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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Office of the Secretary of State,. 
Columbus, O., November 17, 1883^ 

T$ the Honorably Charles Foster, Governor of Ohio : 

I have the honor to sul)init herewith the annual report of this department for 
the year ending November 15, 1883, in obedience to the Constitution, and in 
•ompliance with the law. 

CORPORATIONS. 

There have been filed in this office, during the year just closed, eight hun- 
dred and seventy-six articles of incorporation. 

The companies thus incorporated are classified, as follows: eleven baoking^ 
•ompanies, ninety-seven building and loan associations, ten cemetery associa- 
tions, forty-four churches, eight co-operative associations, twenty colleges and 
literary societies, five construction companies, sixteen electric light companies, 
three fire and life insurance companies, eight gas-light companies, two hundred 
and fifty-three manufacturing companies, thirty-five mining companies, seven- 
teen mutual aid companies, twenty-six printing and publishing companies^ 
thirty-seven railroad companies, four street railroad companies, six telegraph 
and telephone companies, one hundred and forty-nine societies and benevolent 
associations, and one hundred and twenty-seven for various other purposes. 

The total capital stock of these incorporated companies is stated at $163,629,- 
519. Six companies also consolidated with a capital stock of $46,000,000, 
making the total amount of capital stock for the fiscal year $209,629,549. 
Seventy-five companies have increased their capital stock $124,689,050, and 
ten companies have decreased their capital stock $755,450. Three hundred 
and three companies have filed the required certificates that ten per cent, of 
their capital stock has been subscribed previous to organization, and certificatea- 
of miscellaneous changes, numbering forty- three, have been filed. 

Accompanying this report will be found a complete list of the incorporations 
of the previous year, so tabulated and classified as to furnish an intelligent 
outline of the progress of incorporating companies in Ohio. 

The duties devolving upon this office in connection with incorporated com- 
panies, have greatly enlarged during the past few years, and continue to 
demand much attention and clerical labor. An examination will show that a 



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) AKNUAL REPORT 8BCRETART OF 0TATB. 

very large per cent of the manufacturing and producing interests of the State 
is being merged into corporate bodies. The active industries embracing the 
active capital of the State are drifting into some one of the many classes of 
corporations. In a corresponding degree, private enterprises, personal respon- 
sibiHtj, and individual efibrt, are being absorbed and disappearing from the 
sphere of active pursuits. The industries of Ohio, to^y, are guided and con- 
trolled, not by the citizen in his private capacity, but by the directors and 
stockholders of incorporated companies. As an evidence of thi^, it is but 
necessary to cite the fact that there are to-day, as nearly as can be estimated, 
10,000 incorporated companies in Ohio, with a stated capital stock of $2,240,- 
239,065. Since 1851, 9,357 companies have been incorporated, whose capital 
stock is given at $2,201,239,065. Of these, a considerable portion is not in 
active operation, and, in fact, in many cases the companies were never fully 
organized. 

There are recognized evils, and no little inconvenience resulting from the 
ease, rapidity, and cheapness, with which, under the present laws, persons can 
become incorporated. In a few hours' time, and for a mere pittance, any 
number of persons, not less than five, can become a body corporate for any 
purpose, with two exceptions, for which individuals may lawfully a.<;sociate 
themselves. The cost is trifling, inviting persons without any well developed 
purpose, or substantial basfc, perhaps for mere speculative purposes, to pre- 
pare articles of incorporation, and have them filed and recorde<i. In many 
cases, they stop there; tlie stock is never subscribed, and the organization never 
perfected. As a consequence, the books of this office are cumbered with the 
records of incorporations that never really exist. The general index has become 
ii confused mass of names— -a long array of non-existing companies. 

As one remedy for this evil, I would respectfully suggest that a reasonable 
and discriminating increase of the fees charged, would he beneficial. The pay 
for the Work actually done is, in most cases, inadequate, while for a portion of 
the labor performed for these companies the law provides no remuneration. 

In the case of companies formed for benevolent, religious, or literary pur- 
poses, or such companies as are not organized for profit or having no capital 
stock, it might not be advisable to increase the fees already provided. In 
other instances, an increased fee would, I feel confident, be not only just and 
fair, but prove of advantage to all concerned. It would discourage and dimin- 
ish the forming of ** straw" companies, and would thus be of real benefit to 
-such companies as are organized in good faith and for actual work. It would 
prevent the books of this office from being lumbered up with the names and 
records of incipient corporations that never exist save in name. As all suck 
fees in excess of $1,000 are paid into the State Treasury, such proposed increase 
would redound solely to the benefit of the State, and be the means of bringing 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP BTATE. 






much larger revenues into the treasury, making this office largely, if not 
entirely, self-sustaining. As much of the work done herein is for incorporated 
•ompanies, there is no good reason why they should not meet the expenses 
thereof, shielded and favored as they are by the friendly laws of the State. 
The same result would be reached in this office, as will be observed in the In- 
surance Department, under which the fees are so adjusted as to bring a sub- 
stantial revenue to the treasury. 

In arranging the fee to be charged for companies with capital stock, and 
organized for profit, I would suggest grading it according to the amount of 
such capital stock. For instance : 

For all companies having a capital stock of $5,000 or under $5 00 

For companies whose capital stock is 810.000, and over $5,000 10 00 



25,000, 


10,000 


15 00 


50,000, 


25,000 


25 00 


100,000, 


50,000 


35 00 


500,000, ' 


100,000 


50 00 


1,000,000, 


500,000 


75 00 



over $1,000,000 100 00 

These figures are merely suggestive. That there shduld be such a change in 
the law, as would provide for an increase in the fees charged for the reasons 
mentioned, as well as for other reasons that will occur, I have no doubt, and I 
respectfully submit the matter to the judgment and consideration of the General 
Assembly. 

The index to the records of incorporations is imperfect, and not such an 
index as its importance demands. The many companies incorporated during 
the past thirty-two years, since June, 1851 — the records thereof filling twenty- 
•ight volumes — indexed without reference to vowels, make the search for names 
^uite tedious, and renders it oftimes difficult to trace the history and changes of 
eorporations. The importance of making correct searches would suggest the 
preparing of a new and better systematized index. No appropriation is now 
asked for that purpose, as I believe, should the work be done, the expense 
^Aiereof can be paid out of the usual appropriation for extra clerk hire made for 
this department. 

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

During the past year, fifteen villages have been incorporated, and additional 
territory has been added to eleven others. 

REVISED STATUTES. 

Under the authority given for the sale of copies of the Revised Statutes of 
Ohio there have been but 16 copies sold during the year, for which $80.00 
were received, and that sum has been paid into the State Treasury. Being the 



6 ANKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

firsttedition — of 1880 — without notes or references to the amendments of the 
past three years, the demand for the same has almost ceased, and but few more 
copies, it is reasonable to suppose, could be sold. There are now on hand of 
this edition, 1,654 copies of the first volume, and 1,736 of the second volume. 
The value of these will decrease with each year. 

The General Assembly, last winter, by Senate Joint Resolution No. 61, 
authorized the Secretary of State to exchange all the copies of the old edition 
on hand, not exceeding 1850, for an equal number of the new or third edition, 
as corrected and revised, containing notes and references to all amendments up 
to the present time, upon term^ fixed by said resolution. Such exchange had 
become advisable, otherwise this department could have furnished to the incom- 
ing Legislature only the old or first edition. 

The General Assembly, last year, authorized the purchase of 200 copies of 
the second edition, known as the Derby edition, but this supply is entirely 
exhausted. The two Houses, at the last session, adopted a resolution per- 
mitting the members to retain the copies in their possession, and this left 
barely enough of that edition to supply the Supreme Court Commission. Un- 
•der the authority of the joint resolution referred to, I have contracted with H. 
W. Derby & Co. for such number of thege new statutes as it may be deemed 
advisable to exchange, upon the terms and conditions mentioned in the joint 
resolution. The publishers have notified this department that they will furnish 
the work early in December, ready for binding, in ample time to supply copies 
to the General Assembly at the beginning of its session. 

SUPREME COURT REPORTS. 

The number of volume 38, of the Ohio State Reports, provided for by law, 
lias been received, and copies of the same have been distributed in accordance 
with law, as follows: issued to county clerks, 88; to states and territories, 45; 
to Supreme Court, library and reporter, 15; to Supreme Court Commission, 
1 1 ; to State officers, 9 ; leaving still on hand, 182 copies. 

The statute undoubtedly contemplates, and it has been the custom to furnish 
one copy of each report, as soon as published, to the clerk of the court of each 
county, for the use of such court; but there is no specific provision to that 
effect It would be better to have the distribution thereof more definitely pro- 
vided for by statute. 

In addition to the above, volumes of former reports have been distributed, 
viz. : to Clerk of Court of Delaware county, volumes 4 and 25, Ohio Stat« 
Reports; to Clerk of Court of Washington county, volumes 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 
and 13, Ohio Reports, and volumes 13 and 31, Ohio State Reports ; to Clerk 
of Court of Fairfield county, volumes 6 and 34, Ohio State Reports ; to Supreme 
Court Commission, four full sets of Ohio Reports, and Ohio State Reports ; t» 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 7 

Clerk of Court of Harriaon county, volumes 1, 10, 12 and 13, Ohio Reports, 
and volumes 9, 11, 20, 25 and 35, Ohio 8tate Reports; to Auditor of State, 
volume 37, Ohio State Reports. 

OHIO STATE REP0RTt5. 

A joint resolution was passed April 19, 1883, authorizing f.he Secretary of 
State to sell, on such terms as he may deem advisable, any odd volumes of the 
Ohio State R3ports, now in his possession. As this department is expected, 
under the law, to furnish lost volumes to the courts of the State, thus constantly 
breaking sets, and believing it was intended to hold these reports, in order that 
the State might thus supply odd volumes through years to come, I have not 
deemed it advisable to dispose of any of said State Reports, as authorized by the 
re-K)lulion mentioned. The number of copies on hand of the several volumea 
widely varies, as will be seen by the following list: 



SUPREME COURT REPORTS ON HAND. 



Volume. 


1 

Ohio 
Reports. 


1 

Ohio State 
Reports. 


Volume. 
20 


Ohio 
Reports. 


Ohio 8Ute 
Reports. 


1 


245 
249 
243 
245 
243 
249 
248 
241 
234 
230 
350 
304 
422 
297 
388 
361 
101 
119 
74 


322 
266 
389 
288 
303 
301 
300 
299 
295 
301 
301 
304 
294 
307 
309 
255 
263 
272 
146 


359 


126 


2 


21 


121 


3 


22 


20 


140 


4 


23 


140 


5 


24 


126 


6 


25 




136 


09 

4 ,..,,,, ...... 


26 




126 


8 


27 




139 


9 


28 




138 


10 


29 




186 


11 


30 




97 


12 


31 




102 


**••••*••••• ••••••••• •••••• 

13 


32 




176 


14 


33 




164 


15 


34 




183 


16 


35 




172 


17 


.36 




182 


18 


37 




195 


19 


38 




182 











The contract now existing under joint resolution of April 17, 1882, for the 
publication of the Oliio State Reports expires June 23, 1884. It will be ih« 
duty of the General Assembly to authorize the making of a new contract. 



STATIONERY. 



I am pleased to report that in this department there has been a marked sar- 
ing daring the past year. The amount of stationery disbursed during th« 
previous year was over $18,000 in value, and judging by the amounts used ki 



8 AKNUAL REPORT SEGRETART OF STATE. 

former years, it was apprehended that the sum appropriated for this purpose, 
for the present year, would not be sufficient It is gratifying to state that the 
appropriation will prove ample, notwithstanding the additional demand upon 
that fund on account of the Supreme Court Commission, and from other causes. 
In purchasing supplies, they have always been bought where they could be 
obtained the cheapest; sealed estimates having been asked for, accompanying 
which samples of the goods were required to be submitted. In nearly all cases, 
supplies were purchased at a very material reduction in price. 

In the distribution of stationery, and other necessary articles for the use of 
the General Assembly, I would suggest a plan that would prevent much criti- 
cism and inconvenience, and lead to a desirable saving to the State — ^that is, 
that a joint resolution be passed, providing that blank requisitions upon the 
sergeant-at-arms of the respective Houses be furnished members thereof, and 
these officers directed to supply the members with the necessary stationery upon 
their written requisitions. Under the present system there is no responsibility 
for these supplies after they reach the sergeants-at-arms ; and, intending no 
criticisms here, members of former legislatures have held that these bodies did 
not receive all the stationery with which they were charged ; thus injustice was 
often done the suppljring officer, who had no means of verifying his accounts, 
while, at the same time, each member thereof being equally responsible, was 
subjected to charges of wastefulness and extravagance. 

A plan, such as is suggested above, would be a safe-guard to all ; would secure 
the delivery of stationery to members at less trouble, and would show exactly 
to whom the supplies go that are drawn by the sergeants-at-arms. 

PAPER CONTRACTS. 

Sealed proposals were invited, by advertisement in accordance with law, for 
the paper necessary for the use of the State, for the year beginnipg November 
1. The bids were opened on the 3d day of September by the Commissioners 
of Public Printing, and the following personsL being the lowest bidders, and 
having ftimished approved bonds, were awarded the contracts for the several 
kinds of paper, as follows: 

To the Ohio Paper Company, of Miamisburg— double super royal, at 7 74-100 
eents per pound. To Chatfield & Woods, of Cincinnati — double flat cap, at 
11 49-100 cents per pound; brochure cover, at 9 49-100 cents per pound; 
demy, at 13 49-100 cents per pound ; post-office paper, at 9 74-100 cents per 
pound ; medium, at 11 54-100 cents per pound ; double medium, at 10 99-100 
cents per pound. To Cleveland Paper Company — flat letter, at 11 44-100 cents 
per pound; flat cap, at 13 45-100 cents per pound. To Central Ohio Paper 
Company, of Columbus— imperial, at 16 95-100 cents per pound; linen folio, 
at 13 98-100 cents per pound. To Hann & Adair, card board, at 12 cents per 



ANNUAL BEl^ORT 8BCBETABY OF STATE. 9 

pooBd. The figures at which the awards were made, are £Etyorable to the 
State, being a reduction from the prices paid the previous year of from three to 
twenty-eight per cent , 

FEES. 

The total amount of fees received by this office during the past fiscal year was 
$2,609.05. The amount received by my predecessor from November 18, 1882, 
to January 8, 1883, as. shown by the record of fees, was $342.90. From the 
latter date, when the present incumbent took charge, to the close .of the fiscal 
year, there wa9 collected $2,266.15. This was derived, principally, from 
famishing certified copies of articles of incorporation. Of this amount, $1,000 
has been retained as a portion of my salary, in accordance with the act of 
April 18, 1881, and the balance— $1,266.15 — paid, quarterly, as collected, 
into the 8tate Treasury. 

The fees of this office might be largely and justly increased, if the suggestions 
made in the former part of' this report should be carried out 

I STATISTICS. 

Accompanyrag thb report will be found the statistical information gathered 
in eompliance with the statute from State and county officers, and from other 
reliable sources. It has-been my endeavor to make this departipent an invit- 
ing feature ; not aiming sintply to *' pad'* it out, but sparing no pains to secure 
the utmost accuracy. The county officials have, almost without exception, 
been quite prompt in furnishing the information called for, and have cheerfully 
met all demands made upon them for statistical returns, for which promptness 
I feel impelled to express my thanks. The imperfect system of gathering sta- 
tisUcs, the vagueness of returns, necessarily leads to some inaccuracies, which, 
as far as possible, have been avoided. 

ELECTION TABLES. 

The election statistics will, I feel confident, be found accurate and complete. 
In view of the Presidential contest of the coming year, when not only the public, 
but more especially political statisticians, will desire complete tables for refer- 
ence, the vote by townships for the four preceding years Ls tabulated, being 
one year more than has heretofore been given in these reports. This is done in 
order to include the vote of 1880, which, with the three succeeding years, gives 
ample figures upon which to estimate. The Presidential vote by counties for 
1872, 1876, and 1880 is also, for similar reasons, given in this department 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

From an appropriation of $1,500, made by the Legislature in 1881, twelve 
•opiet of Standard Weights and Measures weve procured by my predecessor^ 



10 ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRETARY OF STATE. 

at a cost of $115 per copy. The statute authorizes their sale to cities, etc., at 
cost But one copy of these has been sold — none during the present year — 
and the other eleven are on hand to supply any demand. There have been but 
few inquiries for the same. 

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTa 

The General Assembly, last winter, submitted three proposed amendments to 
the Constitution of Ohio, which were voted upon at the recent elections; com- 
plete tables giving the vote upon each of^ these amendments will be found 
among the election statistics presented. 

The amendments were published in newspapers in each county six months, 
as provided by the Constitution. The Secretary of State, as required by the 
act of April 5, 1883, ordered these propoged amendments published in one paper 
of each party in the several counties, and in the German press. The cost of the 
judicial amendment, as measured by the Supervisor of Printing, at sixty per 
cent, of legal rates, is $131.88 for each paper that published the same the full 
time ; and for the proposed amendment to schedule 18, the co^t for each paper 
is $72.80, making the cost of the two, $204.68 for each journal. The total 
cost thereof for all the papers, in English and German, cannot be estimated 
with exactness at present, but will approximate $46,000. For the payment of 
this work no provision was made at the last session, a bill which passed the 
Senate, making the necessary appropriation, having failed to pass the House. 
It would seem that a Legislature submitting an amendment should provide for 
the prompt payment of the cost of publication, so that publishers would not 
be required to wait for months, as in this instance, after the work was com- 
pleted. Since the electi )n, when the publication ceased, I have sent out blank 
vouchers to publishers. These have been filled out and approved by the 
county commissioners, as the law directs, and the same are now on file in this 
office awaiting the action of the General Assembly. I respectfully call atten- 
tion to this matter, and suggest that an appropriation for the payment of these 
claims should be made at an early day. 

INSPECTION OF OA8 METERS, ETC. 

The Secretary of State is made the custodian of all the apparatus and pro- 
perty belonging to the State for the inspection of illuminating gas and gaA- 
meters, and the testing of the registration of meter provers. The apparatus for 
this purpose, in charge of this department, was found broken and useless. To 
enable the Secretary to perform the duties required by the statute it will ba 
necessary to purchase new apparatus or repair the old. Section 3555, of the 
Revised Statutes, provides that such apparatus shall be provided at the expenM 
of the gas companies ef the State, but no provision is made as to how suck 



ANN¥AL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 11 

«xp6n8e shall be assessed. The necessary apparatus should either be provided 
or the duties involved should be otherwise provided for. There has, however, 
been but one application to have meter pro;v'ers tested and sealed during the 
vear. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

The original manuscript journals and records, placed in charge of this office, 
are not in as good condition as they should be, and provision should be made 
for their better care and preservation. Many of these volumes are stored away 
in the stationery room, in dark corners, inconvenient for reference, and unpro- 
tected from dust or exposure. A room suitable for the purpose should be pro- 
vided for them. 

The book or packing-room in the basement is crowded with old books and 
documents, many of which are out of date, and of little or no value. These 
might be sold as old paper, especially where there is a large number of the 
same volume on hand, and thus make room for later reports and documents 
that annually accumulate. 

A roster of State officials, and those connected with the various departments 
and State institutions, with a complete list of county officers and justices of the 
peace, will be found accompanying this report; also, the usual educational, ju- 
dicial, social, and vital statistics, gathered in accordance with law. .With this 
is presented, also, statistical matter obtained from officials of other States, the 
amount of State debts, of the general tax duplicate, of State taxes, etc., with 
other information that will prove of value to legislators and political economists. 

For the prompt and efficient manner in which the work of this department 
has been performed by the chief clerk and his assistants during the year, it is 
proper that I should express my acknowledgments, assured of the fact that 
they have been faithful to duty and to the public interests. 

I am pleased to state that there will be no deficiency in any of the Ainds over 
which this department has control. I am, very respectfully. 

Your obedient servant, 

Ja8. W. Newman, 

Secretary of State, 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF OHIO FOR 1883-84. 

(as rbportbd by bach dbpartmbnt.) 

INCLUDING THE HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS AND APPOINTED OFFICERS, 
JUDGESiOF THE COURTS, AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS, TRUS- 
TEES AND OFFICERS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL, REFORMATORY 
AND BENEVOLENT {INSTITUTIONS, MEMBERS OF THE GEN- 
ERALl ASSEMBLY OF OHIO, APPORTIONMENT OF THE 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, COUNTY OFFICERS, ETC. 



STATE OFFICERS FOR 1883-84, 



ELECTIVE OFFICERS. 



Office. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Governor 

Lieut. Governor ... 
Secretary of State .. 
Auditor of State ... 
Treasurer of State.. 
Attorney-General .. 
Commissioner of 
Common Schools 



Board of Public 
Works .... 



t{ 



Judges of the Su- 
preme Court... 



Clerk of Sup. Court 



Charles Foster 

Reese G. Richards .. 
James W. Ne.\f man 

John F. Oglevee 

Joseph Turney 

D. A . Hollingsworth * 

Daniel DeWolf 

Leo Weltz' 

George Paul 

Henry Weible 

John \V. Okey 

Geo. W. Mcllvaine.. 
VVm. W.Johnson... 

John H. Doyle* 

William H. Upson*.. 
Dwight Cro^ell 



Fostoria , 

Steuben vilie 
Portsmouth 
Springfield .. 
Cleveland ... 
Cadiz 



Toledo 

Wilmington ..... 
Cuvahoga Falls 

Delphos 

Columbus 

N. Philadelphia 

Ironton 

Toledo 

Akron 

Geneva 



Term expires. 



2d Monday in Jan'y, 1884 

** 1884 

*• 1885. 

** 1884 

ii 1884 



it 



<t 



1884 

2d Tuesday in Feb'y, 1884 

" 1885 
** 1886. 
February 9, 1888. 
* 1886. 

1885. 



February 4, 1884. 



1 Appointed April 21, 1888, vice George K. Nasb, appointed member of Supreme Court Com* 
missloD. 
9 Appointed July 9, 1883, vice S. R. Hosraer, died July 4, 1888. 
^ Appointed March 10, 1888, vice Nicholas Longworth, resigned March 9, 1888. 
« Appointed March II, 1888, vice William White, died March 12, 1888. 



OFFICBBS ELECTED OCTOBER 9, 1883. 



Office. 



Governor 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney- General 

Com'ner of Com. Schools... 
Member B'rd of Pub. Works 

Judges of Supreme Court | 

Clerk of Supreme Court .... 



Name. 



George Hoadljr ... 
John G. Warwick 
Emil Kiesewetter 

Peter Brady 

James Lawrence.. 
Leroy D. Brown .. 
John P. Martin... 
Martin D. Follett 
Selwyn N. Owen.. 
J. W. Cruikshank 



1 

Residence. 


Term expires. 


Cincinnati^ 2d 


Monday in Jan., 1886 


Massillon... * 


" 1886 


Columbus .. * 


* ** 1888- 


Bellevue ... * 


" 1886 


Cleveland .. * 


' •' 1886 


Hamilton... ' 


" 1887 


Xenia * 


u 1887 


Marietta — * 


** 1887 


Bryan * 


" 1889' 


Troy .« 


*• 188T 



ROSTER OF 8TATB OFFIOEfiS. 



15 



OFFICERS BY APPOINTMENT— HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Offloe. 



Adjatant-General 

AMiatant Adjat«ot-General 

OommlBsloner of Railroads and Tele- 

in^pha , 

Saperln tendon t of Insnrance 

Bapervlnorof Public Printing 

Inspector of Mines. 

GommlMloner of Labor Htatlstics 

State LlbrarlHn 

Law Librarian 

Secretary Htate Board of Agriculture.. 
Secretary Board of State CbarlUes 



Name. 



Hamuel B. Smith 

Henry A. Axllne„... 

H. Bablne 

Chas. H. Moore 

Joshua K. Brown.... 

Andrew Roy , 

Henry Luskey 

Howard L. Conard ., 

Frank N. Beebe 

W. I. Chamberlain. 
Alberto, liyers 



Residence. 



Dayton 

ZanesvlUe 

Rich wood.. .. 

Columbus 

Cambridge ... 

Coal ton 

i Inclnuatl ... 
Columbus 

• •••« 

• •••* 



Term. 



Years. 



2 
2 

2 
3 
2 
4 
2 
2 
3 
1 
1 



Expires. 



Jan. 14, 1881 
" 14, IWI 

Feb. 25, 1^ 
June 3, 1884 
Apr. 14, 1H85 
Feb. 14, 1884 
Apr. 12, 1885 
" 15, 1885 
8ept.25, 1886 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSION. 



Name. 


Residence. 
Zanesville 


Term. 


Commission 
expires. 


Mos68 M. Granorer 


Two years 

n 
n 
it 


AprillT, 1885 

4( {{ 


George K. Nash 


Columbus 


Franklin J. Dickman 


Cleveland 


If it 


Charles D. Martin 


Lancastt'r 


(( (t 


John McCaulev 


Tiffin 


(( li 









OFFICIAL RORTKU OF CIVIL AND MILITARY STAFF OF GOVERNOR 
CHARLES FOSTER-EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

CIVIL STAFF. 



Name. 



Charles Foster* 

F. D. Musscy.. 

E. T. Hall 

Michael Steinfeld.... 



Office. 



Governor 

Private Secretary 
Exei'utive Clerk .. 
Assistant Clerk ... 



Residence. 



Fostoria.... 
Cincinnati. 
Columbus , 



ti 



Term of office. 



Two years. 



Term expires. 



Secrood Mon- 
day in Jan- 
uary, 1884. 



» Oeonce Hoadly, elected Oovernorof Ohio, for term expiring second Monday In January, 



liW. 



16 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MILITABT STAPr. 



Name. 



Samuel B. Smith. 



Office. 



Residence. 



Louis 8ea8>ngood. 



William C. Cooper... 

John N. Beach 

Henry A. Axline 

George N. Gray 

Tim. £. McNamara..| 
George A. Garretson 

Charles E Groce 

Williams. Kent 

James H. Snrague ...' 

Joseph C. Wherle 

Frank S. Case 

Daniel P. Bosworth.., 
Thos. II. Anderson...! 
Evan Morris 



Adjutant General, In- 
spector-General, and 
Chief of Stoff. 

Quartermaster-General, 
and Commissary-Gen- 
eral of Subsistence 

Judge Advocate-General 

Surgeon-General 

Asst. Ad iutintp General . 

Chief of Engineers 

Aid-de-Gamp « 



Davton 

Cincinnati 

Mt, Vernon 

West Jefferson.. 

Zaneeville 

Ironton 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Circleville 

Kent 

Norwalk 

Newark ., 

Bellefontaine ... 

Marietta 

Cambridge 

Girard 



Rank. 



(i 



Major-General. 



Briffadier-General. 

i( 

Colonel. 
It 

(< 

«( 

«( 

ii 

<t 

ii 

tt 

It 

ii 

tt 



STATE H0U8B POLICE AXD ATTENDANT. 



Name. 


Office. 
Dav policeman 


Residence: 
Columbus 

Pinna 


Term expires. 


John J. Adams 


1 Second Mon- 


John W. LinsTO 


Night policeman 

Visitors* attendant..... 


\ day in Jan- 
J uary, 1884. 


Joseph M. Patterson 




1 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Name. 



Office. 



James W. Newman.. 

8. L. Rf^eves 

J. E. Hebard 

Felix E. Breen 

James K. Newcomer 

Hamer D. Hunt 

Thomas G. Howell... 

Wm. H. Domigan..... 
Philip Williams 



Secretary of State.... 

Chief Clerk « 

Statistician 

Corporation Clerk ... 
Stationery Clerks.... 

Recording Clerk 

Supt. Book and Pack 
ing Department.... 

Shipping Clerk 

Messenger 



Residence. ^^^^^ 



Term expires. 



•I— 



Portsmouth ..i Two years 
Lancaster ...»l 

Gallipolis 

Sandusky ...«, 
Wilmington .. 
Warren , 

Portsmouth .. 
Columbus I 



ti 



Second Mon- 
day in Jan- 
uary, 1885. 



ROSTER OF STATE OFFICERS. 



17 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Name. 



Office. 



John F. Oglevee* ... 
Chas. H. Ostrander*. 

J. J. Hanna' 

Jas. A. Williams 

J. B. NevUle* 

Jno. R. Malloy 

Miss £. B. Eagleson 
Horace N. Matthews 



Auditor of State 

Chief Clerk , 

(Dhief Book-keeper 

Railroad and Bank Clerk 

Chief Clerk Land Department. 
Clerk Trust Fund and Canal... 

Statistical Clerk 

Clerk 



Residence. 



Term i Term ex- 
of office.! pires. 



Springfield .j 4 years, j Second 



Cleveland... 
Springfield . 
Columbus... 
Colymhua... 
Columbus... 
Columbus... 
Marietta 



n 
n 



Monday 
in Jan- 
uary, 
1884. 



» Emit Kie»e wetter, elected .\uditorof State for term expiring SeA>nd Monday In Januar/, 

« Vice John T. Matthews, died September 29, IHKi. 

* Vice C. H. Ostrmnder, promoted. 

* Vice J. J. Hanoa, promoted. 



TREASURER OF STATE. 



Name. 



Office. 



Residence. 



1 Term 
iof office. 



Term expires. 



Treasurer of State .. 
Cashier 



Joseph Turney.^ 

Henry S. Babbitt 

William J. Tumev Book-keeper . 

Charles E. Al brigbt Book-keeper . 



Hiram S. Falor 
John £. Evans.... 
Frank D. Carlisle 



Messenger 
Watchman 
Watchman. 



Cleveland 12 years. 

Columbus j 

Cleveland 

Columbus ; 

I Akron 

Columbus 1 

Mt. (Jilead ' 



t( 



i( 






(( 



(< 



Jan. 14, 1884. 



it 

n 



» Peter Brady, elected Treasurer of State for term expiring second Monday in January, 1886. 



COMMISSIONER OF COMMON SCHOOLS. 



Name. 


Office. 

• 
Commissioner 


Residence. 


Term 
of office. 


Term expires. 


Daniel F.DeWoU*„ 


Toledo 


3 years. 


Jan. 14. 1884. 


J. E. Sater^ 


Chief Clerk 


Columbus 


<< 


Emma D. Walker 


Second Clerk 


Toledo ** 


n 













>Liero3' D. Brown, elected Commissioner of Common Hohoolft for term expiring Mocond 
Monday Id January, 1887. 



18 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 



Name. 



Office. 



D. A. Hollingsworth * ... 

W. B. Beebe 

Hiram S. Falor- 



Residence. ^J^^ 



Attorney-general ... 

aerk„ 

Messenger 



Cadiz.. 2 years. 

Columbus I 2 years. 

Akron 



Term expires. 



2d Monday in 
January, 1884. 
2d Monday in 
January, 1884. 



1 James liswrenoe, elected Attorney-GeDeral for term exptrinf? second Monday in Jan- ^ 
nary, 1886. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 



Name. 



George Paul, Pres. 



Henry Weible. 



Office. 



Member of Board... 



(( 



Leo Weltz » « 



Residence. 



Cuyahoga Falls. 



' Term 
jof office. 



3 yeargi. 



Delphos i 3 

Wilmington j 3 



(( 



Chief iCnpineer 

'Resident Enjrineer., 






(( 



(( 



John B. Gregory .. 
T Dwii^ht Paul.'.... 

W. C. HHlFord. 

J')hn VV. Krwin ... 

A. C. WiiliHins 

J. W. Horton I Clerk 

L. U. hchiiell« I Superintondunt ....% 

Patrick Callanan 
A. D. Lerb 



Serretary ., 



T. J. Guin 

J. K. Anderson ... 

Harlow White 

W. H. Dumont 

Jars is l^ndon 

D. H. Hancock 



«i 



(i 



(( 



n 



(( 



i( 



(t 



ii 



Columbus 

Akron 

Waveriy ., 
Huiuiltim.. 
Columbus 



'> 



Akron 

New Phihuiclpliia.. 

ISIillersport 

Chillicothe 

McCoanelsville 

Logan 

Ix)ckland 

Pi(|ua 

Napoleon 



year. 

(( 

u 
ii 
it 
(t 
ii 
il 
(( 

^l 
it 
ii 



ti 



Term expires. 



2d Tues'lay in 
Feb., 1885. 
2d Tuc sdav in 
Feb., 1886*. 
2d Tuesday in 
Feb., 1884. 
May 22, 1884. 

Feb. 15, 1884. 

ii 

ti 
it 
<( 

April 1, 1S84. 



Ii 
it 
ik 
it 

it 
ii 
Ii 
it 



» Appolnteil— vice 8. R. Hosmcr died July 4, 18«3. 

s John P. Martin, elected Member Board of Public Works for t<*rni expiring second Tuesday 
In February, 1887. 
» 

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC PRINTING. 



Name. 



Jas. W. l^ewman, Secretary of 
State 

John F. Oglevee, Auditor of 
State„ 

D. A. Hollingsworth, Attorney- 
general 




Ex-officio 
Commis- 
sioners. 



Residence, u.- Jfl!"^ 
<it otnce. 



Term expires. 






Portsmouth ..j 2 years. 
Columbus.....! 4 



i4 



Cadiz j2 '* 



2d Monday in 
January, 1885. 
2d Monday in 
January, 1884. 
2<1 Monday in 
January, 1884. 



B06T£B of BTA.TE OFPI0EB8. 



1» 



COMMISSIONERS OF THE OHIO STATE LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 

• 


Residence. 


Oharles Foster, Governor 1 

Ja«. W. Newman, Secretary of State 
Howard L. Conard,* State Librarian., j 


Ex-officio ComniiRAioners 


r Fostoria. 

Portsmouth. 
( Columbus. 



COMMISSIONERS OF SINKING FUND. 



Name. 



John F. Oglevee, Auditor of Sta^e, 
President 

Jap. W. Newman, Secretary of State, 
Secretary 

A. D. Hofiingsworth, Ait^y-general.., 



O. C. Wheeler. 
F. D. Carlisle.. 



Office. 



Ex-ofiicio 

Comniis^ 

sioners. 



Clerk 

Mess'ger . 



Residence. 



Springfield.. 
Portsmouth 

Mt. Gilead.. 
Columbus .. 



Term 
of office. 



4 years. 



2- 

2- 



(4 



H 



Term ex- 
pires. 



2d Mon. in 
Jan., 1884. 

2d Mon. ia 
Jan., 1885. 

2d Mon. in 
Jan., 1884. 



OHIO STATE BOARD'OF AGRICULTURE. 



Name. 



W. N. Cowden 

L. B. Harris 

W. I. Chamberlain. 
James W. Fleming . 

Leo Weliz 

Wm. S. Foster 

J. £. Levering 

O. D. Bailey 

J. H. Brigham 

N. A. Sims..... 

L. N. Bonham 

H. TalcoU 



Office. 



President , 

Treasurer « 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 



I^sidence. 



Quaker City. 
Upper Sandusky. 
Columbus. 



(t 



Wilmington. 

Urbana. 

Levering. 

Gallipolis. 

Delta. 

Columbus. 

Oxford 

Jefferson 



20 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



OHIO BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES. 



Name. 



Governor Charles Foster .... 

Roelifi Brinkerhoff 

Charles Boesel 

Joseph Perkins 

John W. Andrews 

Miles D. Carrington 

William Howard Neff. 

Secretary, Albert G. Byers . 



Residence. 



Fostoria 

Mansiield 

New Bremen. 
Cleveland .. .. 
Columbus.,... 

T£)ledo 

Cincinnati .... 
Columbus 



Date of appointment. I Term expires. 



President ex-officio... 

April 23, 1881.., 

April 23, 1881 •. 

April 23, 1882 

April 23, 18.S2 

April 23, 1883 1 April 22, 188t>. 

April 23, 1883 T April 22, 1886. 



April 22, 1884. 
April 22, 1884. 
April 22, 1885. 
April 22, 1885. 



OHIO STATE FISH COMMISSION. 



Name. 



Charles W. Bond 
Halsey C. Post... 
Len. A. Harris .. 



Residence. 



Toledo 

Sandusky. 
Cincinnati 



Term of office. Term expires. 



3 years March 31, 1884. 



3 years 
3 years 



March 31, 1881. 
March 31, 1884. 



ADJUTANT-GENERAl^-(i?r-o^<o Sup€rint4ni(faU of StaU Home.) 



Name. 



Office. 



Samuel B. Smith ... 
Henrj' A. Axline... 
John P. Slemmons 

David Lannin^ 

John W. Cbapin.... 

Charles F. King 

J. Stewart I-«owe 

i. B. Allender 



Adjutant-general 

A8*t Adjutant-general. 

Chir^f Clerk 

Transcribing Clerk 



it 



(» 



(« 



L W.Tucker 

Michael O'Boyle. . 
F. Schaub 

C. Higginbotham. 
Edward Hartley... 

George Ogden 

George Riley 

D. Davis 

Isaac Angle 

S. H. Helmer 

I. W. Logan 



Sup't State Arsenal 

and Ordinance 

Sup't of Laborers 

Sup'tof Flag-Room 

Regular Labor , 



<( 



Extra lAbor 

it 



n 



(i 



W. C. Glaize 
J. M. Goss ... 



(Carp'r).. 

Engineer and Superin- 
tendent of Improve- 
ment 

Fireman 



II 



Residence. ^ office ■ '^^^"^ expires. 



Dayton I 2 years.! '^*"- ^^y 

Zanesville • " 

Rich wood ; ** 

Coshocton *' 

Columbus *' 

Georgetown... ** 
Steuben ville..., 



1884. 



t. 



Cleveland 
Columbus 
Dayton .... 
Columbus 



(I 
(i 



Oaborn 



Columbus. 
Tiffin 



*i 



• i 

(4 
li 

*( 
<« 
It 
(( 
tt 
(< 
ti 
tt 



t( 

(. 
I< 



I . 



ROSTER OF STATE OFFICERS. 



21 



COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS AND TELEGRAPHS. 



^ame. 


Office. 
Commissioner 


Residence. • 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 

• 


H. Sabine ~ 


^ Rich wood 

Conover 


2 years. 


Feb'ry 25, 1886. 
it 


H. L. Wilgu8..< 


Clerk 







STATE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 

3 years. 


Term expires. 


Charles H. Moore 


Superintendent 


Columbus 

Cambridge 

Columbus 

Mt. Wash'ton 

Columbus 

Columbus 


June 3, 1884. 


Jacob A. McEwen..... 


Chief Clerk 


it 


Waiiam H. Lott 


Extra Clerk 


" 


George W. Copelen... 
John D. Ilerr 


Book-keeper 


ii It 


Correspond i ng Clerk .. . 
Mailine Clerk 


t( ii 


Geonre A. Bell 




it 









SUPERVISOR OF PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. 



Name. 



Joshua K. Brown 

M. C.Ulley 

George C. Schmelz.... 
John Corbett 



Office. 



Residence. 



Supt. Public Printing.. 
Supt. State Bindery.... 
Foreman State Bind'y. 
Driver 



Cambridge. 
Columbus . 






Term of 
office. 



years. 



n 

i( 



Term expires. 



April 14, 1885, 

<i 



INSPECTOR OF MINES. 



Naipe. 


Office. 
State Inspector 


Residence. 
Coalton 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Andrew Rov 


4 years. 


Feb'y 14, 1884. 
(1 


John P. Williams 

Isaac Stroud 


Assistant Inspector 

Messenjjer 


Church HiU... 
OolnmbiiR 




1 







22 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0BBTART OF STATE. 



BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 



Name. 



Henry Luskey. 
Isaac Stroad 



Office. 



Commissioner. 
Messenger 



Residence. 



Cincinnati 
Colambos 



Term of 
office. 



2 years. 



Term expires. 



April 12, 18S». 



STATE LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


Howard L. Consrd.... 


State Librarian ......... 


Columbus . ... 
Columbus 


2 years. 


April 15, 1861. 


Mary C. Ilarbaugh ... 


Assistant Librarian.... 



LAW LIBRARY. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 

• 


Frank N. Beebe 


Law Librarian 


Columbus ..... 
Columbus ..... 


3 years. 
1 year .. 


Sept 25, 1886. 
Aug. 15, 1884. 

• 


James M. Bell 


Ass't Law Librarian... 





ROSTER OF OHIO STATB INSTITUTIONS. 



24 



ANNUAL REPORT SEORErARY OF STATE. 



4 



OHIO 8TATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name.J 



Residence. 



T. J. Godfrey I Celina. 

T. Ewitig Miller i Columbus. 

J. H. Anderson I Columbus. 



James T. Jamison. 
8. H.Ellis 



Cadiz. 
Springboro. 



Thomas A. Cowgill I Kennard. 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 

Name.) 

T Ewing Miller, President >. 

Albert Allen, Secretary' 

Henry S. Babbitt, Treasurer i , 

^Resigned— Alexis Cope appointed to serve from January 1, 18R4. 



Residence. 



Columbus. 



t( 



kXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
L. B. Wing, Chairman ; T. J. Godfrey, T. E. Miller. 



FARM COMMITTEE. 



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



FINANCE COMMITTEE. 



T. A. Cowgill, Chairman; J. H. Anderson, James B. Jamison* 






ROSTER OF OHIO 1NBTITUTION8. 2i> 

FACULTY. ■ 



WILLIAM 11. SCOTT, 
President, and Professor of Philosophy and Political Economy. 

KDWARD ORTON, Ph.D., LL.D., 
Professor of Geology. 

SIDNEY A. NORTON, Ph.D., LL.D., 
Professor of General and Applied Chemistry. 

NORTON S. TOWNSHEND, M.D., 
Profchsor of Agriculture and Veterinary Science. 

ROBKRT W. McFARLAND, A.M., LL.D., 
Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering. , 

ALBERT H. TUTTLE, M.Sc, 
Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy. 

8TILLMAN W. ROBINSON, C.E., 
Professor of Mechanics. 

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

NATHANIEL W. LORD, E.M., 
Professor of Mining and Metallurgy. 

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

WILLIAM R. LAZENBY, Ao.B., 
Professor of Agriculture and Botany. 

JOSIAH R. SMITH, A.M., 
Professor of thi> Greek Language: 

CYNTHIA i:. WELD, A.M., 
Assistant Professor of Hislory and the English Language and Literature. 

GEORGE RUHLEN, 
First Lieut. I7th Infantry, U. S. A., Professor of Military Science and Tactics, and Assistant 

Professor of Mathematics. 

fRANK H. ELDRIDGE, 
Assistant Engineer IT. S. N., Professor of Steam Engineering. 

ALICE WILLIAMS, 
Instructor in the French and (Jdrman Languages. 



S. C. DERBY, A.M., 
Librarian. 

EMMA LEHNER, 
Assistant Librarian 



25 



AKHUAL BEPOBT 8ECRETART OF STTATK. 



OfflO UNIVERSITY. ATHENS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Kame. 



i 



t Appcnnied. 

t 

I 



Chas. W. Snper, iex-^fipo) ..« 

Charles Foster, iejc-oificio) 

Amoe Miller „ 

A. G. Brown ^ 

V. B. Horton ^ -... 

John Welch 

Robert Wright.., 

Horace Wilaon»^..... 

J. E. Hanna 

G«OTgeM. Woodridge 

E. H. Moore 

Wm. Waddle 

H. 8. Bondy k. 

William P. Johnaon < 

Thomas Ewing 

Georjse W. Boyce 

W. W. Johnson.. 

John Hancork , 

James W. Bannon. 

Perry Wiles 



Athens 

Fostoria «- 

Ashland, Nebraska . 

Athens « 

Pomeroy 

Athens -« 

Lo^n 

Columbos ........... « 

McConnelsviUe 

Athens 

Chillicolhe 

Wellston 

Philadelphia-.... 

Lancaster ~ , 

Cincinnati 

Ironton , 

Dayton 

Portsmouth ...—...... 

Zanesviile 



I 



\ 






1832 

1841 

1844 

1^48 

1852 

1853 

1854 

1857 

1861 

18&4 

1864 

1866 

1875 

1875 

1875 

1877 

1881 

1881 



OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. 



Name. 



Oharles W. Saper, Acting President 

E. H. Moore, Treasurer 

L. M. Jewett, Auditor and Secretary 



Residence. 



Athens. 



tc 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



Name. 


Residence. 


A f^ Hm^Ti 


#. _ 


Athens. 


E. H. Moore 


«i 


John Welch 


i< 


Geo. W. BoTce 


Cincinnati. 


J. W. Bannon 


Portsmouth. 


H. 8. Bundy - - 


Wellston. 




■" ------------------------------------ -- 





BO0TER OF OHIO INdTirUTIONS. 27 



FACULTY. 



CHARLES W. SUPER, A.M., Ph.D., 
AoMog President* Profossorof Greek and Inatructor In German. 



WILLIAM HOOVER, A.M., 
Professor of Mathematlos. 



CARL LEO MEE8, M.D., 
Professor of Physical Rolonce. 

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



GEO. P. COLER, A.B., 
Principal of Preparatory Department. 



J. R. ALLEN, 
Assistant in Preparatory Department. 



MAIlY E. WHITTLESEY, 
Instructor in Music. 



0. W. SUPER, A.M., 
Librarian. 



D. J. EVANS, A.M., 
Secretary. 



28 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND 

DUMB, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



A. H. Moss, President.... 
F. C. Sessions, Secretary. 

W. S. Jones 

C. M. Finch *. 

J.Scott 



Residence. 



Sandusky. 

Columbus. 

Waverly. 

Portsmouth. 

Lebanon. 



OFFICERS. 
Amasa Pratt Superintendent 



Benjamin Talbot, 



THE SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS. 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

Robert Patterson. 



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



George W. Halse, 
A. H. Schorg, 
M. G. Raffington, 
M. Annie Byers, 
M. C. Bierce, 
Fannie G. Camp, 
Park Terre), 
Jennie A. Sbrom, 



GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 

R. P. McGregor, 

C. N. Haskins, 
Augustus B. Greener. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

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



ARTICULATION DEPARTMENT. 

Louisa K. Thompson, Anna Chidester. 

THE FAMILY. 
G. W. Wakefield Steward. 

D. N. Kinsman Physician. 

Helen A. Rose , patron. 

Mary High ..Assistant Matron. 

Sarah R. Buckland Assistant Matron. 

Jennie Warner Housekeeper. 

THE SHOPS. 
Parley P. Pratt Master of Shoe Shop. 

Joshua K. Brown Supervisor of Public Printing. 

Mitchell C. Lilley Master of Book Bindery. 

Edward J. Scott ..Master of Printing Office. 

John W. Keen Master of CarpenttT Shop. 



I 



ROSTER OF STATE IN8TI1 UTIONS. 



2y 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, 

COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Harmon Austin, President Warren. 

E. T. Drayten, Secretary ' Ashland. 

a D. Houpt , j Findlay. 

Samuel Thompson i Columbus. 

James Poindexter i Columbus. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Residence. 



O. L. Smead, Superintendent 

Henry Snyder, teacher 

Frank Lumb, teacher 

MisB Laura Strother, teaeher» i. 

Mias Lottie AuUin, 
Mi88 Stella Wright, 
MIm Hattie Dunbar, 
H. J/.Nothnagle, 
James McCombs, 
A. L Bobrer, 
John Bitzer, 
Misa Joanna Donovan, 
Miss Mary A. Tipton, 
Miss Lena Ernst, 

MiflB Katie Henderlick, music reader 

Henry Haunstein, teacher 

Miss Kuth C. Bartlett, teacher A 

Miss Mary Wainwright, teacher 

Miss Jennie Fulters, teacher i 

John McCarthy, Steward 

Mrs. C. Armstrong, House-keeper 

Mrs. O. M. Brown, Matron 

Mrs. Harriet Chalfant, Assistant Matron 

MiflB Mattie L. McKibben, Assistant Matron, 
Miss Nettie Flowers, Music Reader 



Columbus. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OHIO INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE-MINDED 

YOUTH, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



M. A. Ddugherty 
J. M. Holmes .... 
J. K. Rukenbrod 
B. B. Woodbury. 
S. A. Oonrnd 



Residence. 



Col umbos. 

CODDOttOD. 

Salem., 

Cbardon. 

Massillon. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



GuBtavus A. Doren, M. D.» Superintendent 

W. L. llugbes, Financial Offict* 

8. C.Thompson, Clerk. 

Mi - -' 

M 



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88 H. F. I'urple, Matron 

88 L. Lockwot^d, Hospital Matron. 

88 Sarah Hunted, Housekeeper 

rs. N. L. Doren, teacher. 
88 M. Murray, 
' J. Zurmj»lily, 

A. L. McGrew, 

R. Crist, 

E. E. Fahnestock, teacher. 

I. H. Bre<!kenridge, 

A. i^. Brown, 



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M. Wright, 
E. Avres, 
J. Clark, 
L. Ricks, 
C. Mitchell, 
M. Tolles, 
G. Dunbar, 
M. Clark, 
E. Linsley, 
M. S. Myers, 
M. Braddhaw, 
K. L. Myers, 
8. M McConnell, 
C. A. Munson, 
A. C. Stiefel, 



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Residence. 



Colnmbus. 



ROSTER OF OHIO INSTITUTIONe. 



CENTRAL ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, COLUMBUS. 



31: 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES, 



Name. 



OFFICE liS. 



Residenoe. 



Wm. W. WaHdlp,M.D 
General G. W. Morgan 

J. K. becor 

J. U. Ayrea, M.D 

Theo<lore Comstock 



Chillicothe. 
Mt. Vernon. 
Toledo. 
Urbana. 
Columbus. 



Name. 



Thomas R. Potter, M.I).» SuperintenHont 

Georjre P. Stockton, M.D., Asaistaut Physician 

E. J. Wilson, M. 1>., 

M. A. Bartlev, Ml)., 

Harry Crumley, M.D., - ** 

E. J. Blount, 8ifwar<l 

Ralph BulkJpy, Storekeeper 

Mrs. Nellie Potter, Matron 



Residence. 



HpringfifM. 
Columbus. 
Mt. Vernon. 
Columbus. 



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^Springfield. 



LONGVIEW ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, CARTHAGE, NEAR 

CIN(;iNNATL 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



Name. 



OFFICERS. 



C. 8. Mnacroft, President 

James F. Chalfant, D.D., Secretary 

Peter A. White .\ 

John Zumstein 



Residence. 



Hamilton Co. 






Name. 


Residence. 


C. A. Miller, M.D.. Sonerintendent 


Longview Asrliun. 


J. M. Ratliff. M.n., Assistant Phvaician 


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

A. V. Stewart, Steward 


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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

CLEVELAND ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

—— — ^— — 1 

Name. 

S. S. Warner 

J. W. Fiteh 

John Tod 

W. M. Beebe 

J. C. Johnson 



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ResideDce. 



Wellington. 
Cleveland. 

Hudson. 
SevUle. 



OFFICERS. 
Name. 

Jamin Strong, M.D 

C. W. Kinjr, M.D 

M. Boris, M.D 

R. D. Fry, M.D 

C. W. Diehl 

Nettie L. Strong 



Office. 



Superintendent. 

First Assistant Physician. 

Second 

Third 

Steward. 

Matron. 



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DAYTON ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



J. D. Kemp, M.D. President 

Joseph Clejjg 

S. A. Baxter, M.D.... 
C. M. Godfrey, M.D. 
J. M. Millikin 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 


* 


Name. 


Residence. 


• 

sident 


Davton. 




•«4 




Lima. 




Ottawa. 




Hamilton 







OFFICERS. 
Name. Office. 

H. A. Tobey, M.D I Superintendent. 

C. H. Conklin, M.D ^ I Assistant Physician. 

John L. Hughes | Steward. 

D. M. McCreary j Store-keeper. 

Msr. Minnie C.Tobey '. Matron. 

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BOSTER OP OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 



33 



ATHENS ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Residence. 



H. M. Horton, President... 

John E. Hanna 

8. W. Pickering 

George W. Boerstler, M.D.. 
Theo. F. Davis 



Pomeroy. 

McConne]Bvil]e. 

Athens. 

Lancaster. 

Marietta. 



OFFICERS. 



• 

Name. 


Office. 


A. B. Richardson. M.D 


Superintendent. 

Assistant Physician. 

It 


E. P. Cooke. M.D 


Airnes M. Johnson. M.D ; 


B. W. Pickering. M.D 


it 


Robert E. Hamblin...?. 


Steward. 


8. C. Adams 


Store-keeper. 
Matron. 


Mrs. J. D. Richardson 







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



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



B. C. Blackburn.. 
John Little 

C. H. Groevener 
John H. Rodgers 
James A. Bope... 

3 



Residence. 



Term expiree. 



Roscoe 

Xenia 

Athens 

Springfield 
Findlay .... 



April 14, 1884. 
April 14, 1885. 
April 14, 1886. 
April 14, 1887. 
April 14, 1888. 



34 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



OFFICERS. 



Name. 



Office. 



William Lewis Shaw , 

Mrs. Rachel Jane Shaw. 

Alfred B. Brundage.. 

James G. Mallory 



Superintendent. 
Matron. 
Phyedcian. 
Financial Officer. 



EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 

Mrs. Mary Ingles B. Hoover, Principal. 

Miss Francis Boyd Meeks, Miss Catharine DeTracy, 

Miss Elizabeth Eliza Hutchins, Miss Harriet Tompkins Fonts, 

Miss Martha Ella Bell, Miss Caroline Reynolds Dorhman, 

Miss Sarah Belle Diz, Miss Sarah Brady Pearce, 

Miss Catharine SusanRaymer, Mrs. Julia Frances Dayton, 

Miss Sarah Abigail Curtiss, Mrs. Julia Alyada Hill. 

Miss Lucy Ann Boyd, High School Teacher. 
Miss Emeretta Comstock, Music Teacher. 



COTTAGE MATRONS. 

Mrs. Anna M. Dunbar, Mrs. Rachel A. DeBrnin, 

Mrs. Susan M. Burroughs, Mrs. Arrie Tarbutton, 

Mrs. Mary E. Bence, Mrs*. Addie E. Pumphrey, 

Mrs. Amanda M. Harper, Mrs. Kate Wiley, 

Mrs. Mary C. Maynard, Mrs. Elizabeth French, 

Mrs. Susan J. Conner, Mrs. Barbara A. Welch, 

Mrs. Mary B. Miller, Mrs. Kezia T. Pritchard, 

Mrs. Clara B. Chapman, Mrs. Martha L. Jackson, 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Edwards, Mrs. Mary E. Tomlinson, 

Mrs. Alice McKiUip, Mrs. Vincie T. Tuttle. 

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



BOSTEB OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. 



35 



GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL HOME, DELAWARE. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

t ; 

Name. 

F. H. Thornhill, Presiclent 

J. W. Watkins, Secretary 

James Curry 

Earl W. Merry 

B. Tristram 



Residence. 



Richwood. 
Delaware. 
Wooster. 
Bowling Green. 
Marion. 



VISITING COMMITTEE. 




Name. 


Residence. 


Mrs. Delia Lt Williams......................... ..... 


Delaware. 


MvB. Ann Mt McMeans.......*.. t...»...t 


Sandusky. 
Dayton. 


Mrs. Winters............ , 





SUPERINTENDENT. ' 

Rev. D. R. Miller. 

MATRON. 
Mrs. L. C. Miller. 

CLERK. 
Amelia D. Hackinson. 

SUPERINTENDENT CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. 

Miss Delia Stewart. 

STOREKEEPER. 
Miss Callie Betz. 



ASSISTANT MATRONS. 



MisB £. H. McCormick, 
Mrs. E. Wilcox, 
MiBB Nettie Reed, 
Mrs. W. Warren, 



Miss May Swigert, 
Mrs. E. F. Bland, 
Miss Sarah Humphreys, 
Mrs. Alice Wright. 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MiHs Jennie Francis, 
Miss Jennie McKissick, 
Miss Amy Craig, 



TEACHERS. 



Miss Lvdia McKisskk. 
HOUSEKEEPERS. 



Miss Lizzie Allison, 
Miss Emma Neville, 
Miss Lizzie Armstrong, 



Miss L J. Demster, 
Miss Lucy Thomas, 
Miss Emma Seymour, 
Mis. Lizzie Smith, 

SUPERINTENDENT LAUNDRY. 

Miss E. Mnlvihill. 

EMPLOYEES. 



Miss Ada Jameson, 
Miss Ella Jones, 
Miss Louisa Gault, 
Mrs. Ruth Wentz. 



Employees. 


Occupations. 


Thos. L. Hall 


En^nneer. 
Mail-man. 


C. D. Nicholson • 


F. C. Smith 


Carpenter. 
Watchman. 


PhiliD Lentz « 


Geo. Stokes 


Butcher. 


Chas. Ruder « 


Teamster. 


L. V. Hatch 


Groom. 




Gardener. 




Assistant Engineer. 





OHIO REFORM SCHOOL, LANCASTER. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Name. 



Geo. W. Gardner, President.. 

John Hunter 

John B. Jones 

H. J. Reinmund 

Mills Gardner 



Residence. 



Cleveland. 
Alliance. 
Newark. 
Lancaster. 
Washington C. H. 



OFFICERS. 



1 

Name. 


Residence. 


J. C. Hite,' Superintendent 

Mrs. J. C. Hiie. Matron 


lAn caster. 


J. H. Goas, M. D., Physician 

C M. L. Wiseman. S^retarv and Steward 


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John Latta, Assistant Saperintendent 

Mrs. 8. A. Driesback, Assistant MatroDr^.tT. .*.... .............. *«..*.... 


Wooster. 







B08TEB OP OHIO INSTITUTIONS. 



37 



TOLEDO HOUSE OF REFUGE AND CORRECTION J 



BOAKD OF TRUSTEES 
Name. 

Geo. L. Johnson 

Martin Friedberg... 

Walter Picking 

Henry Kahlo 



ReKidence. 



Toledo. 






OFFICERS 
Name. 

Geo. L. Johnson, President 

Henry Kahlo, Treasurer , 

William Beatty, Secretary , 

Almon A. McDonald, Superintendent 

I Not ander State control. 



'? wi^pnce. 



Toledo. 

it 






OHIO PENITENTIARY, COLUMBUS. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
Name. 

E. F. Blair, President 

E. T. Stickney, Secretary.. 

T. E. Duncan 

Mendal Chun*hill 

Henry Loewer ^ 



Residence. 



Georjfetown. 
R»*pnMic. 
Mt. Gilead. 

oluinbus. 



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ANNUAL BEPOBT SEORBTABY OF STATE. 



OFFICERS OF THE PRISON. 



Name. 



County. 



Noah Thomaei, Warden 

James A. Dean, Deputy Warden 

S. A. Parsons, Assistant Warden 

Henry Becker, Steward 

I. H. DeBruiu, Chaplain 

Norman Gay, Physician 

Fred. Buehne, Clerk 

Frank W. Arnold, Assistant Clerk^ 

Geo. H. Playford, Captain of Night-watch 

Fred. Gunsaulus, Superintendent of Hospital , 

A. H. Goodwin, Superintendent of State-shop 

Wesley Cramer, Superintendent of Kitchen 

R. P. 6reen, Superintendent of Gas-works 

SamuelJohnson, Superintendent of Yard 

Geo. H. Rowland, Superintendent of Construction. 

John E. Thrall, OflScer of Guard-room, (dajr) 

O. 6. Mc Adams, Officer of Guard-room, (night).... 



Madison. 

Franklin. 

Morrow. 

Franklin. 

Adams. 

Franklin. 

Cuyahoga. 

Franklin. 

Muskingum. 

Morrow. 

Union. 

Wood. 

Franklin. 

Jefferson. 

Franklin. 

Licking. 

Clermont. 



iReBlgaed— T. D. Fox, London, appointed to flH vaoancy. 



JUDICIARY. 



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ANNUAL BEPORT 8E0RBTABT OF STATE. 



OFFICEES OF COURTS. 



SUPREME COURT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Term expires. 


William W. Johnson... 


Chief Justice. 
Judflre 


Ironton 


5 years... 

(( 


Feb. 9. 1885. 


George W. Mclivaine.. 
John W. Okey 


New Philadelphia... 
Columbus 


" 1886. 


it 


** 1888. 


John H. Doyle ^.. 


n 


Toledo 




William H. Upson« 


l( 


Akron.. 


it 











>AppoiQted March 10, 1883, to fill vacancy caused by reslKnation of Nicholas Lon^wortli* 
Martin D. Foilett elected October 9, 1883, for term ending February 9, 1887. 

* Appointed March 14. 1883, to flU vacancy caused by death of Wm. White. Selwyn N. Owen 
elected October 9, 1883, for term ending February 9, 1889. 



SUPREME COURT COMMISSION. 



Name. 

• 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of 
office. 


Commission 
expires. 


Moses M. Granger 

Geonre K. Nash 


Chief Justice. 
Judfire 


Zanesville 


2 years... 

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Ap'l 17, 1885, 


Columbus 


Franklin J. Dickman... 


*( 


Cleveland 


it 


Charley D. Martin 


(( 


Lancaster 


n 


John McCaulev 


(( 


Tiffin 


(( 











CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term expires. 


D wight Crowell 

*Oranffe Frazer 


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

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

Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 
Commission 


Geneva 

Wilmington.. 
Cleveland 


Feb. 4, 1884 


Frank Hifflev 


Feb. 4, 1884 




Feb. 4, 1884 



OFFICIAL ROSTER OF THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, 
FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 1, 1883. 



.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 


5 years. 
5 years. 


Ist Monday in 

May, 1887. 
Ist Monday in 

May, 1888. 
1st Monday in 

May, 1884. 
Ist Monday in 

May, 1886. 


Daniel J. Dalton.... 


202 Sycamore st, Cincinnati. 


3 years. 



UNITED STATES CIKCUIT AND DISTRICT C0UKT8. 



41 



UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR NORTHERN 

DISTRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of Office. 


Stanley Matthews 

John Baxter 

Martin Welker 


Ass't Justice Supreme 
Court U. S 

U. S. Circuit Judge for 
(5th Circuit of Ohio, 
Michigan, Kentucky 
and Ti^nnessee 

U. 8. 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... 
Clevfland, Ohio... 
Cleveland, Ohio... 
Cleveland, Ohio... 


I«ife. 
Life. 


• 


Life. 


Augustus J. Ricks 


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


Pleasure of Judge. 


I':arlBill 


Clerk District Court, 
N. D. 0., Cleveland 
m and Toledo 




Pleasure of Judge. 


O. C. Beatty 


T)eputy Clerk Circuit 
Court 






Pleasure of Clerk. 


ChailesBill 


D%»puty Clerk District 
Court 






Pleasure of Clerk. 


H. W.Brown 


Deputy Clerk Circuit 
Court 

U. 8. Dist. Attorney, 
N. D. 




E. H. E^leston 


Pleasure of Clerk. 

• 

Four years. 
Four years. 
Pleasure of Marshal. 


Wilbur F. Goodspeed 
JohnOdell 


U. S. Mar.^hal, N. D. 0. 
Dep. Marshal, N. D. 0. 
Dep. Marshal, N. D. 0. 
Jury Comtuissioner 


George Weyman 

JabezW. Fitch 


Pleasure of Marshal. 
Pleasure of Marshal. 



The Circuit Court for the Eastern Division of Northern District is held at Cleve- 
land, on the first Tuesdays of February, April, and October. 

The Circuit Court for the Western I)ivision of the Northern District is held at 
Toledo, on the first Tuesdays of June and December. 

The Northern District of Ohio is, by law, divided into two Divisions — ^the Eastern 
mod Western — but having but one set of court officer% 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. 
TVrwM of Court held on the first T\iesday8 of February, Aprils and October , at Cleveland^ 0. 



Ashland, 


Carroll, 


Mahoning, 


Tuscarawas, 


Ashtabula, 


Holmes, 


Portage, 


Trumbull, 


Cuyahoga, 


Lake, 


Richland, 


Wayne. 


Crawford, 


Lorain, 


Summit, 




Columbiana, 


Medina, 


Stark, 





42 



AKNUAI. BEPOBT SECBETABT OF STATE. 



COUNriES COMPRISING THE WESTERN DIVISION- 

Temu of Court hM an the first Tuadays of June and December^ at United States Court 

Rooms, in Produce Exchange Building, Toledo, 0. 



Auglaize, 


Hancock, 


Marion, 


Van Wert, 


Allen, 


Hardin, 


Ottawa, 


Williams, 


Defiance, 


Huron, 


Paulding, 


Wood, 


Erie 


Lucas, 


Putnam, 


Wyandot 


Fulton, 


Logan, 


Seneca, 




Henry, 


Mercer, 


SanduBky, 





UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT COURTS FOR -SOUTHERN DIS- 
TRICT OF OHIO. 



Name. 


Office. 


Residence. 


Term of office. 


Term ex- 
pires. 


St'nl'y Matthews 
John Baxter 


Associate Justice, Su- 
preme Court, U. S. 

U. 8. Circuit Judge, 
Sixth Circuit, Ohio, 
Michigan, Ken- 
tucky, and Tenn- 

AflAAA 


Washington, D.C. 

Knoxville, Tenn... 

Lebanon, Warren 

county, Ohio 

Glendale, 


For life.. 

For life.. 

For life 

Four years... 

Four years... 

P'ureofma*sl 

It 

tt 
it 
tt 

P'ure of j*ge. 

P*ure of crk. 
«( 

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George R. Sage ^ 

Channing Rich- 
ards 


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

U. S. Dist Attorney.. 

As8»t 

Afls't " 

U. S. Marshal.. 


Jan. 19,1885 
Feb. 21,1887 


Henry Hooper... 
D. K. Watson ... 

Lot Wright. 

T. M. Turner..... 
Chas. E. Twifort 


Cincinnati, 

Columbus, 

Cincinnati, 

it 

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*< 

Columbus, 

Glendale. 


Chief Deputy, W. D. 
Deputy W. D 


John W. Turner 


** W. D 




John A. Ullery.. 
C. M. Morris.*.... 


" E. D 




" E. D 




Wm. C. Howard 


Clerk United States 
Circuit and District 
Courts 




Robert C. Georgi 
Chas. R. Nevin.. 
N. H. Caldwell .. 
Theodore Cook » 


Deputy Olerk. W. D.. 

H it 

E. D. 
Jury Commissioner... 


Cincinnati, 

Columbus, 

Cincinuati, 





1 Vice Philip B. Hwlng, died October dO, 1882, at his home in Batavia, Ohio. 



ROSTER OF OHIO GOURT8. * 43 

The Soathern District of Ohio is, by law, divided into two Diyisions^Eastem and 
Western, as follows : 

COUNTIES COMPRISING EASTERN DIVISION. 

Terms of Court held on the fint T^besdays of June and December j cU Columbus^ Ohio, 

Licking, 

Perry, 

Muskingum, 

Morgan, 

Washington, 

Noble, 

Monroe, 

Belmont, 

Guernsey. 



Union, 


Pickaway, 


Delaware, 


Ross, 


Morrow, 


Pike, 


Knox, 


Gallia, 


Coshocton, 


Jackson, 


Harrison, 


Meigs, 


Jefferson, 


Vinton, 


Madison, 


Athens, 


Fayette, 


Hocking, 


Franklin, 


Fairfield, 



COUNTIES COMPRISING WESTERN DIVISION. 

Ternu of Court held on the first Tuesdays of February, April and October^ at Cincin- 

nati Ohio, 

Highland, 

Brown, 

Adams, 

Scioto, 

Lawrence. 



Mercer, 


Clarke, 


• 

Darke, 


Greene, 


Shelby, 


Clinton, 


Champaign, 


Warren, 


Preble, 


Butler, 


Miami, 


Hamilton, 


Montgomery, 


Clermont, 



44 



▲VKUAL REPOBT 8ECBETART OF STATE. 



JUDGES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-1883. 



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2 



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Counties. 



Hamilton 



Butler 

Preble 

Montgom'y.. 

Darke 

Charapaig^n... 

Miami 

Warren 

Clinton ........ 

Greene 

Clarke 

Shelby 

Auglaize 

Mercer 

Allen.„ 

Van Wert^... 

Paulding 

Defiance 

Williams 

Fulton 

Henry 

Putnam 

Luca8» 

Ottawa 

Sandusky 

Erie 

Huron 

Lorain 

Medina » 

Summit 



Cuyahoga.... 



Clermont.. 

Brown 

Adams 

Ross' 

Highland 
Fayette.... 

Franklin ., 
Pickaway 
Madison .. 



Names and post-offices. 



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Samuel R. Mathews, Cincinnati 

Charles D. Robertson, 

Robert A. Johnson, 

Samuel N. Maxwell, 

John 8. Conner, 

M. L. Burhwalter, 

William L. Avery, 

Alex. F. Hume, Hamilton 

Henderson Elliott. Dayton 

John W. Sater, Greenville 

James A. Gil more, Eaton 

Calvin D. Wright, Troy 

Wm. R. Wamoek, Urbana 

James M. Smith, Lebanon 

Azariah W. Doan, Wilmington 

James 8. Goode, Sprin^eld 

James E. Hawes, * Xema 



James H. Dav, Celina 



1 
} 



Selwyn N. Owen,' Bryan 

Charles A. Bowersox,'^ Bryan... 

John J. Moore, ' Ottawa 



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George R. Haynes, Toledo 

David H. Commager, Toledo.... 

Reuben C. Lemmon, Toledo 

John Mackey, Sanduskv 

Charles P. Wickham, Norwalk. 

Edwin P. Green, Akron 

George W. Lewis, ' Medina 



Darius Cad well, * Cleveland 

E. J, Blandin, Cleveland 

Henry McKinney, Cleveland... 

E. T. Hamilton, Cleveland 

Gershom M. Barber, Cleveland 
James M. Jones, Cleveland 



D. W. C. Louden, Georgetown. 
Allen T. Cowen, Batavia ^.,. 

Thad. A. Minshall, » Chillicothe 
Henry M. Huggins, Hillsboro... 
Ace Gre^, Washington C. H... 

Ed. F. Bingham, Columbus 

HawleyV. Wylie, Columbus.... 

Eii P. Evans, Columbus.. 

George Lincoln, London 



Term. 



Commenced. 



Dec 2, 
Dec. 2, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Nov. 6, 
May 12, 
May 12. 
Feb. 9, 
Nov. 3. 
Feb. 9, 
May 3. 
May 3, 
Feb. 9, 



1883 
1883 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1881 
1883 
1879 
1882 
1879 
1882 
1880 
1880 
187J9 



Feb. .9, 1880 
Feb. 9, 1884 



Feb. 9. 1882 
Dec. 8, 1883 

May 10, 1879 
Nov. 4, 1883 



Feb. 9, 1880 
Feb. 9, 1882 
May 9, 1881 

Oct. 19, lh83 
Sep. 24, 188:5 

Feb. 9, 1879 



Nov. 1, 1880 

Nov. 1, 1880 

Nov. 1, 1880 

Feb. 9, 1882 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Oct. 15, 18S2 



Feb. 9, 
Feb. 9, 
Nov. 1, 
May 11, 
Feb. 9, 
May 6, 
Feb. • 9, 



1879 
1882 
1880 
1883 
1882 
1883 
1880 



Expires. 



Dec. 2, 1888 
Dec. 2, 1888 
Feb. 9, 1887 
Ff b. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9. 1887 
Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9, 1887 
Nov. 6, 1886 
M*y 11,1888 
M'y 12,1884 
Feb. 9, 1887 
Nov. 3, 1884 
Feb. 9, 1887 
May 3, 1885 
May 3, 1885 
Feb. 9, 1884 

Feb. 9, 1885 
Feb. 9, 1889 



Feb. 9, 1887 



M*y 10,1884 

Nov. 4, 1888 
Oct. 24, 1884 
Feb. 8,y885 
Feb. 8, 1887 
May 9, 1886 

May 1, 1886 
Feb. 9, 1887 

Feb. 8, 1884 
Nov. 1,1885 
Nov. 1, 1885 
Nov. 1, 1885 
Nov. 1. 1885 
Feb. 9, 1887 

Feb. 8, 1887 
Oct. 14,1888 

Feb. 8, 1884 
Feb. 8, 1887 
Nov. 1, 1885 
M'yl0,1888 
Feb. 9, 1887 
May 6, 1888 
Feb. 9. 1885 



» James E. Hawes re-elected October 9, 1883. « Helwyn N. Owen elected Judge of Supreme 
Court October », 1883. Renlgn^d as Common Pleas Judge Decembers, 1883. » John J. Moore re- 
elected October 9, 1883. ♦ John W. Helsley elected October 9, 1883. » Thad. A. Miniball re- 
elected October 9, 1883. • Charles M. Hughes re-elected October 9, 1883. » Vice John C. Hale, 
resigned, to. take effect September 7, 1S88. » Charles A. Bowersox appointed December 8, 1888. 



ROSTEI^ OP OHIO COURTS. 



45 



JUDGES OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, 1883— Continued. 



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6 1 
6 2 
6 3 



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{ 
( 
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7 2 



3. 



8 1- 



8 2 



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9 1 



9 2 



9 3 



10 1' 



10 2 



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10 3{ 



Counties. 



