Vm 

KmW. D.6 Kavloa Van*. 

KiilUr, AbUa B ...Kawton Fall*. 

KinebiMr, J. O TolUo. 

Kl(aohiMr,J.N -tlolado. 

KiikjPBlrli^ J. A Ftaritlaf. 

Klnftlo C^ilnmS. '. 

KriBMBal. J. L._. ~ " ~ 

KinhlMafer, P. P..^ 

Kiaf,H. V. B 

KlBMT.J.H 

Kiaaajr.K.M ff 

"•--.Ooarad . , 

•f. J. W- wm HalM. 

B. L BrkliilvflK 

Kirk|M«rid^ W. P, OtlN. 

KUBa.F.H.,. - ■ 

KiiMay.iea 
Kna.OttaC — 

EiKbnulcr, W 

Kltehmaiar, H. O . 

CiagliaHi, J . ». 

Klndtaaiar, O. A .. 
Klanale^ Frank ~.^. 
Kaovlaa, P. W 

Kolh, AMpb- 





BEPOBT OF 8ECBETABY OF BTATB. 




Liar or PHABMAoms, i 

Lefferty, J. H- Deshler. 

Laner, J. D_ Conover. 

Lace, J. H Cleveland. 

LatiD, Geo DajtoD. 

Laver, O. M Hanefield. 

Laver, P. J. Jr Mansfield. 

Laffer, J. M Akron. 

Lbwsod, D. J- Warsaw. 

Lawaon, David Warsaw. 

Latimer, E.G- Billiard. 

Latimer, L U^ Brilliant. 

Lake, J. H- Van Wert. 

Laaghlin, R MillporU 

Lone, A.L Honroeville. 

Latimer, V. D- Rock Creek. 

Latimer, O.B Rock Creek. 

Lsnge, F. E- Sandneky. 

Lawyer, L Milford. 

Lamb, J. W Uilied^ville. 

Lautenschiag^r, G. G Cincinnati. 

Law, H. B DeerBville. 

Lake, V. W- Eaton. 

Lone, E. B Cleveland. 

Lone, E. B Cleveland. 

Layceck 3. A Sardinia. 

Lewis, A. C BucyruB. 

Lehr, Phil Cleveland. 

Lewis. E. N DefiuiL-e. 

Lewie, A. L Hamden. 

Lee, K B Garrettsville. 

Le Fever, H. I Eldorado. 

Lenli.C. F Canal Winchester. 

Lewis, B. G Girard. 

Ledman, 0. 8^ Ccdnmbns. 

Lerch, Jared Amanda. 

Lebold, J. F Attica. 

Lebold, C. H- Attica. 

Leslie, L. M Glaridon. 

Lee, E. 8„ Uoshocton. 

Lee, 8. H Coehocton. 

Le Qaesne, A. A, E- Cleveland. 

Le Qaesne, E. J. N Cleveland. 

Lefamkuhl, J. B. Hamilton. 

Leman, M Cincinnati. 

Leonard, A. W Kinsman. 

Legg, G. W_ Latbam. 

Leick, R. H Cleveland. 

Lewis, E, D- Jackson. 

LeiitTsa Napoleon. 

Leiit, J. L Napoleon. 

Lee, N. PninesvJIle. 

Lee, A. A Fainesville. 

Lewis. 8. C_ Salem. 

Leas, Wm WestSonora. 

Ijeslie, B. F- Convoy. 

Lee, W. G Painesville. 

Littler. J. W North Robinson. 

Lindsey, E. H MansBeld. 

Lindser, E. D., Jr Mansfield. 

Lisle, J. D„ Springfield. 

Lippert, O. H. G .Loveland. 

Littfill, G. W : Creaton. 



—Continued. 

Lincoln, J. 0-...™ 

Lickes, R. P , 

Linville, A. H-.... 

Lindsley, D. 

Linden, A. F 

Lingun, J. B_ 

Light. G. A, 

Little, J.M 

Lizhtstone, W. A. 

Linden, W. E 

Lowry, A. J_.i — 
Longbrake, D. W 

Lloyd, N. A 

Lohmann, 0. F... 
Longabore^S. D... 
Loutzenbeiser, J. 

Logan, J. M 

Loomis, N. P , 

Love, J. C 

Lockard, Jolut_... 

Long, W. A , 

Lotze, L. L 

Loixe, Geo 

Lowry, O. F 

Love, J. H 

Lorey, C. N 

Love, W. E 

Long. W.L 

Lloyd, Chas 

Luckey, G. W... 
Ladlow, Chus ... 

Luther, S. H 

Ladlam, L, D...., 
Lukens. A. B ..... 
Luke, J. G 

LUCBB, J. H. ...... 

Luebkert, H 

Lynn. G. A 

Lynde,J.P 

Lytle, J.'B , 

Lyons, Geo 

Lynn, T.J 

Lytle, T.M 

Lyle. Y. W 

Lynn, G. F 

Lynn, E. L 

Lyon.L 

Marqiiardt. J. F 
McLain, J. H ... 

McCall, A. F 

Mttddox, G.E... 
Mahaffey, J. W 
Mayne, W. F... 
Mason, W. P.... 
McCaeeraSiG. I 
Mflflon, G. W ... 

Martin, C. B 

Mason, J. L 

Marshall, H.B,. 
Maslers, C. W., 
May, Daniel.... 
Marfcley, Lee .. 



•OCIAL nATDTICt. 



I 



I 



Ml-CIriii. M. U QbUdo. 

McNauKhlon, U. W OotbochA. 

HcOIhIu. Hagl) Lotart. 

Mktlilox, Win „ BipUqr. 

Haddox, W. E — Rlplaj. 

HcCarlar. E. K Culom^tu. 

HariiaU. J. 8 N#w Lteban. 

McCurtj. a. C ZMMrilta. 

Hanin. Ales ....RuibaL 

McAarill*, H- W .Ttdj. 

Mav, J, » KiDKBloo. 

McOarrwti, T. 6 GTWDflvld. 

Huon. C. C Colombo*. 

UcUiiBt«r. Wm Bdlidra. 

Martin. J. BwynoltUbaif. 

UcDiiQipJ, A _ AotWBTp. 

Kanhall, H. H....„.— Kew BloomlncWa. 

Mamolt, E. L.... - Dnpoat. 

Mayotl. Altrod Ci#i'riaad. 

Mawrer. J. L _ Bolivar. 

Ui-Cukv)r, U. Hain»ni*ill«. 

McGnQKhHy, I. R HsbbanL 

Marliiidoll. F - U«mi]toii. 

Hnitoti. D., Jr OrMtoDla. 

Mark. J W Ne> BoTIuhI. 

HacKetiile. A. Q WalUrQto. 

MalMu>,J. S Ad*. 

HcOMkrr. a B .„ ^IbriMtt. 

Mntny. C B Rnran. 

HacKcnJMi, 0. 8 Cl*v»l«]id. 

HarkuC HmiHIob. 

May.O. H _.Plq»u 

Meyer, W. V 01**iuM. 

Malt, JoMpblH „ ..Cbltunboft. 

ManvUlK, A. J - BowUuGtmb. 

MajTf.J A . Davioa. 

May. A i CleMUnd. 

Manball H 
Uaffrai^ar J J 
MB>ke« ( 

HcF>«I<lMi U MagiHtk Sptliw. 

Hannnn J Y _ . Urn*. 

May, AtUm Civniaad. 

MnkI».J B FtndUy. 

MaDikwis A D - HcMlUiHlo. 

MaLh«*B (> 1 Wm Toledo. 

Marvin J P Rantego. 

Uaxw*]l n P _ Wmt IJbwtr. 

U«rrlliu^ AH JH. Harr'i. 

MmcJ W _ ' - 

McD«*ill, A J 

McOmiv W D - 

Herr«r, CL 8 CnyaboM 

H«U.JI n bMUtM, 

M«T«r. Jno . I^OM. 

M«y«r, Wm lima. 

MMMr, AS .. _ Vtlu. 

Mnmr, C L V _ . „ „ Utioa. 
Malvillo C B - .SuMloi^. 

MrBMn.J o _ „ Ck^ 

" * ' ' r. E J Sbalby. 



McKeowiuK. W 

HeKoown, W. W 

MwnO, A.H „ aoelBMtl. 

McMd. SOMB* ....... ....-». — DmUot. 

Heligvr, Paul _ ..-..CoIoidUmis. 

McBwu,T.B.. — -Tmuitowa. 

H«n»f. M. X -.AtlUirA. 

Hervr, B.0 SLCWfirUto. 

MeUholmw, W. W TaaWcit. 

MelibehDvr, 0. A Von WttL 

XcLam, Ala Amsito. 

McUaii.W.T. .AvMta. 

MM1.J. P.... JItmrtu 

McUod,A.L. OnilntOollMn. 

ICwrar. D..... P d nw a oaih. 

Mcncr,^. 1.... ........ ^.^^.....PoftaiBoirtp^ { 

M«(s,y.W .MoiirtMMM. 

Mcmmn, W. B ^ CatBtt 

HcCWlu. A „ Hv« Lon 

Marew.T. F Ml.V«„„ , 

Mer«r, K fn.^.*^, 

HeClnnaa. W. M AAhad. ' 

McLMd, J. R BmIbb BMn. 

H^gietihofCT. 0. W .■.^. ...— OhflHwMa. 

Hill^, U. L SiMbmTlUt. 

MUI«r. L. A StMbnvttUk 

MUler, a H » Ooralw. 

McKInlcy. X M Dvtw. 

MeKliiat]:, W. H OMlualL 

HlebMl. DiMii BdlbfoA 

McUaiia,W Gmnwkk. 

Mniu, r.o nn Pbu«Mpbia, 

Mni«r, J. K sSoZ 

MlDu, K.0 SawOuUdBt . 

Mlittoit,J.E Oriiu. J 

McKnliht, J. R. ahaPiK. J 

McQUl, W. V.„ -.BiUiMvOlCl 

MIllw. Walwr _ .IfwiO*.-! 

McHlnliw, J. J dnrrfud. f 

Millar, K. D Vtifllh \ 

MIDw.BodMjr " '- * 

McSrlda. 0. V. 

MOtar. W. O 

MiUw.O , 

Millar, J. £ DiirtwtiUfi I 

MnSTO-W .J«dMB. 

MUter.P. B OMnbut. 

MOaer, W. L .__„ — ~. n7«iu. 

HObowBa, L..._ — fiattivciUia. 

MDH&S AahubvU. 

M il bolUad. W — ».. Pwmbarino. 

McCllBtlck.8 . ..Ml StvrUag. 

MlUar. r. i..... Wait VtSm. 

MdtalMb. J. H. IraMlal*. 

McKlnlay, Jm Ubridwrnia. 

MaKlmmIa,J.V. -....OuhifkM. i 

Millar, J. A. J. r ».-a£IuiCJ 

HcGbT.R Ml. CakB. I 

McOlfr, Florracc- MttnlM,] 

McOln, totta Ml rslOK. ] 



BKPOBT OP BBCBBTABT 07 BTA.TB. 



List of FHASMxcins, nc. — O&tliiQed. 

Miller, B. Toledo. Mnrphy, J. T 

UUler, Tbofl. J Hopedsle. Munson. L.D_ 

Moore, E. C_ PlwDfield. Mnad, J. F 

Morgan, J. 6. F Clarkeburg. Mnnsno, A. W 

Hounia, J. L Morrow. McUuen, L. A 

McL'-oy. H. F „ Ghauncey. Mordock. G. ,... 

McCormitk. J. F XeoU. Mudge, W. D_ 

Morris, W. E New HoUuid. MusMlmaon, A_... 

McCormish, Chae - Uoyleetown. Murdock, A. W..., 

Morria, Frank.. North Benton. McClun, C. M_ 

MorriBon, B, J Steiibenville. Mutchmore, W. X 

Mono, Q. B Norwalk. Mardock, J.G 

Mortland, J. C_ Edgerton. Mann, H. E 

McCloud, a N Maryeville. McMoneu. G. H. 

Moflett. W _ Arcadia. McOolIock, R 8... 

Moon, Oliver _ Sprina Valley. Mulford, J. H-.... 

Morganlbaler, P Mneailloii. Mi;Murtry, W. T . 

Morria, E. J _. Marlboro. Muan, J. D _....... 

Moran, Henry- Toledo. McCullough, A. E 

McDonald, 8. 8 New Lexington. Mnrpby, L w 

Moore, C. A - Cambridge. Mnrphy, J. J 

McDowell, R, M- Medina. Murray, Jno 

McDowell, O. H_ Medina. McCullough, W .. 

Moonev, M. L- Cardiugton. McBumey, E 

Mohn.G.F Cincinnati. 1 Muntel, H - 

Morgan, 0, B- Quaker City, i Murphy, J. G 

McGonagle, A. B Sulineville. Myers, L. B 

Moon, D. H BiaDcbester. Myers, K. N - 

Moore, Ales Loudonville, Myera, F. W- 

Mott, F. F - Garretlaville. Myera. J. A 

McConnel. DelL Green Springs. Myers, G.a_ 

Morgan, V. T_ Bellaiie. Myera, A_ 

McConney, W. T _ Atwater. Nace, W. J_ 

Moore, J. - West Manafield. Sagle, A O 

Uoore, A, C Amelia. Naylor, H. M...... 

Morgan, 0. U„ Clevelnnd. Nachtrieb, 0. J... 

McCloud, B.C Plain City. Nace, M. T 

Moas, J. W New Richmond. Naylor, S. T 

McDonald, J. W _ Brilliaul. Nagle, A. J_ 

Moon, J. D Spring Valley. Newcomer, J.8._ 

Moore, W. H- Wagon Worka. Neal, E. L 

McCoy, J. N Kenton. Nelson, J. W-...- 

Mote, L. M Milton. Neff, Benj 

Moore, W. H Bellevue. Newlove, W. J _. 

MotttanuH, P. E SpringSeld. Newcomb, N. 0_. 

Moon, L. T_ Wilminglon. Newcomb, F. 8_. 

Moore, J. 8- QuakerCity. Newton, Anna D 

Uontogne, D.T_ Xenia. Newton, Geo. A- 

McGonagle, R 8alineville. Neabit, J. 8 

McWhortor, J. W - Albany, Newcomer, M. F 

Moore, J. T Wapakoneta. Nevilt, J. W 

Moore, G. H_ Leeaville. Newell, T. A 

Moore, E. D Circleville. Nearpttas, 0. P.., 

Mow, W. F - Maineville. Neely, A, B 

McCoy, Frank Cleveland. Newton, J. W ... 

Moon, Q. R- Martinaville. Newton, Rich ... 

Murbach, A. J Archbold. Nickereon, F. B.. 

McCutloch, 0. R - Fremont. Nill, G. C 

Murphy, M. M„ Bipley. Nipgen, F. M 

Mulally, Wro Milton Center. Nihart, David .... 

McCullough, F. F„ Somerton. Nichols, Jno 

McCuen, Robt Independence, Nichols, J. M 



BOCUL tTATUTIca. 



Lm or PitABMACian, vrc—Coallniwd. 



Nlr.hon,E.H -.. 

Nickum, M. J 

MlokenoD, O 

HicboU.E.8 

NIooUy.a J 

!IiDhura,E 

NidtMMO, 8. A- 

Nir«»i>.J.A 

Ni(r£ob,E.T_ , 

Nonnan, A. H 

Noble, W. W 

Nortin, H.E 

NorriB, E O 

Mipgcn. J. B 

Norrt^E.r- , 

Sm. A.J 

Nonnan. O. M- 

Nyt,C. N. -. 

Ny#. W.A 

Nto, Uarn L_ 
(Mi>r, B R 
Owen, A H 
01iiwt««d t K 
Oipl«n, A B 
Openti«lni«r J A 
Ch-crholMF s II 
Ort,EL I 
OftpenvkDn E 
OitdMt, R. U- 
Oit«i.Oun 
Owm, ^tm 
CM«II, John 
Uf1«b.C W 
Olden,!. 
Oi«T~F 
Owca, E. 
Ow«n, A 
OhIer.J Jr 
Omm.Q D_ 
Ohll«w, I. " 



...North Amhent. 

Pleiauitvill*. 

UKhfleld. 

Dcyiealown. 

lUmlltoD. 

Newark. 

....Fort BaooTer)'. 

Macktbois. 

ChUbcolhe. 

N4WMk. 

Edotton. 



mjtoa. 



RnabiTi ranla. 

Aalitabnln. 

Uillenbnrg. 

Eaat 1 itwpaoi, 

V»aloo. 

West MancliBaier. 

Canton. 



D«ha. 

Port JeflWrsmt. 

^PoTt Jafferaon. 

Caldwvll. 

Uedianhiabani. 

OaoMla. 



OTBMm 



i it ' 



Win. 
Onf.A. R 
Oi«.W B 
OibonM C V 
Oabarn, R. L 

OOoBMll Vi J. 

Ohl,R J 
Orr, Bamtwl 
P*ff«, E H 
Pntl. K •* 
Paikaf.J D 
Patlrraon K. K 
Palmer, J G 
Pamona R 
PafiM. t I- 
PaneoaaL (I 
Parker. L K_ 
I'ackaid P 
PaAer.U 
Pasl. e. M. 



;::::::S^ 

...Bararl*. f 

-Bwltori. 



Park. W. H.._ - 

PanoBt, O. F~ ... _ 

Parkw, A. G. 8.™ 

Parker, W. R... 

Pace, H.M ~ 

PSterron.J. A »...8t. Cbtraiillt. 

PattoTMn, J. J .A. Clainrins. - 

Pauerwn, I. H.. Rt. ClalnTUtii 

Prane. F. J_ -..-....JiliUrh. 

Pape, JoMphiiM- Aandntkr, . 

Pa««, P. D- ..Bowtfiit OrMk , 

Parka. W. U ItMlrriUt. 

Parker, laaM » — .... — Chairtertf U. 

Packer, W. B-. Ullw 



.JLUiu 



.^Owlrtd, 



Pack«r.A.J-.„ 

Palmer, L. W... 
Patten, G. L.. — 
Paraona, A~ .,. 

Patrick, M 

Patrick, H. W.~ 
Parrett. W. R.. 

Palmer. Anund _ _ 

pM>e, W. F DqieK I 

P^ner.Q. B.U. BdlafaMitfiMk. \ 

Pearot, B. L- W«M FambMOL 

P»«rw, U - HeArUitt. 

Preuiniter, U Bmokirillah 

Pearee, J. O. ...WaM FarmlpMaa. 

P>]nan,0. S _ . — Wmtm. 

— " B. D „-1toMD. 




BBOR or mnuRABT or stats. 



JTwHBy v« w— •»>•»*—» •»»•>*«• •—>■■— ^i P^l JITlliflU 

Jnlltt0V|JSL J———— ——»■»•—•••— ODflyWWWl* 

FottitT. L. EMlUT0tpooL 

Fdiw»ML A« F — • Ofyde. 

^p«, & W .^.WoodiMd. 

P!oitOTt£L D.MMasMaMM*... ••••••OoliiiiibiHo 

flMtOllf !/• Sb»«*««#*M»« •••••• ••••••IlWflOIITlllOa 

Floaty T .......^ ...... ...... .........Orailline. 

Fortor, Fnmk.... . — .,.......FMkHng. 

FortoTyDoii ................. .^.......FiinMfaig. 

Foftflf 9 B» Bu....*«««.M FuldiiML 

Botta, a K. ObMamuitt. 

Ffonder, L. P lisnhalMlle. 

Ffmidery John.............— .MiBhallTille. 

Fofh^ Q. Toroiifai. 

ntaaaif Robert. Gum. 

FolHii, A Btfoeiville. 

FatL A. H Gttul Dofer. 

Foray. T. L OoriBfton. 

FtttLL. F GttulDoTcr. 

Fnliiphory H. H..... Aiiitinbarg. 

Plommflry G..........................**.8ftlniia. 

Flomlojry A BtmesTiUe. 

FlvmnMr J. N. Mt Orab. 

FjIb, B. B Bichmond. 

rjU^ F. T Sterlinf. 

Qniiuiii^. H.. Lusmie F. O. 

Qainii, EL JL. Hillsboio. 

Qaiim« Jno. W...... Hillsboro. 

Qainn, 2iar7 SootU Bainbridge. 

Baw, J. D Bemaen Comen. 

Bainflberger, A. SherrodByille. 

Bakton, A. Jr Biartin'a Ferry. 

Baye, Herman Oleveland. 

Banger, E.. Weston. 

Bave. H. H.. Clyde. 

Bathbnm. J. Gallipolia. 

Baoachkoib, J ....ColombuB. 

Barey, F. 8.. Groveport 

Barey, J. O.. Groveport 

Bawlea, J. F.. Lebanon. 

Banachkolb, Colambus. 

Barer, A. M Groveport 

Bawden, L Windsor. 

Baiff, J. K Millersburg. 

Baybnm, £. T.. New Lexington. 

Bathbam, J. Q Bendville. 

Beed, 0. P....« Bavenna. 

Beed, P. H.. Havesville. 

Beasoner, IL D.. Bellaire. 

Beeder, W. W Cairo. 

Beam, 0. B Somerset 

Beedj Darius Pomeroj. 

Begmer, Chas.. Gallipolis. 

Beed, Enos.. Portsmouth. 

Bej'nolds, J. A Addison. 

Beid, Henry.. Lebanon. 



BoeSp J. N ».M...... 

Bead, M. E. 

Bead, J. A 

B^, a D 

BAefty Lewia, Ji 

Bea,D.E 

B^UDt, F. 

Bedey.I^rman ... 

Bempd, F. 8 

Beol, w. W 

Beed, P. B.. 

Benens^. L. K... 
Beed. L N-......... 

BMnuank, J. P ... 

Beber,B.G 

Beber, R A 

Beynolda^G. £-.. 
Beakirt, G. G., Jr 

Beed, W. M 

Bead, P. H 

Beam, L.M. 

Beahart, T. M 

Beam, <i. B.......... 

Beaeer, £. W. 

Beiber, A - 

Beinhart, W. H... 

Beed, J. W. 

Beeg, Adam 

Biley, K D., 8r .... 

Bidgway, B. G 

Bichey, G. G 

Bidgway, G. M — 

Bidffway, C 

Bichards, R C 

Ricksec'ker, D 

Richardson, S. M . 

Rice, W. L 

Richey, L. W 

Rilev, E. D., Jr .... 

Rice', B. F.. 

Richter, S F 

Bitter, L. F 

Richey, 8. C 

Richardson, W. 8. 

Rissler, E. T 

Riddle, W.H.. 

Ridgeley, W. F 

Richards, J. W 

Richards, A.J 

Rosenwasser, N 

Roselott, H. F.. 

Rogers, Chas 

Robinson, W. A .... 

Rhoads, W. L 

Roash, A. H 

Rouse, J. H 

Roedell, G. A 

Rogers, J. A 

Robinson, J. P 

Rhoades, E 

Rockwood, C. H... 
Rose, D. E 



SOCIAL nATtsncs. 



Lot o» Pm. 

Bom. J. D- WacUworth. 

Roborla, J. 8 Ooloinbiu. 

Rowlan.). T. H Olwtliii. 

BoUer. U. D HiB«rvm. 

Kobltunn. W 1WUut». 

Rom, Fl<M«iioeI- Lvipdc. 

Row. tL B ~Ulp«l& 

Robinson, E. B ^..-BigKUMport. 

Roberta, W. P ilniibiir?. 

Robinwn. J. B^ B«IUlra. 

Robinaou. P. II „ .Saliuw. 

Robb. L. B- Cindoiuti. 

BodKon, K. P Kinalon. 

Bolior, J. L. TVdMlo. 

Roe. P. B FJyrU, 

Bobait^Uynu l^avetUiTllle. 

Rouw, B. H tJoIniBbiw. 

Rojal.J, A- PlMMDt B«Dll. 

Roaebniagb, J. B Nawa^k. 

RoMbnasI), A. M K^wuk. 

HoflWly. a. W_..„ Unwood. 

BoadKboab, D ...»...•..—.» OimIi«b. 

Roblaon, K. J Looaoa. 

Bob»ft«, 0. A .SprlBfOvld. 

Roacb, J. T> Motrew. 

Roovra, J. H - „lamitnl\*. 

Roblnaon, <lno- tirMa 8prin(. 

Both. F. Sl. „ „N<irw«lE 

Bollw. R. 8 WoiMUr. 

RoiMk J. A. - AafaUbola. 

RoH. J. W DtUMod. 

Robiu«oD, A AnUft. 

B<M.OUn. KlMoo. 

Bockvjr, Jno. CbclMd. 

Bofftn, P. StnklBc Sprl^ 

Bobuuoa. J. O „ - luflUn. 

Bobwtt,W. B- BMtwDaai. 

Rood. jI ». „ „Hl Cory. 

Rab«rUoa, N. L- ^..—Otjtaa. 

Rnminvll. J. H -......„ liifM 

Ramm«II, Jm ...-.^.^ VharloB. 

RaM>lt,l%M WMtCattj. 

KhmU, p. U Kii^Mw. 

BuMll. W. U KlaMlMi. 

Bnlmuia, R. A— ^ ^..U&mm. 

RMt, B. 8 ..WddlMOIt. 

RuMll. A. W - Nonb BloomCui. 

Rndiull, C. H Riwlinlnalk 

RiMwll, W. H ™, ML Oroh. 

Hnpp. J. W. „....„ „WnienrtUfc 

Riuk,Dui*l ".- lUlU. 

Rambw>|b, IX W ...Graanwlelk. 

RwImTe: a HunOhm. 

Rualwi, R R> .CUrtUnd. 

Rumps. C. U FrMW»k 

KhoWh C. F - .^UiBfc 

Rjmn. W. J JaaetMa Oxj. 

RynAftt, N. B E«nL 

StuDMl, U. a _ BlaomTUlB. 

RtaimiMt. W. A aallBVvQta. 

8MUord,G A _.™.._... 

8twn>iMB,p.o 



Sohwarlt. J. 

(teg*. J. B 

Wni«rMr,D.8 ....... 

8h»rp,W.T 

Star. J. 

8ATg«sI,H. H .,^... 

Sp«*d, U. W 

ektMn.U B 

6Mrd,C.8~.... ...... 

8lKk,F. M 

SUter,7. W 

Spratpu. A. J 

8«iir«r, J. W 

Hhaw. J. 8.„..„ _ .. 
8aun<lan,0 .~ 

SUrrTx V — 

Bpanflw, 0«o ._ 

8uiinDTM-, 

HpuildUif, a D.„... 

Bubbrion, D. J 

8abu&ta,0.U.»„.. 

eohwftrU. T. W 

81uiw,E.8 

SuktM. P. A „. 

BcbMffw.r.if 

SMtoal, 8. 

(Ubbnrr. T. W 

BKttariM,H. B. 

n fHuufaurr. W. E — 
Hman, O. D -.»..^. 

H.8... 



nrMDOit. 

AdJvU. 
...Ckdli. 



napouoB. 

ivdulUa. 



...II»oakvIII% I 
,.». Iraaloa. f 
Italadfc 




Bh ana r alt. T.P 

8tMMMLB.W 

BtrajTM. DiR 

Hw»a, Wm , 

Halkdd. a M... 
SchaBtaw. Cr 
Sajrra, W. U. 



zSs:Sii\ 



628 

Bflger.N 

BaSder.J.N _ 

Shary, Jno 


RBPOBT OF BBCE 

LiHT or PHifiBicia- 

Ufayette. 

Akron. 

..- Ada. 


RTABY OF BT^^H 

r«, »re.— Continued. 


Slewart.J. E_ 

Stem. D. W 

Stein, F. L„ , 

Sheldon, h". D_ 

Stewart. A. H 

Seely.H.B 

Skelleniter, A. D 

Stewart, G. K. 

Steele, E. M 

Snear, F. A 

Stewart, Chae 

8eiti,J. G 

Scheerer.H. F 

Seymour. F.W , 

Steinbrueck, 0_ 

Steinhoff, W. 8 

Schilling, J. P_ 

Smith, C. A 

Schmidt. A 


6hay,M.t 

8tr»tton, H. Q 

Schflfer.J 

Swan, Mrs. M.S 

8eyfert,B.L 

Sterling. M. C 


CleveUnS. 

Warren. 

Rock Spring. 

South Toledo, 

Hillsboro. 

Conoverton. 


8l«cher, H. W 

Schuetsler, J. B 

Stewart, F 

Sherwood, L.W 

Sheekley.O. W „ 

Steinkamp, J. G 


.....Cleveland. 

- Archbold. 

Jersey City. 

Colntnbna. 

Cleveland. 

Eimore. 


Sheiwood, D. W 

Suefert. Jno 

Stewart, J. K 


Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

..- Aaburn. 


Stewart, Frank 

SeltBer,8.T 

81.Brrick,P.F 


— Oolnmhna, 

Delphofl. 


Smith, W. M 

Sillik, Uriah 

SiBBon, G.W 

Swingle, J. L- 

Smith, C. W. 

Schmidt, Herman.... 

Simona. H. W„ 

Simons, A. H 

Sidener. J.T 

Spifler, SamneL 

Schiller, G 

Schiller. J. a_ 

Spiker.O. A- 

Behind ler. Jos 

Smith, C.W 

Smith, Jerome 

Stierle, J. G , 

Schindler. C 

Smith, J, D- 

Shin.Engene 


Seebohm, A. W 

Stewart, H.F _ 

Schneider, Eliiabetb 


Pomeroy, 

Cleveland. 

Columbus. 

Minster. 


Searl, F. A- 


PaineeviUe. 


Seramer, F. E „. 

Spenser, J. G_ 

Spenser, Mary a_... 

Spenaer. P.I 

Spencer, H 


Annapolis. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

..NewStraitaville. 


flteveoH.John 

Stemen, 8 A 


Johnstown, 

Elida. 






Steele, 0. H 

Steele. W. W 

Seward, J.F 

Seward. J. A 

Slebbina.F.E 

etebbms, Mrs. L.C..,. 


Stenbenville. 

Chillicotbe. 

....Eliaabetbtown. 

Paineaville. 

Paineaviile. 


Smith, J. G 

Hchmitl,Carl 


Btitt, J. Y -., 


Sinclair. A. H 

Smith, W. H 

Simons, C.P ~ 

Spieth, W.F 

Smith, W.F 

Singan, E. C 

Sidwell, G. B 


8levic,f. M 


Shiloh. 


8lee?e,W.C- 

Bterrett, J. A 


Sarahsvilte. 

New Berlin. 

Troy. 


Beymoor, L. P„ 

Steese.O-W- 

Bpeker, P. W 

Stewart, A. Q- 

Speioe.C.F 

Steinbacher, E- 

8WphenB,J. C 


Ruveona. 

Uniontown. 

Boltkina. 

Washington, 

McComb. 

Akron. 

Cleveland. 


Strickland, D 

Smith. L. W _, 


Smith, F. L _ 

Sibley, H.D 


Smi^, Job 



BOCUL STATWriCa. 



hat or pRAiMACim, nc— CoallBSwd. 



SchmH, A.J - Daytoa. 

Slinwoiu B. U Klrkenvllle. 

Smithnignt, A Cl0Teland. 

Hmilhalgfat. I Cl»v»UDd. 

81e«iithal«r, H. N SprtitRfleld. 

SiiUb, R. W „ - AlaxuiiltU. 

Holder, W. A EvMsport. 

Smllh. J. B ChtOtt. 

Smitb, Fnnhlin -OhMhln. 

Kmilb, E. D. F - RichlMd. 

8miUi. E.T Rlehadd. 

finhinu, Jm PidMriagton. 

8mlth,J.R ^prinidvkl. 

Smltb. W.T 8nin^^ 

Sprinwr. M _Vin wwt. 

Knilth, W. O BUtoboro. 

Smllh, W. R .HilUbora. 

Btnitfa, Klrbj Hltlabora. 

Smith. E. A - W«nvo. 

8mlll«y, J. Wart Doity, 

Smith, 0.P Cro«ln». 

Schlek. Adam „. N«ir BerUn. 

Hhlatda. W. R N«w ConmitciirB. 

Smith, A. F Arcuam. 

^tllno, a B GitMODbotf. 

SlmmoDiL A. L KirkffnvtU*. 

Shriver, & CO ShawDM. 

Smith, M- J. ' ■ 



SiiDona, B. F Weat Mll)|trav«. 

8hipl«y, H. 8 BuKooo. 

HimoM, H. Caldwtll. 

HtookoMa, H. 8 - Laodonvilttt. 

6oo(t,W. O CatnbulaBd. 

Htoofiu P. V _„ Beraa. 

StoGkbsn. A. a - Uadlwo. 

ScaUj, a H UamUlon. 

Haaw, k. O ...—..„ Bridg«pa>L 

6b>ekon,H.. 



..OairalUM 



»u<v*Mr,G. A „.W«lliMl«a. 

Soow, P. A WeUlutoB. 

8le««r, L 8. VawE^ 

- - - - .ToWfc 



issri.i 

BehiMn. Ju .. 
SUi]|k,J.I.... 

ftnETo. p 

SvQtgvr, 8.S... 



.AibvUk. 

.-WibalMlaa. 
tuSSSi. 



BnUaihv.W.r -. 

Wiaalkr^. W 

aiil%v, W.RH.~ 

UhmUv, p. W 

Oaailm.l.] 

anbbiLlLB 

U u. 



SbwT- Ul.~.~.... 
S|iime7, A. P ...» 
BtnriiTCii, O. W ... 
Stnu. F. A.. 



FaMaM. 

Onakirf. I 



)^halu, J. T KOntVI 

(HuckenhtdL W. H CUT#ba£ J 

flattvrflald, C. W „ W«t VakNk. I 

lHjmaoa, I- B ..»...,.— .—..BlMieh MWft f 

Kprjr. to. B ..._ — PbclMMMMk,! 

Knidar, B. B LosdOb 2 

ScbomhvA, C. B Cknlan4. I 

8lo»on, F. W . CUrckad. ] 

ntodkopt,OM Clavriud. [ 

HOIDMliBOT 



8tock< 



Akz 



9COCSWNI, ML.. 

fofdft T. V ... 

Ptroni, B. S .._. . j 

fttokm. C. C W«t I _, 

8ponMl,J.J .™..™ DarlvSt J 

BcboU, iamb, Jr l^MOb J 

RcboU,J(M«d .....TM«dd.g 

filocom, E. L....-, 
eeou, L K. 



-.AMbCrMk^ 
....WttanfU*. 



Soott, i<am — — .. 
Stimt. B. L.».^_... 

Bproat. J. F „. 

■'^proat, Fnok^-.... 

HlTadt.E.B 

Salman, L .. 



-OolBBbaa 



-Oaaloa. 



t^odgr^ W. W... 

ficou, EJ 

iNockiDoii, H. T 

StTWnB, J. J _ 

BooU,Il. E..™.-_™_™. „_w™. 

SoeOald. L. T Llllr Cbapt 

, r. T .-«».»_ _-_.»»....Banuii. 
,K.l — ...._.._. Rha. 



'bapaL 
TUBa. 




SoTder, D.J..». « » . ,.., 

TtjUnr. C. 0.-_™......- .hvmbvA 

TUfaart, V. 8 .„ ~»V«w Ltxtagica. 

•amym,a.U ..iSMtt. 

lUlnM. W. T. A— .«„ — Jmawt. 

Tirlw.lra WmEHhm. 

Tn<tar, A. J 

Tvior.V.g 

T^lov.i. D _ 

Taylor. Z.K Wwft Ji ._ 

lte^qMl.8 ^^SfSeSf- 

tmrkt't ..._.-» ,...»... ^-.OMlvata. 
Tkridc, H. K— CtaoMlk. 




BBPOBT or BKCRCTABT OF 8TATB. 



Lm OF PHASMAcnn, vrc.— Con tinned. 



TaylL - 

T*Tlor, r. 8 Wilminglo 

TBchanen, W _ Upper SutKlaekj. 

TacluuiMi.G. W Upper Sandunkj'. 

l^lor, J. W MiddleMwn. 

Tnlor, J.B M. 

T»ylw, A.J Sooth Toledo. 

T*ylor, W B .ft>uth Toledo. 

-Twlor, H. B Brjnn, 

l^rlor. ThoB Ml. Venion.. 

Tremblrj, J. 8 Frtxejahnrg. 

Trembiey, T. G Fri-*eysbiirg. 

I^tmuin, G CumnniiigHvil1e<. 

TertelLE ...Notlh Riitgeville. 

Trisler, L. W New Lesinglon. 

Trimble. T.W - Fairriew. 

' Tipton, T. C — .WilliBmBpiirt, 

Helke, H_ Olpveknd. 

Trimble, <»• T - Urbana. 

Tieike, G ClavtlniKl, 

TiiBiny, H. B ...■- Clyde. 

Trimbli. F. F Salem. 

Trimble, R. P - 8«leni. 

Titeworth B.L Ml. Vii-t-.n-. 

Tlmmeimui, J. D. Li-inMc, 

Tlmmermu), A. B ; Betmire. 

Trtom, T Pirtage. 

Th*impKM).H.W Sidney. 

-f^if^er, I- D ...Shaneaville. 

Tniitoen, A, A ...Columbus. 

Twn, R. M Bethel. 

Tonner, J. 8 - C»nton. 

Tohey. C. W - Trov, 

Ttiorp, A - (.'iinirii .li 

Todd, J. F ColULi.i-i.Mia. 

Th'impMD, R. A k.nt 

Townsend, P. A WindBor. 

Thomaa, C. G - Delaware. 

Tbomas, E. S Frtmont 

TboniflS, C. A RiJBhvLlle. 

Tronpe, Theo fJpiirrcfield. 

Thorp, J- B Bloomin^ton. 

Tobey, Nnthaniel Tror. 

TroUinKor, H. R - Homeworth. 

Tbompson, A, M ... „ColumbuB GtoV('. 

Todd, H. F --..- Moni((oijiery 

TbompMD, H. G Dnblin. 

Tmce, Gilbert Vsti Lue. 

Tupa, F. J Cleveland 

Thuma, J. W Shmick's P O. 

Tocker, J. C - Green Spring. 

ThursKin, A Grand Rapids. 

Turney, L. M Grand Rapide. 

Tattle, F, A Aehttbula. 

Thnrbw, A. E Ashtabula. 

Turner, Mrs. J. U Shreve. 

TuUoas, B. L Mt. Vernon. 

Turner, R. K .Kufebvillf. 

ThuTvloo, J. N Ntjwark. 

ThOTBton, D. S Newark 

TraeBdell, W. F Jaaper. 



Thyme, H 

TyPon.L. B 

Urban J. P 

Tlncapher, D. K 

Cllman, \V. V 

Underwood, J. W... 

Utley, J 

Uthe,J. F 

Umbenhaar, H. C .. 

Uthoff.J. H. H 

Van Law. J. D , 

Valentjntt, R. H , 

Vance, J. R 

Vanosdfil, T. C. 



-, ('. M... 



s™:'°k'v 

Vjn VoorhiH, J. E .... 
Van VoorhiB, W. L „ 
VanGorder, H. L.... 
Van Bnakirk, J. L... 

Van Rtone, ThoB 

Vance.C 

Van Valkenbnrg, A. 

Van Fleet, G.B , 

Vetter, A.C 

Viere,B.L 

Vouel A. A 

Voigt, F. II - 

VoD SteiD, .1. H 

Voilnogle. P, F 

Vogt, A 

Vogl, D. F 

Von Muralt, R 

Volk-i. C 

Vocke, J.F 

WaltH,C D 

Walker. W. B 

Walt. E. r 

Wahmhoff, J. H 

WaiEner, V. W 

Wnlker, W P 

W^ilker, F, W 

Widker.J. B 

Watkina, J. S 

W.iropr. A 

Walker. W. W 

Wall, C. F 

Waterman. II 

Warfield, J. K 

Warwick, J. B 

Walbom, Frank 

Walborn, Daniel 

Warner, A- ^ 

Wagner, Ernst 

AValters, J. B 

Walker, J. B 

Wallace, A.C 

Warren, IX B 

Warren, E.F 



SOCIAL RATvnca. 



S31 



Lvr or Pn 

W«Ikw, 0. P - WHlkmbttfg. 

Wall.ADdraw ^.CuDbrldf*. 

Wmlkn, F. A Korth FmirilrTd. 

Wallace, K. J - _. Cl«ToUiid. 

Waii«ruui, H. C _ ». ZciMnill*. 

Weictiael, E „..CI«<reUii[l. 

Wonnlnv, G. !!„..-....— .~-.Cii>cintiati. 

WeU. 11. L....«-™™ „....DiiTU.n, 

Welt., O. W _. OiiVni. 

Wricbwl, F .„.„..__..„..-.«ra««oliMid. 

W«ni«r, W. H.».. MiiMvflto. 

\V'e«t, W. K .- „..„.....Tol«ki. 

W>t8,C. P....„ Ehiytao. 

Welter. J. J .„.™..™ _...CIw»>Imi4. 

Weav>r, A-... Gr««n«ille. 

Wmivwr. J. r.„ GrMOTiUiL 

Weller. E. B MlllaMovtk. 

\S'ohM«r. t). E LmraUvUlK. 

W«Ua. W. I> Snr riiibdelitbta. 

Wbwl«r. A. F .. LiOM. 

Wdlcr, W. A .......ZunnUto. 

WbIIb, H, E -Bridnpnrt. 

Well^ W. V .....ZmwotHI* 

Wed, T B -. _ ^.CbMhlre. 

W*l)mu, 0. L - KtaorriUo. 

Welmer. J. J ™.-.™. StBOlBTiDfc 

WkIIm, II. C ._........ Welbvllto. 

Writer, F. B.... .-.HfllMMawB. 

Wallar. W. H »...» AlUM. 

Wb^doB. Jao— ~- ~— >-- ...HnJaoa, 

Web. II r ,„„.„.„ ..Dnrtoo. 

Wbreler, P. A. . ~. Uam. 

W»d«n. A. U -CUrvlrad. 

WMka,>>. W -....^...Vav Vltua. 

WMtbwba^ C Di , Ruoo. 

Wwam, J. A Trtado. 

Weuel. E. H 

WMtbrook. A. B AaUay. 

W«trich. I ^Hutia'B frnnf. 

Wb«. W. L Graadvfov. 

w«tMi.n.ii Ub— iw. 

Wen, IluT7 -8L CUnvfll*. 

W«M, J. U ^....A. ClilmUl*. 

Weftfv, J. A MaatptBm. 

Weuilioff.O. 8 - DwlM. 

WeMmdt, I) UiddlaSm. 

W«ber, C. L CkaUB. 

Webber. F. J — -..„._-„..~Pt]moath. 

WmI. Nortb BndnpoM. 

W«wr, D. S AppMab 

Weru, W. U.H « JWb«. 

W«i, ctuM _ TVilada 

Wnrt. Fatrbut LM'a Omkr.6. 

W«bb. M W — AwtBfMd. 

Web«. A. W Nffwuk. 

WeUw, A „ DaOnff. 

Wclmftr. A. H... Berib Cealer. 

W«lloiM, J. W BtonOvfUs. 

WelkMU^ Q. B BanmrOh^ 

Webaiv.J. V ...._ ^nMhiai. 

Wehmiiif, H. -dL BoniBrd. 

W«nv, AdaB..^.....-....~.-0»vtavtoa. 



no.— C«aUoa*d. 

WMttierbw,J NubvUle. 

WniiMMnn, J R - Deibaaj. 

White. J. A - MuwBrid. 

Wikbi.1. M _ Stviil>ea 

WniUiBiui, I. J - I I'livlllit 

Wright, J M Up. 

WIrea, J r .. tT 

Wriiiht.J S... .-n'n. 

WlnulrtK*. H. N s>'ii. 

Wi«ai.r'_^ :.Uad. 

Wltlwilirook, r. II MiiirrtoB- 

Wllkla. A J Kdw 4'otiteT^rwB. 

WlJaMi, W. A ^..WtHwiBT. 

Wllllaa* n, K Wriiamn. 

WUUa, A. B Uarriarat*^ 

WbllBMr, ILT _ TbtirNTUte. 

WUklann, B. L Van Wert 

WTdaey, H. U ZaoMrUte. 

Wblu, W. E rmtenovtb. 

Wblu,T. B .Trteible. 

WiUbMna, B. n _ „ Atllner. 

WlatMa. A ...... .Iraobm. 

WlnkeliMMB. G. M -.CUuiiuuti. 

Wlukelnumn, V. U CmcianMl. 

WJtbeMinc, II. A . — ... Nu?». 

Wllwm, 11. C Ilundeo. 

ftlcfcuir. H. a CUatna FaUa. 

Wirfit, P. O „ PrBuWB. 

wiUbMta. KB .- KendA. 

WhiM,i. K. ... . — BbMaiiDfbaii. 

WrWiL nany — Mmobl 

Wtam, K B LancatMr. 

Wbba, J. B - UflUln. 

WtMit, W. r ('anil KultOB. 

WIUbbmi. R. U.. »>* VteBOL 

WrigbLB -('aaion- 

WtBU^ J. M ...JerucMrgie. 

Wltaoa, W. C tlarfcna. 

WllMMi.U.K Van \?eft. 

Winaa, F. E ...... Vrrmiltkm. 

WUIanMtk. E. P >mlihTUla. 

WlauraiaB. I .■'bane'* Cnaaiag. 

VrUaiBaa. A. J .l.ertaala 

WUm. D. C IraalML 

WbUar, W.H _ ..rierittaaA 

WaUBB,D. F .-Lorumintm. 

WliiWar, W. H Tlflia. 

WUaoo. Alban - f^Mo^f. 

WOaoB, Wn _ .ly^iaglon 

VOdaUbalar. O. A >«aiidiMkT, 

VrUla^ J. W-™. t'hrtehafOli- 

WllMB,T.O .___ DaniNtilU. 

WUera, H. L .t^ii>Te)aMl. 

WUMmmI, Q. W WMienflla, 

Wbhahaaa, R. W YiMBMlawB. 

Wr%fat, B. B HehmBM. 

VIUB. U U «... LiHvEMtd. 

Wriibt, K V Lniim. 

r. H- a - _.. ClaeiiualL 

I, J. H..._ OahnlMA. 

C K Aabhad. 




List of Pbabuac)bt§, nv. — Conoluj 



Wchlgemath, A dnciDD&ti. 

Wonhinnton, C. D Killbuck. 

WoUe, H. H Sprlngfleld. 

Wooster, T. 8 Norwaik. 

Woll, Samael Wilmot. 

Wolf, C. P. „ Wilmot. 

Wood, W. I Mt BWrling. 

Worley, Geo CovingtoD. 

Worley, T. A Covington. 

Woodward, N. Deflance. 

Wortman, J. D Cadiz, 

Wood, J. V CheBtervUle. 

Wooster, A. B WelUnRton, 

Woif, S Helena. 

WoosWr, W, F Elyria. 

Wooster, N. P Elyria. 

Woodrow, W. Bowertville. 

Wood, Fred Peninsula. 

Woll, S. S Adelphi. 

Wyrich, C. Ji. Bellaire. 

Wyker, J. D Frederick town. 



Wyatt, B..., 
YatBell, O. ] 



Yant, Isaac 

Yerian, Fred 

Yeomana, Jaa „. 

Yeagley, W. „ 

Young, A. J 

Yonng, P. H 

Young, L. A 

Yonmans, J. 8 

Youmang, D. A , 

Zartman, David 

Zay, Qeorge 

Zwerner, J. A 

Zwerner, J. F 

Zeiaer, Wm 

Zeller.Abia 

Zickef, Otto 

Zimmerman, John... 
Zimmerman, J. B ... 



ASSISTANT PHARMACISTS REGISTERED TO NOVEMI 



AdamB, H. A ' MMailloD. 

Amaon, F. Sidney. 

Adams, O. M Oxford. 

Ash, E. E..... Belmore. 

Amnnn, C. E-i^t Portamouth. 

Adamson, T. H Bocbcreek. 

Albers, Henry OinciDoati, 

Ackeroyd, Q, 3 Dresden. 

Andrew*, Lucy T Cortland. 

Averbeck, H. J Young»towD. 

Allen, B. F Bellefontaine. 

Ackley, J. W Granville, 

Ackeret. T. MBBsilloa. 

Allen, 0. 3 Vermillion. 

Allen, C. E .Dupont. 

Albrecht, Q. A MiamiBburg. 

Alei^ader, E. V McOonnelsvitle. 

Altenberger, P. J Upvet Sandusky. 

Arrick. C. P McConnelBville. 

Aldrich, W. H Rising Sun. 

Albrigbl, B. F .Bryan. 

Aigtn, 8. Delaware, 

AlHton, £. H Eaton. 

ArmalroDg, H. D Bavenna, 

Arnold, H. E Cambridge. 

Aahbrook, C. 8. Ada. 

Ashton, Bath A.,|,. Lima. 

ArmatroDg, H. A'.9. Akron. 

Anguitine, W, J Jfanafleld. 



Armbaratfir, G. &•• 

Auliker, 0. E 

AuBtin, Luln 

Battles, W. P 

Black, C. F 

Baumhardt, G. 0.... 
Bartholow, J. W .... 

Hartley, T. A 

Blake, C. E 

Bair. J. G 

Blaock, F. W „ 

Barton, D. A 

Barrett, W. B. 

Brady, Frank „. 

Bayer, E. W „ 

Blaesxer, Joa •, 

Brondel, J. J 

Bamum, H. T 

Baratow, F 

Barkelow, A. B 

Bailey, Uaryett« 

Bailie, C. 8 

Barry, Geo 

Bartlett, Ettella 

Byard. Grant 

Baer, Sherman , 

Baker, W.H 

Bamom, J. R , 

Baird, W. E 



■oaiL tTATmrct. 



AamAVT VaAtMAcan, xm— OootiDBad. 



BvnlU, J. B. ~ 

Bnddock, E. U ] 

BUckmora, 0«o - 

Bur, W. B ArabeBTiOa. 



B»rd«tt F. W 
Bkrtoii,li. 



Bkrtoii,li.MoM. 



t. 0. T. 

BHkwitLJ.Z 
B«nhtA)4^' 

BeasgECL. 
BsebniMr. 




,..CI*T»4uid. 

.....jCuul PmHoo. 

...Uppw BaMtuhT, 

_ WlUo^ibbj. 

Botn, John Dajtoa. 

Bowei«ox,0. H ~ OoaiMmt. 

BlodMM, U. W ZuMTllfo. 

Book, r. W. L Otmw 

BoxWur. O. r... Oteeii 

Boyd, KB 




OhuapMj, W. B _ P»rrr*buif. 

Orww, AiBvlta B OiMmbiin. 

OniM, IMk V _ n>»f&. 

OhulM, B. P R«abUe. 

OMMdav, P. V AUUnoK 

Ouudar, O. V AUIUMO. 

0«inpb«l), (' „ Jnnua. 

Ctmwfatd, J. W Bkbwood. 

CupcnUf, Abiu» Dslhi. 

Cbnar. F. L> „ .'..Bnwn. 

OaM, P. Ik. - NflCombL 

OnUw. H. J ....» .OnuTiUs. 

Omb, W. H... » CanUML 

OuMT, J. T ....._-..„ Poranouih. 

ChuibM^&T ^ -CVmUIm 

Ohapau, El T — » ZumbtU(il 

Ouv«r, OUn B ~. CdkdasMi 

Ohspoui, O. H....».~ JMMvrUim. 

OKnHbtn,J. D — .- Cumf. 

Oralc E 8. - MMilkxt. 

(Aunbra. 0. & -Ml. PleMUt. 

Qnmu, D „_._ ...... Ji[waoet«Ut«. 

Ohftaliu, W. W Nonrmlk. 

CtaOTB ..- ~ Ooinmbw 

OmpMI, E W..-.».«-Fart RtcuvMr 

aM.J.P Pbtari 

Oklnrt, J. W ....JClnbolua. 

OOiOl. B. B WrtUTiD^ 

Obf k, Onkut ~ 

Our.B. B » lintiM 

adM0.aA 

Clark, n E 

Oaldmll, B. B .. 

OUu Tbao........ - — ...-OUvvlwd. 

OiMtw, B P Spri^iitlv] 

oimU.w.f --.-Ticsr*' 

CtMvalMd, C. H 

CbwiU, C. 8 

Chl^Miw, O «~~. J 

GUtlMdn. Out 

OwBall,ILU 

Ooateffll; W 

r.C.J .. — 

Gaol. LT.. 



vatMML 
ToMa 




584 



BSPOBT OF nOBBTABT OF BTATS. 



AflOBTAVT Fhaxmjjobtb, kto.— Oontiiiaed. 



Corl, F, M NaTarre. 

Oole, £. H Oxford. 

Crozford. B. B WakemiUL 

Collins, £. A WaoMon. 

Gk>wden, J. W Poland. 

Gk>iiTene, W. A ^ Pioneer. 

Gk>nner, A. W ByetTille. 

Carry, W. J East LiyerpooL 

Culler^ F. N Akron. 

Conie, A. L Toledo. 

Cmmbaker, O. P. H ChandleiafiUe. 

Cunningham, H Bellefontaine. 

Cnrtia, O. A Wadaworth. 

Cunningham, G. W Foeloria. 

Carl, L. H Bellefontaine. 

Drake, £ D Toledo. 

Davie, W. G .Springfield. 

Davis. L. M Cleveluid. 

Darrah, Ida G Bellaire. 

Davis, Jesra Jeffersonville. 

Davis, W. H Lowell. 

Davis, W. H. C HUlsboro. 

Dagen, Samuel A Cincinnati. 

Davis, £. W Nevada. 

De Bhodes, F Salem. 

Dean, J. W Delaware. 

Deemer, C. H New Lisbon. 

Denman, J. K Sherwood. 

Dehler, H £ Cleveland. 

De Witt, Geo. A Toledo. 

Deibel, Oscar G TonngstowQ. 

Dicken, J P Hickaville. 

Demming, B H Olevelaud. 

Dischiuger, F. A Toledo. 

Dittmai^ G F ClDciDDati. 

Disney, W. B Cincinnati 

Dix, Geo Piqua. 

Dickmau, C. F Cleveland. 

Dorr, F. W Tiffin. 

DouglaH, Jno Martin's Ferry. 

DoUinger, G. A Cleveland. 

Dollinger, 0. F Cleveland. 

Doremus, T. U Columbus. 

Doyle, W. F Cincinnati. 

Donnan, E. V Washington C. H. 

Dorsenheimer, C Cleveland. 

Doll, TonieC St. Mary's. 

Doerr, Ed Cincinnati. 

Doran, I. A Bushsylvania. 

Douglas, J. L Mogadore. 

Dodd, Mfh. Mattie J Dell Roy. 

Dull, ii E JSidney. 

Dupler, Wm Moxahala. 

Duncan, H. W Bloomville. 

Du B':>ih, 0. J Urbana. 

DuHtin, Emma A Cleveland. 

Evans, F. L Cincinnati. 

Evans, Chas Camden. 

£idmaun, J. F Chillicothe. 



£aton. H. M , 

Ea8t,B.M i 

Bnneking, J. L. E 

£pley, Chas C 

Etfnest, Jno 

Elwell. W. M 

£we^n, W. J. V 

£n8lin, A. F •..• 

Eichler,W 

Ellis, T B 

Elliott, a T 

£lwood, Harry 

Edsoll, H F 

£ly,E.S 

Falk, Adolph 

Faulkner, C. M 

Fanlkner, E. M 

Flanders, J. W 

Frazer, T. E 

Fargo, J. E 

Frew, £.8 

Ferdermann, W. M... 

Feeley, W. C 

Ferguson, Frank 

Ferrie, H. R 

Fee, W. L, Jr 

Frederick. J. M 

Fischer, H. W 

Fickard, F. L 

Finney, S.J 

Flick. S.D 

Fribley, J. T 

Fiedler, G. W 

Fischer, H. J 

Fitch, W. W 

Fitch, E. O 

Fried land, Mrs. S A . 
Field, Mrs. Sarah J .. 

Fieber, C. A 

Fritcher, R. S 

Fredrick, C.H 

Fella, F, J 

Friesemnn. W. H 

Ford, F. E 

Foerst, W. J 

Ford, W. W 

Foley, J. F 

Fogle, B. J 

Foster, Jas 

Fortlage, J. H 

Flocken, L. H 

Foster, W.D 

Fogle, M S 

Foertmeyer, W. L.... 

Ford, L A 

Fulton, N. D 

Fulling, E. G 

Fulton; D. W 

Fulmer, Frank 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



535 



Assistant Pharmacutts, btc— Continued. 



Graham, J A Avondale- 

Garrett, Eva M Adamnville. 

Galligber, W. Q OHiboi.dale. 

Gackenheimer. M N Vun Wert. 

Galbraith, C. W Manchester. 

Gager, D. A Oberlin. 

Garlington, \V. D ColumbuK. 

Grajrum, C. W Gullii*oUs. 

Gaube, Ernst Cleveland. 

Gray, E. W New Vienna. 

Gallaher, J P WelUville. 

Gernhardt, N Toledo. 

Greule, A. M ("incinnati. 

Green, I. R Plymouth. 

Green, P. W Cleveland. 

GrefCKi ri. H New LUbon. 

Gilbert, L. M Van Lue. 

Qripbv, W H Ck>lninbuH. 

Guianat, W Cincinnati. 

GibtMin, C.J Columbus. 

Gilman, C. S Cleveland. 

Gorman, Alice M Ciuciimati. 

Goelz, C. L Ironton. 

G«Kldard. B. F I^ynchburg. 

Goodin, O New liexington. 

Goebel. C. W Sprinjrfield. 

Gowvy. C. H Cleveland. 

Grove, F. II Cu?»tHliji. 

GroHse, (totleib Cleveland. 

(Jutheil, O (Jreenville. 

Cfunder, W. 11 .\rcanuni. 

(ruiney, •'. la Wi»yn»!»burg. 

Garver, R Strai»burgh. 

(rreiff, H A Cincinnati. 

Griffin, J. P Springbom. 

Hair, Coradine, J Vlliabce. 

Haunan, J. K Ironton. 

lieadley, J. W Norwich. 

Ht*iikelman, U. K Sandui»ky. 

Heiujt, W. H Toledo. 

iiewett, C. E Bellaire. 

Hellyar, S. B ISteubenville. 

Heitxman. Jno Toledo. 

Heller. M. M Clt veland. 

Ueydrick. L. W Toledo. 

Herlmt, Ei Columbus. 

HeHrsoo, Frank .Monnteville. 

Hetrick, Juo Oak Harbor. 

Herrmann. A Cincinnati. 

Herjpich. J S Columbus 

Hoffman, E <'incinnati. 

Hxldrrilt. Mar) A \W»im«hm1. 

Hie^ler. W. S Pi.rimfield. 

Hines, J. B Van Wert. 

Higley. S. E CiMilviH*.. 

Ihtiler, J. A C«>!umbus. 

Hilu.n. L R HilWUiro. 

Him*. C. E Van Wi-rt. 

liolderman, W. S Auatda. 



Hoberman, W. H Marion. 

Hosier, L. R Johnsville. 

Hoppy, II Pi^ua. 

Hoflfman, J Cincinnati. 

Honecker, C Cincinnati. 

Uoffner, F. J OWrlin. 

Howard, Todd Findluy. 

Holloway, W. G 5?pringfi«*M 

Horuung, R M Dro^hn. 

Hollingt^r, T. H ColumbU'* 

Hovt, II. W Norwnlk. 

llafm, J. G Cincinnati. 

Hauser. W Santusky. 

Hague, E U Etvria. 

Hall. D. B Springfield 

Hager, J. A Port^ntouth. 

Hawley, E B Arcanum. 

Hamilton, H. A Pcrrv^^buri;. 

Hamilton, W. () WelMillf 

HurriMin, C. A Middletown. 

Hartx#-ll. C. W Clev. l.ii..I. 

Hauck, A. C Columbus Grovp. 

Hhgcman. Ida J New Madi<«>n. 

Hauer, J. L Plain City. 

Harrod, O. L Belle C«*nur. 

Harlow. C. 1) Washington C. H. 

Hall, C. F Youijg*ii»wn. 

llaihawuy, A. S Clevol..nd. 

Hayes. R. G. H i'levrlai.d. 

Halbaway, C. W Paioe*villf. 

Harter. C. B ^i|eul*nvi»le. 

Hannah, H. K Georgetown. 

Hauenstein. W Blufftoo. 

Harrison. M. T PauMtng. 

Hays, Fnd Fo^loriH. 

Harter. O. M CiLcinnati. 

Hale, P. I Bel;»re. 

Hcvrrle, W A^iivv. 

Ueiiiemann. E Cincinnati. 

HeidiLtffr. J. B CtevrUnd. 

Hrnk.W J ClevWai.d. 

Hcidinger. P Csnum. 

Heuney, C. E Fortoiia. 

H«iWKin. A B Chillictilhe. 

lloi^ler, J. N Shank.. P. O. 

Hiinecker. SVm Cleveland 

H«»u«er, F. M F«»rreit. 

Ilob-'n^ack, J. W Martin'» Ferry. 

Hochhteltler, J. C I>oyle»U»wn. 

Horn, Wm Zanei«ville. 

Hoy, John F Akron. 

H«».«uii:r, .Vngu* New rk. 

Hoover, L Davton. 

Hoiikin. I). M Bluffton 

Hunt. T. I Martinsville. 

Hull. L. M .^ NelK)nville. 

Hudfou. L. K Westboro. 

Huff. C. 8 Flu.hing. 

UubUrd, L. A Birea. 



REPOBT or 8XCBSTABT OF tftU 



AeeiaTAST PuAEUACieTB, etc.— Conliaued. 



Hutse, J. W Beres. 

UutchiBgH, J. H Bellevue. 

Hulchcnan, W. M Uatiella. 

Hutcbina, J, M Boscoe. 

Hula. J. W Miliville. 

IngaUs. N. R LaGrBnae. 

Imea, Juliaa A Spriu^eld. 

Iremrnn, J. W Wharton. 

lngereoll, A, J,.'. PaineHville. 

Irwin, C. G Columbus. 

Jay, HrroD Kavpnna. 

Jack, W. P. YounKstowti, 

JamFR, E. E tiparra. 

Jacolw, Harry ZanexTille, 

Jenkins, W Lima. 

Jewett, Geo. D Cleveldnd 

JoDes, F. E 8&ndusk;. 

JobQBOD, Mrs. Vara I „ Omftoii. 

JohntoD, A Painesville. 

Johnton, W. H Middletuwn. 

JohoBon, J. D CaotoQ. 

Jooea, W. P Sprinpfield. 

Johnson, W. H Urbana. 

Jolinston, J. a Moscow. 

Jotanaon, E O RaTenoa. 

Jobnaon, C- H Belpte. 

Jungblutb. C. M Toledo. 

Judkina, F. M Fiuabing. 

Justice, D. W Poland. 

KrauBs, Jno Cleveland. 

EratE, Henry Napoleon. 

Katz, O. W Wapakoneta. 

Krau«s, H. J Tiffin. 

Earach, 0. V Cincinnati. 

Kaiser, E. A Columbun. 

Keech, T. B Caledonia. 

Klemm, Geo Cleveland. 

Kehres, E. J Cleveland. 

Kester, J. G Wooater. 

Eneae, E. W Cincinnati. 

Kern, J. E Bucrrua. 

Keating. Jaa Clyde. 

Keiwr, N. W DelU. 

KelJs, H. B Steubenville. 

Kellan, J. H Akron. 

Kefley, V. K Bainbridge. 

Kerr, John Shelby. 

Kendall, A. L Fayette. 

Kuqua, 8, J Picterington. 

Kerr, H. H YounRsto 

Krause, H Clevelt 

Kellogg, E. E Cincinnati. 

King, E. J... Genoa. 

Kingzett, N Cleveland, 

Kirk, H. H Steubenville. 

Kirkendall, C. F. Akron. 

Krieger, Otto Oanfield. 

Krimmel, W. L Circlevillo. 

King, Kate R CanGeld. 



Krick, Louis 

Kipp, A. , 

Kiernan, P. P 

Knight, .1. H .-, 

King, Mrs. M. L...., 
Kilbourne, H. A.-., 

Knowlee,G. 8. 

Krone, Chas 

Kromer, C. T 

Kolb, F. G 

Kolb, M. O , 

Koenig, F. H 

Knoufl, W. L 

Koegel, Herman .... 

KlotB, A. C 

Klussman, Maggie., 

Kungle, D. C 

Kuhnell, Aug 

Kurtz, D.S 

Kumler, aD 

KuBnick, L 

Lannert, H. W 

Lamb, L. N 

Lacock, E. M 

Lampaner, Jno 

Larlraore, D T , 

LaubBcher, C. T.... 

Lehrer, G. T 

Leist, Isaiah, Jr 

Leoniird,N. S 

Lewis, J. W 

Lebr, Juo 

l-eitzell, A. D 

Ixihrritter, H. H..,, 

Lewis, T. C 

Leonard, L. , 

LeFever, J. M 

Leggett, C. W 

Leach, S 

Lew, R. W 

Leiea, E R 

LeFever, E J 

Liggett, N. E 

Llndsey, W, B 

Limb, A. A 

Light, H. F 

Linn, E, J 

Linser, G.J 

Little, A, F 

Light, Donn 

Long, Uri A 

Long, Lee 

Love, J. 8 

Loomia, C. F 

Loutzenheieer, Mat 

Luce, J. D 

Luthringer, J. L ... 

Lusk, M. Agnes 

Lupton, W. 



•oaiL fTATtSnc*. 



Aaemr^tn PaiuiACwn, nc.— CoBtiniwit, 



I 



L 



Loeu, C. C - Fmnoat. 

LatMobemr, ^ J)Mjtoa. 

Ltod, W. P _ „ ,....IU:rMuu. 

Hkrqaardt, J. C ~ .....Tiffla. 

BC«k»p«M«, J. H. ^Tniy. 

HmriM, Edgar. ^ BaiiL 

HvUn. W.. Jr .MuuBeld. 

Haaon, Pniik....» .-» JBtdhtA. 

BUtkla, a H. B. AahUnd 

Maddwi, HinuD. HwrtTBtiurK. 

H»k0i>MC«. 0. B .Tnj. 

H*rtlD, V. B .Oolambu. 

Hah«r. J P.. Jr .ToMo. 

Mknh, H. F QuBkarCitr. 

Mudadmck, P. A ICudllon. 

Mallory. A T -...JIoBeet. 

U«rliii. W _ BudltOD. 

M«ib«ri[»r. U HoDroevitl*. 

M.T. O E - CltTttaod. 

H«ItIuH).J. K- Otoralaad. 

M»rilD. 0. W Dajtoo. 

HeggvnholNi, E CbUUoothe. 

Haufclar, 0«o _ »OliicliinaU. 

MdUy. O. W. - Buchiel. 

H«U, C. L YoaoRainwD. 

HenMl, E H Dayton, 

MMd«7, Prank « JUdiwood. 

«•»•», W, V Oewbiid. 

Mill*, W r 

MilU. J, E _ Wllkaarllla. 

HUl«r, K C ^Oaaal Vmiuta. 

Millar, F. P JrenwBt. 

Millar, c. S - TrMoat. 

kfitcball. O. P ^Oalnaibaa. 

Millar. L JIUIbnL 

Hltdiall. 0«o .Olenluid. 

Morgaa. Anaatta ...Ofaufcalmrg. 

Moarr, E. A WaMkoaat*. 

Monw, Fnak. -GiBclaBad. 

Hortlaad. I>. Q EdgarUo. 

Moaer, J. P „...„ Lima. 

M<.a(a.C. W „„ J^bjo. 

Moooar, U. S „ OanUnctML 

Horabaad, J. D -CHaelmuU. 

Moaa|aii.O. U Bkbflald^ 

HtHMMia. H. M. „ Akn». 

Mooter O ..LMTlDe. 

HorTb, TbooMa „„.„,„.Oaaliatt. 

Mannia, O. A ~...^ —^ -Lcfaa. 

Manob. John. •■-«--•- 



•,P. A _.. 

Man>kr, M J 

Mnmy. TbM ^ Plata Olt]'. 

Ujv*, C. (> TtSa. 

Marrar, S- W WMUagtoii O. H. 

Marphy.Chai _.... *" 

UvOmmiiA, B O 

McOtMtei^.U 

Mllb, 0. H .B IMado. 



MoOUla. L. ~ Latart 

HcAIUatar, W. B. Ntw 8tnui*Wlh. 

HcKah«i,J. E ~ lUnntMa. 

McUartfin, J. B „BaUar. 

MoPaddaa. 0. L Van Wert. 

McCrelgfat. D. H Otuwa. 

HoKaaa. C. W SaliMTill*. 

McOlartn,a A gpriDgftoM. 

McIC<>a,J I .- CbraUad. 

MoK*a, W. H Athaiia. 

HcHillea. C 8 ^ Hl 6l«rUB(. 

McNIrhaK W lantaaTflla. 

McMillati, Ploranca Grronwiefc. 



.Madlaa. 

UeCo^, B. L BlooBlaibarf. 

MQCoDaaabeT, J H IVOfaJtl 

MeCofBiiek, J K Yoonplown. 

UeOoj. W. J .Blooininibam. 

HeCullaagb. W. S ..Bcllalra. 

McMurra; J. C .i^hran. 

Naylor. J. B Aockaort. 

Nwhltieb, W B -WaaawB. 

Neff, J. « Naw C^rU»ta. 

Newberror, M _ ItoBtoa. 

NeuM. 5. J „., ..Marietta, 

NmJ. Jamb ..WafMifilk 

Namlc, J. A ClaTriand, 

NipaaB, Joa. B I^faaaoa. 

Mlcbola, Jnlia A ColnaibtM. 

NkkMvoa, Alk« J Oraaewidt. 

Norwood, J.N aaciaaaU. 

Norria,T. W Oolvmtaii 

Noall, C. H ^ Vaa Wart. 

Nowek E. H — Lafaa, 

Ona, f. W J aa iaalflwa. 

oSaflbr. D. M..... MariiM. 

Odatl, J, L -IWta. 

OaaUmaTV. J - ZaoMriUa. 

Ortt, E.L, OaaMML 

OhL O.A. P. .tufa. 

Ohl^iah J HlMnl RMk^ 

Oreatt, BO ^AMUabarK- 

Pfcaaar, J. A ^....Dntam. 

ftekmii, Haanab ...._ ..Cbauaat. 

Flaih. O. B — ...» Oknlaad. 

Park. C. W Blrria. 

PliBUt. Joa _„„»aiiMiaBatl. 

PbHob. J. O ~~...... — Nawark. 

Prar.aa Whlla Boaaa. 

Pnn, B. M. „ JMta. 

Parrbh. AUoa — 

Vnm,J.V 

Pavkfa. B. J 

h»ra, B- B 



....-Davtoa 
...JlawbanL 
,...B«|NiUle. 
...itaadaakT. 

...OhacriB FkOa. 

OatuAva. 



688 



BXPOBT OV BBCBBTABT OF 8TATS. 



AmatAMT PHABMACOBTik ETC.— Ck>ntiiined. 



Pretdonr, O JhjUm. 

Fetie, J. K —...Dmjton. 

Pranton, Viola L. J)earfiald. 

Phen^ger, H. A Cdliimbm. 

Phillips, Jemiina 8 N. Jmdkmm. 

PhilUpiL^L. C ..WaahiiurUm C. H. 

Potter, E. L .^.... AianroocL 

Poole, L A ., Edgerton. 

Potts, J. £ .BfttftTia. 

rrochMka, O ^ Toledo. 

Pflneger, C. F Cwnj. 

Parney, T. C Toledo. 

Pryor, W. F Eaton. 

Quttman, E .'..OincionatL 

Qainii, J. W Bainbridge. 

Balitoii, O. O Martio't Ferry. 

Ramsey, J. W Golombas. 

Ramsey, B. Plain aty. 

Banth, H Gelina. 

Babe, E. M :...Clyde. 

Bay, Pliny Toledo. 

Baymer, 0. S ^..Coshocton. 

Ralston, W. M Foetoria. 

Bees, Mrs. L. J .Soutk Charleston. 

Bempel, B Logan. 

Beeg, Adam Portsmouth. 

BeaEard, T. M Wilmington. 

Bempel, F. F., Jr L^ii;an. 

Beid, J. C Oayahoga Falls. 

Beam, W. L Oindnnati. 

Behfoa^ 0. A Lima. 

Bendigs, A Cincinnati. 

Reichardt, Geo Cincinnati. 

Richey, Jno. A Scio. 

Bichey, B. E New Paris. 

Richmond, £. A ....Cleveland. 

Richard, J. G Cincinnati. 

Richpater, F East Palestine. 

Richardson, F. A Huntsville. 

Ritzenthaler, P Kipton. 

Richards, t), H Litchfield. 

Richards, E. T .ilarietta. 

Rowlands, T. E., Jr Columbus. 

Robinson, 1, S Washington C. H. 

Roessler, Louis Cincinnati. 

Roll, Vail Hamilton. 

Romans, E. J Cambridge. 

Rodel, A. E Defiance. 

Roberts, C. F Columbus. 

Robinson, G. B Columbus. 

Row, C. P Circleville. 

Roll, R. C London. 

Roberts, C. E 

Roth, J. C Marion. 

Robb, Clare E Cincinnati. 

Roy, A. H Chillicothe. 

Rotterraan, C. E Dayton. 

Rockey,D Chatfield. 

Rockey,A Chatfield. 



Robinson, L. M 

Bosenbaum, F. W ... 

Boby, R 

Roth, Louis 

Rogers, G 

Robinson, W. L 

Ruch, C. E , 

Russell, L. M 

Rudisill, E. A 

Ruse, A. E 

Rucker, B. J 

Ruth, W. A 

Rutter, W. K 

Rusk, W. A 

Ryan, T.J 

Ryan, J. H 

Rynard, Mary A ... 

Stahl, Hugo 

Saunders, £li 

Sager, Jas 

Sharp, R. D 

Sawyer, C H 

Schautz, Jos., Jr .... 
Stahlhuth, E. H. W 

Sharpe, J. A 

Schaefler, L. T 

Shaw, Alma 

Spanagle, E. W 

Stamats, W. M ... 

Spamer, G. H 

Stableton, W. AV ... 

Saviers, Geo 

Schlaubach, E. J .. 

Schaefer, Geo 

Starr, C. L 

Smart, Clayton .... 

Staker, G. A 

Stanhope, W. H .... 

Sanna, J. F 

Sanford, H, S 

Sanford, S , Jr 

Starr, H G 

Sanders, E. C 

Sharp, O 

Swan, John 

Stansburv, J. B 

Salisbury, C. W .... 

Saxby, E. A 

Saunders, E. G .... 

Shepherd, E. H 

Stewart, Freddie O 

Sweney, (J. W 

Schuetzler, E. U .. 

Shepard, W. L 

Sheets, G. F 

Sherwood H. J., Jj 

Sheal, J. G 

Seward, C L 

Shepherd, C. U 



AnwrAirr PiURMAOwn, nc— OnaUnoiil- 



Snail, IV 
SUpb*ii«, F B. 
8cbiiaid«r, E F 
SbepArd » U 
Schuddwr E.> 
Strelcb, I> M 
SobvU, U t 
6ke<l,J I 
8cbat\itT A 
SlelaoAa I U 
8*111. I J 
Blenbin Hoi 
Sl«I>b!uK. I E 
BiMlfl, A b 
RhML^U I 
Slam, J I- 
Bboui, J R 
Scbalpe ( E 
SmImIiii < ( 
SUrwM't U H 
SeiOc*,' B 
Bteldle, ( !• 
SteiDWhcT E F 
Stewarl W ^ 
StoiDoc^c II E 
SrUttr, t B 
Scbimnrf MarvC 
•■^tlndic inb r I 
•Sioionkio W 
I'iobert. i 
BiiidcH. t P 
8wiuj(U, U 1 
HmiUi. f' F 
SchiDldi, U P 
aibarlinc J H 
Sniiib, C F 
SUaoo, Hver 
SuilUi, Ti\ r 
e^mlth, I^wk 

Bmltb, C. H 

Sddalt, E. E 

Bchriber. T. 

Slribgliam, A. W 

SbiIUi, E.a 

BnUb, EmenoB 

Swift, P. 11 — 

Kiiiltb. W. K. , 

BloekBon, C. B 

ffeiiik.«i. P. M „... 

Soil, Wiii(l«ld 

Schlo-,H. E 

Suobtr. J B 

BehobM, A- ™...., 

ScbntmlL W. P. „ 

fitAW, W. L _„.. 

Svbonfvr, Qtn...^...... 

BBodgnH, Cknfe M.... 

8ouit,M»fy A 

Sborauker, W......„ .. 



^elMllTi]Ie 
Bmv*. 
I orUiDouth. 
dndniwll. 
Vi «iiUrTiIle. 



A^tUbuU. 
Cmcintiftti. 
PaloMTilb. 
Cblllioolhe. 

Sanuiiwh. 

ToImIo. 

net*lu>d. 

Panerov. 

Ul UUflcbud. 

(tatgluMl. 

CuKiaiuttL 

Brookfleld. 

CUICIBBEIL 

CleffliAiI. 

Cuiton. 

Ilai riica. 

Cl«T«bund. 

V> llmol. 

Ml Oil«a<l. 

DoCasoe. 

rVvrlud. 

Chnbad. 

SwBBton. 

JlcArlbiu. 

CnlllD*. 

nodnnaU. 

„-X«ota. 

FbKllaT. 

CUvvlMd. 



! Araanoni. 

~ Ooluanbvu. 

Obvriin. 

....„Omv»|iort 
..»LoBiloti«ilia. 

.... ^wwotvlUa. 



...IroatoB. 



BanwrDb. 

...Fun OlliiHm. 

liwtno. 

...WanMbara. 
DoOnft 



wanea 
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Boowden, F.P 

SdtrMdtr, J. A .... 

Scutt, Addh M^... 
StocUiaiUL W. P... 
Slocum, M. 0....... 

8boiralwr.D.W.... 

8cr«lD,E. D _ , 

Soott, W. B„ - ^devclud. 

StrultuQ, U D,, Jr NonnlL 

Boboll, Heetof F. BMrar Dun. 

Bchwit*. J. K „.-OulnnibaB. 

SbIUvu. E. M. „ UrhtM. 

Huuuiwnv F. A _ ^CaMwaU. 

SchofUlw, J. N .ToMo. 

Shuniwar. C.Jr Aahlejr. 

SundMbnicb, A Cla d tiwui 

BaiUtSM, D. B „Weil Vakm. 

Byfrn, W n GDlnabtt, 

lluver, LoUh M .TaMo. 

T»ylw, E. ... «.-..-...- 

Tavlor, B. L . . 
rikUt. C. B „. 

Thnll. U. H. 

Tajtor, J. B Am 

Taylor, B I. 

TrMM, lau«....„... 

Trieia- tkn'l 

I'dubU.B.E 

Thknuiui, A. P... 



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J. D.. Jr 



Tyler, E. P. 
UrbamTbM 



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Cihp,C. A. 

DpMn. H.8 

Vatontimr. W-iir... 

VdanUuL F. B. 

Van HarUiwen, B. L. .,._TnM«. 

Van Dyka, r. M Ubawo*. I 

I VaMsElisafaalbl... 
I Van l>yk«. J. M . 

* vipH,u.a 

iVortkanp, B. H .. 
V(Mdar. J. O... 
Vafft.J.J 
WanM,ILl[.. _ , 
WalW.J.F KlebM^ 
Wall, O. W , Bfj««. 





BBPOBT OF SECHBTAST OF BTATI 



ASBmAHT PHABH1.0I8Te, BTO.— Contini 

Weill, Chat ZaocsTille. Wi«t«rniBD, San 

Werner. 0. J PainoaviUe. WhiteU, V. E.. 

West. J. P Bellaire Wiihee, N. A..., 

Wenger, F. D New Philadelphia. Wilkinson, 0. H 

Weiiner, J. E „ Hovtaville. Whiltaker, A. B 

Weatervelt, D. H Oolurabui, Wood, E. E 

Werner. L Cincinnati. Wood. M. W,„, 

Weil, John Pindlaj, Wolfe, C. J 

Westcotl, J. W Porrysburg. Woeaten, J. F.., 

Weatfall, A. L .Troy. Wolfe, J. A 

Weller, G. M Zanwville. W<if. -Nathan.., 

Wetteratroem, T Cincinnati. Woodward, Q... 

Wetteratroem, W. B Cincinnati. Wood, E. G .... 

Weyant, J, H Berlin townahip. Wolcott, F E.. 

Weidling, H Tiffin. Wooeter, Alma 

Weller, C.G DeOrafl, WurUbacher. I 

Weller, J. P DeGraff Yaeeer, Louis.. 

Wheeler, F. K Lima. YerUn. W. D .. 

Weidner, G. F Cuyahoga Falla. Young. L. A... 

Wright, E, S OlmBled FalU, Yonng. F. H ... 

WitBchner, M Tiffin. Zarborn.E 

WiUiama, O G Alliance, Zabo. A. H , 

WilliaiuB, C. C Northfleld. Zellera, Job. A . 

Wilder, J. G Logan. Zecher, L 

Witherstine. Elisabeth....'. Nova, Zigler, W A..., 

Whinery. w. F Babina. Zimmerman, C , 

Whitcomb. E Cleveland. Zimmerman, L, 

Whitait, P. B Columbus. ZilHox, D , 

Wiechena, H. P Portamouth, Zuber. Peter ... 

Wiaterman, Q. J Shane's Crossing. 



PHARMACISTS. •" 

MaMBB of PbBSOMS RsaiBTEBBD, WHO WEBK PBBVIOCBL' 

Fh,&kuacedtical Exxmihing Boabd of the 8ta 

FBOM PAYUBMT of THE REOISTBATIOK FBK, 

Adderley, W. H Cincinnati. DeLong, Alfred 

Armatrong, L. L.. " Eger. George.... 

Andrewa, J. A " Eaton, F. L...... 

Ayera. J. M " Eichberg, J. H , 

Bingel, Albert „ " Ellera, J. 

Boehmer, A. L " Egner, F , 

Benner, Pedro ..Carthage. Fabing, Jno 

Beile, O. Fred Cincinnati. Fratz, Jno. O „, 

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Burdsal, Sam'l " Fieber, G. A ... 

Crowther, F. A _ " Fallon, J, M .... 

Doerr, Ohae. A '* Priehmert, E..., 

Diehl, Chaa " Fennel, A 

Decker, G " Faust. Chaa 

Danieli, H. G " Fennel. C. T. P. 





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Frabuaoists, etc. — OoDtinued. 



WooBten, A. F CinciDDati. 

Welteratrone, A " 

Wagner. H " 

Wefifp, J D 

Wilfert, E " 

WilBon. Israel " 

WMttalcer, Jno " 



Wocher, C. P Oiacinnati. 

Wagner, Aug " 

Worthiogton, A. P " 

Yorston, M. M " 

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Rownfeld, E. A Cincinnati. 

Smith, H. C " 

Schnitker, A. E " 

Smedley, 0. W " 

Van Loon, W. C „ " 



BymeB, R M Cincinnati. 

Bain, Frank, M 

Diete, D. R •• 

Francio, J. H " 

Grothana, W. H '■ 



BLANK APPLICATION TO REGISTER AS PHARMACIST ON ACCOUNT 
OF OWNERSHIP. 



To the Ohio Board of Pharmaes : 

I bereb; make application For registration aa a Pharmacist, under the Uw rega- 
lating the practice of pharmacy in this State, passed Marcb 18, 1884 ; and I submit, 
n snpport of my application, the following affidavit. 

[Slgnalure of applicant.] 

The Suae of Ohio, "l 

COuntg, } 

Before me, the nnderaigned, a in and for said county and 

State, personally appeared the above aged years, 

who, being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says, that he was, on the 18th 
day ol March, 1881, the owner, part owner of a pharmacy or retail drug store, under 

the firm name of in in the connty 

of in thia State. 



Subacribed in my presence and w 



[Blgnktora ot ftppUcai 

□ to before roe this day of >.. 



(Norm.— If tbe spplleaat wa« the sole owner of > ph»nn«cr or retail drug store, the tvordi • put 

■ner, under the Hrm name of " ihall bentrloken ont; buttr henus member ot ft Bun, the 

or* ■■ owner," ahonld be BtrtcAeo out. Firnu cannot reglitar h luoh.] 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 543 



BLANK APPUCATION FOR PHARMACIST ON ACCOUNT OF HKING 

MANAGER OF A STORE. 

[Bluik No. 2.) 

To the Ohio Board of Pharmnqf : 

I hereby make spplkation for registration as a Pharmacist under the law rego* 
lating the practice of pharmacy in this State, passed March 18, 1SB4 : and 1 fiahmit, 
in sapport of my application, the following affidavit. 



tSlfDAtniv of applkmiit ) 
The Sffitf of Ohio, 



7/ Ohio, I 
County, ) 



Before me, the anderaigned, a in and for itaid county and 

> State, personally appeared theabote aged • ysars, 

who, being duly sworn aooording to law, deposes and says, that he was, on the 18tb 
day of March, 1884, in the employ and in charge as manager, and had the enper^ 
Tiaion and mansgement of the pharmacy or retail drag or chemical store, off 

. in in the county of 

i in this State. 

Saljecribed in my presence and sworn to before me tftls day of 1884. 



with thlA appUcatioD, the rtflitrmtloii tm of SKjOO ahoiild Im mdowd, paymMc to Um otdcr of 
PHiLir H. Bares. Secretary Ohio Board of Ffmimmej, Co:aaibiia. O. 



The SieUe (/ Ohio, 
(Vimfy, 






Before me, the undersigned, a • ^ in and for said county 

and State, pereonally appeared named in the within afl&daTil 

of who, being duly sworn aceording to law, depones and 

says, that said was, on the 18th day of March, 1884, in his 

employ and in charge as manager, and had the superriaion and management of the 

pharmacy or retail drag or chemical store of this attant in -, Id 

the county of In this State. 



Subscribed in my pfssen c e and swora to before me this day of 1884. 



644 RBPOBT OV IBOBITABT OV 8TATS. 

BLiLNK APFLIOATION AS ASSISTANT PHARIL 

CBfamk Na 8.] 

lb ihe OMo Board qf PkOmaeif: 

I hereby make application for registration as an Assistant Ph 
law regulating the praetice of pharmacy in thb State, passed Ma 
snbmity in sapport of mj appUeationi the following affidavit 



[Signature o 

The Slaisiif Okh, 



"* 1 

J' 



••.«• OmUift 

Before me, the nndersignedi a ^ in and 

State, penonallj appeared the aboye ~ 

sworn aooording to law, deposes and says, that he was, on the 

1S84) living in in the county of 

State; was of the age of eighteen yean; and had been empl 
three years preceding the passsge of the above law, as an assisi 
store, in the United States, in the compounding or dispensing 
preseriptions of physicians. 



[Signainre c 

Subscribed in my presmce and sworn to before me this 



With this applioAtion, the registration fee of $2^ shoald be encloaed, 
Philip H. Bbu€K, Seoietary Ohio Board of Pharmacy, Columbos, O. 



BLANK APPUOATION AS PHARMACIST ON ACC0UN1 

BY PERSON PREVIOUSLY REGISTEREI 

[Blank No. 1.] 

7b the Ohio Board of Pharmacy: 

1 hereby make application for registration as a Pharmacist, 
lating the practice of pharmacy in this State, passed March 18, 
in support of my application, the following affidavit. 