Licking 

Knox 

Delaware .... 

Morrow 

Richland .... 

Ashland 

Wayne 

Hoi'mes 

CoHhocton .. 

Fairfifld 

Perry 

Mucking 

Jackson 

Vinton 

Pike 

8cioto 

Lawrence.... 

Gallia, 

MeiKS 

Athens 

Washington 
Muskingum.. 

Morgan 

Noble 

Guernsey... 
Belmont .... 

Monroe 

Jt^fferson ... 
Harrison.... 
Tuscarawas .. 

Stork 

Carroll 

Columbiana.. 
Trumbull..... 

Portage 

Mahoning ... 

Geauga » 

Lake 

Ashtabula ... 

Wood 

Hancock 

Seneca 

Hardin 

Crawford 

Marion 

Wyandot 

Union 

Logan 



Names and post-offices. 



} Samuel M. Hunter, Newark «... 
Charles H. McElroy, Delaware 

} Manuel May, Mansfield 
Jabez Dickey,* Mt. Gilead 

} Charles C. Parsons, Sr.,Woopter 
Wellington Stillwell, Millersb'g 

} Silas H. Wright, Lancaster...., 
John S. Freisner, Logan 



A. C. Thompson, Portsmouth... 
James Tripp,* Jackson C. H..... 



Hiram L. Sibley, Marietta... 
Jos. P. Bradbury, Pomeroy 



. Wm. H. Frazier, Caldwell. 
' Wm. H. Ball,* ^nesville.. 



I St. Clair Kelly, St. Clairsville... 

) J. C. Hence, New Philadelphia 
I John 8. Pearce, Cadiz 

I Anson Pease, Canton 



I Peter A. Laubie, Salem, 

) G. F. Arrell, Youngstown. 
J Wm. T. Spear,* Warren.. . 



} 



L. S. Sherman, Ashtabula.., 
H. B. Woodbury, Jellerson. 



Geo. F. Pendleton, Findlay 

Henry H. Dodge, Perrysburg... 



V Thomas Beer, Bucyrus. 



I John A. Price, Bellefontaine 



Term. 



Commenced. 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1882 

Oct. —1882 
Oct —1882 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 4, 1883 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Dec. 1,1879 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1879 



July 6, 1883 
Feb. 9, 1882 



Feb. 9, 1882 
Aug. 10, 1879 

Feb. 9, 1882 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Apr. 17, 1882 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Nov. 1, 18i^ 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Oct. 31, 1883 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 1, 1880 



May 4, 1883 

Feb. 9, 1882 
Feb. 9, 1882 



Expires. 



Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9, 1887 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9, 1884 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 4, 1888 

Feb 9, 1887 
Dec. 1, 1884 



Feb. 9. 1887 
Feb. 9, 1884 



July 6, 1888 
Feb. 9, 1887 



Feb. 9, 1887 
Aug. 10,1884 

Feb. 9, 1887 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Apr.17,1887 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Nov. 1, 1885 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Oct.30, 1888 

Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 1, 1886 

Feb. 9, 1885 
May 4, 1888 



Feb. 9, 1887 
Feb. 9, 1887 



1 Jabez Dickey, reelected October 9, 1883. 
s James Tripp, re-elected October 9, 1883. 
« George L. Phillips, elected October 9, 1883. 
« Wm. T. Spear, re elected October,9, 1883. 



1 



46 AlfNUAL RSPOBT 8BCRETABT OF STATE. 



TIMES OF HOLDING COURTS IN OHIO FOR 1884. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

District Court. 
Hamilton, Ist Monday January, 1st Monday April, Ist A(onday October. 

Common Pleat, 
Hamilton, Ist Monday January, 2d Monday May, Ist Monday November. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Butler, April 7; Clinton, April 21; Warren, May 5; phampaign. May 12; Mont- 
gomery, April 7; Clarke, May 19; Greene, April 7; Darke, May 6; Preble, April 21; 
*Miami, May 5. 

Common Pleas, 

Butler, January 14, May 26, October 20. 
Montgomery, January 7, May 19, October 20. 
Darke, January 14, May 19, October 20. 
Clinton, January 14, May 19, October 20. 
Warren, January 14, May 26, October 20. 
Clarke, January 14, May 26, October 20. 
Greene, January 14, May 19, October 20. 
Champaign, January 14, May 26, October 20. 
Miami, January 14, May 19, November 10. 
Preble, January 7, June 9, November 10. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Allen, September 18 ; Auglaize, September 12 ; Defiance, March 24 ; Fulton, March 
31 ; Henry, March 27 ; Mercer, September 23 ; Paulding, March 21 ; Putnam, Sep- 
tember 9 ; Shelby, September 15 ; Van Wert, March 18 ; Williams, April 3. 



TIMEB OF H0]:J>IK0 COURTS IK OHIO. 47 

Common Fleets. 

Allen, February 4, May 12, November 17. 
Aaglaize, January 3, April 15, September 30. 
Defiance, January 28, May 6, October 20. 
Fulton, January 8, April 15, September 30. 
Henry, January 29, May 6, October 21. 
Mercer, February 25, June 2, November 24. 
Paulding, January 8, April 15, September 30. 
Putnam, February 18, June 2, November 24. 
Shelby, January 7, April 14, September 29. 
Van Wert, January 29, May 6, October 21. 
Williams, February 25, June 2, November 24. 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 

District Court. 

Erie, April 14; Huron, April 21 ; Lucas, March 10; Sandusky, April 23; Ottawa, 
April 24; Lorain, April 3 ; Medina, March 31 ; Summit, March 10; Cuyahoga, March 
10, September 15. 

Common Pleas. 

Erie, January 28, May 26, October 20. 
Huron, February 4, June 2, November 10. 
Lucas, January 7, May 5, September 29. 
Sandusky, January 2, April 28, September 29. 
Ottawa, January 7, May 5, September 29. 
Lorain, January 28, May 19, October 20. 
Medina, January 7, May 5, September 22. 
Summit, January 7, May 5, September 22. 
Cuyahoga, January 7, May 5, S ^ptember 15. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

District Court. 

Madison, November 18; Fayette, April 4; Clermont, September 29; Franklin, 
March 18, September 23; Adams, September 23; Highland, March 18; Pickaway, 
March 24 ; Brown, March 25 ; Ross, September 23. 

Common Pleas, 

Adams, January 2, April 22, October 21. 
Clermont, January 22, April 15, November 18. 
Brown, January 22, May 13, October 21. 
Highland, January 14, May 5, October 20. 



48 ANNUAL REPORT BECRETART OP STATE. 

Ross, January 14, May 5, October 20. 
Fayette, January 14, May 5, October 20. 
Franklin, January 7, April 7, October 16. 
Madison, February 10, May 26, November 24. 
Pickaway, January 8, April 21, October 15. 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Delaware, May 26; Knox, June 23; Licking, June 9; Ashland, June 2; Morrow, 
June 30; Richland, June 9; Coshocton, June 2; Holmes, June 30; Wayne, June 23. 

Common Plea$, 

Delaware, January 7, March 24, September 29. 
Knox, February 12, May 6, November 11. 
Licking, January 14, April 7, September 22. 
Ashland, March 4, September 16, November 18. 
Morrow, January 21, April 21, October 20. 
Richland, March 17, August 18, December 1. 
Coshocton, February 11, April 7, October 20. 
Holmes, January 7, March 3, September 1. 
Wayne, February 4, August 25, December 1. 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Distrift Covrt. 



Washington, March 24; Gallia, April 10; Scioto, April 21; Perry, September 1; 
Hocking, September 11; Athens, March 31; Meigs, April 7; Lawrence, April 17; 
Pike, September 22 ; Fairfield, September 5 ; Jackson, September 17, Vinton, Sep* 
tember 15. 

Common Pleas, 

Athens, January 7, April 28, October 20. 
Fairfield, January 21, April 21, October 20. 
Gallia, January 21, May 5, October 20. 
Hocking, February 18, May 19, November 17. 
Jackson, February 18, June 2, November 24. 
Lawrence, February 25, June 2, November 17. 
Meigs, February 4, May 26, November 10. 
Perry, March 10, June 9, December 8. 
Pike, January 28, May 19, November 3. 
Scioto, January 14, April 28, October 20. 
Vinton, January 7, April 28, October 20. 
Washington, January 28, May 19, November 10. 



TIMES OF HOLDING COUKT8 IN OHIO.' 49 



BIOHTH DISTRICT. 

Dtstrid Court, 



Belmont, April 22 ; Jefferson, April 16 ; Harrison, April 9 ; Tuscarawas, Septem^ 
ber 16 ; Gaernsey. September 9 ; Monroe, September 2 ; Noble, September 4 ; Mor- 
gan, September 23 ; Muskingum, September 25. 



Common Pleas, 

Muskingum, January 28, May 19, November 10. 
Morgan, January 8, April 29, October 16. 
Noble, January 16, May G, October 16. 
Guernsey, February 12, May 27, November 11. 
Belmont, February 6, May 27, November 11. 
Monroe, January 15, May 6, October 16. 
Jefferson, February 5, May 27, November 5. 
Tuscarawas, January 15, May 6, October 15. 
Harrison, January 15, May 6, October 15. 



NINTH DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Trumbull, March 24 ; Portage, April 7 ; Lake, March 31 ; Geauga, March 24 ; Ash- 
tabula, April 14 ; Mahoning, March 10 ; Cclumbiana, March 17 ; Carroll, March 10 ; 
Stark, April 21. 

Common' Pleas, 



Carroll, January 7, May[5, September 22. 
Stark, January 1, May 12, October 20. 
Columbiana, January 28, May 19, October 20. 
Mahoning, January 7, May 5, September 8. 
Trumbull, February 4, June 2, October 20. 
Portage, January 7, May 5, September 8. 
Lake, February 11, June 9, November 24. 
Geauga, January 14, May 5, October 20. 
Ashtabula, January 14, May 5, October 20, 



TENTH DISTRICT. 

District Court, 

Oawford, March 28; Hardin, November 24; Hancock, December 1^ Logan, Marok 
21 ; Marion, November 27 ; Union, March 18 ; Seneca, April 1 ; Wood, December 3^ 
Wymndot, March 26. 
488 



so ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Common Pleai. 



Crawford, January 28, April 28, November 10. 
Hardin, January 7, April 14, September 15. 
Hancock, February 4, May 19, October 20. 
Logan, February 11, May 19, October 20. 
Marion, January 7, April 14, October 15. 
Seneca, February 4, May 19, October 20* 
Union, January 14 ; April 14, September 8. 
Wood, January 7, April 14, September 15. 
Wyandot, February 18, May 19, September 15. 



Office of the Secretary of State, 

Columbus, O., November 12, 1883. 

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

[seal.] Jas. W. Newman, 

Secretary of Stale, 



SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES 

OF THE 

FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

1883—1885. 



62 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS— 1883— 1885. 



Sbnatobs. 



Name. 



Alabama. 



James L. Pugh.. 
John T. Morgan 



Arkansas. 



James D. Walker. 
Aug. H. Garland. 



California. 



Residence. 



Eufaula 
Selma... 



Fayetteville 
Li I tie Hock. 



James T. Farley. 
John F. Miller .. 



Colorado. 



Jackson 

San Francisco. 



Nathaniel P. Hill Denver. 

Thomas M. Bowen Del Norte 

Cojinecticut. 



Orville H. Piatt 

Joseph K. Hawley. 



Delaware. 



Meriden. 
Hartford 



Thomas F. Bayard 
EUSaulsbury 



Florida. 



Wilkinson Call.... 
Charles W. Jones. 



Wilmington 
Dover 



Georgia. 



Joseph £. Brown.. 
Alfred H. Colquitt. 



Illinois. 



John A. Logan 

Shelby M. Cullom. 



Indiana. 



Daniel W. Voorhees 
Benjamin Harrison., 



Jacksonville. 
Pensacola .... 



Atlanta. 
Atlanta. 



Chicago .... 
Springfield 



Iowa. 



William B. Allison. 
James F. Wilson .... 



Terre Haute. 
Indianapolis. 



Dubuque 
Fairfield . 



Term of 
service. 



1885 
1889 



1885^ 
1889 



1885- 
1887 



1885- 
1889 



1885- 
1887 



1887 
1889' 



1885- 
1887 



1885- 
188^ 



• 1885- 
188^ 



1885' 
1887 



1885* 
188^ 



UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



53 



8BNATOB8— CoDtinued. 



Name. 



Kansas. 

John J. Id^IIs 

Preston B. Plomb 

Kentucky. 

John S. WiUiamB 

Jamee B. Beck 

Louisiana. 

B. Frank Jonas 

Randall L. Gibson.. 

Maine. 

Eaf^ne Hale 

WUliam P. Frye 

Maryland, 

James B. Groome « 

Arthur P. Gorman 

Massachusetts. 

Henry L. Dawes 

George F. Hoar 

Michigan. 

Omar D. Conger 

Thomas W. Palmer 

Minnesota. 

Samuel J. R. McMillan 

Dwight M. Sabin 

Missmippi. 

James Z. George 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar 

Missouri. 

George G. Vest 

Francis M. Cockrell 

Nebraska. 

Chas. H. Van Wyck 

OharlesF. Manderson 

Nevada. 

John P. Jones 

James G. Fair 



Residence. 



Atchison 

Emporia 

Mt. Sterling 

Lexington 

New Orleans... 
New Orleans... 

Ellsworth 

Lewiston 

Elkton 

Laurel 

Pittefield 

Worcester 

Port Huron 

Detroit 

St. Paul 

Stillwater 

Jackson 

Oxford 

Sedalia 

Warrensburg.. 

Nebraska City 
Omaha 

Gold Hill 

Virginia City .. 



Term of 
service. 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



54 



▲NKUAL REPOBT OF 8ECBBTARY OF STATE. 



Sbnators — Oontinaed. 



Name. 



New Hdmpihire. 



Henry W. Blair. 
Austin F. Pike . 



New Jersey, 



William J. SeifeW ... 
John R. McPherson 



New York. 



Elbridge G. Lapham. 
Warner Miller 



North Carolina. 



Zebulon B. Vance. 
Matt. W. Ransom. 



Ohio, 



George H. Pendleton 
John Sherman 



Oregon. 



James H. Slater .. 
Joseph N. Dolph 



Pennsylvania. 



Jas. Donald Cameron. 
John I. Mitchell 



Rhode Island. 



Nelson W. Aldrich 
Henry B. Anthony 



South Carolina. 



Wade Hampton 

Manning C. Butler... 



Tennessee. 



Howell E. Jackson 
Isham G. Harris.... 



Texas. 



Samuel B. Maxey. 
Richard Coke 



Vermont. 



Justin S. Mor-ill .... 
George F. Edmunds 



Residence. 



Plymouth 
Franklin . 



Camden 

Jersey City, 



Canandaigua 
Herkimer .... 



Charlotte. 
Weldon .. 



Cincinnati. 
Mansfield.. 



La Grande . 
Portland ,^. 



Harrisburg 
Wellsboro^ 



Providence 
Providence 



Columbia 
Edgefield. 



Jackson .. 
Memphis. 



Paris. 
Waco 



Strafibrd ... 
Burlington 



Term of 
service. 



1885 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1886 
1887 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1885 
1889 



1885 
1887 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1885 
1887 



UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



» 



Sbnatobs — Continaed. 



• 

Name. 


Residence. 


Tenn of 
service. 


Virginia. 
WilliAin Mahon6 ....... ........................ 


• 
Petersbunr 


1887 


H. H. Riddlebenrer 


WoodstocK 


188t 


West Virginia, 
Johnson Nr Oaniden ........................... 


Parkereburg 

Kanawha 0. H 


1887 


John E. Kenna 


188t 


Wifcongin. 
A nmifl Cameron 


La Crosse 


188S 


Phii^tnii SftWYe^t-T-tt tTT t- 


Oshkosh 


1887 




« 





M 



AHKUAL BBPOBT 8B0BBTABT OF 6TATE. 



BEPRB5ENTATIVE8. 
* Indicates membera of the 47th CongresB. 




1 
2. 



4 
5 
6 

7 
8 



ALABAMA. 



James Taylor Jones ' ... 
Hilary A.' Herbert*....., 



3* William C. Gates*. 



1 
2 
3 
4 



Charles M. Shelley* 

Thomas Williams* 

Goldsmith W. Hewitt* „. 
William H. Forney*...^... 
Lake Pryor 



» ARKANSAS. 



Poindezter Dann*. 
James K. Jones*.... 

John H. Roffers 

Samuel W. Peel 



1 
2 
3 
4 



At Large. 
Clifton R. Breckinridge 

CALIFORNIA. 



Wm. S. Rosecrans * 

James H. Budd , 

Barclay Henley 

Pleasant B. TaUy«... 



At Large, 

Charles A. Sumner. 
John R. Glascock .. 



1 



1 
2 
3 
4 



COLORADO. 



James B. Bel ford. 



CONNECTICUT. 



William W. Eaton .!.. 
Charles L. Mitchell.... 

JohnT. Wait* 

Edward W. Seymour. 



1 
2 



DELAWARE. 



Charles B. Lore 



FLORIDA. 



Robert H. M. Davidson*, 
Horatio Bisbee, Jr* 



Demopolis. 

Montgomery. 

Abbeville. 

Selma. 

Wetumpka. 

Birmingham. 

Jacksonville. 

Athens. 



Forest City. 
Washington. 
Fort Smith. 
Bentonville. 



Pine Bluff. 



San Francisco. 
Stockton. 
Santa Rosa. 
Gilroy. 



San Francisco. 
Gakland. 



Central City. 



Hartford. 
New Haven. 
Norwich. 
Bridgeport 



Wilmington. 



Quincy. 
Jacksonville. 



1 Vice T. H. Herndon deceased. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVx 8. 



57 



Repbbssnt ATI VB8— Continued . 




1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
« 
7 
S 
•9 



'^ 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



1 
o 

3 

4 

h 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



O BORGIA. 



John C. NichoUs. , 

Henry G. Turner* 

Charles F. Crisp^ , 

Huffh Buchanan* 

NatnanielJ. Hammond* T. 

James H. Blount* 

Judson C. Clements* 

8eaborn Reese* 

Allen D. Candler 



Ai Large, 
Thomas Hardeman. 



ILLINOIS. 



Ransom tV. Dunham 

John F. Finertjr 

George R. Davis* 

George E. Adams 

Reul^n Ellwood 

Robert R. Hitt* 

Thomas J. Henderson*..., 

William Cullen* 

Lewis E. Payson* 

Nicholas E. Worthlngton 

William H. Neece , 

James M. Riggs < 

William M. Springer* 

Jonathan H. Howell 

Joseph G. Cannon* 

Aaron Shaw 

Samuel W. Moulton* 

William R. Morrison* ..... 

R W\ Townshend* 

John R. Thomas* , 



Blackshear. 

Quitman. 

Americus. 

Ne^vman. 

Atlanta. 

Macon. 

Lafayette. 

Sparta. 

Gainesville. 



INDIANA. 



John J. Kleioer 

Thomas R. Cobb* 

Strother M. Stockslager*. 

Williams. Holman* 

Courtland C. Matson* .... 

Thomas M. Browne* 

Stonton J. Peelle* 

John E. Lamb 

Thomas B. Ward 

Thomas J. Woo<l 

George W. Steele* 

Robert Lowry 

William H. Calkins* 



Macon. 



Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Chicago. 

Sycamore. 

Mount Morris. 

Princeton. 

Ottawa. 

Pontiac. 

Peoria. 

Macomb. 

Winchester. 

Springfield. 

Bioomington. 

Danville. 

Albany. 

Shelbyville. 

Waterloo. 

Shawneetown. 

Metropolis. 



Evansville. 

Vincennes. 

Corydon. 

Aurora. 

Greencastle. 

Winchester. 

Indianapolis. 

Terre Haute. 

I^fayette. 

Crown Point 

Marion. 

Fort Wayne. 

La Porte*. 



58 



▲NKUAl. REPORT SECRETARY OF 6TATE. 



Reprksbntativss — Continaed. 



C 

S 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



Name. • 



IOWA. 



Moses A. Mc€k>id* 

Jeremiah H. Murphy.. 
David B. Henderson.. 
Luman H. Weller* .... 

James Wilson 

JohnC. Ck)ok* 

John A. Kasson* 

William P. Hepburn*. 
William H. M. Pusey. 
Adoniram J. Holmes . 
Isaac S. Struble :... 



KANSAS. 



John A. Anderson* 
Dudley C. Haskell «. 
Thomas Ryan* 



At Large. 



E. N.Morrill 

Lewis Hanback , 

Bishop W. Perkins 
Samuel R. Peters.... 



KENTUCKY. 



Oscar Turner* . 

James F. Clay 

John E. Halsell 

Thomas A. Robertson 

Albert 8. Willis* 

John G. Carlisle* 

Joseph C. S. Blackburn*. 

P. B. Thompson, Jr.* 

W. W. Culbertson 

John D.White* 

Frank Wolford 



LOUISIANA. 



Carleton Hunt 

E. John Ellis* 

WUliam P. Kellogg*.... 
Newton O. Blanchard*. 

J. Floyd King* 

E. T. Lewis 



Residence. 



Fairfield. 

Davenport. 

Dubuque. 

Nashua. 

Traer. 

Newton. 

Des Moines. 

Clarinda. 

Council Bluffs. 

Boone. 

Le Mars. . 



Manhattan, 

Lawrence. 

Topeka. 



Hiawatha. 
Salina. 
Oswego. 
Newton. 



Woodville. 

Henderson. 

Boiiirling Green, 

New Haven. 

Louisville. 

Covin^n. 

Versailles. 

Harrodsburg. 

Ashland. 

Manchester. 

Columbus. 



New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 
New Orleans. 
Shreveport. 
Vidalia. 
Opelousas. 



1 Vice M. E. Cutts, deceased, September 1, 1883. 
* Died at Waahington, D. C, December 16» 188.3. 



UNITED 8TATE8 REPRE8EKTATIVE8. 



59 



Rbpresentativbb — Continued. 




At Large, 

Thomas B. Heed* .... 
Nelson Dineley, Jr.*. 
Charles A. Bontelle.. 
Seth L. Milliken 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 



I 
2 
3 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



1 
2 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



I 



MARYLAND. 



: George W. Covington*.... 

] J. Fred. C. Talbott* 

1 Fetter S. HobUtxeli* 

John V. L. Findlay 

! HartB. Holton 

Loois £. McComas 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Robert T. Davis 

John D. Long. 

Ambrose A. Kanney*. 
Patrick A. Collins-.... 

Leopold Morse* 

Henry B. Lovering .... 

Eben F.Stone* 

William A. Rossell* . 

Theodore Lyman.. , 

William W. Rice* 

WiUiam Whiting 

George D. Robinson*. 



MICHIGAN. 



William C. May bury.... 
Nathaniel B. Eldridge... 

Edward S. Lacey* 

George L. Yaple 

Julius Hauseman. 

Edwin B. Winans 

Exra C. Carleton 

RoswellG. Horr* 

Byron M. Cutcheon 

Herschel H. Hatch 

Edward Breitung.. 



MINNESOTA. 



1 MUo White 
*> James B. Wakefield 
Horace B. Strait*.... 

4 Wm. D. Washburn*. 

5 I Knute Nelson 



Portland. 
Lewiston. 
Bangor. 
Belfast. 



Snow HUl. 

Towson. 

Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 

Ely8\nlle. 

Hagerstown. 



Fall River. 

Hingham. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Lynn. 

Newbury port. 

Lawrence. 

Brookline. 

Worcester. 

Holyoke. 

Chicopee. 



Detroit 

Adrian. 

Charlotte. 

Mendon. 

Grand Rapids. 

Flint 

Port Huron. 

East Saginaw. 

Monroe. 

Bay City. 

Negaunee. 



Chatfield. 

Blue l':arth Oty. 

Shakopee. 

Minneapolis. 

Alexanaria. 



^0 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Reprbsbntati vE8~Oontinaed . 



.2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
■7 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



Name. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Henry L. Muldrow*. 

E. S. ieffonVs .V...^^^^^^^ 
Hernando D. Money^ 
Otho R. Singleton* ... 
Henry S. Van Eaton. 
Ethelbert Barksdale. 



MISSOURI. 



William H. Hatch* 

A. M. Alexander 

Alexander M. Dockery 

James N. Barnes 

Alexander Graves 

John Cosgrove 

Aylett H. Biirkner* 

John J. O'Neill 

James 0. Broadhead,... 

Martin L. Clardy* 

Richard P. Bland* 

Charl»»8 H. Morgan 

Robert W. Fyan 

Lowndes H. Davis 



NBRRASKA. 



Archibald J. Weaver.,.. 

James Laiid 

Edward K. Valentine * 



NEVADA. 



George W. Cassidy*. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Martin A. Haynes. 
Ossian Ray* 



NEW JERSEY. 



Thomas M. Ferrell... 
John H. Brewer* .... 

John Kean, Jr 

Benjamin F. Hawey. 
Wm. Walter Phelps. 
Wm. H. F. Fiedler.. 
Wm. McAdoo 



Residence. 



SUrkville. 

Greenville. 

Winona. 

Canton. 

Woodville. 

Jackson. 



Hannibal. 

Paris. 

Gallatin. 

8t. Joseph. 

Lexington. 

BoonviUe. 

Mexico. ' 

St. T/)uis. 

St. Ix)uis. 

Farinington. 

I..ebanon. 

Lamar. 

Marsli field. 

Jackson. 



Falls City. 
Hastings. 
West Point. 



Eureka. 



Lake Village. 
Lancaster. 



Gloucester. 

Trenton. 

Elizabeth. 

Newton. 

Englewood. 

New Brunswick. 

Jersey City. 



» Van H. Manning received certificate of election : contested by J. R.. Chalmers on the 
ground that votes should be counted which were cast for J. R. Chambless. 



UNITED STATES REPRE8ENTATIVE8. 



61 



Represbntatives— Continued. 




NEW YORK. 



1 Perry Belmont*, 

2 Wm. E. Robinson*. 

3 Darwin R. James 

4 Felix Oampl>ell. 

5 Nicholas Mailer. 

6 Samuels. Cox* 

7 William Dorsheimer ..... 

8 John J. Adams 

9 John Hardy* 

10 Abram S. Hewitt* 

11 Orlando B. Potter 

12 Waldo HutchiDs* 

13 John H. Ketcham* 

Lewis Beach* 

John II. Bairley, Jr 

Thomas J. Van- Alstyne 

Henry G. Burleigh 

Frederick A. Johnson ... 

Abraham X. Parker* 

Edward Wemple. 

George W. R;iy. ..* 

Charles R. Skmner* 

J. Thomas Spriggs 

Newton W. Nutting 

Frank Hisooik* 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 



Sereno E. Pavne 

James W. Wads worth*.., 

Stephen C. Millard 

John Arnot , 

Halbert S. Greeoleaf 

Robert S. Stevens 

William F. Rogers 

Francis B. Brewer 



1 
o 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



At Large, 
Henry W. Slocum, 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Thomas G. Skinner. . 
James £. O'Harra.... 

Wharton G. Green... 
Wllliaji R. Cox*...... 

Alfred M. Scales*.... 

Clement Dowd* 

Tyre York , 

Robert B. Vance*... 



At Large, 
Risden T. Bennett.... 



New York. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

N»^w York. 

New York. 

New York. 

New York. 

l>m'er Plains. 

Cornwall. 

Catfikill. 

Albany. 

Whitehall. . 

Glen's Falls. 

Potsdam. 

Fullonville. 

Norwich. 

VVaiertown. 

Utica. 

08we)ro. 

Syracuse. 

Auburn. 

Geneseo. 

Binghamton. 

Khnira. 

Rochester. 

Attica. 

Butialo. 

West field. 



Brooklyn. 



Elizabeth Citv. 
ErHeld. ' ' 
Fay* tteville. 
Raleigh. 
Greensborough. 
Charlotte. 
WUkesborough. 
Ashville. 



Wadesborottgh. 



62 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Representatives — Continued. 




1 John F. Follett 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
Vi 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18*1 
19 
20 
21 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

2$ 

21 

22 

23 

24 



Isaac M. Jordan 

Robert Mavnard Murray ^ •. 

Benjamin Le Fevre* 

George E. Seney ^ 

William D. Hill 

Henry L. Morey* j.. 

Joseph Warren Keifer* 

James S. Robinson* 

Frank H. Hurd 

John W. McCormick 

Alphonso Hart 

George L. Converse* 

Geor^ WfGeddes* 

Adoniram J. Warner. 

Beriah Wilkins 

Joseph D. Taylor„ 

William MclCinley, Jr.* 

EzraB. Taylor* 

David R. Paige 

Martin A. Foran 



OREGON. 



Melvin C. George*. 



PBNNSY1.VANIA. 



Henry H. Bingham *,. 

Charles 0'Nein * 

Samuel J. Randall* ... 
William D. Kelley*... 
Alfred C. Harmer*..., 

James B. Everhart 

I. Newton Evans.. , 

David Ermentrout*.... 

A. Herr Smith 

William Mutchler 

John B. Storm.. 

Daniel W. Connolly.., 
Chkrles N. Brumm *.. 

Samuel F. Barr* 

George A. Post 

William W. Brown... 
Jacob M. Campbell * . 

Louis E. iilkiuson 

William A. Duncan .. 
Andrew G. Curtin * .. 

Charles E. Boyle.. 

James H. Hopkins.... 
Thomas M. Bayne * .. 
George V. Lawrence.. 



CincinnatL 



Cincinnati. 

Piqua. 

Sidney. 

Tiffin. 

Defiance. 

Hamilton. 

Springfield. 

Kenton. 

Toledo. 

Gallipolis. 

Hillsborough. 

Columbus. 

Mansfield. 

Marietta. 

Uhrichsville, 

Cambridge. 

Canton. 

Warren. 

Akron. 

Cleveland. 



Portland. 



Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia. 

German town. 

West Chester. 

Hatborough. 

Reading. 

Lancaster. 

Easton. 

StroudsbuTg. 

Scranton. 

Minersville. 

Harrisburg. 

Susquehanna. 

Bradford. 

Johnstown. 

Mifflintown. 

Gettysburg. 

Bellefonte. 

Uniontown. 

Pittsburgh. 

Allegheny. 

Monongahela City. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENT ATrV'ES. 



63 



. RBPRBSBNTATivBS—Continued. 




25 
26 
27 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
S 
9 
10 
11 



1 
2 



Pennsylv ANi A — Continued . 



John D. Patton a. 

Samuel H. Miller ♦ 

Samuel M. Brainerd 



Ai Large. 
Mortimer F. Elliott.. 



RHODK ISLAND. 



Henry J. Spooner • 
Jonauian Chace * ,., 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Samuel Dibble* 

GeorKe D. Tillman* 

D. Wyatt Aiken* 

John H. Evins* 

John J. Hemphill 

George W. Dargan 

E. W.M. Mackey ♦„..:. 



TBNNB88KS. 



Augustus H. Pettibone^.. 

Leonidas C. Houk * 

George G. Dibrell * 

Benton McMillen * 

Richard Warner* , 

Andrew J. Caldwell 

John G. Ballentine.. 

John M. Taylor 

Rice A. Pierce 

Casey Young 



TKXAS. 



Charles Stewart* 

John H. Reagan* 

James H. Jones 

David B. Culberson* 

James W. Throckmorton.., 

Olin Wellborn* 

Thomas P. Ochiltree... 

J. H. MUler 

Roger Q. MUls*...' 

John Hancock.. 

Samuel W. T. Lanham ...... 



VBRMONT. 



John W. Stewart... 
Luke P. Poland.... 



Indiana. 

Mercer. 

Erie. 



Wellsborough. 



Providence. 
Valley Falls. 



Orangeburg. 

Edgefield. 

Cokesbury. 

Spartanburg. 

Chester. 

Darlington. 

Charleston. 



Greenville. ^ 

Knozville. 

Sparta. 

Carthage. 

Lewiston. 

Nashville. 

Pulaski. 

Lexington. 

Union City. 

Memphis. 



Houston. 

Palestine. 

Henderson. 

Jeflerson. 

McKinney. 

Dallas. 

Galveston. 

Gonxales. 

Corsica na. 

Austin. 

Weatherford, 



Middlebury. 
St. JohnsburjT. 



ETAST er acAis. 



Ib^^it M H»r ^ nagne. 

Mu'i'T t^ j^ .. . _ HampUMi. 

r^f/nf If A V * KMrhntoDd- 

E>r ».-» r " II'7*» _ harmviU*. 

,.. >^ 4 ' « <- • DmDvUle. 

[ Hjkrj-Un, it WT* L(-xiDg:tOD. 

J ■< t; f »■ * ElarrisonboiS- 

Ira^ hirif^r' \leuDdru. 

Hrrrj'' }^/>«k knob. 

J rf.n -. 'A'jje , Ku'hmond. 



..,(r, Jf ClaitsbofF. 

I., rt'..*.fl_ Cbu-lMlowD. 

k'l^f - K«Mwh«C. H. 

^ri:^V/ii^ .......,.„,.....„. ...,,..,.-,..._„,_.,......-„.., UontiagUiD- 



. Juiesvtlle. 
. Wankeeha. 



UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVES. 



65 



Tbbritoriss — Continued . 



Theo. F. Singiser. 



Martin Maginnis. 



Tranqoalino Luna. 



JohnT. Caine 



Thomas H. Brents. 



Morton E. Post. 



Name. 



IDAHO. 



MONTANA. 



NEW MEXICO. 



UTAH. 



WASHINGTON. 



WYOMING. 



Residence. 



Boise City. 



Helena. 



LosLonas. 



Salt Lake City. 



Walla Walla. 



. Cheyenne. 



5 SB 



SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES 

« 

OP THE 

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

AliSO, 

APPORTIONMENT FOR MEMBERS OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 

OHIO, 1881-1891. 



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73 



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



Population op State, 3,198,189; 



SENATE. 
Full Ratio, 91,376; Thrbb-pouhth Ratio. 68,632. 






6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



13 



CountieB. 



Hamilton. 



Butler .., 
Warren . 



Montgomery 
Preble 



Clermont 
Brown .... 



Greene. 
Clinton 
Fayette. 



Highland. 
Roes.. 



Adams. 

Pike 

Scioto.., 
Jackson. 



Lawrence. 

Gallia 

Meigs 

Vinton.... 



Athens 

Hocking ... 
Fairfield... 



Franklin .. 
Pickaway. 



Clarke.. 

Champaign... 
Sladi8on.„.... 



Miami.. 
Darke.. 
Shelby 



Lo^pm.. 
Union . 
Marion. 
Hardin 



o 





a. 



313,368 



42,580 
28,392 



78.645 
24,634 



36,713 
32,911 



31,349 
24,757 
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 
27,02X 



CO 



313,368 



70,972 



103,079 



69,624 



76,470 



70,587 



99,121 



116,743 



83,822 



114,229 



89,894 



100,812 



I 96,236 



h4 
V 



39,240 



11,703 



7,745 



26,367 






196,200^ 



68,615 



38,726 



126,885 



22,863 



9,436 



4,859 



114,266 



47,180 , 



24,296 






Terms. 



1st 



2d 



3 



3d 



4th 



5th 



1 



1 



1 



1 
2 



3 



17 



5 
5 



6 



6 



> Fraction oyer three fall ratios. 



74 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Apportionment— Sknatb— Continued. 



14 



16 



16 



17 



28 



18 



19 



20 



21 



22 



Ck>anties. 



Washington 

Morgan 

Noble (part), Elk, 
Jefferson, Brook- 
field, Center, Jack- 
son, Noble, Olive, 
Sharon 

Muskingum 

Perry 

Total 15th dist 

x/daware ••*•*« •••••• 

Licking 

Total 16th dist. 

Knox 

Morrow 

Total 17th dist. 

Wayne 

Holmes 

Total 28th dist 

Coshocton 

Tuscarawas. 

Total 18th dist 

Guernsey 

Monroe 

Noble ^part), Stock, 
Enoch, Marion, 
3eaver, Bufialo, 
Seneca, Wayne... 

Total 19th dist. 

Belmont 

Harrison 

Carroll 

Stark 

Jefferson 

Columbiana 



C3 

O 

I 



43,244 
20,074 



12,134 



49,780 
28,218 



77,998 



27,380 
40,451 



67,831 



27,450 
19,073 



46,523 



40,075 
20,775 



60,850 



26,641 
40,198 



66,839 



27,197 
26,497 



9,003 



62,697 



49,638 
20,455 



16,416 
64,027 



33,018 
48,603 



o •*» 

Ph 



75,452 



145,829 



107,373 



129,536 
70,093 
80,443 
81,621 



M 

> • 

O »H 



54,453 



15,997 



38,160 



B >* 

CO 



272,265 



79,985 



190,800 



-SI 

2J 



Terms. 



1st 



2d 



3d 



4th 



5th 



1 



1 



I 



1 



APPOBnONMENT — SENATE. 



75 



Apportionmbnt — Sbnatb — Ck>ncladed. 






23 



24 



26 



25 
27 



29 



30 



31 



32 



33 



Ck>anties. 



Trumbull 

Mahoning 

Ashtabula , 

Lake 

Geauga 

Total 24th dis. 

Portage 

Summit 

Total 26th dis. 

Cuyahoga 

Medina. 

Lorain 

Total 27th difl.. 

AAiiianci ••••••.••••••• 

Richland 

Total 29th dis.. 

Huron 

Erie 

Sandusky 

Ottawa 

Seneca ^ 

Crawford 

Wyandot- 

Allen 

Aufflaize.- 

Defiance 

Mercer 

Paulding 

Van Wert 

Williams 

Fulton « 

Hancock 

Henry » 

Lucas 

Putnam - 

Wood 



Q 





I* 



44,882 
42,867 



37,139 
16,326 
14,255 



67,720 



27,500 
43,788 



71,288 



196,943 



21,454 
35,526 



56,980 



23,883 
36,306 



60,189 



31,609 
32,641 
32,063 
19,763 



36,955 
30,583 
22,401 



31,323 
25,443 
22,518 
21,808 
13,490 
23,030 
23,821 



21,062 
27,788 
20,587 
67.388 
23,718 
34,026 



g . 



87,749 



139,008 
196,943 



117,169 



116,076 



89,939 



161,433 



194,569 



'•0 

pS4 



47,632 
14,191 



25,793 



24,700 



70,057» 



11,817* 



•43 

9 

a 

a 

o 






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ag 



238,160 
71,950 



128,965 



123,500 



350,285 



59,085 



Terms. 



1st 



2d 



3d 



4th 5th 



1 



3 



10 



6 



6 



8 



10 



* Fraction oyer two full ratios. 



T6 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF BTATE. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Population of State, 3,198,189; Ratio. 31,981; One-half Ratio, 15,990; One and 
Three-fourths Ratio, 65,966; Two full Ratios, 63,962. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont .•... 

Brown 

Butler 

CarroU 

Champaign „ 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 22,518 \ 

Paulding 13,490/ 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette ,, 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia.: 

Geauga 14,255 \ 

Lake 16,326/ 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton ^ 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefierson « 



a 
o 

o 



24,004 
31,323 
23,883 
37,139 
28,413 
25,443 
49,638 
32,911 
42,580 
16,416 
27,817 
41,948 
36,713 
24,757 
48,603 
26,641 
30,583 
196,943 
40,498 

36,008 

27,380 
32,641 
34,283 
20,364 
86,816 
21,062 
28,124 

30,581 

31,349 
27,197 
313,368 
27.788 
27,028 
20,455 
20,587 
30,280 
21,126 
20,775 
31,609 
23,679 
33,018 



»4 

> 
o 

•So 

Is 



5,158 



17,657 

930 

10,599 



9,967 
4,732 



16,622 



5,057» 
8,517 

4,027 



660 
2,302 



22,854' 



25,539» 



1,037 



1 

"a 

2 
"3 

e . 

eg 



25,790 



88,285 

4,650 

52,995 



49,835 
23,660 



83,110 



25,285 
42,585 

20,135 



3,300 
11,510 



114,270 



127,695 



5,185 



1 Praotion over si xf full ratios. 
< Fraction over two full ratios. 
* Fraction over nine fall ratios. 



o 

* a 

I- o 

s s 



2 



Terms. 



1st 



10 



2d 3d 



10 



6 



3 



10 



4th 



6 



5th 



6 



9 



i 



-J CO 

Is 



5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 
5 
6 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
7 
5 
5 

30 
6 



5 
5 
5 
5 
13 
5 
5 



5 
5 
48 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



APPORTIONMENT HOUSE OF REPREdENTATIVES. 



77 



Apportionment — Horas of Rkprenentatives — (Concluded. 



Counties. 



Knox 

Lawpnce .... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Luca8 

Madison 

Mahonine.... 

Marion ,.. 

Meiiina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monro** 

Montgomery. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Mnskingnm . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Perry^ 

Pickdway..... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Patnam 

Richland 

Koss 

Sandusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull... . 
Tuscarawas . 

Union 

Van Wert„.. 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington , 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood« ,. 

Wyandot ..!. 



c 
0^ 



27.45' 

39,068 
40,451 
26,208 
3o,526 

67,ms 

20,129 
42,867 
20,564 
21,454 
32,325 
21,808 
36,178 
26,497 
78,545 
20.074 
19,073 
49,780 
24,137 
19,763 
28,218 
27,413 
17,927 
27,500 
21,534 
23,718 
36,306 
40,307 
32,063 
33,511 
36,955 
24,136 
64,027 
43,788 
44,882 
40,198 
22,375 
23,030 
17,226 
28,392 
43,244 
40,075 
23,821 
34,026 
22,401 






a 

^ i 



7,087 
8,470 



3,545 
3,426» 



10,886 



344 



4,197 
i4,583» 



17,799 



c ^ 

08 jO 



35,43'> 
42,:i50 



4,325 
8,326 

1,530 
4,974 



65 

11,807 

12,901 

8,217 



11,263 
8,094 



2,045 



17,725 
17 130 



54,4 



1,720 



20,985 
72,'9i5* 



88.995 



21,62"> 

41,630 

410 

7,650 

24,870 



325 
59,035 
64,505 
41,085 



o 



12 



I- o 

ae 



56,315 
40,470 



10,225 



1 
1 



1 



2 
2 



Terms. 



Ist 



1 
2 
1 



1 
1 



2d 



3d 



4tli 



5th 



1 
2 
2 



I 






5 

6 

6 

5 

5 
10 

5 

6* 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 
12 

5 

5 

7 

5 

5 

6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

5 

5 

5 

5 
10 

6 

7 

6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

5 

5 

5 



1 Fr*"tloa over two full ratios. 



, 



A 



ROSTER OF COUNTY OFFICERS 



ANH 



JUSTICES OF THE .PEACE. 



80 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



PROBATE JUDGES AND CLERKS OF COURTS. 



Counties. 



Adams.. 

Allen 

A8hlan<l 

Ashtabula... 

Athens 

Auglaize .... 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

Clermont.... 

Clinton 

Coluinbiana 
CoshtHtton ... 
Crawford . ... 
Cuyahoga.... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware.... 

Erie 

Fairtield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Ful'oii 

Gallic 

Geaujra 

Gre*'i«e 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

HaniMxk 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland 

Hneking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jeff«*r8on 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence .... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning .... 

Maritm 

Medina .-. 

Meigs 

Mercer 



County. Seats. 



West Union., 

Lima 

Ashland 

Jefferson 

Athens... 

Wapakoneta 

St. Clairsville 

Georgetown 

Hamilton 

Carrollton , 

Urbana 

Springfield 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware „ 

Sandusky City.,... 

Lancaster 

Washington C.H. 

Columbus 

Wauseon 

GallipoHs 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 

Cincinnati 

Findlay 

Kenton 

Cadiz 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough .... 

Ix>gan 

MiTlershurg , 

Norwalk 

Jackson , 

Steubenville 

Mt. V«rnon , 

Painesville 

Ironton , 

Newark 

Bellefontaine 

Elyria , 

Toledo 

London 

Youngstown 

Marion 

Medina 

Pomeroy 

Celina.. 



Probate Judges. 



Isaac N. Tolle 

Samuel S. Yinler 

Jam^'S Alberson 

E^lward C. Wade 

Wm. S. Wilson 

John McLain 

Thomas Cochran 

Geo. P. Tvler 

W. H. H* 

Thos. K. Lee 

D. W. Todd „ 

John C. Miller 

James B. Swing 

John Matthews 

Wm. G. Wells 

Holder Blackman 

Frederii k Hipp 

Daniel R. Tihien 

Samuel L. Kolp 

J. J. Greene 

Kufus Carpenter« 

A. E. Merrill 

S. T. Shaeffer 

Thos. N. Craig 

JohnT. Gale 

L. AV. Brown 

S. D. Cowden 

Henry K. Smith 

Jas. W. Harper 

Lot P. Honick 

Isaac B. Matson 

S. J. Siddall 

Jas. E. Lowry 

Amon I^emmon 

David Meekison 

Robert M. Dittey 

Wm. T. Acker 

R. W. Taneyhill 

Henry L. Kennan 

H. C.Miller 

Wm. V. B. Croskey... 

Eiias A. Peali^r 

Geo. H. Shepiierd 

Geo. W. Thompson... 

David A. Allen 

R. E. Pettit 

E. H Hinman 

Isaac R. Sherwood 

Oliver P. Crabb 

Louis W. King 

Jno. N. Matthews 

Albert Munpon 

R. H. Brewster 

H. M. Pulskamp 



Clerks of Courts. 



Geo. W. Pettit. 
Eugene C Mackenzie. 
Cloyd Mansfield. 
Chas. H. Siinonds. 
Silas E. Hedjfes. 
T. B. Baker. 
William B. Cash. 

C. C. Blair. 

R. B. Milliken. 
H. B. (4rvg. 
J. M. Maitland. 
J. H. Rabbitts. 
H. B. Mattox. 
Marion R. Hit^ns. 
Wm. Monaghan. 
Samuel Gamble. 
A. A. Ruhl. 
Henry W. Kitchen. 
Jno. H. Mnrtin. 
Jno. P. Cameron. 
Chas. M. Jaynes. 
Wm. J. .Affleck. 
Wm. H. Wolfe. 
E. W. Welsheimer. 
John J. Joyce. 

A. B. Smith. 

H. R. Br*dhury. 

B. D. Amen. 
John A. Cisco. 
Jas. R. Barr. 

D. J. Dalton. 
Henry H. Ix)uthiui. 
Jos. ximmons. 

E. B. McNamee. 
O. E. Barnes. 
Geo. W. Boies. 
Arthur McCartney. 
Samuel Anderson. 
S. T. A. Van S<!iver. 
Franlt Crumit. 
Ross White. 

Wm. A. Silcott. 
R. A. Moodey. 
David C. McConn. 
Chas. T. Dickinson. 
Geo. H. Allen. 
Henry J. Lewis. 
R. C. Quigsrle. 
E. W. Mt Cormach. 
Lloyd Fording. 
Jno. H. Thomas. 
Chas. Neil. 
W. A. Race. 
Edward Landfair. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



81 



Pbobatb Judges and Clerks op Courts — Concluded. 



Coanties. 


County Seats. 


Probate Judges. 


Clerks of Courts. 


Miami 


Troy 


Wm. C. Johnston 

Richard K. Walton.... 

Wm. D. McKeney 

Newell Corner 


John B. Latcbford. 


Monroe 


Woodsfield 


Asher Okey. 
0. B. Brown. 


Montgomery 

MorsHn 


Davton 


McOonnelsville ... 
Mt. (Jilead 


Wm. A. Brown. 


Morrow 


Wm. D. Matthews 

George L. Foley 

Jno. H. Brown 


Samuel P. Gage. 
Howard Aston. 


Muskingum 


Zanesville 

Caldwrll 


Noble « 


L H. Barry. 

Wm. A. Eisenhour. 


Ottawa 


Port Clinton 

Pauldine 


Wm. Caldwell 


Paulding 


B. L. Wentworth 

Frank A. Kelly 


Jos. B. Cromley. 
Jno. A. McGonagle. 
P. W. Brown. 


Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 


New Lexington ... 
Circlt-ville 


Henry N. Hedges, sr.. 
George Kerns 


Waverly 


Jno. P. Douglas. 
John Porter. 


Portage 

Preble 


Ravenna 


C. A. Reed 


Eaton 


Robert W. Quinn 

Samuel S. Bacon 

Kckels McCoy 


Jno. R. Cook. 


Putnam 


Ottawa 


J. J. Zeller. 


Richland 


Mansfield 


Sam. F. Ottinger. 
Samuel J. Briggs. 
Basil Meek. 


Ross 


Chillicothe 


Beni. F. Stone 


8anduskv 


Fiemont 


C. Doncyson 


Scioto 


Portsmouth 

Tiffin 


H. C. Turley 


Robert Bell. 


Seneca 


Jacob F. Bunn .. 

David Bowersock 

>?eraphim Meyer 

C. R. Grant... 


Jas. V. Magers. 
Frank Hunter. 
John McGregor. 
Sumner Nash. 


Shelby 

Stark 


Sidney 

Canton 


Summit 


Akron 


Trumbull 


Warren 


W. A. Reeves 

A. H. Brown 


0. A. Caldwell. 


Tuscarawas 


New Philadelphia 
Marvsville 


John Figert. 
John Q. Burgner. 
Urban H. Hester. 


Union , 


Jno. B. Coats 


Van Wert 


Van Wert 


Amos T. Dailev 

Andrew W. Salts 

Jos. W. O'Neall 

F. J. Cutter 

Isaac John'<on 

Martin Perky 

John Reed 

D. D. Clayton 


Vinton 


Mc Arthur 


Arthur E. McGrath. 


Warren 


Lebanon 


Harry Wilson. 
J. M. Mitchell. 


Washington 


Marietta 


Wavne 


Wooster 


Jno. Van Nostran. 


Williams 


Bryan 


E. E. Bechtol. 


Wood 


Bowling Green.... 
Upper Sandusky. 


R. M. Donnelly. 
Avery Henderson. 


Wvandot 


• 



SHERIFFS AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS. 



Counties. 



County Seats. 



^VUttf 110 ••••• ••••••••••• 

.Mien 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens.. 

Belmont 

Brown » 

Butler 

Carroll.. 

Champaign 

68S 



W^est Union .., 

Lima 

Ashland 

Jeflferson 

Athens 

Wapakoneta... 
St. Clairsville. 
Greor|^town ... 
Hamilton....... 

CarroUton 



Sheriffs. 



J. Mat. Long 

Wm. H. Harter 

Isaac Gates 

B. W. Baldwin 

John Boden 

John G. Distelrath..... 

L. C. Sedwick 

John P. Helbling 

Geo. W. St. Clair 

John Skeeles 



Prosecuting Attorneys. 



Urbana Joseph Chamberlin.... 



Wm. Anderson. 
James B. Townsend. 
E. N. Hawnot. 
Jas. P. Cadwell. 
E. Tompkins. 
C. A. Layton. 
A. H. Mitchell. 
W. R. Evans. 
John F. Milan. 
Irvin H. Blythe. 
Evan P. Middleton. 



82 



ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRETABY OF 8TATE. 



Shbriffs and Prosbcutimo Attorneys — Continued. 



Counties. 



Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance .... 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland .... 

Hocking 

Holmes , 

Huron 

Jackson 

JeffVrson 

Knox 

J^e 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Prt-ble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Roes 



County Seats. 



Springfield 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon » 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky City.... 

Lancaster 

Washington C.H. 

Columbus 

Wauseon 

Gallipolis 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 

Cincinnati 

Fin llay 

Kenton 

Cadiz , 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough . 

Logan 

Millersburg 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

Steubenville 

Mt. Vernon 

Painesville 

Ironton 

Newark 

Belief on taine 

Elyria 

Toledo 

London \ 

Youugstown 

Marion 

Medina 

Pomeroy 

Celina 

Troy 

Woodsfield 

Dayton 

McConnelsville. . „ 

Mt. Gilead 

Zanesville 

Caldwell 

Port Clinton 

PauMing 

New Lexington ... 

Circleville 

Waverly 

Ravenna 

Eaton 

Mansfield 

ChilUcothe 



Sheriffs. 



James Foley 

Wm. B. Lloyd 

John C. Smith 

John Harbaugh„ 

A. J. Miller 

John Keil 

E. D. Sawyer 

Thos. A. Lecklider.. 

John A. Foust 

James E. White 

John Strickland 

H. H. Shumaker.. . 

Jas. F. Cook 

Louis Heinmiller 

Frank T. Blair 

Wm. P. Small 

John A. Pierce 

James A. Johnson..,. 

JohnMcGill 

M. L. Hawkins 

Chas. B. Hall 

Lewis H. Wells 

Jtfi". C. Glover 

Frederick Aller 

L H. McConnaughey.. 

Thos. F. McCarthy 

Barney Christopher... 

Eugene Smith 

Wm, B. Cherrington... 

B. M. Sharp 

Allen J. Beach 

A. D. Barrett 

Thos. H. B. Jones 

George W. Hall 

Henry M. Cline 

Calvin P^nsign 

John S. Harbeck, Jr... 

John F. Johnston 

George W. Lndwick ... 

Frank C. Beckley 

J. D. Stow 

H. C Hayraan 

T. P. Touvelle 

John M. Campbell 

Christian Lode 

Chas. T. Freeman 

Wm. Taylor 

M. G. Modi 

R. J. Hanes 

I. E. McKee 

Conrad Gernhard 

David W. Parr 

M. A. Crosbie 

John P. Bolin 

Thos. J. Jones 

Wm. Wilcox 

Frank Rothman 

John Gates 

Wm. L. Tulleys 



Prosecuting Attorneys. 



W. L. Weaver. 
Jamea C. McMath. 
E. J. West. 
Robert W. Taylor. 
A. H. Stillwell. 
Anson Wickham. 
Carlos M. Stone. 
John C. Clark. 
Benjamin F. Enos. 
Jas. T. Shoup, Jr. 

C. B. Winters. 

D. T. Clover. 
Frank G. Carpenter. 
R. B. Montgomerv. 
W. H. G.ivitt. 
Wm. H. C. Ecker. 
C. W. Osborne. 
Joseph A. Dean. 

M. R. Patterson. 
Wm. H. Pugh. 
A. B. Shafer. 
John H. Sraick. 
John M. Garvin. 
R. W. Cahill. 
John T. Hire. 
C. H. BuerhauB. 
John VV. Vorhes. 
L. ('. I/iylin. 

E. C. Powell. 
J'jhn M. Cook. 
Samuel L. Gatshall. 

C. D. Clark. 
W. S. McCune. 
James E. Lawhead. 
George W. Emerson. 
David J. Nve. 

Ezra S. Do<id. 

D. C. Badger. 
Chas. R. Trusdale. 
S. H. Court. 
Joseph Andrew. 
Uriah Hoyt, 

C. G. A. Miller. 
M. B. Eirnhart. 
John B. Driggs. 
John M. Sprigg. 
Frank F. Metcalf. 
T. S. White. 
Benj. F. Power. 
U. B. Wharton. 
Thos. L. Magers. 
Lewis H. P&ttor. 
Jas. F. Conly. 
J. P. Winstead. 
John A. Eyler. 
I. T. Siddali.. 
A. M. Crisler. 
W. C. G. Krauae. 
Jas. P. Seward. 
R. R. Freeman. 



COUNTY OFFICEBS. 



83 



Sheriffs and Pkoskcuting Attorneys — Concluded. 



CoontieR. 


County Seats. 


Sheriflfs. 


Prosecuting Attorneys 


Rftnduftlcv T.., 


Fremont 


Chas. F. Pohlman, Jr: 
A. J. Finnev 


George Kinney. 
Noah J. Dever. 


Scioto 


Portsmouth 

Tiffin 


Sonecft 


Thomas F. Whalen 

Thomas M. Hussey 

Jjuies Jjt^e 


P. M. Adams. 


Shelby 


Sidney 


Georce A. Marshall. 


Stark. 


Canton 


H. W. Harter. 


SOQlDlit 


Akron 


Wm. McKinney 


Chas. Baird. 


Trambull 


Warren 

New Philadelpbia 
Marvsville 


John S. Hovt. 


W. Hvde. 


TiiRcarnw&A 


G. W. Goudv 


J. F. Wilkin. 


Union 


John Hobensack 


J. M. Brodrick. 


Van Wert 


Van' Wert 


Charles Gordon 


A. L. Sweet. 


Vinton 


Mc Arthur 


John Stanley 


Frank P. Magee. 
John K. 0*Neall. 


Warren 


Lebanon. 


Wm. H. McCain 


Wasbinffton 


Marietta 


D. B. Torpv 


L. W. Ellenwc;od. 


Wayne 


Wooster 


H. R. Messmore 


John McSweeney, Jr. 
G. W. Strayer. 
James 0. Troup. 
R )bert McKelly. 


Williams 


Bryan 


Georae MtGrew 


Wood 


Bowling Green 

Upper Sandusky.. 


Georee M. Brown 

Charles F. iSchuler 


Wvandot 





AUDITORS AND TREASURERS. 



Counties. 



Adams.. 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula ... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown.« 

Butler 

Carroll.. 

Champaign . 

Clarke 

Clermont.... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton ... 
Crawford.... 
Cuyahoga ... 

Darke... 

Defiance 

Delaware . ... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Ooernsey ... 



County Seats. 



West Union 

Lima 

Ashland 

Jeflerson 

Athens 

Wapakoneta 

St. Clairsville 

Georgetown 

Hamilton 

CarroUton 

Urbana 

Springfield 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky City 

Lancaster 

Washington C. U. 

Columbus... 

Wauseon 

Gallipolis 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 



Auditors. 



J. W. Sbinn , 

Wm. D. Poling , 

E. J. Grosscup , 

E. H. Giikey 

A. J. Frame , 

Wm. F. Torrence 

Rodney Ross Barrett . 

W. J. Jacobs 

Joseph B. Hughes 

L. ^l. Barrick 

J. M. Fitzpatrick 

O. F. Servips 

M. J. W. Holter 

Asa Jenkins 

Chas. C. Baker , 

J. W. Cassingham 

Adam J. High 

Wm. H. Brew 

John C. Turpen 

Chas. P. Tittle 

Chas. W. Webster 

Thos. McFall 

Benjamin F. Dum 

J. P. Robinson 

Emil Kiese wetter 

A. W. McConnell ...... 

Joseph StafiTord 

Wm. Howard 

Wm. R. Baker 

John C. Beckett 



Treasurers. 



Chas. W. Sutterfield. 
J. B. Sunderland. 
Joseph Stofer. 
H. P. Beck with. 
Hiram L. Baker. 
Lucas Middleton. 

E. L. Feeley. 

B. F. Dyer. 

Frank H. Whittaker. 
Wm. C. Scott. 
Richard S. Pearse. 
W. S. Wilson. 
Thomas P. White. 
I. W. Matthews. 
John Bums. 
Wm. Walker. 

C. H. Shonert. 
H. N. Whitbeck. 
John S. Simon. 
John F. Dowe. 
Edward E. Neff.. 
Wm. Zimmerman. 
Solomon Bader. 

J. N. Rowe. 
George Beck. 
James W. Howard. 

D. S. Trowbridge. 
Robt. Harper. 

F. E. McGervey. 
John £. Sankey. 



84 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



Auditors and Treasureus— Concladed. 



Counties. 



Hamilton 

Hanrock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Lickinjjj 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoniii>r 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mt^rcer 

Miami 

Monriie 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Otta»va 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

TuHcarawas 

Union 

Van Wen 

Viuton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wood^ 

Wyandot 



County Seats. 



Cincinnati ....< 

Findlay 

Kenton 

Cadiz 

Napoleon 

Hillsborougti 
Logan 

NT illersburg — 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

Steubenville.. 
Mt. Vernon.., 

Paincsville 

Ironton 

Newark 

BelK'I'ontaine. 

Klyria 

r«>li*do 

L nd'Hi 



Auditors. 



«••••• •••« 



•«••••« 



V«>tn»;fHtown 

M.tri«>n 

Medina 

Pomeroy 

Celina 

Trny 

W uuvitield 

Dayton 

McConnelsvillc. . . 

Mr. Oilead j 

Zmesville I 

Caldwell 

Port Clinton 

Paulding 

New Lexington.... 

Circleville 

Waverly 

liavenna 

Katon 

Ottawa 

Mansfield 

Cliillicothe 

Fremont 

Portsmouth 

Tiffin 

Silney 

Canton 

Akron 

Warren 

New Philadelphia 

Marysville 

Van Wert 

McArthur 

Lebanon 

Marietta 

Wooster 

Bryan 

Bowling Green 

Upper Sandusky.. 



Joseph W. Brewster... 

Wm. T. Piatt 

J. W. Welch 

Henry Spence 

Chas. Everr* 

G. W. Lefever 

VVm. M. Bowen 

James Rowland 

Henry W. Owen 

B. B. Evnns 

Wni. F. Simeral 

Curtis \V. McKee 

VV. C. Tisdel 

M. .S. Hurtram 

J. F. Lingafelier 

F. H. M -Laughlin 

Orville R'Kjt 

Waller Pickens 

Sannel M. Prugh 

F. II. Sherei 

Benjanuii F. Wajiles... 

C>iH?ence J. Chase 

J. N. Kathburn 

Joseph V. Sidenbinder 
Horatio Pearson 



Treasurers. 



>. A. Atkin^un 

John D. Turner 

Franeis M. Kahler 

B. l>. BuxtDU 

A. A. Patterson 

W. I). (hiilLert 

A. Hoptinger 

K. J?. Murphy 

Orrin Thacker ,... 

A. J. (iri^'shy 

Joseph ArniHtrong 

IWirand A. Olin 

Iliram L. Kobbins 

VVm. W. Place 

J. r. Nunmaker 

Frank J. Esker 

Adam Hodes 

(ieorge L. Dodge 

F. E. Sioner 

H. S. Ailes 

PatiirkS. Manley 

A. Wagoner 

Wni. Wallaee 

Fretieriek Walter 

(reorgeM. MelVck 

Wm. T. Exiine 

Augustus Robb 

A. H. Graha n 

B. B. Stone 

John B. Wilson 

George F. Solier 

E. \V. Poe... 

L. Smith 



F. Ratterman. 
Wm. J. Creighton. 
John M. Carr. 
A. J. Harrison. 
A. PUliod. 
H. C. Glascock. 
Eli M. West. 
Benj. Beegle. 
M. O. Vanileet. 
George J. Reiniger. 
John Bray. 
Wm. B. Dunbar. 
Theo<lore H. Burr. 
John HaycB. 
JoM. B. VVinegarner. 
Frank S. Case, 
ireorge H. Robbins. 
F. R. Warren. 
Al»».<in Tinner. 
Will, C..ri.«diu8. 
Th(»iiiari Dickson. 
<(. II. Damon. 
W. B. Warren. 
Jaro't KreiiHeh. 
Sunu. 1 N. Todd. 
John Kuenhcgger. 
Lonih II. p. oek. 
K. R. Woirall. 
>. W. Trowbridge. 
Daniel (i. Willey. 
A. C. Cooper. 
Pinlip Stiiuh. 

A. J. Sienger. 
John Monuhan. 
P. H. Delaplane. 
Samuel W McAllister* 
W. A. Jenkins. 

J. H. MuMwelman. 
L. L. Parker. 
John J. Douglas. 
Rufu^ Hosier. 

B. M. Winters. 
Charles Kinney. 
John Heabler. 
Peter Gotlenu. 
John R. Dangler. 
A. M. Cole. 

C. O. Harf. 
John L. Kennedy. 
Wra. H. Crary. 
Wm. H. Corbet. 
Joseph P. Canty. 
Chaf. H. Dunham. 
Walter Thomas. 
Harvey MeClarran. 
S. K. Swisher. 
Luther Black. 
George W. Freer. 



COUNTY 0FFIC£K8. 



85 



RECORDERS AND SURVEYORS. 



Ck>untie8. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland ;.. 

Ashtabala 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign.... 

^/Itti &C*« • • • • •-• ••• 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana .. 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfit-ld 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland ...... 

Hocking 

Holmes , 

Huron 

Jackson.;. 

Jefferson 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain..* 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery*.. 
Morgan 



County Seats. 



West Union... 

Lima 

Ashland 

Jefferson 

Athens 

Wapakoneta . 
St. Clairsville 
Georgetown... 

Hamilton 

Carrollton 

Urbana 

Springfield 

Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lisbon 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Clevfland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Sandusky City .... 

Limcaster 

Washington C. II 

Columbus 

Wauseon 

Gallipolis 

(^harden 

Xenia 

Cambridge 



Recorders. 



»i 



Surveyors. 



Cincinnati 

Findlav , 

Kenton , 

Cadiz , 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough ... 

Logan 

Millersburg , 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

SteubenviHe .... 

Mt. Vernon 

Prtinesville , 

Ironton , 

Newark 

Hellefontaine... 

Klvria 

To'le«lo 

ix)ndon , 

Youngfetown .... 

Marion 

Medina 

Pomeroy 

Celina .' 

Trov 

Wobilsfield 

Dayton 

McConnelsville 



Chss. T. Downing 

Wm. Timberlake 

John P. M. Goodman ... 

H. A. Walling 

Lafayette Hawk , 

Henrv C. Settlage 

Wm.'S. Hobbs 

G. C. Reisinger , 

Henry C. Grey 

Milton McQuilkin 

M. A. Jordan 

Samuel A. Todd 

George Keli , 

E. B.Howland 

James Atchison 

W. H. Coe 

Daniel O. Castle 

C. C. Sehellentrager 

Ri<*hard Hunt 

J. C. Woods 

Abel M. Rawn 

Jarats Flvnn 

ChaK. W.PariHo 

J. K. Sutherland 

F. M. Senter 

A. S. Bloomer 

J. F. Chapman 

Chas. A. Mills 

S. N. Adams 

Rodo||)h Thomas 

George Robenstein , 

John B. Folz 

Win. W. .Sievenson 

L. B. (irimes 

T. W. Durbin 

John H. Keech 

J«cob Wenver , 

Theod(»re H. Thome 

U A. lUoomer 

K. B. Thompson 

Jacob Hull 

(J. W. Sandliird 

II Ji. Green 

Wm. F. MrKiiight 

Jn . R. McCuIloch 

Jno. A. C.'t)ulter 1 

Wm B. C'ahoon 

0. J. Kinhner 

Samuel P. Trumper 

Abram S. McCurley 

S. H. Kupp 

L. A. I-^wis 

C. M. Cline 

S. S. Scranion 

1. A. Landis 

E. .1. Graham 

Thfimas M. Miskellv 

J. M. West .'. 



Cray ton Reynolds. 
John Keith. 
Lewis M.Wolf. 
Warner W. Hopkins. 
Arthur Pond. 
John B. Walsh. 
J* dm A. Mitchell. 
George I . McKibben. 
T. E. Crider. 
Eli B. Shaw. 
Benj. Thompson. 
Wm. Sharon. 
Geo. H. Hill. 
James A. Brown. 
Isaac P. Farmer. 
Samuel M. Moore. 
Harvey L. Weber. 
J. D. Varney. 
Eli Annacost. 
T. S. Wight. 
L. B. Dennison. 
A. W. Judson. 
Chas. W. Bowland. 
T. K. Perdue. 
Josiah Kiimear. 
Lucius B. Fraker. 
W. R. White. 
E. L. F. Phelps. 
L. Riddle. 
J. W. Gather. 
J. A. Hasbrook. 
Edwin Phifer. 
A. H. Colwell. 
Jacob Jarvis. 

D. P. Hudson. 
Z. A. Kag. 
Jas. Davis. 

J. C. Calhoun. 
L. B. Mensnard. 

E. C. Jones. 
Henry Ixwis. 

J. N. Ueadington. 
H. N. Munson. 
J. K. C. Brown. 
A. R. Pilser. 
S. A. Buchanan. 
Thoj*. C. Brown. 
G » ). Meiasiier, Jr. 
Wm. Reeder. 
J. W. Canfield. 
Samuel Bull. 
A. 1). SheMon. 
R. H. Ashworih. 
Marcus Schuler. 
J. H. Ronzer. 
Arthur Okey. 
John Hi Her. 
J. F. Eiliiott. 



86 



ANNUAL REPORT 8E0RETARY OF STATE. 



Recobdbbs and Survbyobs — Conclnded. 



Counties. 


County Seats. 


Recorders. 


SurveyoiB. 


Morrow 


Mt. Gilead 


C. L. Van Brimer « 


B. J. Ashley. 
L. W. Doane. 


Moskingam... 
Noble 


Zanesyille 


Dayid Zimmer 


Caldwell 


E. W. Wickham 


L. D. Merry. 
Smith Motley. 
Thos. H. B. Bashore. 


Ottawa 


Port Clinton 

Paulding 


Chfls. C. True 


PaoldinflT 


Isaiah Richards » 

Chas. H. Tinker 


PeiTv 


New Lexington.... 

Circleville „ 

Waverly 


John D. Minaugh. 
Wm. C. Row. 


Pickaway 

Pike 


Jno. McCrady 


Jno. L. Stir 


B. F. West 


Portatre 


Ravenna 


Philo Bierce 


J. Cole. 


Preble 


Eaton „ 

Ottawa 


J. W. Ammerman 


F. M. Davidson. 


Patnam 


Leroy M. Ludwisr 


E. W. Dimock. 


Richland 


Mansfield 


Wm. F. Voeirele 


0. T. Stewart. 


Ross 


Chillicothe 


Daniel Wilhelm 


Wm. P. DeLong. 
Louis A. Dickson. 


Sandusky 

Scioto 


Fremont 


Jno. R. Conklin 


Portsmouth 


Wesley Reddish 


R. B. Shumway. 
Samuel Nighswander. 
Philip Ratterman. 
Wm. H. Martin. 


Seneca 


Tiffin 


Jno. H. Bennehoff 


Shelby 


Sidney 


H. Gartley 


Stark 


Clinton. 


Jno. W. Barnaby 

A. A. Bartlett 

H. J. Barnes 

Daniel Wyss 

Gporjre Jordan 

W. P. Wolcott 


Sdmniit.... 


Akron 


Charles E. Perkins. 


Trumbull 


Warren 


E. E. Blanchard. 


Tuscarawas ... 
Union 


New Philadelphia. 
Marysville 


0. H. Hoover. 
F. J. Sager. 
W. B. Jones. 


Van Wert 


Van Wert 


Vinton 


McArthur 


Cyrus C. Mo3re 


Richard Craig. 
F. A. Born. 


Warren 


Lebanon 


Chas. H. Enlass 


Washington... 
Wayne 


Marietta 


Jos P. Ward 


A. A. Hollister. 


Wooster 


Henry Marshall 


J. C. Brinkerhoff. 


Williams 


Bryan 


Thomas J. Coslet 


F. M. Priest. 


Wood 


Bowling Green 

Upper Sandusky .. 


Theodore Alexander 

S. Tnman .M. 


Ferdinand Wenz. 


Wyandot 


Wm. C. Gear. 







CORONERS. 



Counties. 



County Seat?. 



Coroners. 



Adams | West Union .., 

Allen Lima 

Ashland t Ashland 

Ashtabula Jefferson 

Athens Athens 

Auglaize i Wapakoneta.. 

Belmont St.V,Clair8ville. 

Brown Georiaretown .. 

Butler Hamilton 

Carroll Carrollton 



Champaign . 
Clarke 



Urbana 

Springfield 



John W. Nelson 

Peter K. Brooks 

Daniel Ambrose 

D. G. Palmer 

Waldo Baird 

Jas. T. Moore , 

ThoP. Garrett 

D. B. Young 

Wm. Spencer 

Jas. Stackhouse 

Samuel M. Mosgrove 
J. L. Colman 






1882 
188a 
1885 
1882 
1885 
1882 
1882 
1882 
1883 
1882 
1882 
1883 



COUKTY OFFICERS. 



87 



Coroners— Continaed. 



Counties. 



Clermont . ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton ... 
Crawford . ... 
Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie.„ 

Fairfield .... 

Fayette 

Franklin ..... 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hamilton^... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison ..... 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning ... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Pauldiug 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 



County Seats. 



Batavia 

Wilmington 

New Lbbon 

Coshocton 

Bucyrus 

Cleveland 

Greenville 

Defiance 

Delaware .« 

Sandusky City 

Lancaster 

Washington C. H. 

Columbus 

Wauseon.i 

Gallipolis 

Chardon 

Xenia 

Cambridge 

Cincinnati 

Findlay 

Kenton 

Cadiz „ 

Napoleon 

Hillsborough 

Logan 

Millersburg 

Norwalk 

Jackson 

Steuben ville 

Mt. Vernon 

Painesville 

Ironton 

Newark., 

Bellefontaine 

Elyria 

Toledo 

London 

Youngstown 

Marion 

Medina 

Pomeroy 

Celina 

Troy 

Woodsfield 

Dayton 

McConnelsville .... 