[Signature 

The State qf Ohio, ) 

Cbim4f. ) 

Before me» the undersigned, a in an( 

State, personally appeared the above 

who, being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says, tha 
day of March, 1884, the owner, part owner of a pharmacy or re 



SOCIAL 8TATI8nC8. 546 

the firm name of in in the conntj 

of in this State, and he further depoees and aaya that he was 

registered bj the Pharmaceatical Examining Board of this State, on the day 

of 18..., in accordance with the law then in force in this State. 



ISIsnatore of •ppHoaot) 
Sabecribed in mj preeenoe and awom to before me this day of 1884. 



CNon.— If the applioMit wm Um aole owner of a phanoacy or reull drag store, the wonle ** p«rt 

owner, under the Arm name of ** ihall be ttrieken oiu; but If he wm a aeaber of • Ann. the 

word ** owner.** nhould be itiicken out Firms cannot rrgister as auch.] 

With this application, the reflstiation fee of tSjOO should be enclosed, payable to the order of 
PBiLir H. BaccK.SecreUry Ohio Board o# Pharmacy. Columbus, Ohio. 



BLANK APPLICATION BY PERSONS PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED, TO REG- 
ISTER NOW AS PHARMACIST ON ACCOUNT OF MANAGING A STORE. 

(BUak No. «.] 
7b the Ohio Board iff Pharmacy: 

I hereby make application for registration as a Pharmacist, nqJer the law rego- 
lating the practice of pharmacy in this State, passed March 18, 1884 ; and I snbmit, 
in support of my application, the following afldavit 



(SIcnature of appUoaat) 
The SlaU (^ Ohio, 






Cowty, 

Before me, the undersigned, a in and for said coanty 

and State, penonally appeared the aboTe aged years, 

who, being daly sworn according to law, deposes and says, that he was oo the I8lh 
day of March, 1884, in the employ and In charge as manager, and had the snper> 
Tision and management of the pharmacy or retail drug or chemical store, of 

in in the coanty of 

in this State; and he farther deposes and says that he was registered by the 

Pharmaceatical Eiamining Board of this State, on the day o( , 188..., 

in ace irdance with the law then in force in this State. 



(SIgiiaiiirt of appUeaaL] 
Snbscribed in my presence anfl sworn to before me this day of 1884^ 



This applleaUoQ, property TtrtScd. ibonld Im reiorDad lo Tmuf B. Bbcck. Seerecary Ohio Board 
of Pharmary. OoIobInm, Oldo. 



86 MO. 




9M BCPOBT or SBCRBTABT Of SVAXM, 

BLANK APPLICATION A8 ASSISTANT BY PERSON 
EEGISTEBED. 

[Blank No. 7.J 
To the Ohio Board of Pharmaqf: 

I hereby make application for re^Btration aa an Anistant ] 
law regnlstinit the practice of pbarmac;^ in thia State, paased I 
Bobmit, in support ol mj application, the followioK affidavit. 

[aignatnn 

ne aale e^ Ohio, -I 

Cmmtii. } 

Before me, the nnderaigiied, a - i 

peraonallj appeared the above named 

who, being daly awom according to law, depoaea and aaja, tt 
March, 18S4, he waa a reaident of this State, and was of the i 
and bad been employed or engaged for three years precedi: 
above law as an Aasietant in a retail drag store in the Unit 
ponndinK and dupenaing of medicines on the prescripticins < 
further depoaea'and aaya that he was registered as an aasieti 

Pharmaceutical Examining Board of this State, on the i 

in accordance with the law then in force tn this Stat«. 

Snlwcribed fai my pr.4eenee and sworn to before me this .... 

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[Prom the AobiiaI Rtport of Hon. Bmil Kl«eew«tt«r, Aodllor of -Ute. 19M.] 



A GENERAL STATEMENT OP THE FINANCES FOR 1884. 

The balances in the Treasury to the credit of the several funds at 
the close of the fiscal year 1883, were as follows : 

General Revenue Fund 9618376 00 

Sinking Fond - 161,664 46 

Sute Common School Fnnd 6,084 81 

ToUl « $785,474 77 

ThA receipts into the Treasury during the year from all sources 

amounted to $iJS&lJBXt 86 



Total receipts, including balances 16.167367 63 

DisbursemeDts for same period 5,460,649 



Leaving cash balance in the Treasury November 15, 1884 9716,717 75 

The above balance is to the credit of the following 
funds, to-wit: 

General Revenue Fund $587,658 58 

Sinking Fund - 8U17 84 

Sute Common School Fund 47,746 88 

1716,717 75 



PUBLIC DEBTS IS OHIO-STATE AND LOCAL. 

THX PTSUC rex DSD DEBT OF THS STATE. 

On the 15th day of November, 1888, the public funded debt of the 

Sute was $4,5tt,515 00 

This sum consisted of the following loans : 

Loan payable after Dec. 81, 1866, bearing 6 % interest $S345jBR0 00 

July 1, 188*. bearing 4 % interest 860,000 00 

1885, " " 850,000 00 

1866, - " 875,000 00 

1887, '• '• 600,000 00 

1888. " 600,000 00 

C'Snal loan, not l>earing interest ~ « 1,665 00 



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BEPOBT OF BSCBETABV OF BTATK. 



The followiag redemptiona have been made 8inc« that 
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Loan payable July 1. 1B84, bearing 4 ^ interest SaWpOOO 00 

" after Dec 31, 188», bearing 6 ^ intereel 69,635 SI 

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Loan payable after Dec. 31, 1886, beariDg 6 <% interest S2,S7»,ai4 19 

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VALUATION Ot PROPERTY. 

The value of all taxable real estate and personal propel 
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Real estate in cities, towns and villages.. tl 

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Total Uxable valnes in 1884 $\ji 

Net increaae in the valoation as compared with 1888 

THE TAXES FOR 1885. 

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of $51,504,802.80) are as follows : 

FOR 8TATS PCBFOSSS. 

For General Revenne Fund (land ^ of amiU)- 

Sinking Fund (A of a mill) 

Common School Fond (Imill) 



Total for Statd purposes (S|V milla) ^. 



FOR COUMTT PUBFOBBS. 

For county expenses $2,800,761 51 

the poor 798,657 84 

bridges 2,072,863 71 

buildings 627,054 69 

roads 1,024,983 97 

payment of debts 808,888 49 

Total for county purposes $3,133,210 21 

Lo:al taxation as follows : 

For township expenses 81,121,694 20 

school and school-house 7^582,648 86 

city, town, and village taxes 7,358,472 85 

other special purposes 1,756,746 65 

Total township, city, school, and special taxes.. $17,819,562 56 
Total county and local taxes levied in 1884 



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Total levies made in 1884, for all purposes 
Per capita on dogs — sheep fund 






Total levies made in 1884 (including per capita dog tax for all 

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Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland....... 

Ashtabula..., 

Athens 

Auglaise ..... 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler.. 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clarke.. 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton ... 
Crawford .... 
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Darke 

Defiance .... 
Delaware.... 

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Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin .... 

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Greene 

Guernsey.... 
Hamilton.... 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison .... 

Henry.. 

Highland.... 

Hocking 

Holmes ...... 

Huron 

Jackson ...... 

Jefferson .... 



Lake 

Lawrence ... 
Licking ...... 



Amount. 



$113,804 
17,800 
11,695 
28,750 
53,845 

2,435 
182,543 
70,522 
32,650 
15,390 
14,304 
550 
59,445 
15,925 
91,100 
50,454 
45,970 
57,100 
16,790 

5,545 

4.300 
16,750 
15,935 

2,944 
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1,505 

26,145 

30,300 

104,652 

62,450 

878,084 

4.645 

7,105 

7,'666' 

252,368 

21,672 

4,412 

109,910 

33,417 

20,393 

6,746 

115,710 

164,301 

180,464 



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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 



Amount 



$35,060 

11,210 

1,900 

878 

41,005 

8,200 

1,256 

44,475 

3,220 

1,800 

58,795 

80,960 

62,076 

25,689 

864,768 

48,491 

9,600 

11,706 

69,588 



Total 



25,800 

237,810 

1,700 

11,780 

19,300 

35,466 

11,000 

21,726 

600 

12,580 

111,625 

48,460 

840,106 

60,624 



17,872 

84,795 

118,288 

108,856 

77,228 



8,488 
24,108 



$5,199,879 



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RAILROAD VALOATIOIt. 689 

MILE.VflE ASD VAI.HATIOS OF RAILROAD PROPERTY IN OHIO. AND 
TAX&i LEVIED THEREON FOR THE YEAR 1881, A8 REPORTED BY 
COUNTY AUDITORS. 




ATHiiJ.'t 
Sf«<.tC^ 



18.^*3 U 
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680 lEFOBT O 
HiUASK AXD TALUAnra or I 


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OlI10,«K!.-a 








HilM. 


1 


ConnUeB. 


1 

-s 


I 


1 




IM.U 
119.48 
121.87 
4fi.«i 
W.KO 
«5,H 
48-B6 
28 

SSM 
88 in 
aam 

lU-ttt 


880 
8B.40 
117.«a 

A.I8 
58.83 
iiM 
14.29 

8. 

441 

80.88 

S2 

8S.U 


60.91 
15888 
389.40 

50.77 
15883 
117,78 

67.85 

81. 

88.36 
I0U.08 

SO.Bi 
147.90 


»7ifi.oeo 

2,379,910 

2,788,758 

5.HI01 

1,431.907 

1,378.270 

437 919 

187,126 

377,880 

1,034,759 

84JH3 

1,262,090 










Mirion-!: "I":::;:::::. 






Mercer- 








Morrow 


51. 

9888 

BO 77 

62.S8 

«0S4 

«5.45 

M53 

37.88 

i2ioe 

50.44 
07.74 
II1.8K 
131.18 
118.83 
73.8» 
147.83 
43 54 
185. 
107.63 
187.59 
1180% 
54.82 
93.72 
6163 
8701 
H0.I5 
110.39 

nitm 

170.80 
76J>B 


4. 

man 
iM 

2003 
H.B2 
86.26 

4JJ3 
4.25 
27 52 
3»3 
7.26 
24.65 
21.14 
16.50 

80; 

2IJtl 
7.i4 
43. 
32 96 
37.1(J 
28.23 
7.62 
tt.53 
860 
12.75 
H()5 
21.89 
(>.60 
20.08 
10.93 


55. ' 
11584 
52^ 
82,88 
66.96 
131.71 
58.36 
42 13 
149 58 
54.37 
«.\00 
13«.61 
15^.27 
13.7,3:4 
HI.9H 
168.M 
50.78 
2^8. 
140.59 
224.69 
148,28 
62.44 
103.'*5 
T2 23 
W9.7ti 
6920 
132.28 
75.20 
19038 
87.48 


675,S77 

1,033,187 

102 998 

1AM),957 

ft9l>t46 

789381 

88.'>,7«5 

289,3 12 

l,84i,17l 

472,304 

625.475 

2,114,180 

977 726 

1,WB.206 

501.493 

1 ,.5.59,600 

664,970 

2,510,050 

1,227,783 

2,066,385 

1,5*3,633 

872,380 

1,184,953 

6i7,909 

930.102 

312,628 

1,938,506 

1,071,615 

1.758,085 

1,255,713 


Hobie..f. 


Paaldlng. 


Pickaway 

Pike-.... 


Preble - 

Patnam 




Sandaaky 

Scioto 

Seneca- 






TttBcarawaa- 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton- 






Wood 

Wyandot- 


Totals 


7,247.17 


1,675.01 


9,122.18 


f94,165,l»0 f 



Horgau GouDtr nporta do rallroadi. 



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



LANDS OWNED, 1883. 



Goonties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland.. 

Ashtabala.. 

Athens 

Auglaixe 

BelmonU 

Brown 

Bntler 

Carroll.. 

Chanipaiffn 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Cohinibiana ^ 

CoHh<K'ton .... 

Crawfonl 

Cuyaho((a 

Darke - 

I>e6anre..... 

Delaware 

Krie 

Fairfield- - 

Fnyelte - 

Franklin 

Fulton - 

(iallia.. 

Geanga -~ 

Greene « « 

vi Uv^i iiiM^y ................... 

Hamilt4>n «...» 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv « 

Highfand... 

H<K*king- 

H«i1mes 

Huron 

JarkNm 

•fenerfttn «.■••••»..«••.••••• 

Knox 

Ltke 

licking .... 

liOgau 

Ix>r:iin 

Lncaa 

Madiaon« 





Number of acres. 




S 


Cnltivated. 


Future. 

74,890 


! Woodland. 

1 


Lying 
waste. 


Total acn 
owned. 


87,689 


1 

86.037 


16340 


964.009 


115,382 


95,421 


1 55.949 


1,896 


198»I48 


134,796 


59,084 


i 52.567 


l),839 


948.786 


192,679 


148,018 


1 68.119 


8.898 


831.788 


51.809 


112 980 


56,803 


11369 


939.961 


192394 


13.092 


62.408 


1.673 


199,497 


100 H90 


181,881 


1 97.848 


8341 


888.760 


114.166 


83.894 


> 46.885 


11,079 


964378 


136,768 


S5.4H4 


28359 


10,987 


901.701 


63,515 


113.130 


43.471 


346 


990.469 


164.557 


34.213 


69 667 




980,487 


107.587 


40.931 


k8.168 


9,769 


179,446 


114.945 


54.266 


83,716 


18351 


991376 


113.976 


?.9,683 


88307 


9310 


914.786 


118.369 


10<».H71 


56.950 


6 292 


981.782 


91.H07 


142.510 


64.885 


3.142 


809344 


187.588 


34.24 L 


' 44,684 


9371 


918384 


100.609 


76.H21 


97.447 


SJM4 


908384 


904.741 


31.521 


81.966 


9,926 


397.454 


100,465 


lO.iiHO 


77.586 


897 


189,608 


103.354 


87.-i7l 


45.930 


1348 


989.908 


75,543 


95.973 


13.820 


8.845 


198,681 


119.490 


91.059 


46.277 


15.086 


971349 


tA.890 


88,761 


97314 


5310 


919,776 


142,599 


56.418 


80.716 


6.987 


986371 


116.885 


94363 


57,596 


6.718 


904.762 


63.889 


88311 


49.464 


18346 


916360 


61.908 


107,967 


40.882 


8398 


214.156 


183.087 


89.839 


86315 


6,489 


a0o.fHi9 


109.131 


138.933 


56.656 


2.028 


306.748 


69.510 


93.030 


13.142 


69,963 


176,645 


150.339 


52,897 


79.086 


8,449 


987,921 


119.873 


89.096 


60.096 


7.540 


996.606 


44.174 


192.253 


86,989 


18,994 


917340 


94.617 


6.048 


87,759 


9,176 


157.C85 


193,780 


112.932 


61,484 


5.989 


804.128 


1 49.216 


97387 


44.866 


8313 


194371 


188.495 


65,146 


63386 


8.679 


366314 


147.657 


77.484 


41349 


1.675 


268,668 


42.449 


liW.617 


40310 


19397 


909,066 


78.481 


72,676 


46.790 


4377 


991,468 


119,463 


123.254 


69.099 


1,195 


995341 


54A40 


3H.9I7 


18,768 


9.116 


114386 


46.994 


84.475 


46.151 


16.087 


148387 


151395 


173.675 


69.048 


9,689 


998350 


198.947 


44.491 


, 64,881 


8.087 


906386 


105.887 


105367 


40,645 


1346 


969386 


64.099 


6.056 


24395 


9,948 


97348 


86,967 


1C9,165 


96,789 


I38O 


994.161 



6M 



BBPOBV or BSOBSTABT OF tTATB. 



Lavdb Owvxd^ 1888— OontinQed. 



CkmntiM. 



Mahoning^ 

Marion 

Medina 

Meiga 
Meroar •••••••• 

Miaiiii. 

Monioo 

Montgomasy 

Moigan i 

MoiTow •••••«. 
Mnaldngnm . 

Noble ^ 

Ottawa. 

Baolding ...., 

Peny 

Pickaway-.... 

P ke 

Jrofiage 

Prebie «••..•• 

Patnam 

Btchland ...... 

BOBB 

Sandnaky .... 

Sdoto 

Seneca^ 

Shelby « 

Stark , 

Sammit 

Trumball 

Tascarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert .... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

WiUiams ...... 

Wood 

Wyandot .... 



• ..••.•.•••.......•.••■ 



.............. 



Number of acrea. 



ColtiTatod. 



Totals 



104;il8 

108.198 

106^ 

08.600 

116^1 

146.147 

88.888 

178,066 

61.980 

89.806 

1S0.983 

68,717 

60.684 

46.686 

97.060 

160.046 

66.766 

104379 

149.680 

116.197 

148.168 

189.873 

141.691 

61.636 

199,693 

167.436 

194.588 

167,766 

106,212 

128,665 

105.475 

102,782 

57.890 

114,215 

106,750 

188,618 

126.942 

152,816 

131.675 



Ptftore. 



78.815 
60,160 
75,978 
78,984 
16,048 
11,497 

VVyUCPD 

64.598 
181.400 

70.899 
884.485 
128.126 

16,702 
8.296 

68,626 
66,883 

129,008 
66,859 
16.022 
60.791 

107.924 
14,400 
83.557 
27,044 
25,5a5 
47,723 
64,546 

150,545 

110,6C6 
73.986 
13,687 

1.33,240 
35,864 

129,526 
56,145 
28,365 
15,196 
35,809 



Woodland. 



9 633,065 6,164.895 



44.006 
86,978 
88,088 
66,479 
70,664 
88.963 
66.317 
87,447 
60,147 
41.918 
67.744 
45,861 
25,834 
60398 
85,026 
85360 
80.480 
48344 
61.202 
73368 
68367 
90.050 
46377 
64,131 
6(),708 
55,838 
42,733 
30,406 
60.055 
59.122 
43,789 
75,903 
48,596 
33,252 
91,632 
58,256 
63,651 
81,694 
38.419 



4,4i44,868 



Lying 
waste. 



1,774 

690 

1.060 

8366 

2,781 
7,009 

10318 
1,426 

84.628 
8.870 
2,051 
7,241 
2336 
1,164 
7,737 
7391 
6,580 

10,845 
8,789 
8,149 

15,141 
8318 

17,014 
1,140 
3,677 
4,546 
6,165 
2319 

7315 

813 

4,543 

22,596 
6.957 

10,059 
6,076 
2,6.58 
2,337 
2,042 

584.054 



AGRICULTURAL 8TATIBTICS. 



695 



WHEAT, 1888. 



Coanti«ft. 



Adams 

Allen 

AshUiid 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Aaf^lalie » 

Belmont 

Brown 

But er ^ 

CanrolU 

Chani|»ai^ 

Clarke. 

Clermont 

Clinton. 

Columbiana 

CoshfM'ton 

Crawfonl «. 

Cuynho}^ 

Darke... 

Dedanoe. 

Delaware 

Krie 

Fairtteia 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia... 

Cieaajra 

Greene 

Guemwy 

Hamilton 

Hanr<N'k J- 

Hardin 

Harrifion « .; 

Henrv .J 

Highland .; 

Hockinfc ^ 

Holmes .i 

Huron 

Jackson >.. 

JefferMm. 

Knox 

Lake. 

Lawrence ^^ »j 

Licking «. 

Lcjgan I 

Lorain J 

Lucas.. 






o 



c 

< 



.' 



21,278 
27,414 

20,lb7 
I2,^<M 
32/^14 
2:i,«37 

46.484 

] 6.852 

61AM 

37."r3 

20.6* iH 

b7,737 

22,nii8 

3J;.'6» 

33/299 

11.467 

68,793 

24.922 

24.161 

lH,h6U 

60,181 

33.634 

48.181 

26,736 

'24 iMO 

12.710 

49.1(19 

16,728 

13,674 

49,699 

32.618 

14384 

23,374 

40,710 

12.486 

82.387 

83.928 

9618 

19446 

36 878 

7,342 

16.666 

46.096 

39 406 

21.7711 

14,304 



Wheat 






S a 



162,626 
268.936 
641,767 
222,1^66 

92.K97 
3O6.fr20 
294.934 
lb2.286 
439,:i22 
177,864 
472.8*47 
261.616 
146,442 
402.(>64 
242,876 
330.683 
465.484 
106.888 
821.629 
296,496 
226.2*20 
164.764 
384,967 
348.661 
642.146 
469.254 
191..M)1 

86.096 
612.-299 
l44,3^9 
168.996 
M3,l('6 
29^^,112 
163.612 
306,116 
278,662 
87,894 
468,118 
366.138 
66.169 
380.3fk6 
426.949 
67368 
180,013 
427 A49 
2ri,W« 
239.144 
217.662 



1^ 

t 

m 

9 






I 



7.17 

9.46 

12 67 

11.02 

7.61 

9.49 

11..VI 

7-23 

9.46 

11.22 

9.16 

7.06 

7.09 

10.«i6 

10.76 I 

9.94 

1398 

940 

14 33 

11.90 

9.« 

8.83 

lo.:i9 

11.26 
17.!8 

782 

6.77 
l(t.43 

9 18 
12.36 
10.<46 

a96 
11.37 
13.« 9 

6.84 

7.04 
14 14 
10.79 

6.09 
16.99 
11.90 

7 81 

7.W4 

9 28 

6.96 
10.98 
16.22 



c 
c •♦ 






I 



I 



1 



21.16S 

26,.Vi4 
63.o7h 

2 J, 02.') 
12,S;**i 
33.13 i 
26,0! 4 
23,69:> 
64.2<^ 
17.12? 
47.40.1 
36..-.«*3 
20.|.*,J 
8(»6i4 
22.598 
42,244 
34.445 
13.3^5 I 
66 2^7 i 
25,1.-. I 
23.432 
22.7 !0 t 
61.08:i 
34,74** 
66,710 
27.991 
27,647 ! 
8.414 ' 
61346 I 
17.886 
14.627 I 
46.b68 
88360 
14.233 
29.892 
40.642 
12.083 
33.388 
30;£60 
9.918 
19,330 
a^.042 
6.999 
17.102 
48.619 
38.488 
22.122 
16,840 






= X C 






i Z O 

;^ 18.762 

4967 

45,<A^ 

6316 

» « • • ■ ■ 

7.698 

6,416 

99 

2.949 

234 

27h 

2.496 

666 

19,764 

1.086 

261 

29,732 

2S 

37 

\M7i 

2.223 

140 

726 

6.111 

8.226 

16312 

620 

8.0l«3 

2.166 

40 

1367 

4 

16.4^8 
3.148 
6.748 

6.4.^7 
8.778 
3.862 
2,604 
8.113 

668 
1.682 

231 
6.170 

470 



696 



BSPOBT OF 8BGBBTABY OF STATE. 



Whkat, 1883— Concluded. 



Oonnties. 



Madison 

Mahoning .. 

Marion 

Medina 

Mei$^~ 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble.... 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway ... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky ... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Surk 

Summit 

Trumbull ... 
Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert ... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington , 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot ... 

Totals 



Wheat, 



tm 

o 

c 

c 

an 

«^ 



24,758 
14/204 
25.070 
23.377 
17,521 
30,147 
47,H2l 
19.221 
49,470 
17,457 
17,523 
32,294 
15,889 
16,ia5 
10,357 
17,221 
63,403 
13,354 
23,145 
4l,t>»>7 
29.H28 
38,717 
48,752 
47,7Hl 

ll,79t> 
H2,439 
3<>,545 
54,004 
29,9fV4 
14,203 
34.879 
2.">,H72 
24,337 
8.215 
35.122 
31,848 
59 032 
25,853 
32,9^)5 
25,104 



2,546,431 



s 

O 



OD 



9 ^ 



2Q 



220,189 
209,H27 
272,446 
355,4B4 
140,28« 
335,413 
t> 1 5,705 
183.474 
&H),922 
119,7U 
201,045 
2il,454 
132,540 
168,560 
85,310 
92,018 
564,698 
133,279 
318,261 
414,548 
300,373 
612,713 
442,287 
352,979 
113,748 
52t ).(.»: {7 
4l:i,l^w^> 
8.5.-1.718 
418,214 
131,748 
4.52.810 
207.158 
212.175 
46.394 
344,896 
281.674 
896,140 
433,182 
419.238 
293,477 



V 

D 



p. 



^ • 

> ^ 



27,169,738 



8.99 
14.75 
10.86 
15 20 

8 00 
11.12 
12.93 

9.54 

10.12 
6.86 

1147 
685 
8.34 

10.41 
8.24 
6.40 

10.57 
9.9S 

13.53 
9.96 

10 !o 

ir..82 
9.07 
7.39 
9.H5 

11.33 
15.H4 
14.95 

9 27 
1298 

8 07 

995 

6.65 

9.H0 

8.84 

15.18 

16.76 

12.70 

11.69 

10.67 



c 

ce * 



27.452 
15,272 
26,7(4 
22,4S3 
18,397 
30,570 
47,600 
23.954 
52 042 
16,9.0 
17,907 
33,403 
17,772 
13.*>89 
12,845 
17.515 
51,136 
14.4:4 
23 47 

3«),b93 
37,282 
47,170 
44,Ov6 
11,529 
65,118 
38.971 
55,992 
36,4SO 
13.879 
35,481 
24,646 
23,125 
9,840 
40,134 
33,159 
69,992 
27.311 
34.797 
30,433 



2,646,786 



S tt <^ 

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$24,095 

'*24.846 
7,708 

499 

8.766 
3.308 
9,686 
2,3a9 
18.234 
2,892 
80 

*T4,72*4 

240 

6.994 

28.308 

7,784 

*3,'283 

2,343 

182 

4.575 

234 

3(>6 

26.a39 

34,034 

21,587 

2,133 

12 

3,^56 

1,014 

24^50 

20,782 

116 

179 

13.113 

$566,421 



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AQRICDLTDRAL flTATiaTICB, 

COKN AND BROOM-OOBN, 1883. 


689 




Corn, 


Broom-corn. 


Couatiea. 


1 
i 

-1 


i 
{ 
'4 


1 

1 ■ 


1 
I 

1 

•< 


i 
i 


It 
III 


Adams 


30,281 
33,558 
28.786 
11,422 

15,375 
36,148 
24,971 
86,861 
64,387 
13,368 
46,072 
38,316 
84,803 
61,070 
17.268 


25,428 
32,313 
22,913 
»,241 
18,778 
36,860 
28,924 
37,681 
63,807 
12,211 
49.078 
36,608 
26.629 
51,217 
17,867 


620,607 

439,401 
246,560 
150,344 
4il2,088 
419,665 
998,263 
666,943 

2,158,561 
307,216 

1.162,691 

1,409.690 
762,427 

1,673,347 
386,100 
732,270 
478,826 
197,008 

1,«;l 1,482 
276.746 
627.259 
429.006 

1,590,349 

1.990,617 

2.268.600 
294,8M 
626,462 
101,967 

l,9a\042 
674,69) 
877,163 
560,443 
3i8.54B 
421,628 
341,892 

1,270,018 
367,460 
638,667 
477.887 
268,972 
607,901 
773,896 
102,552 
376,972 

1.229,283 
665,613 
258,997 
227,220 

1,630.760 


20.49 
13.09 
I0.3t 
13.16 
28.10 
11.61 
39.98 
2243 
39.67 
22.98 
25.02 
36.79 
22.28 
82.77 
22.33 
27.89 
16.63 
19.04 
24.53 
13.96 
17.84 
24.68 
30.19 
36.24 
39.20 
12.96 
22.62 
14.76 
39.23 
31.61 
36.99 
12.44 
9.08 
30.46 
14.08 
25.01 
25.20 
23.47 
17.40 

ao.'-,4 

27.22 
24.76 

18.66 
21.03 
27.80 
15.37 
16.42 
15.42 
30.61 


1 


BOO 




5 

6" 

10 

6 

12 

430 

18 

195 

14 

6 

12 

i 


4,600 

2.000 

4,000 
3.970 
2.105 
156.8H0 
8,446 
43,328 
2.500 
4,026 
1,380 

2ao 




















Oolmnbiana- 












10,346 
66.508 
19.836 
86.169 
17,380 
5!6B9 
66,493 
BB,048 
22.766 
23,360 
6,908 


8,179 
68,071 
20,374 
29,718 
16,430 
68.083 
41.6()7 
62,985 
2<M48 
18,647 

5,260 


4 

48 

Si 

21 

m" 

674 


1,600 
16,116 








1,000 
11,000 

*""ai,52o 

77.788 


fiie.. 






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11 

'4 ' 

64 

6Si 


1,460 

a'u 

28,850 
a.356 

200 

m 


QMBgn 






18,238 i {7,617 




HMCock 


44,246 
86,172 

i3.gi8 

24,364 
60.612 
14,580 
22.962 
37.461 
13J«5 
14,964 
81,271 
6,497 
18fll8 
■ 46,0*9 
86,792 
16.792 
14,731 
53,276 


43,442 

85,033 
11.660 
23,292 
61.323 
12,736 
21.146 
21,567 
11,714 
14,613 
28,606 
4,896 
16.032 
45,629 
36,566 
16,623 

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66,656 




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19 


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720 








14 

1 
7 

14 

7 
2 


8,876 

96 

8,600 

714 

4,060 
1,200 


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5 

10 


200 

6,000 


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OoMf AND BaooM-ooEif, 1888~OoQtinaed. 



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AORlcnLTtlUAL STATISTICa. 

RYE AND BARLEY, 1883. 



s 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

AshiHbula... 

Athena 

AnctlaiEe ..... 

Beknont 

Browa. 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign.. 

t-larke- 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Oolnmbiana 
CoahoctoQ... 
Crawford-... 
(^nj'ahogii ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Furfield 

FaTette ...... 

Franklin .... 

Fnlton 

Gallia 

Greene 

Gnemaey— .. 
Hamilton ... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

HighSmd ... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Jackson 

Jefferson .... 

l^L""".'.'.'. 
I^wrence .. 

IJckiD|{ 

Logan 

Lorain 



IfiKS 
8.942 
M41 
l,8ft4 
6,477 
8.976 

10,662 
1.306 
1.341 
2,096 
2.610 
2,224 

11,407 
606 



1.386 
11.606 
2,182 
231 fi 



1,762 
2,862 
2,116 
148 
1,281 
2,377 
8,226 



1,886 
7,666 
7JSI1 



2,611 
43,747 

6,688 

310 

48,028 

13,789 

1,770 



70 1 



BSPOBT OF 8BCRKTART OV STATB. 
Ryb and Barlky, 1883— Cuntinaed. 



Counties. 



Mahoning 

Marion^ 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Si o Die •«•••••«•• •• 

Ottawa 

Paulding » 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

PortJige 

Prrble « 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas^ 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne« 

Willinms 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals 



t-4 

a 

s 

2:00 



129 

34 

178 

109 

190 

18B 

270 

809 

61 

94 

869 

65 

1,706 

89 

182 

90 

92 

58 

150 

766 

307 

267 

413 

10 

186 
164 

76 
104 
126 

32 
782 

66 
287 
416 
123 

96 

4,681 

146 

33,438 



Rye. 



If ^ 



69 

28 
140 
152 
197 
146 
148 
279 

88 
113 
669 

66 

1,885 

161 

236 

87 
198 

29 

93 
1,106 
263 
290 
659 
8 
321 
230 
157 

97 
134 
141 

86 
760 

44 
189 
432 
163 

47 

4,361 

166 

37,099 



00 *> 



1,669 

370 
2,206 

716 
2,333 
2.507 
2.554 
8,600 

642 

731 
2,416 

644 
28,900 

709 
1,066 

782 

885 

467 

1.406 

10,873 

3,632 

795 
6,853 
39 
2.392 
2 172 
1,675 
1,234 

987 
1,468 

403 
7,936 

899 
2,548 
3,394 
1,476 
1.145 
69,076 
1,386 

895,801 



o 



a 
o 

02 

00 

< 



21 

97 

12 

270 

364 

2,591 

23 

4,642 

2 

11 

149 

7 

467 

51 

102 

674 

226 

26 

1,714 

31 

386 

281 

740 

396 

710 

2,128 

590 

70 

16 

133 

4 

46 

6 

6,869 



64 

58 

1,054 

32 

56,403 



Barley. 



is 

So 



11 

14 

23 

162 

1H8 

1,344 

25 

2,646 

4 



161 
13 

451 
'^9 
84 

674 
28 
22 

814 
22 

201 

105 

447 
73 

665 
1,558 

446 

83 

3 

102 



141 



8,906 
• 1 

44 
106 
637 

66 

86,879 



6S 

00 S 



1. 



599 




1,188 

688 

16,556 

624 

1,094,018 



ACItICDLTDRA.L STATIBTICB. 

BUCKWHEAT AND OATS, 1883. 



A'Ums 

Allen 

AnhUnil 

AHhUbnU 

AihriTfl 

Au)[Mie 

Celmont 

niiller 

f.irroll 

Uhanipalgn ... 

UUrke - 

Clermont 

Clinlnn 

Colnmblana.. 

CMtllOCtDll...... 

Crawlnrtl 

CilVHlinitit 

Uiirke 

I)iflitncfl ~ 

Delaware- '... 

hMe 

FairfleM 

F«ypUe 

Fmnklin 

>"iilt"n- 

GtllU 

(ireea* 

iivntimey . .... 



Hocklai... 
Ho1m««M.. 

jarkana ... 



IjivTvnce ., 



Mahooiiif - 
45 



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fi 




fs 










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8 


33 


lOl 


l,0»0 


m 


l.lttl 




R,(.M7 


37 


tr.K 


230 


I. MO 




713 


3B 


118 


48 


731 


111 


1.032 


49 


448 


M 


H7fi 


«7 


H4K 


111 


14tll 


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3.:iwi 




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70 


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SI 


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Md 


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117 


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741 


3.4»$ 


IS 


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118 


l.iui 


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410 


978 


381 


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US 


l.lll 


311 


187 


43 


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1(13 


1M4 


txo 


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1t.3l4 
7.383 

]3.4ril 
3.fi37 
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11.377 
3.0IW 

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14.TW 
11.734 

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I.O 

i.34l« ; 
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wjait I 
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4.743 I 
3.123 

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3.1H0 

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47.S0B 
308.63S 
MOJ93 
Ma,47V 

iK.ma 

StUOlU 
300,483 
1»*.W7 
lU.67a 

4ua>iit» 

WI.344 

7(I.AItl 
l77.hAH 

73,733 
ftn.t<H& 
18R.IW6 
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4XA.4(I3 
411.444 
S33,7A0 

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87«.41l ; 
178.168 I 

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IM.7M t 
1(3.743 : 
IA.7IU I 

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mtMO 

a4M4 

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374.6116 

isasiri 

33Htt< 
140.741 

86,407 
KOil.Tlin 
IIW.WS3 . 

8M,4(il 
4«1JM0 



a 
&" 



38ai 

Ifl.M 
•i3M 
31.60 
84 3« 
31.40 
17 41 
3K.74 
84.6II 
37 08 
43.M 
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31.78 
3144 
31168 
36 *J 
36.40 
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3137 
33.46 



87.37 
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81.17 
8149 
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31011 
4131 
14 M 
S3M7 
31 H3 
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11 :i 

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:«I87 
HIM 
:t3 73 



AGRI. Ui.TURAL STATISTICS. 
HE&DOWS A.ND CLOVER, 1888. 





Meadows (except 
clover). 


CIoTer. 


Coantieg. 




i 

■s 

1 


i 


1 

i 


1 
■s 


1 

li 

U 


AdwnB 


13,015 
16,004 
21.582 
53,626 
24,067 
11.984 
33,977 
18Ji09 

9,«5l 
39,437 
11.548 
13,264 
21.740 
13,572 
35.920 
30,438 
21.443 
39,144 
12,328 
13.201 
82.188 
10,104 
16.885 
13,536 
25311 
14,457 
18,216 
32,167 
11,540 
33,321 
16.274 
18,202 
20.407 
30,781 

8,243 
19,648 
14,883 
19,397 
33,304 
20.676 
S6.946 
35,769 
15,468 

B.K39 

18;224 
39,498 


11.788 
22,732 
33.167 
76571 
31.998 
16,852 
47.353 
16,462 
11.926 
38.483 
17,413 
20,399 
19,582 
18,849 
48,658 
36,614 
80,182 
52,007 
16,890 
17,860 
46,486 
15.943 
21,420 
14.547 
35,255 
19,886 
16,275 
45,872 
17.371 
42,167 
18,869 
26,068 
28,938 
43,54U 
11,821 
20,528 
14.610 
84.7BI 
44,607 
20.048 
84,103 
88.953 
19 957 
6,707 
57.592 
25,933 
68,603 


6^78 
5,994 

10,477 
3,834 
364 
6,371 
1,211 
9,104 

16.355 
3,284 

10,093 

11,685 
2,240 
5.216 

3,93(1 
7.016 

20.fill 

10,576 
6520 
4,699 

10,143 
3,610 
8,120 

10.775 

2,079 

699 

12.659 

640 

6004 

10.110 
4,488 
402 
7,130 
6.1 8J 
1.713 
B.029 
7523 
300 
2186 
6,885 
1,992 
2,431 
6,544 
7,866 
3,806 


2,363 
5,668 
9,315 
8,160 
4S9 
7598 
1,384 
1.500 
7.616 
3.606 
8.736 

11, en 

2. 165 

8,566 
7,914 
3,5 IH 
9,44S 
792 

11,776 

11,979 
5,881 
4,125 

11,336 
8.336 
6,!);« 

14,626 
1,083 
97rf 
6,984 
728 
7494 

IO,BTO 
4.140 
521 
8,8S5 
4,011 
1,199 

7.6;8 

8,422 
'141 
2.210 
7A69 

2,733 
916 
8,614 
8563 
4,577 


4,567 

4.021 

6,145 

2,ai2 

33 

5,343 

7fX) 

2o4 

8,118 

1,929 

8.534 

9,817 

218 

2,919 

3 453 
2,945 
9.311 

377 
8,773 
8,207 
8.980 
3.9J8 
15,308 

6.38 
5,936 
6.488 

108 

186 
6,632 

29^ 

224 
9,0,V5 
3,351 

190 
6,113 
3,225 

884 
7,255 
6,640 
4 
1,124 

4 746 
1,997 

134 
4.943 
5,562 
3,573 






416 


Ashland _ 


1,817 
340 
25 












724 












1,257 


Clarke ^.... 


2.356 
1,945 


aiolon 


'613 








827 


Cuvfibogft - 

Darke - 


170 

5,028 

830 




656 








293 


Fayette - 


515 




455 






GeanitB _ 


176 
2,786 








1,033 






Harrifwn 


4 

728 








113 


HoliiieB 


166 


jBckBon _ 


24 


Knox - 


291 

227 


Lawrence - 

Licking - 

J-ofW" - 

Lorain 


233 
831 
463 
108 



1 1 

■ 708 . KEPOBT OF 8SCBi:Ti.ar or stats. 1 
^M Meadows axo Clotkh, 1688— Cod tinned. 1 


H Countiea. ' 


Meadows (except 
clover). 


H 


i 


i 
1 


i 


ll 


LncBB 

MadiBon 

MflhoniBg 

Murion 

Medina 

M«JK-^-- 


83,489 

aO,OL4 
26,773 
19.4BB 
11,074 

7,7!W 
a4,3!fl 
10.1«l 
22.988 
32,912 
41.2U1 
24.fi38 

8.761 

8,761 
21,026 
16.672 

9,389 
3.^910 

7.619 
lt>.0tiij 
24.314 
16,245 
14.072 
11,675 
20,874 
10,824 
ao,7fi2 
22.925 
58,228 
83.373 
2S,761 
14,010 
13,928 
13,025 
3a,9fi0 
30,110 
1R,882 
19,244 
17,432 


16,1 10 
47.H91 

48,868 
29.fl47 
87.48fi 
83,078 
16,455 
10,6rt7 
86,512 
17,141 
30,7«0 
43,973 
51.P84 
33,681 
13,490 
11,787 
86.8^5 
14,094 

8,606 
62,699 

9,158 

aa,29i 

34,291 

14,026 
17.431 
12,189 
24.642 
13,271 
43,817 
85.^82 
73,982 
46.425 
38,161 
81,338 
] 4,273 
16,379 
40,722 
46.820 
23,129 
85,985 
88,208 


4,193 
2,754 
4.477 
6,017 

7,429 
1,463 

6,239 
15,880 
11337 

23.296 
2,647 
4.192 
8,960 
518 
3,0ti5 
3,410 
U»^5 
6,576 
1,174 
6,023 
21,909 
4,586 
10,159 
12.417 
6,537 
399 
16,397 
10,915 
14.074 
8,809 
1,703 
6,138 
3.826 
4.956 
268 
10.188 
6.4.^5 
13,647 
13,216 
6,866 
6,296 


6,307 
8,936 
5,836 
8.777 
9,660 

788 
7,634 
9.148 
1,408 
18,809 
3,593 
4.608 
2,478 

B05 
4.607 
3.859 
1JM8 
4,118 

■m 

6,025 
8,146 
4.894 
9,948 
8.964 
6,862 
686 
17.657 
7.488 
17,657 
11,310 
2,124 
7,386 
3,B26 
6,599 
'234 
6.1 IB 
3,764 
15,H70 
16,226 
7.538 
6,643 


Miami 


Mourcpe _ 








Ottawa 


Piciuiiiy' :!!!!".■.■"!'"! 


Portage - 


Pntnam 

Richland 


Sandnsky 

Scioto „ 


Shelby 

Stark.. 




TroDiiiuil 

Toflcarawu. 


Van Wert 






wsyne.. .....■;;::::::::■* 


Wifliamfl 


Wood _ 




1,880,670 


2,488,108 


669,178 


618,669 





AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 



709 



FLAX AND POTATOES, 1883. 



Coaoties. 



Adams .».. 

Allen .^ 

Ashluod ... 
AshubuU 
Athens ... . 
Aaglaise .. 
Belmont... 
Brown...... 

Bailer 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clarke 

Clermont .... 

Clinton 

Columbiana. 
Coahocion ... 
Crawfonl..... 
Cuyahoga.... 

Darke 

Defiance , 

Delaware .... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette. 

Franklin .... 

Fulton 

Oallia 

(ieaoga 

Greene 

Guernsey «. 
Hamilton ... 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison ^. 

H«iirv 

Highland ... 
Ho4*kiug .... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferskm 
Knox ...., 

lAke - 

I^wrence - 

Licking 

Logan.. 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison... 



»••••••! 



*•••• «•••»*! 



Flax. 



10 

410 

740 

1 



441 



169 



*o 

3 



70 
2.760 
8.699 

17 



8,764 



288 
497 



744 



2.679 
4^628 



60 
8 



97 
32 



434 

8 

926 

1 

76 

18 



2.962 
6<) 

7,876 

21 

694 

87 



8 

i 

8, 
100 I 



962 
266 



6,739 

1.618 

1 



28 
764 



6 

872 

4 

21 
6^13 



I 



136 
44 : 

16 I 
63 ' 



Ul(> 
273 
133 
426 



I 






a 

9 



2.00() 

&i2^iuo 



6.O0O 
94.000 



!0 

8,000 

66,880 



i 



10 

47 
7 

66 

861 I 11,000 
I 



8,000 • 



2.000 
1.057 



3,610 
169 



•••••••* ••••• 



Potatoes. 



I 

if 
< 



623 
1,182 
1,228 
2.263 

9^21 
1,429 
1.618 
1,914 
1,461 

671 
1.177 

4.468 
1.0r3 
1.682 
1.086 
1,4(;3 
6/189 
2,8U0 
1.091 
1.138 
3,260 
1.794 

4ttH 
2,691 
1,176 
1,300 
1.690 
1,184 

842 
6,127 
1.627 
1.618 



1.244 
1420 

1,166 
1,889 




I 



1.110 
1.0H8 
1,499 

960 
1.678 

874 
1.89) 
2.237 

646 



490 

908 
1,100 
1,«94 

918 
1.604 
1.344 
1.341 
1.260 

626 
1.223 
1,416 
2.661 

640 
l/»6 

908 
1.869 
8.783 
2,686 
1.060 

962 
8.278 
1.637 

807 
2,480 

848 

ifm 

1,809 

963 

761 

4^14 

1.441 

2.282 

880 

1,464 

834 



I 



1,067 
980 
878 

IJOBB 
931 

1.063 
666 

1,606 
720 

1.934 

2,101 
621 



« 
o 
00 



45,687 
131, .570 
132,461 
189.Ki6 

62.812 
12^^344 
216,169 
121.062 
146.H41 

K2.914 
140.339 
216,948 
289,969 

60,280 
181,-^)6 
l(r2,396 
1 60.2H9 
6H4.672 
803.930 
1 10.267 
112,406 
3H8.H93 
168,867 

47..VS6 
276.946 
133.684 
128.118 
163.492 
120.341 

90.676 
608.360 
161.769 

i:n.w)i 

63,4HV* 
123,874 

nn,998 

«7;j.v» 
i:n."«7 

163.728 

38,983 
132.ini 
118.379 
126,006 

66;^^6 
16H.139 

92.682 
206.16^ 
237.1 4V» 

74.836 



i 



S 



78.2 

1166 

107.2 

84.8 

68.2 

9f.6 

141.7 

63.2 

99.8 

128 6 

1192 

189.9 

66.0 

661 

114 6 

98.9 

1027 

110.9 

1086 

101.0 

98.8 

1193 

8H.6 

974 

106 6 
118.3 

9H6 

90.8 

106.1 

107 7 
99.1 

106 9 

VM«K 

121 .H 

9M.6 

Ii6 9 

63.4 

112.9 

117 9 

66.2 

1 19.11 

110.8 

H3.0 

68.0 

98.0 

106.0 

1084 

106.0 

116.8 




MUfk 

Namnit 

TiMcani'M. 

('utna 

Van Vftrt .. 



W«r»M, 

W»jrM„ 

WtRiMM-. 

Wood 

WraoilM. 





a 




K» 


M 


IW 




1.3^* 


l;w 


u>w 


4I3»0 


I.IM 




IM 


•10 


1373 








1^ 




MM 


MjM 


l.7*S 






S 


1MB 




i8 

717 






11* 














US 


417 


iioMi 


I.4B1 








s.-a? 1 




IjW 


WjOOO 


ijiie 










4 


140 




1^13 




930 












U.7M 1 


m.m 


3^I,M5 


132.673 



L*a IMS 



UM 

1.74I 



ACBICULTUBAL STATIBTICB, "U 

GBAPES AND WINE AND SWEET I'OTATOEa 



AlloS".?;.'.;."".' 

Aahlanil 

Ashtabula.... 

Athens 

A«wl«i« 

Belmont 

Brown — 

Batl«r 

CwtoIU 

Chamti«ign_. 

CUrke 

Clvrmont— 
Clinloa 
C»lnml.Ui» 
(>Mbocti>n..-. 

Crawford 

CnvahoKH.... 

Darke 

I>efliu)ce 

Erie 

Fairfldd ..... 

Farette 

Fmnklin 

Fnlton- 

Oallift 

'ieamc» 

Oreene 

Goemify 

Hamilbin .... 

ilarriaun~.... 

Hixb^d!!!!'. 

llockinK 

tlolnira 

Jackson 

Jeffi-rBon 

Uke .'!."!;..T 
l4WTenc« .... 
Licking... 

Ixtrain 



1,8M 



1.3 

II 



I, KM 
8.361 

4,(U9 
96,780 



4S,M« 

3.4W 

2.220 

2.430 

H.810 

D.440 

157,037 

100 

»,41ft 

11.776 

|ti.H2S 

l,&MJK» 

a.iw 

2.410 

4,880 
e7S.»J0 
81,243 

i.9ra 



48,200 
BOO 

8.0S0 
a»4,A«0 
4fl,fttO 
9«,tM 
IMO 
2,700 

4.»n 

5.4»l 

1.400 
1.W2 
1,2«> 
9,280 

a38.avi 

LSHO 
2t(»7 

7.060 
247.U10 
S98.04S 



a 


116 




276 


IX 


I3a6 




140 




304 


an 


I.40I 


bt 


2,iao 


2 


** 


16 


767 


2S 


1.7W 


m 


6.432 


ao 




2 


166 
36 


1 

4 


4«4 


37 




a 


an 


6 


74 


3M 


2.148 


38 


3,831 


8 


i,a6» 


117 


871 


40 


271 


a7 


1.T02 


36 


'a,isa 


« 


104 


213 


i3,a«) 


9 


477 


10 


272 


3 


1113 


2 


127 


34 


I.TCil 


4a 


a.«io 


4 


173 


6 


487 


8 


14» 


2 


as 


K 


A,'H«rt 


« 


216 


6 


7W 


16 


1.038 



REPOBT OF BBCBBTABT OF BTATB. 

Gbaph ahd Wink and Swart Potatdm— Gc«ic1nded. 





Grapes *nd wine. 




Coimliee. 


a 

5^ 


11 
If 

i! 


Is 


li 


1 


-0 

1 




1 

I8i 


i 

9 
Ui 

4" 

16} 
35 

'■!S 

»4 
4 
■ 13i 
4 
33 

18 

90 
18 

14 


n,iB5 

16,949 
25.77ti 

2,aio 

4,500 
1,149 

9.620 
1,800 

36.fl20 
1,330 
6,090 

13,357 

1,600 

1,594,178 

5373 

10,132 

6,660 

6.395 

700 

10,4iJ0 
1.650 
2,ia5 

17.721 

i&.9ao 

760 
21,235 

475 
18,845 
0,225 
3,790 
15,194 
13,375 
11, 3W) 
30,000 
3,685 
10,11)7 
52,397 
13,675 
17,100 
19,320 

6,191,072 


85 
105 
181 


2 

's 

3 
30 










8 
2i 
4 
4 
S 
A 




fe; 


590 


8,678 




29 

9 

107 

24 
I 

56 
4 
4 
7 

11 

18 

10 
1 

30 
3 


1.799 


Monroe 


347 
1,801 
16 
6 
31 
6 
60,240 

143" 


Montgomery 

Mor^n 


8,7C7 


1 
20 




6,29» 




Ottawa _ 

pAolding „ 

Perry 


93 

1 

H 


137 




1,120 






S 
20 

BO 
42 




3i 




Preble . . 






1 

3 

a 

2 
11 
1 

Si 








Robs 

Sandnsky 


afis 

183 

367 


9 
6 
30 
3 
2 
3 
3 
1 
3 
2 
3 
U 
63 
187 

14 

6 
B 
15 


1,127 
6W 

2,222 
454 


Seneca _ 

Shelby 

Stark _ „ 


18 
15 

3i 

20 
8 
38 
2»J 

a 

113 
9 

9,377 


701 


540 




2 

4 








1,585 

'306 

16 








Van Wert 






B 

3 
19 
11 

a!' 

2 






85 
90 
558 
35 
11 
2 

281,787 


4,B10 
17,373 
























1,490 


2.170 









AORtCDLTl'RAL BTATlbTICS. 
TOBACCO, MILK. BVTTEH AND CHKIBK. IMt. 





TobKM. 


UlU. 


BalMr. 


rbxM. 


CouQUn, 


J 

i 

•a 


t 

1 

•ss 

wano 
m 


i 


P 


1: 

1 

Sis 


il 
|i 

««! 
Ml 

'SS 

■0 


1, 


}fSr.=:.r-- 


7.7HI 
21. .10 

'is 

'S 
1 

s 

1U7,VA 

ivia 
»■•■■«» 

11*20 

B 

'S 

sS 
If 

rroM 

:;«« 

mail 

4.IU 

f'rOt 
i:nj«i 


si 

nnxiJ 

4.11.90 

»IM9 

-.«,#»! 
«T7«W 
«i6.W 

fc.T.rti 
«Mm 

in.ivi 

tltt.MI 

TM.VBI 

mMe 

.X1J81 

»•.:« 

US 

MUM 
tXtMX 
til 1*1 

Ma.va 

sf: 

ITT.Mt 
Mii.Mt 

si 




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l.ull;n> 




MAite -. 






VM 




^n?!^'.!'.!! ZZJ. 









JJ2"P^- 












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as 










'ii'.jin' 

SAtJ 




aiS?"-.:;:::::.::;;:;;;: 


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"K 


TTJJW 

iwMi 














t.iia" 

2.m 








S:E:E=^ 





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W 

MO 

ttm 

—in- 

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gl?-:::::::-:-.r: 


— 


■""iijini 


:::::::::::::■.: 


UM 


grtjM ~ - 







j«^l - 


<PSou 


a.vA/m 














lUHon _. 


„,. ..^... 

""i.iia 


'* 

IjKJJM 

If 

"liiMi 


■iiyM 


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JWh'*-!*- 


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f^^EE^ 


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w> 


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RBPOBT OP SECKBTARY OF 9TATK. 



Tobacco, Uilx. Buttbi 



D Cheebb, U8S— Contiau3d. 





TobMHl. 


.„». 


..,„. 


»„.. 


Countla. 


1 


1 

1 


Jl 
111 


ii 
p 


111 


ii 


h 

1^ 






M 


W),S6S 

IS 
3:3 

"if 

S 

1, SI* ,11 a 
nwt7 

10,M7 
M,9tt 


Sii! 

IS 

238.M2 
50T.7M 

«IR,4I9 




UWM 
















70 














22 




ISSsr—ri-r:: 






s 


uoa 


I.aiUH7 




% 


1-J& 
















i 


SZBTO 










IJSl 


1.7UJ 








itt^ 


iSS? 






M 


W 


MO 

900 






ii^ 










Nja* 


si,ii66«a 


9;!J3,i« 


49 ;f 0,fi74 


3,010306 


1.834.IM 


^a.». 





AORICULTUEAL BTATISTICS. 



7*5 



SORGHUM 1888, AND MAPLE 1884. 



Counties. 




Adams 

Alli-n 

ABhlmnd 

AsbUbala... 

Atheos.. 

AogUixe 

Belmont 

Brown 

Batler 

Carroll 

ChamiuiigQ^ 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coahocton .... 
Crawford^.... 
Cuyahoga .... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

GallU 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron , 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence...... 

Licking 

LoK*n 

Ix>rain 

Lucas 

Madison 



■ •• I 



•* i 



< 



198 


1 

2 


25 




19 




12 


878 


80 


47 


115 


15 


219 




291 





68 





69 




59 




52 




197 


875 


70 




85 


7 


44 


15 


49 


........... 


18 


1 


855 




^. 




20" 


•••• ••••• 


10 




126 




12 




84 1 




29 




578 


11 


' **84' ' 





-I 



289 
27 
24 
24 
5H 
39 

153 

130 
«iB 
22 

185 

68 

22 

1 

610 
84 

105 

20 

4 

9 



I" 



119 

8 

10 

88 



162 



28 



70 



!••••• 



18,149 
1,410 
2,547 
714 
6.029 
5,550 

19,799 
8,940 
8,925 
4^212 
5,278 
7,640 
7,708 
4,114 
1,882 
2,586 
2.960 
8M 

22.068 
8.028 
1,181 
1,188 
8,0«J 
l,9rt 
8.610 
8,266 

85.061 



8,462 
19.628 
1,287 
1JM8 
l,6«l 
8,798 
2,444 
8,687 
7.185 
2,662 
2.106 
10.442 
5,941 
1,178 



41,448 

1,481 

ljtt8 

1,684 

171 

742 



I 



I 



Maple in 1884. 



<3 



805 

891 

12,687 



88 

9341 

12,091 

669 

8,049 

99,668 

825 

466 

4.487 

7,585 

2,889 

40 

498 

2,861 

2(0 

548.611 

6,8U7 

95 

66 

4,829 

2,519 

826 

277 

1.688 



802 

2.947 

56.138 

268.677 

8,281 

1,193 

60 



I 



I 

c 
5 



48,268 
8.198 
8,923 
1,884 

11,781 



4,732 

21.065 

72,668 

187.767 

1,180 

10,591 

8,295 

2,135 

4,758 

1,802 

88,661 

60 

1,211 

29,123 

60,450 

1.715 

87.184 

61.730 

20,890 

4.191 

58327 

9380 

9300 

1.161 

1,146 

8328 

736 

866322 

26312 

836 






c 
o 



I Ji 



1.808 

8.962 

18.279 

19.267 

1.W7 

2.373 

],««8 

6m 

1,270 

472 

6,869 

48 

268 

7 426 

15.('68 

880 

8.637 

14.640 

8.726 

661 

12389 

1,070 

4,1V2 



1,189 

461 

106 

26.128 

5.748 

229 

814 

7,664 

2.486 

1389 

462 

8374 



\jm 


1382 ; 


888 


2.409 


7.605 


1.888 


27,924 , 


58896 


10.887 


101 ! 


IHK . 


43 


188: 


3,9K7 


1.807 


16.666 


46.169 


11.402 


44351 


40,868 


4.449 


8315 , 


9375 


12.664 


184.087 


100.066 


22.M^ 


57,948 


40.196 


8313 


285 


262 


74 


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200 


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l.TTI 

1S.233 
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8,427 
4,110 
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4,066 
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AOBICDLTURAL STATISTICS. 

BEES AND ECKjS, 1888. 



Adams .... 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

AngUixe 

Belmoat 

Butler 

Csrrnll _ ., 

ClBtke 

ClenuoDt, ... 
GlintoD 
Columbiaaa ... 

Coshoctiiti 

Crawford 

CuTahogA 

Darke 

Deflanco 

Delaware 

Erie- 

Fairfield 

Fajette _ 

Franklin 

FnltoD 

Gailia 

Geanga 

Greene ..... 

Gnemeej' 

Hamilton 

Hancock _ 

Harrison 

Henrj 

UiKhland 

Hocking.. 

Holmes _ 

Jackson 

Jefferson ~ 

Knox.. 

Uke 

lAwrence 

Licking 

Logui 

Lorain 



9,067 
l.l»6 
U7B 
1,490 
1,478 
1,0»4 
8,739 

1.304 

1.83] 
1,30S 
1,793 
M76 
1.2fifi 



2.*M 
1,813 
1,906 
1,094 
1,4IW 



3,8M 
3,993 
1,906 



2,786 
1,847 
1,684 



22,241 
40,476 
81,433 
17.781 
20,633 
37,873 
43,419 
34,348 
17,004 
36.669 
18,266 
16,616 



26,966 
9,707 
27,065 
34,803 



26,036 
14,676 
24,110 
37,470 
61,662 
18,646 
17,214 
36,118 

6,120 
18,476 
23,820 

7.745 



8,416 
14,834 
81,284 
21,870 
28,082 



3T3,6M 
3^347 
435,887 
837,166 
348,296 
443,032 
468,127 
R69,446 
410,139 
240,018 
838,614 
332,461 
881,966 
811,607 
647,067 
473,795 
488,069 
351,347 
639,929 
808,784 
408,896 
173,824 
644,287 
' 301,118 
630,648 
869,196 
862,413 
315,371 
436,966 
290,026 
267,986 
418,606 
867,874 
376,110 
854,119 
438,177 
327,636 
466,069 
408,957 
184,930 
388,696 
488,464 
104,888 
161,096 
681,609 



718 



BKPOBT OF 8KCRBTABY OF CITATB. 



BsBS AND Egos, 1883— God tiDued. 



Counties. 



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 



Bees. 



OQ 

> 



o 
B 

D 



Totals. 



782 
2,024 
1,189 
1,807 
1,066 
1,498 

713 
1,567 
1,105 
2,395 
1,504 
1.838 
1.907 
1,432 

474 

761 

766 
1,776 

529 
1,438 

785 
1.021 

l,3«l 
2,037 

1,380 

754 

2,064 

1,266 

1,429 

1,309 

1,552 

2,099 

1,365 

1,410 

706 

2.113 

1,761 

1,752 

1.575 

1,307 

1,350 



130,766 



Of 

a 
o 







Eggs. 



13,078 
88,764 
17,384 
20,823 
22,188 
26,397 

7,823 
27,989 

8,796 
22,535 
13,390 
17,771 
20,698 
19,228 

9,705 

6,285 

7.796 
22 891 

8.346 
22,320 
16,664 
14,372 
15,139 
24,377 
33,413 

7.027 
26,122 
12,712 
11,482 
18,319 
25,470 
18,560 
44.a56 
19,966 

6,746 
24,182 
19,846 
27,760 
25.354 
45,609 
15,071 



1,852,979 



CD 

a 

N 

o 

O 4» 

p ft 

55 



182.83:) 

837.207 

227,<)42 

412,141 

309,404 

306,618 

449,700 

876,670 

370,042 

474.143 

360,788 

462,010 

459.784 

897.683 

302;476 

116,825 

268,315 

447,806 

159,249 

375,855 

301,033 

458,322 

412,077 

335,083 

337,873 

147,013 

401,574 

338,198 

488,242 

254,302 

213,824 

867,017 

459,185 

414,224 

169,548 

365.809 

487,011 

490,469 

356,750 

333,982 

397,637 



s fozo 



100.217 
6,822 

ibjoo 



107,476 
8,534 

125,.V^5 

8,000 

46,200 

1,250 



>•••••«••••« 



■•••• • ••••••< 



!•««••••••••• 



31,627,915 



80,000 

410 

75,225 



269 

•••••••••••••a 

16,090 

'\lm 

29,100 
188,232 
111,512 

020 
24,813 
67,415 
34,000 
14,000 
90,000 

1,745,590 



AQBtCDLTUBAL STATISTICS. 

ORCHARDS, 1683. 



Adame- 

Allen 

Aahloiid 

AsliUbuU-. 

AtbeuB- 

AogHiw .... 
Belmnnt ~... 

Broirn - 

Bntler 

ChitoII - 

ObampaiBii 
CWke 
Clermont 
Cllaton. 
Co) am him A 
CoahoctoD... 
Cnwford .... 
CnjrahogA . .. 

Darke 

Deflmce — 
Delaware.... 

Erie 

FAirfieM 

Parette 

FrmnkliD -... 

Fulton - 

Gallia 

Unemse; .. 
UKtiiiltaii— .. 

Haf»lin 
HantMia 
Hmift . -.. 
Hliflilniid ... 

UockioK 

Uolniea 

Huron - 

JeffersoD.... 

Knos 

Uke. 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logaii 

Lneu 

HadiwD 

Hahoniot ■ 

MAricn 

HediiiA 




720 



BKPORT OF 8SCBETARY OF 8TATK. 



Orchards, 1883— Continued. 



Cjii 



Counties. 



Meigs 

Mercer- 

Miami 

Monroe - 

Montgomery ..... 

Morgan ^ 

Morrow - 

Muflkingnm 

IJoble -... 

Ottawa ~... 

Paulding -... 

Perry ~... 

Pickaway.. —. 

Pike ^... 

Portafse — .. 

Preble -.. 

PatUHm «... 

Richland «... 

Ross «... 

Sandusky «... 

8cioto« «... 

Seneca « «... 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot ^... 

ToUls 



S 

u 



00 






6,739 
2.183 
2,500 
6,924 
3,193 
6,068 
4,855 
7,220 
5,243 
3,477 
2,588 
3.368 
2,225 
3,963 
6,194 
1,893 
3,174 
8,083 
5,835 
4,598 
2,620 
5.989 
2,576 
6,829 
4,6.52 
6,200 
7,181 
2,747 
3,060 
2,807 
3,462 
13.688 
3,322 
5,045 
4,905 
3,076 



420,662 



Bushels produced in 1883. 



CO 

o 
CI. 



66,806 

64.320 

22.829 

57,360 

19,018 

18.240 

42,826 

26,246 

24,379 

55,216 

66,880 

8,110 

14,686 

41,534 

163,077 

7,335 

89,267 

43,062 

34.636 

124.236 

46,660 

93,683 

29,838 

91,938 

106,070 

132.062 

102,489 

46,407 

100,866 

16,476 

28,492 

75.546 

71,252 

164,611 

166,496 

34,789 



5,696,359 



OQ 



8,680 

70 

5 

3,967 

122 

8,073 

69 

28.917 

7,144 

6,746 

7 

4,192 

3,758 

10,611 

5.518 

10 

67 

20 

4,848 

351 

7,101 

161 

23,378 

2,822 

6,710 

51,696 

80 

222 

1,609 

866 

3,566 

4,809 

2 

269 

16 



a 



330 

205 

2,131 

464 

6,2oe» 

567 
162 

a57 

884 
892 
129 
286 
198 
424 
671 

1,299 
152 
277 
469 
272 
230 

1.183 
266 

2,9a5 
805 
773 
.541 
156 
479 
39 

4,075 
344 

1,077 
403 
563 
525 



541,242 74,943 






232 
1 

444 

112 
1,464 

125 
2 

176 
63 
38 
44 
51 
48 

181 
8 

224 

26 

8 

180 
34 
48 
86 
17 

456 
50 
41 

122 
61 

160 

62 

1,481 

190 

120 



176 
67 



9 



21,245 



106 



9 

63 

78 

46 

14 

161 

278 

108 

2 

50 

73 

19 

143 

18 

5 

5 

71 

i 
45 

16 

6 

264 

17 

73 

132 

32 

2 

6 

179 

10 

51 



55 

4 



9,024 



AGRICULTURAL BTATI8TIC8. 



721 



WOOL, MILCH OOAVS, STALLIONS, DOGS AND SHEEP. 1888. 




(^ountien. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashlan*! 

Anhiabula — 

AthenM 

Aa>rlaise 

liflniont 

Brown ~ 

Butler 

Camill ^ - 

Ohain(mign^.. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

CulnniUiana .. 

C<»Mhi»rt«>n 

Oawfonl 

CuyahoKa 

Ihirkr 

Dt'fiunce 

DeUwart* 

Erie 

Fairfield^ 

Fayette ; 

Franklin » 

Fult<»n i 

v.* Mia I A*» •••■••>••• 

Geati^^ I 

Greent» j 

Gnemser^ 

Hamilton 

HanoH*k ~ j 

Hardin ; 

Harnnon , 

Henrv -... 
Highland. 
Ho<'kinK .. 
Holmes ... 

Huron 

Jackson .. . 
Jefferson . 

Knox 

I-ake 

Liiwrenre. 
Lickinff ... 

Logmn 

Lorain .«.. . 
Lncss^^... 
MadisoD... 

46 



X 



..I 



74.318 
11H.23B 

170.089 
4H4.H06 

71.567 
818.:>49 

«7.17ti 

48 811 
7U.r44 
IH5.844 
31H,K98 

H2.H9H 
i:V),7HH 

75«» ^i5 
270.-^:W 

HU'MX 

♦•>i.n« 

1.'>5 8K3 

H9.3H4 
I48,:i26 
18H.H48 

59.«39 
127.»»M 
127.420 
9ia.7M) 

13313 

2I.S.ftV> 

254.181 

1,007 980 

48.fm 
130.15ft 
232.902 
227.057 
430.941 

4«.7Hll 
635,110 
872.199 
U)9.4H2 

15HI3 

L5403H« 

395.082 

238.601 

26.486 
868.868 



Milch I Sul 



I 



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cowa. , lions. 



■1" 



1 -■ 






a 
ir 
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8,979 
5.305 
7.812 

16,997 
.3 918 
6.107 
7.093 
5.:«6 
5.4M4 
5.74t» 
4.899 
f>.rtl« 
.VrtlK 
4.7K'» 
9.12>* 
6,K^•^ 
6.817 

12.J»16 
9,«»HI 
6.IW 
5.49»i 
.3.762 
7.296 

7.6<»7 
6.236 
4.2n7 

13.820 
5.6:^6 
5.M22 
4.955 
8.9:i2 
5.716 
4.793 
6.022 
6.661 
3.716 
6.947 
a680 
4J59 
4.740 
6.132 
3348 
2.2fM 
8.108 
5J2I6 

16.080 
8.697 
8,600 



I 



I 



I 






24 

'M 
41 
53 
10 
26 
64 
29 
2H 
32 
39 
47 
2>* 
29 
KS 
3 J 
40 
25 
59 
18 
44 
16 
i^ 
42 
54 
44 
15 
17 

:w 
:i2 

17 
49 
45 
60 
20 
89 
14 
42 
64 
9 
84 
46 

12 
1ft 
61 
49 
27 
18 




Sheep. 






2.980 

H«ai 

1.618 

1.717 

1.721 
2.145 
l.<tt8 
1.680 
1.828 
1.081 

767 
2,486 
2,605 
1,866 
1.786 

910 
l.< 



Killed hy do|pP. 



■52 



I S 



1.928 
2,;<09 
1.4»»2 

829 
1.529 
1.828 
2.8K7 

882 
2.991# 
1.796 
2.1HI 
2.42»i 
2.6K5 
206() 
3(>t8 
2.259 
2.0 A) 
l.ti77 
3.849 
1.K56 
1.820 

3h3 

3.ri:i5 

348 
841 
1.542 
2.425 
1.135 
1.T21 



I 






324 
196 
208 
a57 
287 
529 
615 
286 
286 
238 
296 
662 
169 

:iK4 

515 
.5:i7 
419 
296 
:iH2 
350 
404 
1<|K 
619 
189 
801 

:{02 

318 
140 
277 
2H5 
158 
529 
619 
277 
2H2 
455 
169 
173 
283 
476 
618 

99 

91 

695 

490 

266 



I 



.688 I 406 



> 

l.()7<) 
666 
797 

1.501 

941 
1.555 

2 48H 

l.OhS 
1.542 

802 ; 
1.19'2 ! 

2.15:) I 

594 i 
1.769 ' 
1.716 
l.KiH ' 
1.2HH ■ 
1.321 I 
1.657 
1.316 
l.OlM 

557 
1.68:i 

761 
2.H85 

932 

963 

551 
U13 

9e6 

581 
1.912 
1.706 

819 
I.07H 

1,233 

656 

645 

904 

1.637 

1.680 

1.188 

318 

192 

2.178 

1,610 

1.016 

7W 

1.470 



Injurod by 
dogs. 



c 

9 



185 
78 
148 
236 
241 
821 
42.3 
89 
246 
284 
373 
H49 
74 
2ol 
187 
35s 

2:J9 
272 
1K5 
166 
230 
UM 
662 
635 
445 
111 
160 
113 
225 
208 
101 
466 
392 
239 
234 
1U2 
147 
454 
179 
180 
161 
861 
29 
42 
678 
709 
184 
196 
691 



i ^ 



I 



I 



484 
213 
811 

432 
398 
684 
20ft 
419 
668 
420 

1.16H 
174 
495 
895 
617 
441 
667 
362 
270 
606 
160 

1323 
681 



288 
246 

676 
489 
211 
840 
701 
877 



220 
1,182 
866 
845 
297 



84 
6ft 

2,828 
767 



671 



722 BBPOBT OP BKCBETABY OV BTATE. 

Wool, Hilcb Cows, SrAujOHa, Dogi akd Bbxip, 18SS— Ooi 



|i 



Shi 



Mahoninn — . 

MKrioD 

Uedina 



Uonroe 

yiontgomory . 

Morgnn 

Morrow 

UnakinKnm .. 

Noble _... 

OtUwa 

Fanldmg 

Peiry 

foTtaE« 

Preble 

Putnam 

Bichland 

Sandusky 

Seneca 

Shelby 

eurk 

Bammit - 

Trumbull 

TuscamwoB ... 

Union 

Van Wert 



WflfihinKton. 

Wayne 

WilliamB 

WochI„ 

Wyandot 



384.145 
301.439 
24J,410 
47,879 
50,»61 
213,S3Z 
37.453 
639,720 
723,873 
839,flB0 
&I1,763 
56,0n 
&!i,eT5 
a83,i*48 
60,48A 
89,440 
827,095 

4fj,710 
aiH,2iU 

64,117 
ia*i,45S 

ia,«!ij 

325,!«7 
(}8,T00 
2Bl,R4i4 
100,721 

ait8,i2fl 

4fie,2!42 
461,240 

6a,09« 
207.351 

79,ti75 
469,594 
209,491 
152,017 

«9,616 



8,404 
e.!«05 
4,H51 
6,234 
8,135 
5,402 
3,316 
3,125 
4.4M 
4,452 
2,584 
14.153 
5,100 
5.828 
S.023 
Mfi7 
fi,6HH 
2.794 
8.298 
5.770 
11,275 
12,«1« 
15.318 
i),7lfi 
4,^fja 
5.401 
2,739 
4,951 



2.257 
2,486 
2,609 
4.041 



8,508 
1,804 
2,440 
2,262 



1,082 I 
1,129 
2,273 I 
2.407 , 
1,511 

1,867 ; 

a,fll7 
a,7liH 
1.730 
2.238 ' 
1,312 
2,140 

3,024 ; 

3,283 
1.756 ■ 



Totale 24,346,109 676,147 



160.072 30,327' 104,622 



AOBICULTDRAL STATISTICa. 723 

DOUEBTIC ANIMALS— HORSES AND CATTLE. 

SUttment eshibitiDg th« Diiinb«T ot hotMa. cattle, mnin, sh««p uid hogi retaroMl 
to the Auditor of BUte'e office by the Bevenl Coanty Aaditan, for the jeua 
1B83 >nd 1884. 



Nnniber of boraee. 



Kiimber of Mttle. 



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AHliiul'ula-... 

Aiiitlaiie 

Belmant- 

Brown -| 

Bntlrr_ I 

Uamill - 

UliuniiaJKn ~ 

rUrk.-. I 

Clivmunl -' 

Clinlnn [ 

OolniBliiKna 

Hark.- ' 

Draanci' 

IMaware _< 

Krif J 

Faiffift.1 ' 

hyfTic t 

Fraaklin -! 

Fult-m _ 

liallia -. 

timiica _| 



llanlin 

Harriaon .. 

Henrr 

HiKhland.. 



8,«3H 
7.B72 

4.KM 
7 2*3 
t>.31l 
7.HIT 

h.HM 

H.T63 



8.33H 
M,7iW 
4,IL-U 
7.4aJl 
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7.l*Ht ; 

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m.tOT : 


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iD.im 


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M3.:i4» 


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7.7lil» 1 


ai:U13 


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ft,W» 


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tl.070 


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REPORT OF SSCRBTARY OF STATB. 



H0B8IS AND Cattle — Continoed. 



Coanties. 



Mahoning 
Marion 



Medina 

Mei^ 

Mercer 

Miami„ 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingom .. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

W^ashington . 

W^ayne 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 



Number of horaes. 



Number, 
1888. 



Totals 



7,956 
7,812 
7,810 

4,886 
7,9TZ 

11,096 
5,152 

13,521 
6,378 
7,341 

10,771 
5,329 
4,918 
4,067 
5,048 
9,859 
4,464 
8,094 
9,211 
6,968 
9,642 

10,478 
8,602 
4,819 

10,192 

*8,308 

13,467 
8,762 

10,513 
8 408 
8,455 
6,791 
2,975 
9,216 
7,770 

11,075 
7,089 

10,172 
6,888 



Number, 
1884. 



715,9S6 



8,112 
7,494 
7,874 
4,901 
7,250 

11,187 
6,112 

14,538 
5,591 
7,364 

10,469 
5,379 
5,092 
4,242 
5,335 

10,294 
4,291 
9,447 
9,310 
6,646 
9,681 

10,603 
8,460 
4,645 
9,996 
«,196 

13,425 
9,215 

1();733 
8,770 
8,646 
6,695 
2,7r>9 
9,031 
7,411 

11,335 
6,977 
9,636 
6,968 



736,191 



Value, 
1884. 



637,616 

630,690 

506,064 

276,799 

373,570 

861,551 

243,467 

980,734 

378,285 

554,636 

738,2(U 

276,694 

251,678 

155,665 

333,758 

677,240 

297,551 

619,908 

706.731 

a57,940 

656.179 

741,266 

434,278 

277,469 

551,450 

551,473 

1,050,380 

«39,912 

553,620 

416,486 

663,105 

373,857 

151,940 

6.54,907 

476,622 

891,335 

330,993 

453.860 

449,271 



Number of cattle. 



Number, 
1883. 



$45,692,292 



18,519 
16,770 
21,731 
11,896 
16,220 
16,746 
16,206 
18,670 
13,684 
16,228 
26,288 
16,266 
8,407 
8,304 
9,632 
20,124 
9,083 
27,174 
15,764 
16,229 
20,391 
22,267 
14,106 
11,163 
18,545 
14.512 
29,369 
22,419 
38,253 
23,802 
16,204 
14,434 
9,197 
12,979 
19,840 
27,266 
15.166 
18,066 
13,490 



1,536,048 



Number, 
1884. 



20,470 
15,236 
22,085 
18.714 
16,498 
16,601 
18,987 
20,815 
16,207 
15,669 
28,310 
17,534 

8,483 

8,760 
15,235 
22,610 

9,168 
30,336 
16,157 
15,971 
20,603 
21,496 
14,394 
12,038 
18,959 
14.767 
28,668 
23,517 
40,295 
25,126 
14,809 
14,844 

9,405 
14,108 
21,877 
27,901 
16,020 
17,543 
14,284 



1,608,223 



Value, 
1884. 



507,236 
296,282 
441,700 
267,880 
187,800 
862,457 
261,637 
4'24,2H6 
302,247 
300,286 
551,482 
262,479 
107,843 
96,971 
287,029 
569,350 
212,854 
732,901 
369,667 
201,330 
338,223 
600,409 
182,044 
232,194 
266,143 
260,649 
695,165 
488,676 
816,940 
301,930 
343,968 
233,300 
186,934 
375,244 
392.460 
615,676 
180,170 
253,000 
272,067 

$31,864,217 



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AGRICULTURAL 8TATIBTIC8. 



727 



DOMESTIC ANIMALS DIED FROM DISEASES, 1883. 



Coanties. 



Adams ~ - 

Allen^ ~ 

AahUnd 

AshUhala 

Athens ~ ■ 

AoffUixe 

Belmont 

Brown - 

Bntler ^ 

Ciirrull « 

Champaif^ ..^ 

Clarke 

Clermont -...^ 

^iinion M •••••••• 

Columbiana.^ 

Coshocton 

Crawionl 

Cuyahogs ...- 

Darke 

I>efiam*e 

Delnware 

Erie 

FairfliM 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Gallia 

Greene » ^ 

Hamilton » 

Hancock 

aamson •• 

Henrv ., 

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Hocking « 

Holmes.. 

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Jackson « 

Jefferson »...• 

Knox 

Lake 

Ijiwrence...... 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lai*as 

Mahoning ...m 

Manon « • .... 

Meigs » 




Khoep. 



Cattle. 



Horses. 



547 

4,418 

501 

301 

198 

10,034 

305 

1.171 

5,1 H9 

155 

2.350 

1,147 

l.rtti<: 

4.4HO 

177 

309 

1.0fi5 

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99 

1.042 

4.159 

3.7K2 

8.t>44 

383 

104 

ti,98l) 

223 

1.34H 

8.783 

4.207 

187 

2.289 

l.tM 

380 

492 

245 

201 

188 

629 

53 

404 

6H3 

2.452 

1H8 

571 

8.082 

278 

2,344 



140 



$2.rtl4 

1K.H42 

1.943 

2.737 

43.931 
1.HH2 
4.94t) 

34.24H 
930 

10.778 
7,185 
H.259 

2H.484 
1.100 
1 .H22 
4.8Hrt 
2.274 

27/210 

5..>|rt 

2.350 

842 

5.21 1 

I9.5i>« 

17.995 

10.054 

1.844 

751 

37.1 2« 

859 

5.ft70 

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14.259 

798 

8.511 

8.084 I 

2.153 ; 

2.004 I 

1.354 . 

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909 

1.983 

383 

l.«U9 

4.124 

9.H52 

1.278 

3.5H2 

14351 

1.<9l 

9.078 

t,t»3 

744 



941 

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1.4»4 

2.758 

2,802 

734 

5,793 

892 

471 

908 

410 

Tf)4 

937 

3,051 

3.«40 

1.440 

1.337 

241 

4H7 

5.492 

712 

8H2 

H28 

1,779 

1.1H8 

881 

2,480 

509 

9,8:i2 

288 

2.015 

3.930 

7.fIiW 

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10187 
2,027 
1.21H 
1,815 

851 
8,422 
8,522 
14108 

482 

11.2H0 

5308 

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872 
1352 
2331 
2,775 
1,497 
2,181 






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1.ti42 

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8.381 
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1.824 
14 113 
2,544 
2.899 
8,823 
2.251 
1 .325 
1.888 
2.849 
7.022 
8.:iK2 
3.481 
3;WH 
898 

10.531 
1.721 
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2.19.1 
4.820 
2.841 
1.819 
4.934 
1.828 

19.893 

722 

5.427 

9.122 

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1.230 
8.993 
4.754 
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1.821 
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14 540 
3.74H 
1.199 

24.997 

n.(V)4 
8.892 
958 
5,745 
8.470 
4.394 
4.368 
6318 



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207 
445 
482 
i:i5 
251 
324 
247 
281 
188 
170 
18.H 
215 
150 
274 
218 
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214 
472 

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241 
1(» 
312 
141 
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152 
2.58 
331 
197 
215 
82 

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379 
174 
301 
302 
140 
230 
221 
203 
148 
278 
70 
184 
348 
255 
814 

tus 

185 
306 
202 
204 
269 



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5.385 
5.850 

11.982 
2.450 
5.774 

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4.927 
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4.W3 
5.223 
5.237 
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4.947 
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4.993 
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4.98:* 
7.107 
3.523 
9.28:j 
5.748 
9.431 
4.147 
4,944 
9.450 
4.144 
4.892 
3.522 
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8.884 
4.947 
7.017 
7.294 
3.095 
4.863 
4 532 
3382 
8,767 
4.953 
2.437 
3361 
10.139 
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145 
114 
135 

53 
153 
183 
171 
219 

44 
111 

70 
148 

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122 
87 
1'24 
138 
258 
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70 
155 
111 
240 
124 

111 

47 

166 

87 

124 

170 

247 

91 

186 

148 

61 

108 

1-22 

71 

89 

114 

36 

84 

206 

151 

115 

138 

194 

129 

210 

128 

79 



14.802 

12,864 
9.886 
9.566 
8385 

11,898 

10.090 

11.021 

14399 
4,289 

14,090 
4,806 

12,207 
9,221 

10,046 
8377 

10.828 
9.100 

19.116 
9.063 

15,286 
6,920 

11.711 
9.148 

19.413 

10.846 
8,791 
5366 

13,170 
7.211 
7,980 

14306 

19.460 
8346 

11312 
9,861 
8388 

10.110 
8.796 
3.910 
7.459 
9.886 
2.888 
6360 

17.766 

13388 
9.200 
7367 

20.166 
9369 

22J00 

12.867 
4396 



BBPOBT OF BBCBBTABT OF 8TATB. 
DoiiBno Ahihals Dhd fbom Dukisbb, 16% — Continned. 





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8,209 
8,168 
376 
4,702 

loe 

627 
845 
284 
508 

2,130 
176 

1,5«7 

m 

27fi 

S,B93 

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3,M« 

589 

672 

2,081 

10,886 

614 

845 

320 

ai6 

4339 

4,1!)8 

124 

4.751 

34ti 

8«a 

46<i 
1,820 
i;682 


$10,061 

18.203 
2,014 

27,500 
52B 
2,298 
1.884 
1,426 
1,870 
5,539 
932 
9.890 
1.938 
1,742 

34,683 

21,640 
2,614 

16.820 
8,715 
2.125 
8,012 

62,772 
8,167 
2,193 
3,253 
I,HS3 

18,2fiH 

ii.ya7 

612 
35,(187 
1,7.t5 
3,737 
2,054 
6,«8 
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300 

452 

8,172 

370 

a.5»6 

6,598 
6.651 
5,806 
570 
462 
2,314 
529 
1,464 

474 
661 
2.204 
787 

766 

416 
1,838 

518 
1,634 

942 
4.716 
3,934 
7,772 

631 
2,275 

725 
3.828 
1,846 

Haa 
i.ma 

2,343 


$ 624 

I.B11 

7.006 
l.lSl 
7,fl»l 
14,567 
11,791 
13,626 
1.302 
1,020 
5,498 
739 
3Ji83 
4,ft4fl 
2,068 
1,622 
6,415 
2,337 
1,627 
^^ 
3,107 
1,646 
4.242 
2,993 
12,206 
8,868 
17.422 
1,H6I 
5,226 

a,.i2i 

9,900 
3.761 

Ifiii 

6,144 
$461,281 


JU6 

261 
252 
433 
133 
293 
436 
2W 
185 
490 
166 
206 
147 
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184 
252 
247 
343 
144 

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297 
260 
340 

384 
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2.S8 
369 
102 
235 
292 
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171 
296 

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$8,973 
6,463 
4.794 

3;33e 

4,733 

7,214 
6,107 
3,207 
8,079 
3,428 
6,59* 
3,068 

12,653 
5,544 
5.539 
5,638 
8,1*5 
3,860 
4;005 
6.362 
ft,994 
7,880 
fl,M0 

14,709 
6.942 
5,766 
7.449 
1,913 
7,657 
6.494 
7,977 
4.249 
6,.581 
4,SM 


126 
169 

96 
371 

60 
111 
172 

95 
126 
266 

62 
133 
111 
116 
141 
148 
228 
167 
110 
119 
170 
165 
188 
132 
155 
121 
257 
20» 

71 
148 
167 
194 

97 
226 
136 


« 6,836 






Mani^merj^ 

Morgan „ 

Morrow 


16,403 
4,220 
9,761 

11,646 


OtUw» - 

PaaldiDK 


7,816 
16.990 
5,003 










6,185 




Putnam - 

Richland 

Bom ^ 


12,370 
12.190 
13,850 
6.619 
7.766 
19,935 
10,110 
18^30 
12,016 




Beneca - 

Shelby „ 

SUrk' - 

Summit. „ 




9,473 
26,446 
12,822 


Van \Vtin...Z..".. 






11,429 

10,847 
21,080 
8,260 
16,045 


Washinirton 

Wayne 


Wood 






Toule- 


15>l,t)4fi 


$753,243 


190,971 


22.849 


$544,968 


18,230 


1953,638 



AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. 



7S9 



Counties. 



AdAms 

Allen ~ 

ABhlsnd^ 

ABhUbala 

Athens 

Anglsixe 

Belmont. 

Brown 

Bntler 

CtfTOll 

ChAmpaisn .... 

CUrke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Colnmbians .. 
Coshocton...... 

Crmwford 

Cuyahoga ...... 

Darke. 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie- 

Fairfield. 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia- 

Geaoga 

Greene 

Quemaey ..... 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harriaon 

Henrr 

Highland 

Hocking. 

Holmee 

Huron 

Jackson. 

Jefferson 

Rnoz 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan. 

Lorain 

Locaa. 

Madiaon. 

Mahoning..... 
Marion 



L0eBE8 BY FLOODS. 



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t886 00 



80 00 

aoioo' 



Grain, etc 



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2,8S0 00 

200 00 

8,M8 00 

8,260 00 



H oos ei, etc. 



$28,620 00 



6^11 00 



82,480 00 
62,666 00 



Fences, etc. 