Mt. Gilead 

Zanesville , 

Caldwell 

Port Clinton , 

Paulding 

New Lexington.... 

Circleville 

Waverly 

Ravenna 

E^ton 



Coroners. 



Thos. H. Phillips ... 

C. J. Ent 

John Kirk 

Isaac Vance 

J. Hauseburg 

Herman Bock 

David C. Oliver 

D. P. Aldrich 

Jas. H. Hughes 

El wood Stanley 

•8. Sturgeon 

F. H. Knott , 

Patrick A. Egan , 

G. W. Hartman 

E. G. Alcom 

O. A. Dimmick 

C. M. Galloway , 

J. H. ^archet 

C. S. Muscroft 

J. C. Trich 

Wm. H. Ward 

John S. McBean 

R. M. Cloud 

A. N. Bunn 

Daniel Heft 

S.P.Wise 

Edwin Holliday 

B. F. Smith 

Thos. T. Fogg 

A. T.Fulton 

Henry M. Mosher .. 
N. K. Moxley, Jr.... 
George W. Yearley. 

A. L. Wright.... 

R. E. Brannon 

G. A. Hollister 

Tim. Haley 

H. H. Hawn 

A. B. McMurray 

A. Saunders 

Jacob Schaf er 

J. N. Hitzler 

J. G. Senour 

James Anderson 

W. P. Treon 

Andrew Airick 

J. L. Williams 

G. W. Griffee 

Wm. 8. Bebout 

Geo. Woodward 

Alvin P. Dix 

Cuthbert Stobbs 

Jacob A. Long 

Daniel L. Sailor 

A. H. Barlow 

R. D. Higgins 




1882 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1883 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1883 

1883 

1883 

1883 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 

1882 

1882 

1883 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1883 

1882 

1883 

1882 

1882 



88 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Coroners — Concluded. 



Counties. 


County Seats. 


Coroners. 


Year when 
elected. 


Putnam 


Ottawa 


Henry J. Rader 

W. S. Mecklem 


1883 


Richland 


Mansfield 


1883 


Robs 


Chillicothe 


M. Bonner 


1882 


Sanduskv 


Fremont 


C. F. Reiff 


1883 


Scioto 


Portsmouth 


F. L. Srillraan 


1883 


Seneca 


Tiffin 


Edward LeoDer .* 


1883 


Shelby 


Sidney 

Canton 


Wm. R. Kive 


1HH3 


Stark 


A. C. Brant 


1882 


Summit 


Akron 


B. B. Brashear 


1882 


Trumbull 


Warren « 


Wm. H. Fox 


1883 


Tuscarawas 


New Philadelphia 

Marvsville 


Geo. W. Bowers 


1882 


Union 


W. H. Mowry 


1882 


Van Wert 


Van Wert 


Wra. Fronefield 


1883 


Vinton 


^IcArthur 


J. J. Shockey 


1883 


Warren 


Lebanon 


J. B. Graham 


1882 


Washincfton 


Marietta 


B. C. Gale 


1883 


Wavne 


Wooster.* 


Jno. Brant , 


1882 


Williams 


Bryan .• 


Frank 0. Hart 


1882 


Wood .\ 


Bowlinir Green 


Jos. Hess 


1883 


Wvandot 


Upper Sandusky 


J. N. Nelson 


1882 









COMMISSIONERS. 



Counties. 



Elected— 1883. 



Elected— 1882. 



•Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula .... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

X.#1A 1 1\7I •••••• ••••• 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana .. 
Coshocton .... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 



John Martin 

Charles C. Marshall... 

John Martin 

Calvin Dodge 

Willis G. HiVkman 

John A. Werst 

Morris Cope 

John A. Jennings 

Eli Long 

Zephaniah Keyes 

Alex. T. McBeth 

Jonathan S. Kitchen .. 

Jonathan R. Shaw 

Jonas Wat kins 

Hugh McFall 

Samuel Neldon 

Peter Bauer 

Geo. A. Schlatter beck. 

John II. Corwin 

Martin Struble 

Geo. W. Jones 



Wm. Mc(iomey 

Abram Crider 

N. J. Cresson 

E. P. Barker 

J. W. Murphy 

George Van Oss. ... 

Owen Mt-ekhnn 

S. W. Pickerill 

Thos. Slade 

Wm. Davis 

George W. Roberts. 

D. W. Rawlings 

A. Heywood 

D. M. Collett 

L. F. McKenzie 

V. Ferguson 

Charles Keplinger.. 

Patrick Smith , 

Samuel Wilson 

Levi Colby , 

J. C. Ryant 



Elected— 1881. 



John V. Claxton. 
JoReph A, Slates. 
James Wharton. 
William T. Simonds. 
Wm. H. Curfman. 
Daniel Fochet, Jr. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
lioss Wise. 
A. G. MfKeon. 
Charles H. Scott. 
J. H. Runvan. 
David G. Cory. 
E. D. Titus. 
Carey Clook. 
Jacob Vanfossan. 
C. Lorenz. 
Jacob Burkley. 
Benj. F. Phinney. 
John P. Frederick. 
David Travis. 
Louis Bush. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



89 



Commissioners— Continned. 



Counties. 


Elected— 1883. 


Elected— 188^. 


Elected— 1881. 


Erie 


Victor C. Turner 

Isaac Kerns 


James Douelass 


John Homegardner. 
E. S. Miller. 


Fairfield 


Henrv Loncel 


Fayette 


W. J. H'^rnev 


R. S. Southerland 

William Wall 


Robert Eyer. 
Josiah C. Lunn. 


Franklin 


Joseph M. Briggs 

C. H. Van Ostrand 

Joseph Howard 


Fulton 


Charles Blake 


R. H. Scott. 


Gallia 


John Mnlabv 


Jacob Riggs. 
Daniel II. Truman. 


Oeauga 


Levi K. Locv 


William W. Wilber.... 
Alfred Johnson 


Oreene 


H. W.Conklin 


John S. Stevenson. 


Guemsev 


J. B. Hartley 


John Shipman 


A. W. Nicholson.. 


Hamilton 


Georare Wabintz 


H. B. Kuhl 


William H. Hill. 


Hancock 


J. M. Morehead 


Charles S. KHlv 


Andrew S. Beck. 


Hardtn 


Wm. M. Neville 

M. B. Fierbaugh 

Wm. H. Bookt^r 


Charles W. Ruroser... 

John Miller 

James Connollv 


Moses Kennedy. 
E. W. Phillips. 
Henry Rolers. 
Frank Lad<l. 


Harrison 


Hennr 


Hishfand 


C. P. Sanders 


Davi<i Jackson 


Hocking 


Henrv Trimm«-r 


R. Koshner 


Wm. II. Woodruff. 


Holmes 


Jacob Schmidt 


H. H. Robinson 


Simeon Snow. 


Huron... 


John T. Townsend 

Stephen M. Tripp 

Wi liam White 


George Simmons 

John Williams 


Alex. Lewis. 


Jackson 


Pleasant Springer. 
Amos Parsons. 


Jefferson 


James Ball 


Knox 


Jacob Ross 


James H. McFarland.. 

S. C. Carpenttr 

W. W. Wiseman 

G. A. Clefton 


Thomas J. WcTlfe. 


Lake 


Joseph Jerome 

Anderson Miller 

Henrv Shinlev 


E. B. Griswolel. 


Lawrence 


M. T. Ridenour. 


Licking 


Allen B. Coffman. 


Losan .« 


Jas. AI. Putnam 


R. P. Larkins 


John Harrod. 


Lorain... 


Alfred Fanoer 


W. M. Crandall 


Edward P. Burrell. 


Lucas 


John Rvan 


F. R. Warren 


I. C. Wemert. 


Aladison 


D. D. Sanford 


Charles IL Beall 

John Gault 


Henry Lilley. 
Frank Mc Master. 


Mahoning 


Andrew D. McClurg .. 
Wilson Imbodv 


Marion 


Samuel Mahaffey 

Geo. M. Ganyafd 

J. H. Henderson 

William I^acv 


Geonre Retterer. 


Medina 


S. B. Rosrers 


Frank Mills. 


Meim 


Stenhen D. Webb . . 


John HoUidav. 


Mercer.. 


John H. Siebert 

J. C. Henderson 

John Ruby 

John Munger 

William R. Jones 

Jacob B. Miller 


James B. Snvder. 


Miami « 


William Johnson 

Jonathan Lienellen 

H. C. Marshall 


Mordecai Clark. 


Monroe 


N. D. Gardner. 


Montgomery 

Morgan 


George W. Purcell. 
L. J. Coburn. 


L. B. Simpson 


Morrow 


James Atkinson 

James S. Copelaml 

William W. Collins.... 

John Andrews ' 

Martin N. Utley 

John Jenkins 


J. C. Swetland. 


Muskingum 

Noble 


Wm. T. Maher 

Julius R. Grones. 

Lee Whitmore...'. 

Frank M. Wade 

L. II. Kennedy 

Geo. Betts 

Geo. Brodbeck 

John L. Thompson 

Harvey Paddock 

Wm. Boehmer 


Ed wan! Butrel. 
Isaac Crow. 


Ottawa 


Hiram Ransom. 


PauhliufiT ........... 


(reorge W. Sowers. 
Nathan Plank. 


Perrv 


Pickawav 


Dill Weiirhand 


William H. Mowory. 
Reuben S. Slarns. 


Pike 


Leander Lvdick 


Portage 


Orrin Smyth , 

Samuel Coovert 

Fred. Unterbrink 

Levi Dick 

Austin Peeple 

Brvan O'Connor i 


A. B. Mnrrill. 


Preble 


Henrv Furrav. 


Putnam 


John H. George. 
John F. Murphey. 
Simon R. »I)ickFon. 


Hichland 


Christian Baer 


Ro*»s 


C. H. Rentinger 

D. S. Tinn«-v 


^anduskv 


Norton G. Rathburn. 


Scioto 


Charles Winter 

Edward Childs , 

Christian Kingseed — 

Alonzo Smith 

KingJ. EUet 

Joel Bushnell > 

Wm. E. Lash 1 


L. W. Elliott 


Charles A. Goddard 


Seneca 


D. P. Lvnch 


William T. Histe. 


Shelby 


John Linker 

John M. Shelter 


John E. Bush. 


SUtrk„ 


John C. Girwiff. 


Summit 


Hiram Hart 


David C. Miller. 


Trumbull 


John L. Smith 


A. V. Crouch. 


Tuscarawas 


Samuel Reefer 


Henry B. Keffer. 



90 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF 8TATE. 



CoMMissioNEBa— Ck>ncladed . 



County. 


Elected 1883. 


Elected— 1882. 


Elected— 1881. 


Union 


Nathan Howard 


Lather Limrett. 


Uriah Cahill. 


Van Wert 


David J. Davies 


R. R. Mcl^ermut. 

Henry Dndleson 

E. K. Snoak 


Henry Rumble. 
Isaac V. Brewer. 


Vinton :.... 


Columhus Johnson..... 
Perrv Lukens 


Warren 


Wm. J. CoUett. 


Washington 

Wajme 


J. M. Fearson 


B. J. Williamson 

John McGlenen 


PhUUp Maltem. 
Wesley 8pangler. 
Eli Wisman. 


Isaiah Bvall 


Williams 


Alfred Riley 


Joseph Grnk 


Wood 


Wm. Duninace 


Samuel R. Jenkins 

A. H. Vanoisdall » 


Solomon Fries. 


Wvandot 


Geo. Hamer.. 


Jno. K. Hare. 









JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



91 



JtSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Names of Justices. 



ADAJCS eOUNTl'. 



Henry Scott 

8Amael B. Grooms.... 

M. A. Scott. 

John N. Case 

Allen V. Hutson 

Isaac Washburn 

J. R. MabnflTey , 

John H. McNeil... 

John Plummer 

Absalom Day 

M. V, Williamson 

Samuel A. Chapman 

Band Nixon....... 

Ad. D. Slnirer 

William Hill 

Elliott H. Collins 

T. R Manning 

W. W. Ellison. 

Wm.M. Smith 

I*aac Stevenson , 

D. S. Eylar .-. 

James Copeland„ 

Harrison T. Massle.... 

G<^o^ge F. Palmer 

John W. McClung 

Cary F. Hall J: 

James E. Pangburn..., 

George W.Slders 

J. RGnstln 



ALLEN OOUKTY. 



Thomas Grubb 

A.D. Miller 

David N. Hover 

H. n. Crepps 

Philip Keil. 

Jacob Boose „ 

Stephen D. Crites,... 

Henry Blosser.. 

Daniel Younkman . 

T. W. Corbet 

A. J. Mell 

Robert Auchrauty ., 

Oliver Polli.g 

D. N.Geugler 

C C. Marshall _., 

J. O Stout 

Gideon Ditto 

G. W. Brlggs„ 

John n. i^hapm><n.. 

O. A. Light 

William WllBon„ 

John G. Roberts 

J»mes Nicholas, Sr. 

William A. Wolf 

W. K. Armstrong ... 
Hugh M. H111.....T.... 
John N- Uncapher .. 



ABIILAND CX>UNTY. 



Townships. 



TJffln ... 
tt 

ftprigg"' 

«t 

Liberty* 

tt 

Wayne . 

tt 

Scott 

it 

Meigs... 



JefTerson 
tt 

Green 

tt 



tt 

Monroe... 
tt 

Franklin 



Winchester.. 

tt 

Oliver '.'. 



it 



Manchester, 

Bratton 

it 



Amanda. 



tt 



Auglaize 

it 

Bath 

tt 



German 



tt 



Jackson „. 
it 

Monroe.... 
tt 

Marion .... 
tt 



tt 

Ottawa 
tt 

Perry ... 
tt 



Richland 

ft 



Sugar Creek, 
it 



Shawnee 



tt 



Spencer, 
ti 



Frederick Smith ' Hanover 

William Vance | •» 

Silas C. Parker i Green ;. 

Joseph D. Mumper •• 

W. O. Porter I Vermillion 

Wade Armentrout ' ** 



Post-office address. 



West Union. 
It 

Brady vllle ... 

tt 



Ben ton vllle.. 
Hill's Fork.... 
West Union . 
Cherry Fork 



tt 



YoungsvlUe 

May Hill 

Dunbarton 

Peebles Station. 
Blue Creek 



tt 



Vanceburg, Ky 

St"Uts, Ohio 

Wagoner's Ripple. 

Vinegar Hill 

Concord, Ky 

Locust Grove 



tt 

Winchester 

tt 



Wheat Ridge.. 
DunkinMvlTle. 
Manchester... 

Lovelt's 

May Hill 



Allentown 



It 



West Newton 
W' at Minster 

Lima 

it 

Eiida."!!!"!!!;! 

Allentown ...., 
Hf-rrlng 

it 

Cairo V.V.'.V.V. 



ti 



Scott's Crossing. 

Landeck 

Delphos 

Lima 

tt 

South Warsaw.. 

it 

Beaver Dam 

Blufflon 

Gomer 

it 

Lima 

tt 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 



Jan. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Dec. 
April 



Nov. 



April 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Spenc^-rville. 
it 



Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



Loudonville ' Oct.J 

*' I June 

Perrysvllle I April 

McKay i 

Hayes vllle ' 

■^tt I 



19,1886 

19, 1886 

18.1886 

18, 1886 

18,1886 

9,1884 

9.1884 

19, 1885 

10,1886 

10,1886 

10,1886 

14,1885 

10, 1886 

18,1884 

18, 1885 

9, 18»l 

14,1885 

10,1886 

P, 1884 

14,1885 

9, loc>4 

9,1884 

18.1885 

10,1886 

16,1886 

10, 1886 

17,1885 

", Joc»4 

6,1886 



11,1884 
11,1886 
11,1884 
20,1884 
11,1886 
16,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1884 
15,1886 
18,1886 
11, 1886 
15,1885 
11, 1886 
11, 1886 
11, 1884 
11, 1886 
15, 1H85 
II, \bm 
18, 1886 
•20,1884 
11,1884 
11,1886 
2 

20,1884 
24, 1885 
15,'1885 



18,' 1886 
8,1885 

15, IN* 
7, 1886 
7, 1886 
7,1886 



5)2 



ANNUAL REPORT BEORETARY OF STATE. 



Justices of the Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



. Ashland County— Continued, 



John D. Jone« 

Asa H. Keed 

Cyrus Plank 

George W. Miller 

<ieorgp W. Artiiian... 

Paul K'^lghtley 

Ddnl*-! Heniiinghoff. 

Enoch Wert man 

'(ieorge Hartman 

John CJlhson 

George Masters 

John Singer 

John H. I'aj'lor 

John D. Phelps 

C. F. Drake 

M. J. Rogers , 

John Kantzer 

Sparks Bird 

Oeorge \Vliil)igler.... 

Josfph Heichel 

Thomas Seft^m 

Peter H. (Jreenluin... 

Jacob Fast 

Joha Berry 



ASHTAnri,A tX)UNTY. 



W. r.. Whitney 

F. K. Jones 

Marion Brown 

A. C. Stevens 

A.J. Wiilpple 

fklward Allen 

F. H. Mason 

George S. Jones 

Mervin (ioddard..., 
NeNon G. Hyde .... 

E. E. (iowdy 

C L. Sampson 

J. r. Talcott 

Erlend Morgan 

Jonathan Warden. 

Burt Brett 

W. H. Gardner 

Jos. T). Bugbee 

Sela ('. Merrell 

W. E. Orcutt 

J. K. McNutt 

Rodney Marsh 

W. n. Dodge 

E. S. Mor««e 

JoKoph >Tu'h'tt 

O. K. hMtlmer 

Woster Benjamin. 
Charles McNutt .... 
(\ S. .Melut sh 

B. B. Smith 

A. (\ Dibble 

Otis Biir>jess 

E. J.Smitli 

P. F. Marvin 

J.ieonIdas Reeve .... 

John (»ee 

John sa.xton 

L. !>. Bennett 

Phllo Andrews 

J. F. Burr 

CUHrles Williams . 

C. L. Wilcox 

Thomas Fricker.... 

E. W. Richards 

C. T. Sunbury 

Austin Jenings..... 

v. O. Wiley 

H. N. Bushnell 

F. J. Brewster 



Townships. 



Post-ofHco address. 



Montgomery. 



it 



Orange 

(4 

MItflin. 



Milton 



Clear Creek 



*i 



Ruggles. 
Troy 



i» 



Sullivan. 

4< 

l^ke 



Ashland .. 

Nankin .... 

<( 

Mllflin....".'! 

Ashland .. 
it 

Savnnnah 

(( 

Ruggles 

Nova 

Sullivan..., 



Mohecan 



Perry 



Jackson 



McZena 

Mohecan .... 
Jerome V 11 le 

Mohecan , 

Rows 

Red Haw 

Polk 

.\lbion 



Expiration 
of term. 



Windsor.. 
Wayne .... 
Trunilmll. 
Sheffield.., 



4t 



Rome 

Richmond 
Plymouth 

Orwell 

New Lyme 

Lenox 

J' tlerson ... 



Hartsgrove. 

Geneva .... 

it 



Austin burg 

Ashtabuls..., 

Andover .... 

.\U8tinburg 
tt 

Hartsgrove.. 
New Lyme 
Kingsviile... 



Windsor .Mills... 

Lindenville 

Trumbull 

Gageville 

(irigg's Corners. 

Rome 

lA'on 

Jefferson 

Orwell 

New Lyme 

Rowenton 

Jett'erson 

ti 

Hart.«grove 

Geneva 



April 



Oct. 
April 



Nov. 
April 
Oct, 
April 

Jan. 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 
Nov. 
Oct. 



April 



Saybrook 

t'herry Valley 

Plymouth 

Windsor 

Conneaut 



Willlanisfield 

Andover 

Colebrook _ 



Harpersfleld 



Cherry Valley 

Dorset 

Smv brook 

WJiyne 

Jet!» rson 

A^-htabula 

Klchmond 

Conneaut 

Monroe 



Mechanlcsville.... 

HarlH>r 

West Andover 

AuKtInburg 

Kugleville 

Hart.»«gro\e 

South New Lyme 
North Klnjcsville. 

Kintfsvllle 

Sayl>n»ok 

Wf'st Andover 

Kast Plyiiiouih.... 

Winds(»r 

South Kldge 

.Vniboy 

''onueaut 

Williamslleld 

A ntlover 

Colebrook 



Oct. 



April 



•t 



ITnionville 

HMrpcrsllthl .... 
riierry Val'ey... 

DorsHi 

Ashtabula 

LlndenvllU* 

.Tolferson 

A'-htiibula 

Kit-hniond 

Conneaut 

KellogsvIHe 

Monroe Center. 
Clark's Corners. 



Oct. 



t May 
April 



7,1886 

7.1886 

7,1886 

19, 18g4 

11, 1>«5 

11, 1K85 

11,1885 

7, 1886 

7,1886 

24, 1885 

17, 18M5 

19, 1884 

7, lhH4 

11, 1885 

12,1884 

17, 1H85 

11, 1885 

7, 1886 

1% 1M85 

7, 1K86 

17, 1SH5 

11. 18H5 

4, lNv4 

17, 1885 



9,1886 
9, IHKtt 
9, IKS6 
9 1S86 
9.1886 
9, 1886 
9,1886 
9, 1886 
9,1886 
9,1886 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 

6, 1886 
9, 1888 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 

7, 1885 
7, 1.NK5 

7, 1KV> 

7, 1-85 
7, 1885 
7, lh85 
7, 1^8.5 

7, 1KX> 

^ 1KS.> 

a. J8>."» 
■i, 1^> 

:i, I8JN> 

8, 18SJ 
.*{, 1MK5 
a, 1S85 

a, i^<> 

3, l.HX.-) 
:i, l>vs.> 
7, ISH4 
7, 18H4 
7, l.vt4 
, 1K84 
7, 1H.*M 
7, 1884 
1, 1884 
1, 1884 
I, 1884 
1, 1884 
1,1884 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



9S 



Justices op thb Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



AafUitbuta Omnty— Continued. 



H. J. Stone 

L. C. Reeve 

F.C.Cook 

William Nelson. 
E. J. Adams. 



Townships. 



(Jeorge W. Elmore ' Lenox 



Orwell 

Rome 

WUHamsfield 

Trumbull 

Windsor 



Post-ollice address. 



OrweP 

Rom*- 

Weht Wllliampfleld. 

Trumbull 

Windsor Mills.. 

Lenox 



Expiration, 
of term. 



/ 



B. W. Phillips 

M. A. Leounrd 

I». L. Huntley 

R. W. ralvin 

John J. H€>yt 

Edward Kenniih 

Henrj- D. «'leveland, 
Juhn II. Hutherland 



Dorset Dorset .... 

Pierpoiit Plfri>ont 



Ashtabula. 



it 



Ashtabula. 



Morgan ' Rock Creek, 



Denmark ' North Sheffield. 

** Denmark 



ATHENS COCXTY. 



John Boden 

H. T. Hull 

S. II. Stephenson... 

W. s. Winiaimi. 

Warren North rop.. 

J N. Hnnds 

KriHlorlrk Slalder... 

W. ( . Hlekman 

E. T. Rose 

Samuel KlU'h 

Wit Ham Golden 

E. W. Johnson 

P. T. Busfhe 

John WhittlnKton 

(ieo. E. Henry 

R. A. Constable , 

J. A. MrKei- 

S. L. Mathews 

John F. Camp 

W. J, Warren ner... 

B. F. Shamel 

A. W. Durfee 

N. B, Owens 

E. Hanson , 

I>. J. Cnnny 

r\ rus Blazer 

H. M. Crlpi»en 

William jL-rters 

J. W. Joneti , 

S. .S. Boelie 

P. \V. WjiMon 

D. D. Dowler 

Aanoi lueker 

Arnold lllli 

Joseph J. Lane 



Waterloo... 

Lodl 

Dov- r.. ........ 

Lodl 

Ale.snndor. 

Trimble 

Ame.s 

York 

Athens 

Tn.y 

.Vtliens 

Troy 

Rome 

Carthage.... 

Hern 

Alliens 

Dov er 

Alexander 

York 

Ames 

AlexundtT. 

Ames , 

Canaan 

Bern 

Lee 

Carthage... 

Rome 

Lodl 

Trimble 

Kome 

WaterltK).. 
Canaan 



J 



.Marshfleld 

Hulls 

Ch luncey 

Sliad<' 

Hebbarilsvllle 

Trimble 

Athens 

Nelsonvllle 

vVlhens 

Lairobe 

Athens 

Hoeklngport... 

Frost 

Lottrldge 

Amesviile 

.Athens 

.Mlllfleld 

Pleusaiifm 

Nels»>nvlllv .... 
A nii'svllle. ....*.. 

Ple.iJ'antifn 

.VmeHville 

Canaanville.,.. 

Hlantsville 

I^'e 

Shade 

Dig Kuu 

Pleasanton 

TrliMble 

Beebe 

Miiierail 

Cannnnvflle.... 



it 



Al'liLAIZB COUNTY. 



I. L. Wheelpr 

F. H. L. Nleter 

ir4H>. HutehlMwon 

Robt. Montgomery... 

<i«*j. Van <»ss 

Simon Robblns 

iin*. Halier 

N. T. S. Nt» le 

G. R.Oary 

Shem .Veese 

Jame- W. Shaw 

John S. Buteh^ 

Arnold P. Rlnebart. 

James A. Doble 

Jamea Slack „ 

Charlen Frlt«ch 

G«o. Lltni»ert. 

Jm»ob D. Flke 

John Olynn 

Geo. M. nogerv. 



York Buchtel 



Duchouquet Crldersvllle .... 

iiernian ; New Brenien.., 

Wayne j Waynesfield... 

Washington i Wapakoneta. 

Jaekson Minster 

Salem i Kossuth 



t. 



Noble 

Goshen 

L' gan 

Clay 

Logan 

Union 

Clay 

Washington. 
Ht Mary's..... 
Pucheta 



St. Mary's 

New Hampshire. 

Buck land 

St. John's 

Buckland 

Unlopolls 

De Lois 

New Knoxvllle.. 

St. Mary's 

Freyburg 

St. Mary^s 



Noiile...., 

Moulton I Glynnwood 

Duchouquet ! Wapakoneta 



April 


11,1884 




11,1884 




11, 1884 




11,1884 




11, lh84 




11,1884 




11, IWM 




11,1884 


Dec. 


6, 1886 


Nov. 


8, 1880 


O. t. 


18, IHK« 


May 


2, 188« 


Oct. 


1", 188« 




18, 1886 


Jan. 


2.5, 1884 


April 


11, 1884 




11, 1884 




11, 18H4 




11, 1884 




11, I^H4 




0, IJS84 


Nov. 


2»>, lh84 


April 


11, 1*^8.5 




11. 18>5 




11, 18K> 




11, I8*<5 




11,1S85 




11, 1885 




11, 18S5 


May 


6, 18K."> 


Oct. 


18. 1H8.^ 




IS, 1HK5 


Dee 


14, 18Ki 


April 


6, lN<<i 




6, \um 




»), lhN6 




6, l>Wi 




ti, l8Ni 




6, lh86 




6, isstt 




0, 1886 




(5, 1KK6 




6, 1886 




6, \HS{i 


Aug. 


«, IKSO 


Oel. 


2b, lh8« 




m, 1KS6 




2(1, 18>U 


Nov. 


24, \im 


April 


fl, 1884 




9, 1KH4 




9, l^M 




9, lht<4 




9, 1HH4 




9, 1884 


OL 


17, 18>4 




17, IJ'M 




17, I^H4 




17, lh84 


April 


11, 1S85 




11,1885 




11, 1885 




11, 1885 




11, 188.5 




11, 1885 




11, 1885 




11, 1885 


Oct 


12, 1^85 


April 


4,1886 



^4 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices op the Peace— Cod tin aed. 



Names of Justloes. 



Auglaize County— CorUintied, 



¥, C. Buhr 

Asa Hardin 

Michael Ennls 

E. F. GroHS 

W. H. H. Burden 

J. P. Hchmieder 

Edward Purpus 

A. H. Berry 

Cicero Sillln 

<'orneliu8 Winegardner. 



Townships. 



BEI^MONT COUNTY. 



Duchouquet 

Union 

8t. Mary's 

Gosh«n 

Jackson 

German 

Wayne 

Moulton 



Post-office address. 



Wapakoneta. 

Unlopolls 

.St. Mary's 



tt 



New Hampshire 

Minster 

New Bremen , 

Wiiynesfleld 

Wapal?oneta 



Pusheta Frey burg 



Andrew Alexander. 

M. C. Mitchell 

J. A. Manis 

R. W. James 

Jonas Perlclns 

Henry M. Davles .... 

John Mc Niece 

A. McKelvey 

Henry Sine , 

Win. S. Wesley 

Levi starltey 

F. C. Koblnson 

John S. Slmeral „...., 

E. H. Lucas 

Patrlcic A. Craig , 

Henry Stldd 

John Ci. Owens 

Hamilton Bigley...., 

David M. navies , 

Allen Floyd 

James McKean 

George Criswell 

L. H. (irt*»n 

W. F. Outland 

Wm. Bnrber 

J.iineK KeUey 

A. M. Workman 

John Coloman 

John J. Heskett 

Lee Evans 

Miles R. Hart 

A. .M. Carter 

p. E. Howell 

Wm. G. C^ash 

A.G.King 

L. W. Kemp 

Thos. Brokard 

Thomas C. Mercer.... 

E. B. Arm»itrong 

J. W. Martin 

W. 1\ Heilges 

W. W. Groves 

James H. Cope 

M. M. Scott, 



Richland.. 

Pease 

Flushing.. 
Kirk wood 



Richland 

Smith „ 

Meade , 

Union 

Richland 

Flushing 

Pease , 

Washington. 

Smith 

Meade „ 

Wayne 

York 

Union , 

Richland 

Warren , 

Pultney 



St. Clairsvlllc.. 
Martin's Ferry 

Flushing 

Hendry sburg... 



BKOWN COUNTY. 



Marion Wilson 

A. (J. Flte 

F. F.Shaw 

H. H. Jones 

Milton Fox 

V. B. Creager 

Louis F. Walthar. 

John Reevts 

James Campbell... 

E K.Early 

A. B. Brooks 

J. O. Liming 

John Stevenson... 

A. Henderson 

Absalom Brooks.. 



York 

Somerset 

Union 

Pultney 

Meade „ , 

Wheeling 

Goshen 

Wayne 

Smfth 

Somerset 

Peiise , 

Flushing 

Wayne 

Washington. 

Union 

Coleraln , 

Washington. 
(Joshen , 



(t 



Klrkwood. 
C«.Ierain.... 
York 



Sterling.. 
Pleasant. 

Union 

Green 

Perrj' 

Sterling . 

Lewis 

Perry 



it 



I.<ewis 

Pike 

Clark .... 

Byrd 

Jackson 
Green.... 



St. Clalrsvllle .... 

Warnock 

Key 

Morristown 

St. Clalrsvllle 

Flushing 

Bridgeport 

.Armstrong Mills. 

Demos 

Key 

Hunter 

Powhatan 

Morristown 

St. Clalrsvllle 

Barnesville 

Bellalre 

Powhatan 

Atlas 

Morristown 

Poorman 

Businessburg. 

St. Clalrriville 

Bethesda 

Hunter 

Demos 

Somerton 

Bridgeport 

Flushing 

Hunter 

Ar.usirong MilU.. 

Union Town 

Cope 

ArniKtrong Mills. 

Pilcher 

Bethesda 

Hendrysburg 

Cope 

Powhatan 



Expiration 
of term. 



April i, 1886 
4, 1886 
4, 1886 
4, 1886 
4,1886 
4,1886 
4,1886 
4,1886 

Oct. 24, 1886 
24, 1886 



Oct. 



Jan. 
ApHl 



Oct. 

Jan. 
April 



April 



Eastwood 

Georgetown. 

Ripley 

Mt. Orab 

FayettevlUe. 

Eastwood 

Higginsport. 
FayettevlUe 



tt 



Feesbung 

Ix>cust Ridge. 
HamersvUie.. 

Decatur 

Winchester... 
Union Plains 



Oct. 
Dec. 



Mar. 
April 



Oct 

Jan. 
April 



21, 1886 
21, 1866 
21, 1886 
21, 1S86 
18, ISM 
10, 18M 
10, 1884 
10, 18fq 
10, 1884 
lU, 18K4 
10, 18M 
10, l^M 
10, 18H4 
10, 1884 
10,1884 
16, 1884 
16,1884 
29, 1885 
16, 1885 
16, 18S.) 
16, 18N.5 
16, 18KS 
16,18^ 
16, 1885 
16, 18M5 
16, 1H85 
16,1885 
16, 1885 
16, 1885 
16, 18K5 
16,1885 
16, 18So 
16, 1886 
16,1885 
16, 18^) 
6, 1886 
6, 1886 
6, 1K«6 
6, lKri6 
6, 1886 
6. IN^ 
21, 1H80 
21, 1886 
19,1886 



24,1884 
18, 1884 
18, 1884 
18,1884 
18, 1884 
18,1884 
26,1884 
18, 1884 
21,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 



JU6TICE8 OF THE PEACE. 



95 



Justices of tub Pxacb— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Brown Ckmnty— Continued, 



Joaepb Kerr. 

Manle Beasley 

H. L. Hedrtck.- 

Homuel EvftOJi. 

Samuel Williamson. 

T. B. McChesney 

George Lyons 

U H. Williams. 

G. A. Jennings. 

James R. Ervin 

K R, Kincaid 

James McCall 

James Case 

Frank L. Lindsay.... 

Isaac Waters. 

Nelson Long 

I). E. Emraons 

Joseph List. 

Fountain Inskcep...., 
M. It. Kitterman 



BUTLEK CX>l'NTY. 



J. R. Lewis 

Henry Starr 

P.J. Webber 

8. B.I>ean 

Andrew Flumer... 
Hllas Williamson. 

J. C. Howard 

W. a Davis 

George Banfett .... 
W. a Heddlng.. .. 
James A. W^alker. 

Amos Jones 

Benjamin Lyle .... 

Reuben Elklns 

M. P. Allston 

H- B, Berrv 

Thomas J. Coy 

J. H. Wlntrow 

W. ft.Garver 

John W. Owens.... 

Henrv Keller 

John wynn _ 

Jonas P. Randal... 
A. C. Stephenson. 

Wm. W.lllUer 

Wm.HIll 

G. W. Welllver.... 

J. W. Frayn 

Jacob Kemp 

Jamea B, Berry 



OABROLL COUNTY. 



J. a Roach 

Allen Wickersham 

Joel Pennock.... 

Jasper H. Flshel 

R. I. Ross. 

A. P. Mortland 

Wallace l^ Handley 

Albert Winder- 

J. F.Grimes 

Lfloghlln McBaln 

Tbomns G. Donaldson 

John Clark 

Ell M. Ortn 

Thomas J. Elder. 

Abel Wie^ns 

Samuel Jackson 

Morris Jamea 

Bnoa Hosterman 

H. L. Rnek „ 

Robert RiuselL. 



Townships. 



Byrd 

Huntington.. 

JeOerson 

Huntington.. 

Jefinprson 

Clark 

Lewis 

Union 

Lewis 

Washington. 



tt 



Scott 

Pleasant.. 
Franklin 

Eagle 

Pike 

Franklin 
Jackson.. 
Eagle 



Ross 

Madison 

Milford 

St. Clair 

Liberty 

Riley 

Hanover 

College Corner. 

Lemon 

Ht. Clair 

Morgan 

Falrfleld..!.'*.'.*."*.".* 



tt 



Madison... 

Union 

Lemon .... 
Hamilton 

Riley 

Hanover... 
Morgan.... 
Milford.... 
Hamilton 
Wayne 



<« 



Oxford 

Riley 

Madison .. 
Hamilton 



Augusta 
Brown .. 



Center 
«t 

East ... 

ti 

Fox ..'.'.*.' 
•t 



It 



Harrison 
tt 

Lee 

tt 

London... 
t« 

Monroe... 
t« 



Post-ofllce address. 



Decatur 

Aberdeen ..... 
Russellville.. 

Hlett's 

Russellville. 
Hamersvllle 
Uigglnsport.. 

Ripley 

Hlgginsport.. 
Saralnla 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 



tt 



New Hope, 
tt 



Georgetown. 

Arnheim , 

Flncastle.... 

Mt Grab 

Arnheim 

Ash Ridge.... 
Flncastle 



April 



Millvlile 

Ross 

Heno 

Colllnsville 

Sev»«n Mile 

Bethany 

Riley 

Millvlile 

Oxford tp » 

Middletown 

Seven Mile 

Okeana 

New London 

Symmes Corner. 



Dec. 

June 

Oct. 



April 



tt 



Trenton 

West Chester . 

Monroe 

Hamilton ;. 

Auburn 

MoGonigles.... 

Okeana 

BomervlUe 

Hamilton 

JacksoRsburg. 

Seven Mile 

Oxford 

Riley 

Heno 

Hamilton 



Augusta, 
tt 

Minerva. 

tt 



Malvern 

Carroll ton... 
tt 

Norristown 
tt 



Salinevllle 

Scroggsfleld 

Mechanics t«)wn.. 
New Harrlsburg. 



It 



Harlem Springs 

Kllgore 

tt 

Dell Roy"!!!!'!""" 



•t 



Oct. 



May 
April 



Oct. 



Nov. 
Oct, 
July 
Oct. 



April 



(Vt. 
April 
Jan. 
Nov. 

April 

Oft. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

June 



17,1885 
17,1885 
24, 1885 
20,1885 
24,1885 
24, 1885 
24, 1885 
24, 1885 
24, 1885 
24, 1885 
14, 1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 
23,1885 
2, 1886 
28, 1886 



19,1886 
10, 1886 
10, 1886 
10, 1886 
10, 1886 
10, 1886 
10, 1886 
12, 18a5 
12, 1885 
12, 1885 
12, 1885 
12, 1885 
12,1885 
12, 18a5 
12, 1885 
12. 1885 

10, 1884 
19,1884 
19, 1884 

4, 1884 

11, 1884 
11, 1884 
II, 1884 
19, 1886 

1, 188<{ 
19,1886 
23, 1886 
19, 1886 
11, 1886 
19,1886 



9, 1886 
7, 1885 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
28,1886 
9, 1884 
5,1885 
6, 18S.> 

12, 1886 
9, 1886 

23, 1886 
15, 1885 

24, 1885 
9, 1884 

13, 1885 
23,1886 
11, 188.5 
17,1884 

9,1886 
16,1886 



96 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices of ths Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Carroll County— Continued^ 



Wm. D. Shearar.... 

Abaer Hixon 

Jacob M. Gladden 

C. E. Shepherd 

(i' o. W. Speaker .. 

John iiooi 

A. E. Miller 

James Mnple 

Josfph Hewitt, Hr 
R. G. Kean 



Townships. 



Orange 



i4 



Perry 

4( 

Rose 

«t 

Union .u. 



Washington 



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 

J. P. Pond 

Milton Bumgardner 

Jno. W. Walicer 

Wni. Patrick 

Michael UalUgher 

Robert (Uiy | 

Isaac Netr ; 

8. H. Stockton «.' 

Thofl. E. Ogborn 

Kllshii Yost 

Afuos Monnan 

Elliott Pence 

Wm. M. Ilhodcs 

Simeon Taylor 

Antrim Berry 

James WeHs 

Jos. C. Neer 

Geo. W. Swlmley 

Smith M. Pence 

Henry W. Brown 

Ell Sherrett 

Jno. C. Eby I 

J. B. Morgan I 

Geo. Beams ' 

A. R. May^e 

Jno. M. Waison \ 

John Foster 

H. M. Burns 

O. A. Baker a 

Jj)seph Groves 

E. Martz 



Jackson 

Union ... 
it 

Urbiina. 



Rush 

Mad Rlxer 

Jackson 

(irt>8hen 

Adams 

Johnson 



Urjaana 

Mad River 



Wayne.... 

Union 

Wayne.... 
('oncord .. 
(Josheu..., 

Rush 

Harrison 
Urbana.. 

Union. 

Salem .... 



t( 



CLAKKB CX3UNTY. 



William Wise 

Cyrus I^owman 

Silas Irumbo 

John H. Blose 

Alexander .Michael 
John V. Garlough... 

John B. PHttoii 

George W. Keeler.... 

David King 

A. F. Taft 

Almon Bradford.... 

A.E. McCunn 

George W. Coffleld . 

Daniel Wlnget 

Joel L. Little 

Frank Baldwin 

Madison Over 

Joseph Ulery 

N. S. Conway 

William Jobes 

J.J.Smith 

Frank Rlghtmyer.. 



Jackson .. 
Harrison 
Goshen .. 
(\>ncord .. 
Adams ... 



Bethel ... 

it 

German 

Greene ., 



CLERMONT COUNTY. 



T. C. McMllIen 

Cornelius Whltenack 

Abiel Losey 

M. A. Wood 



Harmony ... 
*t 

Madison .... 
it 

Mad River, 
it 

it 

Moorefleld . 
it 

Pike 



Post-office address. 



LeesvUle.... 
it 

Lamartine 
it 



Magnolia.. 
Dell Roy... 
Carroll ton. 



ii 
it 



Eckley. 



Christiansburg. 

Catawba 

Mutual 

Urbana 



Woodstock 

Terre Haute 

Saint Paris 

Median Icsburg 

Carysvllle 

.Saint Paris 

Mlllerstown 

Crbana 

Westville 

Mlllerstown 

Mlnjjo 

CaUiwba 

Cable 

We.stvllle 

Mechanlcsl)urg 

North Lewisbui^. 

Spring Hills 

I rbana 

Mutual 

West Liberty 

Kings Creek 

Christiansburg 

Spring Hills 

Mechanlcsburg.... 

Mlllerstown 

Carysvllle 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 
Jan. 



April 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
Aprtl 



Aug. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
April 



Oct, 
April 



it 



Midway 

New CarMslf 

Donneltsvllle 

Fremont City 

Lawrenceville 

Pltchln 

Sprlngn»-ld 

South Charleston 

Pinttsburg 

South Charleston 



Euon 



ii 



New Moorefleld 



Northampton 
New Carlisle.. 



Pleasant Catawba. 



it 



ii 



Springfield Springfield 

ii tT 



Franklin 

Wayne 

Goshen ~ I Goshen ... 

Union I Glen Este. 



Felicity . 
Edenton, 



April 



July 
April 



Jan. 

Sept. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
April 



Feb. 
April 



Oct. 



11, 188& 
26,1885 

8, 188& 

8,1888 
11, 188i 
11,1884 

9. 188» 
17,1884 
11,1884 

7,1886 



18. 188» 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11. 1881 

11,1884 

II, 1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

2.1884 

2,1884 

18, 1884 

18,1884 

18. 1884 

1, 1884 

14,1885- 

14, lh85 

14,1886 

14, 1885 

13, 18«5 

5,1888 

5, 1886 

o, IHSrt 

5, 1HK6 

5, 1886 

5, 1886 

5,1886 

5, 1886 

5, 1886 

5.1886 



11 
II 

7 
11 
IK 
11 

I 

7 

11 

.S 

6 

11 

IK 

18 

16 

11 

18, 

7 

11 

7 



10 



1884 

I88.> 

18K6 

18H4 

1886 

1885- 

1886 

1886 

1884 

1884 

1886 

1885 

1885^ 

1886 

1884 

18K4 

1885 

1886 

1884 

1886 

1885 

1886 



27,1886. 

25,1886- 
Nov. », 1886 
April U,188^ 



JD8TICES OF THE PEACE. 



97 



JU8T1CKS OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



Natne of Justices. 



Clermont OoutUi/— Continued. 



A. B. Applegate «.. 

J. F. Mellen 

N. K. Stevens 

A. Williams 

James Ingram 

T.M. Willis 

Moses KIstun 

I*. A. Meek 

J. B. Turner 

Alex. Dunn 

George W. Bmlth 

O. W. Vanosdol 

M. Hutchinson 

J, II. Hhort 

W. W. Manning 

U. V. Wltham. ... 

A. L. tiiMWX 

<5eorgeR. OriflUh 

W. H. UartmRn 

Tbcophllus»Hlinon1ou 

W. W. Hancock 

N. V. Hacon 

Alex. Quitter 

David Jones 

David I)<>nham 

William Studer 

William Yost 

A.r. Doyle 

O. H. Harden 

Homer Mdlx'an ,. 

John Foster 

Lurlen M. Dawson 

G. M. Woods 

Hamer Norrls 



CL.INTON COUNTY. 



A. H. Amberg 

J. E. Belts 

Peter Clevenger .. 

W-H. Dakln 

James Cargill 

Joseph Ferguson. 
Daniel Hopewell . 
J. 8. Kiiobrough.. 

Jno. H. Lemar 

CM. Luttrell 

I>. B. Matthew 

P. ('. Morris 

O. C. McCune 

Jo#«ph Noon 

*\ N. Osborn 

J. W. Pond 

B. F. Pnokett , 

Rw M. Rilea 

W. a Smith 

Levi Stratton 

Ja». W. Thorp 

L. B,Whltacre 

J- P. Jarrells 

T. C. Haydock 

F. R Mills „ 



COLUMBIANA COUNTY. 



DuH. Foulks 

Josephs. Bell 

Laban Homers 

W. R. Wagner 

Daniel McLane 

a J. Hole , 

George W. Orate.... 

J. W. Stanley 

J«lha Manley 

A- H^ Clark 

John C. McDonald. 
liVwlB Walker 



Towmships. 



Miami 

Butavia 

Washington 

Wayne 

Washington 

Monroe 

Union 

Btonellck 

Monroe 



Post-office address. 



Goshen 

Williamsburg 

Miami 

Pierce 

Tute 

Union 

Franklin 

Tat« 

Jackson 

Miami 

Pierce 



Washington 
Stunelick 



ii 



Ohio 

Tat*' 

(jobhen 

Jackson 

Williamsburg 



it 



Wayne ... 

Ohio 

Franklin 
Batavia .. 



(Jreene 

Clark 

W^aKhlngton. 
Hlchland .... 
Washington. 

Wilson 

Jefferson , 

Vernon 

Chester 

Wayne 

Hlchland .... 

Woyne 

Adams 

IJberty 

Union 

Greene 

Clark 

Marion 

Vernon 

Adams 

Wilson , 

Jeflierson , 

Marlon 

Chester 

Union ..; 



St. Clair 

Middleton 

Knox 

Yellow Creek 

Madison , 

Hanover 

Elkrun 

Butler 

Liverpool 



I* 
West. 



Mllford 

Amelia , 

Point Isabel 

Newtonsville 

Moscow 

New Richmond 

Mllford 

Owensvllle 

Laurel 

Nicholsvtile 

Gohhen 

Williamsburg 

Ncwl>erry 

I^H'ust Corner , 

Bfthel 

Wilhanisvllle 

Rural 

Bethel 

Marathon 

Lo vela no 

Amelia 

.Neville 

(.>\v»'n8vllle 

Belfast 

Lindale 

Bantam 

Goshen 

Lontown 

Williamsburg 

Woodville ]".'.'.!.'.*."!!'." 

New Richmond 

Chilo 

Batavia 

New Vienna 

.Martinsville 

Cuba 

S iblna 

Cuba 

Bloom Ington , 

Westboro 

( larksville 

New Burlington 

Mtmphls 

Heesville 

Lees Cre«»k 

Harveysburg 

Port W^illiam 

Wilmington 

New Antloi-h 

Farmer's Station 

Blanchester 

Clarksvllle 

Ogden 

BloomiuKton 

( llnton Valley 

Blanchester 

New Burlington 

Wilmington 

Calcutta ; 

Clurkson 

North Georgetown 

Wellsvlile 

West Point 

Hanoverton „ 

Signal 

DamascovlUe 

East Liverpool 

East Rochester ..'. 

New Chambenburg ... 



Expiration 
oi term. 



April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 



Nov. 
April 



May 
Oct, 



April 



July 
April 
Oct. 
April 



Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

ApHl 

Oct. 

Dec. 

April 



Feb. 

Nov. 

April 

Nov. 

Oct. 



April 



11,1884 
11, 1884 
11, 1884 

11, 1884 
11,1884 
19, Ih84 

12, 188S 
12, 1«85 
12, 1H86 
12, 1885 
12, lh86 
12, lh86 
12, 1885 
17, 1H86 
17, \hSF> 
n, 1886 

17, 1S85 
23, 1885 
12, 1885 
12, 1886 
12, 1886 
12, ISWJ 
12, lMs6 
12, 1K86 

12, inm 

12, ix>6 
12, 1K86 
12, 1K8« 
12, lh86 
12, Ih86 
12, 1K86 
3, 1886 

18, 1K8« 
27, 188« 



4,1884 

14, IK85 

9,1884 

13, 1884 

14, 1886 
14, IK84 

4, ]ht^ 

4, 188« 

4, 188« 

30, 1886 

13, 1884 

30, lh86 

9, 1884 

13, 1884 

13, 1884 

14, 1886 
14. 1885 

9, 1884 

9, 18M 

4,1884 

4, l8^6 

30, 1884 

7, 1884 

12, 1886 

18, 1889 



12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 



7 88 



98 



AJSTBTUAL REPORT SECRETART OF STATE. 



JuiyncBS OF tbx PKACS^-Ooatinaed. 



Names of Jastices. 



CMumbiana Ooimty^Con, 

Wilson W. Forney 

J. Charles Boone „ 

Josiah Rohrbaogh 

<lenrge A. JeffMes a, 

E, L. Martin » 

John J. Kirk „ 

Pearson W.Taylor 

Stanton Thomati ....„ 

Joseph Brittain 

Eli Augustiner «... 

J. C. McCready 

Thomas Cr*ok 

William D. Marshall 

J. T. FroHser 

Jameii Do> le 

Samuel Eaton 

Edward WeUb 

Allan A. liamsey 

JameM A. Martin 

Joseph B. Klchey 

John Patter»«>n 

George Hullam 

John E. K*»gera „ 

Calvin Farrali 

A. <h McKensie 

Wm. F. Mcintosh 

Williani Johnson 

Edwin <Tar«i(1e 

John (i. Augustine 

Charles K. Bertolette 

W. R. Linn 

Joseph W. Cop« 

COflllOCTON COUNTY. 



Townships. 



Post office address. 



Expiration 
*oi term. 



Siklem 

Perry 

Fairfield 



Madison 

Washington 

Knox 

Hurler 

C' Ity 



(4 



Yellow Creek 

Eiknin 

Salem 

Yellow Creek 

Knox 

Mldileton 

Franklin 

Centr« 



Leetoina 

*^lem ., 

Columbiana . 

E.ist Fairfield 

Wej*t Point 

HHlinevliie 

Homeworlh 

Winona 

F'^ist Palestine 

Unity 

WpllsvlIIrt 

KIkton 

Franklin Hiquare. 

WeiNvjlle 

tieloit 

Ea«^t Palestine.... 

Sumrnltville....... 

New Li«^l>on 



Sept. 
Oct. 



April 



it 



Aug. 
(>Ct- 



Nov. 
A^il 



Wayne 

Llv»»rp«>ol , 

Perry 

Wa>«nington . 
Yellow (;r€*k 

Madison 

St. Clair 

Hanover 

FftlrflMd 

Salem 

Franklin 

Unity 



(^Javers 

Ejwt I.ivt-rpool 

Saleni 

SullnevilUi 

WellMville 



Cannon's Mills .., 

.New (ianlen 

Columbiana 

Washlnirlonville 

.Millport 

Unity 



OcU 



6^eorgeStringfellow 

J. C. Mllligan 

Henry Miller 

H. J. ritonebrook 

John CroHS 

8. C. Burrell 

T. W. Culbertson 

Jenkln Whitesides 

R. L, Lawrence 

Wm. McDonald 

C. J. J. fx>wer , 

H. .M. Chaifant 

F. M. Buxton 

Thomas Wolfe 

Joseph Trego 

Henry Miller 

Patrick Thompson 

Michael W. W^l •nier.. 

W. S. Simons 

R. L. Baker 

James B. Burt 

John R. Church 

Benjamin Beard 

Bene Pigman 

David Gault , 

Abraham Simmons ... 

L. L. Cautwell 

George F. Casslngham. 

C. C. Geese 

Thomas I... RetlUey 

Sampson McNeal 

W. A. Russell 

W. W. Cox 

J. S. Squire 

B. M. Snyder 

Joseph Dickerson 

John H. Tompkins 

W. W. McNeal. 

E.8. Fisher 

John Hagans 

J. P. Fry , 

Sampson Fnlton »... 



Tiverton 

K»^ene 

White EyeH 

Adams 

Bethlehem .. 



Oxford 



Yankee Ridge 

Kot'tie 

.Vvondalt' , 

BnkerHvilie 

H«-lnii<'k 

Warsaw 

Wliltc' Kye« Plains 



.\prll 



Linton 

Virginia 

Mill Creek.... 
Washington 
New Ca.*«lle,. 

Franklin 

Bedford 

JefTerson 

Bedford 

Franklin 

Linton 



Frew's Millrt 

Dresden, Mui^kingnm Co, 

Clark's 



t^fayette ... 

Monrr>e 

Mill Creek.. 

Perr>' 

Pike 

Tiverton 

Tu»carawas 



White Eyes. 

Ja(*kson 

Monroe 

Ijafayette .... 

Virginia 

Jackson 

(Crawford .... 

Washington 

Tuscarawas . 

Clark 

Crawford .... 

New Castle... 
it 

Clark ','.'. 



New Castle 

Franklin Station. 

Wrst Bedford 

Warsaw 

West B«^dford 

CoKlHK'ton , 



Plalnfield 

West Ijafayette .... 
S{)rinK Mountain 

Mound 

New Guilford 

West Carlisle 

Yankee Ridge 

Coshocton 



Avondale 

RoKcoe 

Spring Mountain 

We«t Lafayette 

Dresden, Mnsklngum Co. 

Roscoe „ 

.New Bedford 

Wakitomika 

Canal I^.wisvllle 

Helmlck 

Chill 

New Castle 

aark's P. d'V.V.7.V.V.'.'.'.'.V.V.V." 



June 
Oct. 



Dec. 
April 



Oct. 



Jan. 
April 



3,1884 
18. 1884 
18, 18H4 
18, 18»4 
11, 1885 
11, 18N5 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 
11, IJ-KS 
11. 188.) 
11, 1?*K> 
II, 1M85 
iE^ l>i85 
17, 188.> 
17, 18>^5 
17, 18K> 

i*. 1N<6 

9. 1^^6 

9, iNVi 
», l>^ 

9, lv^a 

9. INHH 
9. I.S^ 

It), l.HM) 
16, IKV> 
IH. L-^M) 

1«, ISHi 

hi, K-hJ 



12, 1S84 
12, ]^M 
12, 1»M 
12, ISM 
12, 1SH4 
in, 18M4 
12. ISM 
12, is,s4 
12, ISM 
22, l.HM 
17, 1.H.M 
17. iNM 
17, 1>M 
17, l^M 
17, l*^* 
5, LsM 
14, Ivv=i 

14, l.'N^> 

14, I.VM 

14, iNNi 

14, l^^.> 
14, l.Vv» 
14, lH8.> 
14, It^.5 
14, 1HS.> 
14, I8S.5 
14, 1885 
14, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 18So 
19,1886 
10, 1H.S6 
10, 188^ 
10, 18^^5 
10, 1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



99 



JusTiCBS OF THE Pbaob— Continued. 



Names of Josilcee. 



Ceafuxsion County^ Continued, 



W. W Spraeue ... 

D. E. Laughlin ... 

E. 8. Bucklew 

Thomas Morrla... 

James Brlggs 

Rich«4rd Phillips 



CRAWrOKD COUNTY. 



C. B. Shumaker 

Allen CampbelL« 

P. H. Kelffer. 

John Burebacher. 

F. M. Anderson 

Wm. H. Hlse 

M. W. Wlckham 

Amos Moise 

C. D. Ward 

Gust. Lieonhari 

D. T. Timson„ 

J. H. Davidson 

Daniel Howe- , 

Otis Brooks , 

John Burns. , 

John Holtman , 

S. A. AirKeehan 

David Ogden , 

W. P. Dean 

J. P. Flick 

Abraham Underwood. 

Frederick Smith 

David Hosterman 

Rufus Amand 

<i. W. Miller 

Harvey Close , 

Peter D. Studer 

H. M. Corry 

John Warner 

W. 8. Ferrill.„ 

J. H.Blackford 

J. W. Humphrey 

A. M. Zook 



CUYAHOGA COUNTY. 



C. A. Ennis 

R, C. Smith 

John J. Hecker 

L«wlsT. Rust 

Carver Slick ne v.... 
George T. Brooks.. 

Joseph M. Poe , 

Hannibal Qoodell 

A. R Gardner 

W. J. Hart 

William Jones 

William Fuller 

Isaac L. Gleeson ... 
F. H. Biermann ... 
Wm. R. Ryan 

C. W. Coates 

8, P. Osbom 

Edward Merrlam.. 

Robert Foster 

William Jay red ... 

Anson Bartlett 

A. M. Gates 

J. 8. Charles 

John Austin 

D. Glndlesperger.... 

R. E. Hienton 

C. H. Palmer.. 

Ik L. Bishop „ 

Jas. E. Lowrle 

£. J. Kennedy.. 

George Nokes 



Townships. 



Keene 

Jelferson 

Clark 

Pike 

Franklin 
Adams ... 



Polk 

Bucyrus 

Lykens 

Cbatfleld ... 

Jackson 

Liberty 

Texas 

Auburn 

Buryrus.... 

To*. 

Whetstone. 
Chatfleld ... 

Auburn 

Dallas 

Handusky ., 

Holmes 

Liberty 

Jackson ..... 
Jefferson ... 



t» 



Polk 
Tod.. 



it 



Holmes 

Lykens 

Texas 

Cranberry.. 

Vernon 

Whetstone 
Sandusky .. 

Vernon 

Dallas 



Bedford 

Brecksville. 

it 



Brooklyn. 






Chagrin Falls. 

Cleveland 

it 



t« 
(( 

Dover. 



« 



East Cleveland. 
Euclid * 



it 



Indepenjlence 



Post-office address. 



•••••»••• 



Mavfleld. 



Mlddlebarg 

tt 



Keene 

Warsaw 

Clark's 

West Carlisle. 

Franklin 

Bakers vllle.... 



Gallon 

Bucyrus 

Lykins 

Chatfleld 

Crestline 

Bucyrus 

Poplar 

Tiro 

Bucyrus 

Leraert 

New Winchester 

Chatfleld 

Tiro 

Bucyrus 

Sulphur Springs 

Bucyrus 

Sulphur Springs 

Crestline 

Leesville Cross Roads 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 10,1886 
May 2, 1880 



Oct. 



Nov. 



April 



15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 



ti 



Gallon 
Oceola 



it 



Bucyrus 

Leinert 

Poplar 

New Washington 



t* 



Liberty Corners 

Bucyrus 

North Robinson 

lllnesvllle, Richland co.... 
Nevada, Wyandot county. 



Bedford. 



it 



Brecksville. 



10,1884 

10,1884 

21,1884 

10,1884 

Sept. 19, \mi 

Oct. 17, 1884 

17, 1884 

17, imi 

17, 1884 

April 9, 1885 

9, 1886 

9, 1886 

9, J885 

9, 1KS5 

9, 1885 

9,1885 

17, 1^<85 

22, 1885 

2:^, 1885 

23,1885 

17, 1K85 

8, lHiy6 

8, 1886 

8, 1886 

8, 1886 

8, 1886 

8, 1886 

Oct. 10, 1886 

15, 1886 

15, 1886 

1.5, 1880 

15, 1886 

15, 1886 



Oct. 
Nov. 



Oct. 
April 



tt 



Brooklyu 

West Clevelaud 

Brooklyn ViUfige.... 

Chagrin Falls 

It tt 

Cleveland ..!..!.... 

" 18th ward. 



it 
it 



it 

it 



tt 



North Dover... 
(i tt 

Glenville .".V. 

CoUamer 

Collinwood 

It 

Nottingham.. 

Eaolid 

Independence. 



It 
tt 



Mayfleld. 



Berea 

It 



April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct 

April 

Oct. 



April 

Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
April 



Aug. 
April 

Dec. 
April 



9,1884 

11, 188,5 

5, 1886 

5, 1886 

19, 1886 

9, 1884 

11, 1885 

9,1884 

9, 1884 

22, 1866 

11, 1884 

18, 1884 

13, 1885 

13,1886 

5,1886 

6,1886 

13, 1885 

7, 1886 

11, 1884 

18,1884 

11,1885 

13, 1884 

7, 1886 

7,1886 

9,1884 

17,1886 

5,1886 

11,188 

12,1885 

11,1885 

11,1886 



100 



XKSVAl. BEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



JcTSTiCES OF THE PisACB— Ck>ntinued. 



Names of Justices. 



CSiyahoga County— Omtinued, 



L. G. Hamilton 

Geo. W. Corlett 

A. Hutchison 

B. J. Hyde 

H. B. Northrop 

B. A. Adams 

J. H. Gates 

William Btoneman. 

H. R. Hcnninger 

Asa Emerson 

Ira E. Canfleld 

H, H. Munn 

8. W. Thomas 

Francis A. Miner.... 

W.F.Hale 

D. PeUlbone 

Richard Gihbons .... 

F.J. Bartlett 

Wm. 8. Corlett 

Henry N. Clark 



DARKE COUNTY. 

J. A. Hunter 

P. B. Miller 

W. C. Leckleder 

McKee Sebrlng 

Chas. W. Wheeler 

8. A. Williams 

Isaac E. Miller 

Robert Gllflllan 

J. H. Noggle 

W. H. Batson 

Titus Shearer 

A. P. Gorsuch 

J. C. Thornton 

Theodore Beers 

J. W. Shlveley 

Reuben Ganes 

li. G. Turner 

Geo. N. Noggle 

Geo. W. Roberts 

Joseph Elchelberger .... 

A. J. Gribben 

M. B. Brlner 

Harvey Hill 

8. P. Snorf 

D. W. Nyswanger 

George Schlecty 

John North 

H. W. Vlning 

E. W. McCramer 

Daniel Worrell 

D. W. Inman , 

John Fasig 

Ed. Dougherty 

Albanls Condon 

Geo. Cox , 

David Langston 

W. H. Murphy 

James Fahnestock 

Thos. M. RichardHon.... 

F. M. Birt. 

C. C. Mate 

J. N. Morrison 

James Miller„ , 

David Oliver , 



DEFIANCE COUNTY. 



Robert B. Cameron.. 

William Rath - 

Isaac Garver„ 

William Ufer 

William T. Bennett 



Townships. 



Mlddlebuxg-.T., 
Newburgh 



4t 

Olmsted 

tt 

Orange... 
ti 

Parma... 



Rock port. 

tt 

Royal ton. 

tt 

Solon 



tt 



8trong8ville. 



tt 



Warrensville 

ft 



Adams 

it 

tt 

Allen .., 

tt 

Brown , 
*t 

Butler., 
tt 



Franklin 



Greenville, 
tt 

tt 

German 

tt 

Harrison .. 

tt 

tt 
Jackson .... 



tt 



Misslssinowa.. 

tt 

Maural 

tt 

Neave 

tt 

Patterson 

tt 

Richland ."..'.". 

Twin "....... 

tt 



ti 



Van Buren. 
tt 

Wayne 

tt 



Wabash 



tt 



Washington 
tt 

York 



Tiffin 



ft 



Washington 
«t 

Noble 



Post-office address. 



Berea 

Newburgh. 

Olmsted .... 



tt 

tt 



Barry 



tt 



Brooklyn. 

Parma. 

Rockport. 



tt 



North Royalton 
tt tt 

8olon 



tt 



Strongsvllie. 



it 



Warrensville 
tt 



Bradford 

(iettysburg. 

Horatio 

Anson la 



tt 
tt 



New Captlne .. 
New Madison. 
Painter Creek. 

(iettysburg 

Greenville 



tt 
tt 



German 



Hollansburg 

New Madison 

Wiley's Station. 
Union City, Ind. 



tt 

Rose Hill 
tt 



Gordon 



t4 



Ft. Jefferson 
tt 



Woodland. 



tt 



Bcamsville 

Hlelrldeo.„.. 

Ithaca 

Arcanum .. 

Gordon 

Dellsle 

tt 

Versallies.... 
tt 

North Star . 
tt 

Hill Grove '. 
tt 

Brock 

Dawn 



Bvansport 

tt 

Ney 

Bryan...., 

Brunersburg. 



Expiration 
of term. 



.1 



'•••»••»•• 



April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 

April 

OcU 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 
April 



April 

Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
.\prll 

Dec. 

April 

Dec. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 



April 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 

April 

OcU 



Dec. 

Oct. 

April 

Jan. 

May 



5,1886 

9, 1^84 

19, 1HS6 

19, lK8tf 

5, 1K^^ 

5, 18S6 

9,1884 

13, 188.5 

11, 1885 

IH, 1885 

28, 1886 

9, 18HI 

19.1886 

a, 1H«5 

24, 18hH 

U, ISHI 

11,1884 

9, 1884 
9, 18M 



9, 1884 

9, 1MK4 

27, 18M 

!l, lhH4 

«, IHNi 

18, IKWft 

«, 1KH« 

14, 18S.> 

18, 1HS.S 

9, 1H.M 

16, l^s.» 

12, iHSo 

12, JNK> 

a, m^6 

6, 1^86 

7, 18HH 

14, 1885 
18, IKS.', 

9, IhHi 

18, ISKo 

18, 18X5 

27, 18K4 

27, 1 8^4 

9, 1884 

2, 1886 

9, 1884 

6, 1886 

27, 1SH4 

16, 1886 

9, 18H4 

6, 1886 

9, 1884 

9, 1854 

9, 18M 

16, 1886 

6.1886 

18, 1«85 

15, 1886 
29, 1886 
19,1886 
27,1884 

6,1886 

81,1884 

8,1886 



April 7, 18M 

7,1886 

7,1886 

14,1886 

14,1886 



JU8TICBB OF THE PEA.CE. 



101 



JusTicss OF THB Pbace— Continued. 



Names of Juetices. 



Dejiance Omnty—Ckmtinued. 



David Hunter 

F. E. Stout „ 

Jacob Core 

I. N. Hlouffh „ 

D. G. Huffman^ 

Frank Forlow 

John A. Hootman.. 

J. P. Frederick 

Alpha Btone 

Wm. H. Lane 

William WllUman 

Henry Ort 

John W. Rhamey .. 

J. K. Myers 

John Knope.„ 

John WUda 

Jaraet* Heavers 

Emanuel Ryder 

Geo. T. Carpenter... 

G. W. Spealman .... 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



Charles Lafever 

James M. Crawford 

Thomas F. Carpenter 

Bamuel M. Wilcox 

Robert J. McGonigle 

A. E. Copper 

James T. Hhoup 

C. E. Worllne 

Samuel Lewis ^. 

\y. F. Waldron •.. 

Ezeklel Abbott 

James T. Hutchinson^... 

W. F. Bennett. 

Lewis C. Llnabary 

H. A. Hyatt 

EliafiCole 

Griffith C. Owen , 

H. W. Main , 

John Roberts 

H. Barnes 

D. K. Matthews 

Charles W. Blymyer 

T. H. VanKirk 

W. H. Maxwell 

I. A. Ports 

J. H. Homison 

Charles Hill 

Henrys. Rust 

D. <i. Cratty 

E. G. Btockman 

J. A. Coue 

Edwin J. Hall 

M. E. Wollam 

George Seum 

M. P. Garter 

Walter B. Albright 

J. T. Livingston , 

E.H.Dent 



ERIE COUNTY. 



H. C. Phillips 

Thomas Pelton 

Bamuel Patterson 

E. H. Andress 

H. G. Thompson 

G. V. H. Parker 

Frederick Smith 

Levi Peck 

James L. Brooks 

V. Palmer 

Charles H. Helmllck. 
Francis Potter 



Townships. 



X/"UttUf«w ................... 



44 



Delaware.. 

44 

HicksvlUe.' 

44 

Milford....! 

Mark 

Farmer 

44 



Richland 



44 



Highland. 

44 

Adams .... 



Milford 

Washington. 

Noble 

Mark 



Genoa. 

Delaware . 
Berkshire 

Porter 

Oxford 

Harlero 

Sk'loto 

Radnor 



44 



Kingston 

Orange 

Concord 

Berlin 

Genoa 

Liberty 

Marlborough- 
Scioto 

Troy 

Porter 

Brown 

Orange 

Troy„ 

Trenton.... 

Kin^MtOM 

Berkshire 

Thompson 



Berlin 

Scioto 

Marlborough 

Radnor 

Liberty 

Concord 



44 



Harlem.... 
Delaware 

Oxford 

Trenton..., 



Berlin 

44 

It 

Florence. 



Groton. 

4t 

Huron.. 



Margaretta. 

41 

Milan 



. 



Post-offlce address. 



Defiance 

It 

Sherwood 

Delaware Bend 
HicksvlUe 



44 
44 



Mark Center„. 
Farmer 

44 

Defiance. » 



44 



Ay«rsville 



44 



Adams' Ridge 

Jewell 

HicksvlUe 

Bryan 

3runersburg... 
Mark Center... 



Westerville 

Delaware 

Berkshire 

Rich Hill, Knox county. 

Ashley , 

Center village 

Delaware (MlllTille box). 
Radnor 



44 



Kingston Center.. 

liewis Center 

Btile Point 

Constantia 

Galena 

Hyattvllle 

A.shley 

Delaware 

44 

Kingston Center 

KUbourne 

Lewis Center , 

Delaware 

Condit 

KUbourne , 

Sunbury 

Delaware 



Expiration 
of term. 



Oct. 

June 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 



April 



Oct. 
April 



.4 



Lewis Center , 

Ostrander 

N<»rton 

Radnor 

Powell 

Girls* Industrial Home. 

Belle Point 

Harlem 

Delaware 

Ashley 

Van's Valley 



Berlin Heights 

Berllnville 

Berlin Heights 

Birmingham 

Florence Corners.... 

Parkertown 

North Monroeville. 
Huron 



44 



Casialia. 
Venice... 
Milan .... 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 
Nov. 



20,1884 

20,1885 

ao, 1885 

19,1886 

80,1884 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 

18,1885 

18,1885 

14,1885 

9,1884 

9,1884 

14,1885 

7,1886 

20,1884 

16,1886 

16,1886 

16,1886 



11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
14,1884 
14,1884 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1886 
14,1885 
17,1886 
14,1885 
17.1886 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
18,1885 
13,1885 
13, 1886 
11, 1886 
II, lh88 
11, 1886 
11,1886 
U, 1S86 
11, 18«6 
11, 1886 
11,1886 
16,1886 
29, 1886 
1,1886 



Oct. 18, 1886 

April 16,1885 

11, 1886 

15,1885 

May 29, 1886 

April 12,1884 

16,1886 

12,1884 

16,1885 

15,1885 

15,1885 

12,1884 



102 



AKKUAL BEPORT 8E0RBTART OF STATE. 



Justices of the Peace— Continued. 



Names of Jusiioes. 



JErie OourUtf— Continued. 



Benjamin Emmons.. 

Darwin Fay 

Qeorge Beare 

Sherman Frarier 

Theron Goodwin 

Joseph Puckrin... 

John F. Green 

Martin Trinter 

Charles B. Summers 

Isaac B. Poyer 

W. A. Chllds 

Charles Cross* 

Wm. Kocht 

Jay P. Knight. 

John W. Liles 

A. 8. Kelley 

John P. Stein 

•Jri L. Ward 



Townsblps. 



Milan.. 

it 

Oxford, 
it 



FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



Nelson Roller 

G. W. BInckley 

J. B. Kramer 

D. C. Sutphen 

Milton Baker , 

H. B. Eyman 

Manasseh Glick 

D. W. Jones 

Sol. Weaver 

E. 8. Gardner 

Noah Vandemark 

Benjamin U. Bhaw... 

F. Armentrout 

Alexander Kiefaber 
Timothy Fishnaugh. 

Daniel Rudolph 

Van. H. Glnder 

David C. Keller 

L. G. SmTth 

Wm. .1. Duni 

John Smith 

Wm. F. Ziegler 

Leander Hay 

Thomas H. White 

E. F. Holland 

Henry O. Hardin 

Ambrose Floyd 

John F. Martins- 

W. H.Scifert 

L. S. Uockey 

Samuel Worrell 



Perkins 

Vermillion ...!..!!.!."."! 

4i 
t4 

City of Sandusky. .'. 
ti «• 

<( it 

Oroton 

Kelley's Island 

Portland 

Kelley's Island 



Post-offloe address. 



Milan 



it 



North Monroeville. 

Milan 

Bloomlngville 

Sandusky 



t* 



Vermillion. 



it 



Expiration 
of term. 



Sandusky 
tt 



tt 



Bloom 

Bern 

Bloom 

Pleasant.. 
Richland 



Sand Hill 

Kelley'K Island. 

Sandusky 

Kelley's Island.. 



tt 



Bloom 

Amanda 

Pleasant 

Rush Creek 

Violet 

Hocking .... 

Walnut 

Clear Creek. 
Lancaster.. , 

Berne 

Liberty 

(i^reentteld..., 

Walnut 

Amanda 

Violet 



Greencastle .. 

Lancaster 

Llthopolis... . 
PleaMantvllie. 
RushvlUe 



tt 



Marcy. 
tt 



tt 



Madison 

Lancaster... 

Liberty 

Clear (reek. 

Hocking 

Madison 

Rush Creek. 

Lit>erty 

Greenfleld... 



Plcasantville 

Bremen 

Pickerington 

Lancaster 

Millersport 

Clear Creek 

Lancaster 

Sugar (frove 

Baltimore 

Dumont^ville 

Now Salem 

Amanda 

liock vllle Station 

Pickerington 

Clearport 

Lancaster 

Basil 

Stoutsvllle 

I>anca>»ter 

Clearport 

Bremen 

Basil 

('arroll , 



FAYKTTK COUNTY. 



J. M. Irlons 

M. M. Owens 

Wm. E. Borden... 

John Adams 

John T. Hleer 

Smith Rankin 

Reuben Rankin .. 

J. W. Glass 

W. O. Creamer ... 

J. S. Harrison 

Daniel Kelley 

W. B. Pursell 

Elmer Trump 

Harrison Limes .. 
William A. King 
J. P. A. Dickey ... 
Richard Brook ... 

John T. Cox 

J. B. Koontz 

Joseph A. Moore 
J. A. Britton 



Concord 

ti 

Green 

tt 

Jasper..,. 



Jefferson 

tt 

tt 

Mad I SOD.. 

It 

Marion ... 
tt 

Perry 

tt 

Paint ".*."! 
tt 

Cnlon ".!.*..' 

tt 

Wayne ... 
tt 



Staunton 



Moon's Post-offlce. 



April 15,1885 
16, 188S 
:i2,1884 
15,1885 
14,1886 
15,1885 
16,1886 
18,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12, 1884 
15,1885 
16,1885 

Oct. 18, 1886 
21, 1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 



April 11, 1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1KH4 
14, 1885 
11, 1N84 

Oct. 17, 1884 
17, 1H84 
26, 1884 
IT, 1884 

April 14, 1885 
14,1885 
14, 1K85 
14,1885 
14, 1HH.5 

Oct. 17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17,1885 

Jan. 12, 1886 

April 6, 1886 
6, 1886 
6, 1886 
11, 1886 
6, 1K86 
6, 18S6 
24. 1886 



West Lancaster. 



Oct. 



Nov. 
April 
OcU 
AprlV 



Washington C. H. 

Eli Post-otlice 

Jeffersonville 

Madi.Hon Mills 

I ancoastburg 



tt 



New Holland 

New Martlnsburg 



tt 



BloomI ngburg 

tt 

Washington C. h! 
Good Hope 



tt 



Mar. 

Oct. 

April 



28. 1885 

11, ]mi 
22, 1KS« 

12, 1885 
12,1885 
12. 1885 
12, 1KS5 

12, 1KK5 
11, 1886 

13, \HM 
22, 1884 

la, 18M1 

11, 1886 
13.1884 
11,1886 

12, 1885 
11. 1N86 
15, 1884 
20,1885 
29,1884 
11,1886 



* Resigned. 



t Deceased. 



JC8TICES OF THE PEACE. 



lOS 



Justices of the Peace— Continued. 



Names of Jastlces. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Ezekiel l>aboU 

R.R. Arnold 

Joseph Kl ce 

Robert K. Reece .... 

A. W. JeffHee 

John Htarrett 

J«Me Alkire 

Peter Hchwartz 

Jacob Reab 

Edwin M. Earhart . 
Aaron NelRwander. 

T. J. Adams 

Ezekiel Compton... 

John 8agar 

J. R Evans 

Milton Cummins.... 
CJeorge W. Coflloo ... 

<T. S. Innis „ 

Ell Chrv-sler 

David Beers 

Oranee Bella 

Grim n Roberts 

C. U. McOurer 

John L. Wnlcutt .... 

W. L. Walcott 

Thomas Carpenter . 

John Perry 

H. V. Dalby „ 

J. K. Blggart 

Jameti Cummins .... 

P. M. Reese 

I. N. WelJs 

W. F. Orlswold 

Juoies Taylor 

C. J. Hut8on 

El! \V. Tuller 

W. J. Shriver 

Auicustin Thomas... 
John V. Mchaddeo.. 

Ijot U Smith 

John P. Uommy 

Henry 01nhau<«en... 



Fl'LTON COUNTY. 



Andrew J. Champion. 

Urtrlus HlKioy 

JohnC. Fuller 

Sarauel Ciordinier 

Frederick D. Burden.., 

Ji)hn S. Rader 

Georj^t* W. Hoos 

Arthur Allen 

Israel Mattern 

Harrls«>n W. Ely 

(Tharles L. Stevens 

David Ayres 

Olivers. Verity 

John H. Ijaver 

Wm. H. Hulbert 

L. A. BHSfett 

Robert J. Babct)ck 

ftylvanuH F. CoHjrrove 

John CunnlnKham 

Joseph A. Coleman 

Palmer R, Lewis 



Townships. 



Blendon. 
it 

Brown .. 



tt 



Clinton 



Frar kiln 



Hamilton 



Jackson 



Post office address. 



tt 



Central College 

Weptervllle 

WCbt Canaan ... 
tt 

MlfflinvUle ..."! 
CUntonvllle 

Columbus 

tt 

Hhndevlle 

Jjockbourne 

Grove city 



Jefferson 
it 

Madison 

tt 

Marion ... 



tt 



Black Lick 



tt 



Mifflin. 



Norwich 



tt 



Perry 
tt 



Canal Winchester. 

LithopiiliB , 

Columbus 

tt 

(}ahanna 

Miffllnville 

Hllllard 



tt 



Plain 



Ple»»«ant. 



Dublin 

North Columbus 

44 



Hope 



Expiration 
oi term. 



Prairie. 



Sharon 



tt 



Truro 



Harrlsburtr 

(ieor»;e8vIlle .. 

(talloway 

Alton 

Worthlugton 



tt 



tt 



Washington 



tt 



Montp'^mery. 



Truro 

Keynoldsburg 

Dublin 

Hllllard 

Dublin 

Columbus 



May 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

ApHl 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 
April 

May 
Aprtl 



Oct. 
April 
Jan. 
Oct. 

April 



Nov. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



A TO hoy 
tt 



Metnmom, 

Ai 

Royalton Lyons 



tt 

tt 



., Delta .. 
Lyons 



Franklin 



Cliest'-rrteld Oak Shade 

' Morenei, Michigan. 

(iorham Fayette 

t4 
it 

Tedr »w 

Dover ! " 

•• I Ottokee 

Pike 

tt 

Fuitoril!^"!!!!!"*""!!!! 



Wm. H. Hlghshew 
Ituclus H. I pham.. 



Ttjomas W. Fowler 

Anthony B. Robiustm. 

Amos Hill , 

Wno. P. Fo-ter , 

Rylvanus Walters 

Oeorge R. Betta , 

John Linioger „.. 



Swan Creek. 

■ 

York .' 

tt 

tt 
Clinton"..!.'."* 



tt 



German 
t< 

(4 



Di'lta 

Wlnameg 

Swanton .. 

Al 

Swiinti»n .. 



«V)It'm, Henry county. 

Delta 

Wauseon 

Delta 

t> 

Wauseon 

tt 

Pettisviiie!!! .!.."!!.!.."!.!! 

Archibald 

tt 



tt 



Oct 
April 



10, 
18. 
16, 
15, 
28, 
26, 

», 

28, 

7, 

^: 
}i: 

19, 

iA» 

20, 

19, 
12, 
1«, 

il, 

«, 

16, 

12. 
11, 
11, 
11, 
31, 
12, 
18, 

12, 
12, 
10, 

^!' 
16, 

10, 

H, 



88» 

886 

885 

1885 



886 
884 

886 
884 
884 
884 
886 
884 
884 
886 
886 
885 
885 
885 
886 
886 
884 
884 

885 
886 
886 
885 
886 

885 
885 
886 

885 

884 
886 
886 

Cxrl 

885 
886 



April 
Oct. 

April 

Ocu 

April 



Oct 

April 

Oct 



April 

Oct 

April 



Oct 
April 



14, 1885 
18, 1885 
15,1886 
14,1885 

15, 1886 
11,1886 

11, 1886 

12, 1884 

14, 1885 
18.1885 
11,1886 

15, iaS6 
18, 1885 
15, 1886 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
14,1885 
15, 1886 
11, 1886 

11, 1886 

12, 1884 
12,1884 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14, 1885 
14, 1885 
12,1884 
17,1884 
14,1886 



104 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices of the Peace— Contlnned. 



Names of Justices. 



GALLIA COUNTY, 



W. L. Oarllc 

H. A. Kent '..,., 

Win. 8. Jenkins 

J. G. Henshaw 

A. Blessing 

N. F. Barrett 

J. A. Loucks 

W. D. Hall 

Evan L. Evans ^ 

John J. Thomas 

8. V. Clark 

8. Drummond 

W. R. Atkinson 

Hugh Plyniale 

Wm. Norman 

W. B. Turner 

W. L. RaneH 

AsaTrobridge 

8eth Foster 

John A. Marti ndale. 

Win. Syraraes 

Thomas Hanager 

John (}. Damron 

Alexander Vance 

C. L. Waugh 

C. E. Fry 

J. A. Martlndale 

Wm. J. Rose 

Jesse Ingltts 

KU G. .Shaner 

Amos RIplev 

David R. D.ivl8 

W. D. Rose 

John Sineltzer 

Frederick Stuart 

Wm. Wllhelm 

T.J. Neal 

8amuel Kerr 

John li. Stevers 

G. W.Clark 



OKAUOA COUNTY. 



Abram P. Tilden ... 

L. C. CowleH 

ft. W. Xowell 

Charles J. Scott 

Peter Hitchcock 

N. S. Kellogg , 

B. F. Thompson .... 

O. A. Shattuck 

A. Stockhnm 

a. \u WadHWorth ... 
Edward Bos worth. 

Jncob Chnse , 

A. W. Strone 

H. G. Carol hers 

H. B. Palmer 

G. M. SIdlev 

A. E. .Miller 

W. .\.Sh«w ;.... 

N.D.Smith 

hurnham Tinker... 

O. M. Cnlklns 

Benjamin Bidlake. 

J. W. Scott 

S. J. McFarland 

Andrew Warner 

Wm. tiuirk 

Joseph F. Nash 

». J. Es y 

L. G. Pierce 

Almon Phillips 

•linton Htafford 

D<*nlel Johnson 

W.E. Walters 



Townships. 



Ouyan 

Morgan 

Cheshlra 

Green i. 



(i 



Huntington. 
Addison,;.... 

Walnut 

Raccoon 



44 



Clay 

Harrison 

Springfield .. 

Clay 

Perry 

Huntington. 

Ohio 

Guyan 

(ireenfleld.... 

Addison 

Cheshire 

Morgan 

Gal:ipolls.... 



44 



Post-offloe address. 



SaundersviHe. 

Pine Grove 

Kyger 

Galllpolis 

Northup 

Vinton 

Bulaville 

.Sandfork 

Thurman 



44 



Eureka. 

Lincoln 

Pine (Srove 

Thivener 

Wales 

Alice 

Bush's Mill 

Crown VAty 

Gallia Furnace 

Bnlavllle 

Cheshire 

Vinton 

Galllpolls 



44 



Ohio 



Springfield... 
(ireenfteld..., 

Hnrrlson 

Huntington 
Perry 



Raccoon... 

(ircen 

Walnut... 

C'mv 

Walnut .. 
Galllpolls. 
Guyr\ii. .. 
Harrlstm . 



Swan (^reek 

Eureka. 

Pine (jrove 

Gallia Furnace 

Thivener 

Vinton 

Patriot 

44 

Harris 

Galllpoll* 

Sandfork. ...V 

P'ureka 

Waterirm 

(Jalllpolls. 

Mercersvllle 



Chardon. 

44 

44 

Burton... 



Chardon. 

44 
44 

Burton... 



44 



Clarldon 



Hnmbden .. 

(4 

Auburn 

Newbury... 

I?u«*«ell..' 

Hunl^iburg 

44 

Thompson . 

44 

Montvllle . 

44 

Park man .. 



Clarldon 

FaKt Clarldon 

Hainbden 

44 

Auburn 

FordV 

rhaerln F^Us, (^uyahoga co. 
Huntsburg. 



Expiration* 
of term. 



Feb. 
April 



Aug. 
OcU 



April 



June 
July 
Oct. 

Nov. 
April 



Sept. 
Oct, 



April 



Oct. 
April 



.1 



Munson 



Thompson 

Soutfi Thompson, 
.Montvllle 

44 

Parkman , 

44 



Balnbrldgc 

44 

Chester 



Troy 

44 

.Middieflfeld! 

4( 



Fowler's Mills 

Chardcm 

BIssell 

Cbanrrln Falls, (^uyahogaco. 
Chester X Roads 

44 

Welshfleld Z*.. "!'.!'. *.".'.! 

44 

Mlddlefleld".'.*.".V.7.'.".!.*.'."''.*..'.*.'.'.*..'! 

44 



Auburn... 
Newbury 
Russell .... 



Auburn 

Ford 

Chagrin Falls^ Cuyahoga co. 



Oct 
April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 



7,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11,1884 

11, 1884 

16,1884 

15,1884 

15,1884 

15, 1884 

15, 18»l 

ia,I885 

1», 1886 

18,1885 

18, 1885 

W 18K5 

28, 1885 

10, 1885 

18,1885 

18, 1885 

6,1885 

6. 1886 

6,1886 

6, 1886 

6, 188$ 

6, 1H86 

6,1886 

6, 1KN6 

6, 1886 

6, 1886 

6, 1886 

6, 1K86 

6, 1886 

6, 1H86 

6, 1886 

J, 1886 

la, 1KS6 

IH, 1MS6 

13,1886 



11,1K84 
9, IWo 
6. 1886 
6, lh86 
H, 1KS6 

11, 1K84 
0, 1HS6 

16, iHKo 
6, 1S«6 
6, 1K86 
9, I8«5 

11, 1S.H4 

11, IHHI 
9, IX-S 

11, IMM 
«, 1S.S6 

25, l»tl 
r.». iH»<5 
•A \*^ 
6, IK^ 
ft, 1M<5 
9, IHH.'J 
9, 1KS5 
9, 1M>*5 

12, 1H«5 
6, 1H86 

12, 18K5 

6, 1886 

6, 1886 

6, 1886 

25.1886 

22,1886 

21, 188i 



JUBTIG^ OP THE PEACE. 



105 



JUSnCBB OF THE PEACA— CoAtiDUed. 



Names of Jiutiees. 



Townships. 



GBSKffE OOUKTY. 



M. V. Bitjreott 

Jmmes WT Babb 

AbnerS. Buck 

W. R. M. Cooper 

J. B. Cummlngs 

Geo. W. nark 

H. D. Davis 

W. W. Fen^BOD , 

H. C. Fudee 

William H*»lmer.... 

J. W. Hnmilton 

H. H. Hale 

John A. Johnson.... 

Geo. W. Neville 

A. W. Osborn 

J. V. Rojfers 

W. D.Sutton 

John Towell 

George Truman , 

A. H. White 

R. P. Walker 

Edwnrd R, Walton. 
D. S. Zlnn 



Bath 

CsBsar's Creek 

Xenla 

Cedarville , 

Ciesar's Creek 
Silver Creek ... 



i( 



Beaver Creek .. 

New Jasper 

Beaver Crof:k.. 

Miami 

Humir Creek 

Jefferson 

Xenia 

(Vdarville 

Jefferson 

New Jasper 

Ross 

ftprlnjc Valley.. 

mami 

R'^ss 

Spring Valley 
Bath 



OrERNSEY COUNTY. 



D. M. Watson 

Joseph Wilson , 

W. A. Carpenter 

FIza Turner 

E. M. Nelson 

W. P. Calvert 

James Selby 

John Frye 

J. W. Armtitronff 

Thomas MoKahan 

J. •.. Hawthorne 

J R Patterson 

Wm. M. Ix>ffan 

Hamuel W. Luccock 

John K. Thompson 

J. 1». Thompson 

Simeon Brown 

J. B Hartley 

Clark Rose 

T. M. Jcihnson 

D. T. Branigar 

Wm. Virtue 

Josiah P. Bryant 

J. R Turkle 

Joseph Ferrell , 

N.T.Oliver 

Morrison Chester 

Alex. I^ne 

H. C. DolMson 

J. C. Mr<'RlI 

M. USpnld 

George W. Frye 

Elljsh I>ougherty 

Bamuel Smith 

Wm. T. Wilson 

John H. White 

Alfred Weedon 

Solomon Mercer 

Robert McBurney 

James M. Patterson 

E. M. Creighton 



Adams 



• 4 



Cambridge 
Center 



Jackson 



Jefferson 
Knox 



Londonderry 
Liberty 



(( 



Madison 
«« 

Milwood.. 

44 

Monroe .. 

44 

O.xford .... 

44 
«4 

Rlchlaiid 

44 
44 



Post-offlce address. 



Expiration 
of term. 



Osborn , 

Paintersville. 

Xenia 

Cedarville .... 

Xenia 

Jamestown ... 



44 



April 



12,1884 
18,1885 
13,1885 
so' 1884 



Alpha 

New Jasper 

Zimmerman vilie 

Yellow Springs 

Bellbrook 

Bowersville 

Xenia 

Cedarville I 

Bowersville 

New Jasper I 

Grape Grove I 

Spring Valley 

Clifton I 

Cedarville | 

New Burlington, Clinton co.i 
Fairfield I 



Galligher 

Sogo, Muskinj^um county. 
Cambridge 



WaHhlngton 

Midway 

Byesville 



Midway 

Brady 

Creighton 

Flat Ridge 

liOni^ondcrry . 

Klmbolton 

North Salem... 

Antrim 

Brown 

Quaker City... 

Salcsvlllc 

QuHker City... 
Millnersville ., 
North Salem... 
Middlebourne 
Fairvicw 



Senecaville. 

44 

44 



Spencer 

44 

Valley....*.*.'.'*..*. 

44 

Washington 

44 

West land 

44 

Wheeling ..... 



Blue Bell 

Cumberland . 

Dvsons 

Buffalo 

Millnersville. 

44 



C^amoridge 



44 



Mills 

r« 

44 



Guernsey. 



<4 



Washington 

44 



44 



RAMIL.TO!f COUNTY. 



John Anthony ... 
A. I. Applegate... 
P. M. Raughman 

M. U Bevls 

Wm. Borrman 

lael Bloom 





6, 188d 




18,1885 




18,1886 




«, i8WJ 




6,1886 




12, 1884 




18,1885 


Nov. 


8,1885 


Oct. 


l.S, 188« 


April 


12, 1884 




12. 1884 




6,1886 


Oct. 


17,1885 


April 


12,1884 


Oct. 


17,1884 


April 


12, 1884 




13, 1885 




12, 1884 




6,1886 


April 


10,1885 




10,1885 




10,1885 




9, 1886 




10, 1886 




10, 1N86 


Aug. 


22, 1884 


Oct. 


16, 1^84 




16, 1884 




24, 1^86 


April 


10, isab 




0, 1H86 




9. 1M6 




10, 1S85 




10, 1«85 


Oct. 


14, IN86 


April 


25, 1886 




9, 1^86 




8, IHH4 


Oct 


l«, 1885 


April 


8, 1K84 


CKt. 


10, IW"5 




10, 


April 


10, t««4 




9, io«<; 




10. ^OQtK 




K, icon 




9, 1004 




10, .CXM 


Oct. 


21, -^or 




IH, .co<< 


April 


9, tpoj 




>*, '0*J^ 




10, «004 




8. »c<»« 




9, »oo# 


Oct. 


16, V <><^ 


April 


8, 100^ 




8, tCKJj 




8, 10c J 




9 J ICO 



1««« 



Circlnnatl..., 

Green 

Whitewater. 

Crosby , 

Millereek .... 
Cincinnati... 



Cincinnati 1 Not. 1, 

Cheviot '-April 22, 



Miami .. 
Preston . 
Avondale. 



li 



May 



17, '8 
14. - 
1,1886 



Cincinnati ' Not. 6, 1666 



106 



▲KKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices or the PEAO^-Continaed. 



Kftme« of Jnstioes. 



Hamilton OoufUp'-Ooniinued. 



Geo. W. Browa 

F. H. Oampaeli 

James Carfin „ 

Louis W. Cla«on 

Auffust Crance 

J. JB. Cummings 

James B. Drake 

John W Dunn 

Edward Gllllgan .,. 

David A. Garrett 

Patrick Grofcan „ 

Henry Hayne 

FranciH A. Hill 

Henry Ittlg 

Ciiarles E. James 

Frederick A. Johnson 

George W. Jooes 

A. C. Kaylor.: 

A. J. Kizer .1 

H. Walt- rLowrey 

Amzi McGlll 

Lewis McHenry 

Nathan Marchant. , 

James B. Matron , 

H B. Mnyhew 

H. H. Morris 

ThoR. W. Myers 

8. W. Orsborn 

Richard Paall 

D. Pdxton :.. 

Honry Runck, Jr 

William St'hroeder 

Vin<*eut Schwab 

C. H. H oith ; 

D.J.Smith 

John Todd 

Jacob Voorhees 

Frank Well 

A. E. West 

HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Townships. 



Symmes 

Harrison 

Miami 

Columbia..... 

Anderson 

Springfield .. 

Columbia , 

Green 

Cincinnati... 

Anderson 

Green 

C'incinnati .. 

Columbia 

St«rrs 

Spencer 

Cincinnati .. 

Anderson 

Millcreek 

Symmes 

Cincinnati .. 

Coleraiu 

Crosby 

Cincinnati... 

Miami 

Springfield .., 

Fulton 

Sycamore 

Whitewater. 

Delhi 

•Symmes 

Delhi 

Cincinnati... 
(Mnoinnati.... 
Whitewater, 
Springfield.. 

Sycamore 

Sycamore .... 

Colerain 

Harrison 



T. F. Edglngton 

J. H. Spltler 

<3eorge W. Burket. 

John ('. Hayse 

Peter RIckart 

John Wortman 

Henry B 'wer.s 

BenJ. F. Burnap.... 

Peter H. Powell 

M. C. Palmer 



D B. Beardsley 

Wra. M. MoKlnley... 

Jame.s Huft. 

Chri.<«tlan German 

Andrew T. .Moore 

Wm. M. King 

Robert Thorn burg.... 

Ellis Clln^erman 

Gamaliel C. Barnet... 

A. M. .Tacohs 

Joseph Dlllery 

Joseph Overholt 

James Wilson 

John Crawford 

Ellas Wilson 

Jacob B. Smith 

Henry Rudlsill 

W. B. Miller 

EllshaTodd 

Elijah T. Cummins.., 
David P. Haggerty... 

Josiah Faht 

Amos WIttenmeyer. 
West Montgomery... 

A. B. Jenner 

John Baker 



Portage 

Alien 

Union 

Jackson.. 

Union , 

Bhinchard 

Jackson 

Amanda. 

Kagle 

Orange 

Findlay 

Grange 

Madison 

Washington 

Bigllck 

Portage 

Allen 

Madison 

Findlay 

Bigllck 

Washington 

(^ass 

Marion 

Amanda 

Delaware *.... 

Kagle 

Liberty 

Marion 

Plensjint 

Pleasant 

Llb»*rty 

Delaware 

Blanchard 

Van Buren ....... 

Van Buren 

Cass 



PoBt-offloe address. 



' Expiration 
term. 



Loveland, Clermont county 

Harrison „ , 

('leves. 

Madison vllle 

Sweet Wine 

Glendale 

Madison ville 

Dent 

Cincinnati , 

Mt. Washington 

M t. Airy « 

Cincinnati 

Pleasant Ridge 

Ciuclnnati— 21st ward 

Linw^ood 

Cincinnati 

Newton. ..„ 

Ludlow Grove.. 

Camu Dennison 

Cincinnati „ 

Groesbeck 

Sater 

Cincinnati 

North Bend 

Springdale , 

Clnclunati, 294 E. avenue.... 

Sharon vllle 

Eliza bet htown 

Sedamsville, Cincinnati 

Gamp Dennison 

Delhi 

iMnclnnati 

(Cincinnati... 

Harrison 

Mt. Healthy 

M«>nigomery 

Reading 

Taylor's Creek 

Harrison 



Portage Center 

Van Buren 

Rows<jn 

Houcktown 

Rowson 

McComb 

Houcktown 

Vanlue 

Findlay 

Ada, Hardin county 

Findlay 

Cannonsburg 

ArlinglA>n 

Foslorla 

Bigllck, via Findlay 

Portage Center 

Ftndluy 

Wllllamstown 

Findlay 

Vanlue 

Arcadia. 

Blooindale, Wood county 

Arcadia 

Vanlue 

Mt. Blanchard 

Findlay 

Findlay 

Findlay 

McComb 

McComb 

Flndl«y 

Mt. Blanchard 

Benton Ridge 

Hassan 

Hassan 

Arcadia 



Ixp] 
ofi 



A.p?il 



Oct 

April 
Oct. 

April 

April 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
April 

Nov. 

Aprii 

Oct. 
April 

Oct 
April 
Oct. 
April 

Oct 

June 

April 



July 

April 

May 



Oct 
April 



Oct 



April 



Oct 



April 



May 

April 

Oct 



12,1886 
17,1885 
17,1886 
18,1865 
14, 18H 
18, is^. 

25, 18Mi 
23,1885 

9,1886 
14,1884 
19,1886 
14,1884 
17, 1885 
18,1885 
16,1886 
29,1884 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 

5, 1886 
28, 1886 

4, 1884 
14, 1884 
28,1884 

17, 1H85 
14,1884 

18. 1886 
16,1886 

27, 1884 
17, 1885 
27,^885 
14,1884 

28, 1884 
30, 1885 
27, 1884 

16, 1886 

17, 1885 

26, 1884 
16, 1886 
26,1884 



19,1886 

19, 1886 

G, 1884 

6, 1884 

6, 1H84 

6, 1884 

17, 1884 

17, 1KH4 

17, 1884 

17, 1884 
10, 1HS5 
10, 1K85 
10, I.S85 
10, 1SK.5 

18, 1SH5 
IH. 1885 
18, lf*5 

18, 1885 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
9, 1K86 
9. 1K86 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 
9. 1886 
9, Mm 
9, 1886 
9, 1886 

14. 1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 

19, 1886 
2, 1886 
9,1886 

19,1881 
19, 11 



JUBTICEB OF THE PEA^E. 



107 



JuBTiCEB OF THB PsACK—Coo tinned. 



Names of Jnitloes. 



Lewis Dunson 

Joseph Anderson 

Hmrfj J. Eager^ 

James J. Wood a. 

a A. Rlsd 

Thomas J. Miller 

Wm. Mathews 

John B. King 

Thomas B. Brown 

Wm. Yunger. 

Jacob 6eig 

W. H. H. Pieck 



Zealand T. Gilbert 

W. 8. Drer 

Richard Selgle 

H- Vermillion 

C. W. Runser , 

Uee Tamer. 

A. B. Charles. 

William LAnts 

Thomas J. McDonald 

Joseph McLaln , 

L. Zogsehwert 

Charles Bailey 

E. H. Mahon 

Frank Given 

Homer P. Stevenson.. 

Green Porter- 

Thomas Walters 

B. Cotner.. 



HARRiaOK CX)UNTY. 



William Porter 

Dfcvld McCall 

George Love 

John Shaffer 

James Howard 

James Moore 

Cyrus T. L^mg , 

John M. Greenlees.. 

Thomas Mofire„ 

H«nry Seldenberg... 
William Crosk^y .... 
John A Copeland... 

Nathan Wright 

Joseph Romans. 

J. J. Sesrs 



W. A. Klrkpatrlek! . 

D. R. Phillips !2.. 

Samoel Mack, 8r 

W. a Law 

James W. Nixon 

John L. Johnson 

Wflllam H. Knight. 

J. R. Rob#rt« 

John A.Scott 

W. R (SHmes 

M. Virtue 

M H. Toland 

r. A. Splker 

David riteel 



HENRY COrNTT. 



John Anglemire... 

J. P. Bowen 

Hiium Crossman. 
Janses Donovan ... 

John Donovan 

Charlee Hornnng. 
8am oel Hen ricks. 

Atarahsm Huff. 

Aagnst Hops 

W.r. Johnson 

W.J. Johnson 



Townships. 



Buck 



4« 



Blanohard 

t« 

Cessna 

it 

Dudley 

ti 

Goshen 

It 

Hale '.*.'.'.'. 

If 

Jackson ..... 
tt 



Linn 



tt 



Marion 



It 



Liberty 
it 



McDonald 

it 

Pleasant.... 



tt 



Roundhead 



Post-offlce address. 



Kenton 



tt 



Dunkirk 
tt 

Kenton . 
It 



Kenton 



tt 



Rldgeway 
- VJ 



Mt. Victory 

Forest 

Patterson 

Kenton , 

tt 

Ada 

West Newton, Allen co. 

Ada 

It 

Roundhead 

Belle Centre 

Kenton , 

tt 

Roundhead 



t» 



It 



Silver Creek 



Taylor Creek 

tt 

Washington | North Washington. 



It 



Athens. 



It 



Archer 



It 



Cadis. 



It 



Franklin. 



It 



German 



tt 



Greeo 



It 



Free port. 
It 



Moorefield 



New Athens 

tt 

Archie , 

It 

Cadiz.. .'.'.".'..■..'.'.". 
It 



Deersvllle. 

Tappan .... 

Germtin.... 

Means 

Hopedalc. 
It 

Free port... 



tt 



Monroe 



It 



North 



Piedmont.. 

Moorefield 

Bowerston 



Expiration 
of term. 



Nottingham 



tt 



Rumley. 



It 



Stwk 



Hhortcreek .. 

Washington 

tt 



(^onotton 

Kcio 

Hnttunia 

It 

Jewctt 

New Hum ley 
LftceysvllJe .. 

Sclo 

Harrisvllle.... 
Tippecanoe .. 



Washington j Texas 

Freedom ; Napoleon 

Monroe ' ** 

Napoleon [ *' , 

Bartlow ' Deshler 

Pleasant ■ New Bavaria 

Washington j Colton 

Flatrock I Nap<ileon 

Freedom ' Wauseon, Fulton Co. 

Damascus. ' Grelton 

Pleasant ' Holgate 



Aprtl 

Oct, 

April 

Oct, 

April 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct, 
April 

Oct. 
April 
May 
April 



Oct. 

April 

Nov. 



April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct 
April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 



April 

Oct, 

April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 

Oct. 



12,18ft4 
1»,1885 
18,1885 
18,1885 
13, 1885 
13,1885 
25,1886 
12,1881 
13, 1885 
13, 1885 
12,1884 
15,1884 
19, lh84 

11, 1886 

12, 1884 
90, 1884 

7,1886 

7, 1886 

25, 1886 

13, 1885 

12, 1884 
18, 1885 
12,1884 

2, 1886 
12,1884 

13, 1885 
11, 1886 
24, 1886 
13, 1885 
— , 1885 



11,1884 
15, 1884 
1I„1S85 

7, 1886 
11, 1885 
13, 1885 
11, 1885 
11, 1H85 
15, 1.H86 
13, 1884 
11,1884 
11, 1S85 
15, Ihi^ 
13, 1885 
15, 1^84 

7, 1886 
15, 1886 
11, 18^4 
11, INM 
11, 1884 
15, 1^^6 

7, INMJ 

7, Ihn; 
7, 1KS*{ 
7, ls^rt 
7. 1^N6 
7, IKS6 
II, I?cv-i 
13, 1885 



U, IV85 

9, 1VS6 

14. 1^5 

U, IHN5 

18, \»m 

12, 1884 

18, 1K84 

14, 1885 

9, 1886 

18, I'm 

17, 1885 



108 



ANNUAL ItEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices or thk Pkacb— Conilnaed. 



Names of Justices. 



Henry County— OontinuetL 

Joseph O. Merrltt 

Wm. H. Mitchell 

John (i. Markley 

Joseph Newell 

Feter Punches 

Eugene Packard 

Isaac 8. Pope 

B. W. Pennock 

Frederick Steward 

James E. Scofield , 

Philip U. Schwab 

John Sherbrook 

W. A. Tressler 

Orrin Thompson 

W. B. Tubbs 

J. P. Watson 

•. D. Winner. 

HIGHLAND COUNTY. 

John Bell 

J. M. Bales 

W. T. Covan 

Neri Chaney 

J. L. Dumenll 

^uinton Dick 

J. M. KouKt 

Joseph C.Furguson 

WeskyUall 

J. N. Gall 

D. R. Glaze 

J. M. Grim 

Abraham Hurst 

C. P. Helsey 

A. Harmon 

Le itoy Kclley 

Julius Knauer 

F. M. Michael 

W. O. Murphy 

Jos. D. Morrow 

K. J. McAlpln 

John McKeynolds 

Alexaitder Purdy 

A. N. Patton 

Jacob Stout 

EliShafer 

M. M. Smith 

W. T. Slanforlh 

Isaac Shaffer 

A. S. Thomas 

V. F. Underwood 

T. H. Vance 

J. B. Worley 

L. F. Webster 

T. M. Watts 

IIOC'KINO COUNTY. 

William B. Fleming 

F. R. Pettet 

Q. W. Brehm 

Win. M. Davey 

L. S. Bort 

Ed. S. Culver 

O. W. Tnhagan 

Jess<* Roby 

O. R. Huls 

Abraham Miller. 

John Kuhn 

Thomas Uutchlnson 

T. D. Woods 

Johns. Martin 

Washington Erasure , 

Amos Hedges 

A. B. Riason 



Townships. 



Marlon 

Bartlow.... 
Damascus . 
RldgevlUe 

Marlon 

Monroe 

Harrison .. 
Liberty 



i( 



Flatrock .. 
Pleasant.... 
Richfield .. 
Napoleon... 

RldgevlUe. 
Harrison .. 
Richfield .. 



Washington 



Clay 

tigt 

F'alrfleld. 

Salem 

Dodson 

Manthall 

Clay 

Paint 

MarKhall 

Brush Creek . 

Paint '. 

Jackson 

White Oak.... 

Liberty 

Fairfield 

Hamer 

Union 

Jnckson 

Penn 

Madison 

New Market. 
White Oak... 

Madison 

Concord 

Hamer 

Salem 

Washington . 

Dodson 

Union 

Penn 

New Market . 

Liberty 

Conconl 

Brush Creek . 



Benton 
t« 

Falls ... 
it 

«t 

it 

Green... 



it 



Good Hope, 
it 

Laurel 

it 

it 

Marlon 

it 

Perry 

it 



Post-offlce address. 



Hamler 

Deshler 

McClure • 

RldgevlUe 

Hamler 

Napoleon 

it 

Liberty Centre 

Florida .*....*. ,.'.'.'*.'.*.. .*.'.. 

Holgate 

Grelton 

Napoleon 

tt 

RldgevlUe*... .!....*..'.....7....!! 

Napoleon 

Milton Center, Wood Co.. 

Buford 

Berry vllle 

Leesburg 

Prlcet'^wn 

Lynchburg 

Marshall 

Buford 

Ralnsboro 

Marshall 

Carmel 

Turkey 

New P^itersburg 

Bell 

Mowrystown 

Hlllsboro 

Highland P. O 

Nevin 

WiilettsvUle 

Bell 

Samaniha 

Greenfield 

New Market 

Taylorsvllle 

Greenfield 

Sugar Tree Ridge 

Nevin 

Prlcetown 

Berry vllle 

Lynchburg 

WlUettsvine 

Samantha 

New Market- 

Hlllsboro 

Fairfax 

Carmel 

South Blooralnghlll 

Hue, Vinton Co 

Logan 

tt 

»t 

New Gare 

Green Dale 

Logan 

Black Bridge.. 

tt 

Glblsonville .*.*.. .7......*..7.... 

it 

u 

Bremen, Fairiield county 

Logan 

fiuena Vista. 

LaurelvlUe 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

April 
Oct. 

April 



Oct 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

May 

April 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 

June 

April 

June 

May 

April 



April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
Aprtl 

Nor. 



12,1894 
14,1685 
18,188^ 

9,1886 
18,1884 

9,1886 

9.1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
14,1885 
17,1885 
18,1886 
14,1885 
14,1885 

9,1886 
18,1884 
14,1886 



18,1885 
10,1885 
11,1886 
19, 1884 
19,1884 
11,1886 
111.1884 
11,1886 
IK, 1885 
11, 1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
19, 1884 
19,1884 
11, 1886 
11, 1886 

15, 1885 
4,1884 

U, 1886 
lU, 1885 
11, 1881 
II, 1886 
i9, 1884 
8,1885 
17, IH86 
17, 1886 

16, 1886 

10, JSH5 
6, 1M6 
2, 1H86 

11, 1884 
10,1885 
10,1885 
'22, iH84 
10, 1M85 



6, 1886 

6,1884 

«, 1886 

6, 1H84 

6, ISM 

6, 18H4 

6,1886 

14,1886 

6,1886 

1$,18»5 

14,1885 

14,1885 

6,1884 

13,1885 

14,1885 

6,1886 

4,1884 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



109 



JusTiCBS OF THE PsACS—Con tinned. 



Kames of Justices. 



Hockinff Omnty— Continued. 



P. M. Floyd 

William Kenxtedy^. 

I>anlel U Darls „ 

Homer Stlers 

F. M.Sims • 

F M. Welts. 

£.«. Martlo 

A. W. Mank 



HOI.MBS OOCNTY, 



D. F. Row 

n. I- GUunue > 

John it. Luke 

<*lirl?»llan H<»over „ 

Uobert Justice 

SAHiuel lyiwther 

J, M. Linjc 

W. L. Johnston s. 

Henry Wncbtel 

f>H\lil I. K<»rr 

Kllab Purdy 

Adam MulU't 

Hamuel Kerr „ 

J. M. Miirtln 

John T. Mclntlre 

Wm. A. Haerfft»r 

Kno*t Moreland 

Jameff llirk 

John; Daily 

Jam^ Swan, Hen 

Jotieph Borden 

<'harieK E. McKee. 

M. M. Young 

ElUah Row 

I). (\ St«rker„ 

<f. M. Breltenbucher 

J. hn K, Thompson „ 

W. S. Troyer 



Townships. 



Perry 

8alt Creek. 

Starr .' 



Ward 

Washington 



It 



Berlin 
t» 



iJorraan ... 

tt 

llirdy ."'.. 
t« 

Killbuck'.! 

lvl"»\ 

i. 

M« cimnic 
Monroe ... 



Paint 

it 

Prairie !!!!!!!"" 

(t 

Ripley .!.!!!!."!!! 

Richland ........ 

it 

Salt Creek ...... 

i. 

Washington... 
t* 

ii 
Walnut Creek! 



Post-office address. 



South Perry, 

Haynes 

it 



HaydenvlUe. 

Starr 

Orbl.ston 

Ewlng , 

Ilesborough . 



Expiration 
OT term. 



Oct. 15, 188C 

April 14, 1885 

11.1884 

«, 188« 

6, 1886 

Nov. 23, 1886 

April 6, 1884 

14, I88ft 



Berlin 

«t 

F^armerstown 

tt 

Millersburg 

tt 

Kiiibuck ..,.11!;Z!;!1!Z:! 
tt 

Nashville"!!!!!!!!!!!"!!!!!!!; 
t. 

Clark's, CoshoetOD Co. 

Nashville , 

Wlnesburg 

t( 

HoImesvUle 

t. 

Shreve, Wayne county, O. 
tt 

Black Creek.. 



tt 



t« 



HUROX COUKTY. ! 

M. M. Hester - 

J. L*. Pratt _ 

Myron Rogers. 

.V. J. Blackraan I 

L. I>. Allen 

<', r. Green ^ „ „ 

J. T. Townsend 

Klias Easter 

J. 31. Wright „.. 

W. J. Wheeler „ 

Hyatt Travis 

H. M. Hood ^..| 

J. B. Daring - , 

E- O. Merr>- 

F. H. Mason -. 

Sherman Culp 

Samuel Snyaer 

D. R.Sackett„ i 

A. M. Beattle, T. 

H. 8. Mitchell \ 

Frank Sawyer, Jr „— »« 

Wesley Robinson 

I>avid Crawford ^.^ 

W. T. Snyder - , 

John Nesbit ^..1 

Daniel Sweetland. ...„ 

J. P. ComelL.. 

James Oreen.. J 

J. J. Carney .... 



Bronson. 



Clarksfleld. 
tt 

Fairfield 

Fitehvllle. 
tt 

Greenfield. 



Mt. Hope 

Benton 

Lonrlonvllle, Ashland Co., O 

Nashville 

riinipton 

Walnut CYeek 



Norwalk 

Olena 

Clarkhrteld 

tt 

North F»I rifle id! 

Fitchville.. 

tt 



April 



Deo. 
Oct. 
April 
OcL 

April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 



.! Steuben. 



I 



tt 



Greenwich 

tt 

Hartland... 
tt 

Lyme 



Greenwich. 

It 

Hartland... 
tt 



... Bellevue. 



New Haven. 



(I 



April 
Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 
April 



New London. 



Norwalk. 
ti 

Norwich 

tt 

Peru 



tt 



Richmond 

tt 

tt 

Rid^elleld.. 
tt 



Ri|>ley 



**«««*^ ■ 



Plymouth 

Chicago Junction 

New London 

tt 

Norwalk „ 

tt 

Havana. 

Centerton ., 

Peru 

tt 

Atu 'fL!!!!!'*r"!!*r!!!Z! 

Onterton „ 

Chicago Junction ...... 

MonroevlUe 



OcU 
April 



RlpleyviUe... 

M 



Oct- 
April 



15, 1885 
11, 188« 

15, 1885 
11, 188« 
11, \>M 

0, 188« 
18, 18W6 
11, I88e 

16, 18Js« 
22, 18M 
11, 1>84 
11, IHK4 
11, 1SN« 
11, J>^ 
11, 1^M 
Hi, l.v8« 
11, 188« 

11, \>m 

22, 1884 

11, lKh« 
18, 188.'> 
18, 1885 
11, 1884 
11, INM 
11, 1884 
11, 1S86 
11, 1^8« 
11, \t<^% 



9, 1885 

17, l8f>o 

17, 18N5 

4, 188« 

4, 18?< 

lU, lf^5 

1(1, l8So 

10, lvV> 

17. 18S.1 

7, lJs>4 

4, IhSi 

9, lKs,5 

17, ls.s.i 

9, 1N8.', 

9. lw> 

K, lss.'» 

9, iv^ 

14, KM 

;, i8Mt 

14, 1SH4 

12, IVNO 

25, l^^< 

4, 1V4 

7, 1^84 

9, 1^?n5 

7, 18M 

4, 1V4 

4,1V* 

7, 1»«44 

17,188* 

14, 18M 

9, lifift 



tMmaa »cbbtabt of state. 

■ucsiDr TBS Pkacb— Conttnaed. 





piMt-omMaddT«M. 








Apri 

Oct. 
















Wakeni«n ~..- 




Wakomui 


!!■ St 












Aprl 










SSa^"'==:::::;;- 




HiU'ilUon 


-^Z 






April 
A??ll 
















■" --'**"' 


<h.kHllI .f. „ 


li-sn 




















■' 


" 


tr" 


s.ig^ 






April 

Oct, 

OcU 
Nov. 










■■ 


J"n" -■:■ 


























■■ 




IfS 














































Oct. 
















iHlniiiJ <.'roek 










'^i^s^^i 




K'lS! 






























Oct. 
April 












vf^S^mi ■::::;:■::::■:= 
































PonBomer.... 














^T 






















W«mn — 




1^1886 



jnSTtCES OF TBE VSACB. 
JD8TIC18 or TBI PSACK— CODtlDQed. 



.Vameiot Jiistloeik 




PtMt-DfflMaddreu. 


ExplraUcm 
Dltenn. 


AJltMin Ad&mo 


Mon™e 


Djmocmy 


Oct, 17. 1886 












Jefftmou 






























SW;SSS::°;:::::::::::::= 


































MM<lleburs 














Morimn 






















KSS-rr"-"- 






^^*Siii: 










KhS"w.*i:i^!™"".::::-.:::::;.:: 


HfcEEiE 


Sl^^SiSfr:.:::;;;::::;::::::; 


HendrirkK M<-K«_ „ 

JaRiMO. MoArlor. — 


Harrliton 

S,»fcr" 








































&'f :■::::: ~- 


'"" US 










Is 






5;^Vf'i^;d^r■-.:::;::;;:.■:;;;::::■.:::: 
























iiinry HU:liHnl 

Viaxk Knyrt^r 

PtirlitnulierSo'liiBlp 


















"■"' liS 














Mjlv.-,l..r Veikpr - 


I award 


Ho*"n>. 


Jan. yp2 




M"l" 








Howard 






„.,:„.„.„. 




*"" l:IS 




«fe:;:::.::;:-: 




W- A; Ijl j-- 


S^iiiSEEE- 


lilSJ 


i«uh>i.5"™.::;;;:";;;;;;;;;":;: 


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April 11. IKM 


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112 



ANNUAL BEPOBT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



Justices or thk Peack— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Townships. 



Post-office address. 



Lawrence County— Ccmtinued. 



John H. Burgess .... 

John Pucket 

Alphonse Soupene. 

Caleb Arthur 

8. J. Hutton 

N. W. Frazer 

J. W. Worthlngton 

Jno. Hurting 

Davidson Mays 

8. Mrtssle 

T. J. Flnley 

W. U. Woods 

Caleb Ju8ti«'p 

Hamilton Knight... 

M. L. Becker 

J. R. Cooper 

W. H. Kelley 

E. J. Hramnier 

Isanc Booth 

I. W. Ollom 

P. H. PoUey 

Jos. Hutton 

D. R. Edwards 

R. 8. Jt)hn«on 

A. J. Jones 

Samuel Ctide 



Elizabeth 
it 

Fayette.... 
I* 



Hamilton 



t( 



Lawrence 



(t 



Mason 



«t 



Perry 
it 



Rome 
t* 



■Pinegrove 

Lawrence Furnace 

Houlh Point 

Burlington 

Siieridan 

Hanging Rock 



£Ixpiration 
of term. 



April 

Oct. 
April 



n 



Rock i'amp 



Greasy Ridge 
Forrest I>ale.. 

44 



Miller's... 
Athallo... 
Symmes i Waterloo. 

44 I .4 

rnioo Bradrlck 

RtK'kwood 



44 



PKK't-or^vllle 



Upper ! Irontoi 

4i 44 



Wi^shlngton \ Hanisonville, Jackson Co.... 

Windsor i Brudrick 

" ' Mlllville 

" I .Scott Town 



LICKING COUNTY. 



( Iran vl lie .. 
Johnstown 
Fredonla ... 

Hebron 

(.'ookMoy 

Newark 

Appleton. 



Marvin M. Munson .*.... (Iranville 

ftmitU Roberts Monroe 

Hamuol Barrick .M<*Ke m 

Edward A. Beverly , Union 

J. O. Cooksey ! Perry 

BenJ. Brownfleld Franklin 

W. W. MoClintoek Bennington. 

Wm. Ashbrook .Monroe | Johnstown 

E.J. Post Hartford ('roton. 

R. W. Larlmore I Burlington Homer 

8. E. Hagy ' Ktna Etna.... 

A. L. Nichols ' Jersey Jfrs«'y . 

John Magill ' Newton. 

A. R. Miller Harrisrtn 

8amue1 Mossraan ' Licking ] Jack.sontown 

J. N. Hoover I Bennington ' Appleton 



Dec. 
Feb. 
April 

Nov. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct, 

April 

Nov, 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct, 
April 



20, 1MH4 
28, 1885 
22,1881 
17,1885 

19, ime 

4,1884 
22,1885 

18, 1884 

19, 1886 
5, 1885 

10, 1886 
10. 1S8I 
19, 1886 
14, 1X81 
17. 18K5 
22. 1886 

16, IN84 
22, 1884 

17, 1885 
14. 18H5 
17, 1885 

16, 18M 
16, IK84 
22, ISH4 
19. 1886 



Nov. 
Oct. 



April 



(Miatham.. 
pHtaskala 



8. S. Wilson ' Mi-Kciui. 

A. K. Rogers (Iranville 



T. P. Hoover. 

L. E. Crow 

D. H. Plgg 

John St«sel 

E. Shrader 

J. H. Evans 

B. F. Sutherland .... 

E. HIckey 

Alvah Hatch 

W. D. Rtitledge 

John 8. Lough man 

D. D. Woods 

J. Hanover 

J. R. Ladd 

Wesley Coflman 

Mahlon Wiley 

Briee 8. Taylor 

F. E. Lawrence , 

B.J. Wilson 

Henry Hubbard 

T. P. Jones 

C. 8. Gilbert , 

R. 8. Fulton 

Lewis Headlee» 

Geo. Hollester 

G. W. Drake 

O. W. Marriott 

A. Stout 



Fredonia 

(iranvllle. 

New way. 



Llb»Tty 

liit'king ' Juck«*oiit^»wn 

Madison ■ Newark 



Liberty ....I Johnstown 

Perry Perryton ... 

Lima Patiiskala .. 

Washington Utiea , 

Hartford i Croton 

Franklin Newark 

Hopewell } <^ratlot 



Dec. 
OcL 

July 
June 
April 



Jersey Bi-i'h. 

Monroe .lolin<t<)wn 

St. Albans Alexu'idna 

Newton rhatluun . .. 

Hanover ! Hanover .... 



Mary Ann 

Bowling Green. 

Newark 

St. Albans 

Union 

Newark 

Burlingt'On....... 

Harrison 

Hanover 

Fallsbury 

Eden 

Washington 



Wilkin's Run. 

Linnville 

Newark 

Alexandria 

Union .Station 

Newark ,. 

Homer 

Klrkersvllle ... 

Hanover 

Fallsburg 

Long Run 

Utlca 



Jan. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 
April 



27, 1886 

29, 1886 

18, 1886 

18, lh86 

18, 18.S6 

18, 1886 

6, 1886 

6, 1886 

6, l«86 

6, 18S6 

6, 1886 

6, 1K^6 

6, 1H86 

12, 18«6 

6, 1886 

16, 188-S 

la. 188.-) 

18, 188.i 

31. 188.J 

«, lS8o 

29, IHN> 

29, IMNS 

14. IKS.-, 

II, 1KV> 

15, |Hv.-, 

.5, 1KS6 

14, 1885 

5, 1885 

5, 1885 

6, 18X5 
5, 1885 

5, 1885 

6, 1885 
18. 1885 

30. 1884 
17, 1881 
17,1884 
12,1884 
11, 1884 
12,1884 
11,1884 

7,1884 
18.1884 
12,1881 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



113 



Justices of the Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Licking County— Continued, 



Willis Day 

P. Tucker 

B. B. Moats.. 

A. L. Hensles 

David Mcintosh. 
J. T. OiUUpie 



LOQAN OOUMTY. 



W. U. Smithson „ 

8. J. Southard 

BenJ. F. Hurst 

John Waffoner 

David B. Tanger 

John A. Gray 

BenJ.8. Soott 

8. P. Strong 

John Reeoe 

P. Jones , 

« R. C Humphreys » 

'Geo. P. Bailey 

W. C. Kavanagh 

Abram P. feicott , 

John Blmel , 

John 8. Jordan 

Dan. 8. Spellman 

Wm. J. Long 

James Henry 

John Gwynn 

Reuben Martin 

John Huda , 

Reuben Bridge 

J. J. WrJght 

Emanuel Zimmerman. 

John Kerns 

James H. Pence „ 

Ell Van Horn 

C C. Buchanan 

A. J. Monroe.. 

John Riley 

Israel Pool.. 

I. N.Devore «... 



Townships. 



Eden 

Etna 

Mary Ann 

Hopewell 

Lima. 

Bowling Green. 



Bokescreek 



(t 



Bloomfleld 
it 



Harrison 



*i 



Jefferson 



It 



Lake 



t4 



Liberty 



44 



McArthur 



»4 



Miami 



44 



Monroe, 



44 



LOBAIlf CODMTT. 



Perry , 

Pleasant.. 

44 

Richland**..*."! 

44 

Rushcreek ... 

44 

Stokes 

44 

Union 

Washington 



44 



Zane 

44 



B. B. Adams 

Lemuel Abbey ,., 

G. H. Andress 

O. Barney 

Heman Barrows. 



T. C. Bowen 

R. I. BasUrd, Jr 

John Booth 

Thoroa* W. Browning. 
Geo. B. Chamberlain.... 

L. L. Craue- 

E. F. Chapman 

Arden Dnie 

C. H. Doolltlle 

WllUani 8. Eastman.... 
J. B. Fllrkinger 

A. R. Fltxgemld 

Ed.Ginmore 

W.J.Gibson..., 

Jacob Hlldebrand.. 

I. B. Heacock 

K. R Husied 

J. M. Hord. 

Henry Hlrsohing 

Adoiphus Huene 

J. T. Ua^k«*ll „..„ 

W. J. Krebbs 

D. R. Lowrle 

B. W. Lock«» .- 

Rlrhard Mills 

Joel Myers , 



Columbia 

Grafton 

Henrietta 

Amherst 

Avon 

Elyria. 

Columbia 

Ca> lisle 

Wellington ... 
La Grange...... 




•••••••• 



Huntington. 

Russia 

Elyria 

Camden 



44 



Black River. 



Grafton « , 

Anihent 

Sheffield 

Wellington 

Elyria „ „ 

Amherst 

Brownbeim 

Hiintington« ^.. 

Pen field 

Ro hester.. , 

Russia „.. 

PltUfleld 

Russia 



Long Run. 
Etna 

Wilkin's Run 

Claylick 

Columbia Center 
Brownsville 



Rldgeway 

West Mansfield. 
Bloom Center.... 

44 

Bellefontalne".i 



44 



Zanesfleld 



44 



Bellefontalne 

44 



44 



West Liberty 



44 



Huntsville 

44 



Quincey 

De Graff. 

>% est Liberty .... 
Bellefontalne ... 

East Liberty 

Quincey 

LogansviUe 

New Rlchland„. 

Belle Center 

Rushsylvania ... 

44 



Bloom Center 

N. Hampshire, Auglaize co. 

Belief on taine 

Lewistown 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 

Jan 

April 
Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



44 



West MIddleburg 



Copopa i April 

Gra'ton j 

Oct. 

April 



Birmingham .... 
North Amherst 
French Creek.... 

Elyria 

Copopa „ 

La Porte 

Wellington 

La Grange 



44 



Huntington. 

Oberlin 

Elyria 

Kipton 



Oct, 
April 
Nov. 
April 



44 



Lorain 



44 



Grafton 

North Amherst.. 

Elyria 

Wellington 

Elyria 

North Amherst.. 

Brownbeim 

Huntington 

Penfield 

Rochester Depot. 

Oberlin 

PllUifleld 

Oberlin 



Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

April 

Nov. 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
AprU 



7, 1884 
7,1884 
7,1884 
7,1884 
7, 1884 
12,1884 



14,1885 
10,1886 

17, 1886 
17,1885 
18,1884 
17,1886 
10,1886 
10, 1886 
11,1884 
18,1884 

10, 1884 

18, 1884 
10,1886 
11,1884 
11,1884 
18,1884 
10,1886 

17, 1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 

11, 1884 
10, 1886 
18,1884 
17,1886 
18,1884 

18, 1886 

10, 1886 
14,1886 
14, 1886 

11, 1884 
11,1884 



14,1885 

4, 1886 
13, 1886 

6,1884 
6,1884 
7,1885 

18,1885 
4,1886 
5,1886 
7,1886 
7, 1886 
7, 18H6 

10, 1886 
7,1886 
7, 1886 
6, 1884 

19, lh84 

6, 1884 

5, 1886 

6, I8H1 
9, 18^6 

13,1^?<6 

7, 1885 

7, 1?««5 
18, 18}-^ 

7, 18H6 
4, 1886 
7, 1«85 
4,1886. 
13, 1886 
6,188i 



888 



AHMTIAI. REPOBT BSCRETABT OF STATE. 
Jumuas or TBI Pbacs— Contlnaed. 



jueriOES OF the peace. 



115 



Jasnoxs of ths Pxaok— Continued. 



Names of Joctloee. 



IfcKltem Oouniy^Oontinued, 



A. J. Cllngan 
D»Tld Brown 
H. M. Rouse .. 



MAHOIONO OOITHTY. 



Ralph Afnew 

Dtarld Anderson, Jr. 

8. H. Armstrong. 

A. J. Begei. 

Andrew w. Coohel... 

G. F. Callaban 

Robert Carson 

Solomon Clinker 

E. F. Drake. , 

BHDavls 

Solomon Elser^........, 

Moees Felnagle , 

W. O. Hendricks ..»., 

M. L. Jackson 

Jas. H. Kaiser 

Nicholas Knaaf 

Heman H. Lynn 

H. N. Lynn 

D. A. Jflller 

H. A. Manchester .... 

Ell Myers. , 

Obadiah Peters 

Thomas L. Phillips.. 

Davis Randolph 

D. I. Richards. 

John N. Rexnor 

D. N. Blmpklns 

W. F.Stnfl 

I. W. Sexton „ 

ElUah Shlnn , 

Henry SpltUer ^.. 

Sam. A. Steele 

A. W.Teets. „ 

Robert Weasner. 

M. Woolman 



fTownihlps. 



Bomerfordj. 



It 



Darby. 



3oardman .. 
Anstlntown 

Goshen 

ColtsvUle 

Green 



MARION oouimr. 



Cbarles Van Hoaten 

George W. Neal 

T, P. Unoapher ... 

& H. King 

DaTld VestaL. 

J. H. Howlson 

George Hlneman 

J.T.MarUn 

Alphens Stlffler 

J. F. WotUina ... 

Robert Porterfleld 

J. N- Abston.. , 

J. E.DaTlds 

Will E. Scofleld 

O. N. Myers ^^ 

John Blanchard 

H.C. Garyin 

C H. Rubens. 

O. N. Llndsey 

J. R. Neir. ^ 

Jacob Relchert. 

L.C.B^II « 

Peter Boger 

Lake Lenox 

B. F. HIte. „ 

Thomas Dickson 

S. a MarshalU 

B.F. Sager 

C F. Berrlnger. 

Hiram E-Gllleeple.. 



............ 



... ............ 



...................... 



............... 



...•.•.. 



41 



Milton , 

Beaver.. , 

Poland... 

Ellsworth.... 

Beaver 

f ackson 

Beaver 

ColtsvUle. 

Berlin 

Ellsworth .... 

Jackson 

Canfleld 

Ellsworth.... 

Canfleld 

Berlin 

Springfield 

Poland 

Anstlntown.. 

Goshen 

Youngstown. 

Springfield.. , 

Poland 

Smith 

Springfield... 
Youngstown. 

Canfield 

Milton 

Smith 



Post-office address. 



Somerford 



Plain City. 



Boardman ... 
Anstlntown. 



ColtsvUle. 
Green 



tt 



MUton Center. 
North Llma^.. 

Poland 

Ellsworth Center... 



••••••■•a 



••••••••• 



Pleasant 

Scott 

Big Island.... 

Salt Rock 

Green Camp 

Prospect 

Richland 

Green Camp 

Pleasant 

Prospect 

Waldo 

Marlon 



t4 



Montgomery 
Clarion 



t( 



Grand 

Scott 

Salt Rock 

Tullv 

Big island 

Waldo 

Bowling Green . 
Grand Prairie... 

Tully 

Montgomery 

Bowling Green.. 

Richland 

Grand 



••••••• 



North Jackson 

East Lewlstown... 

ColtsvUle .... «. 

Berlin Center 

Ellsworth Center. 
North Jackson .... 

Canfield 

Ellsworth Center. 

Canfield 

Berlin Center 

Springfield 

Lowellvllle 

Anstlntown 



Expiration 
ox term. 



April 15,1885 

15,1885 

May 24, 1866 



AprU 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



Dec. 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Youngstown 
«< 



leld. 



Sprlngfli 

Poland 

North Benton. 
Petersburg...... 

Youngstown.. 
Canfield 



Belolt. 



Marlon 

Klrkpatrlck.. 

Marlon 

Morral 

Green Camp.. 

Prospect 

Marlon 

Green Camp.. 

Marlon 

Prospect 

Waldo 

Marlon 



44 
44 



La Rue 

Caledonia . 



44 



Cochranton 

Caledonia 

Morral , 

Caledonia , 

Marlon ., 

Waldo 

La Rue ^.. 

Marlon ; 

Three Locust. 

New Bloomlngton 

La Rue 

Cardlngton, Morrow oo. 
Cochranton 



AprU 



Oct. 

Sept. 
April 



Nov. 

Oct. 

AprU 

Oct. 

AprU 

Oct. 



15,1885 
18,1885 

7,1886 
18,1885 

7,1886 
11,1884 
15,1885 
15,1885 

7,1886 
15,1884 
18,1885 

7,1886 
11,1884 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 
15,1885 

7,1886 
11,1884 

7,1886 
18,1885 
29,1884 
15,1885 
11,1884 
15,1885 

7.1886 
11,1884 
11,1884 
15,1885 
15,1885 
15,1885 
20,1885 

7,1886 
11,1884 

7,1886 



10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
17,1885 
15,1885 
15,1885 
15,1885 
17,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
26,1884 
22,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
17,1885 
11,1884 
18,1886 
18.1886 



116 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Justices of thb Pxace— Gontinued. 



Names of JosUoes. 



MEDINA OOimTT. 



S. F. Codding. 

J. P. Drake. 

R. O. Cartiss , 

BL H. Hard ^ 

T. C. Jeflfyies 

Nathaniel Porter... 

Joseph Andrew 

OeoFge F. Daniels.. 
QeoTge W. Crane .... 

E. 8. Pardee 

F. M. Gibbs 

H. 8. Koppes 

K L. Heacoz 

Austin Holcomb.... 

W. Pelton 

Metcalf Bell 

Lorenzo B. Wilson 

H. E. Leaob 

John Oldman 

T. W. Hatch 

John C<»oIman 

J. W. Swi^art 

N. A. Noble .„ 

Alden Whitman.... 

Erastns Brown 

H. 8. Proaty 

Wm. B. Gaylord..... 

Edwin Farr 

C M. Metzger 

O. J. Mesmer 

Francis Packard^... 

C 8. Ganyard 

8. W. Earl 

Eagene Rolo„ 

W. E. Beardsley ... 

Addison Luce 

Wm. H. Alden 

P. W. Foskett 

B. M. Thayer. 

Chancy 8pear 



MEIGS C50UNTY. 



R. D. Rawllngs 

James Michaels.^ „ 

George Buck 

David Will 

Bamuel McCulIough 

John McKlnstry „ 

B. P. Wilson 

John Simmons 

D. M. Byers. 

A. J. Allen 

Thomas Alexander, Jr „ 

J. D. Shannon „.. 

G. H. Caldwell 

Joha H. Parker. 

B. M. Caldwell 

Bamuel J. Staneart 

G. V. Lasher 

L. M. Hlgley 

W. G. Giles 

Jesse J. M. kluit 

J. J. White 

L. H. Phllson 

James Hart. 

Zacharlah Dye 

A. J. Hutchison 

F. H. McKnlght _. 

David Longstreet... 

Franklin Edmundson 

J. B. Smith 

Isaac Bradfield. , 

L. H. Lee „ 



Townships. 



Hinkley 

York 

Medina 

Montville ... 

Spencer 

Hinkley 

Montville.... 
Wei>tfleld.». 

Sharon 

Wadsworth 
Brunswick , 
Lafayette.... 

Brunswick , 

York 

Litchfield 

Sharon 

Guilford 

Litchfield , 

Homer 

Granger.. , 

Guilford 

Sharon ,. 

Litchfield 

Chatham , 

Medina... 

Lafayette... 

HarrisvlUe ..... 
Wadsworth .... 
Liverpool 



.............. 



t( 



Chatham 

Granger 

Westfleld 

Homer 

Wadsworth ... 

Spencer 

Medina... 

Sharon 

Montville 

Guilford 



•••■••■••••••••a* 



Bedford 

n 

Chester 



Columbia ... 

(4 



Lebanon. 






Letart.... 
01ive..!.7. 
Orange. 



Rutland... 



it 
Sutton 



Sclplo .. 
It 



It 



Salem. 



it 



Salisbury. 
It 



Post-office address. 



Hinkley 

Mallet Creek 

Medina 

Poe City... 

Spencer 

Hinkley , 

Medina. 

LeRoy 

Sharon... 

Wadsworth. .. 

Brunswick , 

Chippewa. 

Brunswick 

Mallet Creek.. 

Litchfield 

Sharon 

River Styx..... 

Litchfield 

Homervllle .... 
Granger burg. 

Seville 

Sharon 

Litchfield 

Chatham 

Weymouth.... 
Whittlesey .... 

Lodi 

Wadsworth ... 
Liverpool 



«•••»«••••••*•• 



EzplFatlon 
ox term. 



Aprtl 



May 

Oct. 



ApHl 



Oct. 



Aprtl 



It 



Chatham ..».. 

Granger 

Frtendsville. 
Homervllle.. 
Wadsworth . 

Spencer 

Medina. 

Sharon.. 

Medina. 

Seville 



Hemlock Grove... 

Harrison ville 

Chester 

Pomeroy « 

Chester. 

Valley Ford....«.... 

Dexter 

Portland 

Raclue... 

Portland 

Letart. 

Antiquity 

Long Bottom 

Tuppers Plains ..., 



Oct. 



9,1884 
9, 18M 
9,1884 
9,1684 
9,1884 
9,1884 
9,1884 
4,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12, 1886 
12, 1886 
12,1886 
12.1886 
12,1686 
18,1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
10,1888 
10,1886 
10,1888 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
10,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 
15,1886 



*i 



Alfred ... 
Rutland. 



i« 
«t 



ti 



Racine 

Syracuse 

Racine 

Downington „. 

Harrisonville. 
tt 

Hanes ville. 

Dexter 

Alberta. 

Middleport...... 

Pomeroy 



tt 



Aprtl 

OcU 
AprU 

Oct. 

April 

Jan. 
April 

Oct. 
Aprtl 



Aprtl 

Oct. 

Aprtl 

Oct. 

Aprtl 



Oct. 

Aprtl 
Oct. 



12,1886 
12,1886 
14, 1886 
18,1886 
12,1888 
12,1884 
18,1886 
18,1886 
12,1884 
12,1886 
25,1886 
12, 1886 
12,1886 
29,1884 
12,1886 
12,1884 
12,1886 

12, 1884 
12,1884 
18, 1886 
14,1886 
18,1886 
12,1884 
1^1884 
14, 1885 
29,1884 

13, 1886 
12,1884 
29,1884 
28,1884 

1886 



JUSTICES OP THE PEACE. 



117 



Justices of thb Peaok— Continued. 



Names of Justioes. 



XKBGSB OOUNTT. 



Martin Winkler 

T. R. Miller „.. 

David W. Frick 

Joaeph L. Weis 

fitepnen Howick, Jr. 

George W. Raudabaugb 

P. P. Robison 

A. H. Frysinger.^ 

Wm. Lacy^ „ 

R. a Miller 

A. O. Clark 

Oeorge R. McDaniel 

John G. Beokman 

J. M. Sheneberry 

Henry Beathler 

Adam Blebert 

Jomeph May 

J. W: Riley. 

Philip Hill 

H. V. HiDton 

John Wertz „ 

Fred. Moller. 

Nelson Armantrout.. 

George A. Reinhard» 

James Pearson 

John McAfee 

J.W. Presbo 

I^ A. Barber 



MIAMI' COUNTY. 



David R. Albaugb 

Joeeph N. Prazier„ 

Frank A. Harrly„ 

Noah H. Albaugb. 

R. R. Chase 

Thomas B. Kyle 

Van 8. Deaton 

John L. McKinney 

William Snodgrass 

Jacob U. Baumgardner. 

W, H. Frink. 

Michael Duncan 

William Buckles. 

Nathaniel Hill 

Wm. R.Sloan 

SpofTord W. MaxwelL... 

P. A. Stedman 

J. H. Martin „..., 

R. M. Evans 

A. H. Wesler 

Benjamin Enyeart 

Davis Baird 

Thomas R. Patterson...., 

W.J.Clyde 

Marlon Jackson. 

Hiram Brown „ 



XONROB COUNTY. 



Cephas Hart 

C. M. Blowers 

J. M. Boughner... 

R. M. Cline 

August Meyer.... 

M. Warwick 

W. J. AUen 

John R. Camden 

P. M. Beard 

Elijah Brown 

Isaac Hanson 

Thomas Wilson . 

James Clegs 

W. L. Norns.. 



J. T. Culverhouse. 



Townships. 



Black Creek 
Butler 



Center 

Dublin.*.!;.*. 
It 

Franklin . 
t( 

Gibson 

ti 

Granville. 
(• 

Hopewell. 

Jefferson . 

(i 



Liberty .. 
Marion .. 



<t 



Recovery. 



(t 



Washington. 



ti 



Union.... 
it 



Union 

Brown 

Washington . 

Bethel 

Union 

Concord 

Elizabeth 

Washington . 
Spring Creek. 
Newberry ..... 

Union 

Brown 

Lost Creek .... 
Newton 



It 



Staunton 

Washington 
Newl>erry ... 
Monroe 



tt 



Staunton 
Concord ... 



Spring Creek. 
Lost Creek ... 

Elizabeth 

Bethel 



Adams 
tt 

tt 

Benton 
tt 

Bethel .. 



tt 



tt 

Center.... 

t» 

Franklin 

ft 



Green. 



tt 

tt 



Post-office address. 



Wilshlre 

Shanes Crossings. 

Coldwater 

tt 

Neptune «.. 



tt 



Shanes Crossings. 

tt 

Montezuma 



tt 



Ft. Recovery.. 



tt 



St. Henry. 

tt 

Celina. .....'. 

it 



tt 



Chattanooga.. 



tt 



Cassella. 

Maria Stein .. 
Ft. Recovery. 

Ferner.. 

Wabash City. 

Macedon 

Mendon 



tt 



Laura 

Conover 

Plana 

Taamor 

West Milton. 

Troy 

Alcony 

Plqua 



it 



Bradford 

West 

Fl^'tcher 

Casstown 

Pleasant Hill 



tt 



Troy 

Plqua 

Covington 

Tippecanoe City. 



tt 



Troy 

tt 



Plqua 

Casstown. 
Alcony.... 
Brandt .... 



Irish Ridge. 

it 



Cameron 
Jolly 



tt 



Masterton 

Marr 

Sycamore Valley 

Woodsfleld 

it 

Stafford *.*.*.*.;;.*.*.' 

it 



Round Bottom. 

Lalngs 

it 



Expiration 
of term. 



AprU 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

AprU 



Jan. 

April 

Dec. 

Oct. 
ApHl 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 



April 



Oct, 



Sept. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
Dec 
April 



April 
Oct. 



April 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

April 



12,1885 
20,1885 
15,1886 
12,1886 
15,1886 
19,1884 
12,1885 
12,1885 
U, 1884 

6,1886 
20,1886 
11,1884 
21,1884 
21,1884 
18,1885 
12,1885 
13,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
18,1885 

6,1886 
11,1884 
15,1886- 
13,1885 
19,1884 
12,1885 
11,1884 



7,1886 

18,1886 

15,1886 

16,1886 

24,1886 

8,1884 

8,1884 

8, 1884 

8,1884 

8,1884 

26,1884 

14,1885 

14,1885 

14,1885 

14,1885 

12,1885 

17,1885 

23,1885 

27,1886 

27,1886 

4,1886 

4,1886 

4,1886 

4,1886 

4,1886 

4,1886 



11,1884 
29, 1884 
24,1885 
13,1886 
11,1884 
14,1885 
23,1884 
13, 1^86 
18,1885 
13,1886 
5,1886 
11,1884 
14,1885 
11,1885 
14,1884 



AKSVAL. BKPOBT SEOBKFAST OF BTATS. 
JD(TICB8 of the Pxacs— CoDtlnu«d. 



JUBTIOBd OF THE PEACE. 



119 



JuSTicsB OF THB PxAOB— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Morgan (Xiunty^Oontfinued, 

Chas. Bishop 

James RowiaQd ». 

J. M. Weaver 

Chas. W. Broomhall 

Geo. Olenn. „ 

L. J. Coburn „ 

Washington Ford- 

Thos. P. JLindsey 

Joseph Atkinson 

James Watklns 

Henry Llnkin 

John W. Bands 

A. G. Westgate 

8. J. Paxton „ 

J. E. Nixon 

J. K. McOlashan ».. 

James Stewart 

Wm. J. Bosman 

8il«»8 E. Gladden „ 

Lewis Thompson 

MORBOW COUNTY. 