$12,188 00 
10 00 



1,116 00 
8,880 00 



4,170 00 
2,864 00 



446 00 



7,266 00 
866 00 



27.676 00 



8,662 00 



20 00 



1,220 00 

10 00 

126 (JO 

164 00 



726 00 



176 00 
lUO 00 



60 00 
260 00 



240 00 
2,6060) 



1,148 00 



18,608 00 



14,629 00 



160 00 

86 00 

16,870 00 



160 00 

1,428 00 

42,460 00 



1,142 00 
887.267 UO 



146 00 
812 00 



2,200 00 

706 00 

1,260 00 



126 00 
175 00 



146 00 

1.086 00 

ISO 00 



880 00 

60 00 

16,176 00 

100 00 



82,146 00 



6,767 00 
260 00 



2^81 00 

286 00 

87 00 

16 00 

70 00 

180 00 

&t7 00 

25 00 

64 00 

600 00 



18,278 00 

20 00 

8 00 

4.088 00 

17315 00 



120 00 

186 00 

1,566 00 

60 00 

1,020 00 

25 00 

6,018 00 

100 00 



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876 00 



10,5a 00 



78.180 00 



1,060 00 
40 00 
40 00 



60 00 
175 00 
880 00 



280 00 



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2,808 00 



420 00 



14,242 00 



6,206 00 



88,880 00 



12.825 00 



12,928 00 



50 00 
230 00 
665 00 



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18,724 00 



4,290 00 



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308 00 
363 00 


4,682 00 


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1»J00 






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1^56 00 
12,714 00 






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90 00 
867 00 


7,600 00 

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36,566 00 




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135 00 
120 00 

68 00 


106 00 

266 00 

3,100 00 

2,766 00 


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1,802 00 

ao,ao7 00 

6,440 00 


6,475 f* 






5,317 00 

100 00 


99.706 00 












200 00 
900 00 


















$36,466 00 


$280,230 00 









MANUFACTURING AND BUILDING STATISTICS. 



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BBPOBT OF 8B0BBTABT OF BTATB. 



MANXTFAoruRn OF Ibom— Oontiiiued. 



Connties. 


Stoves and hollow- 
ware. 




Spikes and railroad 
chain. 


.a 

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f 

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2 

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Tons 
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Tons 
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Tons 
made. 


Tons 
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Iron- 
tons 
made. 


Steel- 
tons 
made. 


Tons 
made. 


Value. 


Athens _ 








6,000 


400 

58 

675 








• 500 


Anirlalze 














7400 


Belmont 


770 


22,119 




400 






25 


700 


Brown ^ 








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500 


ChRmDAlflm 




. 






200 










CTIermont 
















IJLOO 


r!olnmbi&na 


1,900 








1,486 

1,280 

600 








147.000 


Praivford —..... 


• ••••* •••••« 












Dpflance 
















80000 


Di^lAWB.rc 
















10,000 
1,000 


Erie 


















Fairfield 


















1,200 
193^900 


Franklin 


2,780 






15,075 


4,435 






88 


Fulton 










800 


Gallia 


90 


















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1.000 


Gupm^ev 


















8,000 


Hamilton 


73^27 






1,537 


15.788 






18 


679.250 


Hardin ~ 










11.150 


Highland 










1,050 
22 
200 
550 
300 
250 










Hockint? 


















Huron 
















5C0 


Jefferson 




19,601 














Knox 
















Lake 


.S70 

1,308 

104 














25,800 


Lawrence 


10,632 


432 






Licking 




7,014 


612 




300 


5.552 


Lorfiin 










4.000 


Mahoninir 


10 

1.200 

100 

973 


5,4*28 


2.011 




519 








Medina 












Montiromerv 








80 
836 






'28,000 


600 


Musklntrum 












7.500 


Perrv 














4,700 


Portagfe 


22 








1,765 










Preble 














2.980 
15.560 


Richland. 
















120 


B<v(w 










85 

1.180 

4.200 

3,820 

7-20 

12ft 








Sandunkv 
















2,000 
5.000 


Shelby 
















Stark.. 


400 

1,070 

400 












2.884 


25.000 


Summit 












5.200 


Trumbull 
















Tuscarawas 














2.100 


Union 


















1.500 


Washinston 


504 
500 








173 








8,100 
8.000 
3,000 


Wavne 








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Williams.. 








250 








Wood 
















1.900 


Wyandot.. 














.....a ...... 




2.300 






















Totals 


19,773 


57,780 


2,011 


80.026 


41,109 


482 




81.885 


11,228,382 







MANUFACTURING AND BUILDING STATISTICS. 



737 



MANUTACtVBn OF IlOM-OODOladefL 



Oonatiefi. 


1 


1 

8 


1 


1 

1 
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QD 


Portable aaw mills. 


i 

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9 

t 


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1 
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1 


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No. 
made. 


No. 

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made. 


No. 
made. 


Na 
made. 


No. 
in use. 


No. 
made. 


No. 
made. 


No. 
made. 


No. 
made. 




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20 


Ashtabula •^ 


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1 

9 








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26^000 
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8i,(Job 




Clarke 


600 
104 

4 





Columbiana 




66 




i 


1 




Crawford ....^ ...... 






Darke ~ 








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•^••* •••••• 


2 

68 

48 

261 

.••••■ •••••• 


8 






800 


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26 

*"'i,ooo' 

626 


2 
86 


443 


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GOO 
200 


Hoddng ...M....... .••••... 


18 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

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4 

6 
10 

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8 
2 

f 

4 
88 

6 
8 
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Jackson 


»«•••«••••• 


800 

71 

128 

8 

100 


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Jefferson 














800 
41 




126 
128 




•••••••••••a 


176 




Licking — 

Logan 

Mahoning n........... 




•••••••••a* 


50 










M6 


8,699 

• ••••• ••••• 














100 




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46 


1,800 


100 




170 


Mufikingiun - 

Paulding 

Perry - 





40 


W 


!>•••••• .... 


80.000 

140 










































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800 

6 

1^ 

'"l',671 






260 






900 




Boss. .: «.. 


6 
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500 




75 


Shelby...' 

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•«*•••••■•• 


••••••••«• • 


600 




COO 


""^962 
18,600 

• •••«* ••••• 


6,900 
16.000 


1,626 


.16,000 
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18 


21 








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9 

6 


1,000 


600 


80 


100 
2,500 


Wyandot 




6 


























Totals «. 


716 

1 


8^ 


1,184 

1 


1,568 


1^ 


8M 


47389 


67,799 


8,606 


62,848 


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CONSTITUTION OF OHIO-1851, 



AS AMENDED OCTOBER 9tb, 1883. WITH NOTES AND 

REFERENCES. 



INDEX TO SPECIAL SUBJECTS AND STATISTICS IS ANNUAL BEPOKIS 

FBOM 1681 TO 18B4. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF OHIO OF 1851. 



ARTICLE 1. 

BILL OP BIGHTB. 

Sscnoiv 

1. Inalienable rights. 

2. Where political power Tested— special privl- 

legen. 

3. RUht of petition— instruction. 

4. Bearing arms — standing armies — military 

power. 
6. Trial by jury. 

6. Slayery and involuntary serritudo. 

7. Religions liberty, etc.— test-tfducaUon. 

8. Habeas corpus. 

9. Bail. 

10. Trial for crimes— witness. 

U. Freedom of speech— libfel. 

12. Transportation— forfeiture. 

18. Quarters of soldiers. 

14. bvarch warrants. 

15. Imprisonment for debt 

16. Remedy in courts. 

17. Herediiary honors, etc. 

18. suspension of laws. 

19. Private property inviolate, unless, etc. 

20. Powern not delegated. 

ARTICLE II. 

LBOmLATIYR. 

1. Legislative power in Senate and House. 

2. Election and term, 
a. Who eligible. 

4. Who IneiiKlblc. 

5. Wht) ineligible to any office. 

6. Who to determine qualifications, etc —mem- 

bers—quorum — attendauce. 

7. Mode of organizing. 

8. Offloers of General Assembly— rules — pun- 

ishment of members, etc. 

9. Journal- yeas aud nays— msjorlty to pass a 

law. 

10. Protest. 

11. Varan cle.«». 

12. Privilege as to arrest, and speech. 

13. Proeeertiugs public unless, etc. 

14. Adjournments. 

16. 16. Bills, where to orl ilnate— to be read three 

timvs— title — to contain one subject— acts 
revived or amended. 

17. SigUKtures to bills. 

18. Style of laws. 

19. Exrlu^iou of members from office. 

20. Terms of office to be fixed— salary. 

21. Trial of contested elections. 

22. Appropriations. 

23. 24. Impeachments. 

25. When sessions to commence. 

26. What laws to have uniform operation— upon 

whose approval to take effect. 

27. PowtTof appointment to offlce— vote for U. 

S. Senator. 

28. Retroactive laws. etc. 

29. Extra compensation. 
SO. New counties. 

81. Compensation of members and officers of 

General Assembly— perquisites. 

82. Divorce, and judicial power. 



ARTICLE IIL 

KXICUTXVB. 

BBcnoiv 

1. Executive officers— 

2. Their terms of office. 

8. 4. Returns of their election. 
6. Governor's power. 

6. He may require reports— general duty. 

7. His menage. 
. 8. May convene General Assembly. 

9. When he may adjourn the General 

bly. 

10. Commander-in-chief. 

1 1 . Reprieves, pa rdons, etc 

12. The seal of the state. 

18. Grauts and oommiwions. 

14. Who ineligible for Governor. 

16. Vacancy in his offlce, etc. 

16. Lieutenaut-ffovemor. 

17. Vacancy in his office, etc. 

18. What vacancies Governor to fill, etc. 

19. Compensation of executive ofncers. 

20. What officers shall report to the Govemor, 

and when»eic. 

ARTICLE rV. 

JUDICIAL. 

1. In whom Judicial power vested. 

2. The supreme court. 

3. 4. The common ]ileas. 

6. [Repealed ijctober 9, 1888.] 

6. The circuit courts. 

7. 8. Probai*' courts. 

9. Justices of the peace. 

10. Election of other Judge*, and term of offlce. 

11. [Repealed October 9, 1883. J 

12. Common pleas Judges— term of office, and 

reHidence. 
1^. Vacancies In the f^fflce of judge. 
14. Compensation— when in<^ligible as candidate 

for other offlce. 

16. Changes in number of Judges, courts, dia* 

tricls, etc. 

10. Clerks of courts. 

17. How Judges removed. 

18. Jurisdiction at chambers, etc. 

19. Courts of arbitration. 

20. Stylo of process— conclusion of indictment*. 

21. Supreme court commisfdon. 

ARTICLE V. 

EI.ECnVK FRANCHISE. 

1. Who may vote. 

2. Row. 

8. Electors privileged from arrest. 

4. Forfeitureof elective franchise. 

5. Who deemed uon-residents. 

6. Idiots and insane. 

ARTICLE VI. 

KDlX^ATIOlf. 

1. The school and religious fund. 

2. Common school fund to be raised— how con- 

trolled. 



COMSTITUTIOai OP OHIO. 



ARTICLE Vn. 

rvBUC ncnrrcnoHt. 

Bwonov 

1. Iniiuie, blind, deaf and dumb. 

2. Peuitenliary. 

5. V«caoeie»— bow filled. 

ARTICLE VIU. 

PUBLIC DEBT AND PUBUC WOBKB 

I, 2, 3. LlmiutioD Upon public debt. 

4. Loan of credit of lUte. State not to own 

vtcckt. 

6. Afttumption of debts by the state. 

<k If uuicipsl Hud political corporations not to 
own stfickii. €>tc. 

7. Siokins Fund to pay Public Debt. 

8. CommLMloneni tnereof. 

e, 10, 11. liuiies of I he Commissioncn. Gov- 

eruor, Hen* -nil Assembb , etc. 
12, IS. BtiaN of public workn. 

ARTICLE IX. 

MIUTIA. 

1. mio to perform military duty. 

2. Oflloerwof roiUUa. 

5. flow app^iinted. 

4. Their (timnilHiions— when Qovemor to call 

out militis. 

5. Public armf. 

ARTICLE X. 

COUMTY AKO TOWNSHIP OROANBATIONB. 

1. f'ounty an«1 town hipoffloen. 

2. Eiectlon of countv ollloeni. 

8. Eligibility of sherifTsnil treasurer. 

4. Ele«-U<m of township rtfRcera. 

5. CoQiity and township fauds. 

6. Kemuviti of ntncen. 

7. Local taxation. 

ARTICLE XL 

APPOBTIONIIBNT. 

1. Apportionment for members of the General 

AMi«*mblr. 

2, S. 4. 5. Rntio in the Houf«. 

6. Ratio for 8«niitor. 

7. K. 9. B«nMt4>rl»l dtstricts. 

to. Apportionment of ReprveeotatlTes for ten 
Teani. 

II. When r4tio determined by Goremor, And* 

itor. etc. 
12. Judicinl ai>|iortionmeut 
IS. New couniiia. 

ARTlrLE XIL 

riNAMCB AND TAXATION. 

L Pollux. 

2. All prop«*rty uxcd. except, etc., and by uni- 
form rule— exemptiuiis publuihed. 



SlCTION 

S. How property of banks to be taxed. 

4. What revenue to be raiMd. 

5. LevyinR of 1 1 xcs. and applicatltm. 

6. Debt for iuterual improvcueuUL 

ARTICLE XIII. 

coaroBATioNa. 

L Prectal acts of incorporatton. 

2. Oeueml acts of incorporation. 

J. Pi>rsonal liability of stockholders. 

4. T^XHtion of ourporate property. 

6. Rlcht of way. 
fi. Oneanisation of cities, etc — taxes, 

therein. 

7. lurorporatioo of banks. 

ARTICLE XIV. 

jcmii^rauDKiscs. 

1. Cfide Coramiiaioner^ 

2. Their diiuva. 

5. Theif toporti. 

ARTICLE XV. 

MiaCBlXAKBOlt. 

L Peat of gorerument. 

2. I'rintlnir f<*r »tste. 

5. PublicHtion of receipts and expenditures 
4. Wh«» eliitible U> office. 

6. Iiudistsluellclble. 
%, Lotteries. 

7. omcialoath. 

8. Bureau ui statistics. 

ARTICXE XVL 

AMINOMSNTi. 

L 2. S. Amendmeuu of Constitution. 

•cusncuc. 

1. Of prior laws. 

2. Pir>tel*ctl*n for General AsMtnbly. 
8. F*>r state ufficcrm. 

4. K(ir Judge*, etc. 

A. Who u» continue In office. 

4*. A«* t«» certain courts. 

7. Cfuuty and township officers. 

8. Vscancies. 

8. When ci»n»titutloa took effect. 

10. Tt-rm of ofll«'r. 

11. Hi.ceenor^ <>f t e court in bank. 

12. Of the nupreme c<»art. 
IS. Ol the common plt-^ 
14. The probate cimrt. 

LV Election of Jodses and clerkiv. 

16w Retnrus of t-lcetlon*. 

17. Vote on thv «d«)ptl4m of the Constitutlfin. 

18. Vote on pn>vistoii» as to inu>xlcaUnc llqnora 
Itt. Apportlucuntrut of House of EcptcMruia- 



We, the people of the Stnte of Ohio, (l^ grateful to Almif^htr Gotl for otir 
(ree^lom, to itecure its ble68iD|{a and promote oar oommoo welfare, oo establish *.!. « 
ConstitutioD. 



U) For original boundary lines of OhI \ mm* irt «»f CongrMa approred April ». IMi I riisi* TO. 

Fora(.'onii>l*>tehi«tory of t^ie que^'tion of boundary betwt^en Ohio and Michigan. •■« /VmtfrU ▼. 
SUfprmt, Vj O , 2:39 : Mytn x. Itamhatiam Bank. JO O . '>8. 

In H'<j4h V. Htd>h>irH. 8 o. B^ i4.t. n « «> held, that the territorial limits of thl* Rute rztrnd on the 
fonth-esM, St Itiut u> the line of ordinary low wster mark on the north-west side of the Ohio River. 
Tt»H c>urt >si 1 : "It di^*^ n'*t bvcnme m'Ci-»Miry. In thi« caai*. to determine whether the mUMIe <»f the 
Ohio RlTcr. ihi'Jttmm mtdtnm <tqHjr. dtiCKor doe» not cuntUiute the boundary line between the Htatr* 
of Virgiuia aiKi Onii " I'agf J4:>. 

Howe\or t» may l»e a« to our iM-iinilary. jio f«r «« tcrHtory In concerned, it fieem« that as to narl- 
cation and uiitMority «itli niiiHvt t<> *• ivit* •civil aikI orimnisl. Ohio hat Jurlsdlctum concurrent with 
Virginia and Kfiiturky o^^r th«- -nt r* r'.vcr. nlti- n thf !>• n1*ra i>f th'wc ttatCK The (|nf«tloti was 
suoh cousidcn-d iu the romml»i»lou that gn-w out ot what is known as the Parkersburgt^Aie: and 
full abstracu o( the ar«nmeuU will be (o>ind in the Western Ijiw Jf»urnal. vol. 4. pp. I4&-:M ; T0I.&, 
^p. OMS7. 8ie also Bckertt r. Orfria, I W%»t. Uw Jour., M- Wood and Rcad« J J. ; OMo t. SItfktm. i 



CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 

Ssc. 3. The people have tlie rij^lit Ui Hsseiuble together, in s peaceable ir 
(ocoDBQlt for their common good; to iriBtrui-t iheir repreeeotalives; anJ to petition 
tht general aasembly for the redrew of Brie\'unce8. ( Vf Cotui 1802, Art. V'llI, I li) ) 

2VelMlt>,.2il.ii6.KI.SIX.iiM,abn.»10. 

i>sc. 4. The people have the right to bear urruB for their defense and security { 
but Btandine ariuira, m time vt |ieai;e. are dangerous to liberty, and shall aot t>e kept 
np ; and the military shall t>e in strict subordinaiioD to the civil power. {See Coiut. 

leoa. ati. fw, i ao.) 

Where Kliodf at militia perform their evolatluui, wlib niftrllal miidc ind aTlnB,>o nait the coiicl- 

(i>r I, nmiEiDpt, 11 the* nluae lo drslM uu ttqiiiBt. rlatt r. CbuUer. WrlKbl's Rep, 421 1 male V. 
Oof. lb, T6. 

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errH 11 ma w«ii ■ gmitKnil e^eiiUnl princliile of libetlv 






deTOIkcd ihe duly of exccDIIni Itie Uwa and pnilectint It* mliil<4en frum violenci-. tt i« daililcil a 
duly eqaallr eawnHnl la lilierif U re«iud*ven tlw miUda ■ nllitiu'i furc^. to lie loraver kept undM 
MrlrT MibKidlnaUon to tlu cItII aDihorltT- The lathen ol ilie BcpubUo liad Mudied Uuinaii oalure 
dreply. Devoted tnlnelaiillatloiiis they werelealoua plan; tu&ueuoe b^udlna bi Uielf dvalnicUun. 
HeuOB Ihe emphatic auunuclmlou cil Ihe eiaential piloeipla. dint Ihe mllturr aJiooid lie kept niidw 
Mrluiiubnrdlpatlou to Ike civil auiburity. NniRwom in [oiind In Ihe Coniiltuiluu glTliig CoiiliM- 
natiM (o ihHnpJiilon >4metlin» ezprew^. and more Irequenrly fe]t.lbat Ihe nillliU or ihe mlliurjr 
fonv lusieml i>l bdlnii a iiieana lobeuniplovedbv ilireTeemlredepuimeiitlDeieculliig thi-lmpnitaul 
duty ol (ucuilui Ihe U»>.a>va dialluci oepBrtmeut olihe tDVemmeul. equitl In eiibrr ul the othen, 
aud liKleiwndentof IhcliODDiral." t2l,4S%— Woodaud Wrlg)ii.JJ. 

1 Uebato. 2S1. SU. <IS% WW, SW. 866, 8». 



UonlariictBisliniisiirln panlcnlar f«'l•e^ are vetiod with dlwretloniiry jinwen lo irv the Itiilh ii(liict«, 
on which depend the prfporly. Ihe liberty, the lepuialion and the livec ot Iheir LFllow-cltliFti"." Ii 
li "aranaln nnmberoi men awnrn u> Inquire aluid 117 amallec ol luet. and declare iba truth lipou 
wirfa evideijceashhal] be rItbh them In aenriw: and they are sivoru Juditea open evldenoe In mallen 
o[ fact." " The occnpyius clalniaut laws i>l Ohio came under the (Km^dcrallon ot 1h-- rnpreine Court 
In the cat- ol the Baai of tfninJUdn V. Dudley. 2 Pelen. 133. In thai cn«e the conn aiUOBla tbal iba 
etnle huB the poorei to teciite 10 clAlmanca nf landi their poueukmi. niilll paid for laotlni lmi>TDve- 
menti made tir them on Ihe laud, but deiil-« Ihe power of ihe HUte. by fu euacimetiui. tn 'Fhange. 
nullesllr. ibe mrHloof p oceedinR preiorlbed forlheeouraof the Dulled Stai ex. 01 ilirrci itaoMi axirlt. 
in ■ trial uL common law, lo apptAnt cumuilMloneni for the deeldon of qaniloni which a court ot 
oammaii liw mnitHnbmll lot )ui7.' Such n proeeedlng, tbe court iiU|ipo<«, would •imlllCT ttllt) The 
claiMFin the ConiUtudon of Ihe Ifnitad SiaisL whloh deoiaita that 'In aulta at ouniuiuu law, whera 
(lie value In mulroveny (bail exceed twenty dollatv, the righl of trial by larv ahiui bo pre>«rvea.' It 
•pppnn to uiohvlmia that tbe provbdoa of Ibe OonalllutlouJuH quoted, appllea only lotbo Conrtc o( 
ibeO itedStmen, and dwanni pmcriliennileorpnollOpforlhecDnruot atiale. . . . Inde-'d. 
we are unabl« lo dlicover wherrlu ihe law of Ohio coiilllcti with iheCourtilntlan of Ohio. Were we to 
decide Dthenvlae, there u a wne* of leclilHllve ai^a. commcntiliigiiitbtbeoiiEBnlntlnii d nur Hovern- 
a'jDt and i-nnilnulng to this time, lint we ahould ha lOmptfled to dcehue void. We nllii>1e to eDB«l- 
■neaii prorldlnt! Jurlfiln ctKini foiclble entry and detainer, for the trial nf the nrhui of t<ro|<eriy, 
.... forlnqiiirylneaiwsiil Idliicy and lunacy," etc iluif v. JUeJfoAm, SOm m<ll'>— Wrlghi, J. 

"The only way In wblcb we can ateertaln the true meaning of tbk olaure, la fay inaliiiit.' inquirr 
wbethcT, before Ihe ConiliiutlDn waa framed. Juiy trial wai known lu auoh cam in ihe Territory of 
OUIo. .... On what pilndpteli It that (urlea are diapented wlib Inthe creater nuralierol our 
vounn— In conris ut eqni^. uiaru of admlntlty. court) nwnlal and mnru of ]uRlcc< ol ihe poioeT 
Xagne Charia declare* that uo man «hall be deprived ol life. Uheny or properly, hat iiy ihe jii'lgmenl 
Oth^peenor ihelawolibe land. Mr. anllkan iHM.W) rcmiiTka that. aa]uriea weiv ui>kiinwu lu 
thoMBuortiibelare Ibe great chirier, Ihelr disuse oouKiKuied a part of the law of ihe land : and there- 
(nre. aliUougfa the charter waa the flnt gn'Bt luiTumenl wblcb lolenuily guaruiteed Jury trial to 
Euillahmeii, yet il bat never been aniinixed ihai ihnl Inniluilon oonrtliuted a purtol Ihe michlnen' 

Ol ihoM couna. He who will ukD tbe mmble to examine our Uw«, IK well beloreaa 

alnra the foituatlOD ol our Cnhalllntlon. will find that they are nnllnrmly regarded ai an apiieiiOaRe 
tothe vuuiui only. Kolurieaarvurerniisiiiliiiied butaucb » are auiilinry to ihe admin inrHtliiU of 

CIW in tome court Otijeciluni of Ihi* kind thouM ever tie llsieued lu with aiien- 
aod eurneimeiu; for, although, to decide npiiii ibeoiD>tllullonilkr of » law. Is a duty nblch no 
SOdae abould roUTi, yet It iaahlo one from whieh no Inuue ahould ahilak.^' ITiUtanl v. HamOlon, T 0., 
lit,II]-llll-Grtmke,J. 

'•UylheBntoltbeHieetionsIlS) the ri^U ol trial bv Jury I« reniBnUed lo exiit. and Ita onn- 
tlliliiilM« unlmpeaebed la pcnvlded for. Bv (tie Utt l> 10) ihla tlMhi U derland t.i beloni lo every per- 
auii ai'cnv'd of any crime or offei.ae. in any court nl the iinie. What, then la Ibia rixhit It It no- 
where defined or d»crlbcd in the ContMi ullno. It la hpokL-ii ol aa sotnethlnR already snfflciciilly 
uaderatood. and referred to aa a mailer airtady familiar to the public mlud. The name article (ur- 
nlabe* other examplee of Ihe (ame Reneralily ol einrcMlon. Ita«eioI uulutemipied 

Dae can give altnlflrance lo UuBniiRe, the light ol /ury trial and the baheaa corpus Hiand aa repFB- 
■enUtlvea oll'ieaauoertaiu and detlulle ne any other lu the whole range of legal learning. The ln>tl> 

iximc, l> precii^ly the same. In every auhhUntlal retpect. aa that lecognlied In tbe great duu-ler. and 
lu benefl la secured li the freemen uf England, and again and a^aln admowledgcd in lundameolal 



C0N9TirCTI0N OF 0B[0. 



uompiuiU aa Ibe grcal mleiuard cl lite, libeitjr UDd propoitT : Lbc ume bro 
foreuihern, knd peiwreiToily c^cawl H tbdr bliihrl«(ht La eveiy odd 
uni], OubIIt, bu inriulon ol lis prlTlIwea prumlnpuily usIgDtd lu one ol 

liislKy iSem in the eyw of m»nltliifl In waiclnu ihu couleil wh'-"- "— 

Ws do DM intend lo iinpir a douin ol tbe mriniliutlitaalliy il 

lIcEH ol the pence, campoMd ol iJi mcD. Wbeuevtr Ilcib >r. .. __ . 

which a. juir iw iiol HqnlTed bi ibe commLin laif. k Jary ol taf a 

wltbtn the dtwretloa o( Iha IcKlua'lTa btHlr. Jutien diu not beloiis t(. 

etiiuniuii law : and ao long la ml apixal 1* prcividaii (or to Ue ooiamon laM 
tvrmlDitllnn, It la ilwr un (!<iii\llluliiniiJ olifoeliuii can ari>«, wbcihi^r Ucuu 
traia, or by the uld ol a Jury ol any number of men. iVort v "— " " — 
Ji'oMOB T. UeLiaty. h U. 3^ aw. , 

Il bi beyoud ihn pinrer oF the getunl uwmbly to Irnpnlr Ihe rlelit Oi ml 
icter. Thu number ol liinm eiinaat be dlmirii^eit, or ■ nrdlct autbi'tliadf 
ooDcurieuco at all the juronu It lullowi ibHt theaol <>l lt«3, "diaaiilK ibw 
latlnitbc pnollcenr pr>ibau ooimi" (SI t-IBT) la w tar •» II prunldm Sit %\ 
aotboclieiacxniTicilnu upou their Undlng. [• iiiioouitlLUtloiial and Vuid. H'urltf 
no power couM be derived by Ui« court Iroin ibsromiaau Un bei^oM "out oM 
lBwJurlidictloalncrlmlaalu>e>i." ftwrwiaa v. AWr. 4 0< ^, 4l»-tBa. t 

Bm the aal oF Hny 1, IkM, "lo eitend the JurladicUon of Jusilrea of Uiea 
not unMinUiiutlonul, uthniigh It makes nn pr-iviiluu for Ibe itlal, bvajury oFn| 
commeD{«<l In vlrtiie ol ftUGb i^iwnded JurlsdlcUuD. Jforloii >■ JVc/4iir>. H 0. fl 
Iheaclmay BubjBct Ibedelei.dinl In atrial, brfam a ]libI1»oI Ibu peace, befoC 
by Jiuy; bHU iho right ul trial by Jury tumftliiB uuiuipu ceil and perhiil. Tuj 
may bv Dinre InConTCnlfDl iban bereiofar*. But on this <ubjffii idlicrella 
liiure. which mUBi be no Inr abuwd aa ta be dearly vlolaUte td ihe -UtMd 
KOurt (9in iBlerfcre la ualUfy leiilalallva a, tloo." Ib..Xa—!iBoit,3.; Seumlaot 
S,.!75— H Ilvalne. .1, 

The couaitluti(in«l right (-F trial by Jury Is not lulrlnjtsd wluai the BMuied 
bl> nlrctloii. Dittioffhaxi v. Kale. 6. 0. 6, W-ns, 

The proTliIons ol itae xi't ol jADuary 9. 1871 I6S t. 0), ooolerrluK jaiiKlictla 
moll (ilMB to ftppolui Kuardtnaa of tlie propiitiy ol prrF'nB iucKpable ol caklnBi 

TiftiiinHnMbMaePlli'i. Haonan ». OiSiion, 29 0. S.. »1. 

Sic An. !. I 10, Nalt h \ irl. I. J IB, Sail 7 ; Art. XIII. \ B, .\nlr (I. 

2Liebate4,231.S2(,S 



Sec. 6, Tbvre obull be do Hlaverv ia thia dtite; nor invol 

ualeM for the puniilinienc of crime, (^f ConU. 1802, Art VIII. Jl 

:Debatt!a,a 

8bc. T. A1! mcD liuve a nalunil and m'M<:iukMo risht to ' 
God sccordini; lo ihb iliititee oi llieir own oonmiWnue. No p^n 
pelled to atten'!, c rei/t, or support nay place of worship, ur mai 
worahip, egain^t his consent; and n" prt-feremr shall lie (tivB. 
reliBiooB Botieiv; iifr 8h»ll iny iatirlerence with Ihtt riglilS'it- 
mitted. (1) No rtlit[ioae test abali be required, as & tjualilicM 
ahall any person be incompHteot to bo a witDei<s on account o( h 
but nothlDg bprein Bball be construed lo dispense with oathn 
Religion, morality, and knowledge, hnwever, hemg ffwiitial tf gi 
shall be the duty of the funeral aKBetiibly to piiea auiiHble )»« 
religious denomiiiatioti in tbe puaceable enjo^mtrnt of its ciwu m^ 
ship, and b> encourage Bchools and the means of inatrucljou. (2) 
AH. VIII, i 3, 25.) 

(1) '• Neither Chrlstianlly nor ani other njilBin of religion is a part of tbe 
Kometimes hear it asid tbnl all rrlUlans arc IDk'raiid )i. ubio: but ihe exi 

tolerated.' It in not be luero Inlentllon ibnl every ludivid'inl here Isprnirci 
bellel. He reposeg U(iIui,Dti the lenli:'ncy orR<>Ti^ruDieiil.nr ihe llberHllly of an 
hot upon his natural, liiileleaslblB riKhlKol voUBCience. whirh. lu Ibe lanKuag 
b[b lieyand the lUnirul or Interltreucu of any hiimsa authority. Weba«elH 
Mate, nnr has one xovi'ninieQi ever been veaieil with aiiihority toeudircaan] 
Klmply because It li roliKloua. Ol enune. It la no oblL-cllon. bat on the com 
meudHtloQ to a tegitlatlvc enactment, bated upou Justice or pubMc |<olIcy, that 
wllb the precept' ol a pure religion ; bul the fact ]< neverthe^w true, that the p 
reaiB la Ihe leglalatiTc control over IhlDtiB leraixiral. and do\ orer Ihiniia ij-lriti 

stale. If lu hole ffundiitlftii was the ChrlBlIau duty ol kieiuiig ih«i day holy, 
enforce the observaiiee ol that duty. For no \vwt over ihiuKB mi-rely »pl 
detegatod to the goTernmeul. w bile any prelemncolnue rclUloti over ■hnibei 
flive upon the above hypoiheals, Is directly proh|:jlied by the (XjDBtltuiiiPU. Ac 
or daugeroue to ibe public wellare. may he forblildvn and punished, thoo) 

equally lorbldden aud puolBtied )f all rcli«i»)]H permitled Ibeui, ThiiMiople* 
shield a murdtrer, tavi-her, or blgpiraisl; (,>r eom.r.untlv nr.,.w K,..nho™.^ 
anch crimei aa ihene could be comnilU' d nitb fmpunliy, b'-cn 



;. IKlwni.4 0. 



illce regulation, nhnfe validity 1b neither >treucilinned uiir weattened by tl 
It It eDp>liu la the Sabbath day Wladom requlies that men should rttraEa f 



C0N8TITUXI0N OF OHIO. 9 

day in seven, and the adranugei of having the day of rest fixed, and to fixed as to happen at 
regularly recurring interfnli, are too obvioiia to be orerlooked. It was within theonnatitutional 
oompettsncy of the gtneral HMembl/ to requf r« thia oeaHtl<>u vt labor. and to name the da> tif n»t. 
Ii did to by the act referred to, ancf. In aooordauce with the feelings of a majority of the peiiui**, the 
Chrlnllan Habbath WkK rory proj»crly lelected. But, regarded merelT as au exertion of IcvlUailve. 
authority, the act would hHw had u«-ither more nur leas validity had any other day been atroptrd." 
Ib^ 391 ; SeOen v. Dttgan. 18 . 4H»-t90-Avery. J. 

(2) "The s.^siem of public Hlucatiou lu Ohio is the creature of theCofwUtution and ftitutory 
lawi of the State. It ia left to th> dtwretlon of the g«*: eral aa^mbly, in the exerrl<4' of the griienU 
Itgiiilative powrvr oonfern d up«Hi it (Art. 11. 1 1). to dvt«frmliie what law* are *«uluble' to ^r«>iire the 
ontanixailon and manafcmeut of the ooatemplated system o( vmumou achool», without txpresa 
reatrictiun. except that 'no rellgloua or other sect or sects ahall ever have any excitulve rcht to. or 
control of. any part of the school funds of this State.' *' {Art 17. i 2.) StaU v. McCamm, i. O. H.. 111k 
206- Day, J. 

Under the Constitution and laws of the state, the right to claaslfy the youth of the »iaie lor 
school purpoi«a. on the basin of color, and t<> asalgn them U» »et<arMte si'ltools for ediicatl'>n. iMith upon 
well recognised Ic^al i>riu(!lplrii ana repeatc«l adjuUicdtious. ii too firmly t^ubli»he<1 "> )t* now 
judicially dikturbed. Jb^ 2u8; State v. Ctty of Cinrtnnati, 19 O., 178; Ian fVinp v. Bnunf o/ t:uu'titwH o/ 
Dtgan, 9 O. 8.. 406. 

The oountitiition «loes not enjoin or require r«*ligioas lustructioD. or the readipg <if religious 
bookn, in the public schools of th« Hiate. Borirrf nf FA v. Minor, 23 0. 8., 211. 

The leglMature having plat^ the man«K^*ii.fUt of the public si*hools under the excIii»iv«>«<niitrol 
of dlrcctorn. trusteeii, and boards of educauon, the c^turts have no rightful authority to mux fere by 
din^tiug what instruction shall be given, or what l>«M>ks Khali be read therein. /^. 

2 Debates, iftl. ST. gig. 402. Mt. 466. 4(19. (M. ft». ft57. 870. 

Sec. 8. The privilege of the writ of hmbeaa corptia shgU not be su^penilt-d, 
anleiMi in cases of rebellion or invasion, ibe public safety require it. {Set Coiui. 1802, 
Art. VIJI, >< 12.) 

** In what doea thu privilege of this great bulwArk of personal Liberty consist T The I'cufttitutSon 
lnrni<^e8 no answer, nor was it peoessary that it »houid If agen of nnluterropuil um* (vn »!ive 
ilgiiUl(?aiic<* to lanauiMce. the rl^ht of jury tri^l aud the habeas c<»rpus stand as r»*p eaentailvi'* of ideaa 
as oerulii aud dehuiie aat any other in the whole range of legal learning." U uri v. Sr>p(r. 2 O. ^^ *JV^ 
8Qi— Rnnnoy, J. 

** The privilege of the writ of habeas corpuv is secured by our national and state ron«iltutioos to 
every cilixeu. It can only be suniwii :ed or withheld in CMes of rvbelliitn or invaaitm. wbrn the 
public safety may it quire it. Bub|ect to that rcM-rved right of the national or state Kovernui«*iii». to 
be employed in the ixireme cases uamed. vae-b cltlaeu Is vested «itli thiaamienta'xl ^a(r%-<l i*hield 
of liberty. To the Jndicial (l«rpMrt(n«*nt of the Ki>\eniaM*nt in delewHtrd th«f duty of enltiirii ic Mppllca- 
tlous for !ts Invuluable benefttN. when pn>|ieriy dem«nde<l. ihir »utute relmlng to tt.r s ii>Jr< t aivre 
to the judges of tne courtJi. i«^>arately. at chnnibtfr*. Juriadu*tl«»n of the»ubje(-i UHtivr hi •!! r*M». 
except when the fierbon is convicted of a crime ur offvuae.and sundfe eommltiHl for it ; or whrrt* he 
U couimlttcHl for tn-asiui or fe.ony. the punishment whereof is capital, plalnl) rxon-vttt in the 
warrant of commltuitriit. Not only u such JunMdlctlun given ti» the juogea. but wneu thi* ii«nHtu «ho 
is unlavktuliy depriveil of his litjerty. maaev hU appluiitloii to one of them.an pmvltJt-*! i > the law. 
for tne benefits of the writ. It ui ma<le the duty of auch Judge forthwith u> Imne it. Ihr «>x< mpted 
oases of oonvlcttd |rt*rsons who ntaud C'-mmiited. and of tivasonot felimy. puulohal>l«- cat n >it>.iire 
the only rentrictlous uptm the power of a single judge. The common law i>«uru Arv c;** hf«l with 
power atleciuate for ihoM' and lor m11 other case* which may ariie. lu th«- exeici<<«* ct th.i^ |>>afr by a 
aingle judge, or a cmirt. every ca»e of unlawful impitaonment Diay be reached and examt:.»tl Into. 
* Mo uiatier where or how the cbains of captivity we:e (org«<l. the power of the ju<iii iar>. in ihif* ntaie. 
Is adetfuato ui crumble them to the du^t. if au individual la deprived of his libert}.eoiitr«r> ti>the 
law of the land.* " f> /Mirfr < \4iirr, 6 0. 8.. bS-M, Sa-Bowen. J 

"If a coun. having JuriMiuiion of nu utIeiiiH* pnnl»b.tble by a ralld and con*>'itutiMn«l la«. 
pronouncea »enteuce. and the commiinient und«-r tluit »entenee is returned on bsUmmitpu*. the 
form of tne iudictmeni. or Uie want of proper allegati«»ns therein, cannot be int|ulied t;it'. tii«r can 
the previous proceedings of the court be revlse<l an<1 reviewed; for this proc««i ranmit Im t •iir«>rted 
into a writ ot error. In Huih ca*« the court. Iiavtuk juiliMlicilon over the oflenae. niu*i ltM>lf pr<-uiiuuce 
the law of the case. and. until r verged by M»me c m|«teut tribunal, is c*onclnslve t n all •»iiii r t^oiirta. 
and put* an end to all collateral Inquiry on halieas corpus. Hence it b that the »tot >ie it«« If. r> i»iing 
to ihU writ. exce|>ta from thoM» woo me eulitle«l to th«* bekeflt of it. all |>«rM>u» ciHi\ i« i«o oi ■ crime 
or oflense ft>r wincn they stmitl t^mmiliti «!. {•Isiiiiv and spec'flc dly expressed in the warraitt <•: cttoi- 
Hltmt nt." Ki- purf' Shuv. 7 O. H., Ml ; r^ purff Bu0hnfU ; rx parfr iUisyrfoa. 9 O. H.. 77>lM~«%i n. r J. 

Where the e«»urt erroneously refuMCk to izraiii sii order of discharge, and Instead thr;f«»i remands 
the prlsituer to jail, and ct»ntinu«« the* caune. the older leuiaudiug tne prisoner tt» jstt. m. iiif-« « it 
remains unrevcmed. i«^ a valid and Ugal authority t^i the sherttt for retaining the prt«iii.rr in i-ii«iii<dy. 
and the order catiii<*t be revlewvd Hint ntver^^l. or ttie prlattn^r diH*harKe«l. by a pr<xx-r«liiit; \u luibras 
oor^ tu before another Uibuual. tLx pdrtc Jf< (fAua, 22 O. tf . KKL 

S Debates. 211. S>. h^i^ h>. k.S7. STO 

See. 9. All persons shall be bailable by snffirient sureties, except f r capital 
offenses where the proof is eviilent, or the presuiuption xreat. KziVM-ive biil shall 
not be require<i ; nor excesnive tinett imp(>se<l ; nor ctneiand uutmual puni(»linients 
inflicted. i.Vf (Vmjl. 1802, An, VIII, ^ 12, 13.) 

"Who is to deride whether the pntof be evident. or the presumption gnat* M«i*t und- ubtidly 
Hm Kame authority which pre*>crlbc» the amount of bail, and pnisies u|mn the •^tiuwutf} uf the 
laretles; the Judge* of the court whti exercire thl» same p*iWer In all anaJi>K<>>i» <>*•»<■• kn<-»'. '••••ur 
lawa. . . . The api^eal ouunt t>e addreNKil t«i thedtM*ietii>u of thei^iiirt : a ».i<Mt«l Itus! ntM tt-iion 
it l4 true, hot one tlmt ("an only be mouMed Intti ai-iton by thecvidenre ''rxini;hi t«< l es' •pt:- \i.r 
Indictment.'* Siat€ t. £MHiMitti<. iv C, ISu. I40~tipaldibg. J. 

3 DeUti.«. a\. X:9. H<. >Ji'>. 0A7. STft 




8h3. 10. Ezce{>t in cases of ioj peach went, and caiie§ a 

tmy, or in the militia nhen in actunl service in lime of wAr orfl 
In cases of petit larceny nuil other inferior offenscB, (1) nopt 
ASBwiT tor a capilal, or otberwist- inf..iniius crime, iiDJesa on p 
meat of a gr&ad jury. (.i> In any trial, in any court, the p 
allowed lo appear uiU defend in person and with coniieel (3); to ^ 
U)d cause u( the Hccusatii'U aKuinHt biui, (4) and lu tiave a cop; , 
the witoeBPes face ta face, (5) and to have compoldory proceas to plj 
ance of witneaac-s in hia behalf, nod ii s!>eedy public Iridl by hi; ' 

the county or districi, in which the offeuae is alleged to hnvt , 

nor shall any person be compellt-d, in any criminal ciiee, to be a will 
self, or be twice put in iaoi>&rdy for the HMuie oSenae (8). (Sm 




r. nan Oomteil of Akron, 
111 wiipre,oa id iDdletn-* 
and i>)e*i)'!d tn atwumeni Ibi 
and Iho umue (bUB dltcloaed 

iloti ol tba codo is Dui io cuulraveulioi 

be onmpcUcd to 



O.H.U, 



boen uiiut« iDniiiJii [he tnterveatlnii ol a gnud !"'/> "■ '^^ '<v' "' '"' iD<iii^>i>>4i 
Bboa}il Ihe LcKlilaltire puaan icttammiK'liuiliitllddiiiil loanawer. witbuui Ihl 
•ji act wi.uidbeli] vlotailonol Uie CooMlmUon, audvma. But ihli pUukId i 
noUiiiiii In 'lowltb UiapnitlGDlarloniitorliidicLnieata, TlwMtonsi will nu-y nco 
ol Un'CcimlUHlacuurulitbLted. The LWnitXun hareUie cowec w diM^lare wb 
aad th-y liirelheume pou'r lo pr<si:riw l)ii- [ixui? of lii<}k'liiiviits In; lbs 

J.'""" '".'. : .,!."'"''."'"■, ,'!'""r" ^- l".'','l.''-"'"'jl,".'",,,",„'".l',"liV™" & 



Iccl. And beam, II 

, <( iherlBhl tn iiiibj^'i 

il tballiaeceuarr loprereDt UiekbuBeani." DilU v.SlaU, MO. a.. Si 

u. .„j.-. . ._ ... ■implfttlon ol the ConMilutloi.. t» ihni wrlu 

-litn alt the certainly and aubeundal reqi 

™__..il by ihe Kldcd law ol the coumty. Why lb» 

AindarnfBtiil law of the 8iat<' T why the certroouy and eipenie of a xrand Jur^ 
an tudludoent letllug out the 'uature aud oture of ibe aucUHalloii' 1 aud wh 
aeoiuwl liiu,' rUhl to demaud and ]iav« acopv of the liidlcimeni, 11 the wrltli^n ar 
Of tbe crime, are uoiriiquired lo be made with cenatniy aud truth, chHigiug 
all tha K'.b'-tHuIlal and dlitinKUinhliie lURredienu wlilrh tbe auiute creatlug tQi 
OBMUnl 10 coDBtitule the crime? It any one or mnru ol the B^ibeCanllat laKredlec 

anare by wblch lo mislead aud enlrap thV acouwd ou hk trial. Where either 
knowledin), li, by the Blatute, madea dlaltnguUtaln^ cburacKrUiic of acrtme.lt 
Bitch purnoA:', intent, or knowledge ahould be averred in the d>Krlplloa of tl: 
erfme at anv other material aod dltUngulHhlrm Ingredleat. " Fouti v. Stale, t 

The'lii'illctmeatorlnlormatlotiiniiilavtralUhe mntertal Unu which li li : 

to meet on I'he trial. ' DOlinehamv. Stale, bO.U^ 28U: L/moeev. .Stale, 110.. S-C I 
M2; AwUrt„i V. aatt,-; 0.,i vt. MO; Oault v. SUM, 7O.,lpt,a06; Hem y. Sate. I 
T. Slate, 4 U., W7 , FOuti V. .«(ate. 8 O. B., 9B-114, 

92 of the ''oile nl Criminal Procedure of 1869. That 'lecilon 1> not repugnant i 
IfoVv. Sta/e, IBO. 8..aiS, 

Thei>r..vBioninBeotlonSSof tbeCodeoi Crlmlual Frocedur« ol lSS9.whicb 
beauOIcleni in any iDdlclment, whett il l9 uecvHsary toallegi? an lutent todefia 
pany accused did the act wlih Inient to defraud, without alleging aa Intent lo del 
pereOQ. Is noi In conflict with this provision. Turpi* v. Hole, IB O. a., MO. 