Christian Gruber 

Joshua M. Davis 

H.JL Dudley 

John Waddel 

J. O. Blue 

A. J. Frost 

Ebenezer Burt 

0. D. Merrlman 

John Markley „. 

Z. J. Davis „ „.. 

W. N.Osborn. 

Joseph Russell 

Btepnen Brown 

B. M. Grlffis «.,... 

John W. Edwards 

J. W.Barry 

Wm. Z. Stumph 

Jesse 8. Geddis 

J. W. Evans 

Geo. W. Hershner 

Charles McEvarts 

1. J. Fisk «. 

C. C. Clark 

C. F. Hammond 

Cuthbert Bmalles 

J. E. Grant 

Geo. Jackson 

A. J. Roberts « 

Bernom Fields ,...„ 

John J. Gurley 

Thomas 8. Bunker 

Thos. C. Ford 

Geo. R. Hosier 

MUSKINOUX OOITKTT. 

George W. Bell 

Cyrus C. Boal 

James M. Ward 

Coeten Bet« 

Albert Dozer „. 

Henry Elmore 

Joseph B. McFarland 

John A. Williams „ 

Alvah James 

Joseph Norman 

Henry J. Dennis 

Peter Krler ». 

Martin Durant *. 

James McCormlck 

Bamuel Bmiley 

Henry Dick 

Thomas J. Miller 

D. O. Norman 



Townslilps. 



Homer 

BrUtol 

York 

Windsor 

Meigs viUe... 

Windsor 

Manchester 

Penn 

Marion 

Morgan 



(i 



Union 

Malta 

Morgan .„.. 
Deerfleld .. 

Center 

Bloom „ , 

Melgsville < 
Union 



<i 



Canaan 

Washington 

North Bloomfleld ... 

Westfleld 

Cardington 

Bennington 

Washington 

Westfleld ^ 

Franklin 

Perry 

South Bloomfleld 

Lincoln 

Cardington 

Bennington 

Congress- 

Cardington 

Chester 

Canaan 

Harmony 

Troy 

Chester 

Westfleld 

Peru 

Lincoln 

Harmony 

Peru - 

North Bloomfleld.... 

South 

Congress 

Gilead ... 



It 



(I 



Chester . 
Perry ..., 



Adams 



(t 



Bluerock .... 
t( 

Brushcreek 

Cass 

Clay 

4i 

FalU ".*.'.*.*;.*.'.'.'.'.* 



Harrison 



t( 



Highland. 



ii 



Hopewell. 



t* 



Post-oflloe address. 



Bishopville 

Roland 

Deavertown 

Stockport , 

McConnelsville . 

Millgrove 

Remersville 

Peonsville 

Marion 

McConnelsville 



(4 



Morganville 

Malta 

McConnelsville 

Triadelphia 

Hackney „, 

Rural Dale, Muskingum Co. 

Melgsville „, 

Ringgold 



Marits 

Edison 

Carsica 

Westfleld 

Cardington 

Marengo 

Iberia 

Cardington 

Gilead 

8hauck*s ^ 

Sparta 

Fulton 

Cardington 

Pagetown , 

Andrews 

Cardington 

Chesterville .... 

Climax - 

Chesterville .... 
Steam Comers 

Chesterville 

Ashley 

Bennington .... 

Cardington 

Gilead 

West Liberty 

Gilead 

Sjparta „ 

whetstone 

Gilead 



«i 



Chesterville 
8hauck*s .... 



Adamsville 



tt 



Expiration 
of* term. 



April 



April 
Oct. 



Nov. 
April 



June 
Oct. 

x^ec. 



April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
April 



April 



Duncan's Falls 

Rural Dale 

Brush Creek .... 

Zanesville 

Dresden 

Roseville 

Zanesville 

(4 

Philo .'.V.'*.'.V.' 

Cedar Run 

Sago 



(I 



Hopewell 

It 



It 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



18,1885 

13,1885 

18,1885 

3,1885 

17,1885 

28,1885 

17,1885 

6,1885 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

2,1886 

22,1886 

22,1886 

8,1886 

8,1886 



11,1886 
11,1886 
18,1885 
11,1886 
18,1885 
18,1885 
11,1885 
11,1885 
11,1885 
11,1885 
11,1886 
11,1885 
11,1885 
11,1885 
11,1885 
28,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 



14,1884 
14,18^ 
16,1885 
16,1885 
16,1885 
18,1886 
14,1884 
16,1885 
23, 1885 
14, 1884 
18,1886 
14,1884 
16, 1885 
23,1885 
18, 1886 
26,1884 
26,1884 
16, 1885 



ANNUAL BEPORT SECRET ABY OF STATE. 
Jdsticbs Of THB pBACi— Conllnued. 



NamaoIJuatlc«>. 


To«Dihl|». 


Foit-oHlce addrew. 


"x-r- 


Xaikino^m Ound^Om. 




Fnizeysburg 








" 


ip*^! iKim 
















SBsttpon 


















Oct. 














Melg. 















Monroe 


OtSego _ 


fS 








}a 










































'• ■■■(; 




























L-huiidl em V i llB- _., 






H rt"Bfl id"" 


Apr., jj.g 








Uiilon 




























ZnneBvllle 
























iS:iS( 









sr 




NobkTiiie _ 




Oft. 




i2!^"«X''r!!?a 


Brookfleld 


hT'"™'^' 




















■S'riEzEE: 




























Jeflfenton '. 


rn-.TterClty 






Marlon 












^"V"' ■ 








Noblevllle _ 


April 




"'^•"r:::"::-:- 


^I^«S"r!::::::::::z::;::;::;:; 
















Rbaroii 






" 













" 1 McOioary 


April 








'-*-*-■"'"■ 






April 




DBitbun-:^":.""'.™;.: 

Salem 



























14,1880 

0, m 



M, 1»> 

, 16, itm 
ie.imt 



JU8TI0E8 OF THE PEACE. 



121 



Justices of thb Pbaoe— Continued. 



Names of Juetloes. 



OtfoiMi County— OofUinued, 



Geo. W. Keigbtley .., 

Lft. A. Harmon 

James P. Lattlmore^ 
John P. Brown, Jr... 

John Mclntyre 

Henry Hamel 

W. w. Monti^omery 
Wm. H. Klelnhaus .. 

T>. W. Wood 

Ernot Frank 

Celio De Floiiana 

Milen Newton 

Albert L. Bush 



PAUI.DINO OOUWTT. 



Townships. 



Harris 

Benton 

Bay 

Put-In-Bay. 
Clay 



ti 



Carroll 

Erie 

HarrU 

Halem 

Carroll 

Catawba Uland. 
Benton 



M. 8. Ashton 

Russell Randulph.... 

T. L. Brown 

Hiram M. Ayers 

Bennett 8avage 

H. R. Mott 

Aaron NoflFhinKer.... 
William Campbell .. 
Wra. 8. Merchant.... 
Hlilerj- McFarland.. 

Samuel Piper 

M. M. (irant 

John Follt 

Jacob Weiraer 

W. N.Parker 

O. K. Klllpatrick 

M. R. Durling 

J. H.McClague 

C 8. (^rpenter 

W. N. Hnook- 

H. K. Oant 

Darius Leetb 

John Q. A. Prentice. 
iV, (r. i_<ee 



Crane 

ii 

Jackson .. 

ii 

Paulding 
«i 

Latty 



Emerald 

Blue Creek! 



Washington 

It 

Benton 



• I 



«t 



Auglaise 
CJarrvall .. 
Harrison 

Brown ... 

it 



PBRRY COUNTY. 



S. A. PetUU. 

J. K. MllUgan 

Frank O. Miller 

RoHsBetU 

J. J. Bradshaw 

Ephraim Teal 

Joseph Baughman 
James F. lie Long.. 

P. iL Brunner 

John M. Clark 

Isaac Kartman 

William Pet«rs 

J. B. Larimer 

John Forsyth 

C. F. Elsele 

J. L. Younker 

P. H. Hkinnin 

J. J. Donnelly 

James Porter 

Alfred R King 

G. W. James 

J.C.Spencer 

Jacob Costigan 

D. O. Brunner 

J. C. Fountain 

R..M.Barr 

John Htallsmith..... 

William Davey 

J. K. Lawyer 

H. J. Myers 

William Fullerton 
Cvrtis Troylnger ... 



Bearfleld 



Coal. 



ti 



Clayton. 

It 



Harrison . 

II 

Hopewell 

ti 



It 

Jackson 

t» 

Madison 

Monday Creek. 



it 



Monroe 



it 



Pike „. 



it 



Pleasant... 



It 



Reading 
it 



it 



8alt Lick 
it 

Thorn 

it 



It 
ti 



Post-offlce address. 



Elmore 

Grey town 

Port Clinton 

Put-in-Bay., 

Martin 

Genoa 

Locust Point 

LaCarne 

Elmore 

Oak Harbor 

Locust Point. 

Catawba Island. 
Rockey Ridge.... 



Antwerp 

Cecil 

Charloe .... 
Paulding 



Expiration 
of term. 



Ii 
tt 



Gilbert Mills. 
II 

Emmet.. 

Relds 



Tlmbervllle 

MelroHe , 

McGill 

Payne 

Junction 

ii 

Antwerp 



4i 



Payne 

Charloe .. 
Oak wood 



PortervUle 

McLuney 

New StraiUville... 

It 

Buckeye Cottage . 

Rehoboth 

McLuney 

Crooksvllle 

Glenford .,...: 

it 



April 



Dec. 
April 



Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 



Oct. 

May 

April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
April 



Oct. 



Jan. 
April 
Jan. 
April 



Oct 
May 



May 

April 

July 

June 

April 



it 



Bremen, Fairfield county. 

Junction City 

Mount Perry.- 

Gore, Hocking county 

MaxvUle 

Rendville 

Corning 

New Lexington 



ii 



Moxahala 
ti 

Somerset . 
It 



Oct. 

June 

April 

May 

Nov. 
April 



it 



Shawnee 



it 



ThornviUe 

it 

It 
•i 



Oct. 
April 



18,1885 
15,1886 
1.5, 1885 
15, 1886 
15,1885 
18,1886 
11,1888 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
8,1886 
31, 1886 
13, 1886 



16, 1886 
27,1885 

7,1884 

7,1884 

19, 1884 

8, 1884 

18, 1885 
8, 1884 
.V 1885 
5,1885 

5, 1885 

19, 188 

18, 1886 

19, 1884 
18, 1885 
in, 1885 
15, 1885 
30, 1885 

7, 1884 
15,1885 

6, 1886 
18, 1886 
15, 18X(i 



4, 1884 
11, 1886 

7, 18H4 
2t;, 1886 

9, 1S84 

10, 1885 

11, 1886 
II, 1886 

10, 18K5 

11, 1886 
11. 18K6 

18, 1885 
2, 1885 

20, 188^^ 
22, 18^ 

9, 18M 
31, 1*<85 

4, 18H4 

7, lsS.i 
11, 1886 

9, IHM 
II, 1^86 
10, 1M5 
10, IS*^"') 
10, 1Vn5 

19, 1H86 
0, 1884 

10, 1S86 
16, 1886 
19, 1884 
9, 1884 
10, 1885 



AmfUAL B£POBT BBOBKTABT OF STATE. 
JusncBS OF >SB Pkaok— Conttnaed. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



123 



JusTiCBS OF THB Pbaos— Continued. 



Xamet of Juitioe«. 



^jTiage Oountp—OonUnued, 



Wm. J. Wlll«ey 

Charles Williams 

Atwell Biyant. 

Kelson L. Barber 

John Bentley, Sr. 

IflMo Rossell » 

H. N. Merwin 

C A. Thayer 

A* A. Turner 

Arvin Wilson 

Charles M. Lee 

C. D. Inirle 

Lancelot 8. Nicholson 

George E. Hedger 

Edward Roberts 

Michael Jones. 

Lerqy Thomas 

T. W. Thomas 

Alexander Scott, Jr . 

Wm. H. Bettes 

Z. A. Davis 

Beth D. Norton 

Stewart W. Reese 

Orion P. Sperra 

J. W. Hall 

Henry M. Deming , 

Almon L. Tomson^ 

Lafayette Smith 

C. W: Stuart 

N. D. Peck 

M. O. MarUn 

William Paulus 

John B. Harrison 

Leri B. Reed 



PREBUS OOUlfTT. 



▲. Edgar Hubbard .. 

Wm, Vaughn 

H.HiU 

J. McLean 

J. P. Smith 

J. 8. Bennett 

Henry C. DiUman.... 

Wm- Davis.. 

J. F.Brvin.. 

V. Homiday 

W. F. Boridale.. 

J. a Steward 

James Campbell.. 

Wm. Brown „ 

O. P. Brown 

M. K. HtfinseU 

Alfred Calkins 

James Morrow 

John R. Stephen .... 

Pstrick McGrew 

Jonas Foster 

Frank Swisher 

Wm. H. Snyder- 



PUTNAM OOUWTY. 



James BelfonL. 

David R. Oren„ 

Tbomas O. Watkins 
Samuel H. Keims..... 

H- B. Pierce 

Oeorge H. Knupp 

J. H* Uphans 

S^j^nders 

Jacob Dickey 

Wl . Krauss 

He«.ry Roose 

J. B. Armstrong.. 

Qeorge Campbell 



Townships. 



Edinburg 

Freedom 

(I 

Franklin !*.*.*.*.'.!!!*.*.*. 
Garrettsvliie ....'.*. 

(4 

Hiram "'.". 

it 

Mantua Station 

Nelson 

Paris.....'.V.V.V.V.V.*.'.*.' 

41 

Palmyra .., 

41 
44 

Randolph 

41 

Ravenna 

44 



44 



Rootstown .... 

44 

Shalersville'Ii 

44 

Streetsboro...'. 

44 

Suffield '.!.*.* 

44 



Windham 

44 



Washington 

Harrison 

Twin 



44 



Israel 

Somers 

Dixon „.. 

nier 

Ba roe , 

Gra 

Israe4 

Gratis 

Lanier 

Monroe 

Somers 

Gasper 

Jeflferson ...... 

Jackson 

Washington 

Jeflnarson 

Washington 

Jackson „ 

Harrison 



Pleasant 

Blanchard .., 
Sugar Creek. 



44 



Monroe 
Ottawa . 



4* 



Pleasant 

Perry 

Liberty 

Jennings.... 

Liberty 

Greensburg 



Post-office address. 



Edinburg. 
Freedom . 

44 

Franklin.'. 

44 



44 



Garrettsvliie .... 

44 

Hiram 

44 

Mantua Station 

44 

Nelson 

44 

Paris......."'.*.'.'."!!'.." 

44 

Palmyra 



44 
44 



Randolph 



44 



Ravenna 

44 



li 



Rootstown .. 

44 

Shalersville" 

44 

Streetsboro.. 

44 

Suffield .....*. 
u 

Windham".!! 

44 



E^ton 

Lewisburg 

West Alexandria. 



44 



Fair Haven 

Camden 

West Florence * 

West Alexandria 

Eldorado 

West Elkton.. 

Fair Haven 

Gratis 

West Alexandria *. 

West Manchester»....» 

Camden 

Eaton » 

New Paris 

Upsher.. 

Eaton.. 

New Paris 

Eaton 

West Florence 

Lewisburg 



•••••••••••••» 



Columbus Grove. 

Gllboa 

Columbus Grove. 

VaughnsviUe 

Harteburg 

Ottawa 



44 



Columbus Grove. 

Dupont. 

Lefpsic 

Fort Jennings 

West Leipsic„ 

Ottawa 



Expiration 
of term. 



April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct, 

April 

Nov. 

April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 
Oct. 
Aug. 

April 
Oct. 



April 



Oct. 



Dec. 
April 



Aug. 
April 

Nov. 



April 



Oct. 



Jan. 
April 



10,1885 
10,1886 
10,1886 

9,1884 

9,1884 
16,1886 
16,1886 
11,1886 
16,1886 
19,1886 
19,1886 
10,1886 
19,1886 

9,1884 
27,1886 

9,1884 
16,1886 

9,1884 
10,1886 
24,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 

9,1884 
16,1886 
16,1886 
16«1886 
19,1886 

9,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 
16,1886 
24,1886 



13,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
28,1884 
18,1886 
18,1886 
13,1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
18,1886 
13,1886 
18,1886 
13,1886 
16,1886 
6,1886 
6,1886 
3,1886 



12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12.1884 
17, 1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
3,1886 
15, 1885 
15,1886 
15,1886 
16,1886 



124 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE 



Justices of the Peace— Continued, 



Names of Justices. 



Putnam County— OontinuecU 



Wm. Schafer 

Hiram Madden 

Joseph Wanuemacber. 

J. D. Haderman 

Abraham Kltohen 

H.K. Tingle 

Wm. Boehmer 

John Beard 

John Cunningham 

Victor Nolrot 

James Robinson 

Bamucl Stukey 

John Auman...^ 

Frank Gmeiner. 

8. L. Hart 

James McBrlde 



RICHLAND COUNTY. 



James Boymour 

C. 8. Hunter 

Eli Lieasure 

C. C. Hunter 

George Ewing 

Henrv Marriott 

E. C. Parsons 

William Kohler 

J. L. Swank 

H. N. Hamilton 

Otis Howard 

Joseph Cairns 

C. C. Laser 

Hugh W. Patterson . 
Lowrey Hlbbett 

ames K. Cox 

N. 8. Henry 

James Reed , 

David F. Tucker 

H. H. Mowers 

W. C. Black 

F. Dorr GunsauUus . 

M. H. Orlfflth 

Stephen CrKspln...*^. 
H. W. Hlld»brant.... 
Thomas W. Curran.. 

J. R, Hackedorn 

John 8hearer 

J. D. Hamilton 

Joseph Day < 

Robert Barneit 

Peter Welgle 

Joseph Fleming 

Melvln Osbun , 

Jacob Ward 

John Wlgton 

J. G. Btaunton 

Henry C. Bowman .. 



ROrtS COUNTY. 



John M. Coder 

Samuel Plyley 

Robert M. Matthews. 

H. K. Strawser 

B. F.Waite 

E.W.Walker 

Jacob Koch 

John Brown 

John Jamison 

James Templln 

John F. Brown 

Samuel Wood 

Jaibes 8. Dunbar 

John T. Jack 

Englehart Vetter 

HIraro Creamer 

James H. Search 



Townships. 



Palmer 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Van Buren 

Perry 

Union 

Jeunings 

GreensDurg 

Blanohard 

Palmer 

Van Buren 

Jackson 



>( 



Monterey 
Riley 



ti 



filoomlnggrove 
Butler 






Cass 

Franklin 

■Jefferson 
it 

ti 



Jackson . 
Madison. 

4i 



It 

Mimin. 

tt 



Monroe 



ti 



Perry 

Plymouth. 



tt 



Sandusky 

Sharon ...., 

tt 



Springfield 



tt 



Troy 

tt 



tt 



Washington 

tt 

Weller 



Worthlngton 



tt 



Buckskin 



tt 

t< 



Coleraln 

it 

tt 

tt 

Concord . 

ft 

Deerfleld 
tt 

Franklin 
tt 

Green 

tt 

Harrison 

it 



Post-office address. 



North Creek 

Rice 

Otte 

Leipsic 

Dupont 

Kafida 

Fort Jennings 

Ottawa 

Gilboa 

Pleasant Bend» Henry co... 

Belmore 

Huntstown 

Fort Jennings 

Otte 

Pandora 



Expiration 
of term. 



Shiloh . 
Rives . 
Adario. 



tt 



Shiloh 



tt 



Mansfield 

BcUville . 
it 



April 



Aug. 
Dec. 



April 



tt 



Spring Mills. 
Shelby 

Mansfield ... 

tt 

tt 

Mifflin 

Windsor 

Lucas 



tt 



Darllnp^n 
Plymouth.. 



tt 



Gallon 
Shelby. 



Ontario 



tt 



Lexington 
ti 



tt 



Mansfield 

Barnes 

West Windsor 

Olivesburg 

Newvllle 

Butler 



tt 



Lyndon 

Harper's Station 

Greenfield 

Adelphl 

Hallsvllle .'.".'!!!,'!.'!! 
Adelphl 

Frankfort 

it 

Greenland 

Clarksburg 

Hlgby 

Alma 

Kingston 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct, 
April 



Oct. 
April 



ChiUlcothe 

it 



Oct, 

April 

Oct. 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

April 
Oct, 



April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



16,1885 

16,1885 

15,1885 

14,1685 

25,1885 

7,1885 

7,1885 

7,1885 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5, 1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

18,1886 

18,1886 



14,1885 

14,1885 

8, 1884 

5,1886 

11,1886 

14,1885 

5, 1H86 

8, 1884 

12,1886 

12, 1885 

12,1885 

5,1886 

14,1885 
14,1885 
17,1881 

5, 1886 

5,1886 
14,1885 

8.1881 
12,1885 
14,1885 

5,1886 
15, 1886 
14, 1885 

14, 1H85 
5,1886 

18,1886 

8,1884 

8,1881 

11. 1886 

15,1886 

14,1885 

5, 1886 

14,1885 

17,1881 

8,1881 

15, 1886 



17, 1HH4 
11, 18N5 
11, 1885 
11,18W 
17, 1H84 
17, 1H84 
17,1886 
11.1886 
11,1886 
17, 18!M 
17,1884 
17,1886 
11, IXSo 
17, 1881 
9, IHSU 

17, ismj 

11, 188i 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



125 



JuSTios OF THB Pbaok— Continued. 



Names of Jostloes. 



JRoti OoufUy—OonHnued, 



Wm. P. Delong 

Samuel Hinehart 

A. J* Pummlll 

John DavlB^ 

John Moats 

EdmuDd Burke 

John W. Jones. 

T.J. Benner 

D. W. Wlseoup 

Charles Rotoins 

James Wolfe 

Aaron Elliott 

Joseph Smith 

John W. Qoldsberry 

Samuel Adams 

Lewis Meggenhoffln 

John T. Bishop 

John £. McKlnney... 

Elijah Thompson 

I. J. Finley 

Byran Lutz 



BAKDUBKY COUNTY. 



John Morrison.. 

Abram Lelter 

B. M. Reed 

George Webrung 

John B. Bush 

T. D. Stevenson 

M. E. Tyler 

H.O. Gibbon 

F. R. Fronizer 

W. A. Atkinson 

J. R. Clark 

Z. P. Brush .,.. 

J. I. Gnrn 

John Jordan „ 

H. P. Deyo 

Charles F. Oahn 

Daniel Smith 

Joseph Waggoner .... 

C.W. White. 

T.T. Harrison 

M. L. HulTord 

Homer Everett 

A. D.Stine , 

G. T. Aldrlch 

R. W. Sandwisob 

Josiah Zimmerman 



SCIOTO COUNTY. 



Wm. Earley ..... 

Marshall McElhany... 

A. E. Bridwell 

Frederick Winter 

Asaph Bennett. 

N. IlSearl 

I. N. Johnson 

James B. Gllson 

Joseph Ashton 

Luther Marshall 

Levi McCoy 

C. D. Pearce 

8. S. Mathiott 

Richard Faulkner 

JaredSprlggs 

R. R. Chapman 

Edward Crabtree 

John Mci*aniel 

Thomas Corelll 

Smith 8. LUtleJohn... 

Joseph Kelley 

N. R. Wilson 



Townships. 



Huntington. 

(4 



ti 

Jefferson 



Liberty 

(t 

Paint ... 
Paxton 



Springfield 
Sctoto 



(I 
Twin... 

Union 



Ballville 

York 

Green Creek 
Woodvllie..... 
Green Creek. 

Madison 

Fremont. 

Rlley 

Ballville 

Sandusky .... 

Riley 

Townsend 

Jackson 

Washington. 

York 

Rice 

Madison 

Washington. 
Townsend...., 

Rice -... 

Sandusky ..... 

Fremont 

Jackson 

Scott. 

WoodvUle.... 
Scott 



Washington. 

Clay 

Nile 

Mudi«on 

Bloom 

Valley 3."'.".*.* 
Wayne 

Porter 

Morgan 

Vernon „ 



ti 



JelTeraon 

ft 

Moi^an ... 
Rush 

Porter 

(I 

Union ..... 

it 



Post-offloe address. 



Chlllicothe. 



Richmondale 



Vigo 

GlTlispleville 

Buckskin 

Humboldt .... 
Bain bridge .., 



44 



Chlllicothe 



44 
44 
44 
44 
44 



BrourneviUe .. 

Greenland 

AndersonviUe 
Yellow Bud 



Fremont 

Bellevue 

Green Spring 

Woodvllie 

Clyde 

Glbsonburg..., 
Fremont 



44 

44 
44 
44 



Townsend 

Mlllersvllle 

Llndsey 

Clyde 

Fremont 

Glbsonburg 

Black Swi^p. 

Casialla. 

Fremont. 



44 
44 



Burgoon 

Mlllersvllle 
Woodvllie... 
Rising Sun.. 



Dry Run 

Portsmouth 

Pond Run 

Scioto 

Bloom Switch.. 
Iron Furnace.. 

Clifford 

Portsmouth.. .. 



44 



SclotoviUe 
Sedan 

44 



H 



ra. 



LucasviUe. 

44 



Bear Creek 

Riishtown 

Walu 

Wheelersburg.., 
Lom bardsvilTe. 



Expiration 
of term. 



Oct. 

April 
Oct. 



April 

Oct. 
April 



44 



April 



Nov. 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 



April 



17,1884 

17,1881 

9,1886 

17, 1884 

17,1885 

17,1886 

9,1886 

11,1884 

11,1884 

18,1886 

9,1886 

11,1885 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

9,1886 

11,1885 

9,1886 

11,1884 

17,1886 

11,1885 



11,1884 

12,1884 

11, 1884 

15,1884 

7,1884 

11,1884 

7,1885 

7,1885 

7,1885 

19,1884 

7,1885 

7,1885 

7,1885 

7,1885 

14,1885 

18,1885 

18,1885 

18,1885 

18,1885 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

12,1885 

29^1886 



May 
April 
Sept. 
Oct, 

Nov. 

Mar. 

April 



14 
14 
14 
14 
24 
24 
24 
IH 
14 
6, 
17 
17 
23, 
23: 
10 
10 
14 
15 
15 
16, 
15 
16 



1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1884 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 
1885 



126 



AKyUAL BEPORT SEOBBTART OF STATE. 



JusnoBS OF THE PxAGB— €k>ntiiiued. 



Names of Justices. 



Seioto Ooun^—OmtinuetL 



John Fullerton 

John R. Foster 

James Duncan 

Qldeon M. Hubbard. 

Joseph Blerly 

Casslus Edmonds 

I. J. Dewey 

James Ooodrlch 

Philip Bopst 

H. E. Gorbey 

Henry McCall 

Erl Alemong. 

A. C. Turner 

Mark Marshall 

Robert T. Wamsley . 

John J. McFarlln 

James N. Wamsley , 



SENECA COUNTY. 



John A. Bradner... 

I. W. Cllne 

Jam'es Turner 

A. Palmer 

John Rospert , 

James L. Couch 

O. J. McPherson .... 

C.W. Hughes 

R. K. Wllllaffis 

Dennis Maloy , 

Wm. Mitchell 

Hugh W. A. Boyd. 

James Patton 

T. A.Yundt 

Daniel Dlldine 

A. L. Abbott 

P. H. Jayne 

W. J. Merchant 

Aaron Yambert 

Aaron Klstler 

Roland W. Brown. 

C. W. Harris 

Peter Haefllng 

Samuel Decker. 

Bradford Struble.. 
Charles Schubert.. 

T. M. Frlnk 

A. Kuder 

Stephen Lapham.. 

E. Parker , 

Wm. Scheth 

Ralph Hamlin 

John Soule 

Hiram Cromer 

Jacob Houck 



SHEI.BY COUNTY. 



D. ti. Bush...„ , 

G. H. Bunnell 

a Wllklns 

James M. Carson 

P. W.Young 

Ellaklm Ludlum . .„ 

L. G. Slmes 

8. K. Williams.. 

Charles H. Strunk 

H. P. Alles 

Wm. Fllnn 

Jeremiah Miller 

Albert Hasebrook 

Henry J. Rottlngham 

I. N. Redlnbo 

Levi Cofleld 

J. D. Ferree 

G. W.Clark 



Townships. 



Madison 

Washington. 

Green 

Harrison 

Clay 

Harrison 

Madison 

Harrison 

Clay 

Rush 

Nile 



u 



Valley 

Green 

Brush Creek.. 

Wayne 

Brush Creek.. 



Loudon 

Big Spring. 

Bloom 

Sclplo 

Reed 

Venice 



t< 



Loudon 

Adams 

Hopewell ., 

Bloom , 

Jackson 

Hopewell .. 

Reed 

Clinton 

Pleasant.... 

Clinton 

Adams 

Eden 

Adams 

Seneca 

Liberty , 

Seneca 

Thompson. 

Liberty 

Big Sjpring 



Sclp 



lo 



Pleasant.... 
Thompson. 

Eden 

Jackson .... 

Liberty 

Reed 



Clinton.... 

« 

Dlnsmore. 

(i 

Franklin.'. 
it 

Green 



Jackson 

Loramle . 
It 



McLean. 

Orange . 

it 



Perry 



Post-offloe address. 



Gkklford, Pike county 

Portsmouth , 

Powellsvllle 

Scioto 

Portsmouth 

Scioto 

Flat. Pike county 

Scioto 

Portsmouth „... 

Rushtown 

Freestown „ 

Portsmouth. 

Lucasvine 

Haverhill 

Otway ^ 

Portsmouth „ 

Rerdon 



Expiration 
of term. 



Fofitorla 

Adrian 

BloomvlUe . 

Republic 

Franks 

Attica. 



April 15,1885 

16,1886 

15,1686 

16,1886 

15,1886 

29,1886 

Oct. 16,1886 

Deo. 6, 1886 

April 8, 1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

20,1886 

Oct. 16, 1886 



Oct. 
April 



(* 



Fostoria 

Green Springs.. 

Bascom 

BloomvlUe 

Fostoria. 

TlfBn 

WestLodl 

Tiffin 

Fort Seneca ...., 

Tiffin 

Green Springs.. 

Melmore 

Republic 

Berwick 

BettsvlUe 

Tiffin „.. 

Flat Rock 

BetUvlUe 

Alvada. 

Berwick 

Republic 



Oct. 
April 



it 



Green Springs. 

Bellevue, Huron county. 

Melmore 

Fostoria. 

Cromers 

Attica Station 



Sidney. 



Botkins » 

Anna 

Swanders 

Plattsville 

Tawawa 

Jackson Center. 

Montra.. 

Houston 

Russia 

Loramle 



May 

April 

May 

June 

Oct. 



April 



it 



Sidney 

Kirk wood., 

Sidney 

Pemberton 



April 
Oct. 

Nov. 
April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct, 



April 



18,1886 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
12,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12,1886 
16,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
6,1885 
17,1885 
18,1886 
18,188b 
18,1886 
11,1881 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11.1886 



18,1884 
19,1884 
18,1885 
M885 
18,1884 
10,1886 
13,1884 
14,1885 
18,1885 
14,1885 
19,1881 
18,1886 
14,1884 
10,1886 
10,1886 
14,1885 
10,1886 
10,1886 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



127 



JuanoBS OF ths Pbaos.— Oontinued. 



Names of Justioes. 



Shelby C&unty—Ckmttnued, 



V.McCormlok... 
8. L. Manning.... 

Noali Ranch 

Jolin R. Wilson. 
Cliarles Maurer. 
Wm. M. Baker... 
John Johnston.. 
J. K. DInsmore . 

A, H. Luoky 

Francis Turner . 



• •• •«•••• 



Townships. 



STAKK OOITNTT. 



Handy Miller 

W. E. Oberlln 

Prank Bryan , 

Benjamin F. Faust 

Bennett B. Warner 

Oeorge Frank 

Joeian L. Coy 

Wallace H. Phelps 

Daniel Worley 

Nicholas Stonehlll 

Wm. Baedel 

John Dager 

Abram w. Goshom 

Lewis B. King 

Mathlas Slsterhen » 

Madison Trail 

J. P. Zalser 

Hamuel A. Dlller 

Geo. W. Wllhelm 

Wm. Wagner 

James Slentz 

Samael Krlder 

beoDard Raber 

Wesley Smith 

Andrew Reese^ 

Oeoree Violand 

Jooatban S. Hudson 

Henry W. Hossler 

Wash, F. Miller 

Reuben Holl 

fieo. W. Hlnes.. 

Win. 8. Spldle 

Josfah Frantz 

Joseph Dall 

Isaac M. Tamtrt 

Emanuel R. Speaker 

Charles E. Buttolph.. 

Jacob Sohmachtenberger. 

Thomas Blackburn 

AJpheus Brady 

George Holts.. 



SUMMIT OOUWTY. 



Wm. H. Spears 

Wm. Davis, Jr.. , 

Joseph Drake 

Ransom Cole 

Wm. Waggoner 

C C. Frederick 

James L. Porter „ 

Houston Kepler. 

W. A, Hanford 

George Parks 

George H. Keller 

Andrew Donnenwlrth. 

8w 8. Kepler 

John W. Kreighbaum. 

M. C. Read „ 

*PL E. Judd 

G«orge Forbes ». 

W. Lb Palmer 



Salem 

Turtle Creek. 
i< 

Van Buren... 
(( 

Washington! 
it 

Cynthian .... 



>••••••••••• 



Marlboro 

Tuscarawas ... 

Marlboro » 

Canton 

Perry 

Lake 

Nlmlsblllen... 

Lexington 

Canton 

Paris 

Sandy 

Osnaburg 

Bethlehem .... 

Sandy 

Bethlehem .... 
Lexington 



tt 



Lawrence »...*. 
Sugar Creek... 

Lake 

Paris.. 

Tuscarawas „, 

Lake 

Pike 

Washington . 
Nlmlsblllen.., 

Canton , 

Pialn 

Marlboro 

Jackson 

Pike 

Sugar Creek.. 

Perry 

Osnaburg.. 

Lawrence «... 
Sugar Creek.. 
Washington 

Paris. 

Perry 

Jackson 

Plain 



Bath 
it 



Vlall. 
H, W, Howe. 



••»«•• •• »•*••••••••• t ••••■• 



Boston 

Copley 

Coventry 

it 

Cuyahoga Fails. 



Franklin 

ti 

Qreen 

it 



Hudson .... 
Northflei'd. 

41 



Northampton 

«i 



Post-office address. 



Pratt 

4( 

McCartyviYle.*! 

Hardin 

Ketlervllle 

MoCartyvUle . 
Locklngton .... 

Sidney 

Wynant 



•••••••• • 



Expiration 
or term. 



it 



Hartvllle 

Massillon 

Baltimore 

Canton 

Massillon 

Lake 

Louisville 

Alliance 

Canton 

Parts 

Waynesburg 

Mapleton 

Navarre , 

Waynesburg 

Navarre 

Alliance 

LimavlUe 

North Lawrence 

Justus 

Hartvllle 

New Franklin.. 

Massillon 

Greentown 

Sparta 

Freebure 

Louisville 

Canton.. 



ti 



Marlboro 

McDonalds vlUe ... 

Pierce 

Beach City 

Massillon 

Osnaburg 

Canal Fulton 

Wllmot.. 

Mount Union 

Minerva 

Massillon 

McDonaldsvUle „. 
New Berlin 



Aprtl 18, 1884 

18,1884 

14,1886 

Oct. 19, 1884 

Aprtl 14,1885 

Oct. 18, 1886 

Aprtl 14,1886 

Oct. 19, 1884 

18,1886 

18,1886 



April 13,1884 
18,1884 
13,1884 
.18,1884 
18,1884 
18,1884 

Oct. 27, 1884 
27,1884 

AprU 12,1886 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 

May 5, 1886 

April 12, 1886 

Oct. 24, 1885 
24,1885 
24,1886 

Aprtl 14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
20,1886 
14,1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 

Oct. 25, 1886 
25,1886 
25,1886 
25, 1886 
25,1886 



Ghent 

Bath 

Peninsula 

ti 

Copley 

Akron 

New Portage 

Cuyahoga Falls. 

Nlmlsila 

Clinton 

Summit 

Lake 

Hudson 

Macedonia ......... 

Northfleld 

Cuyahoga Falls. 
Everett 



Oct. 

Aprtl 

Oct. 

Aprtl 

Oct. 

Aprtl 



Oct, 

April 

Nov. 

Aprtl 

May 

Aprtl 



17,1884 
11,1885 
17,1884 

11, 1886 
17,1886 
17, 1886 
12,1884 
11,1886 
12,1884 
21, 1886 

12, 1884 
13,1886 
12, 1884 

8, 1H84 
11,1886 

6,1884 
11,1885 
11,1886 
12,1884 
11,1886 



ANNDAL REFOBT SECBETASY OF STATE. 
loBxiota or tbi Peace— CoaUDued. 



JDdTICES OF THE PEA.CE. 



129 



Justices op thb Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



TTSOARAWAS COUNTY. 



David Hechrist 

liBwls Geokeler 

Daniel Krebs^ 

James W. Stoutt 

Oeorge Baer 

Isaac Coats 

Henry Delble 

Jacob Krelg 

Henry Van Lehn 

J, H. Banks 

D«kniel Haas 

John Bmltb 

Lake Quinn 

John 8. Kollar 

P. ». Olmstead 

David Gram 

William Miller 

William Kaecherer.... 

Michael Haas 

Frederick Uegula 

Horace O. Little 

Perry Stooksdale 

Hiram Eckmnn 

John B. Jones 

Nicholas MoutaK 

L*. A. i^rnet 

Wesley M. Tracy 

Levi Travis 

Philip A. Garver 

Joseph W. Newburgh. 

William Rutledge 

Thomas H. Mezena 

Thomas B. Rankin 

Francis Ankney 

J. T. Pocock 

David H. Troeodly 

Francis Berkshire 

Lin ford Van Busk irk. 

Joseph He Hen , 

William KInsey 

John Wetter 

MaHon D. Skuies 

Thomas T. Chadwell.. 
Wilson J. Haskinson , 

ttamuel C. KKne 

Lewis B. WInsch 

James Gal braith 

John Mllone 

Samuel Moore 



UNION COUNTY. 



Adam Wolford 

UM.Crary 

Asa LangstofT. 

a W. Van Winkle 

M. W. Hill 

Joseph K. Fouke .. 
Jamen Robinson.... 

Wm. Brown 

J. M, Roney 

Robert McCrory.... 

J. P. McDowell 

C. W. Bargoon 

H. M. Hall ... 
O. B. Martlne 
Henry Hlghbargin 

Henry Dague 

J^lL D. Herd 

Warrett Owen 

R. L. Btlmmell 

H.J. King 

J. H. Klnkade 

W. M. Winget 

Darld Shinneman 
P»leg Cranston 



• ••^« ••••••••••«« 



Townships. 



Fairfield 

14 



Clay 

Wayne 

Perry 

Washington 

Bucks 

Sugar Creek. 

Warwick 

Warren 

Franklin .... 

Goshen 

Union 

Falrfleld 

Ck)shen 

Clay 

Sugar Creek. 
Lawrence .... 
Jefferson ... . 



4t 



Oxford 

Dover 

Warwick 

Auburn 

Dover 

Salem 

Sandy 

Auburn 

Franklin .... 

Dov6r 

Union 

Mill 

Rush 

York 

Oxford 

Bucks 

Perry 

Warren 

Mill 

York 

Wayne 

Sandy 

Washington 

Salem 

Lawrence .... 

Clay 

Rush 

Mill 

Goshen 



Allen 



ti 



Clalboume 
it 



Darby ... 
t* 

Dover 

ti 

Jerome .. 

it 

Jackson 



ii 



Leesburg 



ii 



Liberty .... 
(i 

Mill Creek 
ti 

Paris 

ti 

t< 



Tajr 



lor 



Post-office address. 



New Philadelphia. 



it 



>»•••••• 



Lock No. 17 

Dundee 

Cadwallader 

Peoll 

Baltic 

ShanesviUe 

Tuscarawas 

New Cumberland 

Strasburg 

Barnhlll 

Dennlson 

Zoar Station 

New Philadelphia 

Lock No. 17 

HhanesvUle 

Zoar 

Stone Creek 



Expiration 
of term. 



Oct. 
Nov. 

April 



pec. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
May 

April 



Newcomerstown 

Canal Dover 

Tuscarawas 

RogersvIUe 

Canal Dover 

Port Washington 

Mineral (Mty 

KoieersvMle 

Strasburg 

Canal Dover 

Dennlson 

Uhrichsville 

(inadenhutten 

New Philadelphia 

Newcomerstown 

Baltic 

Cadwallader 

Newcumberland 

Dennlson 

New Philadelphia 

Dundee 

Mineral City 

Albany 

Port Washington 

Bolivar 

Gnadenhutten 

Tippecanoe, Harrison Co. 

Uhrichsville 

New Philadelphia 



Pottersburg 

Clalboume 

RIchwood 

it 

Unlonville Center , 



New Dover, 
it 



Jerome 



it 



Rush Creek 

it 

Magnetic Springs 

Pharisburg 

Raymonds 

Pe<»rla 

Watkins 

ti 

Marysville 



it 



Broadway 

it 



Jan. 
Dec. 
Oct. 

April 



Oct. 
Aug. 

Oct. 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 

April 



22,1880^ 

26, 18W 
23,1881 
16,1881 
19,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 
16,1886 

4,1886 
1,1886 
24,1885 
19,1885 
6,1885 
14.1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1886- 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
30,1885 
13, 1884 

27, 1884 
27, 1884 
12,1884 
15,1884 
15, 1884 
15,1884 
15, 1884 
15,1884 
15,1884 
15, 1884 
15,1884 
15, 1884 
15, 1884 
h% I8K4 
15, 1884 
15, 1884 
15,1884 
15,1884 
22,1886 
22,1886 

5,1886 



June 



17,1885 
19, 1884 
18, 1886 
13,1886 
11,1884 
19,1884 
11,1886 
11,1884 
19,1884 
19,1885 
6,1885 
19,1884 
11,1884 
14,1885 
14,1886 
13,1886 
13,1886 
14,1885 
11,1884 
13,1886 
14,1885 
14,1885 
14,1885 
21,1884 



988 



tltSU«X SBCSBTABY OF STATE. 



TynMHilH. 


PoBt-offloeaddreM. 


Eiplmllon 
of Urm. 














Oct. 
April 

Ai>ril 








If^S 














Siss«£S5r5l 






























IS-lfSJ 












WllUhIre 




i?-!fS? 




DnU_..„...„ 








li^p-H, 


'i^'ISSs 














Hoaglln 










April 

Oct. 
April 

April 

April 
Oct. 

gsr- 

Nov. 




















































R»yB. Jacbaon county 

H^mdii junctiM°,"!'f..;;,::. 




WllkiTllle„ 


i'4'i^ 
!?-l^ 








DundM Vinton coiiniy 

wiftaviiie';::;.;;;;;;;::;:;::::::;;;;: 
^fi^^flK!'*;!- 








wfflSviito^:;:::::: 


lis 

IS, 1885 






as 

1 

us 




















iS£riiEF= 








^^== 


e.i«8e 


^== 






W«rnej^ 




i:ia 

i'Si 


sssjs'r::^" ■■;■.- 












^^^n:::-:":::rr 




Turtle Creek 





JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



131 



Justices of thb Peace— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Warren Onunti/— Continued, 



S. R, Nickerson 

R. H.Bennett 

John M. Dachtler 

Daniel Perrtne , 

Isaac H. Brown 

Wm. H. Constable 

Joseph O. Keys 

Jeremiah Mills 

Joseph H. Llppincott. 

Wm. O. Hopkins 

R D. McFerren 

James C. Redman 

Ramuel J. Wltteman.. 

R. 8. Lockwood 

James Blackburn 

Oeor«e W. Carey. 

Israel Lundy 



Townships^ 



Balem 

Deerfleld 

Franklin 

Washington.. 

Union 

Harlan 

Wayne 

Washington,. 

Massie 

Salem 

Harlan 

Hamilton 

Clear Creek... 

Franklin 

Turtle Creek. 



(« 



Harlan. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Joseph Cox 

J. M. Newton 

W. H. Wolf 

Bamnel Bess. 

B. T. Parsons 

CC. Lanton 

R.C. Menzle 

L. E. Stone 

A. Russell , 

J. A.Smith 

A. A. HoUester 

W.J.Scott 

Elen Pennock 

Daniel Moersch 

J. J.D. McVay 

Russell Dorir. 

F. W. Lamping 

J. N. Simmons 

Robert Bedllllon 

Abner Powell 

Simeon Whitney 

A. S. DePuy 

I. S. McCowan 

Thomas Forshey 

J. J. Schenkel, Jr 

A. M. Graham 

John Hall 

Austin S. Miller 

Anson McNeal 

Alvln Adklns 

J. T. Hill 

A. B. Smith 

Richard Trotter 

H. L.Pugh 

Pemberton Palmer.... 

Chas. Weiss. Sr 

J. M. Truesdell 

Renben Mason 

D. R, Newton 

Thomas McDermott.. 
M. C. Armstrong 

C. C. Smith 

John Zumbro 

O. R Goddard 

W. H. Underwoods... , 

Arthur McMahon 

Cha8.CoDe 

Wm. mines 

David Barber 

Ruftis E. Harte 

Chas. W. Richards .... 



Adams ... 
Aurellu8. 
Barlow ... 



Bel pre 



Decatur 

Dunham 

Falrtleld .... 

(4 

Fearing 

Grandview. 

4t 

44 



Independence. 

44 



Lawrence. 

44 
44 



Liberty 

44 

Ludlow 

44 

Muskingum 

44 



Newport 

44 



Post-ottice address. 



Expiration 
or term. 



Morrow 

Mason 

Franklin 

Ft. Ancient 

South Lebanon. 

ButlerviUe 

Waynesvllle 

Oregonla 

Harveysburg.... 

Morrow 

Level 

MHlneville 

Sprlngboro 

Franklin 

Lebanon 



44 



Butlervllle 



April 



Aug. 

OcU 

April 



Oct. 



jL'ec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



Ix)well 1 April 

44 I 



Oct. 



Macksburg 

Elba. 

Vincent 

Barlow.. .•, 

Little Hocking , I Oct. 

Belpre 

Fillmore 

Cutler 

Dunham 

C'utler 

Layman 

Stanleyville 



April 



April 
Oct. 



44 



Grandview 

New Matamoras. 



44 



Wade 

Archer's Fork. 

Cow Run 

Steel Run 

Moss Run 

Dalzell 



Win 



^ett 



Run. 



44 

Palmer 

44 

Salem .. 

44 



Harmar 

Marietta , 

Newport 

Hill's 

Newport 

Brown's Mills. 



Waterford . 

44 
44 

Watertown 

44 

44 



Wesley 

44 



44 

Warren.., 

44 

Marietta 

44 
44 
44 



Whipple ., 

Lower Salem 

Beverly 

Center Bend, Morgan co. 

Coal Run 

(^hurchtown 

Watertown 



t* 
Bartlett 

44 
44 



Harmar.. 

Bate 

Marietta. 



44 
44 
44 



April 

Oct, 

April 

Aug. 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

Nov. 

April 

Oct, 

April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

April 

June 



5,1885 

5,1885 

5,1885 

5,1885 

2,1886 

13,1885 

7„1888 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 

16, 1886 

16,1886 

16,1886 

10,1886 

23,1886 

1,1886 



17,1886 
11,1884 
18,1886 
14,1884 

4,1884 

5,1886 
14,1884 
14,1884 
11,1884 
14,1884 
17.1885 
14,1884 
14, 1884 
26,1866 
14,1884 
17,1886 
18,1886 

5,1886 
17,1885 
17,1885 
11,1884 
26. 1884 
26,1884 
17, 1885 

5,1886 
14,1884 

6,1885 
11,1884 
14,1884 
17,1885 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1884 
17, 1885 
18.1886 

5,1886 
21. 1886 

17, 1885 

16, 1886 
11, 1884 
14, 1884 

5,1886 
29, 1884 
17,1885 

18, 1886 

17, 1885 
5,1886 
9,1886 

11, 1884 

5,1886 

22.1886 



130 



\ • S 






Poi»i-odlce address. 



Niiii'<"' 



Expiration 
oi term. 





rni<< 


.1. 


<i. I 


I. 


N. ^' 


H) 


I?' 


N 


\' 


L. 


■ 


I 





aty. 



'wk. . 



_ t j<> 



t** 



V > 



t\*ifc ... 

^ \ -^.i. r . 

^UvVt'l 

.' ' *rifc;m .... 

1 . ui 

> 'ilvni 

V i «*lor 

KH<t I'nlon 

Vain 

^^^llU 

Itaui^htiian 
Salt Creek..., 

tirtH'ii 

ruuaan 

F^ist Union 

Milton 

Chippewa..., 
Salt Creek..., 



xH-^ vvH srv. 



\* 



\ V s 



vV'> 

.,. V. .'*V> 

^ t •l\lt 

W MvH»lU«\ 

. v'«k I" '''*■''" 

^^ ,-,- *u Uvuki' 

vv.x.v> ti. Kii^t'iullllor 
K. *.v. liuiiKlv.»u 

V„^v*>U4> -MiHilXV 

,\ *<»jvi U^S^f^ 

Jv'Hik vnvvx ilor 

JvMtu l\ Walter 

i I.. NV UUO 

JvKA^iai \\ . lUit'k 

Jv'Uu \V. Sturgeon 

fcCH \V. iirlia 

Wiu, a. i hlleot© 

\^'. iK Johnston 

\KH»itt^> Webber 

H. a, IVppard 

K. r. Wlsnian 

C> run i\ NVyatt 

J. r. Heater 



Superior.. 
Pulaski . 
Center 

Brady 

Florence 



Burton 

L>h1u>u. 

Wooster 

Moreland 

Woo6t<sr 

OrrvUle 

Clinton 

Orrvllle 

West Balem 

Shreve 

New Pittsburgh. 

Dalton 

Sterling 

Burbank 

('ongress 

Madl.sonourg 

Blackleyavine.... 

Kaston 

Wooster 

Creston 

Moreland 

Mt. Ha ton 

Rig Pialrle 

Congress 

Apple Creek.. 

Springvllle 

West Lebanon.... 

Marshallvlile 

Koch's 

Smith vilie 

Canaan Center.... 

East Tnlon 

Hittnian 

Doyle.stown 

Fredericksburg . 



Oct. 
April 



Oct 
April 



Oct. 
April 



Montpeller, 
Uryan 



West Unity. 
Eden 



WOOD COUNTY. 



a U Abobtt 

Samuel i ase 

jt»!*eph P. Hlsbee.. 
runlet* M.Brown. 
Thtodore brown. 

Carlo Call •• 

Sylvester Curtis., 

H. O. Cundlt 

H. C. Comstock... 
Ueo. W. Douro.... 

Hainuol Dunn 

J. J. I'aylor.. 

H. D. Urove 



Springfield . 
Northwest . 

Madison 

Northwest ... 

Madison , 

St. Joseph 

Jefferson 

Bridge water 
Mill Creek... 

Pulaski „ 

St. Joseph 

Pulaski 

Mill Creek .... 

Brady 

8uperlor„ 

Jefferson 

Springfield .. 



Stryker 

Northwest... 

Kunkle 

Nettle l^ke. 

Pi uieer , 

F^igerton ..... 

Karle , 

Bridgewater 
.\lvordton.... 

Pulaski 

K'igerion .... 

Bryan 

Alvordton.... 
West linity., 
Montpeller..-, 

Pulaski 

Stryker 



April 



Nov. 

June 
Nov. 
April 



Oct. 



Center 

Plain 

Portage 

Perrysburg... 

Bloom 

Weston 

Perrvsburg... 
Washington 

Plain 

Milton 

Jackson 

Henry ^ 

Lake.. 



Bowling Green. 



*« 



six Points 

Perrysburg , 

Jersey City 

Weston 

Perrysburg.. 

Tontogany 

Bowling Green. 

Custer - 

Hoytsvllle 

Hammansburg 
MUlbury 



April 



Oct. 



April 
Nov. 
April 
Oct. 

April 



May 

April 

OcU 



13,1886 
18,1886 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1881 
U, 18&4 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1884 
14,1885 
14, 1885 
14,1885 
14.1885 
14, 1885 
14, 1886 
14, 1M5 
14, 1885 
14, 1885 
14, 1885 
14, 1885 
18, 18tt3 
18, 188.5 
tt, 1880 
6, 1886 
6, 1888 



12, 1884 
15, 1884 
12, 1S84 

4, 1884 
12, 1884 
28, 1884 

4, 1884 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 
17, 1885 

17, 1885 

18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 

18, 1885 
11, 1886 
11, 1886 
11, 1880 
11, 1886 
11,1886 

19, 1886 
19,1886 



6,1886 

19,1886 

12,1885 

18,1885 

18,1885 

12,1884 

12, 1884 

12,1885 

6,1886 

6,1886 

9,1886 

12,1884 

19,1886 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



133 



Justices of the PEACE-^Continued. 



Names of Justlcea. 



Wood County— Continue. 



J. Haskell 

Oeonre W. Hill 

E. M. Holden^ 

W. W. Hicks. 

- Jamee Johnaon 

H. M. JoDes 

H. B. KnoflT. 

Peter Laney 

J. H. Menter 

Stephen Merry 

Daniel Mean* 

A. McAllister 

J. B, McCutchen 

O. P. Norrls 

B, L. Peters 

Ktepben G. Robinson. 

W. 8. Richard 

Henry Ruple 

B, F. I..ee „ 

t7h«». R. Sage 

R B. Turner 

K. Taller „ 

F. W. Welling.. 

O. L. Wales. 

Wm. Weddell 

Lewis Whitman 

Kephaniah Wells 



Townships. 



Montgoiner>' 

Center 

Webster 

ROHS 

Mlddleton 

Jackson 

Freedom 

Milton 

Freedom , 

Perrysburg.... 

Portage 

Lake 

Troy , 

Perr>' 

Henry 

Weston 

Bloom 

Mlddleton 

Liberty 

Montgomery. 

Liberty 

Washington.. 

Troy 

Ross 

Webster 

Perry 

Jackson 



WYANDOT COUNTY. 



Amos Curtx 

Geo. W. Beard 

Michael Hpangler .., 

M. P. Tracy 

M. A. Smallev 

Tlghlman Zlilner... 

M. L. Rowland 

T. D linker , 

J. W. Lilly 

W. E. Benton 

Z.T. Smith , 

Samuel M. Worth... 

O. Brayton„ , 

Isaac H. Durboran . 
Ephraim Stanberv. 
Peter Trachsell, Jr. 

Jehu Bsker 

N. L. Updegraff. 

C. L. EIIU 

Daniel W. Nichols... 

J. E. Goodrich 

Benjamin Ulrlch.... 

John Sherwood 

a P. HllL 

B.F. Balllet 

M. H. Walterralre... 
David Kauble 



Tymoclitt'c. 

Jackson 

Ridge 

Crane 

Crawford ... 

Sycamore... 

Nlifflin 

Eden 

Antrim 

Pitt 

it 

Crane 

Crawford ... 
Tymochtee 

Mlfnin 

Salt-m 

Richland ... 

Ridge 

Marseilles . 

Salem 

Sycamore ... 

Eden 

Sycamore ... 
Marseilles ... 

.\ntrim 

Jackson , 

Richland ... 



Post-offlce address. 



Bnidner 

Bowling Green.... 

Fenton 

Toledo 

Haskins 

Hoytsville 

Pembervllle 

Milton Center 

PembervUle 

Pcrrysburg 

Portage 

Walbrldge 

Stony Ridge. 

Bllnn 

North Baltimore. 

(jrand Rapids 

Bloomdale 

Hawkins 

Portage 

Prairie Depot 

Portage 

Tontogany 

Pembervllle 

Toledo : 

Pembervllle 

West Mlllgrove.... 
Hoytsville 



Sycamore 

klrby 

Carey 

Cpper Sandusky , 

Carey 

l)eun<iuot 

rpper Sandusky. 

Nevada 

Wyandot 

Little Sandusky.., 
Upper Sandusky. 



It 



Carey 

McCutrhenvllle 

Marseilles 

Upper Sandusky 

W harton 

Carey 

Marseilles 

Wharton 

Svcamore 

Nevada 

Svcamore 

MnrsellU's 

Nevada , 

Forest, Hardin county 
Wharton 



Expiration 
of term. 



Oct. 
AprU 

Oct. 
April 
Bifay 
April 



Oct. 
Dec. 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct 

April 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 



April 



Nov. 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 



22,1884 
12, 1885 
12,1885 

18, 1886 
12,1884 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 
12,1884 
12,1884 

6,1886 
22,1884 
22,1984 
12,1885 

0,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
18,1886 
12,1886 

6,1886 
22,1884 
18,1886 
12, 1884 
12, 1884 
12, 1886 

6,1886 

19, 1886 



5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5, 1886 

5, 1886 

18,1885 

13, 1886 

13, 1886 

13,1886 

13, 1886 

14, 1885 
14,1886 
14, 1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
14,1886 
26,1884 
15,1884 

8,1884 
8,1884 
8. 1884 
H, 1884 
8,1884 
8, 1884 
16,1886 



128 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8BCBETARY OF STATE. 



JverriOEB of the Feage— Continued. 



Namee of Jostices. 



8ummU County— OorUtnued, 



Michael Wise 

Austin T. Woods .... 

Levi S. Horrold 

Peter J. Moersch .... 

J. A. Chandler 

Nathan 8. Biittan... 
Jacob Krumroy ...... 

Levi H. Rhodes 

Albert Hale 

I. O. Falrchild 

M. D. Call 

John W. Seward .... 

Willistun Ailing 

Chauncy B. Lane.... 

Bela B. Clark 

Beth R. Hanchett... 
Almon J. Brown .... 

Aluion Brown 

Mansfield Sumner... 



TRUMBUIiL COUNTY. 



P.A.Bell 

A. H. Bteuart 

Z. T. Ewalt 

8. E, Clapp 

F. E. Moran..~ 

James H. Biggin^ 

Ellas Lewis. 

Joseph Stuart ~ 

I. W. Cooper , 

Stephen Laird 

A. 8. Phillips 

E. J. Tyler 

J. L. HerzoK , 

George E. Uaine 

Wm. D. Griffls 

Joel Bushnell 

L. ii. Spencer 

C. A. Trobrldge 

Augustus Elwell 

R. W. Crane 

J. E. Piikerlng. 

James A. Blackburn. 

C. D. Goodrich 

E. E. OviHtt 

Joslah S. Ratllff 

George Misner 

Jacob Harshman 

Daniel Merberger 

W.S.Benton 

Elias Hperry 

R. E. Fitch 

J. 8. Wolr 

H. r^Scoville 

G. M. Logan 

J. C. Thompson 

G. M. Kyle 

H. H. Pierce 

A. C. Porter 

Joseph Pierce 

Mark Anie> 

John Dllley 

Divid J. Davis 

T. T. Merry 

C. B. Motttt. 

J. R. Herrick 

H. D. Holcorab 

J. L. Gilliner 

James Clark 

W. A. Harrington 

L. P. Andrews 

Curtis Hall 

Henry Taylor .,« 

Willis R«eder 

Grin L. McCarty 

Albert G. Welrlck 



Townships. 



Norton 



** 



Portage... 
Riohfleld' 



Springfield 

<< 

II 
Stow ! 



ti 



Talmadge 



•1 



Twinsburg 



«4 



Middlebury 

4t 



Lordstown 

Brookfield 

Howland 

Bloomfleld 

Johnston 

Vernon 

Weathersfield. 

ti 

Gnstavus 

Mesopotamia.. 

Liberty 

Farmlngton.... 

Warren 

Bloomfleld 

Vienna 

Hartford 



ti 



Fowler. 

Braceville ...... 

Greene 

Warren 

Warren 

Liberty 

Braceville 

Howland 

Southington .. 
Lordstown.... 
Farmlngton... 

Mecca. 

Mesopotamia 

Kinsman.. 

Johnston 

Vienna 

Gustavus 

Bristol 

Baeetta. 

Bristol 

Champion 



Postroflloe address. 



Norton 

Loyal Oak. 
Akron 



Bxpiration 
ox term. 



West Riohfleld .... 



It 



Krumroy 

North Spriiigfleld. 

Mogadore 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Hudson , 

Talmadge 



(i 



Twinsburg. 

14 



44 
44 



Middlebury 

44 



April 



Oct. 
Oct. 



April 

Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

OcU 
April 



U, 1885 

11,1886 

11,1886 

13,1886 

17,1886 

17,1886 

17,1886 

18,1886 

11,1886 

11,1886 

11, 1886 

17,1886 

11,1886 

11,1885 

11,1886 

17,1886 

17,1886 

18,1886 

11,1886 



Lordstown 

Brookfleld.... „ 

Howland ».. 

Bloomfleld 

Cortland 

Vernon 

Weathersfleld.. 
Mineral Ridge.. 

Gustavus.. 

Mesopotanila ... 

Church HIU 

Farmlngton 

Warren 

Bloomfleld 

Vienna 

Hartford 



Fowler 

Braceville 

Greene 

Warren , 

Leavittflburg . 

Girard «... 

Braceville 

Howland » 

Southington . 

Lordstown 

Farmlngton... 

Mecca 

Mesopotamia. 

Kinsman 

Johnston 

Vienna 

Gust-ivus. 
Bristol 



....... •...««.. ...... ........a 



44 



Newton 

M^^cca. , 

Hubbard 

Vernon 

Hartford 

Southington..... 

Bazetta 

Hubbard 

Brookfleld 

(k-eene 

Kinsman 

Fowler 

Newton 

Hartford 

Weathersfleld... 
Hubbard 



Bazetta 

Bristol 

Champion. 



44 



Newton Falls 

Mecca 

Coalburg 

Burg Hill , 

Orangeville.... 
Southington.. 

Cortland 

Hubbard 

Brookfleld 

Greene 

Kinsman 

Fowler 

Newton Falls.. 

Hartford 

Niles 

Hubbard 



April 11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 1681 
U, 1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 

Oct. 17, 1884 
17,1884 
17, 1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1884 
17,1881 

April 12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12.1886 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12,1885 
12, 1885 
12,1885 
12,1886 
12,1886 
12, 1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11, 1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11,1886 
11.1886 
U, 1886 
11,1886 
11, 188^ 

May 0, 1886 

Oct. 16, 1886 
16, 188<^ 
16,188& 
16,1886. 



iV 



S 1.*--.- -5 ^-» 

I kli jlfgl- 



.- 5 fi (i .c 




130 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



JusTiOBS OF THS PEACE— Continued. 



Names of Justices. 



Union County— Oontinued. 



Townships. 



J, Q. Turner 

I.N.Paris 

Samuel Sherwood 

N. M. Baldwin 

L. D. Wright 

W. H. Platner 

John F. Granger I Union 

Qeorge Harris : Darby 

Cyrus Zimmerman 



Union 

Washington. 
York 



({ 



Post-office address. 



Milford Center 

Byhalia !!!!!..*."!!.';.'.7.*..V... 

York ... 'ZZZ3.Z*""ZZ 
West Mansfield, Logan Co... 

Milford Center 

Union ville Center 

i( (4 



VAN WERT COUNTY. 



W. H. Zimmerman. 

Joseph Calvert 

Henry German n, jr. 
Aaron F. Pancake..., 

J. F. Shaffber 

Joshua Wagers 

Wm. H. Wftten 

J. W. Shell 

G.S. Hough 

C. P. Richey 

Thomas Rose 

J. W. Allen 

Henry Rumble 

John Burkett 

M. H. McCoy 

J. S. Stuckey , 

J. R. Evans , 

Wm. H. Nicodemus.. 

J. M.Jones 

John Masters 

Henry Wei bel , 

Wm. Foster , 

A.Elder 



Tulley Convoy. 



** 



Harrison 
ti 

WiUshIre 
tt 

Liberty... 

tt 

Pleasant... 
tt 

Union 

tt 



Hoaglln. 
tt 

Ridge ...'. 

tt 

York..!!!! 



n 



Jennings. 



tt 



Washington 



tt 



Jackson 



VINTON COUNTY. 



John Drake 

Oscar F. Hawk 

S. F. Kramer 

Frederick Thomas.. 

E. D.Cross 

Daniel R. Hall 

James McGhee 

Lyman Wells 

W. W. Scott 

Charles MulhoUand . 

John Shirkey 

R. 8. Barnhill 

W.W.Newton 

George W.Johnson. 

A. Raddifl 

Wm. Herron 

Morris Evans 

E. H. Bennett 

Wm. Cox 

Robert Sase 

John E. >lcVey 

James R. Jolly 

John S. Huflhian 

A. Robinson 

Milton Arbaugh , 

Williams. Hudson.. 



WARBEN COUNTY. 



J. Wilson Edwards. 
Alexander Boxwell. 

Darius Ross 

Bethnel Oihvolt. 

James B. Graham ... 

D. W. Van Dyke 

A. F. Peebles 

Ellas F. Varner 

Berkley T. Brown... 



Harrison .. 
Wilksville. 

Clinton 

Knox 



(t 



Clinton 

Eagle 

WilksvlUe 

Brown 

Wilksville. 
Madison.... 
Jackson .... 



n 



Swan 

Vinton 

Richland .. 

Elk 

Eagle 

Richland.. 

Elk 

Swan 

Richland .. 
Harrison .. 
Madison.... 

Vinton 

Elk 



Wayne 

Clear Creek... 

Deerfleld 

Union 

Turtle Creek. 

Deerfleld 

Clear Creek.... 

Massie 

Turtle Creek . 



Dixon. 

Leslie 

Convoy.... 

WUlshlre.. 
tt 

Shasta 

Dull 

Van Wert 
it 



Convoy 

Van Wert 



tt 
tt 
tt 



Venedocla , 

Van Wert 

SpencerviUe, Allen Co. 



tt 



ft 



Delphos 

Middlepolnt. 



t» 



Expiration 
of term. 



OcL 15, 1886 
Aprtl 10,1881 

13,1886 
Oct 17, 1885 

17,1885 
AprU 14.1885 

14, 1885 
U, 1884 

15, 1886 



Oct. 



Oct. 



April 



Oct, 
April 



May 

AprU 



Ray's, Jackson county.. 
Hawks*, Vinton county. 

Hamden Junction , 

Lee, Athens county 



tt 



ti 



Dundas, Vinton county 

F:agle Mills 

Wilksville 

Hope Furnace 

Wilksville 

Vinton Station 

Ural 

Stella. 

Swan 

Radcllff. 

McArthur 



tt 



Pike Run 

Hamden Junction. 

McArthur 

8lverly 

Allcnsvllle 

Ray's 

Zaleskl 

Radcllflr. 

McArthur 



April 
Aug. 

Oct. 



April 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
April 



June 



19,1886 
18,1884 
19,1886 
19,1886 
18,1885 
11,1884 
IS, 1885 

9, 1886 
18,1885 

9,1886 
11,1884 

9,1886 
24,1884 
11,1886 
11,1884 

9,1886 
11,1884 

9,1886 
11,1884 
11.1884 

9,1886 

9,1888 
11,1884 



11. 18»l 
11,1884 
I'i, 1881 

12, 1884 
12,1884 
18,1884 
18.1881 
18,1884 
18, 1884 
18,1884 
12,1885 
12,1885 
12.1885 
12,1885 
12,1885 
18,1885 

6,1885 

12,1886 

6,1886 

6, 1886 

6,1886 

6, 1886 

6,1886 

6, 1886 

12,1885 

28,1886 



Wavnesvllle April 11,1884 



Red Lion 

Mason 

-South Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Mason 

Springboro 

Harvey sburg..., 
Lebanon 



Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 



Nov. 



11,1884 
11,1881 
18,1884 
26,1881 
14,1884 
14,1884 
14,1884 
26,1884 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



131 



Justices of the Peace— Contiuued. 



Names of Justices. 



Wdrreti County— Continued. 

». R Ntckereon 

R. H. Bennett 

Jobn M. Dacbtler 

Daniel Perrlne 

Isaac ft. Brown 

Wm. H. Constable 

Joseph O. Keys 

Jeremiah Mills 

Joaeph H. Llppincott 

Wm. O. Hopkins 

ft. D. McFerren 

James C. Redman 

ftamuel J. Witteman 

ILft. Lockwood 

James Blackburn 

OeorKe W. Carey 

Israel Lundy 

WASIIIKGTON COUNTY. 

Joseph Cox 

J. M. Newton 

W. H. Wolf. 

Ramuel Bess. 

E. T. Parsons 

C C. Lanton 

R. C. Mensie 

L. H Stone 

A. Russell 

J. A. Smith 

A. A. Hollester 

W. J. Scott 

Klen Pennock 

I>«nlel Moersch 

J. J.D. McVay 

Russell Dorir. 

F. W. Lamping 

J. N, Simmons 

Robert Bedllllon 

Abner Powell 

Simeon Whitney 

A. a DePuy 

I. 8. McCowan 

Thomas Forshey 

J. J. Schenkel, Jr 

A. M. Graham 

John Hall 

Austin S. Miller 

Anson McNeal 

Alvln Adklns 

J. T. Hill 

A. B. Smith 

Richard Trotter 

H. L. Pugh 

Pemberton Palmer 

Chas. Weiss. 8r 

J. M. Truesdell 

Reuben Mason 

D. R. Newton 

Thomas McDermott. 

M. r. Armstronz. 

C. C. Smith 

John Zumbro 

O. R Ooddard 

W. H. Underwoods 

Arthur McMahoD 

Chaa. Cone 

Wm. OUnes 

David Barber 

Rufuj E. Harte 

Cha#. W. Richards 



Townshipst 



Balem 

Deerfleld 

Franklin 

Washington.. 

Union 

Harlan 

Wayne 

Washington,. 

Hassle 

Salem 

Harlan 

Hamilton 

Clear Creek... 

Franklin 

Turtle Creek. 



t( 



Harlan.. 



Adams .. 
Aurellufi. 

n 

Barlow ... 
Bel pre ... 



i* 



Decatur . 

u 

Dunham. 
Fairfield 

Fearing . 



it 



(Irandvlew. 
it 



Independence. 
«t 

Lawrence 






Liberty. 

Ludlow, 
it 



Muskingum 

14 

Newport 

tt 



Post-oltice address. 



Expiration 
or term. 



Morrow 

Mason 

Franklin 

Ft. Ancient 

South Lebanon, 

Butlervllle 

Waynesvllle 

Oregonia 

Harveysburg.... 

Morrow 

Level 

MHlneville 

Sprlngboro 

Franklin 

Lebanon 



it 



Butlerville 



April 



Aug. 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 



Dec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



I^well April 

it 



Oct. 



Aprtl 



Ma<'ksburg 

Elba, 

Vincent 

Barlow.. .'. 

Little Hocking , ' Oct. 

Belpre j 

Fillmore April 

Cutler Oct. 

Dunham i 

Cutler j 

I>ayman ' 

Stanleyville 



it 



Orandview 

New Matamoras. 



it 



Wade 

Archer's Fork. 

Cow Run 

Steel Run 

Moss Run 

Dalzell 



Win 



^ett 



Run. 



it 

Palmer 
it 

Salem .. 



Harmar 

Marietta , 

Newport 

Hill's 

Newport 

Brown's Mills. 



ti 



it 



Waterford 
tt 



it 

Watertown 
it 

tt 

Wesley 

it 

tt 

Warren.,!!... 

It 

Marietta .... 
it 

li 



Whipple „ 

Lower Salem 

Beverly 

Center Bend, Morgan co. 

Coal Run 

Churchtown 

Watertown 



(t 



Bartlett 



tt 



Harmar.. 

Bate 

Marietta. 



it 
it 
(t 



April 

Oct. 

April 

Aug. 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

Nov. 

April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Oct. 

Aprtl 

Oct 

Aprtl 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

Aprtl 

June 



5,1885 

5,1885 

5,1885 

5,1885 

2,1886 

13,1885 

7^1888 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7,1886 

7, 1886 

16,1886 

16, 1886 

16,1886 

10,1886 

23,1886 

1, 1886 



17,1885 
11.1884 
18,1886 
14,1884 
4,1884 
5,1886 
14, 1884 
14,1884 
11,1884 
14,1884 
17,1885 
14,1884 
14,1884 
26,1886 
14,1884 
17,1885 
18,1886 
5,1886 
17,1885 
17,1885 
11,1884 
26.1884 
26,1884 

17, 1885 
5,1886 

14,1884 
6,1885 
11,1884 
14,1884 
17,1885 
11, 1884 
11,1884 
11, 1884 
17.1885 

18, 1886 
5,1886 

21,1886 
17,1886 
16,1886 
11, 18H4 
14,1884 
5, 1886 
29,1884 

17, 1885 

18, 1886 
17, 1885 

5, 1886 
9,1886 

11, 1884 
6,1886 

22, 1886 



'..*- 



v»^4k*- H*i4V4*f >ttClilCTAmY OF STATE. 