(S) "Thl«,ILI[ennmeR)uiotherprovifloiis in the Bill ol Elghtt. i) a DcnXJl 
one ol (he Erent fundamental principle* well csiabllsbed and lonK recognized a 
Id England and In thlBcoonlry. The Kopeand operalio i of 11 are clearly dedm 
aiood. In the common law recognition ol It; and ilie assertion ul it lo the lun< 
■late, WM dealgned nflither to ealaige nor curtail 11 In lu operation, btit to glv< 



CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 11 

wcnro it AgmlDAt tbe power of chance or iDnoraUon. The object of this prortaloD marlffvtl j \n to 
exdade testimony by depositions, bjr requiring it to be fiven orslljr. in the p r es en ce of the scru»«d, 
on the trial. The admiMion of tesumonT by depositions against the aocosed in a crinlnal csii»e. 
woald often afford the prosecutor grest adTantagon orcr him, as wellasfumiah.at timer, oppurtuiUiCM 
for abuMc beyond the reach of detection by the defendant. Deprived of this right, the accused would 
often be without the opportunity of croe^-examlnatfon. without the mean« of »eetn«. hcarins. or 
knowing the personn who testify sgalnst him. a« d without the adTantsge of an oral examination of 
the witnefses before the Jury which la to decide upon hi* case, lint important as this rtjtht Is, as es- 
tablished at common law and secured by the Constitution, It has applloatlon to the matter of the 
Crsonai presence of the witnesses on the trial, and not to the subiect-o^tter or oompeteocy of the 
>timony to be KiTen. The requirement that the socusad ahsll be oonfrontrd, on bis trial, by the 
witnesKe^ agHlnst him, hss sole reference to the personal presence of the witness, an<1 it In nowlae 
affects the queHtion of the competency of the testimony to which he msy depcsw. when the scrused 
has been allowed to confront, or meet face to faoe, all the witneMes called to testify against him on 
the trial, the constitutional requirement has been complied with." ammwuma x. Mote, 5 O. tf.. S22^-MO— 
Bartley. C.J. 

Testimony proving ths statements msde by s deceased witness on oath, at a former trisl between 
the same parties, being one of the esubiished exceptions to the rule that hesnay Is incompetent as 
evidence, the adroiNaion of a witness to give evidence of thbkind in a criminal esse, dots m t fon* 
traveue this provision of the Constitution, (/b., S26). 60 in regard to evidence of dilng declsntlftns. 
the objcciiou to such vviil«*iic« guiux to tho cuuiiwlcury u( lbs «videuce, i>ud not !<» ti**- vvtutin-tfii* v uf 
the wiinecs. ib.,342; Ji^bbint y.StaU^S O.8., 181; Montgcmenf v. State, 11 O., 4M: H's^^rs v. Dtrtey, 
17 O.. 489. 

(6) ** The right of the aocuAcd to an impartial Jury cannot be abridged. To secure this right. It Is 
neosMary that the body of triers should be oompo»ed of men indiffftent brtween tht* panic*, and 
otherwii>e capable of discharging their duty as iurorn. Whether in th«* practical admtulMratlou of 
Justice thf right is infringed. Is, necesosrilv, s ludici 1 question : snd whether, in s parilcnlsr rsuKe. a 
proposed Juror has the state of mind which will render nim impartial, is a question of fart whiih It 
is the duty of the court trying the case 10 deride. This duty is enjoined by th« Constitution, snd. It is 
tme, csnnot be Impaired or the right abridged by legislative acuon. The previous demeanor of the 
Juror, the infonnation he may have rrceivtd, or ths opinion he may have entertained or rxpre^ed. 
are only evidt* nee of the state of his mind, snd sre material only as thf v may tend to show a pre- 
judgment of thecaiie, the existence of prejudice sgainst either of thepsrues.or his indifference be- 
tween them. " Cooprr v Statr, 16 0. 8., 828-.SSl*-Whlte. J. ; see Mtxrtm v. Stair, 16 O^ SM. 

The conMltntlonal right of trial by Jury is not infringed, when the option i% given to the secured 
to have th(* Imue tried by the court or the Jtiry, and he submits the caua* to the court. />tUinyAiiM v. 
Statt. 5 O. a, 280. And section 42 of the " act defining the Juri«diftioQ and regulating th«* ^rstuce of 
probate oouru." pa<vH:d March 14. 185S (SI v. 167), providing that " upon a plea other tl>*i a plea of 

Eilty. if the defendant do not demand atrial by Jury, the probate Juilge shall proceed to try the 
ne. ^* 1* a valid and constitutional enactment. Dailry v. State, 4 0. 8.. 67. 

The isikue made by the plea of not guilty cannoi Im tried by the court, without the waiver by the 
parties of a Jury trial. 8U)cum v. Lc*Mr 0/ Strang 4 O. H.. 161. 

But upon the trial of sn imue raised by a plea of not guilty, in the higher grades of crime, it i« not 
in the power of the accused to waive a trial by jury, and. by consent, submit to have tlie fs'*t» found 
by the court, k> as to authorise a legal Judlgroeot and senteucv upon such finding. WiUittmu v. 
atatr, 12 O. 8., 622. 

Hectlon 8 of the act of April 16. I(fi7 (54 v. 16S). ** to authorise the esUblishmeot of bouses of 
refuge," and the statutes subsequently enscied «nlsrving tb^ operation of that act so as to authorise 
oommitments to "The Stste Reform Farm" (&5 v. 27). are not repugnant either to thi* section or to 
Bsetlon Ave of this article, although they make no provlsiun for a trial by jury. Pntrt>tt r.StaU, 19 
O. 8. 184. 

In a summary proceeding before the probate oouri. under the art of February 36. 1H43 (51 v. t54), 
on oomnlaiot of an administrator arainst a party sui^pected of embetsling. concealing, or coovejring 
away the property or effecu of the estate, the court has no corstltutlonal power to render Judg- 
ment agaiuRt the t>ariy so charged, except for such property and eflects as be. on his examtoation, 
admitshlmself guilty of having emt>esxled, c<mcealed. or carried away: and lo the extent that th« 
statute professes to authorise a Indgmevt In i-nses where there u s controversy between the parties, it 
Is nnoonstitutloual. HitweU v. Fry. IV O 8 . iM, 

An ordinance of au lucorporated vil>at(e prrivlded that persons keeping billiard -tables, to be owed 
by others, should be Imprisoned for a tenu not exce**dlng thirty days: Held, that aliht'Ugh such an 
ordinance mny have beeu authorised by Kectlon SA of the Municipal Corporation Art, as ameodefl 
April 5, iK56 (50 V. 23Si), yet no cornvp .uiling chatiK« In the powers and Jurisdiction of ma; ors of In- 
corporated villages, so as to furnish t!it> means of a trial by Jurv. having beeu made, a trial and 
sentence to linpn»onment, by the m«y<ir. of s person chsrged with s vlolstlon of the ordlnsnre, are 
Illegal. Thinna* v. VUlagr qf Athlofut. 12 o. <.. 124. " It would be a grave question whether the legls- 
lature could create a new offeoAe. ut t>e punished by lropri«o;iment. and provide that the trial fbr such 
ofib se should be before a single Judge, without a jury.** Tb^ 130— Oholson. J. 

The act supplementary to an act directing the mo.le of trial 1 criminal oases, pawed March S. 
IMO (57 V. 20). U not repugnant to this section, {\tttptr v. St9ir, 16 O. H , 82K. 

6e« further as to trial by Jury : Art. I. ^ &. and notes; Art. 1. \ 19. Note 7 : ArL XIII. I 5. Note C 

(7) In the case of SttUr v. Arrimn, which was an indictment for munler. rsfMred to In S 0. 8« 134. 
an order was made by Parker. J , (if the Elamiltoa County Common Pleas, changing the venoe to the 
Oonnty of Butler; but the pte^idiug ludge(Clark, J.), after full argument, lield that this could nut 
be done. In view of this con»tltutlonsl provision. 

(S) ** ThU constitutional prrtvl«|on extends the common law maxim, whlrh was limited to felon- 
las, to sll grade* of offense* ; nn*! it Is but the application to the administration of criminal Justice 
of a moreiceneral msxim of Jurisprudence, that no one shall be twice vexed for one and the aaae 
cause. On thU msxim restf> the who!e doctrine of rr* mijudieatw. The object of incorporating It Into 
the fundamental law. ««as to render It, as reanecrs erimtnal ososea. inviolable by any iepartaeot of 
tba governmenu" Stair v. tkhimtr. JO 0. 8^ 572-«76— White, J. 

** It IS the right of the state, ami one of ihe roost solemn and responsible of its duties, m pnnHih 
Mime; snd It 1* the atxtoluie right of any one aocavd of enme to demand. *% speedy public trial by 
an Impsrtial Jury,' snd a veMict. declaring hbi guilt or innocence, accordinx to the doe c^turv of law . 
The one is indisiH-nssbly neceissary to th- safety of th* c immunity and the preae^ratlot^of iie^ee and 
order, and the other fur the protection of the innoecnt, and to prevent the o ppr e< wi on, which mubt 
ocberwlre be practiced, by those having charge of state prosecutions. The problem hss alwa}s been 



C0N8TITUTI0S OF OHIO, 



Sec. 14. The rik'ht of Ihe people [o be secure in their perBona, hauaeB, pHpera 
and poBseBaioDB, SKainct iiDreBBonnble eeurchee and iieieareB shall not be violuied; 
and no warraoi shall issue, but upon probftble oause, aapported by oath or nffirtnti- 
tion, particularl; de'cribinft tbn place Ui be BOarched and ihe person and things to 
be seized. (.See i'tmit. 1803, Art. VIII, I B.) 

1 DebKim, ISn. S30, 461. 806, f,1&. 867, BTO. 



il) The provfiilon fn tbc Builtrdr Art (19v.4<3),dlrecttDg ibe putative [ullier t'>be commltled to 
i%M to {lelBiiJi of glvlnv ppciirlty (o pfrfomi The order oi tlif* rourt chATgf nir him vlth the mftlnteuauce 
ot hli lUegllJauLte cbll J, 1j> not In coiifltct with this »eclloK. Tbemim In wbiuh the defciidaot 1> chirged 
with (he n:ilDtenance r-f ih.- rhild. I« uot ■ drbt ulttiln Ihe ni<aDln)i ol Ibii prorlitdii of the Cnnndtu- 
liDH. M<MBi.SteaBrt,'UO.i..Sai\ l'eTHHtv.Miitiry,4 0.a.,SB»; Amn v. Oiobw. IS 0~ m-2lfi. 

The pruvl^n ol Iha art ol Apnl 7, IBiia lU v. ^ ) 3i, aDtfaoriilii( Ihe aireat on eieonlion of a 
partir uMiiu vrbom a line hu been adjudged Hail bl> impiiwniiieDl until tnch tine be paid, or hv bo 
otbervJBedlKhargedtccardinsI'iUH.IiiiOIunconitUullonal. In r SeoU.SeO.H., IBS. 

(3) Thli oonitltutlniiiil frovltliin clearly ron tempi Hies legltlalliin before any arreit could ba 
made In civil action Ihuogh mud lauy have Inletvened. Uiiurv. IhereFuie. whether ol geDcral or 
limited jurUdlctlOD. have novr no coinmon Inn' power to aulhnrlne arreilAln aucii caitca. and the 
power, if it eitcB at all, muBl have been con!err«d by ei press Itglslation." Spice T. Slnnfvck, 14 0. H., 
SlB-ItS— Peck. C.J, 

3 Dtl»lr9,K\. no, 8tl. 4M, 4«e, S0«, B2«. 8&T, Sm 



Skc, 16. All coiirM shnl! be open, and every person, tor a 

3 land, goods, pBrson. or repntntlon, si " ' 
and justice adtnioid'ered without denial o. 



injury done faim in 



r be ezerciaed, except by the 



k; 



Kbc. 17. No hereditary etnolnments, honors or privileges, shall ever he granlt 
or iwDferred by this sute. {S/e Contt. J8M, ^rt. VIII | 24.) 

i DebnlL's, £il. saS-SST, ISS, 4ET, DX. B26, 857, 8' 

Sbc. 18. No power oF suspending lawB shall e 
general aBsembly. (hee Contt. 180e, Art. V/77, I S.) 
Tbe Ku I borl If conferred upon oamniiiaioner* of connt 
'ueftl anQ i.i)erlal pcnnliwlou lor Ihe aiiimila namefl to n 

- April IS. t««5 m V. Xm. wu wllhlD Ihu BCope of 

wiiDinisK.^tloD. Focv.rox.-UO.a.Si6. 

2 Debaten. ISl, S37. Mt.tes. 469. 806. i'X, ffi7, 870. 

Skc. in. Private property shall ever be held inviolate, (1) but snbBervient to tht) 
Ijublic welfare. (2) When taken in litne oF war or other public exigency, impera- 
tively requiring ita imtnediute seiiiireorfor the nurpos^- of making or repairing roads, 
wbicb shall be open to the ptitilic, (3) without eharge, a conipeiiBation Bbsll be mode 
to the owner, in mnney, and in all other cases, where (jrivate property etialt be taken 
for public use, (4) a compensation therefor shall first be made in money, (6) or 
first secured by a denoait of money ; (B) and such compensation shall be assessed by 
a-jnry, (7) nitnout aeduction fur bent-Gta Co any property of the owner. (Sj (.^ 
ComL 1802, Jrl. Vlll.ii.) 



Improvemenl: 



IB oeoupylDEi 



Il in bli eqaltable claim toa enuipei 

.. _ . . ol March 22. IM9 (4; t. M). givlua to the 

which ttie oilglaal act Rave lo tbe owner oi the Uiid, thus lakint th 
«fter the Mlemo form ofarerajvery and Judgment la ejeclme"!. "nil 
advcrury. who 'j ordered to be ejected aa an Inlmder on ihe liiuil, I 
of prtvale property. lb. 



mongnae, a )iidgm»nllIea,Blevy under ei 



0) The 

value of Ijie , 

aonudlilon precedeut to the entry 

IriBhlaolprlrale property aa telded by the i 
pOliaaU'iu lor iI^p^o^enll?nt^ which have a 
oltbeowaer. JVio^ r. Onindp, S O. S., 48S. 
The option which ihls law rIvgi lo tl 
takeibe_lBiidan paylne fi " ■'" 
" 
ad 
:; 
1 
;; 
in 
; 



(._»). 






I the 



paid » 






lue of ihe land, and Inured to I 
after a recovery In ejectment 
' land, Bi 



Iroproveniema, lb. 
uLi;uiiylng clalmaoi Ihe option 
? property away Irom Ibe owner 
Lnnsfen-lng It lo hti uniucceHfnl 
■ a palpable luvaalon ot ihe rlgbi 



So claim, 
The 



lake [he lee 



■ lUbillLk 



of Ibe t\ 



ly If iho ItfftPlaOTe poi 
ot limiuilu'ni. Iq the 



'csied of b la pi 



> Imnrlar Ibe property of one peraon lo annlher, wllh- 
I any analciE)' either lo proceedlti^' In parliilon or ihe 

uie *^fee of th» lormer. Blihou^h the right ot partlilon la an 
common, and the dlvlaion tho leaull of iKCevlly. yet the owner 

the opportunity ot utIhiU by a punihaae; and in th« caae of 



14 cosaiiTDTiON or onio. 

the Isllor, the \i»t ol the tl»tiile retw upon a mis otevlilence, rsldng* prwiimptl 
pw^d, iind upon ihu grouud me Bid ol the Jndiciil power Ir ■'—■-• ■- '■- 

Tlie nccupylni clolmftDi l&w nau upon enllrPlv dlfTrrcnt Br{ 
• cninpui"«Ui>n Tot bli iaprovemeDU, u a oondlUoD precedent In IhejcMltutlOB 

llic Hwiier. It goni to the iiuooat tttneb of tbe IreliilBtlTe po "■■-- ■■-- 

UDcndKlor.v »ct of IMfl. providing lo the Irmniter nf the li>na U 

void. /*. ' 

"Tin plBlntlff's nflldivtt In reptccln of hJuprBpeity »nd riKhint i^nMnwIoii, nil 
pouCsMon Bud claim of rlfht to the HunepraperlT. niakeiii i' 
repUTled. Our iiulnte dirwis la neltureand duUveryofer ii. " 
SDret; tup*y lo the delendintall duniigea; and Ifhedoao, II i 

to Ibe cliUicl iKcumea a mere riglii In action :o reccivpt lie v, i 

bal il Itie plaliittn* tails to give bonil. then the property In r i 
tUT'a right to the chattel i> ohanfcd Imn a mere rlgbtlo im'< > 

deteudanl. And lo tbU there la no conitlintlonal ubjeciioii," .'niiin r. Mrurriint 
?«et,J- . 

the proTlstoiia ot Ihe not or April 4, ISSB (M t. ISI). entitled -au act 10 pro»ia«f 
ol eaiatei In tall In <«rl-1n cuea." and nl ibencu supplemental tlieFeln. p«f«n1 1 
April IS, IMS, are ta onnfltct oilh Uilnaeoilon, lu Kn rHraathei- ipentlon would] 
wiUiuUt Ihu conunt ol the owners, nl veiled ■■iMat In remainder or fevendwii 
puMgeoI tbeaeu. OflpJn t. miUami.l&O. ii.,3s$. ! 

{■ii Thli dkuae oleailf prohllrtia Ihe laUns ol private pr.^perlf Im- prlTaU 
owDxr'a eoaMDt. AKivt v. TVroi.tf H-'iiml Co.. BO,S.,K»^. NorennM 11 be n till 
MDMItutlonal provision on Ibe nut^ect. Shtutr v. Starrtf. 4 O. B, *9l-t»—Th\irm»»,i 

Tho jtKiweT of eminent domAlu li not ronfeired pllhcr by ihia xccllonor by^ 
Article XIII; they ilm|.ly preKtrlbe mode* tor. and llmllatlDns ripnn.llaeinotaH 
luwpacame Incident of Foverclmitj', nnd Itaeaerciee Tor ihF«ccompliplunentof lai 
ferreil utwn the general a»erably In the general Hmut ol legislative BUtbiirllT (Ai 
C.W.&X.R.B. Co., 4 O. S. B0«. ll 

It way be u»d to appropriate landi for a p-.-.bllc highway nl any kind, ■nd Ihtt 
le built and owned by the put)llc or by icorporeilon iia public InnLrumonlsUty.^ 
open for public uh ai > matter of right, ur, aatirdltiB lo Ibe nature of tbe wort|i' 
marie a oomtaun isrrler of goodn or nt pas^rDgeta. lb 

II may be eierolaed directly or indirectly by iheaeneral aaeembly, wllhoal 11 
the judiciary, except tor determining Ihe amount of compenHitlon. But IhacourH 
todewrmiue Its proper limits, a-' ' -' '" '• ■-- "• 



rciHd where mmi 
eaot the particular ca*e ; i 

u be taken; audit 



than to the exlgendlea of the particular ca*e ; and It ii nnub 
land*, equally leulble, could ba obtained by pnn-haae. III. 

Only BQCQ Inlereataa will aiuH'et Ibe public wanticinu b 
a* It IE u>ed by the public, and cannot be dlTeitsd lo any nthi 



^..^...^^ atjlhorittng the approprlntlon of pritali ,,.-,..,, ,j ,-., ^ „ 

mnuMpal corporation, Ihe dltcretlon of ociaroilDliiE the nii until v i.f t^niund raqu 
podo l« veated in tbe ootpora lion : and whtre. In m-lilng iheapiPtncrlalinn. ihbiM 
eiemiBed by Ihe municipal authnrltiee Id good UIDi. llieir ictluu Isflual, trun t 
IB u. a.. Wt. 

Auihoilty lo lay down the aeceanry atrucliiro lor a acreet railway. In a OM 
street, uid to run car: ibereun tor ibe nirriai:e of pnasengen for hi re, may bell 
a company lni:orpnnited for that piirpme, when no private ri^hi of ihe adjoin 
thereby impaired. SIna KaUieay Co. v. Cummitamlle, U O. f „ 6M. 

The legislature may authonie Ihe occupatloii of an eaaement oricjoally MM 
apptDpriatloo, In any manner cejculated lo further Ibe general obJecB of the acqq 
not divert It to purpoaea whicb exclude Ihe original UKi.or lay addltlonalbniaa 
or destroy or Impair ihe tncidautul easements of adjoining lol-owaen In Ihe m 
This iuienst of Hdjoining lot-uwiien Is properly pmteDted by the CDnitttuOon, 
taken or appropriaied only upon tho condlHoh thai compeneadon I* made, ii, 
M. R. Co. Id 0. B , W. 

A elaJmant for damages In the ttlteruMon of a road. Is not eutllled lo recovcp 
ation merely reoilan tbe road lees convenient for travel, wilboot directly Inpftlllq 

II is well Mttlwl that 
poJrlng the uxvel on, to, or irom a streei 

Kwieity, although the property Injured m 
ij/lar. 2 0. a,. ^ 

Tbe owuera of iinlniproved lots cannot recover damegea from a municipal coipl 
ditching or cutting down streeta. being presumed lo purchase with a view to ■ rel 
inent of Ihe Blreela, CTaafonlv. HUaori/DdniMrr, '. O. a., 4S9. 

The owners of lots upon a Btreet, tho grade of which bas not been eatnblldied, 
able care Hnd judgment in making Improvemenis with a view to a tpjuoiuble nod v 
the luwn or city wUl nol be reBponBlble for injuricB lo each improvements by attd 
street, if the grade by ordinary care could nave been antlcfpiued. lb,: ClMl 
O. B., 4W, 

But l[ erectloni are made on a lot In accordance with an cetablithed grade, pnd 
wardnllered,andaBnbBlantlal Injury li thereby done to the owner of a 1^, he I 

satlon. Oravifont v. VOIagt oj Dthuatrt, 70.3., 4SB; Sliwl italiicoy v. O ' — 

eiitnati v. Penny. 21 0. 8., 499. 

(n) A lownahlp road in thia slate Is a public highway, and anbjecl to theuaMol 
alan lo travel it. and may be highly ncceasary to enable the pemon or pemona moal 
directly interested In It, to dlBCOarge properly, and without frespamlng on tbeti nd 
many of the publle duties enjoined upon them v cltltens of the state. In the enati 

^__i_ ... ._„ .._ .. / . li.. -i-u. q( eminent domain, private propel 

It therefor In moDey. Arris T. Ai 
i., 4S4. 




C0N8TITCTI0N OF OHIO. 16 

The inUireAt of the public in public moilii. rouMjitiuir of a perpetDft! «*Menient in tbc land covfr««l 
bjr them, for All the actual unet and purpom>0 of public travel, may. at the dim^retlon of tbcKcueral 
ancmbly. be transferred, without any pectiniary eouiralrnt, to a plaukroad company, micb plaukroad 
fitill remainlnir a public highway, find Rubjeet to the name uwn and purpoM* an tieforc. In vuch **mite 
the coniimny occomcii the anrtsmee of the public, and lawfullv ptwaefwed <>( the name interest the 
public had. Such change of the mode of fiupportlng an exinting highway cannot lie pmtumrd to 
effect injuriotialy the rights of the proprietorw of land over which it paiwea. and If wuch injur)- ii» 
cUimcd to have resulted, it muht In* prove<l. (\ F. *!• C. P. R. Cn. v. ratu,2 <). S.. 120. 

A person whose land is taken by muni<'ipal authority to make or widen ttrci'ts in entitle*! to com* 
penmtion. in money, for the value of the land appropnated to «uch public um^. to t»e aiwrtained by 
a Jury. 1 mmgMoxcn v. yfwnr, TO O. S.. l.'W. 

( i) The ac*t of May 1. 18<^J, entitled ''An act to provide for locating, entahllnhlng and eonmructing 
ditchcjt. drains and water-courweft in town^hipfl" (.Vj v. *.«>. Ip not repugnant to tht* ('(»n«titutlon of the 
Ptatc in .*> far an itn provliiions relate to the taking of private property for township ditrht**. whenever 
the public health, convenience or welfare demands it: 0(»r in to far a* it* pn>viiiionfi relate td the 
mode of comfjenwiting the owner for pnnKnrty taken for the nubile niie : nor In no far a« it* provUiona 
relate to the awnviKmcnl of the c<»t« of^eonHtructlug the dit<*n upon landu l)enctU«*il thereby. .s»«>t«»N#i 
v. Crunkiltim. MO. 8. :«•>. But the act of May I, IHM. ** authorixing the truntoe** of town^biim to 
eatubllnh water t'onrHca," etc. and the Rmendatory a<t of April 14, 1<»7. are In c«inlravfHiioii t»f thi« 
Mvtiou, inutimuch ait they authorise an appropriation of pri^-ate property without referent^' to the 
public welfaiv. R*'*ty» v. Tmi*. o/ WwhI Ot . .s <). S., SSI. 

The M<'t of Auril .10. IM'.) ((Vi v. TH^. "authorizing the building and repairing of Icvff* lo prottM-t 
landi* from overtffiw." i» in contravention of thi^ nection. inanmuch a* under Itn provision*, private 
property may l>e uppropriatetl without refen'uce to the public welfare, and alM». ina«murh u* \u* pro- 
ritfi<m w made therein for the aweaKment of ixmipeiimtion b>* a Jury, i^ith v. A. 4* u M*. R. Oi , 
2!>().S..«H. 

The a-pe for which private property may l»e uken muM be Ptricily public. A canal i* «»uch a 
public work that private property may l>e taken In c«m<«tnicting It. i^*t»pir v. WiUuuikM. lO^iVl- 
b^\ W'Ulyardw HtimiUon.t 0.,'lyi. AW. And alfK> in ret>«iriuglt. /Jii/m v. ri».»prr. :> o. UVip.i. A 
toll britlgc, authorize*! by law. in abni mich a work. Yomna s . Bnrkiutjham, .'» O . 4k.w So are put (lie 
itreetfl Hiehtx v. ClrrrUind. K. O.. .>4-'t; Symnmh v. Cincinnati, 14 O . 147: /*rT»«ni v. Cinrtrfntti. \h .lAX. 
eo an- turnplkeB. Kfmvrr v. C r, A- ir. T. fV li <>.. :«i. And railroaila. ir#».»r»V*ir/ v. /.. M. R. R. r.,.. 
17 O.. 310. And towuMiip roadh. Frrrin v. BrtimitU, .S O. S.. IW: >'Artivr v .^Sfiirrrfl. 4 o .«;.. r.M And 
township ditchea. drninDand wat<>r-Cf»unH*j«, when the publir health, eimvenience or nvlfare dviuandti 
them. Snaiion* v. CrunkHton, M O. 8., M9 ; and nee R^rrr* v. Tmu. tt'tntd 0».. h < K S.. :cci. 

(.')) An aMH.>«ftment of damagiii in the ".*«um of one hundred and fifty doIlan>. uith a w«t;on nay 
and stop for cattU*." a^ the damatreM •ui*talne<l by the owner of land taken for the (*onMrurti<in ut 
a railroad, in not in conf«»miitv with thin iir»>vi«ion. r. n. R. R. t\t. v. Ht*U*r. 7 t) ^ . i."^ 

No valid appropriation of proiH*rty for public iuh' can l>e tna^le without a U%i pnivldlni; i-oui|x*n 
•atiou to the owner, to Ym* ajwe«N*<i in the m<Mlo i»n>i*criN>d in the Constitution. The r4in«irtutii>n. in 
thin iMirticuliir, doe* not execute itnelf ilrAnhnr v. KHlu, r» O, 14«>: Fif-tr y. t^mrinuati.M o., ,0a; 
Lamb v. Latw, 4 O. 8.. Ift7: Sharrr v. .^arrrlt. lb.. 494: Hatmm'9 Er'r v. TruMtf* o/ Ptoimtrnt Tp.iX 
O, S.. tWw. 

1,6) In caiMi of the aanowment of dainagen for laying out a rtaul o\er the land» of any pfrM>n, the 
damage's or compc>nnation for the land neiH^nnary to betaken hiunt U> paid or t**nder\><l in money, or 
•ecureil to lie i»aid to the a^Teptance of the owner. In'fore the opening of the mad can Tx' onlvn'd. 
Ferri* v. RmmbU. fi O. 8.. 109. 

Under the act to proviile for locadUK. «*atabllnhlng and (*on«tmcting dttchea. drain* and natcr- 
eourwn i.V> v. .v<: .v$ v. 4*.n. )ii>rm>nal notice to the ouner of land* ttkught to l»e taken fi>rthec«in' 
atruction of a dlu-h in not indi»|K'nnabIe in order to itn condemnation and appr<»(»rlation. notice l>y 
publication provided for therein bi>lng nuAHent for that purpiiae. Cm/^ v. t^na. «»/ Sn/efi r»^i9 
O. 8^ I7:i. 

A land-owner failing tQ make application for ct>mp«*nnation ordamagea within the tluii' limlrtil 
by the act, will lie deemt^l an<l held to have waived bin right to the name, although hf bnd no actual 
notice oi the pn)ce(Hling: and the provlriou In nald a4*t to that effect in not In coutllrt with ihi<^M>ctlon 
of the conntitutlon. ih. 

The provlno in nection n\x of the act of January 'i7, IKiVt. ** for (»(ienlng and regulating road* ami 
highwayn." dei'larcn a nilc of evidence whereby a waiver, on the part of tne land 4iwner of bl* right 
to comiH'Ujation. may l>e ei(tal>li«h»1 ainl <l(»eii not contltct with thin M^'tion of thr < 'on*r)tutK>n. The 
rule etmtained in thin nrovino cannot Ih> rcganltNl rither an a ntatute of HmitutLon. «hviN'ti\ « right 
aeeure<l l>y the (*onntltution in barre«t immi'«li::t4 ly ufK>n the acenilng theiX'of. <>r lu^ « ^tAtute derhirTim 
the forfeiture of private pn»pi»rty. Rtrtmr v. W'i'ntrr. 22 O, 8.. 27r». 

l7t Thin i»r«>vi»lon annlft*a to all the c«»e* niention«Nl in the •eetlon. iMmh v. fan/, 4 • ». P , 1»".7. 

The word Jury in ihln nei*tlon. ai> well h> in the other plai^f* iu the Constitution when* It ••*vuni. 
Ueaiif' a tribunal of twelve men. prcni«l«*«| tiver by m court, and hearina the ailegattonn. e\ lilmee ami 
argumeuta of the parti***. And iney may be MUt to Ini^itect the premlne*. /^. . H''»rt t. Stittr, z (i. h., 
807: ^nrrr v. Stnrrrtt, 4 (». S.. IW. 

An awA^M'ment may Ih* nuule by viewer* in the flnt Inntance, provMcil a rlicbt of ap|ieal t» given 
to a court in which they may Ik* a.weff<il »iy a <*on«tttutional Jury, htmh v. Umr, 4 <>. ji . put. in Rt 
WrIU CiftiHty RiKiti. 7 O. 8 . Irt: Rtchur v. Wnnt^r, 22 t> 8 . 27.% 

Under the C«»nftitutltm of iMm. three «ilsintere*U'*I freehtdder^ of the <Ni«nty nhere tlie pn»|ierty 
la niiuate<l. api>«iiniol by a Judge of a court of reci>rd. nana competent trlTninal to make the mNfvm- 
aeut. irtflyani v. UnmiUnn, . O, 2 pt^ 111 : n'-.rt v. Sfolr. 2 o. 8 . 'Sff^-V, . A'nrtw. r v. C. 6. P. R. R. Co^ 
6 0. 8.. 140. 

The owner of land* in entitled to a Jury to a j w eni damagea nunulneil by theenuldlvhrncntof acounty 
road. An to whether the Conntltutlon operate<l upon case* pending before leg1«latl«m. tptrir. /« jjy 
WdU County Ritad, 7 (». 8.. 16. 

The act of Jantnir>- 27, 1M^3, entitled "An art for opening and regulating miNln and hlghwava" 
(51 T. aORK as amendcil April 8, 1MA6 i.V) v. r.9K !• not repugnant to the t»n>vtnlon» of the <'ou»titution 
relating to trial by jur\'. an (contained in Mctlonn five and nineteen of the flr«t article The rtvht of 
ftppeiU ther«'ln provldeii for, to the probate court where ac«>nftltutlonal Jur> may U* ha<1. valldatea 
tSe ntatute: ana the provition therein for an app«*al bond, with nuretiet omditlonefi for the payment 
of <-oats adju<lge«i agaiuM the annelUnt doen not contravene the right of trial by jury, an guaranteed 
by the Conatitution. Rerknrr v. n nmrr 22 O. 8.. 2T.^. 

Bee further as Ui Jurien and the right thtfeto. ArL 1. 1 &, and Kolaa : Art I. ) 10. Nota .% . Art. XIII, 
I^Xouft. 



CONSTITUTION 



(S) In ptowedltiKs 

rMItatloQ ofinoa, (he ron_ __ ^ , _, 

^Iwicnig tonferniil to be dciluiiWd fnuu tbii value uf tbs proiwrty 



|Fi) In pTOWtidlntn for Out Hnpivprle 
itloD ofimi, |he roDBniicUou puf up 

^i . ._ t.. j_.. J , .^ . —lug „( ,1,5 pfoiHirty ipptapiU 

by tt Jury, irtll be adtwrof W 



[Mun. *■«««■». >;*i'.H. a. m„ 6 o 

An BiMUuit-iit U[>UD IbuQi (roDilii( au ■ Birect. lo relmbune Ihv mmouat of 
1> other land tAken lur Ibe \ur. ol tbe alreei, (i Aiilliorlxeil tav the M 



pro Villon. ClBttatia 




TO3 pra«laiDiu dI IhiiMuUoa ._ . _. .. 

io be made vltbitut dednctioa for banellu. nhen itroperty Is approprJHted 1r 
ollivT provldlDi! f IT onspenutlon Imrpeollra of 6e^eal^ ivhera II la tak-n ,. 
rlgm-of-way— are, lu legal elUM. Idenilckl. When takta under cUb«r KOIion, U 
Inciuh, M lh« lime It U titk«n, mutt b-' i«ld to tbc owner; tnd tbe Jury, Inaf 
hate Da ilgbl to coDilder or Rwk« wiy wn ot IbP Ixat tbiiE tt hiu been IncroM 
prupoMl or ouDKtrucdon of Ibe Impmvi uent. lijuu v, C. It', tt Z. K, S, CVi., 

iOebatai.lfll, IW-nS;! [>bb(lM, |-fl-IS;.23d-2«], 318. BM.U.'. ESS. 66)1, Stil 

Site. SO. This enumerfttion of ri(chte Bhall not be rxinslruetl t 
'Otbere retained by tbe people ; anil all potrere, not herein delegfti 
'the people. («« Co— "™ '■ VTI.iZS.] 

, Thin woilo' 
'«.B,101; Bat I 



or llmlLtioo 01 


1 the 


1 Debalee 


egiiied. 


ARTICLE 


n. 




_l 



LEGISLATIVE. ^9t 

'All ol thU artlole b devoleil to the nibjecc of tr^liUUie poverauid dqtU 

I .._■->...._. .._...„ ._.. ._. — . — ...^..jijj under thla Conitllullon, tftlhc 

I., 983-530- DulUff,]. 

SicTioN 1. The lt;){islative power of this state (1) shall be vi 
ueembly, (3) whtrh shall coDBist of a Bennle, and bouse of ropn 
Ooiul. 1802, JrL/.H) 

(1] '< Tbe same prarlolon 
1 be olurrved Ibat the pro ■».».. » ...,. ^.._. ».v .vsu,r..u.ut/u.. ....... ..</........ 

Jl be retied iu the psnenl atwinbly, but that Ibe leglilAilTe power d( thb 
It lucludu all legliiuMive oover Thfch the nblMt and ponioMs of the Mab 

Sutre, oDii we muHt look Lo ollwr provlaioDB of the Oonatltnnon to eee bow Ca; 
le legl^Dtlve dlBcntlon in quiLliaed ur reslrlcieil. Bence, tbe diflbrenm bvlww 

expressly gix'en ; in Uie imter, W lee II It 1) denied or Kmllcd. Therefore, when 
semblv lu enai'l Hny particular Ian Is drann into quvstion, the proper laqufry 
eicrcise "f tlie legWttlivu power Isdeiirlv prohlMled by the ConcUtutlon. Tbei 
seiitTnl, tbe iiiiectlnii [s as to tbe eil5teuc« of a llmitatloa ariilag Iioin «peelaf 
V. nncmn.i/i, flO. S„.iiH-&12-ahoi>.on, J.; ifftwunv. MrBrbb, 16 O, B.. STtSffJ ; 
SI V. i.. l-.ti-'iOl. Such iirublblUon must eltbiT bo louuil in eipreu termx, or bt 
(mm tbe languBue ot tbe Inslniment. when iRlrti oonil 
mtbg. CaHV.DiUou.2 0.ti-.eo'; Emmv. Dudle]/.i(>.8..t3 

_. . je general assembly, like other depani — ■- ■' — ■ — 

sated authority ; and aoy aft passed by It not IslllnE talrly w , . 

b ai eleorly void as tbougb eiptowly prohibited. C. W. £ Z. B. JC. v. Com. CHntof 



!»1 !plrilanil melinlQg. CoMV. IHU-m/i O.S-.Ga- 

. 5T3-,^ni, But the general assembly, like other deparuneni* ol aoTeruaii.. 

..., — .. J ._ J .„ .. „„ ......„„ t^i^ wlihiQ the scope ol-l 

„ - .. P. 2 Z. ii. «. V, Com. CHntof 

Henenil grant Of legiilative ponror vested In the eeueml awembly by thl* 

Kwor lo eollecl revenue (o[ public purpoaei, •■■■* "■" "■"'•-■'—— — •■ ■-' 
found In other provisloiis o( this inattumE 



.„ — ..Jtavn.Sf 

The power to authorUe ssgtwments, as dlMIngulKheit from taxes proper. Li < 
U grant olleglalttUve power lo the general aasembly. Sfrvav. Trtat-qf Wk 



ler provisloiis o( Ihlslnanument, and In Ihu Conitllutlon of tl 
r. Mowr -■- " — 

' irLti' ssgtwments, as dlMIngulKhed from ta 

dveoDwer to the seneral aasemblv. Errva .. ^ 

r_. _. M! tamplkc t _.. 

unuuq. itH well as for the Improvement of street and sidewalks, exists to the sai 
pteEenlConsUtuUonaaunderthalof 1803, lb. 

" The enaelDient of lawt for the inspection of commoditiea It the exercise c 
recogoiied and lanellaned by long and iinquestliined usage here and elsewhen 
Ihe general grant of leglilatlvo power conferred by the Conalltotlon itpon the ge 
among the Eeneral, If oat the liivarUble, Incldenu and chsjacIertsUe fealurcs o' 
the {mposIlloD of a Charge upon the owners or posseiaoR of the commodlUnlosj 
o( the Inspector, alttiougb tb«e serrlcei! may have been rendered in ittvUma as 
HHSor. It Is the legitimate exercise of governmental saperrlsloa over the bus 
tnrera and venders of certain oommodltles, In order to protect the public, at bom 
Imposition and fiaud. and, Incldeiitally, to protect manuEactunu and venden ib 
founded and nnlusl olalras of Tendces and consumera, a» well ns against the c 
«Hii shortsighted tepidity," CbidnnaU l?R« £, A C. C». v. 5Iaf<. IB a S. 2S7-SM- 
TbeactaotMivcbaa, IBM, April fl, 1866, April ie.lBeT,Bu^Drtilng county con 

Ihe_general grant ol legislative power. Oau Tp. v. XMIion. 16 O. H_ as ; Stall t, Ha 

r. jraten'lHt rp.,M0,a.,2SB; sfof V. BfcWand n'„Ib,i SlaW t. «rripr«fc, Ib.,S62. 

The general assembly, onder the general grant of legislative power conl:alnc< 

bj Uw, ereate a board ol police commlulonen for a city, (o be appointad b]t the 



CONSTITUTION OP OHIO. 17 

upon such tjoard the p'lwer to appoint and control the policemen of Nuch city : and it in uo obJ(><>tiun 
to Nuch law that proviouM U> the adoption of the Conntltution the electors of the citicx <if the our** h««i 
uniformly elected or appointed their own policemen, either directly or iudirei'tlv. S<ntr v. Cortfottm, 
290.8. 102. 

(2) The power of the general assembly to paM laws cannot )>e delegiite<l by them to any other 
CK>dy. or to the people. C, W. A Z. H. R. CV>. v. i om. nj tttnton Vn^ 1 O. S^ii. Itut an act authorixiux 
counlv commissioners to KuU*<'ribu to the capital Htock of a railroa<i company letuicted under the 
Constitution of 1802). does not delegate legislative iMiwer in providing that toe suljscription »hall 
not be made until the assent of a majority of the electorN of the county if« Arst obtained at an elir>- 
tion held for that purpose. lb. 

1 Debates. lflS-166. 168-171 : 2 Debates. 141. SIM, 560. 632, 6M. (07. K31. HTiT, kTQ. 

8ic. 2. Senators and reprMentatives shall be e1e<^ted biennially, by the electors 
in the respective counties or districUi, on the second Tuesday of October ; their term 
of office shall commence on the first day of January next thereafter, and continue 
two years. (See C(m$L 1802, AH. /, H 8, o.) 

1 Debates. 171-1 7». lM-226 ; 2 Debates. 141-149, 81H, MO. 632. 664, W7. «1. h:.7, hto. 

8ec. 8. Senators and representativefl rhall have rebided in their respective 
counties, or dibtrit ts, one year next prect*<lir|; their election, unless they shall have 
been al)sent on the public business of the Unitea Suites, or of this state. {See C4)nM. 
1802. Art. /, H 4. 7.) 