' t VI 4i ha. >r > HA IfiLKv'K— <V>nUnued. 



V* . 



V% V ^ \ 



. U^i V V J»« 



\*. \ 



rt>«»tMiit|)«k 



Post-office address. 



Expl ration 
oi term. 



\ 



V* 



^v^ 



\ 






vOt4 



\\ 



\ 



'vlvl 



Kr>4ukUu 

^».K*t«»r- 

v^rv*'!! , 

lUuynman .. 

vVnurvss 

i liiiton 

I'tiester 

Su^far Creek.. 

Mitton 

l^onRress , 



City. 



■ \ 



V 



\\ 



, . X . Wnyne 

Plain 

\t v..:u utv t hlpiH'Wa ... 

^s>»vvuv\\ .. Wuoster 

,\v ranaiiri 

xi Uvurv Franklin.... 

. .*v t. * ' l*ailnl 

x\,o . i'lintoii 

. V V r I ('iif.ster 

V xu>. \ ; East Union 

^l^at I Plain 

'^*.uus* ^.^^urr Paint 

Kv,v I » vv»i ; Buuglinian 

|U» •!> tt.vi-»>^i>r ; JSalti'reek. 



1 1«\ 



11 



y K Mtuuti • I (;reen 



V uu^'» NN i*»u r 

Jv»uu W Uuumn.... 

VUvit U aiiikt 

VU»v'»l IL M MO key 



i'anaan 

EaHt Union 

Milton 

Clilppewa,.., 
Salt Creek... 



\\ I I.I.I A MH tH)rNTV. 



NN in. l>rake 

U^HUiiv K. v'oy 

K »i. MoKelvey 

Jikliii UuUilln 

liooiKe NV. Moouey 

K J. ikK>kiuilier 

Jouaiuan lUirke 

Wesley IJ. KluemlUler 

HuKli Brandon 

AuuustUH Moore 

jMiiper UoKeri* 

John orewUer 

JoliuT. Walter 

I. L. Wblte 

JoHeph W. Back 

Joliu W. Hturgeon 

Ell W. Grim 

Wm. H. ibllcote 

W. O. Johnston 

George Webber 

H. 11. Peppard 

KT. Wlsiuau 

Cyrus T. Wyatt 

J. r. lleuter 



Superior. 
Pulaski . 
Center 



Burton 
Dal ton. 

Wooster 

Moreland 

Wooster 

OrrviUe 

Clinton 

Orrvllle 

West Balein 

Sbreve 

New Pittsburgh. 

Dalton 

Sterling 

Burbank 

('Ongress 

MaolHonourg 

Blackley«*vine.... 

Kaston 

Wooster 

Crestoii 

Moreland 

Mt. Kut^in 

Big Prairie 

Congress 

Apple Creek 

Hprlngvllle 

West Lebanon.... 

MarHballvllle 

Koeb's 

Smith vil.e 

Canaan Center.. . 

East Union 

Hlttniun 

Doylustown 

Frederlckhburg .. 



Oct. 
ApHI 



Oct. 
April 



OcU 
April 



Montpelier. 
Bryan 



Brady 

Florence 



West Unity, 
Eden 



Snrlngtleld ., 
Northwest . 

Madison 

North wtbt ... 

MadUon , 

St. Joseph 

J**flerHon 

Brldgewater 
.Mill Creek... 

Pulaski 

St. Joseph 

Pulaski 

Mill Creek.... 

Brady 

Superior 

JelTerson , 

Springfield .. 



Stryker 

Northwest ... 

Kunkle 

Nettle l^ke. 

Pi 'iieer , 

Edgerton ..... 

Karle 

Bridgewater 
Alvordton..., 

Pulaski 

E'ljrerion .... 

Bryan 

Alvordton.... 
West Unity. 
Montpelier... 

Pulaski 

Stryker 



WOOD COUNTY. 



B. L. Abobtt 

Samuel Case 

Joseph P. Blsbee.. 
uames M. Brown. 
Theodore Brown. 

Carlo Call 

Sylvester Curtis.. 

H. a. C<mdlt 

K. C. Comstock... 
Geo. W. Doure.... 

Hamuel Dunn 

J. J. l^iylor 

H. D. Grove 



Center 

Plain 

Portage 

Perrysburg... 

Bloora 

Weston 

Perrysburg... 
Washington 

Plain 

Milton. 

Jackson 

Henry 

LAke 



Bowling Green. 



Six PoinU 

Perrysburg , 

Jersey City 

Weston 

Perrysburg 

Tontogany 

Bowling Green. 

Custer „ 

HoyUvllle 

Ilammansbarg 
MiUbury «... 



April 



Nov. 

June 
Nov. 
April 



Oct. 



April 



Oct. 



April 
Nov. 
April 
Oct. 

April 



May 

April 

Oct. 



IS, 1888 
13,1886 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 18M 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11,1884 
11, 18»4 
11,1881 
11, 18M 
11, 1»84 
11,1884 
11, 18H4 
11,1884 
14, 1886 
14, 18K5 
14, 1883 
14, 18ho 
14, 18)t6 
14, 1HK5 
14, 1K85 
14, 18K5 
14, 1«85 
14. IW<5 
14, 1H85 
18, iMfii 
18, 188o 
tt, ISS« 
a, 1880 
6, 1K86 



12, 1884 
15, 1884 
12, IKHI 

4,1884 
12, 1884 
28, 1884 

4, 1884 
17,1885 
17, 1885 
17, 18^1 

17, 1885 

18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 
18, 1885 

18, 1885 
11, 1886 
11, 188« 
11, 1886 
11, 188« 
11,1886 

19, 1886 
19, 1886 



6,1886 

19, 1886 

12, 1886 

18,1885 

18,1885 

12, 1884 

12, 1884 

12, 1885 

6,1886 

6,1886 

9,1886 

12,1884 

19,188* 



JU8TICE8 OF THE PEACE. 



133 



Justices of the Peace— Continued. 



Names of Juiitices. 



Wood County^ Continue. 



J. Haskell 

Oeorgf^ W. Hill 

E. M. Holden 

W. W. Hicks 

'James Johnson 

H. M. Jones 

H, B. KnofT 

Peter Laney 

J. H. Menter 

Btephen Merry 

Daniel Mears 

A. McAllister 

J. B. McCutchen 

O. P. Norrls 

B. L. Peters 

Btephen O. Robinson. 

W.k Richard 

Henry Ruple 

B. F. I>»e „ 

Obss. R. Aage 

E. R Turner 

K. Tuller 

F.W. Welling 

O. I* Wales. 

Wm. Weddell 

Lewis Whitman 

Kepbaniah Wells 



Townships. 



Montgomer>'. 

Center 

Webster 

Ros» 

Middleton 

Jackson 

Freedom 

Milton 

Freedom 

Perrysburg 

Portage 

Lake 

Troy 

Perry 

Henry 

Weston 

Bloom 

Middleton 

Liberty 

Montgomery. 

Liberty 

Washington.. 

Troy 

Ross 

Webster 

Perry 

Jackson 



WYANDOT COUNTY. 



Amos Curtx 

Geo. W. Beard , 

Michael Hpangler ... 

M. P. Tracy , 

M. A. Smallev 

Tlghlman Ztflner... 

M. L. Rowland 

T. D Lanker 

J.W. Lniy 

W. E. Benton 

Z.T. Smith 

Samuel M. Worth.. 

O. Brayton 

I^iac H. Durtmran . 
Ephralm Ktanbery. 
Peter Trachsell, Jr. 

Jehu B*iker 

N. L. Updegrair. 

a L. Ellis 

Daniel W. Nichols... 

J. E. (Joodrlch 

Benjamin rirlch.... 

John Sherwood 

a P. Hill 

aF. Balliet 

M. H. Wftltermlre... 
David Kauble 



Tymocht<*e. 

Jackson 

Ridge 

Crane 

Crawford ... 
Sycamore... 

>fifflin 

Eden 

Antrim 

Pitt 

it 

Crane 

Crawford ... 
Tymochtee. 

Mifflin 

Sal^-m 

Rlchlnnd ... 

Ridge 

Marhcilles . 

Salem 

Sycnmore ... 

Eden 

Sycamore ... 
Marseilles ... 

Antrim 

Jackson 

Richland ... 



Post-offlce address. 



Bradner 

Bowling Green.... 

Fenton 

Toledo 

Haskins 

Hoytsville 

Pembervllle 

Milton Center 

Pembervllle 

Perrysburg 

Portage 

Walbrldge 

Stony Ridge 

Bllnn 

North Baltimore. 

Grand Rapids 

Bloomdale 

Hafiklns , 

Portage 

Prairie Depot 

Portage 

Tontogany 

Pembervllle 

Toledo : 

Pembervllle 

West Mlllgrove.... 
Hoytsvllle 



Sycamore 

KIrby 

Carey 

Cpper Sandusky . 

Carey 

Deunquot 

Upper Sandusky. 

.Nevada 

Wyandot 

Little Sandusky.. 
Upper Sandusky. 



it 



Carey 

McCut4hen vUle 

Marseilles 

Upper Sandusky 

Wbarton 

Carey 

Marseilles 

Wharton 

Sji'camore 

Nevada 

Sycamore 

XUirscllles 

Nevada 

Forest, Hardin county 
Wharton 



Expiration 
of term. 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

April 

Bifay 

April 



Oct. 
Dec. 
April 



Oct. 
April 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 



April 



12; 
18, 
12, 



22,1884 

12,1886 

1885 

1885 

1884 

6,1886 

6,1886 

6,1886 

12,1884 

12,1884 

6,1886 

22,1884 

22,1884 

12,1886 

0,1886 

12,1886 

12,1885 

18,1885 

12,1885 

6,1886 

1884 

1885 

1884 

1884 

1885 

1886 

1886 



22, 

18, 
12, 
12. 
12, 
6, 
19, 



Oct, 



April 



Nov. 

Oct. 

April 



Oct. 



5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

5,1886 

18,1886 

13,1886 

18, 1886 

18,1886 

18,1886 

14,1885 

14,1886 

14, 1886 

14, 1886 

14,1886 

14,1886 

26,1884 

15,1884 

8, 1884 

8,1884 

8, 1884 

8,1884 

8,1884 

16,1886 



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CLASSIFIED STATEMENT OF INCORPORATIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

NOVEMBER 16. 1883. 



I 

55 



II 

1 

97 

10 

10 
44 

1 
20 

1 

5 
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16 
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8 

5 

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38 

6 

6 

35 
1 
1 

17 
26 

1 

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4 

4 
4 

149 



Banks, savings and loan companies in- 
corporated 

Bank, savings and loan company, in- 
crease capital stock 

Building and loan associations incor- 
porated 



Buildins and loan associations, increase 
capitfQ stock , 



Increase 

of capital 

stock. 



$300,000 



Cemetery associations incorporated 

Churches incorporated « 

Church consoliaated » 

Colleges an<l literary societies incorpor'd 

College and literary society, decrease 
capital stock 

Construction companies incorporated ...., 

Co-operative associations incorporated ..< 

Electric lijght companies incotporated ».. 

Electric light company, change of name 

Fire and life insurance companies incor- 
porated 

Fire and life insurance company, change- 
of name 

Gras companies incorporated 

Gas companies, increase capital stock 

Manufacturing companies incorporated... 

Manufacturing companies, increase capi- 
tal stock 

Manufacturing companies, decrease cap- 
ital stock , 

Manufacturing companies, change of 
name „ 

Mining company incorporated 

Mining company consolidated 

Mining company, change of name 

Mutual aid companies incorporate<l 

Printing and publishing companies in- 
corporated 

Printmg and publishing company, de- 
crease capital stock 

Printing and publishing company, 
change of name/ , 

Railroad companies incorp6rated 

Railroad companies, increase capital stock 

Railroad companies consolidated 

Railroad companies, change of name 

Railroad companies, extending line and 
change of termini 

Societies and benevolent associations in- 
corporated 



9,825,000 



Decrease 

of capital 

stock. 



Capital stock 
authoriied. 



$2,130,000 



$46,450 



1,820,000 



7,176,500 



$66,105,000 
3,i)ci6 



128,500 



2,795.000 

47.500 

988,500 



200,000 



475,000 



750,000 
2»,'730,506 



102,062,050 



10,000 



19,284,000 



2,427,000 



36.120,000 

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4 
6 

2 

127 

7 

2 

3 

303 

20 
23 



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Kinds of corporations chartered. 



Street railroads incorporated 

Street railroads, increase capital stock.... 

Telegraph and telephone companies in- 
corporated 

Telegraph and telephone companies, in- 
crease capital stock 

Various purposes (not included above) 
incorporated 

Various purposes (not included above) 
increase capital stock 

Various purposes (not included above) 
decrease of capital stock , 

Various purposes not included above) 
change of name 

Certificates of filing subst^ription to capi- 
tal stock 

Miscellaneous papers filed , 

Railroad equipment contracts 



Totals. 



Increase 

of capital 

stock. 



1,160,000 



1,550,000 



755,500 



$124,639,050 



Decrease 

of capita] 

stock. 



224,000 



$755,450 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



270,000 



740,000 



10,910,549 



$209,629,549 



COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF INCORPORATIONS SINCE THE ADOPTION 

OF THE CONSTITUTION OF 1851. 



Year. 



1851 to 1873, inclusive 

1874 ., 

1875.. 

1876.. 

1877.. 

1878.. 

1879.. 

1880 

1881 « 

1882 

1883 



Total 
number of 
incorpora- 
tions. 



4,069 
361 
396 
374 
3H1 
289 
338 
544 
840 
909 
876 



Increase of 
capital stock. 



$9,068,375 

1,900,200 

8,229,000 

24,378,890 

46,019,125 

72,421,150 

124,639,050 



Reduction of 
capital stock. 



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



1,427,000 
349,700 
896,200 
765,000 

1,205,000 
970,000 
755,450 



Capital stock 
authorized. 



$882,121,713 

55,646,066 

140,199.426 

64,015,300 

46,102,940 

45,674,266 

90,920,805 

104,462,700 

310,029,960 

252,436,350 

209,629,549 



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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COMPANIES FILING CERTIFICATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO CAPITAL 
STOCK, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Name of Company. 



The Akron Live Stock Company , 

The Toledo Brush Electric Light Company , 

The Sun Publishing Company , 

The Plank Road Loan and Building Company , 

The Silver Belt Company , 

The Gold King Company 

The Slater Mill Company 

The Tricycle Manufacturing Company 

The Lowell Milling Company 

The Triumph Manufacturing Company 

The Ml. Lookout Building and Loan Company 

The I'olumbus Base Ball Company 

The Kelly Nail and Iron Company 

The Sturdevant Lumber Company 

The Cincinnati Bowlder Supply Company 

The Sixteenth Ward Building Association Company 

The James Kichey Manufacturing Company 

The Weir Frog Company 

The D. C. Hall Manufacturing Company 

The Bank Street Loan and Building Association Company . 

The American Health Company 

The Russell Wrench and Novelty Manufacturing Company 

The Cincinnati Linseed Oil Company 

The Seymour Shoe Company 

The Bell Waterphone Company 

The Ohio Law Publishuig Company 

The Empire Manufacturing Company 

The Van VVie Manufacturing Company 

The Toledo and Michigan Railway Company 

The Columbus Watch Company 

The Edson Type Case Company 

The Union Lasting Tool Company 

The Torsion Balance and Scales Company 

The Pittaburgh, Akron and Chicago Railroad Company 

The Pittsburgh and Maumee River Railroad Company 

The Cheshire and Edwards Sewing Machine Company 

The Muskingum River Railway Company 

The Eagle Stock Company '. 

The Wooster Hot^l Company 

The Krebs Lithograph Company , 

The Razor Blade Shear Manufacturing Company .'. 

The Ohio Valley Construction Cohipany 

The Taylor Drain Tile Company 

The Williams Mining Company 

The Archer Mining Company 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



December 



The Globe Printing and Publishing Company 

The Columbus and Ft. Wayne Railway Company 

The Mutual Benefit Building and Loan Association Company 

The Hoover and Gaines Company 

The Wills Carriage Company 

The Main Street Building and Loan Company 

The Broadway Building and Loan Company , 

The Morris Hardware Company 

The P. J. Marque Manufacturing Company 



1882. 
November 18 
20 
21 
22 
22 
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23 
23 
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25 
25 
29 
29 
1 
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2 
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4 
4 
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7 
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11 
12 
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14 
14 
15 
18 
19 
21 
22 
22 
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23 
23 
23 
25 
25 
27 
27 
30 



1883. 
January 



5 

6 

6 

8 

11 

12 

13 

13 

15 



INCORPORATIONS. 



193 



C0MPAKIB8 Filing Certificates op Subscription, etc. — Continued. 



Name of Company. 



The Conger Mining Company 

The Franklin Mining Company , 

The Marmet Company 

The German Building and Loan Company 

The National Railway Car Advertising Company 

The Citizens' Street Railway Company 

The Trembath Medical College 

The Black & Clawson Company 

The Greenville, Versailles and Northeastern Railroad Company. 

The Ohio Wall Paper Company 

The Melone Sewing Machine Company 

The Athens Floral Company 

The Advance Elevator Company 

The Motherwell Iron and Steel Company 

The I.«easee8 of the Telembi Mining Company 

The Sohn Ridge Implement Company 

The Spring Grove Avenue Loan and Deposit Company 

The CSimbridge Gas Light Company 

The Cineinnaii Stamping Company 

The Review Publishing Company 

The Fostoria Manufactariug Company 

The Western Meat Company 

The Paige Car Wheel Company 

The Powers Wilder Cattle Company 

The Ironton Fire Brick Company 

The Huron Lime Company 

The Enquirer Job Printing Company 

Tiie Gittord Car Coupling and Manufacturing Company 

The Cleveland Hoop Company .*. 

The Ironton and Hecla Railway Company 

The Kin^ Varnish Company 

The Agricultural Fair Company 

The Haydenville Mining and Manufacturing Company 

The Cincinnati Journal Company 

Tbe Liquid Soap Company 

The Malta Building and Loan Company 

The Columbus Hocking Coal and Iron Company 

The Canton Glass Company 

The Associated Order of Ac^cepted Friends 

The Springfield Manufacturing Company 

The Summit Mining Company 

The Lorain Lumber and Manufacturing Company 

The Guttenburg Loan and Building Company 

The Parrott Manufacturing Company 

The Solid Steel Company 

The Scioto Shoe Manufacturing Company 

The Arizona Butte Mining Company 

The Cincinnati Transfer Railroad Company 

The Chemical Manufacturins Company 

The Helvetia Loan and Building Company 

The Evans Seed Oil Company 

The Dayton Base Ball Club 

The Cleveland Linseed Oil Company 

The National Cahle Power Company 

The CleTeland, Lorain and Wheeling Railroad Company 

Tbe Sippo Valley Glass Company 



Date of fiUng 
certificate. 



1883. 
January 



February 



March 



16 

16 

17 

17 

17 

18 

18 

18 

19 

19 

23 

24 

25 

26 

31 
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6 
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14 
14 
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Date of Filing Cbbtificatb of Subscbiptions, btc. — Contmae<L 



Name of Ck>mpany. 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



The Miami Valley Railway Company 

The Wooster Refrigerator Company 

The D. W. Archer Company 

The Uriion Distilling Company 

The Columbus Bridge Company 

The Akron Iron Company 

The Brownwell Brush and Wire Goods Company 

The Fireside Friend Publishing Company 

The Sandusky Basket Company 

The Miamisburg Binder, Twine and Cordage Company 

The vEtna Telephone Company 

Tlie Toledo, Indianapolis and St. Louis Railway Company, 
The Warner Pain^ Compamr.. 

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1883. 
March 



The Fifth Street Railroad Company j. 

The Columbus Times Company 

The Parker Wise Company 

The Ct>S8 Manufacturing Company 

The Lancaster Hotel and Opera House Company 

The Springfield Brass Company 

The Ashland Manufacturing Company , 

The Lancaster Hotel and Opera House Company 

The Bradley Transportation Company , 

The Cleveland Safe Deposit Company 

The Commercial Gazette Company 

The Superior Building and Loan Association Company 

The Matt Monran Pottery Company , 

The Advance Printing Company 

The Middlepoint Normal School : 

The Billings. Taylor & Co. Company 

The Johns-Thompson Company 

The Old Reliable Building Association 

The Blue Rock Spring Company 

The Garfield Coal Company 

The Hill Top Building, Savings and Loan Company 

The KollingMill Railroad Company 

The Gallia Building and Loan Company 

The Fremont Brush Company 

The Clough Stone Company 

The Caldwell District Fair Company 

The Bamesville Glass Company 

The Egan Telephone Company , 

The Gualey River Lumber and Mining Company 

The N. U. Walker's Clay Manufactunng Company 

The Z inesville Electric Company 

The Poland Coal Company 

The Canton Brass Company 

The Sargeant Manufacturing 

The Ohio Lumber Company 

The Thomas Gibson Company 

The McGowan Pump Company 

The Standard Gas-Light and Coke Company 

The Excelsior Galvanizing and Specialty Company 

The Grand Vein Gold and Silver Mining Company 

The Sterling Coal Company 

The Chas. E. Egan Electric and Mechanical Company 

The Akron Electric Light and Power Company 

The Cleveland Driving Park Company 

The ConaoUdated Vapor Stove Company 



April 



May 



19 

19 

20 

22 

22 

26 

27 

28 

28 

29 

30 

31 

2 

2 

3 

3 

4 

4 

5 

7 

4 

9 
9 
12 
13 
13 
10 
16 
16 
20 
20 
21 
23 
23 
23 
25 
30 
1 
7 
7 
7 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
11 
11 
14 
14 
15' 
17 
17 
19 
21 
21 
22 
23 



Uf CORPORATIONS. 



195 



Date of Filing Certificate op Subscriptions, etc. — Continued. 



Name of Company. 



The Barringer GolU Minini; Company 

The Western Coal Company 

The Plain City Paper Company 

The People's Co-operative Store Company 

TheCotta^ Building and Loan Company 

The American Union Electric Company 

The Wilcox Journal Box Company 

The Historical Family Record Publishing ('ompany 

The Nelson Business College 

The Columbus Boot and Shoe Manufacturing Company 

The Citizens* Gift Building and Ix)an Company 

The Canton Steam Heater Company 

The Findlay Loan and BuiMing Company No. 8 

The Forest City Naptha Company 

The Monarch Building and Loan Association Conipany 

The Hoffman Manufacturing Company 

The Xenia Twine and Conlage Company 

The Sandusky Fertilizer Company 

The Supreme Loan and Building Company 

The Hocking Valley Fire Brick Company 

The belphos Building Asnociation Company 

The Home Security Company 

The Taylor & Boggis Foundry Company 

The I jatrobe ( 'oaT and Iron Company..'. 

The Economy Fuel and Steam Company 

The Hall Coal Company .' 

The Buckeye Car and Manufacturing Company 

The Novelty Foundry Company 

Tbe Zanesville, McConnelsville, and Pomeroy Railway Company 

The Superior Manufacturing Company 

The Toledo Bolt and Nut Company^ 

The Geo. D. Newhall Company 

The Tnion Central Loan and building Company 

The Youngstown Car Manufacturing Company 

The Buckeye Manufacturing Company 

The Union Shoe Company^ .'. 

The Akron Business Men's Club Company 

The Clarke Automatic Steam Valve Company 

The Ottawa Gate Manufacturing Company 

The Pleasant Ridge Building and Loan Company.'. 

The (treenvill** Cigar, Cigar-Box, and Tobacco Company 

The Kncaustir Tiling Company 

The Collins Manufacturing Company 

The Forest City Ice Company 

The (Terman- American Building and Loan Company 

The Cleveland Press Brick Company 

The Kinaman Rink and Hall Company , 

The Champion Coal and Ice Company 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



1883. 



May 



June 



July 



The Excelsior Refining Compmy 

The Peering Seamless Barrel Company ... 



The Ohio Power and Light Company 

The National Machinery Company 

The Portsmouth Belt liisulroad Company ....^ 

The Cincinnati and St Louis Live Stock Company.. 

The Glohe Engine Company 

The New Veteran Loan ana Building Association Company. 

The Ehnont Building and Savings Company 

The Buckeye Valley Stone Company ^ 



23 
23 
24 
25 
26 
26 
28 
30 
30 
1 
2 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
7 
9 
9 
11 
11 
13 
13 
13 
14 
15 
16 
19 
22 
22* 
25 
?5 
25 
27 
27 
28 
28 
28 
28 
6 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
16 
25 
25 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
30 
30 
30 
30 



196 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Date op Filing Cbbtificatb of Subscriptions, etc. — CoDtinaed. 



Name of Company. 



The Gest Street No. 2 Building and Loan Association 

Tile Railroad Supply Company 

The Twelfth Waid Building and Loan Company 

Ttie West Cincinnati Turner Building Company 

Tiie Worden Tool Company 

The Columbus Warm Air Furnace Company 

Tne Cleveland Railroad, Construction, and Equipment Company. .. 

The Standard Lighting Company 

Tne National Sewer Pipe Company 

THe Lackawana, Wabash and western Railroad Compa.iy 

The Akron and State Line Railroad Company 

The Willow Bank liailroad Company 

Tlie Iron Building and Loan Associatiou 

The Water Llevaior Company 

Tiie John Street Building and Loan Company 

The Equality Building Atibociation Company. 

The Baiioelt & Lohr Manufacturing Company 

Tue Circle vi lie Gymuawium Company 

The iJiiicmuati Matiing Company....'. 

The Champion Electric Light Company 

Tue Kinsman Planing Mill Company 

The Hurd Cual Dompauy 

The O. Klein Flour aud ^eed Company 

The Republican Gazetie Publishing CJmpany 

The Seueca C'oal C-oinpany ' 

The American hash Bdlance and Sash Lock Comj)any 

The Muskingum River Construction Company 

Tne Xoleuo Paint and Supply Company 

The JJavis Cane Mill Company 

The C. 11 Biahop Flour Company 

TheUenterbuig Manufacturing Company 

The Lceionia 1-umber Coiupany 

The Circievilie Electric Company 

The i>ake 6iiore and Sunday Creek Coal and Mining Company 

The Fidehty bafe Deposit and Trust Company 

The Buulton Carbon Company 

The London Rubber Company 

The Bucyrus Water Works Company 

Tne Franco- American Company 

The biandard Fire Insurance Company 

The Inventors' Manufacturing Company 

The Hugh McKeuzie Manufacturing Company 

The Star iNLitch Company .'. .^ 

The U. S. Manuiacturing Company 

The (ireen Street No. 2 Loan and Building Company 

-The Exposition Building and Loan Company 

The House & Palmer Company. 

The ifireman No. 2 Loan and Building Company 

ihe Columbus Electiic Light and Power Company 

The Hanover Building Association Company 

The ton Wayne, Detroit and Canada Southern Railway Company. 

The Ohio J? ire Brick Company 

The Continental Cabinet Company 

The ijoeheu Iron Company 

Ihe Hughes Meat Company 

The Cleveland Electric Company 

The Dayton Plow Company 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



1883. 
August 1 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
9 

11 
11 
13 
13 
14 
14 
Vy 
15 
15 
16 
10 
September 1 
3 
3 
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13 
13 
14 
17 
17 
18 
18 
19 
20 
21 
21 
21 
i2 

22 

25 

28 

28 

28 

28 

30 

1 

1 

1 

3 

4 

6 

8 

10 

2 

12 

16 



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INCORPORATIONS. 



197 



Date op Filing Cbrtipicatb of Subscriptions, btc. — Concluded. 



Name of Company. 



The Sandusky, Ashland and Coshocton Railroad Company 

The Tiffin Edison Electric Illuminating Company 

The Westwood Homestead Company 

The Lytle Building and Loan Company 

The Euclid Railro^ Company 

The Kreimer and Brothers Furniture Company 

The Cincinnati Independent Shooting Club 

The Miami Telephone Corap>any 

The Circle ville Edison Illuminating Company 

The New Carlisle Camp Meeting (5)mpany 

The Genoa Driving Park Company 

The Central Avenue Loan and Building Association 

The Alliance Paint Company 

The Ouray Mining and Hotel Company 

The Hunter Sifter Company 

The Mt. Vernon Linseed Oil Company 

The Toledo Belt Railway Company 

The Central Oil and Soap Company 

The Ohio Railroad Company 

The Union League Publishing Company 

The Portamoutb Base Ball Company 



Date of filing 
certificate. 



1883. 
October 



November 



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25 
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MISCELLANEOUS CERTIFICATES. 



BAILBOADe — CUBING DBFXCT8, CHANOB OF BOUTB, AND BRANCH LINB8. 

December 20, 1882. The Valley Railway Company — Location of branches through 
the counties of Cuyahoga, Summit, Stark, Tuscarawas, and Carroll. 

March 14, 1883. The Bellaire, Beaver Valley, and Shawnee Railway Company — 
Location of branches through the counties of Harrison, Morgan, and Washington. 

March 15, 1883. The Cincinnati, Hocking Valley, and Huntington Railroad Con^- 
pany — Change of route, to include Pickaway county in articles of incorporation. 

September 10, 1883. The Columbus and Eastern Railroad Company— Location of a 
branch line through the counties of Muskingum and Perry. 

September 21, 1883. The Metropolitan Street Railway Company— Amended certif- 
icate, curing defects in certificate to increase of capital stock. 

COLLBUBS AND SOCIBTIBS — 8CHBDULB OF PBOPBRTY, BTC. 

F^uary 12, 1883. Northeastern Ohio Medical College — Schedule of property, 
under Section 3726, Revised Statutes. 

May 4, 1883. The Northeastern Ohio Normal School Association — Schedule of 
property, under Section 3726, Revised Statutes. 

October 18, 1883. The Ajax Electro-Technical College— Schedule of property, under 
Section 3726, Revised Statutes. 

October 31, 1883. The American Health College and Religo-Medical Society- 
Schedule of property, under Section 3726, Revised Statutes. 

MI8CBLLANBOU8. 

December 11, 1882. The William Anson Wood Mower and Reaper Company — 
Extension of operations. 

March 7, 1883. The American Chromo Company— Change of s}iares, from ten 
shares of $2,000 each, to twenty shares of $1,000 each. 

March 14, 1883. The Evangelist Gold and Mining Company— Consolidated with 
the Arizona-Butte Mining Company. 

March 19, 1883j Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce and Merchants' Exchange — 
Acceptance of provisions of Section 3831, Revised Statutes. 

March 27, 1883. .The Lancaster City and Opera House Company— Waiver of 
notice, under Section 3242, Revised Statutes. 

April 11, 1883. The First Presbyterian Church and the Central PreebyteriaB 
Ohorch- Consolidated under new name. The Presbyterian Church of Cirdeville, O. 

April 17, 1883. The Home Building and Loan Company — Curative amendmenta 
to artidee of incorporation. 



200 AimUAL BEPOBT SECRETABT OF STATE. 

June 12, 1883. The Jelloway Matoal Aid Association — Certificate amending and 
caring defects in articles of incorporation. • 

June 23, 1883. The Falls River Company — Extensions of operations. 

August 15, 1883. The Happy Hollow Joint Stock Company — Change of number of 
shares from twenty at $1.00 each, to fifty at $1.00 each. 

October 10, 1883. The Scioto Valley Bank of Kingston— Certificate comphdng 
Section 7629, Revised Statutes. 



PAPER AND STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888, 



AND 



FROM JANUARY 8, 1883, TO NOVEMBER 15, 188«. 



AaaVAL BBPOBT SBCBKTABT OF STATE. 



PAPER ACKX)UNT. 



FBOH NOVBUBBB 16, IHO, TO JANDABT *, lan. 



PAPEB ACCOUNT. 



20» 



PAPER ACCOUNT. 



PROM NOVEMBER l\ UtO, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



















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Flat cap. 


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109 


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0230 64 


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0140 17 


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298 


0848 98 






































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128 44 













































































23 


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112 


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0^58 74 


109 


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0280 64 


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105 
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2 10 








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88 
25 
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282 


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28 16 


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148 

39 

256 


1 24 

6 42 

14 

87 




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204 



AHKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Papkk A0COU2TT— Continued. 





Demy. 


ImperiaL 




Ifedlom. 


From whom purchased. 


d 


i 

9 
9 

474 
175 


a 

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i 


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In stock November 15, 1882 „ 

•Ohio Paper Company^ 


1 
64 


$8 91 
287 96 


9 


897 


$156 70 


2 177 
47 164 


$15 tf 
282 15 


Myers Bros., settlement 


( 






O. J. Brand A C«, settlement 












1 




Ross, Robbins A Qeorge 












1 •*•* 


















........... 


Totals 


66 


108 


$296 87 9 i 2t97 


$156 70 


49 


S41 
IS 


8296 10 


To whom Issued, to January 8, 1883. 
Executive Department - 


1 
1 




$0 64 


.Secretary of State 



















Auditor of State ^ 




lao 


f 1 10 




183 


$5 85 


1 


465 


11 80 


Treasurer of State 


••••••••• 








SenMte «... 


1 
2 


890 


i2 '41 
8 84 










396 


4 97. 


House of Representatives 












Supreme Court Clerk 
















AdJutant-Oeneral 
















200 
26 


8 26 


Insurance Department 




225 


2 15 




180 


579 




89 


Railroad Commissioner 










School Commissioner.. 




6 


6 




100 


327 








Af^cuHnrn.1 DApjirtment r ,,.,,, „t- 












Supervlsor of Public Prtntinir.. 










85 


1 14 








Mine Inspector 
















Labor Bureau 




60 


46 














Board of State Charities 
















Board of Public Works 




















Myers Bros.. State Printers. 




















State Bindery 




















^. J. Brand A Co.. State Printers ... 




865 


227 














jr. H. Bowman. Public Printer. 


















5 


















Totals 


276 


128 29 


1 


18 


$16 06 


8 


282 


120 86 







PAPER ACCOUNT. 



PAPER ACCOUNT, FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, to NOVEMBER 15. iSSS. 





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206 



ANNUAL BEFORT SECBETABT OP 8TATB. 



Paper Account.— Continaed. 





Double flat cap. 


Flat cap. 


Flatlett«r. 


From whom purchased. 


i 

5 


1 
^ 1 




i2 
84 


• 

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1 


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In stock January 8, 1883 


1 

450 1 


131 75 


67 1176 21 


58 


41* 


$94 62 


Ohio Paper Company 




Ross. Hobbins & (Teorjrc 




















Cleveland Paper Company 




















Central Ohio Paper Company 


65 
310 




226 24 
SI 101 60 








1 
50 


••••••••« 


8 00 


Charles E. Winters 


*•• ••••■• 








79 60 


Biebert & LlUev « 












H. C. McClelland A Co 




















Sample paper 




\ 




1 










Returned from State Bindery 




















380 


\ 


84 

1 

6 

11 






109 

1 
8 
8 






Total 


450 

1 


$1359 50 


67 

355 
443 
241 


$176 21 

$3 59 
14 13 
24 21 


41 

430 
29 

4 

80 
76 


$177 12 


To whom issued. 
Executi ve Department. 


$3 02 


Secretary of State 




465 1 
90 


S3 18 
4 24 


12 61 


Auditor of State 


1 


6 08 


Attorney-General 


28 


Treasurer of State 




:::::::::i:::::z::::: 




335 
192 
305 


1 46 
294 
845 




25 


Senate ~ 






1 

1 




House of Representatives „* 




131 1 


1 11 








Supreme Court 




4 

1 

"6" 

1 


417 
64 
62 
333 
410 
210 
411 


7 70 


Supreme Court Commission 






1 




231 
257 


1 00 
1 08 


3 28 


Supreme Court Clerk 








27 


Adjutant-General 




* 12 1 
225 


10 
74 50 




9 OS 


Insurance Department. 


21 


4 


245 


042 


S 03 


Railroad Commissioner _ 


70 


Scthool Commissioner 




890 


3 15 


2 


3 


4 23 


7 


12 61 


State Library 






Agricultural Department 




35 


30 


1 


37 
385 
868 

77 
287 


2 17 
1 70 
1 69 
82 
9 70 


3 
1 

7 

1 


896 
78 
460 
4,30 
238 


6 10 


Supervisor of Public Printing 




1 80 


Labor Bureau 










12 68 


Board of State Charities « 





158 


1 26 


"4" 


8 06 


Board of Public Works 


TV 


Myers Bros., Public Printers 


33 


360 


118 75 




State Bindery 














O. J. Brand & Co., Public Printers 

J. H. Bowman. Public Printer 


no" 




589 94 










•« • •»«•• • 




Clerk House of Representatives 


1 


291 


888 








Clerk of Senate 














Penitentiary 








3 
6 


53 

11 
440 
128 
881 

33 
280 
158 

40 


"6 53 

10 27 

1 83 

56 

7 86 

220 

328 

69 

228 


10 

6 
13 

8 

3 

"i" 

3 


"156' 

17 

475 

2b0 

460 
96 


16 no 


Qirls* Industrial Home 




70 
94 


56 
4 25 


8 60 


OoUimhii« Asylum .,.,,....... ,.,... ,..,,,, 


1 


20 67 


Reform Farm 


6 20 


Blind Asylum — 








3 
1 
1 


6 66 


Deaf and Dumb Asylum^ 










Imbecile Asylum 








86 


Dayton Asylum 








8 10 


Athens Asylum 








1 


606 


Transferred to Journal paper account 












250 
130 












92 
16 






Totals 


153 
297 


1800 23 
669 26 


57 
26 


322 
225 


$111 81 
64 40 


96 
426 


$148 27 


In stock 


$28 06 











PAPEB ACCOUNT. 



207 



Papbb a ocoukt— Concluded. 



Folio posU 



d 


• 

30 




» 


806 


1316 09 














••••»• 


40 


35 



























■**** 






96 

4 

4 
4 


848 

186 
30 
91 


$318 44 

$13 50 
12 65 
12 84 




3 
350 


2 

227 




















1 


212 
880 
210 
170 


4 42 

2 47 
1 85 
1 20 


8 
"5" 

■m ■••• 


833 
83 

79 

417 

3 


11 12 
10 

'47' 

15 17 
2 














*••«•< 


257 

471 

22 


1 64 

288 

10 




448 
818 


2 81 
206 




206 


1 80 




280 


1 50 














80 
18 


28 
825 


$89 62 
$228 92 



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80 



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8 

13 

1 

1 

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11 

1 

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8 



2 

18 



6 
72 
18 



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Demy. 



5 



JQ 
00 



878 



373 



287 
409 
146 
85 
260 
179 



168 
295 



125 
363 



12 



77 
70 



215 
125 



108 

290 

45 



299 

74 



$268 58 



68 40 



$336 98 



$9 12 
38 92 



00 
10 

08 



18 23 
25 08 



18 
19 



1 01 

2 92 



lU 



11 52 
61 



824 
7224* 



1 69 
1 00 



90 
2 32 
809 



Imperial. 



S 



8 



8 
5 



22 



6 



13 68 



$239 22 
97 76 



14 
8 



i 






379 



137 
800 



836 
415 



172 



339 



105 
107 



185 






$140 65 



107 37 
153 00 



$401 02 



$15 45 



166 62 

'■'"-ibi" 



18 30 



70 39 
283 
302 



28 10 



Medium. 



Q 



46 



46 



6 
5 



OB 



OD 



185 



135 



215 
155 
317 



872 



290 
130 






$2n 22 



$277 22 



«2 29 
35 32 
30 74 



Linen paper. 



s 



«o 



80 



i 






240 00 



$240 00 



4 17 



8 



60 



62 
274 



240 



$808 87 
97 65 



25 
20 



20 
15 



55 
285 



105 



209 



270 



468 
147 



326 
1 82 



43 79 
16 



659 
2o0 



706 



2 21 



1 
3 



8 03 



$142 44 
184 78 



170 



$3 16 



105 I 



87 



45 
486 
258 



9 
50 



12 
320 



487 

15 68 

2 11 



881 
99 



4 10 
666 



$89 15 
200 85 



208 



AS9VAL, REPORT 8BCRETART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACXX)UNT. 



FKOM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Legal cap. 



From whom purchased. 



S 



In etock November 15, 1882 ^ j 105 

A. H. Smythe I 

Cleveland Paper Company 

Geo. W. Gleason 



3C 



475 



s 



1352 05 



Fools cap. 



a 



5 

S3 
X 



s 



Letter paper. 



192 



$54 65 



Totals I lOTj 

I 

To whom Issaed. 



Executive Department. 

Secretary of state 

Auditor of Ktate 

Treasurer of State. 



o 



476 



23U 

a«o 



%i52 05 , 17 192 



$H 30 

2 49 

3 32 



$51 65 



§ 



21 

83 



3 



182 



$57 7» 
78 9a 



54 ; 132 



$196 68 



il> 66 
2 55 



Benate 


12 
37 


"'mi' 


;^* 90 
125 ;« 




1 


1 


9 

29 425 ' 
1 1 


22 95 


House of R^'presentatives 

Kiinrpme (!ourt 


■ !."!!!!'.! 


»•• • 1 


76 52 


. 


....... 




Kunreme Court Clerk 


i" 


240 




4 9h 


T' ::::::::::::::'::::: 1::::::::]:::::::: '.:::::::::: 


Adi utant-(i6neral 






J .. ..... ...I.. .... 


Fund Comrnissioner 


1 






1 1 „ 


InHiirance Ueuartinent 




120 


83 


'••"•• 






llatlroad Commissioner 











*•••••*•* ...... *• ..... . ... 

^^^^^^ '....♦... ...... 


Rnhool (Commissioner. 


i 


210 


4 98 








1 




Rtnt-f I^lhrarv *. 












I.iaw Library 




^ 

1 






1 




Aerlcultural I>eDartraent 


1 










[ ^^^ 1 




Hunervlsor I'ubllc Printing ' 














240 


1 38 


¥f tne InsDector 








Hoard Stale Charities 




"246" 
240 


1 6«; 














Hoard Public Works 




1 iHi 








1 


8U 


884 


TttT f VkmtniRfiiftn 




t 


























Totals 


5H 


120 


$195 45 








41 


265 


$110 84 

















STATIONEBY AOOOUMT. 



20f 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 









FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 










Note paper. 


Post-office paper. 


1)1; 


paper. 


Blotting 
sheets. 


Bond 
paper. 


Oil 

• 


Medicated 
paper. 


« 

B 

d 
& 


i 

00 


1 


P6 


i 

9 
OQ 


i 


E 

1 


i 

ja 
an 


•3 


i 

GO 


«i 


i 

OQ 


J 


i 

s 

80 


«i 


1 

A* 


*1 

1 


197 


120 


1225 31 
28 50 


8 


168 


818 74 




862 


$22 07 


286 
480 


$8 20 
24 00 






488 


$38 9$ 


yo 








42 




148 97 


"i' 




.... 










••••••i" 










17 87 












































217 

1 


120 
880 

"m 

240 
240 


1258 81 

f 1 20 

2 10 

120 

3U 

28 40 

64 20 


45 


158 


8162 71 


1 


862 


$88 44 


710 

24 
69 
24 


$38 20 

$1 20 
345 
120 


577 




80 




438 

6 

3 

24 

12 

24 

100 

12 

6 

12 


$38 9$ 
$0 M 


1 
1 


8 


240 
240 


$12 60 
1 80 


■ • #• • • 


18 


$0 68 


• •n*« 


7 
























1 


16 


1 
5 


"246" 


860 
18 00 


"i" 


246 
120 


880 
22 02 


226 
184 

24 
6 

40 


1125 

920 

1 M 

30 

200 










2 iS 


63 










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1 cK 


1 




120 

240 

80 




120 


90 




"24" 
06 


88 
352 










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3 


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1 (■ 




















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12 


60 










6 


* 


1 


240 

"m 


180 
120 
160 
1 20 






















1 




24 


80 




24 

48 


88 
1 76 


26 


130 












• 


1 
















1 
























r* 


















12 
24 


60 
1 20 






























•••••••••••» 
















120 
240 


'80' 

60 


••••••••• 








24 


88 












,i. 


















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12 


......^ 
















" "8 


40 












•••••• •••••• 








8 
















••••••♦• 


80 


880 


$106 90 


10 


144 


$87 80 


120 


$66 74 


602 


$84 20 


en 




7 




217 


$19 61 



14 8 8 



tio 



ANNUAL REPORT 8B0RETART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 



..&!.- 


Legal cap. 


Fools cap. 


Letter paper. 


From whom purohased. 


OH 

47 
80 
20 


i 


1 


2 

& 

17 


i 

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a 


• 

m 


i 

OD 


1 


In Rix\r\c, Janpfirv^ '888 .,,.,.T,r.T,.rT..,,,. .., 


855 


1158 60 

102 60 

86 20 


192 


154 65 


12 


240 


126 84 


wUstacb, Baldwin &Co 




B. I'. McClelland A Co 
















A. H. 8iiiythe 










8 




7 50 


ventral Obio Paper Co 
















^eorge W. Gleaaon 




















Cleveland Paper Co- 




















J, R. MilU & Co 






♦* 
















97 

1 






17 






15 






Total 


855 

120 
120 

"241* 


$847 40 

$4 16 

88 

660 

1 70 


102 


854 65 


240 


$38 84 


To whom issued. 
Executive Department. 




»ecret«ry of State. 








1 
1 


120 


$2 66 


Auditor of State.. « 


2 


1 




$3 40 


2 12 


Attorney-Qeneral « 








Treasurer of State.. 




1 




8 40 


8 




6 87 


■enate r 


1 
4 
2 
2 
5 
i 


25 
860 


8 47 
15 68 

660 

660 
18 15 

4 98 








fiouse of Representatives 








1 
1 
2 
3 


240 
240 


8 18 


■uureme Court 








8 18 


Supreme Court Commission 










4 24 


Supreme Court Clerk 


*"240' 






^••••••••■•« 




7 50 


Adj utant-Qeneral 












Fund Commission 














IjisurHnce Departmf*nt 




















Railroad Commissioner 




240 
210 


1 69 
500 








1 


120 


2 66 


■chooi Commitisioner.. 


1 










State Library 










240 


1 06 


Agricultural Department 


















Supervisor Public PrintlDir 




48 


88 














Aine Inspector 




1 


"*240 


8 40 
1 70 








Labor Bureau 














BoaM of State Charities 




120 
240 
240 


85 
1 H5 
1 65 










Board of Public Works- 




1 


"m 


8 40 
85 


1 

"T 


"iao* 


3 12 


Slerk ''f Senate «.. 




68 


Superintendent Hall H. R. 




2 12 


State Bindery 


















ulerk '*t House of Representatives 




















Qirls' Industrial 






















28 
74 






4 

12 












Total 

In 8took.....» « 


78 
282 


S79 90 
267 50 


860 
812 


$16 15 
88 50 


17 


120 


$87 72 











STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



211 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 



Note paper. 


PoBt-offlce 
paper. 


Manilla paper. 


Blotting 
sheets. 


Bond paper. 


Oil 
paper. 


Medicated 
paper. 


1 


i 

at} 




■a 


i 

% 
00 


1 




i 


1 




1 


1 


^ 

3 


• 

QD 
33 


1 


.6 

M 


i 


126 


860 


1144 91 


31 


8108 50 








24 


81 20 








221 


819 46 




















"jjo'do" 

20 40 


















100 

2 

3,120 


88 50 

1 00 

41 60 






500 


48"|8 


90 






1,440 


72 00 








15 








13 


"m 


8162 72 

560 

106 24 






...... 




























16 
















** '^* 
























600 


'42"li 




960 






























100 

• 


8196 81 


31 


100 

440 

18 


8108 60 

76 
320 
783 


28 


192 

98 

281 

192 

36 

48 

296 

1*88 

96 

281 

297 


8264 46 

81 47 
429 

15 90 

64 

72 

4 44 

27 48 
2 70 
1 36 
8 97 
4 42 


1,464 

62 

57 

132 

24 

102 

876 

206 

48 

60 

54 

183 


878 20 

88 10 
2H6 
660 
120 
6 10 
14 80 
10 25 
240 
300 
2 70 
9 15 


3,222 
V,283 


846 00 
816 58 


33 




1,221 

86 
82 
42 

6 
24 
121 
167 
18 
24 
30 
90 

9 
48 

6 
18 


8104^8 
88 06 


2 


120 
120 

860 

• »•••••« 

MO 

•■■••• • 

240 


82 86 

400 

80 

240 

8 86 

11 86 
360 

4 80 
240 

5 40 


•jf 








8 


62 


68 






8 w 








3 


2 


*"l* 
8 


240 
250 
240 
120 
240 
149 
128 


180 

6 47 

12 60 

00 
1 80 
1 20 

95 


"'i' 










8 OP 


7 


1 

I 

24 

29 


50 

50 

61 

1 02 






10 S 


9 






13$ 


8 








4 






2 W 


2 






2 IS 


4 


255 


340 






7 S 








Td 


3 


8 76 
1 50 








1 
6 
2 

1 

• •••■ 


133 

178 

432 

216 

860 

144 

48 

96 

36 

222 

24 


889 

110 86 

19 06 

8 16 

13 41 

208 

72 

1 86 

64 

8 19 

36 


48 
6 


240 
25 






2 




4 (M 


1 












iC 






86 

'240*' 
210 

• •••*»•• 

'"48* 
24 


27 

"'iij'oo' 

1 80 

••••••••• ••• 

••••••••• *«• 

86 
20 


260 
12 


388 
65 






1 88 


•••»•• 


168 


42' 

• ••••*••<• ••• 

• •••■• •»•• • 

" *66o 

120 
120 


"*8 


12 
24 
49 
24 
6 
12 
20 
24 


60 
1 20 
246 
1 20 
30 
60 
1 00 
120 




• ••• 














3 


% 
























18 
18 
18 


'*'l"gk 


...... 










li 


1 






2 






1 












• ••■•••• 


• 


22 
6 


52 
72 

** 

462 

210 


76 
98 




















86 


180 
















388 


604 








<•■• 










I" 


50 
110 


48 
321 


860 76 
134 66 


14 
16 


111 
269 


861 38 

67 17 


8232 64 
81 82 


1,668 


874 06 


2,306 
9,017 


88198 
14 02 


4 
29 




718 
608 


868^8 
66 16 











212 



AKKUAL REPORT BECRETART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT PROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 





Plain enve- 
lopes. 


Official enve- 
lopes. 


Letter heads. 


Lead pencils, au- 
tomatic pencils, 
and pencil points. 


Prom whom purchased. 


d 


s 


a 



25 


1 


1 


•** 

A 
W 

11 
40 




O 


• 

hi 

i 

a 


t 


In stock November 15, 1882.. 
Barhart PrlntlDg Company 
V{. J* Morgan &Co 


97,700 


9273 29 


53,957 


$238 46 


7 

2 

20 

19 


$50 26 

050 

95 00 

129 00 


41 


14 


$238 01 








..../....... 




siirobridcre'Ldthoffraph Co... 












Qeonre W. Luce.. 












4 
37 


800 


A. H. 8mythe 
















2 


118 40 


Qeorse W. Qleason 


















H. C. McClelland A Co 




















Mllott Jones A Co 
































48 




$295 26 








Totals 


97,700 

1,460 
1,150 
3,000 


$278 29 

$4 08 
822 
840 


53,057 


$288 46 


481 


48 


65 

82 
90 
12 


$350 44 


To whom Issued. 

Executive Department. 

Siecretarv of State 


$9 21 


500 


$2 25 










10 10 


Auditor of State 


19 


804 


$129 00 




4 61 


Attorney-Qen»*ral 










Treasurer of State 


24 

5,500 

U,688 

500 

600 

500 

500 

1,150 

500 

6 


7 

15 40 

82 27 

1 40 

1 68 

1 40 

1 48 

298 

140 

6 














42 

122 

U6 

3 

74. 

24 
3 

84 
1 
2 
2 


3 71 


Senate « — 


4,725 
10,525 


20 77 
47 87 


6 
17 


8 
420 


25 75 
80 80 


6 
16 


06 13 


House of Representatives.. 
Sunreme Court ....«« 


144 64 
4 52 


ttuoreme Court Clerk.. 














3 8T 


AdJutant-Geoerai « 














1 14 


Fund Commission 














1 13 


Insurance Department. 














2 71 


Railroad Commissioner 














88 


School Commissioner 














76 


State Library 














76 


Agricultural Department... 
Supervisor Public Printing 
Mine Inspector 


1,000 


280 


























.......•• 


8 
12 
40 
24 


I 18 
















48 


Board State Charities 


















8 96 


Board Public Works... 


1,250 
100 


350 
28 














8 10 


Tax Commission. ....„ 






2 


40 


650 






Senate Clerk 


































Totals 


28,828 


$80 76 


15,750 


$70 30 


46 


202 


$249 66 


24 


UO 


$900 41 



aXATIONEBT ACCOUNT. 



213 



8TATIONEBY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1 888. 





Carmine 
pencils. 


Steel pens. 


Quill pens. 


Ruling pens. 


Gk>ld pens. 


Rubber 
rulers. 


c 
S 

B 

a 


i 


O 


S 


i 


1^ 
1 




& 

a 




1: 

I 


Is 

B 

9 


•3 

3 




S 


48 


•8 70 


810 


111 


9809 97 


^% 


•• ••••••••• 


72 


•80 88 






88 


•28 00 
















































































4 
2 
1 
1 

1 


•19 50 

10 00 

600 

500 

850 


•••••••••••a 








58 




85 50 




















































































' 










48 


$8 70 


868 

1 
7 
2 


111 

• 


•845 47 

•0 06 
665 
1 90 


1% 




72 


•89 88 


9 


•44 00 


88 


•28 00 








2 


10 17 






2 

1 


•1 10 
55 


8 

1 
1 
1 


•15 00 
600 
425 
500 


1 


i0 81 






















1 

3 

10 

16 


81 






1 
88 
79 


• ••••• •••K* 


95 
81 85 
75 10 






8 

6 

18 


1 65 
830 
7 15 


91 


12 


1 08 

1 08 

1 08 

44 




8 
36 




8 05 


12 










4 88 


12 












5 




















1 


81 










2% 








2 


8 75 








1 
2 
8 
2 
1 




96 
1 90 
285 
1 90 

96 




1 
2 
1 


55 

1 10 

55 


























•••• •••••■ 










































































1 




06 






































































2 




1 90 














1 


81 










8 


1 65 






















1 


500 


























48 


•8 70 


181 




•127 80 






82 


•17 00 


9 


•44 00 


88 


•10 OB 













2^4 



JklfNUAL REPORT SEORETART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 



From whom purchased. 



In stock Janaary 8, 1883. 

A. H. Sroythe 

Q. C. McClelland & 



Co. 



Oentral Ohio Paper Co 

Siebert & LlUey 

T. M. Patterson 

A. A. Graham , 

Krebs* Lithograph Co 

W. J. .Morgan A Co 

S. M. Cott 
.R. Mills A Co 

»Eiaan ACo 

'llstach, Baldwin & Co 

larles Btewart Paper Co. 



Totals 



To whom Issued. 



£xecutlve Department 

Secretary of Htate 

Auditor of State 

Attorney-General 

Treasurer of State ~ 

Senate 

House of Representatives. 

Supreme Court 

Supreme Court Commission 

Supreme Court Clerk 

Adjutant-General 

Fund Commission -. 

Insurance Department 

Railroad Commissioner 

Snhool Commissioner 

State Library 

Agricultural Department 

Supervisor Public Printing 

Mine Inspector 

LAbor Bureau 

Board State Charities ., 

Board Public A^orks 

Clerk House of Representatives 

Clerk of benate 

Supt. Hall House of Representatives. 

State Blndenr 

Transferred to automatic account. 



Totals 
In stock 



Plain 
envelopes. 



B 



68,872 

156,600 

2,51)0 

8,554 

500 

200 



287,126 



8,000 
6,750 
6.500 



8,000 
8.273 

15,354 
2,075 
8,825 
6,400 

21,750 

250 

8,650 



8192 64 

412 00 

29 12 

60 66 

750 

600 



1696 72 



C24 73 
24 93 
14 78 



OfHclal 
envelopes. 



a 

d 



88,207 



2,000 
24,500 
28,000 



6 

7 

44 



11 

a5 

39 

366 

692 

86 66 

78 61 

45 

16 63 



8,500 

760 

19,500 

250 



10,000 



2,000 
150 
500 



128,327 
108,799 



24 40 

I 28 

42 01 

48 



89 76 



4 44 

25 
2 10 



8402 26 
294 46 



87,707 



2,000 
4,955 



2,000 
8,000 
7,000 
4,000 
4,000 



15,000 



600 



2,000 



500 
350 



45,305 
42,402 



1168 07 



10 00 
149 00 
147 00 



8174 07 



813 48 
80 82 



19 01) 
12 90 
30 20 
26 00 
26 00 



96 00 



200 



10 00 



2 15 
1 65 



8268 60 
205 47 



I.etter heads. 



3 



64 
45 
tab 



112 



war*ts 



J3 



440 



20 



ling 



460 



1,960 
8.000 



3,600 
3,720 
8,000 
8,600 



4,000 



500 



1,920 



2,950 



340 
60 



28.260 
27,960 



818 61 



279 85 

255 00 

19 00 



$372 46 



$16 71 
128 00 



85 26 
81 97 
87 60 
87 60 



22 00 

'a'ss 



18 80 



84 83 



260 
60 



1371 71 
200 75 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



2U 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT PROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 



., ^^ 


Lead pencils, au- 

tomatlo pencils, 

and pencil points. 


Carmine 
pencils. 


Steel pens. 


Quill 
pens. 


Ruling 
pens. 


Gold 
pens. 


Rubber 
rulers. 


O 


S 

a 


i 


i 




• 


a 

n 

^ 


^ 

J 


i 

H 

& 


-J 


u 

% 




1 


c 

& 

a 

9 

S5 




& 

S 

9 

Jz; 

60 


I 


28 


118 
00 
38 


$110 03 

38 00 

200 40 






284 

128 


HI 


$218 17 
10168 






40 
24 


$21 78 
920 


$12 f4 


6 


216 


810 50 


18 


$10 20 






80 






































***''T* 




12 


125 






12 




12 00 
















'" n" 

























'" y^ 








**** 
























**"*^* 
































J* 




































































48 


16 00 
























24 


■■«:* 








26 
27 
26 




28 40 
12 16 
14 00 




































••••••••• 




••••••«•• 




















••••l|j"* 






















66 


180 

86 
08 
79 


8874 68 

88 25 
12 49 
18 06 


216 

6 

12 

6 


810 60 

80 88 
63 
38 


462 

6 
14 

14 
1 
2 

26 

46 
7 

10 
1 

18 




$38180 

$120 

1177 

12 76 

85 

1 55 
22 57 
31 78 

7 76 

10 10 

75 

10 08 


18 

1 

1 


$10 20 

$0 65 
55 


64 

1 
6 


$80 08 

$0 65 
2 75 




74 


$18 "^ 


1 


"**27' 








1 






2 
3 


■«| 


2 














1 


66 










102 

100 

10 

6 

12 

120 

110 

48 

108 
16 
60 

132 
14 
6 
98 
22 
24 
24 
12 


495 

60 68 

120 75 

200 

725 

11 62 
500 
220 
660 
880 
495 
1 86 

1S4K 

595 

95 

15 

4 12 

10 21 

1 10 

1 10 

55 


24 
48 
18 
80 

6 
10 

6 


100 

804 

1 14 

138 

25 

02 

88 












2 
3 


1 


11 


12 
25 






6 


2 76 






28 


4 
1 
2 


220 

66 

1 10 






......i.. 












6 
10 


\% 


1 




6 


880 






8 


















8 


166 






• •••• 












1 


6 


88 


10 
2 
1 
2 
6 
6 
1 
1 
1 
6 
2 
6 




846 

1 80 

90 

1 70 

856 

4 80 

85 

66 

85 

348 

1 W 

855 




































: 
























'***"** 






















2 
2 
2 

1 


ig 


2 




















K 








2 


1 10 










S 
















81 


























8 


13 




2 


iio 














1 














••*••»•• 












m 












^' 

























**■* 




















































^_ 




47 


16 66 


























7 


























88 
41 




65 

10 


02 
88 


8330 12 
44 66 


176 
41 


$0 71 
79 


180 
272 


47 


$150 48 
228 82 


18 
5 


$7 16 
805 


21 
43 


$1100 
19 93 




*'tl 











116 



ANNUAL REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE. 



STATION '^ A''CT)TT* T FROM NOVEMBE!^ 15. ^«^'^ JANUARY 8, 1888. 



• 


Beech rulers. 


Erasers- 
Metal and 
rubber. 


Ink- 


-Fluid. 


Ink- 
Carmine. 


From whom parchaaed. 




^ 

S 


d 
S5 


S 


i 
S 

1 


1 


i 


1 


In stock November 15, 1882. 


M7 

84 


125 54 
10 70 


745 


$110 21 


381 


$14190 


279 


$65 78 


A. H, Smythe - 




&llboarne. Jones A Co 














0. R. Mills A Ck> 




































Totals 


231 


835 24 


745 


file 21 


381 


$141 90 


279 


$85 78 


To whom issued. 
Executive Department. 




iMcretary of State 


2 


10 82 


10 


11 60 


3 


$1 12 


5 


$1 25 


Auditor of State 




Attorney -Qeneral» 


1 


16 


6 


96 


1 


38 






Treasurer of State 


6 

6 

42 


1 5$ 


■enate „ 


41 
147 


6*66" 

23 52 


96 
260 


16 36 
41 60 


8 

28 
6 
2 


SOO 

10 37 

225 

76 


1 50 


House of Representatives 


10 60 


■uoreme Court ~...... 




Supreme Court Clerk 






24 
1 


884 
16 


, 




Adjutant-General 










Fund Commission „ 






1 


38 






Insurance Department.. 






12 


1 92 






Railroad Commissioner 














■phonl Cnmrnlfifiloner ~--,,r. 










8 


1 12 






Htate Library 














Law Library 


















■npreme Court Reporter... 


















Agricultural Department.. 










1 


38 






Supervisor of Public Printins. 










1 


25 


Hine Inspector 






1 
13 

4 


16 

206 

66 


1 
2 


88 

75 




Board of Public Works 






1 
1 


26 


Tax Commission 


1 


16 


25 


Senate Clerk.. 


























Totals 


lUSt 


190 72 


427 


$68 88 


66 


$20 89 


62 


$15 60 







BTATIONBRy ACCOUNT. 



217 



BTATIO-NERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Mucilage. 


Mucilage. 


Solffsora 

and 
shears. 


Ink stands. 


Pwper 
folders. 


Penholders. 


i 

s 


1 


a 
0? 


1 




t 


i 

B 




i 

d 


1 


s 

s 

s 


s 


470 
24 


$60 02 
10 00 


88 


$12 24 


286 

3 

24 


$142 65 
844 
7 00 


240 
5 


$57 57 
582 


•••••••• 




2779 


$85 49 








••••••«•• 
















1 


20 00 






























4M 


$70 02 
$80 


33 


$12 24 


268 


$162 99 


255 


$83 39 






2779 


$86 49 


2 














5 

1 


$3 56 
100 


5 


$6 41 






11 

1 
4 


$1 66 


12 


180 


••••••••• 








15 




1 


28 






60 










1 
103 
211 


27 

66 46 

182 88 








72 


10 80 
82 85 






62 
149 


14 26 
54 04 




•*••••••• 


1,806 
15 
28 


42 54 


219 


7 


$5 82 


1 18 








1 86 










2 


200 






















•••••• ••••••••• 






2 
30 


80 














1 


120 


•••••»•■• 


•■••••••• 




8 


45 










1 66 








3 


169 




















1 


1 20 






















8 


















«• •••«• •••••• 








1 


IS 














1. 


120 


























•••>••*•••....• 


























1 


15 

105 

16 

16 












• * 'T 






12 


8i 


7 






1 
1 


. 1 00 
1 18 












1 


1 


76 






••••••«•• 






• •• •••••••• 


1 
















••••••••• ••• 














818 


$47 78 


8 


$6 06 


829 


$200 99 


280 


$78 58 


8 




1,410 


$49 61 









UracAJ. RKPOBT BEOUBTXBY OF eXATB. 



STATIONEBY ACCOUNT FROM JANOARY S, ISSt, TO NOVBUBEB U, IBU. 



BTATIONERT ACCOUNT. 



219 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1883, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 



Maollage. 


Mucilage. 


Scissors and 
shears. 


Ink stands. 


Paper folders. 


r 

Penholders. 


i 




9 
0? 


1 


s 

a 


1 


E 

9 

55 


1 


B 

9 


• 


S 

9 


» 


176 


922 82 


8 


96 16 






25 
2 
9 


94 85 

288 
24 75 






1,860 


985 87 








6 

86 


92 25 
.16 86 




288 


84 00 


48 


16 00 






121 


17 88 










































• 




















56 


88 33 




















148 
408 


988 00 
144 00 








• ••••• ••••••••• 




















• 
















72 


5 00 


























464 
6 


966 82 

91 as 

25 


112 


965 49 


556 

2 

9 

6 

2 

16 

83 

43 

22 

22 

1 

? 

2 


9282 00 

91 88 
558 
266 

1 88 
10 62 
16 88 
42 26 
16 50 
13 20 

88 

2 51 
88 

200 


86 


932 48 


42 

1 
8 


918 60 

90 48 
181 


1,662 

24 

14 
76 
12 
80 
88 
866 
48 
60 


958 26 

totf 


3 


12 
11 


97 45 
6 97 


2 
8 


98 22 
80 


2 


25 
1 70 
1 50 
563 

75 
200 






15 
1 20 


7 


1 
1 
2 
6 
6 


67 

60 

1 20 

4 00 

400 


2 

8 

6 

2 

10 


226 
8 19 

1 38 

288 

26 40 






12 






4 15 


45 






9 85 


8 
14 


12 
12 


604 
542 


22p 
8OT 


2 

3 


53 
87 


3 

1 
5 


1 87 

60 

8 17 


4 


386 


2 


86 


26 
6 
8 
6 

12 














gS 














t 






5 
8 


3 18 
197 


1 

1 


100 
38 


1 


10 






1 


18 






















8 


100 
25 
37 

35 


2 
2 


120 
127 


2 
2 

1 


260 

1 68 

38 


18 


270 






24 

6 

12 


80 


2 






66 


8 


1 


120 






16 




1 
2 
8 
2 

1 


60 
130 
1 87 
1 27 

60 








2 


1 


100 


1 
5 


1 61 
4 13 
















24 
12 
12 


1% 


1 


15 


4 

2 


262 
225 
















1ft 




1 


10 




























116 

848 


916 41 
89 91 


69 
43 


948 55 
11 84 


176 
876 


9127 64 
106 36 


64 


958 88 


80 
12 


918 04 
656 


8K8 
694 


93134 
27 01 









220 



ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRETART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT PROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 





Letter books. 


Commission 
bea4^ 


Brooms— 
carpet. 


From whom purchased. 


• 
i 

B 

9 

S5 


i 

w 




a 

9 

55 


*i 


i 

S 

9 


•1 

1 


In stock November 16, 1882 


28 

•• •••••• 




139 66 
240 










A. H.Smythe „ „ 


12 










American Bank Note ComDany - 


1,0U0 


too 00* 






J. McEvoy 








36 


$10 51 


Uharlen HuRton ^ 








,,,..,.,.,., 






Kllbourne. Jones A Co« 

































Totals 


28 

1 
2 
1 


12 


162 06 

12 25 
460 
225 


1,000 
587 


100 00 
135 22 


86 

1 
12 

1 


110 68 


To whom issued. 
Executive Department 


10 ai 


Secretary of ntate 




8 66 


Auditor of State 


•«%••••«• 






80 


Attorney -General 








Treasurer of State 


1 




225 






1 
8 
6 


80 


Sennte *. 








88 


House of R**Dresentatlve8 ^ „ 


8 




6 76 






2 86 


Supreme Court „ 










Supreme Court Clerk 
















Adlutant-Oeneral 
















Innu ranee Department 












2 
2 


68 


Railroad Commissioner^ 












68 


tfohooi Commissioner 


1 


•••««•••. 


2 '25 








Aiate Library 












A.^r>cnltura1 Department. 












2 

1 


68 


Supervisor Publio Printing ~ 

Mine Inspector „ 


1 


V • 


225 






80 








Board State Charities 
















Board Public Works 


1 




225 










Tax Commission « 








•••••••• 


••••• 












Totals ~ 


11 




124 76 


687 


185 22 


84 


SI0 08 









STATIONEBT ACCOUMT. 



221 





STATIONERY ACX^OUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 18«, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 




Brooms— 
whisks. 


Sponges- 
large. 


Sponges- 
sin alL 


Rubber bands. 


Feather 
dusters. 


Damping 
bowls. 


Brushes. 


• 

u 

s 

a 

9 
2 


i 




^ 


a 

s 

55 




O 


B 

s 

5?; 


• 


a 

s 


1 


a 




S 

a 

9 

S5 


1 


28 


t294 
660 


48 


941 24 


166 


920 96 


210 
2 


5 


982 08 
600 


41 


971 62 


8 


96 00 


20 


94 54 


























































27 


27 00 














































45 


700 






** " 




166 

1 
9 




















88 


10 54 


70 

1 
2 


666 24 

9100 
200 


920 96 

90 18 
1 17 


212 


6 


988 06 


41 


971 62 


8 


96 00 


65 


9U54 


2 


•0 24 


5 
8 

1 




92 10 

1 26 

63 


4 
2 


97 00 
850 


1 


90 75 


1 


90 18 












1 
1 

11 

28 

8 


1 00 

1 Oil 

1100 

28 00 

800 


2 


26 


6 










6 


72 
72 
60 














6 


84 


5 46 
10 92 


""26 
69 


I 


11 OU 
29 26 


3 
17 


6 25 
29 75 






8 
27 


\n 


h 














2 


24 


























5 
4 


500 
400 












5 


8 75 










I 


12 

24 
86 


4 


02 

















2 




















z 






•••••«•«• 










1 


175 












2 


200 


8 


89 












2 


86 


































2" 

2* 

4 




84 

84" 

1 68 
31 


















1 


1 00 


1 


18 


••••••••• 








• — 


•••■••••*•• 






2 


200 
















1 


18 








9 




















146 


















27 


$8 24 


66 


966 00 


918 96 


118 


6 


947 96 


85 


96125 


1 


90 75 


89 


97 03 



222 



ANIOJAL BEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 



• 


Letter books. 


Commission 
heads. 


Brooms— car- 
pet. 


Brooms— 
whUk. 


From whom purchased. 


« 

s 




-I- ■ - - 

i 


B 

a 


a 


S 

B 


a 


S 

B 


1 


In stock January 8, 1888 


17 
19 
12 


137 31 
19 76 
12 00 


413 


124 78 


2 


90 47 


56 


96 ao 


H C. McUleliand & Co 




CharloM HtewHrt Paper Co 














American Bunk Note Co 


3,000 
9,000 


180 00 
270 00 










W. J. Monran & Co 














J. McEiovy , 






48 


12 60 






Oednre Ij'isher 














Churles Huston 


















A. H. Hmytb**,. ,.„,.,„,.» , 


















MuDonala <b 8teube 


















C. P. Pluff & Co 


















Stiimm A Walker 




































Totals. 


48 


160 06 


12,418 

1,879 
800 


$474 78 

fll2 74 
48 00 


60 

12 
1 

12 
1 


112 97 

824 
28 

300 
26 


66 

2 
2 


96 80 


To whom ls«ued 
Rxecntlve Denartment 


90 24 


Secretary of State « 


1 
8 
2 
2 


11 00 
338 
200 
200 


24 


Auditor of Statti 




' Attornev-Qeneral.~...... 






. . .. 
2 
3 
9 

8 
9 

4 


24 


Treuiiurer of State.. 






86 


Senate 






12 
4 
2 
2 
4 


76 

3 12 

1 12 

66 

63 

1 09 


1 06 


House of Reoresentatiyes 










86 


Sunreme Court 


1 


1 00 






1 06 


Suureine Court Commission...... 






48 


Huoreme Court Clerk 












AdJutant-Oeneral 


2 


226 


9,000 


270 00 






Ti^nnd i^mnilssiouer 






Insurance Commissioner.. 


2 

1 


200 
1 00 






4 
2 

1 


1 12 
66 
84 


2 


24 


Railroad Commissioner 








School tkimmissioner 










StRte I^tbrarv 














Law Liibrary. .n.irttt t -• 


















Aericnitunil Denartment 










1 


28 


1 
1 


12 


HuDer visor Public Printing 










12 


M 1 tifi IllADM^tOr.... • • 


1 


I 00 












T^iLhor HurfiRU •..••••.•••••••••«• 






2 

1 
2 


66 
28 
63 






RoRrd State Charities... 


1 
1 


100 
100 










Board Public Works 






8 


86 


dork House Renresentatiyes.... 