1 Deliates, 163, 217, 218, 226-228: 2 Debates, 142. 149, 21.\ 31«. :■«>. Cti, nft4. sc»7, K.11. v'.T. STO. 

Sbc. 4. No person holding office under the authority of the United States, or 
any lucrative ofllce under the authotity of tnis state, shall be eligible to, or have a 
sent in, the general assembly; but this provision shall not extend to towniihip 
officers, justices of the peace, notaries public, or officers of the militia. {See Ckmti, 
1802, Art, I } 26.) 

1 Debates. 16a. 2ri7. 2V» : 2 Debates. 161, 182-185. 318. 567. GXi, fiAI. 807. KTl. V.T. h?0. 

8kc. 5. No person hereafter convicted of an embexslement of the public funda, 
shall hold any office In this state ; nor shall any person, hc»lding public money for 
disbursement, or otherwise, have a seat in the general aaaembly, until he aliall have 
accounted for, and paid such money into the treasury. t.Srf OrniL 1802, Art, 7, i 2S.) 

1 Debates. 163. 164. 258 : 2 Debates. 164, 31«. .Vw. 56n, 577, 578. 633. 664. ^17. s:\], k'.T hTIV 

Sbc. 6. Each bouse shall 1 e judge of the election, returns, and qualifications 
of its own membt rs ; a majority of all the meml>erM electe*! to each house shall Ih* a 
quorum to do business ; but a less number may adjourn from day to day, and c^m- 
|>el the attendance of absent members, in snch manner, and under such penalties, as 
shall be preecribed by law. {See Comt. 1802, Art, /, } a) 

1 Debates. 163, 228. 229 : 2 Dcl>atus. 1 49. l.'iO. 219, J2i). Mf*. :^, t-tl »/»4, ftr. 831. ku\ V.T. hTo. 

Sbc. 7. The mode of organising the house of representatives, at the mm- 
mencemeut of each regular session, shall be prescribed by law. {See OmM, 1H02, 
Art I { 8.) 

2 I>eli«t<^. ;:i 4. 21 \ 6^4. »"A4. H»7. KTJ, V ", sTo. 

Sbc. 8. Each house, except as otheraise provide<l in this constitution, 8hall 
choose ita own officers, may determine ita own rulen of procee<lin|(, punish its mem- 
bers for disorderly conduct; and, with the coucnrrence of two^thirda, expel a mem- 
ber, but not the second time for the same cause; and iihall havt* all other pitwers, 
necessary to provide for its safety, and the undieturbed transaction of its business. 
{SnOnuLlWSi, Art I, ill.) 

1 Dclmtes. 163. 229 : 2 DelMite«. 220. 24i». 31«». .Vi«i, tin. «f4. »«r7. Mj. k'.T s^i) 

8ic. 9. Esch house shall keep a correct journal of ita proceedinga, which ^hall 
be published. At the derire of any two meml»ers, the yeas and nays shsll be entered 
Opoo the journal; and, on tlie passage of every bill, in either house, the vot«» hhall 
be taken bj yeas and navs, and entered upon the journal; and no law sha 1 lie 
passsd in either house, without the concurrence of a majority of all the members 
•Iscted thereto. {See Contt, 1802, Art /, I 9.) 

Ho bin ran become a law with(»ut ret'elvlnir the number of votes retiiii'^t \r. the (Nir:«tltiitiui. ami 
If It wen' found by an luniKTtion of the U«Ulatlve Journal*, that what |>uii'*'i"^ <*> ^'«' s law \\\*»'U the 
•tatole tMX»k, was not iMuscd by the rc\4ulsit« uumtMrr oi votw». it ml^la (ntwibty \t ihi- ilut) >»t ib« 

49 8.8. 




___ BnTinitir. SullliIoMiiMronoiFlli _ 

mBjcrity b iamliil. becauw, la ib c.«uiUd«rutton^ Ihc u»«mbly did not 

{o thuli*hsn».it». IbeotMBrTTOcs of wbieh br Uie ■membly h «i-pured'~tw ^ 
otScItl oatha. and nol bf imj wiwrvbionr hthci ot tbo «n>rM. Fiirdaix T. OodM 
T.Soif.a - 



* The IwiilBtlre Joanial* (umtab Ibe Mproprbite erlitmoe on Uie qufMIob \ 
pn«(d by l£e r«|iihliE iiiimbsT rtvtAct. Wen II nlbcrwiK.BbiJI tnlebl bemifl 
loK fit: iiumlfcr of v(ilt» reiiulral by the I'liimlllnliau. A lintile pmMiag oOM 
ture give Ibc lorce ot btw In b bUI whlcb the immal nt ibe body mn wl 
Hflilcm 1" l<^pl under the nipenlnlun of ihe whole binly, rfiowi o"! tci havt 
ooosiEtutlDtial nambcT ai UKinbrn. Tbc plain (c-irlidnu u( the (.'onatltullou I 
Med, and tbe erliVncp vbloh II rt^ulrea lii be kepi undtl tlio laDcrvfalnn \ 
must contnil «tiea a niienlloo arlim as lo Rte 4i>? paume irf ■ bfll " />iRl| 
H7— BcoH.J.iamlseBWoff'r.Jf'tfhU. SO_3&t: SO.s:, 47S, 

In thp abnnra or nil Hbowlii); lo fliF c<>ntinr]i, a law wilt be rmunnl M 
the Tt^nukstte niimbR ol tous. MBt/r r. StaU. S n. S, tT'i; SrnimVal A'nrtM 

1 Debates lOt, 2», [SO; S Di^intes, 1.1*, X1R, Mr, 577, it's, M 

B«C. 10. Any toember of either hooee Bhall baTe the riftht 
tmj Hct, or resolulion tliereot; ami Pnun pr'ilesi, nnd the renM 
without alterfiiion, L-ominitDieiil, or ilelav, be enterer) apon the J 
1802, ^r(. /, 1 10.) 

I UebWf", fnt, 230, !31r inftmrra, t.VT, 21.r, .71*. S«C, 13 

Sbc II. AU vacuncipB whiph mar bnpppn in either honse e 
pjred term, be Blted bj ek-crioD, tie Hhiill be d)recle<l bv law. 
Art. J, i IB,) 

iDetimnfiB. »>:2i>L>riBTFS. 150, s^^.'';R). ea 

8ec. 12. Senators and repreHeDtMriveBidnriiiKthe itsBinDof th< 
And in going to, and ri-tiirning tnmi the winie, rhiill be privileged 
vaee, except treason. (eloiiT. ur brenrh nt the pem-n; siiii ('"r iioy 
I JB either house, the* shiill uut be quealioned elicwbere. {.^ Ciml 

Sec. 13. The pmceedhiKH of l>olh botises ehall be pnblie, eso 
in the opinion ol two-thir.le of ibone present, require secrecy. 
An.I,{ IS.) 

I IMiales, ItMSK 31 ; 1 DeUteit IW »l, MD, CS 

Bbc. 14. nehber bonn BhRll, without the eonvent of the othe 
than two days, Sunday exuluded ; nor to any other place than tha 
hoDsea sbatl be in eoMion. {■•-re Coma. 1802, Arl. I, g Ih.) 

I DdBIW, 1«, Z» ; 2 Dabaln, UO, »«, 5M, SS 



ICt-fiatcw, Ica, 23il:.2DcbBl», I3t. mn. 5CB, « 

8e<7. 18. Every bill shBll he fully and distinctly read, on th 
nnlMB, in case of urgency, tbrei^laiirthH ol the tvonee, in which it 
■hall dispense with this ralf. U) ^o hill ahabl cMitHin B>ore than • 
■hall be clearly ejcpreBsed in iis title; (2) and no law sbatl be reT 
Tmleee the new act contain the entire ai^t retiTed,or the ^eeliADOr 
(8) and tiie aection, or aeetione, so amended, shiill be repculf d. [A 
Arl. I, i 17.) 

11) ThUaecliOD dDemst rpanfre Ihot eroty a f eai li Bpnl ID'S HIIsfeallbeK 
T. Stair. SO. 8.. 47.1. (See np.i Boit.i 

(2) TMs provliian iru iikit>r]Kiintcd into tOe ronMltiitlos lor the parfH 
nenrenlnileoi tbe bouiie*, ami in i>|wnt(eon)y on blUs bi lbelrpTu«rt!»throDg|- 
It l£ dtreetory oaW,aifcd tke mpenl^ioii of Ita obaervant-e murt b« left to (he gi 

... . ... 1 „ H- ._ „.!._ .. ... nf ise pto*lrtoiilhii( "every 

ifnfc, 3 0.S.. 415-4«3. 

. -, dttw the general Statute* of ( 

1879, and eiBbD)tl«lbItb?Rc*I»i[ SEalntm, Isnot roidnbcllIK In conQl'CT iritt 
T.Stafcr, 37 0.8., 494. 

Every reasoDHble Intendment istir^ mnde-ln faror of Ihs proccrdlnns of Si 
10 be presumed that the asjembly- or either liotise of It, has violated the Connti 
lore,ltBppcarBby Ihejoumala thatabil' 



IwWl^'wa 



CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 19 

^Bbjeot from that stricken out; I'sptiL'ially whvn the nmltfer lni»erU^! in con^bitciit uiih tin tUW Imnic 
by the liili iK'fon^ ^u(■h luueiidoient. Thi** Im tiie raorv <»bvi«'U.«. »>i»ct* tUe < oiif^tii'tti.^n i»i*ai>I> - thai 
"no bilJ Mbuil roiitAiii more tbaii one fiul>Je<'t. uhich ^h«ll be clearly exptvxMtl in i'.b litlf " Nnr <1«k« 
the fact that the inMrrteii mailer is t^Ued a " new Ull," pn>ve that it waa u<>t an aiu4'ij<«iU('(it. Mdirr 
V. Statt^ a O. S., 47.\. 

Thih uroviHion Ik (11rM*tor\- merely. But a bill for tl e nnnilalion of the health ofil<-rn> an*! niluT 
police otU('4*nK i«f aril v,4rontainA tiut one Mibj.Tt uithin th<' mcmiiip; of thi#: M<*ii«>n. >'< /' \ • « itny- 
ion, 2» O. > . Ut2 

i'M **TliiH proviMittn waM iuwrteti. maJnly. to prevent improviik-nt lei;i^latl<»a : an«l uitb that 
view aA well aiH for tJie pnr)KxH.> of raak^u' all Mtn. ulien Mi..<-n ic«I. iut«*UiKible. without i.u exam 
InaLion oi Uw statuteK ait it MimmI |»rior ti* rht* aui<*n(lment. it nxjuircn ewry Me«*Utin niizrli it in- 
Ccnde<l to yuper^Mio a former one. to Ih* fully Jiet out. No amen<lment^ are to Ik' mAilt- l>> i1ir«rtinir 
epecife<l woni^ or cUumw U* )>e Ktrirken from <»r ln*ierte<l in a MiUon of a prior »tutute whu b may 
he referreti to : but the new art must contain the wK'timi mm ameiKle<l->not thf Ne<*ti<*n • r •^-^tionii 
vrhich it pn>p<weii to amend, but the i*(H*tif>n or m«rtioua in full, aa it punH>rta to amend tht m. 1 hat ij*. 
it requJntt not a recital of tho old Necti(»u, butafuU atalement in tiTma ol the new one. ' Jjhntam 
▼. McBrutf, 15 U. S.. 57:1-4102, 6U»— ScoCt, J. 

The act of February 21, lM<t7 y<A r. 1>(), AUthorixinK build] ng a>9(H-lationfl to become ifM<>n><>niti«l. 
<aa provided in certain aeeCtoua of the "act to provide i«»r the cn>ation and nvtilation <•! iii«<>r|>o 
rated companies. nai«e<l Mar 1. 1>CiC2,** hafl reference to tiie NiM*tit<iit Dasnet^ i^hii-h wen- tin n in 
ioroe. and not to the original fectiou?i which had been rvpitiitd. J'tarrM City L. «l- U. .I'^ \. d^d 
iaghfr, 25 <>. S., 'Ji»*, 

The !ie<*tions of the act of IH.%2 are rcli»rred to ai* pre^irritUni; the eoume to be punaH^I by |>«*rMiUff 
dealrinjr to be<*ome iU(*t<rporated for the punMine of a%'allin|r themwl>«yi of the |iii\ih*);e> «if the aiH 
of February 21, IKVi : and the lant named ai*t in not an amendment of auch aectittni* within xlw nuian 
Ingof thia tteetion of the C'oni«titution. Jb. 

A iitatute doea sot conflict with thin lectlon whSeh la not an amendment of a lairtiriilHr ^tatute, 
but la ilaelf a distinct and in<l«peHdent HUtute. and la an amcadmeut only aa tM*iUK an ani4rnilni**nt of 
the law fsenerally. Rninltn v. JIU'Ith, i:» < ». h.. 'Jf:. -jw. 

(4^ Thihclau^ ifi dire<*u>ry only t<» the Kvn<-ral aMrmbly. ami waa u*A InteiMled loabnicMU- the 
longjuitabll-lM'd rule a^ to repeals by implication. Lrhmnm v. MrHritl*-^ 15 if. >.. .*i7:i. 

The rule, that rciveak by irapliitition arL> not favored, i«i applicable to the iminiry whether any \mr- 
Cieular eoAitnent ceaw^l to be in f<Mreeon acfM>unt of repujcuaiM*y to the ii«*w Con»titution >m<« v. 
Ihidlc^. 1 O. S.. 4:17. approv<><l ; (.tun v. JHUtm, '1 < ). h., COT. 

1 lAebaU"*. l&t. TXi. 2»7 . 1 licljatea. lAUi. lil. JIH, JflU, WJ. i^Ct, fiftt. Mi7. /C\ v;: .s\ k?h. 

Sic. 17. The prtwHing offirer of ench boaae Bhall fim*. pnlilicly in the pr»iieDce 
of the houhe over which h« presi-^Hi, whHe the %\\\\^ la !ii ae(«u>n, mul caj':;H!H of 
transacting btiMneeSfAll himaad j''int reiiolatiooa pajvikI hy the generMl &«iH^nibt)r. 
(te Omtt. 1802, AH, I \ 17.) 

I Debalea, 295 ; 2 Iv^baltw. 1»C. 31^ «U, «4. ^T. KtJ. \>, "On. 

Sfx*. 18 Tlie atvle of the Uwe of this nUte ehHll 1>^, ''Btk ennckd by Ou (ienrrol 
Ammkiy </ ike HiivU of (jkior {See Cuntl. \9A, Art, 1 1 IS.) 

1 IVbatra. 1C3, in. S33; 2 I>i<baU<a. MH. Ml, «». «M. Hir. V^. •^ > «»7a 

Siic, \9. No senator or reprenentiiUve shall, durinic the term for whioh he ishall 
have bfen electetl, or for one year thereafter, be ap|Kiii)te«l to any civil iffiie tinder 
ibis state, whioh nhall be created or the emolutneiitM>f v hirh shall have bi^en in- 
creA8e<l, dtiring the term for which he hhall haie Uen dix'ted. {*See Onttt. 1802, 
AH, I f 20.) 

J ncbat<y^ 163, iH-2W; 2 I)vliat«*a. l.'.l. 31H. V^ -<kV. ^7:. (!X{.W4, HtT. K'l k>. ^i. 

Sbc. 20. The general araemb^y, in cases not provide«l tor in this conHtitutfon, 
•hall fix the term of office and the cf'mf>en8atif n <>f ntl (itficerv; (!) bnt no chat«ge 
therein shall iiffect the salary (2) of any officer duriug his ezi«ting term, unless the 
office be aboli.ibed. 

(U Tln'artof May l.lViUI.'iO v. l<^^. pr«'«eTlT»tne the fi-e^ i»f i-mnitv aMdltivm "H not in »-unftl4': 
with thi* MM-tJikii nwr with f»/4*tiou twenty ^ix of thir article t-nrAtt v '>uii'. i*» o. s . V. 

"The <lnty enjoined by thia ^H*tloa in rcirard to flxiuff the <'«im)n*n«ati<*n of «»rtkc«r*. •!•%« ni>t 
require the icenerul AKscmblv ut Hx tb«* Mtm or amount uhu-h v&t'h i>/tl«'^T i* lo r«'o-i\<-. ? i;: iii.!} 
rvqulrei that It nhall pnwcnbe <»r fix the nile by which Mich ciwapeii9Mitl<»tt b to l«e 'l^tfrni.niHi. ' 
lb. a-WhJte. J. 

The a4*t of May 4, 1M2)(A> v. HOu auth<»rijdait the coun^ to afifMUnt tni»te«« u* mny on: tht- pn>- 
vialonaol the ltd and t4> fix their ciMBpenMitbm. b> not in omfllct %iith thi<> provision. ' Tht irii»tfni», 
for whoK' apiM>intm«>nt it |*n>vi«k«, are ni^C puttlie omcers within the meantni; of tbi* |>ri»\i»l«<n. 
H'ollnr r. ittwinmiU. Z\ O. S.. 14. 

-Thif* clau«e cannot be r^irarile*! a» comprehenthnjf moi** than Mi«-h officer* af» m«> >- • r- nf.^1 u* 
Aid in the p«-nuaneut ailmiui«>tratioii of the K(*vemm««nt. It cannot include all the iii;« im n * m I.i h tie 
g<raenil aa»embiy may authorise mnnlHpal and other e<iT}p<iFatli>nf m innploy for b^vtl and ti ni|>*>rary 
porpoae*." lb. :d-!Sc»tt. i '. J. 

The ea*e of a dtrk of tlie cmirt boldina hia oAce by a|t|iointmi*nt lo nil a Ta<«nry, \n • m t»f the 
eaaealn which the (*on^tilntion haa not tixe«i the term of otllee, but lift that t4i tt«* done T>v ili.- Uvia 
lAtulv. StftU X »iZrfiN<y. 6 1 >. 8.. 40-4.H- Hartley. V. J. 

Thiffve^^tion imp«iM'!» no revtraiut on the JMiwer of the ireneral aam^niMy to extent! the tt-ii..rt- of an 
officer lM<yond hl« term, ami until bin ituct^<«aor la t)imlit)e«l. InacaM wheivtbr dumti'iiiof *uch 
icsun hi not limited by the Tonatitotion. SimU v. iia«fr. 'X* i». S.. .Sfefv 



co:i8TmjTioN or obio. 



from Itie clmiiBC o( ii!T»reiii.ti>i 

■nuiU or [iprliiditf*! [wyiueSl 
-■ -' "— iprvice rt-ndcred. " 




, *(iIviMilMgi- ou iUb siumiQl o'lunni'v TBdcbtil auil 

.{Ua •«!tn>u. Tlump*m v. PhlUipt, Vi O. S.. SIT. UlN. 

1 Debuto, 1(8, SSS,S!i;2 Uitbe 



A spH-IHl- mode of eoDtoiKnK nloclioni In ' i . 
' to Ibis iv>|iilivni«ut uf UisUuiu<mulLoii.tlu>t i>. -i 
moil kdAh' iliuiJd oi loqiilry by |irocoi<dlntE4 In '^ . i ' ' 

■So!Bi[nr ^'""'''^'^^ ""'*'' '^'"'^*^''''' '''"'''''''"'■'''■■''""''''''' '"'''^ 

2 DulwUB. 32H, ills, 66U, Mt, Sn, H 

Skc. 32. No ^oney Bhall be ilravD from tlie treaour^, excAnij 
QieciSc oppropristion, raBdu by Iaw ; nnil no iippropriHticin shall M 
period thau two rears. {Sfc CimH. 1BD2, Art. I, i 21.) \ 

Nd ofllrur i>f the Hidb^ rait ej;tcrlah>HDr coDtracC iMrvpt In cflBecvpeHftf 
llrtuniliy llii' KPUiMnl luecintjly will, twu yenn after, Iw banud to make Bpiiii 

Pulu objn^I cicanxed nniount: tfat power and tbe diKieilou intnn.io tni 
■]. (levolTJne oa inch biuiuiSiil i^nrnd uwembly, uid Im Uie letlod ol n 
o 8 an J 

'he sole povn-r ol mulling ni^ToprtiilfoiiH 'iF tbe pohllE revenue Ii 1 
III 11 !» Ihc sailing npnriBncfappKipMiiUne by lnw a ■pouifltT'l umount ' 
tH nrihp KbI lllilexnht li niuy Dctnui or humwcrucd. Vo daimagKiM 
1 J I r h ^ u): It xat,y h&rif reiuBiiied overdue. uqIgw du 
m By vlntu! of ihlB wwerof HporoprlsUatt 

< II lUB. not only wlut cUiint aKiilDai, ur dell 

1 i?h may be iDCuircd. II Uieyiuihuriw* 

t luy thluL uid Ihv expCiUKH ace iDmrnut, 

a L i^nuJo niirli, until paymeDt aodef an ad 

ni n K boirawr, pmvldo for tht mnmit fn^ 

.air-ri K iHo 1 n[« lui I tii in umlng n;<renan.bjin«jEl>isapi>TDiir[allona 
SI uui V) tu i»> Utu sxiilubo Uiiclug that peMod and provide by law lar 
^•ntnUiiil lu iiiulI Ihu approprinllon* Tlic dlHietlon of cboIi KODcnd aMemfatl 



tu. > nrl iHlnta. 



3 8,Se4 ( 



Sec, 23. The house of representativeB shall have the oole | 
ment, but a mBJoritv ot the menibers elected mugt connnr tbereii 
shall be tried bjtneBeDate; Hnd the senators, wbeo silling for 
be upon oath or afBrmation to do juBlice according to law and evi' 
shall be conyit;ted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the e< 
1802,ArLl,i2S.) 

1 DeljotcB, Ifa, 298; 2 Debalca, 151, 31K, SCO, f 

Sfc. 24. Tbe froTemor, jndges, and all state ofScers, inaj be 
miadt'iiienDor in office; but jo'iRment shall not extend fuither 
office, uud d. equal ilicaljon lo lioliT any officp, nniler the authority 
party impeached, whether convicted or not, shall be liable to inc 
judgment, according to law. (6m Comf. 1808, Art. J, i 24.) 

1 Di'betcs, lea, 239-241 ; 2 ScbalH, 131, 31S, aSG, SB9. 1 

Sec Z!). All regular seeBi"nB of the general assembly ehal! 
first Monday of January, hleuuially. The first sesaioi), under 
shall commence on the first Monday of Jannarv, one thoDsand 
fifty-two. (See Omii. 1802, Art. J, ? 26.) 

1 Debalea, 163. 241-2S7 : 2 Dcbaien, l.il-ias, ICl-lM ;S18, M6, S67. 681, 6(8, ( 

Sec. 26. All laws, of a Keneral nature, shall have a uniform 
out the state; (1) nor, Hhall any act, except such as relates tc 
passed, to take efi^ect upon the approval of any other anthorii 
assembly, except, as otherwise provided in this constitution. (2) 

ID '-UnikT tbe former ConElltnlion. laws hsTinR a genentl eubjecl-matt 
geneml nature,' Mere frequently llmlied expnasly. In tlietc operation, lo one o 
auluiion ol other portlooi ol the alale. As a coniequeuce, on tbe lame subli 



OON8TITUTION OF OHIO, 21 

liiw inr lI«Millt«»n fN»uiHy, nnothor for Fninkliti.itTHl ntlll ti thlnl f^r A*titiiloiln. ThI* iiMiurnl!' lul to 
impritviilriii l(*tfi*>]tition. rTiiicU*r| fiy the x^ttc^ nf lix'Sltiturv %t)iii ui-r** in<hr1'«ni:t in iht i>m luiM-^. 
lH><*niu><* tlii-ir (»\vfi iiiiiiK'«l!>iti' mnHtttiu-nt^ wrr*- not (<• tie filli-ftt-ii I'V it. 1'«i iirn^t aiiil Utr i!i< ^iMin> 
i»n*vrnt lhi!< rvil, thl> |>r«)vt.ii)n u»u« iiuH.*rit-i| In tin- pr»>4Tit < «in<«iliiitii»i." /^hnum v. MrHr.'h, I'lt*. s^ 
.»7;i-iaiv >^«itt J 

Thi- jnt «>f Miinh 7, is:i'i ivol. :U. I.. I.. :::«n. tu hum ml i1m- art rnlilliil * An m t mr th« iiiorf . (!.-« Mini 
l*iini}*liiTi(*nt of (iTtiiln otr<>ti'^'> in r)i«> (iMiiity of llnniilton. " b« ih»i •«* in (^ii.llii-i ^^^^h ih:*- ■ • ;ii»n tu 
to \n* thrrt'hy u!»Ts*L'tii#»«i. Thl> *«ftlo»i Intil.'itt tbi* tulMftt ion «tf tin- < on* tittitkiii. only n pr* »)••«-( ivv, 
Hml not II ri'inwjMTtlvc ojr<'<*t ujMtn I(>i;i^l»tiitti .Vlh-*} \ S'nh, hm» *^...'"*«. 

Tho !irt of .Mkv 1. l.HCi (V» V. UM^ "i»n"«Til»lnif th- f« -i* i»f «onnty jiwlitor*." H iMit ;n i"!!!!!)!*'! with 
this wrlion. irifh-t r. .**•?/#■. !**<» S..'.», Thi?* Mi-tion ■ 't-.T'x ^\ll^ j-ot int< inliil to n-ijuin- tim! iiti u.-l 
l»n»Tiilinif H iu*w ruU* «if (t>ni}M'ihitition of ott\ivr» ku) '«>'«iiu-iiily (-uniintf IntikolDi-*- i-himM In- InvulM, 

UUUmh it lllno tljil>llt'<l to tbv fUtlirt' M'TV !«*(«( of I'XibtlnKOtrKflV ' /f»«'J'J. 

T]i«" Mi-t of A|iiil fi. l>7«Miw V :;fi>, "liiiiitiiiK l)n- Mil: }K-<.«iitioti4if n-rtnlti off.oTs thi-rt'ln f.HTn«'<1." 
HTifl the foiitplcTiu'ntal art of April 1'i, 1^1 M*«s v. 'ih> iin<l ^«))i<*h cnn only i>|N-niti* !n llnriHion •■•luntr, 
Hr*' not ]H\\'i of A )(cn«-nd. Irtit of a I«miiJ iiAtun* ninl iirr lln-n-fori' not in »^»nnii-t with ili I* •»•■*•! ii»n. 
iitati V J'/'/fK*. -M O.S. 1. 

An Art of the ^rrncriil ii>fM-ni(>Iy tlint <»pfnit«T> only uuon itll cltU* In tlit- *>i:it*' of tlir t'.r^: t-lii** 
liHvinir •!' till* lii^t ff'lcr.il r,>n<tii» 1i<a<« tiiiin one Jiu:!i1vi*<l ti)«>iiMiiii] iiJiiif<tLiint^. <1im«* i^-t •"••ti" iM'ib- 
thlM !i<MHon. ir.U^r V. /».rf/rr. in O. H.. fs.'» 

Tin* net of th«' »r»»nfr7i1 n>«M'niMy of April '.». 1>.V. "to n*it«>n> li> thi-i^mrt of ivtmioon p'*-!*" thi* 
Jurl«<Urii.iM of niln«»r off'-nx*?* in ••^Ttuin iimntn**- In tin* -luif'" >'*'> \ . P*7», )--tnc iti'IhtiiI in :> rutiiin-, 
iinti y«'l ll!iiit«Mi III 4*xpn'^<« tmi"* ni h jwirt of ih*- i'oiiiMl«>of |ll••^r.4t•' i*. m i^inllji-i wtli rli** \>r%» 
vl>!on. h''^'"j V Sti'ti . •; o. S. ■ii'".». T!»«' <'«»iir> of ii»! t'.oh p ■ ii« tfi < >b1it N in\r nn onrMii;/;o:.,>. ,,f n 
J5»'ii«'rnl r.i'iin*. nnM hnvhur hx lnvr jnrin Ii«-tti»n ox*it fv*r> « it*i!«'i «)»•■ !iiw)« wliii-li r»"'.it. lo nn 1 
rvKulnti- lh«lr jiiriMMi-ifon nn<l orv'nnlziitioii .-n- I;.W!( of iiKcncnil i.i.iun'. iiti«l *!!>• ivi|w r .::\«;y r» 
«|tiin'«l lo )i.:vi' II nulforiij o]MTi»tion thniiiclioiit t1i.' si.iTi- /h . •J7.'. ;>»• .IW. /!'. ; v ^ ■'• 

Th<* iw? of Miiv 7. 1H77 i71v.'.Ms» nfcn! fM'i:; tlir ^t'loiiion oi Uirorn for tl»i« •■«»tMiTy of • nvfifw.'M t« 
not A hivt of ii L'»Mifn»l niitiin* within tlu» mtviitiiu: o' tl«i«. .-ti lion M*''iiil v s*itu M n. s j_^ 

Thlv •.•'iiii^i «liH-« not jniiil»it tlif |m««;'»r<' itf r.ppropriiitt' hwnl law*. Si*tU v. ( '•</*«,f»ii. j:- ♦ ». < . Pi' 

Tli»' H'Uliority «i»:ifiTTi'<l ii|"»n «'i»nii:ii>>»iori':>« of M>nnTl«-«> nntl tni>!i'»* of t«iitTk.<^hM^ to .Tiiit 
Vi*n(*riil iiiifl <)M'<'ial pt>nni««<!(n for thi' un'.niit'*' ni-iiii**! lo nin nl Inryv w omfiTr*-*! I>y ^ntkoii i>f ihi- 
rtrt of \|.ri' li 1*^V'» <*..' \ !n'i>. vji* wit))fn t>->> •'• ••jN'of icr:lsUili\< j-iwi r. uinl •^l»r^ Mot « •■!•!■■ : kM:^ 
ihfji ••ii-tion. For v. F-'j-. Jl o. s . .«;*. 

. C.n !n «\ U'. !<• / i»V /:. « 'i V. r.mi.itf tf.nt'nt 'V., I O. S. 77-'»7. n-*, •••» Hunm v. J.. >ji\^ thitt •.«■ 

•U-nlt"* !h«' pn»i»«**itittn thnt th«- iriMn-nil ;.«*«■•■: My I'nnnoi i«urr«'ii'!*T An\ {■•riHin of rPi- ;.■»:>■ i;\i' 
iinthor"!y \\ith v.h!''>j it K iMV"«»i'«l. f»r loiM or'/i« it* t'^.i-nL"* t'%' any ••tlii'r p r*":! i r tut.*"* •'i'T*t« 
UiAhllif;) jirl"""* no I*"** fnMi' t*n* o'n* r;'l priTir'ji^* nppllifilili- ti» <'*fry •iv!iv'>t»'»l ja»H"r '•>« nirmx 
kn<mV>.I'jr •Ii>'Ti'tlon iiinl t's-l hiit»* In it- .-xi n-i«-* ll'i.n from ilii- in»*MI\. pro> !»ii>!i*> ot :'■■ • »••» 
fititiitlon it<»«)f: that in lirtiTniinii^r vrltvtliiTa i* 'j'i>!r.*K'i- im t noi.tra^i'iit-^ ili> ci-ui**- iir t oi. il i in.t- 
•ll'»tln''?on i" >M-tui'i'n t)if il.*!! l'jstIi'I. i»i t. «• ^'-.ui' !o iMuk* tin- '.iw.v. bl It j.t- «-♦« t^'k *• \>--i\ 

<ilj«or«'i|tin ii* to uhut Ir «h:i11 !•••. anil ro ri'^-rrri:: mii iiuthortt> or •il-i n-t!on ii^ t.» jt> fX'-" «iv i»*»' 

«x«'rri«« >i 'i'iil«r itn<l in ]iun<ii:ii <'•* o' tUv -jiu iltai Mi- rir«* i'mtimoT l.i- ilon.- : thui i4i il-< ;.:> r :»•• 
viilM oV. . iT;ioi i-an K* ni:ii|f. In thi- f»*i it w.i" rt'tHirMnuly li«''«l tiii>t hii lu i .intlior:/!i,^' •'■• .•in 
inl«»'Ioti' »■* o' n iiinniv to -ntn>«-ril«' !o itM>«-i!p)t-iI of-N-k of ii n'['roti«l i-«>!ii|ijiiiy Mim-^ not >1i '• - .i: '. i- - 
tHtivr ]• 'M r or i-oiitr.iVt ii*' th<* t on>Titu(iu:i of in j luntpr w Inch :< Ma^ iiL!<«i ■•!«. ttor iln- ^'r • *.' < o?i 
•(tltntl«>ii. in pmviiMin; !)iat tli** "titm ripllon ^hill not U> tn.i<tt iiMtll tin* H.Mwnt of a Tiiaio'.:\ of tU* 
••U'l-tor- of i])t> co'iMtv i* flr*t oI>I:iiim'*1 at uii t-l* rlion hrl ! for lh<il i'Ur}i« <«• 

Tilt- prini-i])]*' in <*n(-!i i>:i>^- i*«. ttuit ttir ut-t t^iki*** * fC «-t m.oi*oo:i a.- )ifi*<M«-«l. An>l t)i«t. tlicn S t%' Wiin 
provWioTi oi" till* roiixtitution •1<m'si not npplr. tl.onch tin- art pn«* i-!'*?* for?* vitf of tin- i*"-:! •■ n- n 
ttinilifii'ii t»rfii- i'-nt li»*Mi«' "tih-iir'.pljtiii *'."•.'. v /'.W -i jn.*'. ■.'7; T'l «■;- -i % A'* "• •; /' * t" 'I*.! 
Minif mil- U »p;Mi.iMi- to tii\Mi>>!ii|i *iilv^^: ript:o:.*< 't» ii<- i-api'.k! >?•*• k i^f r.iilnnt.! <*o;:,)..ir.< " ,; / 

a. /?.'•• V .V' »"i 7"/!.. 1 «). S.lo'i Mr of pIi.Mkro.ii! . ••;iiiia-iJ--.- /.'■■ ■■!•*. '"{•if'r. r> : .: i : !.• uii 
urt proV'iIl'-.-r f>>r ;• vi^'i' n]«oi: tli«« i]ii -^!ioii of th«- r- ••* J I'f ". «<#n:iti *• .t. -H" ni;uir»'! •% v " !1 
Si'o. :tf> 'M whii'li art .ip- • ont.i''i» «l "•-.-» .in -'iiioTk* .iniSri/f'iK if" «-!• • :P-ii. pr<M ritor . I' ■ r. r 

cif <i>nilniiiTi<^ if. jtn>I •»» 'iiki:::,* :ljr r»tiir!iii. rt-inrljiiu' Tli-- r>-»u*'». • :•• >'<i.'' v » ■•m ■ /' ■• • . *< 
O.S. I"? . .v.'./' V 'o.ii. 'ff .\..','- #'•», IN. vji. .\i,,| ti> I ii:..tuti- ..Ji:i!i n.i-ii'i «. a pr« 'lni». '• «■ ■• i-f 
th»' «•!•■' ''"^ "f II tow»»«»liii» ••'•fori- All tu«*>i>^!:ii«-iit for tin* piiriNKn- ••,' j«jii t \t>: ■.iiiiil* pij-' ■ .- •! :or a 
t»»wt»''**V' I ' TM-'iTV i« iiiri'P' tir tl»«' inwiiM-*. J;iri' Tf*. v i'h*r-,t «. ii •• . *.| 

Ttn* M«i-ouil f.oii ill till- J .1 of .Vprjl '.». 1.-7I Hiii> li p:o\jil.j. il,.L; sjn- r,:«.t *.i ij.n th*!. . t^V-yW 

lake «'fti-«-T an«l Iw in for»'i' u'nn aini a-* •*n»'i a» tin- i».«in»' -'i..i\i !*■ ..iIo(»i- •! "ny «i i» ijotiti ' \\ i.'.r 
vUH'tor^ " . . . "iiinl whrn i»nitJiMf r«iunc> hiiililtnia* »hii!! Ii:nf \**%-'.i • r^f t**-<l." >•> \\i*- r t •• .if 
ITiiuni'^Toun. I« noi to \m- iiinnrnn-*! iiv iMiikititr fli«"Ott " tt» t.iki * tt-i t nj^-T' l\\* -tpproiu: of . -.,.■►;.• 
•ilthoritT than thi> k* n«-rai anM :- iily." i ii:i!r.T> lo tlii^ M-t'tutn :t •- i>ro|« r < oIl-^/'ih tii:i ot • . . < 'i<>ii 
• if tli«' nit i-. tlint ll'"- fip-t M'«-!ioti tlun*«f '•li-i!! »^->i-»ir.»«' a 1h« rtl,.-i. i .;o).it-«l I.\ t!n- « ,'ii '. - | •■. 
«*niori>fI i-r .ivrifJ nitt» t-\i i ■!*i«iii u!i«;i loi- M::!i|ii.4<> «}m:I f.u\< ?- . -i * ,-. . r. •; " N 

C*i^ "Jj (>. >.. "l"*, 

1 J H- 1 tatty. 1 til. :■>.<, -JlH-batt-k .i-VJl'.*. .'ji-rN U\ *►*. '.> '"■».•.'.;. f* I ni". s ■. . >-o 

Sec. 27. The cl^riion an«l Ap|i..iiitnienl of all oiIictTH, (!) anil tlif til 1: z ^ lil 
▼nranrif H, not otlitrwiHt* pr<>vi<le<l for l»y ihia iX)DBiitutii>n. or ww ron«tiriiti :: f tht* 
Uniteil StateH, bhail Ih« luude in Bucii in 'iitifr an amy lit* (hri^-tt«t !•> law . i , :'>ii u-i 
MppiMiitiiii; power ('5.1 Hhiill )»e fK«*roi'W*«i hv theienneral anteiiiMy.t-xrt'pr .•»« ; •• ."i^i •] 
ia ililH O ii»ititii ion. and in the eVrti m of ri)iCr«l K(aU« •eoMtni; ui.tl lu ti • ••• i ;im'>>. 
the Vulc fcthall ht» tMken ••nV i ft»ir.'* 



<!' rilJtJuniftJt l" .1 iltll ll •»Ul Imt A M»ii-«»ar> i-l»"T:n"llt 'o f«»««*! |!!::i n-, i.fTi^ \ 

power ri-i.ttiii;: (•» im )"i:>!;i \u\*r -*:« luniirpil *■) ••'..I'tni . uiiit u h > ;. ;in\ '- ••-**•-. 
tir inillv I'.i..*!- !•> -In ;ion i»r iIh- ■.|-,«»'mii »; j ••!»• r if !::i- •tafi. • ri-i.ti- ..* .•;?;.■■ "* ■ 
7 U. ••» . ■»I7. 

Till- .:• imtaI :i.-*i'ThMv. un«Iir th** Mit'tin i lav Oin-. t ••\ Iin tf ■ r-.:iii!i« r in «♦■-»■ 
Dot tiihi-i^^ Im- prov iili it iir ««> "if "i.oi *: i.ji',..j .. • ■'•.;:!. :.••■. «■ ••• • ;■»:•■: 
vrhrthrr ->!• Ii oih' \' • .. .1 '■ ■■ '• .^■^ : •! ■ ' .;■; .».: .• \ » '■ r: •.. •.' . ; - -i ■ .- ■ •».. ^. 
r. iiti tM/ttm, Jli l>. ^.. Itrj. 




r2) Tbegeticmit avemMr mar br Ibw direct theDuHintrlii wblirhsU s 
b» l«w nr vsi'anplw ihcirefn uiiiU Iw Blli"! by ugiiiolDtQii^nt. eiitw (n nuts p 
tluu Dlif-liiiK by Uw Ibc mruinor iu nrhii-li an apiHiiuiininil t&Kll be nude. 
muDLin till.- vxctdIhc of tvu <UnferEDt »Dd dlMncl pow^cn^ ibe caw piocill 
donti. beiuic IvultlmiYU ; and Lbe olluir. doing tlui u-t, Uiiue aduilniKtnuIvi!. J 

U) - Tlie pbcBae ■sptMriiiUaB power.' aa ben gaud, (> 
(Bnpiur^ in refVreDce to matteni wnainlne K> govBmD>a 

EiTcmtncni. Ii mwni the power nf ujiof aimeat to-oOke— 
dlvIdusU tobcdd oIBm, anil toiUscnuKB ltuiuullaui4 .. 

ptibltr dutTt cliBTfre and tniaL eonf^rvil by poblir authority, tor pabllE parpo 
and lii»[Hirtant clwnict CT. TttiAr dml..-«. di.ir iIuiik'' iunl innt.urvj noi iranJeaj 

r cb".-«i.iloB 0*1 

SOfllu'pillIlHllll 



dcnlitl.bntdiUHUe. t>rnnai>cntalu>-'<-i>i'r<i">Lr> /'■ .•"— iiniiuvnton.j. 1 

■^"^ e* ot April 12, IHBSlSSv.lL'^^.l a.., .^l.i, I, |...:.. i.u- l.it cbe.-wi.lloB o*l 



whif-b might o.- ..- .,... ~.~. ~~~~, 

authurlx]!U!iucbboai4 ora majodty bm.-TriiiM.' nuy i1liv'i't<>ra[ tbc wnlleiitlarj ■ 
Tblfb ml^t by the boanl bo deemrd euiDeli^ni. pnutol »ilte«. and niiir«4tiis tH 
biyooid-l ixnndt Ibr tbe imallun ofsuiTb buinl aiid udbtiii yet Ihegvuvnl — -H 
nw the power of ^patntlnt Uie ofDoci* uf micb twaid without exeTCbdniE "mppidl 
blorbMdvn bjr the ComUlatlcHi. The viurolw of Me powerof appcrinUnctK t 
olllcvm ned tbe lUliag ol neanclei whleh nai' Mciir In stat* oOtt*. la a bUh 3 
tniM.aii(l notnpri^leiorcAHial, ur iDcidiiDUl agency, and tbt offlren at a boa 
Dl0 to exei^be tbew publlo Finurtiaiia, are v«4£d with official afale power, aaa< 
poblli? f nuuMse and oOive. It. Ml. 

TbecoDlrariiiffo'BIKbarlty 00 the jodsw iVMie HUiwrior courl of Cftirimkl 
».,. .K , sof theoM ofSfey *. IMBiiC" "■" "■'■ - — ■' '- ' 

.fi^S^K ■ "■ 

. — i.2l0.6.1Ji. [SelA... ... 

1 Detnitit iM, 2H), aso -. 2 UebtUi, lu, aiB, »8, sc^ S'o, ago. 631 

fee. SS. The eeneral awemblf sbull hare no power to pnaa 
.(1] or lawB imptUTlng tbe obliii::tiun ot coulracu; (2> but majr, 
aDthorii" cnurte to carry i"to f ffvct, upon fiarh teriiiH ae aba)) be Jt 
(8) tbe inaiitfeat inlentioD (4) ol p^itties, and oKkerf, (G> by curing 01 
»n(l e'Tors, in iDstrumeiiU anil proceedings, ariairig out o( iheir W( 
with lh« laws of tbia state. (6) ISa ConaU 1802, Art. nil. i 16.) 



_,-_ ^ — ._-, inler ezlitliiK Uwi oi __ ,. 

ar •tucbea a IWW dlabiut) In TEHUHttotcaiuBFUaiutoreoiiBldenCluiiaalreadT ■ 
rMroflie Mre. AKfdn r AiXdn ftf S 207 310-Hrfnkerbofr. C. J. 

A n nivn a on piC-axMliig risbtt, ^UlntlMia. 

1 h tluoK of tbe UdaMltuUui «at 

u ul Id tcnu. Ortm I)). T. C 

1 O s Ml : ByHf v. Tnbds. 5 

xu u Itk. Ihi. Kforufy T. But 

UI Jul.»r»ii V. BcaUc,!, lb., B7 

>• salTd IK be uiptttD \ 1)1 w to hcbutb miutdtal only, and tbeii 

pendl L ut the t me the nets taki. <. Iixt, 1* nut Dblbltcd by tblest-ction. K'ntem 
SOI JAnT E - ' ~ ~ 



Sli ti iPHaSbctinEaulwtBDiIallDtemt*. and i<^tsn( pn^'Fty, have a pi 

-• ■- WDtnir] il U-tltiotl tedearli cipnaacd ArUrj/ v. A'dnn. a O. S. IM 

U of Uaieb 28. Itet (Gl V 41 Aprils l£i>to(-JT 1WI|, and April IG. 



tor the iinytntiDt ol bonDlies lo vulunld'CK 
v.KiclilaoA Tp.^O a., ■Sei; Saltv. irUtattOe Tp., 1 



111 0. 3., SR. 