CMArk of Benate 


1 


1 00 














Superintendent Hall H'se Rep» 






























Totals .* 


18 
80 


S18 63 
60 43 


11,679 
784 


1430 74 
44 04 


68 


918 10 


41 
15 


94 91 


In Rlock 


1 89 











BTATIONEBT ACCOUNT. 



223 





STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8 


, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 


SpoDgea— 
large. 


Sponges— 
smmll. 


Rubber bands. 


Feather 
dusters. 


Dampening 
bowls. 


Brusheft. 

• 


i 

a 

9 


1 


i 
B 

9 


1 




B 

a 


«2 

1 


i 

B 

a 


1 


% 
S 

9 


1 


a 

9 

izi 




4 


$2 24 

45 00 

••••••••••••••a 


20 

'**806" 
60 


$1 98 

i8**75* 

900 


96 
18 


24 


$81 12 
870 


6 
2 


$10 87 
450 


r 


$5 75 


26 


$4 82 


• •••••••■ 

155 




•••••••• 
























,....^. 


900 




60U 




261 70 




















6 
12 


9 75 
28 10 


















































72 


10 60 


•• V***** 






















150 

8 


$47 24 

$0 90 

1 50 

00 

80 

270 

60 

1 20 

1 80 

1 20 

1 20 


880 


$29 78 


716 

87 

18 

5 

1 

8 

52 

87 

11 

25 

14 

14 


24 

72 

84 
77 


$301 62 

$17 72 

8 48 

8 15 

250 

5 79 

28 78 

26 96 

10 82 

. 9 76 

588 

598 


26 

8 
2 


$47 72 
$4 82 

s'fe" 


7 


$5 76 


110 

8 
2 
5 


$24 82 

$0 45 

1 26 

60 


6 

2 


8 
26 


$1 00 
820 


••••••••• 


• • • • • —id* •••••* 


1 








• 


19 
12 
12 
18 
22 


2 10 
1 80 

1 80 

2 10 
2 70 


****66" 
120 


1 
2 
1 
4 
1 


1 90 
400 
200 
795 
225 






2 
16 
8 
8 
8 
1 


••••••••••••••a 

46 


2 






8 46 


4 






75 


• 






2 fiO 


4 








1 60 


4 


""w" 






L6 




2 
1 
6 
2 
12 
2 
6 


20 
15 
60 
20 
1 50 
20 
60 


2 
1 


825 
1 90 
















*•••••••••••••• 


7 


2 10 
80 


2 
8 
2 

1 


••'72** 


800 
88 
80 
15 




•■•■•••••••••*• 


2 


80 


1 
























2 


60 
80 
00 
80 




6 


10 66 






2 


1 16 


1 








2 


18 

1 
1 
2 
8 
7 


""dC 


4 73 

1 80 
68 

2 10 
255 
860 










2 


20 


1 


1 


15 


1 


1 50 












1. 


20 


1 


80 
90 
60 






....^. 










$ 


2 
2 


80 
80 


1 


1 86 






4 

1 

1 


1 85 


2 






1 00 












10 






1 

••••••••t 


10 
















6 


1 80 








1 


1 90 








••»•••••■••««•• 


•6 


$19 80 
25 20 


164 
226 


$19 00 
10 78 


800 
406 


48 
120 


$140 16 
16186 


26 


$47 72 






61 
6$ 


$15 50 


•8 


7 


$6 76 


888 









224 



BBPOBT OF 8E0RBTARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 





Chamois 
skins. 


8<'ap. 


Matches. 


Tumblers. 


From whom purchased. 


B 

S5 




i 
5 


1 


i 

H 


1 


■ 

u 

i 


t 


In stock November 15, 1882 


64 

1 


184 16 
55 


1748 


•251 10 


867 


•23 88 


15 


•1 00 


A. H. Bmythe 




Oharies Huston — 


6 


60 










J, M. A W. Westwater ^ /.. 










24 


2 CO 


















Total 

To whom Issued. 
Executive neoartinent 


65 


•84 71 


1754 

86 

25 

24 

1 

12 

216 

90 

12 


•25160 

•5 30 

863 

856 

16 

1 74 

81 82 

18 05 

174 


867 

12 
12 
24 


•28 88 

•0 77 

77 

1 64 


89 

2 

8 


•8 00 
90 16 


Hecreturv of otate 


6 


$8 84 


64 


Auditor of 8tate 




Attorney-General « 










Treasurer of State ~ 














Senate 


10 
23 

1 


6 76 

14 72 

1 28 


108 
120 


698 
7 70 


4 

16 
6 


82 


House of R«*Dresentatlve8 


1 28 


Suor^me Court. 


48 


Suoreme Court Clerk 


""12" 
12 


77 
77 




Adj utant-General 

Insurance Denartment 


"i 


1 92 


■ '84" 
12 
24 


11 28 
1 74 
866 


I 


06 


School Commissioner 






12 


77 






State Library 










Agrloultural Department - 

Snuervisur Public Printing.. 






6 
12 


87 
1 74 




















••••••••■•• 


Mine Insoector... 






12 


77 






Board 8iate Charities. 






6 
6 


87 
87 






Board Public ^orks. 














Tax Commission ~ 






12 


77 






Olerk of Senate 


1 


64 
























Totals 


44 


128 52 


568 


•88 22 


886 


•2166 


87 


•2 96 







i 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



226 



' NT FROM NOVEMBER 1&, 1883, TO JANUARY 8, 1883. 



.' \ 


1 ■» ts. 


1 
1 

Pen racks. 


Pnnohes. 


MoGlll 
preues. 


Cork ■orewt. 




a 

3 


1 




1 


a 

o 
55 


1 


1 


• 


1 

a 

d 


1 


]S Sit 


750 


$1 10 


6 
12 


$100 
240 


6 


$0 18 


8 

1 


$6 80 
1 20 


10 


$8 28 






























































JiJ.'.l 


$4170 


760 


$1 10 


18 


$4 89 


6 


$9 18 


9 


$6 60 


19 


$8 28 


2,ft'>l 


$3 28 






8 


$0 60 














































































4,200 
2,600 


662 
4 16 






i" 


12 


20 
180 
240 






8 

1 


$2 16 
72 


2 

10 


$0 84 










1 70 












200 


82 
96 

Si" 

82 


















600 












































400 




















200 














1 


72 




















••••••••• 




















••••»••*••••••• 




••••••••••••••a 


••••••••• 




















••••«•••• 


••••••••••••»«• 


••••••••• 




•««>••••« 






-gjf- 


■•••••••«•«• 






20O 












1 


72 


••••••••• 




• 








• 






























IMSl 


$17 68 


»**••«•••••• 


•••••«•••«••••• 


26 


$6 00 






6 


$4 82 


12 


$2 04 









15 8 8 



226 



AKNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF BTATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 



t 


Chamois 
skins. 


Soap. 


Matches. 


Tumblers. 


From whom purchased. 


S 
B 

9 


1 


i 

M 

5 


1 


s 


t 


V 

B 

9 


1 


In itock January 8. 1888^ 


11 

28 
60 


16 29 
18 40 
34 00 


1186 


8168 86 


31 


SI 82 


2 


80 17 


R. Jonc8 & fik)u- 




George Fiaher 

J. Zottman ~ 


1728 
190 


860 00 
800 










1087" 


64'80' 


"•"12" 
72 




MoDouuld A Steube 






1 00 


Bell Bros 










800 


A. H. ttmythe 
















Uharlcn 8tcw<irt Paper Company 


















KUbourue and Jones 




































Totals 


99 

1 


t48 69 
fOfiO 


8034 

89 

61 

84 

12 

96 

192 

228 

24 

80 

44 

150 

12 

29 

24 

18 

41 

24 

6 


S5S6 88 

17 45 

10 04 

16 30 

250 

15 85 

29 47 

86 10 

600 

565 

7 91 
28 93 

1 88 
4 80 
500 

8 75 
7 27 
500 
1 25 


1068 

72 
62 
72 
24 
72 
72 
252 
36 
24 
36 
84 
12 
72 


166 62 

f4 32 
503 
453 
172 
4 61 
4 09 

14 58 
288 

1 51 

2 16 
560 

86 
4 48 


86 
6 


$4 17 


To whom Issued. 

Bxecutive Department ~ 

Hecretary of Miate > 


90 80 


Auditor of State^ 


2 

1 
1 
2 


100 
60 
50 

100 






Atiomey-Geueral 






Treasurer of btate 






Henate 






Hous t of Hepresentatlves 


5 


25 


Supreme Court 


2 
4 

1 
7 


1 00 

200 

50 

860 




Supreme Court Commission ^..«.. 

Bnoreme Court Clerk 


7 


86 


Adjuiuui^iTi'iitinil « 


4 


20 


Fund Commission ...~ 




Insurance Department ~ 


8 


150 


2 


10 


Railroad Commissioner. 




Hchool Commissioner. 


T 

5 


50 
250 


12 
12 
24 
12 


86 

86 

1 72 

86 


6* 


. 


State Hhf'try .,.,., 


80 


AjTiculturaf DepartmenL. 




Hnoer visor of Public Frlntlns^ 


1 
1 


50 
50 






Mine Inspector „ 

-Board of tstuie Charities 






16 

24 

6 

6 


282 
4 40 
1 25 
1 25 


24 
24 


1 72 
1 51 






Board of Public Works - 


1 


50 






Clerk douse of Representatives 






Q|0rk of Senate 






12 


'86 






Supt. of Hall of House of Represent*! 


1 


60 ' 


















Totals - 

Jf n aiock 


84 
65 


$17 00 
26 69 


1180 
1854 


8202 87 
888 51 


1082 


964 48 


83 
64 


tl67 
250 











STATIONERY ACCOUKT. 



227 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Paper, fasteners. 


Eyelets. 


Pen racks. 


Punches. 


McQill 
presses. 


Cork screws. 


• 

a 




1 


i 

S 

a 

21 




s 

a 

a 


1 


z 

a 

a 




• 
i 

a 


1 


a 


1 


15,400 


824 12 


750 


81 10 





•»••• ••■••••■• 


5 


88 18 


8 


82 18 


7 


8124 


































































































18,500 
10,000 


17 20 
20 60 


8,000 


1 90 


11 


8170 










































24 


1 50 
























88,900 


861 tf2 


8.760 


800 


11 


8170 


5 


88 18 


3 


82 18 


81 


82 74 


2,500 
400 


83 75 
69 


8,000 


$i 90 
























































100 


15 

405 

7 41 

45 

30 


















1 
1 


17 


2,700 
800 














8 
1 


2 16 
72 


17 




















2 


80 










200 










1 


72 


1 


17 








1 


15 






« 


""fiOO 


75 






























« 
















































* 










































2 


80 


































200 


80 
































































1 


17 
















































200 


80 


































• 


























5 








12,200 
28,700 


818 86 
43 66 


8,000 
750 


81 90 
1 10 


5 
6 


80 75 
06 




i 


83 60 


4 

27 


80 68 


5 


9 18 


88 











228 



AKirUAL BEPOBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 





Clips. 


Paper weights. 


Twine. 


Paste cups. 


From whom parchased. 




1 


B 




9 


1 




a 




t 


in stock November 15. 1882. 


89 


$18 28 


255 
17 


854 60 
954 


201 


$12 51 






A. H, Smythe 






J. M. A W. Westwa'tef 










,6 


$2 00 


J. R. Mills & Co „ 
















Moor & Meeks 


















Wllstach, Baldwin A Co 


















Siebert <& Lllley - 




































Total 


89 


$18 28 


272 


$64 14 


201 

2 
16 
10 


$12 51 

$0 12 

99 

1 12 


6 

1 


$2 00 


To whom Issued. 
Executive Department. 




Secretary of fftate 






4 


96 


84 


Auditor of State» 


2 


68 




Attorney-General ^.. 








Treasurer of State.. 










2 
IS 
28 


12 

81 

174 


6 

1 




Senate 


17 


6 78 


^ 


10 20 
41 18 


2 00 


House of Representatives 


84 


Supreme Court „ 








Supreme Court Clerk » 


















Adjlutant-General 










2 


12 






Fund Commission 












Insurance Department 










2 


12 






Railroad Commissioner 














School Commissioner.. 


















State Library 


















Supreme Coiirt Reporter 


















Agricultural Department 


• 








12 


75 


*•••«•••• 




Supervisor Public Frintins 












Mine Inspector,,, ,„,,..„,,„^-Tr.,...,rr... 


• 








" 








I^abot* H"r«a.n.,, ,„.,-„, „,,„„„,,,„.. 


















Board of State Charities. 


















Board of Public Works« 






2 


48 


1 


06 
















Total 


19 


16 46 


225 


$62 77 


88 


$5 95 


8 


$2 08 







STATIONERY ACCOUKT. 



229 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Bill nies. 


• Red tape. 


White tape. 


Seals. 

• 


Spittooos. 


Diaries. 


S 


s 


00 


• 

1 


i 

m 
M 

1 




S 




1 


a 

a 


i 


i 

Q 






106 


S32 10 


85 


$1127 


28 


$14 76 


10,600 
10,000 


$57 71 
18 00 






121 


$116 06 






































96 


67 60 


























12 


$10 60 






















Sal 
1 


694 90 




















1 76 






















106 


neio 


86 


$11 27 


124 


$72 36 


20.600 


$77 71 


12 

1 


$10,60 
$0 88 


478 

6 
19 
11 

2 

11 

66 

181 

8 

2 


$812 78 
$10 60 


1 


10 81 










800 


$1 14 


32 26 




4 


SI 28 










19 26 


• 
















3 60 






















19 26 






6 
8 
6 
6 


1 92 
266 
1 92 
1 92 


'30 
8 


$19 25 
655 











98 00 


2 


0(1 










816 76 












14 00 
















3 60 


««•••»••« 






































2 
12 
2 

^ 
8 
1 

4 
9 
2 

1 
4 
7 


860 














10,000 


88 00 






21 00 


















3 60 


*"***~* 




















6 26 






















6 26 






















1 75 










■ "** 












7 00 






















16 76 






1 














8 60 




















1 76 






""**" 




•••••• •••••• 












7 00 






1 


32 














12 25 


• ••••»«•« 


















1 


10 01 


81 


10 87 


88 


$24 80 


10,800 


$88 14 


1 


88 


446 


$805 60 



230 



AmnTAL BEPOBT BECBETARY OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1883, TO NOVEMBER 15, 188S. 




Clips. 


Paper weights. 


Twine. 


From whom-pa«ohased. 


S 

a 

55 


1 


B 

a 

55 




1 


S 


In Btoek Janaaiy 8, 1883 '. 


20 


18 82 


47 

206 

11 


$11 37 

44 36 

500 


213 


$16 86 


H. C. McClelland & Co „ „ 




A. H. Smythe «. 










Central Ohio Fkper Co „ 






366 


83 90 


BelllBros „ „ 














20 












Totals 


16 82 


284 


100 73 


479 

2 
56 
17 

2 
13 
14 
151 
20 
18 

9 
25 

1 
10 

6 
40 
14 
12 
42 

2 

1 


$19 76 


To whom issued. 
Bzeoative Departments 


10 16 


Secretary of State 


1 
2 
1 


10 34 
68 
M 


1 
1 


•0 25 
25 


646 


Auditor of State 


1 77 


Attorney-Oeneral 


12 


Treasurer of State 






1 65 


Senate 






8 

1 

8 

10 


75 

25 

260 

4 50 


166 


House of Representatives 






18 66 


Snpreme Court 






296 


Supreme Court Commission 






206 


Supreme Court Clerk 






88 


Adjutant-Oeneral ,. 










268 


Fund Commission 










6 


Insurance Department , 


3 


1 02 






76 


Railroad Commissioner « „^ » 






60 


School Commissioner ^ ^ 










884 


State Library 










L92 


Law Library^ 










1 60 


Agricultural Department „ 






2 

1 


50 

23 


5 10 


Supervisor Pubftc Printing..^ 

Mine Inspector „ 






12 
6 


lAbnr Bureau x. 












Board State Charities^ 






8' 

2 


75 
60 


2 
5 

1 
3 


12 


Board Public Works „ 






55 


Clerk House of Representatives^ 






10 


Clerk of Senate ^ 










40 




7 
18 










Totals „ 

In stock „ 


r2 :W 
4 44 


32 
232 


$10 60 
50 13 


406 
18 


^^Sl 
196 



BTATIOKERY ACCOUNT. 



281 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1^ TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 



Bill IlIeB. 


Red tape. 


White tape. 


Seals. 


SpittOODS. 


Dlari 


i 

B 




1 , 


CO 


1 


1 


S 


a 

a 


• 1 


% 


I 


B 

d 


i 




108 


«31 19 


4 

86" 


$140 

ii'so* 


86 


956 66 

•••••• ••••••••• 


10,200 


9S8 57 


11 


99 62 


49 


979 78 






•«•■•*••• 






••••••••••••••• 






...._.. 


*" 18 do 



























108 

14 


S31 19 
94 20 


40 

4 
2 


912 90 

SI 38 
67 


86 


965 56 


0,200 


988 57 


86 


927 62 


49 

1 
7 


979 78 
91 75 








1,825 


96 04 


• •« • 


• ••• ••• • •• 


12 26 
























100 


88 




• ••••••• • 










I 


88 














10 
70 


96 60 
45 80 










14 
2 


24 50 


8 


'2*46" 


2 


67 










8 60 














"*** 2 


60 
60 


6 
9 
1 


200 

8 IS 

38 










8 


r 00 






2 






1,000 
200 


880 
76 




































4 


1 20 














2 


1 76 


































































































6 


200 














































•••«•• •••••• 












1 


1 75 










































8 
8 


2 62 
1 76 










2 


75 




•••••• ••••••••9 






1 
2 


1 75 












860 












































28 




ao 

78 


•9 00 
22 19 


83 

7 


911 26 
1 64 


80 


95180 
876 


2,625 
7,675 


99 96 

28 69 

• 


16 
21 


918 12 
14 50 


94900 









232 



ANIOTAL REPORT 8ECRBTART OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 18, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1883. 





Knife erasers. 


Blank books. 


Hones. 


Buckets. 


From whom parohased. 


B 

a 


«J 


a 




i 


B 

s 




a 




In stock November 15. 1882 


278 
240 


8167 41 
189 80 


1542 

996 

96 

1 


1866 17 

687 54 

66 05 

1 75 


1 


•0 60 


25 


•6 62 


H. C. McClelland A Co- 




A. H. Smythe 










Siebert A LlUey 














Rennblio Prlntins Go»^ — 
































Totals 


513 

4 

20 
3 


1807 21 

t2 40 

12 00 

1 80 


2685 

7 

88 

19. 

8 

18 

206 

1027 

21 

14 

82 

4 

18 

5 

8 

3 

14 

1 

8 

43 

a 

1 

4 
88 


$1,568 41 

85 15 

40 49 

26 69 

656 

21 50 
221 63 
458 52 

10 25 
620 

88 22 
400 

28 33 
850 
225 
525 

10 00 
1 75 

10 00 

22 75 
860 
1 75 
295 

22 86 


1 


10 60 


25 
2 


•6 68 


To whom isaned. 
Exeoative Deuartment. 


•0 68 


Secretary of State 

Auditor of State « 

Attorney-General 










t 


•••••»«• 


••• ••••••••• 


Treaimrer of State,., .,,^—, , tt—,- 


2 
100 
192 

6 


1 20 

60 00 

116 40 

860 










Senftte. 






8 
5 


78 


House of Reoresentatlvee. 






1 80 


Hunrenie Court _ 








Snnreme (/ourt Clflrk„.„^.,,„,, ,t».,r" 










Adjutant-General - 

Fund Comraiflfllon 


6 

1 

17 
1 
1 

1 


860 
60 
10 20 
00 
60 
60 






1 


86 








InsuranC'e T>epftrtiTient„ ,.. 










Railroad CommiMioner 










School Commiasioner. 




























Supreme Court Reporter ..^ ^ 

Agricultural Denartment- 


























Supervisor Public Printing 

Mine Insi>ector. ,...«. „,„...,„.-..,.-.. 


4 


240 


















lAbor Riireau 














Board of State Charities 


.....'V... 












Board of Public Works 


2 
2 


1 20 
1 20 










Tax Commission 










Senate Cl4*rk ...........r...... rrr- r^^r,-,- 


1 


1 75 
























Totals 


862 


8218 40 


1525 


81,180 88 






11 


•2 80 


■ 









8TATIOKERY ACCOUlTr. 



233 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Armrests. 


Sealing wax. 


Scrap books. 


Offlos pins. 


Thermom- 
eters. 


File boxes. 


S 

B 

a 


1 


M 
o 


1 


i: 
S 


1 


1 


1 


i 

a 



S?5 


1 





1 


8 


14 70 


11 


1176 


146 


8165 16 


186 


$10 16 


6 


$9 61 


6 


$8 96 


18 


18 72 






10 


26 60 


86 


2 61* 


6 


225 




































210 


61 26 
























16 


828 42 


11 


$176 


164 


$19170 


172 


$12 77 


11 


$1176 


216 


$66 20 


2 


82M 






1 


$117 


2 


$0 16 


1 


$107 


9 


$0 62 










































1 

48 

116 


1 17 

60 81 

184 44 






2 


2 14 














70 
111 


11 20 
17 76 












6 


642 


120 


86 00 






6 


10 96 




* 








12 


96 


























































































































"• "ii" 


860 
















** ' '***' 




































































••••••••• 
























12 


96 






















































































4 


469 












I Si 




















































. 
















S 


82 94 


6 


10 96 164 


$19170 


207 


$16 66 


9 


$9 61 


140 


$42 08 



234 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8ECRBTABT OF STATE. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 





Knife 


) erasers. 


Blank books. 


Hones. 


Buckets. 


From whom porohased. 




I 


% 

e 


I 


• 

c 

% 

6 




\ 


% 

a 

B 


1 


In stock Janaaiy 8, 1888. 


161 
27 


$88 81 
19 40 


1,110 


$422 62 


••••••••• 




14 


$8 66 


H. C. McClelland A Co» 




A. H. Smythe 


70 

8 

72 


40 68 

466 

86 00 










Slebertd^ LlUey 














T. M. Patterson 














Abbott. Btoner A Horn 






18 


$2 26 






McDonald A 8teube ^ 










12 


775 


















Totals „ 

To whom issued. 
Ezeoatlve Department. 


178 

2 
8 
8 
1 
1 
62 
44 
6 


$106 21 

$1 40 

620 

490 

60 

60 

80 80 

28 40 

4 71 


1,200 

1 

22 

9 

1 

8 

76 

219 

62 

84 

7 

8 

8 

16 

8 

4 


$508 70 

$2 00 

16 41 

868 

26 

868 

8168 

2181 

28 86 

16 47 

896 

220 

24 

607 

8 16 

224 


18 


$2 26 


26 


$1141 


Secretary of State 


8 
8 

1 


$0 88 
88 
12 


4 

2 

1 
1 


$1 66 


Auditor of State.. 


66 


Attorney-Oen*«ral 


66 


Treasurer of State „ 


26 


Senate 








House of Representatives » 

Sunreme Court. 


••••••••• 


•••••• ••••••• 


• •••••••*i 


•••••••«•••• 


Rupreme OouHlV^nrfn^isvlon 


6 


76 


2 
2 

1 


68 


Sunreme Court Clerk 


8 

4 


1 90 
240 


$6 


Adjutant-General 






.2$ 


Fund Commission 








Insurance Department^.. 


18 


820 


1 


Mt" 


1 

1 
1 


2$ 


Railroad Commissioner 


80 


S<ihool Commissioner 


4 
1 


280 
60 


66 


State Library 








Law Library 


2 

1 

28 

16 

8 

8 


70 
90 
940 
290 
270 
2 16 










Supreme Court Reporter 














Agricultural Department.. 


4 

6 
1 


260 

840 

80 






2 

1 
1 


$1 


Superylsor Public Printing. 


••••••••• 


• • • •« ••• ••••■•• 


80 


Mine Inspector 


80 


Labor Bureau 


«•••••••• 






Board of State Charities 


7 


60 
890 




1 


80 


Board of Public Works 


81 


16 82 








Clerk House of Representatives 










Clerk of Senate 


2 


100 


1 
600 


26 
187 » 










Transferred to pad account. 






*" 


















Totals. 


168 
10 


$102 21 
600 


1,002 
268 


$862 86 
14181 


14 
4 


$1 76 
60 


21 
6 


$7 77 


In stock 


864 







8TATI0KEBT AOOOUNT. 



286 



8TATIONEBY ACXX^UNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 



ArmrMts. 


Sealing wax. 


Scrap books. 


Office pins. 


Thermom- 
etera. 


File boxes. 


a 




• 

m 
M 
o 


1 


i 


1 




1 




1. 


c 
JS 

B 

a 


1 


14 


930 48 


5 
20 


80 80 
500 






1 

860 


$0 10 
26 57 


2 


$2 18 


76 


$28 18 




86 
12 


$45 00 
16 80 
























































587 


164 28 








































































14 


120 48 


25 


$6 80 


48 


$6180 


861 

6 

5 

24 


$26 67 

$0-48 

40 

192 


2 


$2 18 


668 


$187 46 

r 




••••••••••••»*t 






1 


$140 






89 


$11 96 


































4 


$100 


1 

9 

12 


140 
12 60 
16 80 


6 
26 
85 
80 
86 


48 
200 
680 
240 
288 


















1 


81 




















6* 

7 


iw* 

1 64 












1 


»125 
























5 


40 






5 


1 50 


























••••••••# %••/• 






86 
2 

12 
2 


288 
16 
06 
16 






50 


18 56 




























4 


560 














































































1 


140 


86 


288 






















2 

72 

60 

6 

80 


02 










2 
2 

1 
1 


280 
280 
1 40 
140 










21 60 


















18 48 










"*'4 

10 

6 


82 
80 
48 






1 80 












•••*«••••»••••• 


88 




















2 


880 




















































*"'***"*""* 






17 
8 


$4 14 
106 


86 
18 


$60 40 
1140 


880 
81 


$26 40 
27 


1 

1 


$lg 


265 
898 


$79 20 


14 


820 48 


106 26 



886 



AVJSVAL BEPORT 8ECRBTABT OF STATE. 



WTATIONSRY ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1682, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Fvoui whoa porelMted. 



lu AlQOk Nov«mber 15, 1882 
A. U. HmyUi* «. 



'i\>lal«.. 



To whom luued. 



IO)(«ouUY«D«|Murtmeiit 

fil«H^r»l*ry of Htat« « 

A uUlUwr of auu « 

ii$urM«y-Ueneml 
r#«Miur«r of 8Ut« » 

HoutKi of ReprttMntaUTM .'.'. 

Muumroe (V>urt 

AiUuUnt General » 

IiiHurAnoe Department ^ 
UUroad IXimmlMloner 

H««h<HU i\>mmiMloner ^ 

HUU» Library 

AurUmUural Department 

|iup4irvUorof Public Printing „. 

UUw Innpeotor 

iltM^rd of Htate Charities 

Ilikard of Publlo Worha 

Tali iH)mmlMlon^ 



Desk blotters. 



8 

a 



8 



8 



2 
1 



Totals.. 



$5 76 



15 76 



12 81 



280 
1 15 



Waste paper 
baskets. 






1 

24 



26 



$5 76 



$0 50 
12 00 



$12 50 



$0 50 



50 



$100 



Dost pans. 



8 





10 



10 



••••••••• 



I 



$1 57 



157 



• • • #«»«* 



62 



$0 62 



Oard board. 



i 



12 



12 



>•••••••■ 



12 



12 



$0 60 



$0 60 



••••«••••••* 



$0 60 



$0 60 



6TATIOinEBT AOOOUNT. 



237 



MTATIONE&Y ACCOUNT FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 



Stationery cues. 


Pen pnllers. 


Reporters' pads. 


Pencil, 
protectors. 


Tie enyeloi>e8. 


Soap dishes. 


a 






O 


1 


c 
i 
B 




1 


i 

B 




1 


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B 




1 


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1 






1 


96 00 


2,102 


9169 58 


82 
144 


90 68 
272 


160 


916 20 






14 


92100 
























14 


92100 


1 


96 00 


2,192 

12 
67 
48 
82 


9169 68 

90 96 
460 
884 
266 


176 


98 40 


160 


916 20 

• 












4 


r 60 






24 


90 46 












































4 


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86 


98 84 












GOO 

702 

86 

12 

12 


41 60 

66 60 

288 

96 

96 










1 


160 
160 






166 
12 


290 
28 










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78 


776 






1 


160 




















12 


28 
















<•••••••••«•••• 


18 
20 
12 
6 
6 
16 
28 
12 


168 

160 

96 

72 

72 

128 

248 

96 




















































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918 00 






1,649 


9125 82 


204 


98 92 


109 


9U59 















238 



ANNUAL KEPOBT BEORfcBTART OF 0TATB. 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FRO^ JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1888. 





Desk 
blottera. 


Waste paper 
basket. 


Dost pans. 


Card-board. 


From whom parohased. 


a 




a 




1 


1 

a 


i 


i 




In stock January 8, 188S. ^ ^.. 

A. H. Hinythe 


13 


8U0O 


28 


818 50 


« 


10 88 


•••••••*• 


■•••••••••«•••• 


J. R. Hughes dc Co^ ~ ». 


18 
12 


14 67 
76 










H. C McClelland A Co „ 






193 

1225 

50 

2S00 


•6 60 


Central Ohio Paper Company 






••••••••• 




63 07 


Myers Bros x 














2 80 


Hann A Adair.^ 














72 00 


Hlebert A LlUey « 
















Bell Bros. « 




































Totals. « 

To whom Issued. 
Executive Department.. 


12 


SUOO 


48 


187 98 


6 


•0 88 


8907 


8183 17 


Secretary of ^tate ».... 


4 


>I68 


1 


•0 60 






1 


•0 05 


Auditor of State 


1 


•0 15 




Treasurer of State 






6 


675 


••••••*«• 




Senate 








House o( Uenresentatives 


















SuDreme Court 














66 

29 

9 

22 


2 87 


Supreme Court Commission 






10 
8 


890 
888 


2 


80 


1 28 


Sunrenie Court Clerk ~ 






88 


Adjutant-Generals 


1 


1 17 






98 


Fund Commission.. « 












Insurance Department. 


1 


1 17 


8 


888 










Railroad Coiumisstoner. 


1 


15 


192 


6 00 


School Commissioner.. 






.. 






State Library 
















• 


Supreme Court Reporter 


















Asrlcultural Department. 














1100 
3 


47 12 


Supervisor of Public Printing.. 














17 


Mine Inspector 
















Labor Bureau 


****•*•* 




2 


J bo" 










Board of Stute Charities 














Board of Public Works 


















Clerk of House of Representatives.. 

Clerk of Senate 

Girls* Industrial Home 




«••••••••••••• 


•••■••••• 




••«•••••• 




""82* 


1 88 




6 
6 














Totals. 


r 08 

698 


25 
28 


128 91 
14 02 


4 

2 


•0 60 
28 


1468 
2516 


•00 76 


In stock 


72 41 







STATIONERY AOCOT7VT. 



239 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 



StailoneiT 
cases. 


Pen pullers. 


Reporter's 
pads. 


Pencil protect- 
ors. 


Tie envelopes. 


Soap dishes. 


1 

a 

9 


i 


O 


S 


a 






i 

85 


1 


a 


1 


a 




«l 


8 


88 00 


1 


86 00 


1148 
8024 


•66 41 
207 66 






41 


•4 61 








48 


•1100 






























































































































1470 


184 86 






150 


1125 


















12 


•2 40 
























8 


88 90 


1 


16 00 


5687 

48 
208 
108 

42 

884 

1025 

144 

120 

94 

162 

18 

54 

86 

4 

90 
26 
18 
6 
80 

126 
12 
21 


•468 81 

•8 84 

17 94 
920 
864 

86 08 

102 74 

16 18 

18 81 
988 
8 75 

1 32 
14 79 

160 
496 
897 

40 
792 
178 
180 

72 

2 40 
888 

90 
268 


48 


•1100 


191 
160 


•15 86 
11 25 


12 


•2 40 




iioo* 




••••••»•■•••••• 


24 

*24" 

24 
48 
86 
48 


•0 46 

46 

46 
92 
69 
92 






. .J. 


• •ni*«« •••••* 




••••••••■ 










24 


245 




















••••••••••••••• 




••••#• ••*•••••• 
















1 


10 20 


















••«•••••••••••• 






86 


69 


16 


120 




















12 
12 
48 


28 
28 
92 














2 


07 










































































1 


20 






1 


04 
























































12 
12 


28 
28 




























100 














1 






28 


280 




















' 
























2 
1 


82 00 
100 


8 
141 


•0 12 
488 


2849 
2088 


•282 10 
176 21 


888 

240 


•6 48 
4 67 


218 


•17 70 


2 
10 


•0 40 
200 




1 







Y OF STATE. 



tfi^M >10VSMB£R 15, 1882, TO JANUARY 8, 1888. 





>tec«>k 


Poonce. 


Letter presseB 
and blotters. 


Letter 
boxea. 


sponge 
caps. 




i 1 


i 








2 


1 


B 


1 




1 •• 


s 


10 52 






12 00 


49 


$8 00 




6 


82 40 
















3 


SI 06 


5 


•0 62 


6 


12 40 


2 


eoo 


40 

1 

1 
6 
12 
1 
1 

• 


$3 00 
$0 07 


















7 


« 


■•• ••••# 


3 


10 31 










42 












84 


** 


4^ .« ««%»«•»•* 
1 










•••••••••«•• 


1 


ii'w" 


7 

7 




10 85 
















•*•• 
















1 


10 35 


8 


10 31 






1 


$100 


22 


$1 64 











STATIONERY ACCOUNT. 



241 



STATIONERY ACCOUNT FROM JANUARY 8, 1888, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1888. 





Match 
safes. 


Pounce. 


Letter press 
blotters. 


Letter 
boxes. 


Sponge 
cups. 


From whom purchased. 


s 

a 

a 

2 
2 
6 


i 


a 

55 


1 


s 

a 




i 


Xi 

a 

1 

6 


*i 


a 

a 


^ 


In itock January 8, 1888 


90 70 

70 

1 50 


2 


90 20 


72 
72 


$2 40 
2 40 


91 00 
10 80 


27 


91 46 


A. H. Smythe 




Abbott, Stoner A Horn 




















7 








Totals. 


10 


S2 90 


2 

1 


90 20 
90 10 


144 

12 
12 


94 80 

90 40 
40 


911 80 


27 

1 
8 


91 46 


To whom issued. 
Secretary of State 


90 08 


Auditor of State 






1 
8 


91 80 
5 40 


24 


Attorney-General 












Treasurer of State 


1 


^25 










4 
8 


32 


Senate 














24 


House of Representatives 






1 


10 












Supreme Court 














2 
10 

1 


16 


Supreme Court Commission 


2 


70 










1 


1 00 


83 


Supreme Court Clerk 










08 


Insurance Department.. 










60 


200 


• •• « 






School Commissioner 












1 
2 


08 


State Library 


















16 


Airricultural Department 


2 


70 
















Board of Public works ^ 














1 


08 








2 








5 
2 






Totals , 


5 
5 


$1 65 
125 


90 20 


84 
60 


92 80 
200 


98 20 
260 


28 


92 27 


In stock 















1688 



240 



S- 



_ -rATIONERY ISSUED. 



F- 



In 
A 




34 97 
17 



4 97 

•• -I 


97 47 
48 84 
21 ?t> 




77 


5 42 


• ••••■ ••■ «••••. 



1 28 

87 

4« 

36 

29 09 



37 08 , 
« 80 1 



.4*.t'. ^v». 



1,6«4 19 

\m m 

2,813 38 
247 UO 



14 27 
34 77 



4 13 



a5 HO 
101 49 

14 09 
117 85 

22 S4 
m 40 
21 4^'> 

11 So 
4 70 

24 40 
r)2 27 

12 05 
3 50 

18 86 
74 «» 

15 4<j 
7 54 



V c^ 



20,2«.3 a3 

648 56 

10,.S(i8 60 

589 94 

4 97 

24 70 

80 40 

47 40 

10 98 

14 71 

16 81 

6 82 

12 42 

12 22 



Cost. 

1269 92 

321 13 

312 51 

26 70 

137 70 

460 72 

773 45 

239 47 

283 94 

140 69 

195 17 

13 29 

233 14 

167 09 

94 64 

61 03 

^ 10 

1 68 

189 24 

44 28 

61 5;^ 

76 97 

38 27 

128 19 



10 47 



2 86 



14 28 
6 40 



14,526 32 S:^,514 65 



f4,713 07 : 14,685 07 



Com. 


$411 64 


672 58 


• 1,398 22 


52 70 


227 07 


1,583 72 


8,192 08 


326 59 


295 T3 


177 74 


716 78 


27 55 


453 43 


2:^ 27 


152 39 


73 25 


19 87 


7 66 


251 65 


IM 81 


73 94 


121 43 


62 18 


2:?7 56 


15 46 


49 00 


10 47 


21,927 22 


790 11 


12,621 98 


mi (n 


19 23 


31 10 


86 40 


47 40 


10 98 


14 71 


16 81 


5 82 


12 42 


12 22 



$47,389 11 



. . »,xvivxl vluHng the year 838,040 97 

> uMju^Ht during the year 9,848 14 



STATISTICAL REPORT 



OF TBB 



SECRETARY OF STATE, 



TO THE 



General Assembly of Ohio, 



FOR THE YEAR 1883. 



Office of the Secretaby of State, 

Columbus, Ohio, December 1, 1883. 
To the Qeneral Assembly of Ohio : 

I have the honor to submit herewith my first annual report, being for the year 
ending November 15, 1883, according to Section 139 Revised Statutes, requiring the 
Secretary of State to prepare, annually, ** from the official reports, and from what- 
ever 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 j his 
labors to the General Assembly at its next meeting.'^ 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

Jas. W. Newman, 
Secretary of State. 



ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



246 



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ANNUAL REPORT 8BK::RETARY OF STATE. 



QUADRENNUL ENUMER^ION OF MALE INHABITANTS OVER TWENTY- 
ONE YEARS OF AGE, IN OHIO, AS TAKEN BY ASSESSORS IN APRIL. 
1883, UNDER PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1627, REVISED STATUTES OF 
OHIO, AND RETURNED TO THE AUDITOR OF STATE: ALSO. THE 
UNITED STATES CENSUS ENUMERATION, 1880, SAME CLASS OF IN- 
HABITANTS. 



Counties. 




Adams » 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabala.. 

Athens 

Aaglaize .... 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clarke 

Clermont.... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .., 
Crawford.... 
Cuyahoga.... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware.... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin .... 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga. 

Greene 

Guernsey..... 
Hamilton..... 
Hancock ..... 

Hardin 

Harrison .... 

Henry 

Highland.... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson ..... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning ... 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 



5,598 
7,729 
6,232 
9,772 
6,401 
6,156 

11,696 
6,700 

10,604 
3,^7 
6,884 

12,224 
8,241 
5,689 

12,802 
6,053 
7,153 

51,137 

10,165 
5,500 
6,660 
8,337 
7,977 
4,479 

25,750 
5,030 
5,941 
4,152 
6,359 
6,076 

64,610 
6,710 
6,925 
4,720 
5,267 
6,950 
5,027 
4,916 
8,350 
5,499 
9,101 
7,257 
4,870, 
7,750 

11,908 
6,841 
9,532 

18,697 
4,597 

12,541 
5,248 
5,748 
6,623 
6,172 



Colored. 



76 

135 

8 

56 
231 

12 
395 
450 
185 

21 
390 
1,152 
414 
325 
158 

22 

33 
494 
101 

24 
113 
122 

51 

294 

1,338 

10 

562 

2 

1,035 

115 

1,688 

23 

189 

129 

9 

364 

41 



47 
147 
380 

77 

60 
352 

98 
187 
251 
330 
252 
165 

52 

31 
386 

65 



ToUl, 1883. 


Total, 1880. 


5,674 


5,686 


7,864 


7,791 


6,240 


6,216 


9,828 


10,727 


6,632 


7,068 


6,168 


6,039 


11,991 


12,072 


7,150 


7,994 


10,789 


11,213 


3,988 


4,201 


7,274 


7,389 


13,376 


11,628 


8,665 


9,600 


6,014 


6,411 


12,960 


12,463 


6,075 


6,594 


7,186 


7,956 


51,631 


52,292 


10,266 


10,014 


5,524 


5,807 


6,773 


7,247 


8,459 


8,612 


8.028 


8,442 


4,773 


5,255 


27,088 


24,157 


5,040 


5,610 


6,503 


6,592 


4,154 


4,360 


7,394 


8,167 


6,191 


6,349 


66,298 


81,972 


6,733 


6,956 


7,114 


6,959 


4,849 


5,181 


5,276 


6,169 


7,314 


7,566 


5,068 


4,943 


4,916 


5,066 


8,397 


8,646 


5,646 


5,501 


9,481 


8,216 


7,334 


7,356 


4,930 


4,727 


8,102 


8,751 


12,006 


10,937 


7,028 


6,890 


9,783 


9,802 


19,027 


17,836 


4,829 


5,418 


12,706 


11,484 


5,300 


5,449 


5,779 


6,041 


7,009 


7,661 


6,237 


5,284 



ELECTION BTATIBnCS. 



249 



Quadrennial Enumeration op Male Inhabitants, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



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 .. 

Wayne.. , 

Williams....... 

Wood 

Wjrandot.. 

Total.. . 



White. 



9,486 
6,953 
23,974 
4,637 
6,161 
11,940 
4,586 
4,991 
3,706 
7,613 
6,624 
3,743 
7,470 
5,911 
6,010 
9,211 
8,817 
7,475 
7,069 
9,368 
5,605 
16,110 
12,173 
10,436 
9,362 
5,605 
6,951 
3,737 
6,897 
9,258 
10,469 
6,028 
9,033 
5,538 



Colored. 



786,050 



209 

16 

370 

34 

38 

88 

11 

14 

166 

311 

299 

255 

41 

90 



26 

634 

36 

204 

43 

123 

73 

92 

40 

28 

102 

75 

22 

255 

249 

38 

6 

21 

28 



17,583 



Total, 1883. 



9,695 
6,969 
24,344 
4,671 
6,199 
12,028 
4,597 
6,006 
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 
10,507 
6,034 
9,054 
6,566 



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9,474 

6,043 

23,611 

6,002 

6,182 

12,346 

4,778 

6,128 

3,240 

7,296 

6,916 

4,188 

7,976 

6,417 

6,658 

9,666 

9,933 

8,125 

7,942 

9,649 

6,938 

16,126 

11,969 

12,072 

9,921 

5,799 

5,656 

4,024 

7,866 

10,184 

10,209 

6,161 

8,890 

6,766 



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ELECTION STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



VOTE ON GOVERNOR FROM 1803 TO 1850, INCLUSIVE. 



Year. 



1803. 
1805. 
1807. 



1808. 



1810. 



1812. 



1814. 



1816. 



1818. 



1820. 



1822. 



1824. 



1826. 



1828. 



Names. 



Edward Tifin... 



Edward Tiffin. 



Return J. Meigs.., 
Nathaniel Maaeie , 



Samuel Huntington... 
Thomas Worthington 
Thomas Kirker 



Return J. Meigs 

Thomas Worthington 



Return J. Meigs 
Thomas Scott 



Thomas Worthington 
Othniel Looker 



Thomas Worthington 

James Dunlap 

Ethan A. Brown 



Ethan A. Brown, 
James Dunlap.... 



Ethan A. Brown 

Jeremiah 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 



6,050 
4,757 



7,293 
5,601 
3,397 



9,924 
7,731 



11,859 
7,903 



15,879 
6,171 



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 
4,783 

10,807 

16,291 
17,655 
19,762 
22,050 

30,833 
38,269 



48,850 

60,006 
76,634 



84,733 



106,033 



SLBCTION STATISTICS. 



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Year. 



1830. 



1832. 



18S4. 



1836. 



1838. 



1840. 



1842. 



1844. 



1846. 



1848. 



1850. 



Names. 



Duncan McArthur 

Robert Lucas 

Scattering 

Robert Lucas 

Darius Lyman 

Scattering 

Robert Lucas 

James Findlay 

Scattering , 

Joseph Vance , 

Eli Baldwin 

Scattering 

Wilson Shannon.... 

Joseph Vance 

Scattering 

Thomas Corwin ... 
Wilson Shannon.... 
Scattering 

Wilson Shannon.... 
Thomas Corwin ... 

Leicester Kina: 

Scattering..... 

Mordecai Hartley .. 

David Tod 

Leicester King 

Scattering 

William Bebb 

David Tod 

Samuel Lewis , 

Scattering 

Seabury Ford 

John B. Weller 

Scattering 

Reuben Wood« 

William Johnson .. 

Edward Smith , 

Scattering , 



Vote. 



49,668 

49,186 

226 



71,251 

63,185 

33 



70,738 

67,414 

38 



92,204 

86,158 

200 



107,884 

102,146 

7 



145,442 

129,312 

8 



119,774 

117,902 

5,134 

40 



146,333 

145,062 

8,898 

11 



118,869 

116,484 

10,797 

46 



148,250 

147,886 

939 



133,093 

121,106 

13,747 

93 



Total vote. 



99,080 



134,469 



138,190 



178,562 



210,037 



274,762 



242,850 



300,304 



246,196 



297,075 



268,038 



254 



ANNUAL KEPOBT 8ECRETART OF STATE. 



VOTE CAST AT STATE AND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS IN OHIO, FROM 

1862 TO 1883, INCLUSIVE. 



Year. 



1852, 



1853. 



1854. 



1855. 



1850. 



1857. 



1858. 



1859 



1860. 



1861 



1862. 



1863. 



1864. 



1864. 



1865. 



1866. 



Officers to be 
elected. 



President 



Governor. 



Supreme Judge. 



Names of candidates. 



Winfield Scott 

Franklin Pierce...., 
John P. Hale 



Nelson Barrere 
William Medill 
Samuel Lewis .. 



Joseph R. Swan 
S. F.Norris 



Governor. 



S. P. Chase 

William Medill 
Allen Trimble .. 



President 



John C. Fremont 
Jam€^ Buchanan 
M. Fillmore 



Governor i S. P. Chase. 

H. B. Payne. 



Supreme Judge. 



Governor. 



President 



Governor. 



Secretary of State 



Governor. 



Secretary of State .. 



President 



Governor. 



Secretary of State .. 



P. Van frump. 



William V. Peck 

Thomas W. Bartley. 



W. Dennison, Jr. 
R. P. Ranney , 



Abraham Lincoln 

Stephen A. Douglas.... 

John Bell 

John C. Breckenridge. 
Gerritt Smith 



David Tod.... 
H. J. Jewett. 



Wilson S. Kennon 
W. W. Armstrong 



John Brough 

C. L. Vallandigham. 



William Henry Smith. 
W. W. Armstrong 



Abraham Lincoln...... 

George B. McClellan. 



J. D. Cox 

George W. Morgan. 



William Henry Smith.... 
Benjamin Lefever...^^.... 



Votes each 
received. 



152,523 

168,933 

31,732 



85,857 

147,663 

50,346 



186,498 
109,075 



146,770 

131,019 

24,276 



187.497 

170,874 

28,126 



160,568 

169,065 

10,272 



182,942 
162,610 



184,557 
171,226 



221,809 

187,421 

12,193 

11, .303 

136 



206,997 
151,794 



178,755 
184,315 



288,374 
187,492 



237,210 
182,439 



265,654 
205,599 



233,633 
193,797 



256,302 
213,606 



Total vote 
cast 



353,18a 

283,86e 
295,573 

302,065^ 

386,497 

329,905 
345,552 
355,783 



432,862 

358,791 

363,070- 

475,866^ 

419,649 

471,263 

427,430 

469,908. 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



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Vote Cast at State and Prei»io£ntial Elections — Continued. 



Year. 



1867. 



1868. 



1868. 



Officers to be 
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Governor. 



Secretary of State 



President 



1869. 



1870. 



Governor. 



Secretary of State .. 



1871 



Governor. 



1872. 



Secretary of State .. 



1872. 



President 



1873 Governor. 



1874 Secretary of State .. 



1875 Governor. 



1876 Secretary of State 



1876 President 



Names of candidates. 



R. B. Hayes 

A. G. Thurman 

I. R. Sherwood 

Thomas Hubbard 

U. S. Grant 

H. Seymour 

R. B. Hayes 

G. H. Pendleton 

Samuel Scott 

I. R. Sherwood 

William Htisley 

Jay Udell 

Edward F. Noyes 

Georjre W. McCook.., 
Gi.leoii T. Stewart .... 

A. T. Wikoff 

Aquila Wiley 

F. Schumacher 

U. S. Grant 

Horace Greeley 

James Black 

Charles O'Conner 

Scattering 

William Allen 

Edward F. Noyes 

Gideon T. Stewart .... 
Isaac C. Colling. .4... 

William Bell, Jr 

Allen T. Wikoff 

John R. Buchtel 

jTv. D. xiayes ......... a^. 

William Allen 

Jay Odell 

Scattering 

Milton Barnes 

William Bell, Jr 

£. S. Chapman 

R. B. Hayes 

Samuel J. Tilden ...... 

G. CUy Smith 

Peter Cooper „. 

James B. Walker , 

Scattering, etc 



Votes each 
received. 



243,605 
240,622 



267,065 
249,682 



280,16/ 
238,621 



236,081 

227,580 

679 



221, 7U9 

205,014 

2,862 



238,273 

218,105 

4,084 



265,830 

251,780 

2,045 



281,852 

244,321 

2,000 

1,163 

162 



214,654 

213,837 

10,278 

10,109 



238,406 

221,204 

7,815 



297,817 

292,273 

2,5^3 

17 



317,856 

311,220 

1,863 



330,698 

323,182 

1,636 

3,057 

76 

1,122 



Total vote 
cast. 



484,227 
516,747 
518,788 

463,340 

429,585 

460,462 

519,655 



529,498 



448,878 



467,425 



592,700 



630,939 



65 



298 



ANNUAL REPORT 8EC1IETARY OF STATE. 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR GfOVERNOR, AT THE ELECTION HELD 

OCTOBER 9. 1883, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula . .. 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana . 
Coshocton . .. 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga .... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefierson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ..... 

Licking 

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2,614 
3,064 
2,402 
6,376 
3,656 
1,516 
5,532 
2,904 
3,411 
2,235 
3,796 
6,517 
4,024 
3,557 
5,951 
2,673 
2,478 

19,365 
3,915 
1,876 
3,403 
2,629 
2.972 
2,839 
9,527 
2,590 
3,089 
2,570 
4,376 
3,077 

2?),090 
3,098 
3,537 
2,536 
1,678 
3,655 
1,857 
1,196 
4,100 
3,126 
4,218 
3,310 
2,543 
3,935 
4,107 
3,621 



2,910 
4,251 
3,125 
2,417 
2,391 
3,638 
5,426 
4,012 
6,304 
1,621 
2,920 
5,050 
4,366 
2,126 
4,389 
3,409 
4,457 

19,726 
5,112 
3,082 
3,113 
4,093 
4,713 
2,015 

11,024 
1,850 
2,172 
819 
2,484 
2,410 

31,621 
3,524 
3,478 
2,026 
2,889 
3,469 
2,436 
3,236 
3,222 
2,423 
2,995 
3,542 
1,114 
3,191 
6,798 
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26 
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95 
25 
37 

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149 

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50 
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83 
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74 
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6 

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Abstract op Vote Cast for Governor, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lorain 

LUCM8 

Itfadiotiu 

Mahoning.... 

Marion , 

Medina 

Mei|<8 

Mercer , 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ., 

Noble., 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry.,. 

Pickaway ..... 
Pike 



Portage........ 

Preble , 

Putnam ...... 

Richland.... 

Roet* 

Sandusky ... 

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Seneca 

Shelby 

8tark 

8ummit 

Trumbull ... 
Tuscarawas.. 

Union, 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton... 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne. « 

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Wood 

Wyandot 



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6,048 

2,524 

5,016 

2,182 

2,964 

3,494 

1,477 

4,808 

1,307 

9,182 

2,263 

2,393 

5,449 

2,192 

1,282 

1,820 

3,116 

2,616 

1,699 

3,381 

2,926 

1,905 

3,678 

4,405 

2,719 

3,561 

3,677 

2,182 

7,437 

5,463 

5,472 

3,819 

3,294 

2,928 

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4,165 

4,300 

2,731 

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2,241 

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7,832 
2,325 
4,457 
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4,042 
3,364 
11,470 
2,038 
2,175 
5,574 
2,093 
2,729 
1,840 
3,221 
3,630 
2,204 
3,002 
2,734 

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4,728 
3,770 
3,134 
4,910 
3,398 
8,154 
4,647 
3,164 
5,026 
2,241 
2,900 
1,951 
2,509 
4,472 
4,826 
2,825 
3,619 
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105 

77 

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ANNUAL REPOBT 8ECRBTART OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AT THE ELEC- 
TION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 




Adams 

Allen 

AHhland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Aui;laize 

B linunt .... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawfortl * 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

F.urfit'ld « 

Fayette 

Frai klin., 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hincock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henrv 

Highland 

Hoi-icing 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson- 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 



2,619 
3,057 
2,397 
6,410 
3,671 
1,513 
5,557 
2,879 
3,406 
2,244 
3,805 
6,523 
4,013 
3,561 
5,982 
2,675 
2,465 

20,896 
3.962 
1,875 
3,433 
2,690 
2,959 
2,825 
9,549 
2,587 
3,086 
2,583 
4,396 
3,085 

30,028 
3,085 
3,549 
2,544 
1,684 
3,627 
1,852 
1,196 
4,110 
3,120 
4,243 
3,293 
2,546 
3,934 
4,101 
3,654 



2,919 
4,267 
3,131 
2,383 
2,376 
3,649 
5,417 
4,062 
6,329 
1,622 
2,912 
5,041 
4,385 
2,128 
4,341 
3,409 
4,474 

18,138 
5,102 
3,087 
2,990 
4,028 
4,758 
2,011 

11,143 
1,848 
2,176 
818 
2,468 
2,403 

30,570 
3,551 
3,473 
2,027 
2,888 
3,513 
2,441 
3,249 
3,207 
2,445 
2,980 
3,551 
1,107 
3,198 
5,783 
2,387 



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131 




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62 




79 


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211 


15 




23 


38 




83 






48 


493 




33 






48 


7 




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2 


43 


17 




13 


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278 


2 




100 


43 




22 






39 


16 




244 


78 




160 


29 




106 


1 




45 


9 




150 






230 


101 




70 






42 






97 


2 




81 


3 




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75 


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148 




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72 


21 




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Connties. 



Lorain , 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning...., 

Marion , 

Medina 

Meigs , 

Mercer.. 

Miami 

Monroe , 

Montgomery 

Morgan , 

Morrow 

Muskingum. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding , 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky. ..., 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull ... 
Tuscarawas^ 

Union 

Van Wert... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams..... 

Wood , 

Wyandot , 

Totals 



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2. 
5, 
2, 
2. 
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4, 

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1, 

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2, 
1, 
3, 
2, 
1, 
3, 
4, 
2. 
3, 
3, 

5, 
5, 
3, 
3, 
2, 

1, 
3, 

4, 
4, 
2, 
4. 
2, 



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078 
521 
096 
166 
9H7 
500 
462 
^23 
308 
187 
26H 
383 
455 
194 
284 
H17 
096 
610 
t)89 
392 
919 
904 
667 
409 
714 
591 
699 
179 
224 
567 
482 
841 
2*)7 
931 
boo 
876 
161 
314 
728 
073 
237 



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3,057 
7,552 
2,333 
4,383 
3,029 
2,239 
2,462 
3,440 
4,013 
3,376 
11,473 
2,040 
2,179 
5,580 
2,091 

2,729 
1,847 
3,251 
3,660 
2,221 
2,901 
2,735 
3,750 
4,852 
4,742 
3,766 
3,10W 
4,893 
3,405 
8,345 
4,607 
3,131 
5,012 
2,243 
2,909 
1,955 
2,515 
4,479 
4,827 
2,821 
3,6 2 
3,064 



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270 


8 




210 


55 




91 


2 




64 


178 




129 






149 


7 




213 


2 




3 


3 




52 

• 


30 




126 


53 




152 


5 




179 


18 




66 


26 


' 


95 


68 
8 






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1 


118 




30 






32 


13 




176 






196 






21 


6 




180 






13 


1 




116 


27 




14 


63 




114 


54 




79 


167 




363 


92 




406 


87 




40 


19 




190 


1 
2 








25 






71 


71 




69 


9 




28 


136 




150 


90 




20 













2,934 



to 

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5 



276 



ANNUAL REPORT 8E0RETARY OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, UNEX- 
PIRED TERM, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE 
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Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize '. 

Belmont 

Brown t 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coa>iocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 



2,619 
3,047 
2,401 
6,381 
3,605 
1,495 
5,545 
2,872 
3,395 
2,249 
3,789 
6,514 
4,012 
3,547 
5,971 
2,676 
2,461 

19,443 
3,911 
1,792 
3,409 
2,656 
2,9-15 
2,8;59 
9,481 
2,573 
3,089 
2,578 
4,396 
3,090 

29,044 
3,079 
3,539 
2,545 
1,679 
3,(523 
1,852 
1,201 
4,104 
3,119 
4,238 
3,291 
2,539 
3,932 
4,104 



B 

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2,919 
4,268 
3,131 
2,394 
2,378 
3,655 
5,456 
4,062 
6,3:^0 
1,618 
2,931 
5,043 
4,384 
2,126 
4,340 
3,411 
4,477 

19,665 
5,114 
3,166 
3,117 
4,065 
4,755 
2,030 

11,01V> 
1,860 
2,176 
821 
2,469 
2,404 

31,659 
3,552 
3,475 
1,911 
2,885 
3,522 
2.441 
3,246 
3,216 
2,445 
2,986 
3,550 
1,116 
3,200 
5,806 



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2 

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10 


30 




88 






283 


13" 




136 


131 




283 


13 




13 






41 






38 


64 




79 


1 




210 


35 




9*> 


37 




83 






50 


492 




29 


I 


34 


6 




298 


16 


•> 


43 


15 




9 


9 




270 


2 




91 






22 






38 


16 




241 


76 


• • • • • 1 


159 


25 


4 


105 


1 




44 


9 




149 






227 


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48 






43 






95 


2 




15 






72 








89 




19 




302 


10 




71 


21 




34 






189 


12 




6 


100 




29 






54 


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ELECTION STATISTICS. 



277 



Abstract op Votes Cast for Judge of Supreme Court, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Logan 

Lorain 

LacHS 

Mariison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe < 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Maskingum 

Nohle 

Ottawa 

Panldine , 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

^^ndusky 

8cioto 

Stjneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tusc^irawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington.. 

Wayne 

Williams 

Woo<i 

Wyandot 

ToUla 



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3 

4 

6 
2 

5 

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4 
1 

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2 

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3 

2 

1 

3 
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1 

3 
4 

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3 
2 

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5 

5 

3 

3 
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1 
3 
4 
4 



4 
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34: 



668 
937 
369 
523 
033 
162 
980 
502 
462 
812 
307 
144 
267 
389 
445 
195 
1'84 
807 
104 
608 
688 
4.S3 
8^6 
898 
6b6 
390 
711 
592 
668 
174 
464 
520 
482 
805 
294 
928 
656 
873 
144 
291 
667 
078 
2.34 



262 



S 

s 

o 






2,394 
3,102 
7,642 
2,333 
4,448 
3,031 
2,255 
2,463 
3,439 
4,030 
3,. 381 
11,522 
2,039 
2,175 
5,586 
2,092 
2,730 
1,856 
3,218 
3,661 
2,220 
3,0.5 
2,732 
3,758 
4,855 
4,758 
3,764 
3,111 
4,921 
3,414 
8,131 
4,mH 
3,131 
5,047 
2,242 
2,910 
1,953 
2,514 
4,481 
4,8.55 
2,873 
3,603 
3,068 



360,178 



S 
o 



> 
Q 



182 

270 

209 

90 

73 

132 

150 

208 

3 

51 



121 

151 

179 

55 

95 



1 

1 

28 

32 

145 



o 



21 



13 
116 

14 
116 



71 
331 
409 

40 
190 



25 
70 
67 
24 
152 
18 



7,954 



d 

I 

s 

B 



4 

8 

53 

2 

170 



2 

3 

29 



54 

o 

18 

27 

65 

8 

117 



13 
37 



27 
53 
38 



92 

87 

19 

1 



69 
9 

84 
89 



60 

9 



2,552 



278 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



AST FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, SHORT 
^ELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE OF 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ajshland 

Ashtabula. .. 

Athens 

Auglaize...... 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler , 

Carroll 

Champaign . 

Clarke 

Clermont..., 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .., 
Crawford..;.. 
Cuyahoga..., 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton « 

Gallia... 

Geauga.. 

Greene 

Guernsey.... 
Hamilton .., 
Hancock...... 

Hardin , 

Harrison...., 

Henry 

Highland ... 
Hocking ..... 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 
Licking 



a 
S 

P 



i 



2,618 

3,064 

2,401 

6,415 

3,669 

1,606 

6,543 

2,876 

3,400 

2,247, 

3,790 

6,518 

4,012 

3,657 

5,983 

2,678 

2,462 

19,449 
3,911 
1,870 
3,413 
2,638 
2,951 
2,839 
9,447 
2,585 
3,089 
2,580 
4,399 
3,090 

29,055 
3,079 
3,546 
2,541 
1,682 
3,623 
1,849 
1,202 
4,102 
3,118 
4,236 
3,289 
2,542 
3,932 
4,103 



S 



'o 

a 



2,921 
4,268 
3,131 
2,395 
2,378 
3,658 
5,457 
4,062 
6,334 
1,617 
2,932 
5,045 
4,385 
2,130 
4,342 
3,410 
4,477 

19,706 
5,113 
3,090 
3,114 
4,070 
4,770 
2,012 

11,144 
1,848 
2,179 
821 
2,467 
2,404 

31,752 
3,562 
3,471 
2,030 
2,889 
3,523 
2,439 
3,246 
3,202 
2,445 
2,980 
3,550 
1,115 
3,201 
5,812 



2 



o 



29 

10 

89 

2a3 

137 

8 

15 

18 

42 

32 

78 

211 

22 

83 

50 

31 

48 

298 

43 

10 

270 

91 

22 

39 

244 

161 

104 

44 

149 

227 

49 

42 

94 

80 

15 

72 



19 

308 

61 

39 

189 

6 

29 

52 






I 

Q 



9 



30 



13 
131 



42 



63 

I 

15 

40 



491 



7 

15 

17 

8 

2 

44 



16 

79 

27 

1 

9 



101 



2 
3 



149 



11 
21 



11 
99 



49 



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ELECTIO^ BTATIBTIC8. 



279 



Abstract of Votes Cast fob Juooe op Supreme Court, etc.— Continued. 



Counties. 



Logan 

L< train... 

Locas 

Madison... 

Mahoning 

MhHou 

Medina 

M«*ig8 

Mercer... a. 

Miami... 

Monroe 

Montgomery .., 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Mnnkingum .... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike... 

Portage 

Preble , 

Putnam 

Richland 

R<i88.. 

Hantlnsky 

Scioto 

Seneca.. 

Sh.Iby.. 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

W^ashington .... 

Wayne 

Williams 

Wooil 

Wyandot. 



P4 

a 
S 

a 






Totels 



3,663 
4,940 
6,111 
2,522 
5,034 
2,165 
2,976 
3,502 
1,462 
4.821 
1,307 
9,145 
2,266 
2,391 
5,463 
2,194 
1,284 
1,817 
3,098 
2,611 
1,669 
3,365 
2,915 
1,1K)2 
3,669 
4,389 
2,718 
3,592 
3,669 
2,173 
7,459 
5,553 
5,480 
3,820 
3,297 
2,931 
1,655 
3,251 
4,125 
4,293 
2,726 
4,071 
2,233 

346,615 



a 

P 



'o 



d 
1 



2,393 
3,101 
7,746 
2,333 

. 4,450 
3,030 
2,255 
2,463 
3,438 
4,035 
3,382 

11,520 
2,039 
2,175 
5,585 
2,092 
2,731 
1,847 
3,248 
3,661 
2,221 
3,111 
2,7.34 
3,755 
4,8.^6 
4,762 
3,768 
3,108 
4,922 
3,44»7 
8,137 
4,647 
3,131 
5,048 
2,242 
2,910 
1,955 
2,517 
4,492 
4,856 
2,819 
3,610 
3,068 

360,486 



Z 

a 

o 

o 

fl 



183 

270 

193 

90 

63 

132 

150 

214 

3 

51 



122 

151 

178 

55 

95 



1 
28 
32 

180 

201 
21 

177 
13 

116 
14 

114 



75 
345 
403 

40 
190 



24 
71 
67 
28 
152 
18 

8,203 



M 

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3 







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a 


g 


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4 

8 

66 

2 

181 



7 

2 

3 

29 



54 
5 
17 
30 
66 
8 



116 



13 
36 



1 
26 
53 
55 



178 

102 

87 

19 

1 

2 



69 

9 

134 

91 



2,976 



P 



......... 



5 



616 



615 



280 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, LONG 
TERM, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE OF 
OHIO. 






Comities. 



Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula .. 

Athens , 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton... 
Crawl ord ... 
Cuyahoga... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware ... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin .... 

'ulton 

Pallia 

feauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 

lamilton ... 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison..... 

Henry 

Highland ... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 
Jefferson.... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 




2,619 
3,047 
2,401 
6,381 
3,ti6(i 
1,495 
5,545 
2,872 
3,395 
2,249 
3,789 
6,514 
4,012 
3,547 
5,977 
2,678 
2,4^)0 

19,445 
3,911 
»,792 
3,409 
2,656 
2,m5 
2,839 
9,481 
2,573 
3,089 
2,578 
4,396 
3,0iK) 

29,044 
3,079 
3,539 
2,543 
1,682 
3,624 
l,a52 
1,201 
4,104 
3,119 
4,238 
3,291 
2,539 
3,932 




2,919 
4,268 
3,131 
2,394 
2,377 
3,655 
5,45#> 
4,062 
6,330 
1,618 
2,931 
6,<M3 
4,384 
2,126 
4,341 
3,410 

4,478 
19,561 
5,114 
3,166 
3,117 
4,065 
4,755 
2,030 
11,096 
1,860 
2,176 
821 
2,469 
2,404 
31,659 
3,552 
3,475 
2,0.30 
2,882 
3,522 
2,441 
3,246 
3,216 
2,445 
2,986 
3,550 
1,116 
3,200 



u 

a: 

c 



c 

S 

E 

OS 



s 



98 






29 




1 


10 


30 


88 




283 


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283 


13 ' 

1 


13 




41 




38 


• 64 


79 




210 


15 


22 


37 


83 




20 




30 




299 


1 2 


43 


15 


9 


■7 1 • • t • • 


270 


2 ! 


91 




22 




38 


16* !!!!!! 


241 


'6 , 


159 


25 


4 


105 


1 




44 






149 






227 


101 1 


48 


1 


43 




95 


( 


80 


1 


15 


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72 


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89 1!.!.!! 


19 


1 
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302 


10 ' 


71 


21 1 


34 


1 


189 


12 


6 


100 




29 







ELECTION 8TATISTI08. 



281 



Abstract of Votes Cast for Judge of the Supreme Court, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning.... 

Marion 

Me<)ina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum. 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pirkaway .... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

San<lusky .... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

TnimbuU.... 
Tuscarawas . 

Union 

Van Wert.... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wsype 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot .... 

Totals. 



o 



o 



4, 
3, 
4, 
6, 
2, 
5. 

2, 

o 

*-♦ 

3, 

1, 

4, 

1, 

», 

2, 

2, 

5. 

2, 

1, 
1 

3, 
2, 
1. 
3, 
2. 
1. 
3, 
4, 
2, 
3, 
3, 
2, 
7, 
5. 

5, 
3, 

3, 
o 

1, 

3, 
4, 
4, 
2, 
4, 
2, 



104 
668 
9.37 
369 
523 
033 
162 
980 
502 
462 
812 
307 
144 
267 
389 
445 
195 
284 
696 
102 
608 
688 
483 
947 
898 
670 
396 
711 
592 
668 
174 
464 
321 
482 
805 
294 
928 
656 
867 
150 
291 
667 
078 
234 



347,091 



a 

O 



5,806 
2,394 
3,102 
7,642 
2,333 
4,448 
3,031 
2,255 
2,463 
3,439 
4.030 
3,381 
11,522 
2,039 
2,175 
5,586 
2,092 
2,730 
1,743 
3,250 
3,661 
2,220 
2,904 
2,734 
3,758 
4,854 
4,756 
3,764 
3,111 
4,921 
3,414 
8,131 
4,483 
3,131 
5,047 
2,242 
2,910 
1,953 
2,454 
4,480 
4,885 
2,873 
3,603 
3,668 



360,295 



o 

a 

Q 
O 



Q 



54 
182 
270 
209 

90 

73 

1.32 

150 

208 

3 

51 



121 

151 

179 

55 

95 



1 
28 
32 

152 

225 
21 

178 
13 

116 
14 

116 



74 
39 

409 
40 

190 



25 
71 
67 
24 
152 
18 



7,957 



9 



c 






B 



49 
4 
8 

53 

2 

170 



7 

2 

3 

29 



54 

5 
18 
27 
65 



117 



13 

38 



1 
27 
53 

38 



171 
10 
87 



1 
2 



67 

9 

84 

89 



60 
3 



1,916 



6 



282 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8ECBETABY OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT, AT 
THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9. 1883. IN THE STATE OF OHIO. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alien 

Ashland , 

Ashtabula 

Athi^ns 

Auglaize.. 

Be mont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carn»ll 

Champ ugn.. 

Clarke 

Clermont , 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

Coshocton 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga. 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hocking „ 

HoImeH ^. 

Huron... 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 






2 

o 



2,619 
8,055 
2,403 
6,493 
3,672 
1,511 
5,543 
2,876 
3,397 
2,248 
3,797 
6,515 
4,021 
3,562 
5,991 
2,675 
2,461 

19,463 
3,911 
1,869 
3,413 
2,652 
2,952 
2,835 
9,506 
2,590 
3,089 
2,583 
4,398 
3,091 

29,284 
3,082 
3.542 
2,547 
1,684 
3,631 

• 1,852 
1,202 
4,102 
3,120 
4,250 
3,286 
2,542 
3,928 
4,099 
3,655 



a 



2,920 
4,266 
3,132 
2,315 
2,374 
3,655 
6,452 
4,064 
6,332 
1,619 
2,922 
5,048 
4,383 
2,126 
4,339 
3,410 
4,479 

19,633 
5,116 
3,083 
3,115 
4,066 
4,764 
2,018 

11,048 
1,846 
2,173 
820 
2,472 
2,398 

31,619 
3,551 
8,477 
2,026 
2,882 
3,518 
2,437 
3,248 
3,212 
2,445 
2,975 
3,548 
1,114 
3,201 
5,815 
2,394 



PL, 

S 

s 

w 

c 

M 

O 



29 

10 

88 

292 

160 

8 

20 

19 

41 

37 

80 

211 

22 

83 

49 

32 

49 

298 

43 

13 

274 

102 

22 

39 

243 

150 

105 

44 

149 

229 

48 

42 

97 

64 

15 

72 

2 

19 

308 

71 

37 

190 

6 

29 

53 

200 






o 

& 

B 



30 



13 
131 



40 



63 
1 

15 
38 



492 



6 

15 

17 

8 

2 

44 



16 

79 

29 

1 

9 



101 



2 



149 



11 
21 



11 
100 



3 



48 
4 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



283 

Abstract of Votbs Cast for Clerk of thb Suprbmk Court, etc. — Continued. 



Coon ties. 



Lorain » 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning .„ , 

Marion 

Metlina 

Mei^ 

Merrer 

Miami... 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Mon;«n 

Morrow 

MiiBkingnm a 

Noble... 

Ottawa 

PauMing 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Port4ige 

Prel»le 

Putnam , 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca „ 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tu8<rarawa8 

Union 

Van Weit 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne« 

Williamfl. 