-.....-in thoact ^ .,, --,-„ |-,„ — -- — ^ -- — - 

for tbi' lucatiDR. uglaWlnblng and eoaatructlns dttelus. dcuiOB and »i 



Nori>tthoartofKaijhM.lMl(6lT^57_)."_roppIemenlurj- to the act entitled^ 



17 S., 1. Nnr the HL'tol April T.1S54 (.V! v. 24). cuDCcrolng Miit« ou the bond of ex 
MniCon. Haintenv. HMen.iaO.S.lff!. 

The power vi»tod iQ thCKcncruUisacmbly under article 13. noctloD Cot the Coi 

poaed by Ibis pravlBioD, and Ihc provlfllou that thuicencnu itMembly ^U iiass no 
obligation of eoiiliBT- " " — •-■-- " •i.^i-.r, ..^ 

Ciidertheaplof 
land mn'U' a mnlual 

alwsmiin Chan wasaue. an at. -.-„ .. -~ _ 

nicb ruuae ol action, la not a letmac tire law within the meaning ol this aeclloi 
n O. 6 . SOL 

SH'Ilon IT, ai amended March T. ]S7:i (70 v. 53). of the act CBtaUiriilng boarda 

-■ M and preaorlbing their dutiea (51 v. 4ffil. in BHthoriitng Ihc eomruiwio 

..!_ .t .r__ .1, — < .,.„j r_. ._ ..«■._. .i.„ m,g5 gf obstructions 



[on therein nrov! 
the lime of fta pi 



■Idcd lor, t. 



It In conflict with Ihla se 



tofori' lU" to those therei. _ __ 

The poiviT ot the U^giBbitim' to fmv ctinillTO statnles. rclroni 
not imiwir eoutcacl*. nor dlslurij vested rlghta, Is not Inhibited 

■t of Marcl) a. JS-^a (51 y. 529) "to provide f< 



CONSTITUTIOM OP OHIO. 23 



It Ihi ^ixtli luiiioii of till* lU'l *>f April l^J. W>4 \-w \. I'lli. ' u» pruviUv lur llic in-riuiuifiil IimuIIimi 
fM^at uf iiiHHvf of Noble «iiiintj, by Xhv 1<yal Totei> tiirr«Mif aii<l fur thv rn^-tiou «>f publti- tmil-^ 
ii'H'in. pmviiUii only for tho ntituriLl an«l nrc^Miar7 I'liin-ucitA ariiKiiix from DxliiK tin* fouiity 



thr county of rvrr>' a forfctttin' nf futwibitiiw rhchlii noquini*! umWr a kynd (vntiwi. in tho ewui uf « 
inttjority voti* nKiiiiiNt ttu* rt'iiii»val of the m«toi juatiiv. niul fa>. ilufvlnrw u ti voiiAtitutiuriid. :<aJL y. 
Vum. o/ IWry Oo , 5 O P., iiC. 

Hut I hi 
I if thr iM^at 

inimtbi , ^ _ ^ 

M'at Htbrr nt Ulivi* or SanihKVtIU*: au<1 which t'lljct^Dcii^ uiutit huri' Imm'h in tii«- (Htut^-in plat ion of iIm 
%'utifnt. wlii*ther pnivitliMl for )»y thi* twi or U4)t I'hin act in iifot in <i>n(lta*t with lbl^ prorijutiii of thtf 
tonntitution. ,\nblc v. nm, >^ .\'jhlf iio . S o. H^ &21 

Th«' M't of May X IHTci i.Vi t 'y^'i. In nUtion tt> plnnknMvi ani turnpikt- niiiu|iAniii« in mi fur «^ ii 
unih'rtukiti lo inipiwe uptin Ht4X*kh«>Mvr3. wiLbout their lUMcut. lu'liTi'tual liatitliti«*s not iinp<iM-«l t>y 
Chcir c'hurt«'ni. or by the Iawk uuilvr which ibvy have lnvn invnuixitt. i* u law tinii.iir.:!^ ttM 
vaH«Iity of the Mtockhoblont' tvinirurt with tlu- ooinp*ny. and. thA.*r^Xonr, uiMMmhtitutlonal ir^iami \. 
Piilrttim T. P. Co., 1» i) 8., »«. 

Th«* apulication of the proTtotoiui of m) macb of the art uf April I\ IffTO. AiiM*ni1tDi; «<rtii>n *'>T i>f 
the <'u<lt' of rivil iinx-(*«lurv. an authori/o th« cxmrt to ori|«*r a n'ciNki<in of a noutrart. or t^* rcDib-r ju«h^ 
mont for plain till only upon hl« Kivin^ a liunil itf iudiMDOity. to <-41)lm» of artioii wLii'li jun-rui-il U'furw 
tUv paMuMfi- of that in't. in inhibiu**) by thin mx'tiou. tirmt W*M. ,si*jei r>i. y. «>up 24 O. > . :*4^ Itnt t\w 
f»th«'r provi!>ioiM of that auion<lt«I M«'ti«>n 507 on* n-mi«lijii uul^ iaMiib»uot tx/nlniii-iu- (bm *4<itiiin. 
7Vni|4r/oH r A'r'inMT. Jt O 8...VV4. 

iMV iiJmi, iUi to (be oblitfatiun of i^ontmcu. HkiUtpt v. Itmga^. '.:i t> ^ . 4(iA. AmtM v. Mf-h'tnmn; 2J <•. 
S^'JU). .\^ lo ihf power of ihi* ^eneraJ itiw«e:ubly t«> alter, ix-vii*', aiul axoeud thi' t l*arti-r» i^' ii««ir 
|ionite<l ftinipiinieM.Hf^ OmiU, iM/i, AH VJII, | 16. Stita 

Sei* Art. 1. { Itf. NfiUMlb 

l^ii Ttii.v )*ri>vl^ll>n lit penniaclvo anil not luaiitiatorr. an*! il AiU ivinaJuii a i^otT>tii*n fi;r ihi* t^inria 
io«1eleniiine uniler wliat eireunuitani*(w. fin what print'ipl(i>«if (equity, tiiey wul nivt « iloi t Uj aii i n 
ftlninient or eonvfyanee which if* invaliil by law. i/'tJ v i/fi«/. Ji> < >. 8.. 1 IV 

(4) "The intenti«»n muat Im' nianiftwt: nut how mauifivtcil in n€>t eipiVN**!. Tht- (M>urt». iintlt-r a 
dirm'tion to tin«l the intention, with a view to the oomvtion of ao oiniMtion tir «lefei-t in anaiOtf> %• 
hkeeam*!. wouM not lu-t unUwi the intt.'ntion waa uianifi^t. aini iu view of ti)u> pniieipli- uf iu«. it h 
pnibalih'ihe 4*xprf.v«ion wn* uiu'il It iiuty hnp]i«-n that n men' in*>|i«^*<iiin •>' Ui*- ii.t)iiT;<H t it:*>'.riinii nt 
wilt Mhow what i*i the omi*«it>n. ilefiN't or t*rn>r. an«i make manifest tli«' ini«-nii«'ri of th<- )<irt:i-* Ku: 
Ktviufc the j^trii'ieia nitvuiinu ii> the ezpruNKum. 'maniftiiit intention.' an applit^l Ui a wniu-ii ill^trll 
men t. we think th«' eourLs are not foiinn«il t** u merv inh)M'«*tton of the iuotrnuent. a^ to whiibthw 
OluiNiion. «Je/iTt or«>rntr i«( <d!<t;eil t«)exitit. but an*, at lea^t. «'iilll!tHS tti }%• pla««ii lu llo* •mKn p<Mi.'i«<it 
aa if ealJeil on to i-ousirue ami Kive eilii<«'tl«ia perfect iu*ktrnnii'nt. 1'he obji«*i U-in,; to u». •rtiiiii J 
then! Im* an outiMion. (Jefect or eiTor iu the i»iktruin**»t. which ha* pn'Vt-ntt^l the maniiiv'i in- •n(ti*ii 
of the puriie>< fri»m Inmuk carrie«i inloelhi-l. the ci>url inav u**tk t«i tlii* *uiiji«*t nuilt4-r. '.lit- iviiim^ (iiiii 
itt the iHirtitrM with il an<l«iurnMMj«]iii^cin'unL<^lAiM>i»al tiu' time of iIm- i-i«vui)*»n uf ti»t lao^ruiui i.i. ' 
iioth'tTH V. PHtTfit. 11 (). s . i;ii~4V47. r>iH <ihobH>n. J. 

i'l) ** 1 h«' InntfiiJVs'e of thii< proviM> extenilA not only tn oreii^ioft* of ofll««*r« in pnM'*«-<iii.>x^iTt 
iMH'ted with the exi'<-ution of «li-e<Iit, but to omi.-oioiitt. ite.Sti*! aU'l ernip> in •li-<i«l« <*» ;he ••m:^«:i>ri«. 
not only of otheem. but of partieii We ^houM. then-fon*. look ratii*T Ui thi- prineipi*- of ju.«ii<^- nibl 
riKht. which tbi* rule waM inleui)«il to enfi»nv by an .tpnlication !■• pas*. trau«a4't:on%. t^ 4:. u» pir'h -.i.ir 
jiixtauco in whieb a like appH<'ation had Un-n made. tJitniMh hl»t«iri4'Ally i'vinnt«'ii«1 witu ih*- ii4lof>ib>n 
III the rule " y/i. UJi) 

Hi) It JMobxiouilhat the Inntnimfnt or pnitN-e'liu^uni^t U- I'lH- whi< h ha<l tin ri- U^ « 1 iui«*N-:.. 

4l«-fe«'t or iTHir. wouM hiive i>arri«-il into I'lfect Ihr iiittiitii'ii of il.i- purt.i'^or ••t;i-i f^ If ili« Mi»;riii.i> iii 
<ir pnM'.eeilink'N Im' '•ueh ibat. in (he at**>«*iice nf any ituiiM.MQ. ib'fe< t i>r trnir. 11 w*>ijM hi«vi- !••• n Sn 
<i|H-ntlivc. tbi'U it cauuot In* rrtfHrdeil ua wiiiiin the meani;u;of the pn>viMi. Th:* i» shown trou the 
rx'^juUition. that the otniw^ion, (b'f>vt or em^r muKt arl.M- rrom the want of i^>nftirniiiv *>t lin :i**rii 
uifut or prori-iilinu' with thi- law*> of tlo- ^tllt•^ An itiotniiiti-iit «>r pr<N«^-il]it>; wli[i-t. iiatMu iu» 
«»uiifi!«ion. liffei't «»r I rruf. wouM «(jll not I onfono with tin- lan^of the »! i:«- ainl il)fn-r<ir* iMiti.irr^ 
into ellei't ttie int**nlif>n, cannot U* on** of thiMn* inteu<le«l. Th** pro\)*i«i ]iriN<*<«<ii» oti ih* .u>« i«i.|^;i n 
that the iii)>trunii'nl or pnN-ii«jin>; but for the iiiiit««MMi). «!• ii<«-t «ir ^-rnir. wifiltl huii ««>'.S«ri.ii •! tii 
Che law<«. au<l llicri'ton* ti.in- <-arrii d into eileti lh»' inn*iiiii>n of ttu- panii* It thi r< U r« .*•*% ifi 
exteud to any innlrunii'iil or jiPmi cilihK not aiUhuruiil !•> ibi- ]aw« ••! ibi' •t«t« . «s a \«i.>l niiil 
«*rttvtual •■xpn*s'>inn of ibi* iiiti-ntion of thi* par(ii». It itiM» tiot ii>iib«>rLti ihi- .'irLT^iJ n.s'^r ^l^ 9* 
irive power or (-ji|itt> iiy to p-irtit-^ not i>«»ii««jv»<il whi'ti any in^tnimi-ni >>r I'nM^^ttiij; «• • n.inW 
or hjMl. An att«-mpt to do thin would c«int«- within tbe pn>hihitton a^caiuot r*-i.'- .m L\-- iitw« ' 
Ib^ A4«V. ri47. 

"Tbi* briijiiple. in Ti«*w of which ihi luii'ifuai;** of Dm* pni\)^i nboiiM U- i^iiuirtj<«l •••-..'•I • « 

lend that laiii;!!.!^'!- lo r:\:*i-* w ti >n- ii.irt;>-4 ro . p ;. :i; i irr> (!■• f iM> iji;> :: '.ii(> ••!!•• 1 t . -j. :*■ 

f>truia«'nl or priMfciJ.iii; mmlf or hiiif 111 •'ou^fr.iiitx u:th th<- liW" of ^^.^■ •titti- iii'i 'Mit to 'I'- «o *-•.: 
fail on ai'ii'Unt ol an oiiiiv»iiiii il' f^ ■ i ••r < r:o: . ainl itii in** itliiMi (■« iii«; iuuii.:t«t j.t«i.i« anii ••!■.. ;^ 
rvtju ire that it >hiiii]<I not U- i]fi*at •! b\ on* ii hhiim'oii i!> '< • : ur t ri.>r 1i.> p^r: .< « -ii>! U ••■;i.|w 
lent, tb»-ir iiiJiMilioTi niu^t U- iii.iiiifi-»t '.'. inn*: !•■■ 1^1:1' 1 I l>\ ■^'■m •• T. \»\ •..!!. i.-f.nn* t.t .-r i •^• 
ct^ine. tlmu.'ii iiiipfrfii t fruio a want of <*on f or aitly with tht taw. and ibi* p '!•■: niij«t tw ii|-fn *.< 
HDd ev^uitaUii- It riujk.' Jh. !.!•• 

In !*•>. I- . t'i> wif ' of «•.. h.'.v Irii: ■» /■ •■ >ii;»;-' •■■'•lit' .n li*- -1. j-..:.i d uitl. f t-r I.*;-.! ir.-! i". 1 !■..; 
inteni|Ju>; to i-iiii\t>\ lirr «*«niti- <•> K lt\ nii»i.iki-. h'-r !ia!.ii- wa« oni.i;>-<l in ilu inrmnii*i£ 1 !a<i«t -f 
IhedaK'l. in I'^iT. the eeiii-ral a^w i.iM> p;L<%»ti| aii at 1 authorLL'iij.: thi-iosr*. to •orri- : •w \\ a iii^mW 
in the de«i| of a niarrii-tl woiuan. ihi>Uk'h iH^-iirrii.>; N-fon tin- )>ar>a^-< ••.' ih< «■ I !!• II ib.tl ').<■ | ■-■• 
%'lao in tbii^ »rf-«-{ion iiiuliwri/<-il •*\txit aJi en.t< lui* nt *t-'i ";• «. /'i. n^U. 1] <>. «.. '.n •. ,- _• lij«i;. . « 
l&ep^W); Mi'Ur \. lint* I.: o. s.. *«•. .•*•!* 1 'i \. fi. -/.la. .^i»i >. tT- 

1 l»<-ba!>>. bd. Jiw-jT'i .'7.: J-^* . Is l^il4.i. Iw 17 . In* .I-i. J4ti-J*l. j>i.. .>. V.. >.- ^^ ..-^ .-. 
•Ki'*-u:i «*•». Hf**, ■*.:-'. ••>, ""y. 

8bl*. 29. No extra o<tiui'4*nHiition »li«U Im luiuli* m any offitvr, paMir at;»*nt. f»r 
rODtractor. after the service hh.iil hnv" he*»ii Ten«U're«l. or the (*<)ntr4i*t enti»r*Hl into; 
nor shall Hny iiiuney be |>Hi«l. oti any rl.itrn, th«* huhjiVt -matter « if whU'h Mhall n«it 
h.tve heen pr<>vicie<l for by ])re-exiiitiii^ hiw, iiiiliiis »Ui*)i i-nDi|H*nikaiioii. or claim, In* 
•llnweil by tvo-thirda of the iiiemhfra elected to each branch of the ireneral 
»iibly. ' 



CONSTITDTION OF OHIO. 



25 



ing (ifficerH, directed to the preiiident of the sennte, who, during the firpt week of 
the BBBsion, shall open and publish them, and derlare the result, in the pter^etice of 
B mjority of the members of eauh house of the B^oeral afeembly. Thp petuOD 
havinif the higheat nnmbtir of votes ehiill be dedared duly elected ; but if aii.v Iwn 
or ojore ahiill be hi^huBt, and equal in votes for the eame office, one of them shall 
be I'hosen by the joint vote of boili honses. (&« ComL 1908, An. II, S 2.) 

I De)«tM ■/ail. XlC.VlV.i Debalca. ^Sl. (W, >W, «&a, STD. 

Sbc. 4. Should there be no eeRsi 
after an election for any of the office 
he made to (he secrelary of stale am 
eraor, in such manner hb may be provided by law. 

2 UelHHot SJH, "08, Wi, ie», S70. 

power of this state shall be vested iti the goT- 



Althciiigh Ih(?gc 



ifIkc at the BUpn'me eipcD live power oF the rlMc. ma\- Ituid tbe 

-Ion whIrJi nannolbeconlrolleif bv Judicial poiver, ret Id i«Hrd 

irlal art. which might hare been deTOlved on say other affloei ol tbe otitic, iind alfwUng 

my ipociHe privale rlxbt he nu)' be maile amenable to tbe conmolsorr power irt the rourta, Sfab v. 
CAiur, a U S 528 *■ IJader our lyslem of gOTeniDiont. no otncer li pUeiid above tbe rettnilDlDg 
authority ol tbe law vhleh Ik irnlv MM tn be unlvenal In tlo bebe*lB— 'all Mrlngll honiwe.tbe 
Isut UB feeUnv lis nn a ! il er at c[ as not ciempl trom tia power ' The jiidlcliil [kOircmiinot 
iDMrpoi! and din. a an» olan offldal aot whleh n>B In Ihc dberetlnii ofanr 

olBoer. wbelhei >. Ildal Tli9 conitltiitlODal prorMnD dcelBilti« ibat 'tbv 

aupreme exocuti 1 be vcBleil In tbe Kovemor,' cloihen the Kovernorwltb 

Important poUd nf whleh heiweii htnown JndgmenlorillwretJon.aDd In 

nnfd to nrlilcb b lualre But there In nothing la the nntuie of tbe ebtet 

oxeenllve olHef of IhL performance of boihg daCtes merelv nilnbitcria 

enlalned on ibo Kot tu r 1^hU il tutborici' ol tbe governor It mpnme In (he e^'n-fw 
polllleHl and eieeuUie lunLtioDb which depend on the eicrcbie of bis own jDdinneDt 



Uie authority ot thi Jadlelarv of 
■— '—' "Ti any matter jniUn.-"- 

thenatareoflhtr 
person eagug'd In dlscbaislnK 



S. 



Involved in any matter jniUclaily braught before fc. 
nothlos In the natnre of Iht oWee of mvemor which pr«n 



.- ._- deCormf nation ntnll l^tnl qnoitlooa 
Although the Mate eannut be aued, Ibera la 
the prosecnilon o( a inlt agalurt the 



I Dehult.'B,Z!>9,M)2: 3 Debelet. SDK. n: 



Set. 6, He may require informstion, in writing, from tbe officers in the 
eiecmive department, upon any subject retatinft to the dnlien of their respi'tlive 
offices; and ehall see that the laws ore faithfuHv executed. (Sre Contt. 1B02, Art. 
Hi 7.) 

1 TH'hmts aoo, S06; a DebaUm wn, m,\ wfl, 870. 

Sio. 1. He shall communicate at every session,' by 
aBsembly, the condition of Ihe elate, and recommend such 
deem expedient. (.Sr« Coruf. 1802, Art. U, i 4.) ' 

Sao. 8, He may. on extraordinary occasions, convene the irpneral »»sembly hy 
proclamation, and shall state to both honsee, when aBfi(>nii>led, tbe puriinae for 
which they have been convened. (Stt ComL IBM, Art. II, i 9.) 

1 riulali's. JU0,306,331,336; -J Uehak*. ai7, MS, Mw, K3."i, f( A «■">. 

Sac. 9. In esse of disngrfemeDt between the two hnueea, in respect to the time 
of adjournment, he shall have power to adjourn the general mwembly to aui-b time 
■s he may ttiink proper, but not beyond the regular meetings ihetetA. {Srt Contl. 
\Wi,ATt.lI,^\\.) 

I I<etKiIes,SliO,»lii,SS4:2I>eliales,21<B,KW,R3^. F».t>70. 

tSic. 10. He shall be commander-in-chief of the military and naval lorree of 
the state, pirept when they shall be called into the serviL'e of tlie United States. 
[See Conil. 1802, Art. II, ? 10.) 
1 Ikolutea. »0l>,30n:'>r><-l«Hv. WK, KI^!SO:STQ. 
Lio 
ret 
Ul 
roi 
: 



1 Ikolutea. 

See. 11. He shall have power, after conviction, to grant t 
lions, and pardons, for all crimes and offenses, except treason and c^Bea ot impt-ai;h' 
ment, upon sneh conditions as he may think proper; fliibjevt, however, to such 
regnlatioDH, aa la the mai.ner of applying for pardons, as iiiay be prescribed liy Liw. 
Upon conviction for treason, be may auspend the execuii'^n of the sent*'nre, and 




00.18TITUTI0K OF OHIO. 1 

a I I irieve. He shall cotuiiiui)ical« lo the general aaeembljr, 

BCi I i:a»e o[ reprieve, cxtEiiinnlati.'^n. or pHrdon KraDted, I 

III!.. f the convict, the sentence, itn date, and the itale of 1 

parduu, ur .oprieve, with hia reaBone therefor. {See Conti. 1802, Art. 

Thf sr>i~-nor, hy rlrtw ol th« prnvisiotn of till* nefltlon. 1» KnUiorlicit, dl 
rrprluvc o ip«Ud. (ai * iDedaei] intcrvAl of Oaut. Ui« eiwuijott (it a prison 
•iFHlh. A r V. Dratr. -H 0. 8, UT. 

The « Fplinuirj t. law 151 v. IKI). eirloe lo parttm [mpriwiuert for nonH 
htiicAl ol lli« UwB [ur the trUet of iuwilvent delion. uiil auUiorlilaK Ibeli lUiJ 
«» alifiDpt Uj pliU'? ihi- pAMoDiJiK power In IimihU otbei thsn Uimc ol Uu- ipiTI 
It iiimvlr a n )dLli(Milioii of peaalllva preKTlbed for cerULin ammiiGii, and li uol 
UmiallluiJoa: Jtr parV dam, fVO. 6., sm. ,-•——■'—•■-■-•• 

See. 42. There shall be a eeal of the state, which ahali be kept 
Mill iiflcd bv biiu offirifllly; and eball be called "The GreAt 6eai 

Ohio." (Sie Co-it. laca, Art. n,iu.) 

I Iletiau.-s.Wa, 3(77; 2Det 

Sic 13. .^11 gri •'ions aball be iaaued in then 

iMilhority, ot the aUt^ ., _ id with The gretil seal ; signed 

and couDlereigned by the ac^roi^. f atate (.Str QmK. 1602, ..4rE. Fl 

1 i><ibB(>w,Mo.3a7: aiMsb 

Sec. 14. No memlMr of conrreM, or other person holding 
aattioiity of this etttte, or of ihe United StAlee, Bhull execute the o! 
exeept m herein provided. {See OoraL 1803, Jrf. II, i 13.) 

I Ili'tuUea, 3U0. an : 2 Debate* 

Sec 1R. Id case ol the death, iinpeachment, reragaatioQ, re 
diMbiliCy ot the governor, the powers and duties of the office, tor tl 
term, or until he shall be acquiitwl. or the dJBability removed, sh 
the tieucenanl governor. {See Q»M. 1602, Art. 11, % 12.) 

I fti!buI.H.3ail,;W7^ 2 Dvliaita. »31 

Bac 16. The lientenant governor shall be president ot tbe ( 
vote ont; vrhen the senate is equally divided; Hiid In ease of hii 
peachmeat, or when be ehall exercise tbe office of governor, tbe eei 
a presideot f»r<i lemport. 

I iWMKa, auu: zl>eliaie« 

Sbc. 17. [f the lientenant goTeroor, while executins the ofl 
shall be iiiipeai^hed, displaced, reei^ or die, or otherwise become i 
furmiiiK ih'* diitiee of tbe office, the president of the senate shall 
nntil itie v.icancy is filled, or the dtMbility removed ; and if the 
senate, fo'' r^ny of the ab<ire cnnsos, shall be rendered incapable ol 
duties periitiiiing to the office of itovemiir. the same shall dsTolve t 
of the houite of representatives. (Mm Cuntt. 1802, AtL II, I IS.) 

lDct>alci,»»: :i Debato. 290, 311-3S1, 

SiiC. 18. Should the office of aaditor, treasurer, secretary, or i 
become vni'Mut, for siit of Ihe causes specified in the fifteenth' eeclii 
the lioveni'ir Khali fill the vacancy until the dissbihiy is removes 
elected ami it'inlified. Every such vacancy shall be filleii by elm 
general e1e> ti n that occurs mure than thirtv dsvs after it sbsll I 
and the ]X'r.«>ii chosen shall hold the office for the fnll term fixed ii 
tion of this anicle. 

1 Debates, SDD, XO-HX: t Detatea. SS. 2S0, 

Sec. I^. The officers mentioned in this article shall, at slated t 
their serviifs, a compensation to be establiehe<l by law, which i 
increased n-r diminished during tbe period tor *hich they shall ha 
(See Cbwl. 1603, Art. l,\ IB.) 

1 IK'bal<».mi.31S-324; J I>cbal«. £«.:»». :»l.:293. 

Sic. 20. The officers of the executive department, and of t 
in!ttitiili.>tt4 f\\ ill, at least five days prece<liDg e.ich regular sessio 
tii»«iiiMy. severally report to the governor, who shall transmit soch : 
>, to the general asBemblj. 



CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 27 

ARTICLE IV. 

JUDICIAL. 

Skctiox 1. The judicial power (1) of the state is vested io a sapreme court, (2) 
circuit courte, courts of comiuon pleaH. courts of probate, justices of the peace, and 
such other courts inferior to the supreoie court, as the general assembly may from 
time to time establish. (3) \A$ amended Odober 9, 1883 ] 

(I) Tlic iiiulit>rity <'onforn'<l dii the wuaU' to tn* <'<>nt4.>itt<Ml I'UvtioiiM U not ju(li< tal (miHit within 
thi* meaning of thix M'ctlon. which niiuiitti the judu'ial |M>wor of the htate to vv ve^tc*! lu ihv c-ourtji. 
Stair V. Unrmim M (). •♦^ '^*S. 

It 1m the ri^ht iiiifl diitv of the jiKlIeluI tril)iinal.<t to detennlne whether a Ui;{Matlvr net ilrmwii In 

aucHtlon in u Miiit peiidinK iM'fore them, it* o|))Miite<l to the ConHtitutlon of the I'uiti'd Mjitefl. or of thlh 
ate. anil If v) found to tri'nt It a^ a nullity. C. W*. 6: Z R. H. On. v <>*m. of CUtUnn To^ 1 o. y., 77. 

In Hurh e<u4e the pn>Muinpt{on \h ulwavh in fav<»r of the validity of the law; and It 1*> only when 
manifest tu»un>i)tion of authority and a eleAr IneoniiMtlbiUty lH>twt*eD thr ronntituthin and the law 
apiH'ar, thnt th*- Jndlriiil p#i\ver will refuw* ti» ex<««Mit»' it. Ih.: Sintr \. t>H*fir»f, Jh 4-rr fV»«* v, lUih-H. 
2 O S . Wte* ; IliU V. Hiifdon, .'»(). S., J-tJ : (itm/ytrn V. FuraU, 11 <). S., Ml ; Armntrvitg v. Trrtu. >>( Athttu 0».. 
10 O.. 'ZX\ 

While we nhould Ih' enreful not t«) extendi the iMiwem <)f Koveniment. hv far-fetiduNl ini|»ll<'ation. 
we ithould )k* i'<|ually careful not to defeat the i>ur(KM*e of the C'(»tutltut{on. I»y a narrow and un 
nsasonHble (*oiixtru<'tii>n. Vhm v. Dillon, '* (). .S.. Wfs. 

t.'ourts < iinnot nullify an act of le);iKlati«>n on the vaifue ground that they think it o|>|HtNiii to a 
gmeml latmt Hi»lrlt supjKJM'd to i»er>'ade or underlie the ("onutltution, l»ui which neither lt« temip 
nor lt« implication!) clearly i11«m'1<mh*. H%Ukrr v. (Hhrinwiti, 'I\ <). S« U. 

"The Mineral ami ahntrat't quotion. wheth<>ran act of the lefd)*l<itun' )«c unctinMitutfonnl cannot 
with propriety be presented to a (*ourt; the <itie»tlon miu^t In*, whether 1 he act furnUhc* tht rule t«> 
Kin-ern th.- particular c;ii«c." F't^rr v. Om. of H'ihmI Ot •»<). .^ . .'>«K'43 — (t hoNon, J 

.Vs a Kvncral rule, one fxirt of an act will not lie liehl uncon»>tilutlonal. and another |iart eoii»tl 
t4itlonal. uiile.>«<« the n-^iKH'tive |>Mrt^ are inde|>endent of each other. They mu!*t f«tan«l or fall tofft'ther. 
^taU V. Onn. iif Ptrru (\t , .">(). S.. I<»7. 

When the proviHloiiN are all part.** of a olufcle jicheme, having a <iinimon ohjr«t, and an* inlff 
woTen with and dci»<>ndent U|»<)U one another, if any an* unctmytlintlonal, all rouM (all. Jf^nmr v. 
(ktUtM, 17 < ). S . (Wk't. 

But iNirti of an enactment, when ra|>able of M'lMtratlnn. may be vali<l aitd efTertual. when oth«T 
narut may W v«iid hv reaxm of nnnifrnaiicy to a conMitutlonal provision. Strmtt v. fitate. ;» o. 8., Vwl. 
TVatM If .Ix*. Sit. •_• V. .if/mni F. K- M. Inf. Co., M <). S.. '.'•♦1. 

" A nart of the Ktatut«* may Im* void for want of confttrmiiy to the <\tn*lltution and the r«*main<Wr 
valid. Whither or not the liitirniity that avoid.i a |Mirt atr«t''t» the entire act de|^-ndf> u|M»n the nm- 
neetion and deiM'udencc on each other (»f itK variou^ pntvlHioim. When* the) Hr«* m> intH>|iurably *t*u 
niH'tiMl in -ii^je t matti r. and m» n*lat«* to i-ai'h oth»r a"* to ui\e rW* t«) a prx-^umplbin that a i<irt aouUl 
not have bivn enacird without the whole, tht* entire act ii void. But whcnr no mch <i»nnci tloti «»r 
dependence «*xiHt.«>. that part of the Ntatute not itM*lf in contlici with any constitutional pntvinion. Ui 
n valid a<« if iiidejK-ndently enacted. Roilmttd v. CtnHmit^wwr*, :tl <>. f^.. :o .A.; — B«i>ntt»n J. 

Ttu* r\'ji'<-tiuu of ruMuc of the pro\ i«>ioni» <»f a !»tatuti>. tor un(*on«tituti«inality. will not \ary tlta* 
amiH* or m«aninu' of ito n-mainint; provi^hnio. whl«-h an* to U* ctmMrue*! aj» well In the llirht of 
thuae n>j«'4'tcd tut of thoM> which r\-maln. .Voir v. /Aimt/xiMf/A. 'ji» o. S.. It>7. 

"The rule applieabl(> to i on-^titutioU)*. a> well a> ^lalutco. If tliat when- the lanieiUMn' i* clear then- 
la no nN»m for con^t^uction. and thenpirit of • ppivt«ion uiitKt 1n> extrai'U**! fn>tu itj»wor<l». and not 
from coiijii-lure«» nltumtr." Wiltt>x v. .V^r/. :it (>. .s . .'.J^-'iil- oLey. J. 

Wh-il«'Mr infer-'uee inljrhl U* «lrawn fnmi the delmt*** in the r«»n«titutionaI r«»n\»-ntlon. evt»r>- 
|frovi*tion ot the ('oi)H*itutii*n ••hould Im> con«true<l a;j:n>i-alily to the iDi|Nirt of it» t* nii« m* Jhcy 
mav Ik* fairlv pre^umeii to ha\e Ui-n unden>t«MMl by the |i«'oi»le. wluwc ratilkratton a!«»ne savt* 
validity ti» tfie \%)ioli- inHtrinu(>nt Uhman \. Melindr, l.i t>. S., .tr.i-**Xi: Kv.:o .»>^ («;7-<tJi . i<».8.. 
1-16 ; 7 <) *i . Mi.-k;:; ; '.» (»..<. .V.S ;»7H. 

{2) The hupreme <i»urt of the rnite*l States hojt apiiellate Jurljxiiction. In etTtain roM-a. over 
the court)> of last tvhotI in the M'Verul hUtea. i*u/tMi Bank v. Knoup^ H (>. :<.. .U2; Jttd/y \. Jrgermm 
Bamk, 9 < ). ."^ . 'Vi<t'>. 

(3) 8*1- Art. IV, i l\ Note 1. 

1 lU iMite- I'Ji. ,V»1. .>! :^V to-. : -2 m-»Mit.-^. :>5?» ::71 :>A, :W^, .1W. Xn, 3S«. »*s 401. Wl, 4Ks 4>^I.<»K- 
♦.71. i.7'v-«»f»l, iX',. tiH.. i"iS7. »V.k'»-4JilN H». KLS, \VJ. ^7^^. 

8Bt\ 2. The supreme court nhall, until otherwise pnivided by law, cooaist of five 
judges, a innjority uf whom c »tii(K'tent to sit shall l>e n**cewary to form a quorum or 
to pronounce a d(H.M8iou. excc^ t as hereinafter provided. It sliall have oriietnal juris- 
dictioii ill qiio warranto, matidainUf*, hab**aa corpus and pn>cedeDdo,(l >and such appel- 
late juriMiicii'in as may l»e provided by I iw. It shall hold at least one term in t^ch 
year at th<* seat of (govern nieiit, and such other terms, there or elsewhere, as may be 
provide*! hy law. (2) Th«* jud^tnt of the supreme court vhHll b«* elected by the f>i<»r|i>ni 
uf the statf At large, for nuAi term, not less than five years, as the general aMH-n.hly 
may preficrihe, and they Hliall l>e elected and their official term shsU begin at aoch 
time n% may be fixe<l by 1 .w. In case the general assembly shall incriMso the num- 
ber of such judges, the firnt term of each of such ailditional judges shail be such, that 
in each year after their fi^at election, an equal numlier f»f iudgesof the supreme «^Qrt 
shall he el»*cte<i, except in elections to fill vacancies; and whenever the numln^r of 
such jtid^e** shall Ite mcre.meil, the gi^neral assembly may authorise such ot>art to 
Ofganixa divisions thereof, not exceeding three, each diviaioo to oonstst of an equal 




CONSTITUTION OF OBIO. 



jHrtiidiplloQ whrnvver nrnin Die limit of uciaimon |>leaii. In tiihfrr 
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Slvr. n. The circuit court shall haxe like originBl jur>R<1ictioD wiib the supreme 
court, snd Bich appellale j.iriBdli-Mon hb m.^y be proviileii by low. Such courla aba 
be conL|iused of such niituhcr of imljiea as \ti»y be provi'tcil by luw, siii] hLhIJ be 
held iu euch county, at least once in enrh year. The number of circ'uil«, and th« 
boundsrifs thereof, shall be prescribed by lav. Such juditeH shftll be eleded in each 
circuit by Ihe electors ther>-o[, and at such lime aod fur i^ucL term as uiuy be pre- 
ecribt-d liy law, and the s.nme niimbRr sliatl be elected in each circuit. Euch judge 
shall bn competent lo exercise his judicial powers in rny circuit. The General 
Aesembly may change, from time to lime, the nambcr or boundaries of the 
circuits. Tbe circuit couris shall be the sui'.ceisora of the district cuurte, and all 
cases, judKmenta, records, and nreceedintts pending in said district courts, iu tbe 
eever.-! counties of any db'tiict, snail be transferred to tbe circuit courts iu the several 
counties, iiud be proceeded in as though snid district courts liad not been al)i>ljaiied ; 
and the district courts shall continue in existence until the election and qualiflcalion 
of Ihe jiidices of tbe circuit courts. F^a amendtd Ocluhfr il. 1688 ] 

Sec, 7. There ahnll be established in each counly, a probste court, which shall 
be ft court of record, (1) open at alt times, and holden by one judge, elected by the 
voters o( the ounty. who shall hold his office for the term of three years, (2) and 
shall receiv" such campensntion, payable out of tbe county treasury, or by fees, oi 
both, as aball be provided by law. 



mpait absolute verity, that are coinpcleDi to decide ou Ihcir a 

.. J) Bnal JnilgniBnt, withoiit ■nriinir rnrth ihn f»piii and flvfil»n,> 

readured. aftrojiery, iEirtJwmrf,le0.8„ 4S6. 

pi) Tlie count; ol Wj-andol. on acoflunt ot , ,,... 

Tuecdar of October, issi.u preecrlbed b; the [ourtb KcUon of Ihe scbeilule I 



ofUiiBiilateiirc^iuUic fiiUesI 

and to eiercliie It to %n^ Jadg 

—adured. SAroycrv, SIdamid, 1. 

[3) Tlie count; ol W>-aiidul. on accdunt of a tie VOie, failed to elect a protHte fuilse on the i 
**"■■; of October. 18S I. «ji preecrlbed b" '*"* ''^"-»"' — ^>t^-. «*»».- -»KA.t..r«. va *ki. ^««^rr..>i^ 

II decHon of IRSa, K. WM elected lei , 

Atthe fall elecHon of l&'3 he was re-eleded and cammlaloned for alike tana. On the aecond Ttiea- 
da; of Oolotier. IHT. and irhlle K.itfll remalaed judge de/cu^a, another olecUon wat held tor the office, 
Ud H. rcceJTed the hlgbeal number of votea. Held— That K. vru. on each of hti aald etccllonii. If^nlly 
DOiamlialoncd for tbe term of three years, uid that M. wa* not Ibcrefore eiiUded to a commlnlon lo 
lakB eire.'i[rooi Ihe llth day o( February, 185S. iSch*daU,H.) Statoy, CAojb.TO, fl., sn. ^!^a Art IV. 

1 Deh«tcs. Ml. iir,l, 591. BM, (502. KB. flW. 673. 675, BTfl ; ! Dchale^ tm, .WO, 3M-4tK. AIO-WI,. SSI . 882, 

KsA, (vw, lus-eM, im. Bsa. >m, m;o. 

Skc. 8. The probate court shall have jurisdiction in probate and testamentary 
matters, the appointment of administrstois and guardians, the settleuient of the 
accounts of executors, Bdministrators, and guardians, and such jurisdiction in habeas 
corpus, the issuing ' f marriage licenses, and (or the sale of land by executors, adrnia- 
istrators, and KUsrdJnns, and such otlier jurisdiction, in any county or counties, (2) aa 
may be provided by law. 

. (I) Tliere ciifla no conatllulioDBl Impediment lo Inveatlng tlie probate court with poivcr upon 
flul •elUeiaent uilb tbe iidmlnlnniior of an Inlcxlate istate, lu order dlitilbuUon oi Ihe moiier 
remalntng In his handa lo Ihe peMouK entitled tberelti. ItcLanffUin T. JfcZdugUfn. 4 O. S., iiiM, 

Tlie avt u( Imjoty 9. IS!l l/iS r. 6|. conlerrlng JurisdlcUon upon rourtK of common plcag to appoint 
punUans of Ihe properly of pcrsouii incapable of lalilnK csre of and preBenlng Ihelr prowirly, b)' 
reawinof Inlerapenuicc and hahllnal drunkenneaa. U not In couSlctwIlh Ihe provlaluus ul ihli aectlou 
deflnlnaUie Jurisdiction of proh«lecourta. UaoanvT. OoAnfli.a)0. 8., «.'- 

[li This JurisdicUon mar be extended lo all the countlee In tbe itate uy a geufial eiuulment 
"ThawOTdH, 'Id any coDPty nr conoUca.' vers probably used rather aa enabling Ihaii reitrlatlre 
language, and were deelgued to permit the general memblr—uotwItliBtiuidliiE Ibe provisions of 
Hw twenty-ijith accUoo o[ the aeoond article, requiring all lam of a geueml nature U> have a 
nnllMm operation ibruugbonl the Male— In Its dlicietlon. to confer upon Ihe probate court more 

— . — .i_j ... — .— .1 — , — .1. — "ion the opposite conaUQCUon, a power lo 

PI, Is a power lo confer It lu *t> Ihe ttouoUcs 
In the aame manner : which brtngf us lo the absurd conduilon that the leglalalDre la competeni 
to do hy nliidy lava n hat It la locampeteQI lo do by one." tfiag v, C. W. & Z, R, Jt. Co., 4 O.B.. 

Funty which la not conferred In 
juriidl 



nte Whole object of the BecUou is lo deflne Iheilmlla of Its Jurisdiction: I 



Ducuislon 



COSSXtTDTIOIl OF OHIO. 

bacftiiM the Juriidtetlon of the probate Murt tniT be more exlenalTe In ( 
Ibe JatlMlIcllaa of elm couru of n>nimoo pleiu miut duo dinsr in exte 

inniwiiti tbcoummoD pl-^w, vrbicb UJeuled loitln i>ilir.>ni." KMev t. AtoM, O 

• Jiad we .Irf . //, i ^, A'ofe 1. 

1 oubBiM. 411, Ml, sei. si^coi Nia-«i2, em, 6?2. s», Gift, bm, eea-ex ; 
I aw), w), ii»-4ta. *>i-«is, em -aw. ass-wa. ws, gas, tao, (^. 

* Sbc. 9. A otmpetent number oF juaticea of the peace sfaall t_ 

I alectani, m ejuh lownsbip in the wevtral uounties. Thtir leroi ol (i( 
I jeATS, nnd their powers and duties shall be reKutated by law. [i>et 
m. I II.) i 

1 Uelial<H<,431,Ul,5in,6H^ 2llttb»l>!!l.a7V,Xi.W6.Wl.iC2.ii»-iao.(iS&.em.eH 

Sec, 10. All judges, other than those provided for in this Oonl 
[Elected by the elfciors of the jadi<:lHl district for which they may bi 
for a longer term ol office than Bvo yenrs. ] 



Sbc, 11. [Rrpeakd Oclober 9, 1888.] 

Sbc. W. Thb judgeB of Ihe courts if conJinon plena shall, whih 
tn the dJHtrict for which thev nre elected ; and their term of office 
;y«are, ISet Vorul. 18Ca, ArU 'ill, « 0, 8.) 
, 1 Debates, «n ; 2 DcbAtea. 13», 3130, mr.. i(rt. wt-m, NU, Bsn, 8M 

Skc. 13. In case the office of any judge shall become TscanI, b 
)lion of ibe regiilAr lerm for which he was elected, the vacnncy ahal 
,;tK>intment by the goverDor, until a, succei-srir is elected and qaslilit^ 
' CMBor shall be elected for the nncxpired lerm, at the Qrst iinnniil cli 
more than thirty days alter the vscaucy shall have happened. 



, M Indga for Mid ooon^ wotOd be abOMn, wit 

pMlMiM JodM wlthoat tndleatlns whettsi for Iha u , 

bsM; 1, Ibat under (he Cooidtntlon end lawi-of Ihia stale. > 
not void for uncertainty. 3. Ttiat auch electli "~ 

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o( lor tl 



L<»!BS. inoperative,