W«>od 

Wyandot , 

Totals 



^ 



4) 

s 



4,940 
6,131 
2,520 
6,035 
2,164 
2,985 
3.503 
1,463 
4,619 
1,307 
9,144 
2,266 
2,387 
5,464 
2,196 
1,284 
1,877 
3,104 
2,611 
1,688 
3,386 
2,908 
1,901 
3,671 
4,399 
2,714 
3,602 
3,670 
2,175 
7,466 
5,522 
5,481 
3,«31 
3,297 
2,927 
1.657 
3,878 
4,154 
4,301 
2,730 
4,075 
2,235 



347,005 



P 

Q 

s 

O 

o 



3,099 
7,755 
2,334 
4,447 
3,032 
2,250 
2,461 
3,442 
4,213 
3,379 
11,526 
2,039 
2,176 
5,581 
2,091 
2,771 
1,847 
3,247 
3,662 
2,222 
3,075 
2,733 
3,753 
4,853 
4,754 
3,770 
3,102 
4,924 
3,408 
8,132 
4,657 
3,130 
5,032 
2,243 
2,913 
1,955 
2,514 
4,48«i 
4,a52 
2,820 
3,610 
3,069 



360,179 



2 

o 

a 
% 

a 
o 



270 

215 

89 

63 

131 

150 

213 

3 

51 



124 

144 

179 

59 

95 



1 
28 
32 

159 

202 
21 

178 
13 

116 
14 

114 



72 
364 
407 
*40 
190 



25 
70 
68 
26 
151 
18 



8,289 



M 

a 
% 



8 

67 

2 

181 



7 

2 

3 

26 



54 
5 
18 
30 
64 
8 



115 



13 
40 



1 
27 
53 
55 



178 

102 

87 

19 

1 

1 



69 

9 

136 

91 



2,974 



284 



A^nrUAL. BEPORT 8ECRETABT OF 8TATK 



ARSTEACT OF VOTES CA^T FOR ATTORN KY-GEXERAL AT THE ELECTION 
HELD <XnX)BER 9, 1883, IN THK bCATE UF OHIO. 






s 

4. 



Connties. 



AfHuiB 

All^-n 

Aflliland 

Anlitabula... 

AthfiiH 

Aiivlai^e 

B«*lriioiit 

Brown 

Bufl^-r 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

CI»*rmont 

Clinton 

O'iumbiana 
CoH\u)cUm ... 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Deliance 

Delaware 

Erie 



Fairfield .. 
FayKte ... 
Franklin . 
Fulton „.., 

Gallia 

G**auga ... 

Greene.... 

Guernfley 

Hauiiiton 

Hancock... 

Hard n.... 

Harrison ., 

H^nry 

Highland.. 
H<Krking .. 
Holmes.... 

Huron 

Jacknon .., 
Jerterson ., 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence 
Licking .., 
Logan , 






K 



2,^il9 
3,a">9 

3,«72 
1.514 
5,540 
2,h74 

2,249 

sjm 

(J,519 
4,016 

:5.r><i2 

5.«m5 
2,«74 
2,400 

19,322 
3,1K)8 
1,870 
3,413 
2,044 
2,953 
2,841 
9,402 
2,583 
3,0<H) 
2,582 
4,402 
3,070 

2^), 355 
3,081 
3,544> 
2,544 
1,084 
3.031 
1,852 
1,202 
4,110 
3, 1 20 
4,240 
3,283 
2,539 
3,933 
4,101 
3,056 



OS 

E 

•-5 



2 

4 

3 
2 

2 

3 

fl 

4 



1 
2 

5 

4 
*> 

4 

3 

4 

19 

5 

3 

3 

4 

4 
2 

11 

1 
*> 

2 

3I 

3 

3 

2 
*; 

3 

3 

3 
2 

2 

3 
1 
3 
5 
2 



<r21 
2m 
139 
39<) 
375 

fi5:; 

451 
W>3 
3:J5 

OiS 
910 
044 
3S4 
128 
342 
412 
478 
814 
116 
084 
114 
071 
7t>4 
013 
112 
845 
170 
820 
471 
413 
529 
553 
472 
030 
8,S8 
519 
437 
245 

44- 
977 
555 
115 
201 
i^lO 
392 



2 

c 



c 



2*» 

10 

s7 

2*4 

100 

8 

20 
19 
41 
:19 
7S» 
211 

8,3 
48 
33 
49 

2^n* 
43 

13 
275 
102 

:w 

243 

154 

91 

44 

145 

225 

49 

42 

97 

80 

15 

72 
'> 

18 

:^i 

70 
38 

191 



29 

53 

199 



s 



o 



494 





16 

17 

8 

2 

44 



10 

79 

2\} 

1 

9 



101 






140 



11 
21 



II 
101 



Q 



X 



1 


30 ' 

1 


14 
131 


I 


41 









63 I 

1 
15 , 
37 



49 
4 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



285 



Abstract of Votes Cast for Attornky-Genbral, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



a. 
at 

d 
PQ 

00 



^ 



Lorain. M 

Lucas 

Ma^lison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Me(iina 

Mei^ 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery «. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa , 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike« 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland.. 

Ko88 

Sandusky 

Hdoto 

Benei'a 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tusc^arawas ... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington ... 

Wavne 

Williams 

Woo<l 

Wyandot 



; 



Totals 



4,940 
6,101 
2,521 
5,032 
2,103 
2,t)S4 
3,502 
1,40:5 
4,940 

.1,308 
9,140 
2;2(^ 
2,390 
5,401 
2,190 
1,2S3 
1,S17 
3,102 

,2,012 
1,087 
3,2i>0 
2,915 
1,902 
3,007 
4,400 
2,712 
3,596 
3,071 
2,1<S1 
7,405 
5,519 
5,479 
u,t>>>2 
3,297 

1 ,052 
3,8S2 
4,155 
4,300 
2,7.30 
4,074 
2,234 



347,589 



a 

O 

a 

tn 



3,099 
7,770 
2,333 
4,449 
3,032 
2,249 
2,4r.3 
3,441 
3,940 
3,3S3 
11,514 
2,039 
2,175 
5,586 
2,091 
2,731 
1,847 
3,247 
3,003 
2 223 
3,076 
2,733 
3,755 
4,858 
4,755 
3,T70 
3,107 
4,923 
3,405 
8,132 
4,001 
3,129 
5,033 
2,242 
2,911 
1,957 
2,512 
4,487 
4,853 
2,819 
3,606 
3,000 



300,184 



51 




8,276 



115 



to 




2,981 



284 



rr. 



ABSTRACT () 

1 



- .ATE AT THE ELECTIOK 
i IK OF OHIO. 



A 
A 



\ N 



\ * 



\M0 
\>43 
:^,^76 
:5.400 
:*,248 
3,798 
6,511 
4,018 
3,564 
5,989 
2,674 
2,460 

19,465 
3,914 
1,872 
3,397 
2,640 
2,957 
2,842 
9,213 
2,586 
3,089 
2,580 
4,401 
3,094 

29,319 
3,083 
3,546 
2,567 
1,681 
3,632 
1,852 
868 
4,104 
3,120 
4,252 
3,285 
2,541 
3,934 
4,099 



■Ml 
■>4 



a 



2,918 
4,267 
3,132 
2,392 
2,380 
3,656 
5,444 
4,061 
6,337 
1,619 
2,921 

5,050 
4,383 
2,126 
4,341 
3,410 
4,480 

19,660 
5,115 
3,089 
3,127 
4,0"2 
4,760 
2,010 

11,333 
1,845 
2,174 
820 
2,469 
2,391 

31,479 
3,551 
3,471 
2,009 
2,890 
3,519 
2,437 
3,250 
3,220 
2,444 
2,971 
3,552 
1,114 
3,201 
5,814 



f 

George P. Coler, Pro. 


• 

Harvey Rhodes, Greenb'k. 


c 


• 

> 

9 

6 

a 
o 


29 

10 

88 

294 

165 

8 

20 

19 

41 

37 

79 

209 

13 

83 

46 

33 

48 

297 

43 

13 

275 

101 

22 

39 

240 

150 

106 

44 

147 

228 

50 

42 

97 

77 

15 

72 

2 

18 

310 

72 

37 

185 

6 

29 

55 






30 










14 
131 


1 










41 
















63 
1 

15 
36 














9 






494 










6 






16 




16 
8 
2 

44 
















16 
77 
29 

1 
9 


























101 






1 








2 
2 




















150 








333 


11 
21 














11 
100 














S»" 







r 



ELECTION BTATIBTI08. 



287 



Abstbact op Votes cast fob Auditob of Statb. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Logan 

Lorain 

LucHS 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Mfigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montiromery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum . 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Roes 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas.., 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington., 

Wayne 

WiUiama 

Wood 

Wyandot. 



Totals. 



d 



o 



3,648 
4,942 
6,065 
2,610 
6,031 
2,165 
2,986 
3,502 
1,461 
4.818 
1,308 
9,146 
2,268 
2,388 
5,461 
2,196 
1,275 
1,817 
3,100 
2,61 i 
1,687 
3,300 
2,916 
1,906 
3,662 
4,395 
2,709 
3,575 
3,656 
2,183 
7,464 
5,514 
5,476 
3,833 
3,289 
2,929 
1,658 
3,878 
4,154 
4,301 
2,732 
4,073 
2,233 

346,923 



B 

s 

is 



a 



2,394 
3,099 
7,788 
2,343 
4,451 
3,030 
2,250 
2,463 
3,441 
4,037 
3,379 
11,508 
2,039 
2,176 
5,586 
2,091 
2,739 
1,847 
3,248 
3,657 
2,223 
3,076 
2,734 
3,750 
4,^79 
4,757 
3,767 
3,125 
4,934 
3,403 
8,130 
4,659 
3,127 
6,030 
2,257 
2,912 
1,955 
2,513 
4,487 
4,852 
2,819 
3,612 
3,068 

360,319 



PL, 

'o 
Q 



o 



202 

269 

224 

92 

HO 

132 

150 

214 

3 

51 



125 

152 

179 

68 

95 



1 
28 
32 

177 

200 
21 

179 
13 

111 
12 

114 



71 
362 
408 

39 
189 



•••••• •« 



25 
71 
67 
26 
152 
18 

8,306 



M 

C 

O 



"S 






4 

8 

64 

2 

181 



7 

2 

3 

29 



54 
5 
18 
29 
64 
8 



115 



13 
6 



6 



1 
38 
53 
55 



178 

103 

87 

19 

1 

2 



71 

9 

135 

91 



C 
QQ 



•••«•• 



2,931 



31 



6 

I 



••••»•••• 



••••••••• 



*•••••••• 



•••••• « 



333 



290 



ANNUAL BEPORT BECBSTART OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST FOR STATE COMMISSIONER OF COMMON 
SCHOOLS AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE 
OF OHIO. 



CoontieB. 



AdamsM 

Allen 

Asliland ..... 
ABhUbola... 

Athens.. 

Auglaize...... 

Belmont ..... 

Brown... 

Butler 

Carroll.. 

Champaign.. 

Clarke 

Clermont..... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton..., 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga ... 

Darke. » 

Defiance ..... 

Delaware 

Erie , 

Fairfield....... 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga , 

Greene 

Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 
Hancock ..... 

Hardin.. 

Harrison..... 

Henry.« 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron......... 

Jackson........ 

Jefferson..... 

Knox 

Lake 

I^wrence. ... 
•Licking 



2,620 
3,062 
2,403 
6,407 
3,0^5 
1,503 
5,549 
2,875 
3,266 
2,246 
3,798 
6,521 
4,019 
3,560 
5,975 
2,676 
2,460 

19,488 
3,900 
1.872 
3,412 
2,654 
2,940 
2,843 
9,489 
2,615 
3,090 
2,583 
4,406 
3,087 

29,297 
3,082 
3,542 
2,547 
1,687 
3,636 
1,854 
1,200 
4,107 
3,122 
4,257 
3,286 
2,538 
8,931 
4,108 



s 


i 


•ft. 


P 


23 




O 


a 


a 


8 


^ 


• 


% 


>, 




8 


C9 


s 


Q 


s 



I 

«D 



2,919 


29 


4,257 


10 


3,126 


88 


2,391 


294 


2,378 


160 


3,656 


7 


5,442 


18 


4,060 


17 


6,444 


39 


1,620 


37 


2,920 


80 


5,045 


211 


4,381 


16 


2,126 


B3 


4,356 


47 


3,408 


33 


4,479 


49 


19,674 


296 


5,119 


42 


3,099 


13 


3,116 


274 


4,061 


101 


4,762 


22 


2,014 


39 


11,089 


241 


1,821 


144 


2,174 


106 


820 


44 


2,471 


141 


2,406 


228 


31,281 


47 


3,561 


43 


3,476 


97 


2,027 


80 


2,886 


16 


3,513 


72 


2,436 


2 


3,251 


19 


3,220 


306 


2,443 


70 


2,873 


36 


3,561 


191 


1,116 


6 


3,204 


29 


5,805 


65 



a 



30 



13 
131 



41 



63 

1 

16 

38 



494 



6 

Id 

17 

8 

2 

44 



16 

77 

29 

1 

9 



101 



2 
2 



150 



11 
21 



11 
100 



48 



•§ 



• ••••« 



1 

3 



ELECTION STATIBTICB. 



291 



Abstbact of Votbs Oast for Stats Commissionbr Common Schools, etc. — Gontin'd. 



Counties. 



Logan 

Lorain... 

Lacas 

Madison » 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery ... 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingam .... 

Noble '.... 

OtUwa , 

Paulding.. 

Perry 

Pickaway « 

Pike 

PorUge 

Preble 

Pntnam 

Richland 

Boss 

Sanknaky 

Scioto... 

Seneca 

Shelby.. 

Stark 

Snmmit 

Trumbnll 

Tnscarawaa..... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington ... 

Wayne 

Wmiams 

Wood.^ 

Wyandot. 



s* 

& 



Totals 



3,656 

4,943 

6,313 

2,520 

5,034 

2,163 

2,983 

3,503 

1,457 

4,826 

1,300 

9,141 

2,271 

2,391 

5,464 

2,144 

1,350 

1,819 

3,107 

2.615 

1,687 

3,477 

2,901 

1,903 

3,668 

4.404 

2,718 

3,594 

3,673 

2,179 

7,468 

5,523 

5,481 

3,836 

8,287 

2,927 

1,656 

3,885 

4,135 

4,301 

2,731 

4,077 

2,236 

347,904 



8 
5 



S 



2 



2,394 
3,100 
7,592 
2,331 
4,446 
3,035 
2,250 
2,464 
3,443 
4,032 
3,388 
11,525 
2,024 
2,176 
5,587 
2,170 
2,665 
1,846 
3,246 
3,658 
2,223 
3,077 
2,758 
3,738 
4,857 
4,748 
3,765 
3,105 
4,920 
3,405 
8,133 
4,659 
3,130 
5,029 
2,245 
2,912 
1,955 
2,532 
4,506 
4,852 
2,819 
3,613 
3,061 

359,679 



2 

I 

s 



200 

267 

206 

91 

62 

132 

150 

212 

3 

51 



124 

151 

179 

58 

91 



1 
28 
32 

165 

197 
20 

178 
13 

113 
12 

121 



69 
359 
407 

39 
190 



24 
70 
66 
27 
152 
18 

8,231 



M 

G 

I 

i 
r 

d 



4 

8 

64 

2 

181 



7 

2 

3 

29 



54 
5 
18 
28 
34 
8 



115 



13 
36 



1 
27 
53 
54 



177 

102 

87 

19 

1 

2 



71 

9 

135 

90 



s 



2,913 



15 



292 



ANNUAL BEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC 
WORKS, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, IN THE STATE 
OF OHIO. 



Counties. 




Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

ABhtabula». 

Athens 

Auglaize ..... 
Belmont .... 

Brown , 

Butler , 

Carroll 

Champaign. 

Clarke 

Clermont..... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton... 
Crawford.... 
Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance ...., 
Delaware..... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey.... 
Hamilton. ... 
Hancock .... 

Hardin 

Harrison.... 

Henry 

Highland ... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefierson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 
Licling 



2,617 
3,056 
2,402 
6,404 
3,673 
1,504 
5,541 
2,880 
3,382 
2,248 
3,797 
6,404 
4,027 
3,552 
5,991 
2,671 
2,460 

19,435 
3,912 
1,873 
3,412 
2,649 
2,959 
2,838 
9,479 
2,587 
3,088 
2,583 
4,007 
3,091 

29,196 
3,081 
3,538 
2,546 
1,689 
3,623 
1,861 
1,202 
4,101 
3,121 
4,255 
3,284 
2,541 
3,931 
4,110 







• 


• 






^ 








s 




• 

s 


^ 


9) 

£ 




p 




0*. 




a 


s 


9) 

s 




£ 


V 


c 




S 


• 


(£ 


to 




N 




Q 




1 


a 


5 


•§ 


8 


•§ 


I 


»-> 


o 


^ 


OQ 


2,919 


29 






4,260 


10 


30 




3,125 


88 






2,390 


297 


13 




2,375 


160 


131 




3,653 


7 






5,447 


20 


40 




4,073 


18 






6,346 


41 






1,618 


37 


63 




2,919 


80 


1 




5,165 


210 


15 




4,379 


15 


28 


7 


2,085 


90 






4.340 


48 


494 




3,411 


32 
49 






4,477 


7 




19,663 


298 


1« 


23 


5,114 


42 


17 




3,090 


10 


7 




3,114 


273 


2 




4,065 


102 


44 




4,757 


22 
24 






2,013 


16 




11,101 


241 


78 




1,844 


150 


29 




2,172 


105 


1 




820 


44 


9 




2,834 


140 
228 






2,401 


101 




31,563 


46 
42 
98 




] 


3,554 


...... .... .. 




3,472 


2 




2,026 


81 


2 




2,880 


15 
69 






3,521 






2,432 


148 




3,248 


19 
311 




3,210 


11 




2,442 


71 


21 




2,975 


36 
190 






3,548* 


16 




1,114 


6 


100 




3,202 


29 
53 






5,806 


60"" 





ELBOnOK 8TATI8TI08. 



298 



Abstract op Votes cast fob Msmbeb Board Public Works, etc. — Continued. 



Coonties. 



Logan 

Lorain 

Lncas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miani 

Monroe 

Montgomery , 

Morgan 

Morrow , 

Muskingnm 

N<»ble 

OtUwa 

Paolding. 

Perrj' „ 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble ..-«.. 

Pntnam 

Riohbmd 

Boas 

Sandnsky 

Scioto ..^ 

Seneca 

Shelby 

SUrk 

Sammit ?. 

Tramball 

TiMcarawaa 

Union , 

Van Wert 

Vinton ~ 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Wirtiaiua. 

Wood 

Wyandot - 



Totals. 



3 



3,653 

4,938 

6,109 

2,626 

5,036 

2,165 

2,979 

3,504 

1,463 

4,790 

1,308 

9,099 

2,257 

2,388 

5,455 

2,196 

1,318 

1,819 

3,104 

2,610 

1,679 

3,481 

2,915 

1,902 

3,669 

4,286 

2,711 

3,593 

3,669 

2,098 

7,459 

5,548 

5,478 

3,840 

3,294 

2,915 

l,tt.>l 

3,856 

4,153 

4,298 

2,730 

4,074 

2,236 

346,856 



2,389 
3,099 
7,736 
2,332 
4,443 
3,038 
2,251 
2,461 
3,442 
4,064 
3,382 
11,571 
2,049 
2,176 
5,595 
2,091 
2,697 
1,846 
3,244 
3,661 
2,231 
3,076 
2,735 
3,760 
4,857 
4,869 
3,764 
3,100 
4,921 
3,484 
8,133 
4,635 
3,129 
5,023 
2,242 
2,918 
1,954 
2,530 
4,485 
4,853 
2,817 
3,607 
3,064 

360,707 



201 

270 

215 

90 

63 

132 

150 

214 

3 

50 



123 

148 

178 

58 

95 



1 
28 
32 

147 

199 
20 

178 
13 

116 
14 

111 



75 
363 
408 

40 
190 



25 

71 
67 
28 
162 
18 

8,262 






c 

o 



o 
o 



4 

8 

66 

2 

181 



7 

2 

3 

29 



55 
5 
18 
31 
59 
8 



112 



13 
66 



1 
27 
53 
53 



177 

101 

87 

18 



71 

9 

135 

91 



2,994 



33 



294 



ANNUAL RBPOBT 8B0RBTABT OF 8TATE. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR THE PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE 
CONSTITUTION, AT THE ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9. 1883, IN THE 
STATE OF OHIO. 



Coontiefi. 



Adams» 

Allen 

Asbland «... 
Ashtabula... 

Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont ..... 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton « 
Crawford ... 
Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance..... 
Delaware ... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton.. 

Gallia 

€^uga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hamilton ... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison.... 

Henry 

Highland ... 

Hocking 

Holmes .....* 

Huron 

Jackson 

Jefierson.... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logan 



a 

a 







•3.591 
5,582 
2,568 
6,666 
3,056 
3,435 
2,629 
3,947 
4,119 
2,044 
2,971 
8,524 
4,210 
3,667 
6,742 
2,484 
3,558 

15,145 
4,383 
3,074 
2,457 
3,301 
2,055 
2,413 

13,540 
2,023 
2,465 
1.258 
4,366 
2,069 

47,358 
2,191 
2,628 
1,080 
3,161 
3,742 
2,199 
882 
4,372 
2,970 
5,795 
2,950 
2,595 
5,818 
1,387 
4,308 



o 

! 

S 

I 

9 

a 

as 



a 



2,217 

615 

1,612 

587 

1,508 

937 

5,511 

621 

1,701 

573 

244 

808 

590 

370 

1,021 

1,877 

1,887 

14,543 

2,407 

1,133 

1,943 

2,073 

4,023 

1,044 

2,180 

1,576 

260 

564 

433 

2,428 

4,382 

2,353 

2,965 

2,205 

1,013 

451 

1,621 

1,849 

3,275 

2,699 

493 

2,031 

259 

366 

3,341 

46 



158 

1,002 

889 

539 

806 

627 

1,473 

720 

2,240 

507 

976 

1,749 

1,086 

809 

1,252 

493 

963 

2,850 

1,232 

874 

812 

1,366 

921 

692 

3,185 

624 

248 

324 

800 

654 

14,780 

511 

812 

574 

679 

715 

548 

674 

542 

439 

1,286 

1,144 

448 

1,268 

1,248 

1,354 




2,823 
2,777 
1,241 
2,420 
4,467 
7,408 



4,497 
646 
951 

3,150 



5,158 
3,051 
3,538 
15,341 
3,760 
4,134 
2,673 



4,635 



9,037 
1,176 
434 
1,772 
2,823 



34,375 



4,925 
2,967 
1,506 
2.446 
2,749 



6,748 
5,230 
2,406 
3,028 
3,413 
3,194 
3,374 



00 

Q 

8 

1 
.9 . 

CO 

§ I 

•^ § 
ga 



3,150 
3,667 
2,961 
6,699 
4,099 
1,386 
6,154 
3,519 
1,970 
2,725 
3,503 
5,694 
3,941 
3,530 
6,651 
3,251 
2,784 
12,954 
3,555 
2,232 
4,070 
1,860 
3.193 
3,327 
6,203 
2,819 
2,721 
2,525 
4,374 
4,203 
8,402 
3,797 
3,922 
3,387 
2,199 
3,966 
2,311 
1,763 
4,181 
3,372 
4,455 
3,803 
2,468 
2,900 
4,067 
4,051 



to 

Q 
•XI 

8 

•a 

B 

a 



2,379 
2,041 
570 
1,291 
3,798 
3,785 



4,949 
1.323 
1,036 
3,199 



2,505 
1,481 
3,858 
16,350 
3,4b7 
3,762 
1,392 



3,664 



8,455 
814 
316 
375 

1,702 



41,437 



2,673 
814 
1,083 
1,163 
1,791 



3,466 
2,297 
1,190 
1,940 
1,393 
2,388 
2,731 



o 
> 

a 





^ 



5,582 
7,407 
5,650 
9,133 
6,359 
5,184 

11,079 
6,991 
9,797 
3,981 
6,793 

11.821 
8,482 
5,784 

10,895 
6,131 
7,024 

39,514 
9,123 
4,994 
6.868 
6,917 
7,772 
4,974 

20,909 
4,677 
5,384 
3,484 
7,048 
5,843 

60,836 
6,692 
7,128 
4,670 
4,592 
7,245 
4,464 
4,481 
7,647 
5,667 
7,291 
7,053 
3,771 
7,187 

10,060 
6,324 



ELBOTIOK 8TATI8TI08. 



296 



VoTBS Oast fob Pboposbo Ambndmbnts to thb Constitution — Continued. 



Counties. 



Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Me«iina 

Meigs... 

Mercer 

Miami.. 

Monroe 

Montgomery .. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum ... 

Noble... 

Ottawa.. 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike„ 

Portage 

Preble.. 

Putnam ,„ 

Richland.. 

Ross.. 

Sandusky 

Sdoto 

Seneca 

Shelby « 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas ... 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington ... 

Wayne.. 

Williams 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals... 







o 


'S 






• 

CO 

1. 

s 


• 

o 


taxation 
c— Yes. 


taxation 
c— No.* 


00 

.9 

I 

5 


00 

1 

1 


B 



a 

1 




a 

§ 

a 

1 


Regulation and 
the liquor traffi 


Regulation and 
the liquor traffi 


Prohibition of inl 
liquors — Yes. 


Prohibition of in 
liquors— No.* 


6,001 


346 


615 


572 


5,007 


624 


12,629 


281 


3,080 


8.999 


4,914 


3,738 


2,250 


143 


492 


1,004 


2,526 


609 


7,109 


1,086 


2,007 


4,431 


4,502 


3,801 


2,489 


645 


774 


2,234 


2.820 


1,098 


1,406^ 


4,000 


645 


4,761 


2,948 


2,468 


3,460 
2.653 


738 


577 




2,852 
1,732 




1,249 


481 


2.604 


2,047 


2.719 


2,177 


1,241 


3,001 


4,331 


2,636 


1,290 


2,248 


1,014 


2,358 


1,789 


2,126 


15,850 


2.938 


4,393 


13,469 


6,443 


12,878 


1,908 
1,941 


2,188 


217 




2,649 




1,295 


877 


2,075 


2,474 


1,322 


5,867 


3,264 


1,114 


6,920 


5,534 


3,616 


1,108 


1,877 


563 


2,565 


2,753 


990 


3,869 


81 


387 




1,245 
2,311 




1,716 


811 


611 


1,108 


726 


3,456 


1,006 


491 


3,913 


3.272 


2,225 


4,059 


1,225 


943 


2,663 


2,467 


2,232 


1,856 


486 


664 


1,342 


1,881 


1,013 


4,188 


524 


483 


553 


3,373 


257 


2,366 


2,373 


1,189 


3,337 


2,167 


2,841 


4,549 


272 


358 


1,931 


2,715 


1,728 


3,435 


2,421 


965 


2,648 


4,433 


2,403 


3,955 


2,364 


1,673 


5,127 


3,765 


3,938 


3,713 


1,642 


960 


3,821 


2,619 


2,816 


1,569 


2,452 


613 


2,866 


2,104 


2,668 


6,940 


695 


757 


3.985 


3,789 


3,169 


3,939 


748 


878 


3,264 


2,201 


2,876 


12,036 


884 


1,681 




7,791 




8,338 


982 


1,188 


3,068 


6,004 


2,643 


3,601 


1,994 


1.140 


4,391 


5,322 


2,070 


5,470 


1,114 


930 


4,223 


4,421 


3,371 


3,784 


1,183 


881 


3.832 


3,678 


1.703 


3.342 


936 


985 


2,832 


3,196 


1,710 


2,554 


635 


333 


2,086 


1,434 


1,679 


2,089 


1,656 


1,192 


2,008 


2,769 


1,911 


5,385 


1,359 


866 


2,326 


3,936 


2,351 


3,342 


2,247 


975 


3,378 


6,113 


2,662 


3,445 


979 


501 


2,296 


3,264 


1,670 


5,604 
2,061 


994 


940 




4,279 




1,357 


771 


2.351 


2,674 


1,802 


400,919 


144,335 


99,238 


288,606 


323.129 


226,595 



00 
0) 

o 



O 

H 



8,337 
14,214 
4,958 
9,739 
6,338 
6,406 
6,186 
4,932 
8,986 
4,716 
20,886 
4,473 
4,778 
11,178 
4,452 
4,033 
3,660 
6,489 
6,313 
3,967 
6,890 
5,871 
6,692 
8,733 
9,116 
6,649 
6,776 
8,776 
6,674 
15,889 
10,703 
9,136 
8,983 
6,743 
6,867 
3,621 
6,444 
8,807 
9.264 
6.728 
7.888 
6,336 



V 



721,310 



* The counties opposite which no figures are given in these columns, failed to 
make return of the ** No " vote. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 
FOUR, AND TO SECTION EIGHTEEN OF THE SCHEDULE, 

OF THE CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 



[House Joint Resolution No. 73.] 

JOINT RESOLUTION 

Proposing an amendment to article four of the constitution of the state. 

Section 1. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio (three-fifths of 
the members elected to each house agreeing thereto), That a proposition to amend 
the constitution of the state of Ohio be, and the same is hereby submitted to the 
electors of the state at the election to be held on the second Tuesday of October, 
A.D. 1883, as follows: 

That sections one, two and six of article four, entitled '* judicial," be amended so 
as to read as follows: 

Section 1. The judicial power of the state is vested in a supreme court, circuit 
courts, courts of common pleas, courts of probate, justices of the peace, and such 
other courts inferior to the supreme court, as the general assembly may from time to 
time establish. 

Section 2. The supreme court shall, until otherwise provide [provided] by law, 
consist of five juuges, a majority of whom competent to sit shall be necessary to form 
a quorum or to pronounce a decision, except as hereinafter provided. It shall have 
original jurisdiction in quo warranto, mandamus, habeas corpus and procedendo, and 
such appellate jurisdiction as may be provided by law. It shall hold at least one 
term in each year at the seat of government, and such other terms, there or else- 
where, as may be provided by law. The judges of the supreme court shall be elected 
by the electors of the state at large, for such term, not less than five years, as the 
general assembly may prescribe, and they shall be elected and their official term shall 
begin at such time as may be fixed by law. In case the general assembly shall 
increase the number of such judges, the first term of each of such additional judges 
shall be such, that in each year after their first election, an equal number of judges 
of the supreme court shall be elected, except in elections to fill vacancies; and when- 
ever the number of such judges shall be increased, the general assembly may author- 
ize such court to organize divisions thereof, not exceeding three, each division to con- 
sist of an equal number of ju<lges; for the adjudication of cases, a majority of each 
division shall constitute a quorum, and such an assignment of the cases to each 
division may be made as such court may deem expedient, but whenever all the judges 
of either division hearing a case shall not concur as to the judgment to be rendered 
therein, or whenever a ease shall involve the constitutionality of an act of the general 



ELECTIOK BTATI8TICS. 



297 



imbly or of an act of congpress, it shall be reserved to the whole court for adjudi- 
cation. The judges of the supreme court in office when this amendment takes effect, 
shall continue to hold their offices until their successors are elected and qualified. 

Section 6. The circuit court shall have like original jurisdiction with the supreme 
ooort, and such appellate jurisdiction as may be provided by law. Such courts shall 
be composed of such number of judges as may be provided by law, and shall be 
held in each county, at least once in each year. The number of circuits, and the 
boundaries thereof, shall be prescribed by law. Such judges shall be elected in each 
circuit by the electors thereof, and at such time and for such term as may be pre- 
scribed by law, and the same number shall be elected in each circuit. Each judge 
•hall be competent to exercise his judicial powers in any circuit. The general 
assembly may change, from time to time, the number of boundaries of the circuits. 
The circuit courts shall be the successors of the district courts, and all cases, judg- 
ments, records, and proceedings pending in said district courts, in the several coun- 
ties of any district, shall be transferred to the circuit courts in the several counties, 
and be proceeded in as though said district couris had not been abolished, and the 
district courts shall continue in existence until the election and qualification of the 
judges of the circuit courts. 

And he ii further naolvedy That at said election, the voters desiring to vote in favor 
of said amendment, shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Judicial con- 
stitutional amendment— Yes ; " and the voters who do not favor the adoption of said 
amendment, may place on their ballots the words, "Judicial constitutional amend- 
ment — No ; ** and if a majority of all the votes passed [cast] at said election shall be 
in favor of said amendment, then said sections one, two and six herein set forih, 
shall be and constitute the sections so amended in said judicial article (four) of the 
constitution of the state of Ohio, and said original sections one, two and six, and also 
sections five and eleven of said a]*ticle shall be repealed and annulled. 

I. N. HATHAWAY, 
Speaker pro tern, of the Honn of Representatives, 

R. G. RICHARDS, 

President of the Senate, 
Adopted March 30, 1883. 

[Senate Joint Resolution No. 50.] 

JOINT RESOLUTION 

Proposing amendments to the constitution. 

Be it resolved by the General Auemhly of the StaU of Ohio^ That, at the general elec- 
tion to be held on the second Tuesday of October, 1883, there shall be submitted to 
the electors for their approval or rejection two propositions to amend the constitution 
of the state, as follows : 

FIBST PBOPOSITION. 

" The additional section " in and with section eighteen of the schedule shall be 
rep«^ed, and there shall be substituted for it the following : 

"The general assembfy shall regulate the traffic in intoxicating liquors so as to 
provide against evils resulting therefrom ; and its power to. levy taxes or assessments 
thereon is not limited by any provision of this constitution." 



298 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETABT OF STATE. 

SECOND PBOFOSmOM. 

'' The additional section " in and with section eighteen of the schedule shall be 
repealed, and there shall he substituted for it the following : 

** The manofacture of and the traffic in intoxicating liquors to be used as a bereiv 
age are forever prohibited ; and the general assembly shall provide by law for the 
enforcement of this provision/* 

The electors voting in favor of the said first proposition shall have on their ballots 
the words, ''Regulation and taxation of the liquor traffic— Yes ;" and those voting 
in favor of the said second proposition shall have on their ballots the words, * ' Prc^bi- 
tion of intoxicating liquors — Yes." 

If either of the said two propositions be thus approved by a majority of the elec- 
tors voting at the said election, then the amendment therein proposed shall consti- 
tute a separate section of article fifteen of the constitution. 

O. J. HODGE, 
Speaker of the Home of Rq>rmejUatwei, 
B. -6. RICHARDS, 

FretideiU of the Senak, 
Adopted April 4, 1883. 



PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR, DECLARING THE 

ADOPTION OF AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 

FOUR OF THE CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. 



Thb Si^atb of Ohio, Exscutiyb Dspabthknt, 

OfPFICE of the Gk>VKBNOB, 

Whbrbas, The following Joint Resolution was adopted by the general assembly 
'March 30, 1883: 

JOINT RESOLUTION 
Proposing an amendment to article four of the constitution of the state. 

Sbction 1. Beit resolved by the Oeneral Assembly of the State of Ohio (three-fifths of 
the members elected to each house agreeing thereto), That a proposition to amend 
the constitution of the state of Ohio be and the same is hereby submitted to the 
electors of the state at the election to be held on thf second Tuesday of October, 
A.D. 1883, as follows: 

That sections one, two, and six of article four, entitled judicial, be amended so as 
to read as follows : 

Section 1. The judicial power of the state is vested in a supreme court, circuit 
courts, courts of common pleas, courts of probate, justices of the peace, and such 
other courts, inferior to the supreme court, as the general assembly may from time 
to time establish. 

Sbc. 2. The supreme court shall, until otherwise provide [provided] by law, con- 
dst of five judges, a majority of whom competent to sit shall be necessary to form 
a quorum or to pronounce a decbion, except as hereinafter provided. It shall have 
original jurisdiction in quo warranto, mandamus, habeas corpus, and procedendo, 
and such appellate jurisdiction as may be provided by law. It shall hold at least one 
term in each year at the seat of government, and such other terms, there or elsewhere, 
as may be provided by law. The judges of the supreme court shall be elected by the 
doctors of the state at large, for such term, not less than five years, as the general assem- 
bly may prescribe, and they shall be elected, and their official term shall begin at such 
time as may be fixed by law. The judges of the supreme court shall be elected by 
the electors of the state at large, for such term, not less than five years, as the gen- 
eral assembly may prescribe, and they shall be elected, and their official term shall* 
begin at such time as may be fixed by law. In case the general assembly shall in- 
crease the number of such judges, the first term of each of sueh additional judges 
shall be such, that in each year after their first election, an equal number of judges 
of the supreme court shall be elected, except in elections to fill vacancies ; and when- 



300 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 

ever the number of each judges shall be increased, the general assembly may an* 
thorize Ruch court to orfi^anize divisions thereof, not exceeding three, each divi«ion to 
confliflt of an equal number of judges ; for the adjudication of caaes, a majority of 
each division shall constitute a quorum, and such an assignment of the cases to each 
division may be made as such court may deem expedient; but whenever aU the 
judj^es of either division hearing a case shall not concur as to the judgment to be 
rendered therein, or whenever a case shall involve the constitutionality of an act 
of the sreneral assembly or of an act of congress, it shall be reserved to the whole 
court for adjudication. The judges of the supreme court in office when this amend- 
ment takes effect shall continue to hold their offices until their successors are elected 
and qualified. 

Sec. 6. The circuit court shall have like original jurisdiction with the supreme 
court, and such apppllate jurisdiction as may be provided by law. Such courts shall 
be composed of such number of judges as may be provided by law, and shall be 
held in each county, at least once in each year. The number of circuits, and the 
boundaries thereof, shall be prescribed by law. Such judges shall be elected in each 
circuit by the electors thereof, and at such time and for such term as may be pre- 
scribed by law, and the same number shall be elected in each circuit. • Each judge 
shall be competent to exercise his judicial powers in any circuit. The General As- 
sembly may change, from time to time, the number of [or] boundaries of the circuits. 
The circuit courts shall be the successors of the district courts, and all cases, judg- 
ments, records, and proceedings pending in said district courts, in the several coun- 
ties of any district, shall be transferred to the circuit courts in the several counties, 
and be proceeded in as though said district courts had not been abolished ; and the 
district courts shall continue in existence until the election and qualification of the 
judges of the circuit courta. 

And be it further re$olved. That at said election the voters desiring to vote in favor 
of said amendment shall have placed upon their ballots the words, '' Judicial Con- 
stitutional Amendment— Yes ; " and the voters who do not favor the adoption of 
said amendment may place on their ballots the words, ''Judicial Constitutional 
Amendment — No;*' and if a majority of all the votes passed [cast] at said election 
shall be in favor of said amendment, then said sections one, two, and six, herein set 
forth, shall be and constitute the sections so amended in said judicial article (four) 
of the constitution of the State of Ohio, and said original sections one, two, and six, 
and also sections five and eleven of said article, shall be repealed and annulled ; and, 

Whereas, said proposed amendment was duly published, as required by the con- 
stitution, and by the statute providing therefor ; and. 

Whereas, within twenty days after said election, to wit: on the 26th day of Octo- 
ber, 1883, the Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney-General, at the office of the 
Secretary of State, opened the returns made to the Secretary of State in pursuance 
of an act passed April 5, 1883, and counted the votes certified therein to have been 
cast at said election, and the votes cast for said proposed amendment ; and. 

Whereas, it was ascertained by said count, that the whole number of votes cast at 
said election is seven hundred and twenty-one thousand three hundred and ten 
(721,310), and the whole number of votes cast for said proposed amendment is four 
hundred thousand nine hundred and nineteen (400,919) ; 

NoWf therefore, I, Charles Foster, Governor of the State of Ohio, do hereby publish 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 301 

and proclaim to the people of the State, that the said proposed amendment, having 
received the approval of a majority of all the electors voting at the said election, 
was, therefore, adopted, and has become a part of the Constitation ci the State ; and 
that said original sections one, two, and six, and also sections five and eleven, of said 
Jadicial Article, are thereby repealed and annulled. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the Great 

Seal of the State of Ohio to be affixed, at the city of 
( THE GREAT SEAL 1 Columbus, the 27th day of October, in the yt*ar of our 
•j or THE > Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty three, and 

\ STATE OP OHIO. ) j,^ ^^xe One hundred and eighth year of the Independence 

of the United States of America. 

CHARLES FOSTER. 
By the Governor : 

Jas. W. Newman, 

Secretary of State. 



OF STATE. 



a;-T FOi SENATORS IN THE SIXTY-SIXTH GENJ 
:ixU. Al THJB ELECTION HELD OCTOBER 9, 1883, 



BdmiUon County, 



:«Wi^ I>UiM}CfmtS. 


Votes. 


Reform Dem. 


Votes. 


N,. • WltUaitt L. CBrlen- 


29,529 
29,675 
29,812 

1,114 
850 
781 


Joseph G. Seztro 

Theodore Marsh 


2081 

1,888 


^tiiiam Caldwell ». 

j'BrtMkOTer Efgleston.. 

b*ru(tleii oyer Brown^ 

'ludw^U OTer Wise 


W.,Glcnii Taylor- 


1,725 







SMCOSD DISTRICT. 






V.>HUftU««« 


Lewis G. 
Anderson. 


George F. 
Elliott. 


Isaac X. 
Morris. 


«• t4«»%ft^%%%%%49* •• ••••••••• •••*■• •••••• 


3,304 
3,959 


6,388 
2,399 


39 








7,263 


8,787 
1,524 


39 













THIRD DISTRICT. 









i\>unUes. 


John W. 
Knaub. 


Simon 
Brenner. 


Christopher 
Oinh. 




9,287 
2,921 


11,383 
2,736 


114 




195 








12,208 


14,119 
1,911 


309 


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308 



FOUBTH DI8TBICT. 



Goontiefl. 



KG. 
Penn. 



John £. 
Myers. 



Glennont 
Brown ....< 



Totals ... 
Majority 



3,631 
2,862 



6,883 



4,479 
4,040 

8,628 
2,145 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Coonties. 



Greene 

Clinton 

Fayette 

Totals ... 
Majority 



Jesse N. 
Oren. 



4,402 
3.526 
2,861 



10.779 
6;i71 



R. J. 

Trimble. 



2,464 
2,144 



4,608 



James 
Stewart 



Scattering. 



142 



142 



1 
36 



37 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Highland 
Roes 



Totals ... 
Majority 



Ck>untie8. 



W. E. 
Evans. 



3,539 
4.213 



7,762 



Wm. H. 
Reed. 



3,614 
4,932 



8,546 
794 



304 



ANNUAL BEPORT SEORETABT OF BTATB 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Pike 

Scioto 

Jackson 

Totals ... 
Majority 



John W. 
Gregg. 



2,614 
1,778 
3,636 
3,103 



11,131 
534 



William T. 
Washam. 



2,925 
2,143 
3,081 
2,448 



10,597 



Scattering. 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Connties. 


John H. 
Evans. 


William B. 
Turner. 


Geo. W. 
Bing. 


John P. 
White. 


G. W. 
Hurst. 


Lawrence 


3,938 
3,078 
3,509 
1,657 


3,190 
2,177 
2,460 
2,016 


148 


7 
101 


21 


Gallia 




Meigs 






Vinton ».... .••... 






••••.^•.. ••*..• 










Totals 


12,182 
2,340 


9,842 


148 


108 


21 


Maiority 















NINTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 


Wesley C. 
Hickman. 


Calvin 8. 
Welch. 


E. L. 
Carlton. 


William 
Turner. 


Scattering. 


Athens 


3,713 
1,890 
2,963 


2,354 
2,425 
4,754 


159 




2 


Hockins 


106 




Fairfield 














Totals 


8,566 


9,533 
967 


159 


106 


2 


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ELECTION 8TATIBTIC8. 



305 



Franklin . 
Pickaway 



Totals .... 
Majority 



TBNTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



William A 
Welch. 



9,456 
2,596 



12,052 



Aaron R. 
Van Cleaf. 



11,138 
3,622 



14,760 
2,708 



George W. 
Hurst 



243 
29 



272 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Svlvester W. 
' burflinger. 



Clarke j 6,507 

ChampaigQ ^ 3,793 

Madison «.... | 2,491 

Totals , 12,791 

Majority 2,475 



John 
Rowe. 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Miami. 
Darke. 
Shelby. 



ToUls ... 
Majority 



Fi'ank M. 
Sterrett. 



4,838 
3,970 

2,228 



11.036 



A. C. 
Cable. 



3,910 
5,162 
3,349 



12,421 
1,385 



Elihu 
Pauley. 



28 



28 



Clinton 
Polly. 



18 



18 



20 SB 



306 



ANKUAL BEPORT SEORETABT OF STATE. 



THIRTEENTH DI8TBICT. 



Counties. 



Lo^n ; 

Union 

Marioi; ..., 

Hardin , 

Totals ... 
Majority 



John J. 
Hane. 



3,652 
3,275 
2,186 
3,546 



12,6"9 
1,548 



Charles M. 
Kenton. 



2,393 
2,250 
2,994 
3,474 



11,111 



Justus A. 
Mouser. 



Scattering. 



198 

187 

115 

89 



589 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 


Thomas W. 
Moore. 


Gilbert 
Smith. 


.Clark 
Patterson. 


William 
Penrose. 


Scatter- 
ing. 


Washinarton 


4,018 

2,267 

136 

852 

40 


4,546 

2,054 

86 

881 

132 


49 
147 


18 


3 


Morsran 


1 


Noble (part of in Wash* ton) 
Noble (part of in Morgan) .. 
Monroe ( partof in Wa8h*t*n) 




2 


17 


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1 








Totals 


7,313 


7,699 
386 


213 


18 


7 


Alajoritv 












' 



FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH DISTRICTS. 



Counties. 



15th { ^;^'".f :::: 

16th j D^la^'we .... 



Licking 



Totals.... 
Majority 



Thomas F. 
Joy. 



5.471 
3,108 
3,716 
4,119 



16,414 



John 
O'Neill. 



5,575 
3,270 
2,941 
5,812 



17,598 
1,184 



John J. 
Achauer. 



Scattering. 



26 
1 








50 


6 


77 


6 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



807 



SKTENTEENTR AND TWENTY-EIGHTH DI8TBICT8. 



Cionnties. 






Totals^... 
Majority 



Bertrand 
Andrews. 



3,285 
2,366 
4,304 
1,201 



11,146 



Allen 
Levering. 



3,548 
2,116 
4,857 
3,247 



13,768 
2,622 



EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH DISTRICTS. 



Jesse 
Harkness. 



Henry 
C. Hills. 



189 
177 



366 



13 

17 



30 



1 «*>^ / Coshocton.. . 
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Counties. 



19th 



Guernsey 

Noble (part of in Guernsey) 

Monroe 

Noble (part of in Monroe)... 



Totals..... 
Majority. 



William S. 
Crowell. 



3,522 
5,065 
2,414 

413 
3,282 

619 



15,315 



Scattering. 



1 
6 
5 



12 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Belmont 

Harrison 

Totals.... 
Majority 



Solomon 
Hogu§. 



5,514 
2,525 



8,039 
525 



AdolphJ. 
Schreiber. 



5,467 
2,047 



7,514 



James 

Wil- 

Hams. 



44 



44 



308 



ANNUAL BEPOBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 



Carroll 
SUrk .. 



Counties. 



Totals 

Majority. 



Ephraim R. 
Eckley. 



2,192 
7,266 



9,458 



John V. 
Lewis. 



1,632 
8,298 



9,930 
472 



Uriah . 
Thomas. 



43 

149 



192 



E. H. 
Brosius. 



73 



73 



TWBNTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Jefferson 

Columbiana... 

Totals...., 
Majority 



John M. 
Dickinson. 



4,265 
5,928 



10,193 
2,861 



George W. 
Sanor. 



2,883 
4,349 



7,332 



Alvin R. 
Campbell. 



493 



493 



Scatter- 
ing. 



19 



19 



TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 



• 

Counties 


Alonzo D. 
Fassett. 

• 


Daniel B. 
Woods. 


Abram 
Kline. 


Amroirus 
Darrow. 


Jonathan 
Warner. 


Trumbull 


5,223 
4,754 


3,199 
4,541 


429 
18 




84 


Mahonincf 


156 








Totals 


9,977 
2,237 


7,740 • 


447 


156 


84 


Maioritv 















ELECTION STATISTICS. 



309 



TWBNTY-FOUETH AND TWENTY-SIXTH DISTEICT8. 



Counties. 


Simon P. 
Wolcott. 


John S. 
Ellen. 


Hiram 
Bingham. 


H. L. Mor- 
rison. 


Scatter- 
ing. 


r Ashtabala... 


2,191 
2,472 
2.561 
3,372 
5,483 


2,415 
1,138 
830 
3,102 
4,669 


374 






24th Lake 


99 
8 




Geaosa. 




11 


2«th{f«srt:::::; 


183 
362 














ToUla... 

Majority 


16,069 
3,916 


12,154 


919 


107 


24 








• 





TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT. 



County. 


Gustave 

E. E. 

Weber. 


Georee 
H. Ely. 


A.J.Wil- 
Hams. 


Thomas 
Reilley. 


George 
Presley. 


« 

Jesse J. 
Barnes. 


Scatter- 
ing. 


Cnyahoea 


19,376 


19,436 


19,814 


19,362 


298 


294 


6 






Majorities !.. 




84 


438 



















TWENTY-SEVENTH AND TWENTY-NINTH DI8TEICT8. 



Counties. 


Timothy G. 
Loom is. 


Harrison 
Mickey. 


Corydon L. 
Tambling. 


E.S. 
Perkins. 


SethH. 
Toad. 


A»^«. ♦ Medina 


2,673 
4,934 
2,404 
3,658 


2,384 
3,106 
3,133 
4,941 


137 

276 

83 

166 


8 




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AAxi_ ^ Ashland 




5 


^'^X Richland.. 












Totals 


13,569 
6 


13,564 


662 


8 


5 


Majority 













310 



ANNUAL REPORT SEORETARY OF STATE. 



THIRTIBTH DISTRICT. 



Counties. 



Huron 

Erie 

Sandusky. 
Ottawa .... 



Totals ... 
Majority 



Henry F. 
Paden. 



4,130 
2,720 
2,771 
1,477 



11,098 



Godfrey 
Jaeger. 



3,192 
3,999 
3,657 

2,482 



13,330 
2,232 



8eth H. 
Todd. 



301 

61 

132 



494 



Wm.Q. 
Turner. 



28 

28 
8 



64 



THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 



Counties. 


JohnH.Wil- 
liston. 


Martin 
Deal. 


Philip 
King, 


D. S. 
Caldwell. 


Scatter- 
ing. 


Seneca 


4,929 
4,470 
3,063 


133 


68 
3 






Crawford 


45 


1 


Wyandot 
















Totals 


12,462 
12,329 


133 


71 


45 


1 


Majority 








• 





THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT. 



Counties. 


• 

Horace A. 
Reeve. 


Thomas J. 
Godfrey. 


Elmer 
White. 


F. G. 
Brown. 


Scattering. 


Allen 


3,076 
1,517 
1,878 
1,471 
1,818 
2,941 
2,805 


4,248 
3,648 
3,101 
3,420 
1,847 
2,916 
2,773 


4,236 
3,641 
3,087 
3,421 
1,847 
2,886 
2,817 






Aufflaize 






Defiance 






Mercer 






Paulding... 




1 


Van Wert 






Williams 


254 


3 






Total 


15,505 


21,953 
6,448 


21,935 
21,681 


254 


4 


Maiorities 









ELECTION STATISTICS. 



311 



THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT. 



Counties. 


John C. 
Rorick. 


Gforge 
Laskey. 


Wm. H. 
McLytnan. 


Orlando B. 
Ramey. 


Chas. B. 
Carter. 


Wm. 
Eawle. 


Folton 


2,683 
3,148 
1,743 
6,102 
1,953 
4,105 


2,685 
3,095 
1,676 
6,126 
1,926 
4,088 


1,787 
3,542 
2,893 
7, i '^6 
3 712 
3,614 


1,811 
3,490 
2,824 
7,756 
3,667 
3,611 


177 
2 
2 

225 
3 

142 


177 


Hancock 


2 


Henry 


2 


T n/His 


226 


Putnjun »... 

Wood 


3 
143 






Totals 

Majorities. » 


19,734 


19,496 


23,333 
3,599 


23,059 
3,563 


551 


553 



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317 



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sl 

3pg 


^5 «2 


3 

o 
H 


Lima— 




























l8t Ward 


310 


243 


581 


303 


237 


295 


2^ 


564 


329 


807 




18 


€61 


2d ** 


342 


222 


568 


328 


228 


348 


251 


606 


409 


283 




2 


698 


8d *• 


86 

tm 

253 

12 

145 


3>7 
59 
671 
234 
8 
182 


448 
160 
909 
487 
20 
328 


98 
105 
323 
199 

11 
133 


272 
77 
507 
197 
7 
141 


79 
161 
281 
179 

13 
116 


319 
124 
558 
184 
14 
140 


402 
29;^ 

838 

"% 

256 


92 
228 
193 
240 

19 
141 


392 
147 
289 
220 
15 
164 




4 
6 


496 


4lh ** 


381 


Marion 


484 


Mouroe 


460 


Ottawa 






34 


Perry- 






308 


Rlcbland— 




Bluffton Precinct 


117 


295 


412 


85 


319 


78 


278 


883 


87 


326 


4 




420 


Beaver Dam ** 


89 


157 


246 


68 


118 


55 


135 


210 


86 


156 


5 




247 


Bhuwnee 


la* 

105 
135 


ie7 

252 
113 


271 
360 
250 


95 

82 
118 


143 
224 
102 


90 

76 

114 


152 
234 
111 


242 

312 
226 


110 
131 
114 


165 
2% 
106 






278 


Spencer 






428 


Hufcar Croek 






222 










Totals 


290(5 


3890 


6854 


2568 


3463 


2417 


3599 


6091 


3064 


4251 


10 


30 


7407 



ASHLAND COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 



<-6 

sl 

53 



IS 



o 

3 



Governor, 
1881. 



s 



■5- 



8ec*ry of 
Htate, 1882. 




o 
> 



o 



Governor, 1883. 






Clear Creek- 
Green— 

Ist Ward ... 

2d " .... 
Hancivcr— 

111 Ward .... 

2d *• .... 

Ja<-k»(m 

Lake 

Montgomery 

Mlllon 

Mimin 

Mohican 

Oraugv 

Perry 

RuKKles 

BuUrvan , 

Troy 

Vermillion .. 

Totals .. 



212 


89 


302 


161 


68 


205 


282 


492 


166 


258 


35 


61 


86 


19 


87 


126 


175 


aoo 


60 


166 


84 


227 


291 


110 


158 


147 


206 


854 


126 


215 


42 


150 


192 


39 


133 


651 


585 


1237 


565 


551 


89 


188 


277 


75 


169 


52 


125 


177 


54 


125 


134 


279 


413 


112 


231 


157 


208 


809 


186 


197 


171 


196 


867 


158 


164 


142 


45 


187 


130 


41 


153 


60 


214 


136 


61 


128 


62 


185 


114 


63 


230 


289 


520 


2US 


263 


2763 


8217 


5963 


2354 


2903 



133 

165 
21 

61 
110 
111 

30 
525 

70 

51 

04 
126 
142 
113 
131 , 

83 . 
190 



72 

243 
46 

157 

188 
217 
143 
568 
181 
132 ' 
239 ! 
180 
169 i 

49 . 

67 

75 I 
258 I 



263 

418 
77 

219 
315 
333 
175 
1192 
256 
186 
3^ 
316 
a'Vl 
180 
200 
177 
461 



2166 , 2974 6446 



176 

168 
27 

70 
130 
119 

33 
676 

78 

54 
118 
134 
158 
129 
133 
100 
201 



03 



2402 



88 

286 
44 

178 

181 

212 

150 

623 

178 

141 

248 

180 

163 

42 

68 

82 

262 



•OS 



ao 00 



3126 



8 

3 
8 



3 
2 
88 
2 
1 
7 
2 
9 
4 
1 
7 



90 



5 

> 



o 
H 



278 

468 
76 

248 
311 
337 
186 
1*2:17 
258 
197 
378 
319 
.'£29 
175 
203 
190 
475 



6650 



318 



ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRBTART OP STATE, 



ASHTABULA COUNTY. 





President^ 

1880. 


•5 



> 

5 

o 
H 


Governor, 

1 1881. 


1 -■ - 

' SecVyof 
State, 1882. 

1 


i 

> 

i 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


*3 


• 






1 
■ 

h 
"5 


• • 

k 






eg £c 

1 


• 

3 



> 
5 


Andover ^ 

ABhtabula 


278 
714 


36 
544 


316 
1280 


218 
629 


ao 

276 


202 
476 


22 
872 


243 
892 


286 
125 
105 

34 
132 
199 

68 
208 
i:^ 
142 
627 
115 

99 
662 
211 
105 
408 

29;^ 
143 
278 
191 
135 
151 
237 
104 
149 
123 
183 
14*1 
181 
168 
154 
181 


44 

54 

129 

118 

105 

117 

66 

65 

39 

48 

200 

60 

69 

167 

39 

76 

113 

84 

37 

56 

65 

71 

81 

30 

63 

64 

29 

122 

36 

52 

20 

63 

67 


6 
6 
1 


340 

1 IgJ 


l8t Ward 


< 235 


vd ** 




















153 
243 


8d " 


















4 




4th " - 


















6 




322 


5th " 


















3 } 1 


138 


Cherry Valley ^ 

Colebrook 


242 

158* 

166 

574 

110 

106 

6T7 

243 

116 

403 

818 

182 

800 

211 

158 

173 

241 

115 

186 

153 

202 

129 

194 

189 

178 

216 


46 
38 
55 

176 
48 
52 

170 
47 
64 
97 
85 
43 
66 
65 
67 
81 
24 
60 
62 
32 

124 
89 
44 
26 
63 
62 


308 
198 
228 
754 
161 
165 
866 
293 
197 
608 
403 
227 
378 
822 
218 

282 
189 
251 
193 
342 
173 
270 
217 
258 
273 


201 
119 
124 
481 

67 

82 
519 
176 

89 
887 
249 
155 
196 
139 
130 
187 
201 

67 
141 
118 
142 

79 
144 
144 
138 
159 


34 
26 
88 

116 
25 
30 

124 
20 
M 
69 
52 
25 
32 
26 
42 
51 
11 
38 
40 
24 
77 
27 
26 
18 

.31 
89 


103 
107 
109 
382 

72 

73 
463 
121 

85 
385 
180 
143 
164 
116 
111 

92 
172 

67 
114 

77 
110 

83 

94 
127 
130 
116 


33* 
24 
SO 

115 
29 
49 

108 
25 
32 
73 
54 
29 
37 
34 
41 
60 
16 
44 
39 
17 
70 
18 
24 
15 
40 
40 


209 
136 
155 
614 
108 
146 
675 
161 
132 
4(10 
234 
179 
215 
214 
162 
166 
192 
126 
167 
102 
185 
103 
148 
147 
177 
179 


7 

3 

18 




270 

18S 
208 


(!onneaut 


8 

8 

13 

47 

9 

2 

8 

6 

9 

4 

83 




733 


T^nnniarlc 


173 


Oonu^t 


182 


Oeiieva. 


2 876 


Tlarnersfleld 


250 


Hartsirrove 


188 


JeflVTHon 


; 581 


frill iravlUe 


384 


Ij^nox «.••«••••« 




190 


Miinroe 


X39 


lif onfiLti ••.*•••« 


290 


New Lvme 


17 '.. i 227 


Orwell 


4 ! - J 2» 


Plemont 


6 


•■•"• 


275 


PI V mouth 


8 

16 

12 

9 

7 

6 

9 

b 

10 

290 


7 


177 


Rlohiiiond 


220 


Rome 





104 


Rav brook 


i , 818 


fthrtticld 


182 


Trumbull 




239 


Wftv no ••••• 


107 


Willlamsfleld 


!£ai 


Windsor » 


12 


258 


Totals 


6926 


2286 


9524 


5281 


1889 


4524 


1490 


6536 


6376 


2417 


OlftS 







* 






ATHENS COUNTY. 


















President, 

1880. 


• 


> 


Governor, 

1881. 


Seo'i 
State 


ry of 
,1882. 


• 





> 

3 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


<'6 

•3 


05 • 

2 § 


am 


'.1 

•^5 


mi 

ae c 


• • 


4^ 


V 

C5tS 


Ferdtnond 
Schumacher. 




• 

1 

> 


Athens 


602 
231 
208 
197 
134 
161 
249 
177 
178 
824 
173 
244 
229 
538 


199 

71 

101 

38 

172 

103 

120 

56 

14C 

131 

111 

168 

162 

662 


831 
3ft5 
815 
235 
312 
267 
376 
246 
&S1 
456 
288 
4^ 
399 
1261 


627 
214 
159 
137 
106 
127 
178 
131 
132 
248 
163 
178 
179 
878 


228 

59 

63 

29 

120 

48 

83 

60 

79 

72 

84 

111 

143 

648 


477 
195 
166 
117 
111 
138 
163 
161 
142 
244 
135 
200 
191 


2&4 

159 
72 
80 

151 
73 

103 
61 
73 

a5 

78 
129 
129 


799 
254 
254 
168 
269 
227 
276 
2;i9 
258 
347 
227 
361 
347 


582 
207 
198 
143 
116 
142 
203 
178 
141 
299 
184 
231 
212 


282 

59 

90 

29 

178 

94 

188 

72 

108 

121 

120 

138 

171 


28 

'22 
20 


3 

1 


800 


Ames 


268 


Alexander 


311 


Bern 


103 


CAnflten 


306 


Carthase 


9 

8 

7 

22 

8 

1 

29 

18 


"T 

8 

8 


213 


Dover 


346 


Jj^G 


258 


Lodl 


273 


Rome 


128 


Trimble 


SIO 


Trov 


403 


Waterloo 


404 


York 




Bessemer Precinct 


83 

29 

84 

338 


144 
61 
40 

878 

1940 


350 

106 

82 

777 


i44 
53 
66 

668 


194 
84 
49 

464 




75 
1 


415 


V^Inodwood ** 












140 


Howard " 












105 


Nelsonvtlle ** 












164 


83 


1066 
















Totals 


3645 


2234 


6056 


2857 


1817 


2924 


5340 


3666 


2391 


136 


ffitfiO 




1 





ELECTION 8TATI8TIC8. 
AUULAIZE COUNTY. 





Preildent, 


1 

i 


Governor, 

1881. 


SSZ& 


2 
3 


OoTsraor 


1888. 






■<-6 

II 


1" 




"1 


II 


'^i 






i 
S 

I 


Cl«v 


ISO 

1 

100 

i 

164 


97 

1 

ZI7 

1 


216 
ISS 

aw 

SUN 

■m 


8a 


IW 

8H 
18U 
WW 


! 

I 

i 

los 


72 
183 
85(1 

1 

184 


2Kt 

s 

877 
40 
S78 

88 
«0 

6A8 
240 


86 

1 

8 
42 

128 


17 
1B4 

1 
1 

178 

1 






3W 




■- 1 




lil Ward 

W ■■ 

3d •■ 


166 
361 

S5 






SSSiz::;::::;:::::::::; 


468 














ST'Si^sr " - 


SS 














ToIkU 


1837 


asm 


6151 


issi 


2S8U 


120^ 


MM 


41S8 


1610 


3038 


•1 1™ 









BELMONI 


fOONTY 


















Prenldsnt. 




Governor, 


Hec'ry of 

stale, 1882. 


i 


Oovarnor. IBS 


55 




Town Alp* «nd Wardi. 


II 






4 


flii 


1 


« 


if 
11 


1 




i 

230 
198 

sr 

269 
1U3 


17» 

ItM 

143 
U 
225 

66 


866 

341 

283 

487 

340 
140 


IBO 
221 


S7 

m 

M 
141 


i 

162 

148 

146 

190 

466 
145 
.148 

205 

i 


100 

1-5 
«7 

1 

142 

137 

IM 
260 
213 
460 
•£» 

m 

120 


22J 
3«7 

1 

4U1 

239 

364 
8IS 

431 
292 


135 
200 

1 

174 

236 

162 
98 

226 

607 

867 
80 

15 

NO 

i 


a 

K2 
1S4 

162 
176 

300 
482 

1 

'i 

IM 
2C5 


1 




w ■■::::::::::::::::::::: 






















::::' 


28 




cok-in....:::::;;:::::::::: 
'"i?,''rfi;«m.-in.t. 

B..lm..iU Itidge Prec't. 










I 


9 








Hemlrx-burgPrec't., 


B 




















A ■• "=== 


■■'iift' 

4SD 

61 1 

7 
1 

181 


286 
461 

405 

250 

217 
4t0 


"m 

520 
804 

1061 

832 
830 


173 


■2t4" 
206 
2U1I 

231 
IW 

m 




BildKpporl Precinct... 
Mnnln-s Kerry Prec'L 




■""8 


Z 


BlrhlHnd 

Ht. Limnvllle Prec-t.. 


Z 




6 












''"' 








1066 










v^?!';:^:::::r::::::::;;z: 


07 1 IW 


828 


Tdtoll 


668» 


5979 


lioei 


4«;i 


4GZ7 


4740 1 4778 


e«4i 


6632 


5426 


26 


41 


11076 



320 



ANNUAL REPORT 8E0RETARY OF BTATE. 



BROWN COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


o 

> 

s 

o 
H 


Governor, 
1881. 


8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 


• 



> 

3 
& 


Governor, 1888. 


1 


Townships and Wards. 


<'6 








"1 




as 
S - 




• 


> 

3 


Byrd 

Clark 


184 
105 
128 

44 
182 
281 

91 
174 

201 

84 

76 

181 

299 

88 

166 

836 

114 


132 
289 
161 
230 
251 
394 
145 
188 

278 
191 
580 
179 
895 
184 
207 
423 
152 


816 
394 
291 
274 
433 
677 

2:w 

812 

475 
275 
656 
811 
705 
272 
873 
1259 
267 


168 
90 

104 
33 

157 

241 
65 

162 

150 

59 

71 

114 

254 

61 

139 

721 

100 


119 
212 
126 
168 
197 
292 
110 
125 

238 
141 
456 
168 
817 
181 
180 
842 
117 


167 
82 

120 
27 

164 

260 
56 

157 

171 

64 

65 

93 

268 

62 

153 

756 

106 


115 
218 
140 
216 
231 
822 
139 
131 

265 
156 
513 
184 
&55 
147 
181 
443 
146 


284 
800 
259 
245 
396 
589 
195 
290 

487 
223 
580 
277 
644 
212 
334 
1224 
267 


.179 
95 

114 
31 

174 

267 
75 

160 

172 
74 

80 
107 
291 

68 
151 , 
746 
120 


118 
243 


3 




801 
843 


Raffle 


169 






286 


Franklin 


199 

248 
3.>8 
137 


1 




283 


Green 


428 


Huntington « 

Jackson „ 


' 


6S2 




212 


Jefler^ou 


144 
253 


i 1..!... 


307 


Hlgglnsport Precinct. 

Feesbarg Precinct. 

Perry 






426 


151 
504 
189 
354 
170 







282 

587 


Pike 





290 


Pleasant 

Scott 


12" 

2 


664 
243 


Sterling 

Union 


18H 
434 


1 


341 

1185 

274 


i 


( 


WashinKton 


153 






20 


1 

1 

1 


Totals 


8184 


4324 


7526 


2698 


8488 


2771 


3902 


0796 


2904 , 


4012 


6891 












• ( 



UTLER COUNTY. 





Pres 

18 


■dent, 
80. 


5 


1 


Governor, 

1881. 


SecVy of 
State, 1882. 




3 


• 
Governor, 1883. 




Townships and Wards. 


^2 
53 


Is 

•Op 




• 

•0 

I £a 

•r ^ 

eS a 


• • 




Si 




• 

2 

o 
>■ 

3 


Falrfleld- 
Eastern Precinct 


73 
116 
102 

503 

93 

193 

184 

69 

153 

140 

478 

97 

143 

89 

211 

165 

234 
162 
425 
166 


191 
255 
245 

733 
150 
196 

236 
165 
291 
293 
389 
287 
276 
212 

s:w 
258 

391 

602 
430 
428 


204 
371 
847 

1826 
246 
889 

370 
235 
444 

435 
86.5 
384 
421 
303 
549 
427 

62.5 
666 
855 
506 


66 

102 

60 

492 

70 

164 

111 

65 

120 

102 

375 

87 

121 

61 

160 

131 

237 
147 
876 
141 


147 
204 
174 

725 

123, 

158' 

191 
154 
249 
253 
320 
230 
204 
178 
2.58 

2o;i 

373 
459 
418 
372 


61 
8.5 
83 

586 

81 

168 

98 

51 
139 
114 
3K.i 

87 
129 

5i 
1.50 
134 

228 
l.-JO 
20a 
1.59 
205 


186 
274 
205 

762 
152 
182 

212 

178 
288 
26.5 

a58 

236 
262 
217 
307 
229 

434 

605 
285 
467 
23t 


254 
360 

288 

1849 
233 
351 

320 
234 
430 
383 
751 
323 
403 
273 
4.57 
365 

660 
7a5 
490 
631 
4.38 


68 

68 

655 

76 

145 

111 

60 

123 

101 

408 
KM 
133 

174 
13)) 

234 
151 
229 
172 
213 


184 
270 
223 

805 
1,56 
178 

210 
163 
281 
273 
390 
2.52 
2^W 
hl5 
295 
264 

420 
561 
276 
436 
240 


8 




258 


Western " 


356 


Hanover 


8 

• •• • • 




296 


Lemon- 
Northern Precinct 

Southern '* 


1361 
232 


Liberty 


"*■ 




325 


Madtson— 
Northern Precinct 






828 


Southern " 

Milford 


2 
7 

8 




227 
4U 


Monran 


383 


Oxford ~ 


802 


Reily 




\ 


357 


Ross 


13 
3 




3K9 


St. Clair 


262 


Union 


471 


W^ftvne 






394 


Hamilton— 
Ist Ward 






658 


2d •• ^ 


718 


3d *• 






.5*r7 


4th " 

5th ** 


2 




613 
456 




1 








-- 1 




1 

41 1.. 




Totals 


3881 


6266 


10118 


3187 


6393 3325 63^4 


9728 


8411 1 6304 


9797 









ELECTION BTATI8TIC8. 



321 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 




1880. 


• 


1 


cc . 


' • 


JM 




^•d 


y.^ 





OB a> 


i^ 


>• 


1 CD 


^ c 


-" 


Jam 
Gar 


•2« 


e; 





AagraAta 

Brown- 
Minerva Precinct. 
Malvern •* 

Center 

East , 

Fox 

Harrison , 

Lee , 

Loudon , 

Monroe 

Dell Uf>y Precinct.. 
LeavIlUvlUe •* .. 

Orange 

Perry 

Ro»e 

Union „... 

Washington 



188 

130 
198 
240 
91 
201 
l.W 
118 
110 
138 



Totals 



210 
110 
116 
84 
148 



86 

54 
1^4 

105 
81 
110 
10.5 
126 
116 



2241 



08 

147 

151 

04 

29 



1560 



276 

184 
3.36 
385 
196 
283 
26.1 
226 
246 
287 



Governor, Sec'ry of 
1881. 'state, 1882. 






CQ 



a a 

x: > 

w ? 

w Q 

H 



5^3 

*4> 



154 

113 
187 
212 
79 
162 
115 
110 
104 
1.50 



311 
257 

2(i8 



3873 



195 
100 
106 
88 
137 



69 

59 

124 

116 

{10 

.52 

90 

97 

119 

139 



9.5 
127 
l.'is 

8<i 
29 



169 

110 
179 

239 
81 
175 
147 
I OH 
114 
15(1 



69 

53 
131 
107 

80 

66 

87 

105 

112 

134 



199 

lot 

77 
118 



91 

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32 



2i 

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242 

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310 
16.3 

228 

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249 
241 
167 
1.50 



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Governor, 1883. 



S.C5 



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CO o 

S OS QD ac 



184 

121 
194 
236 

8;^ 

186 
157 
112 
114 



94 

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2<»2 
105 
114 

79 
1.% 



71 

73 

143 

137 

9.5 

78 

95 

112 

117 



2 
1 

12 
1 



6 
3 
3 



2 
7 



104 

46 

131 

140 

149 

99 

31 



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5 

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260 

197 
340 
396 
182 
270 
255 
234 
231 



287 
108 
416 
246 
268 
178 
168 



3981 



CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 

















■ 










1 Presi 
18 

1 


dent, 
80. 

ISH 
155 
127 
ill 
261 

109 
311 

.167 


1 

1 
1 

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> 

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Governor, 
1881. 

• 


1 Sec'ry of 
; state, 1882. 

' ?c > c 


1 

1 

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1 > 
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1 


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1 

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Townships and Wards. 


- o 

'II 

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1 

• 


^'1 

fill 


Adams 

Concord 

GoHheu 

HarrW^in 


1 

' 1.38 

134 

.548 

i 131 

; 2.56 

14 
201 
1.36 


.r.i 

290 
6!>2 
242 
518 

125 
524 
509 


lis 

. 97 

' 4S<) 

98 

214 

16 

171 

' 103 


; 154 

1.52 

' 106 

87 

220 

88 
272 
328 


, 102 
84 

, 418 

87 

20.5 

' 14 

1 171 

92 

1 


140 
147 

t i 

7.3 

184 

80 
220 
269 


2.50 

2;J«i 
:i,5;i 

168 

:ift9 

9t 
404 
376 


1 .27 
118 
492 

1 225 

24 
195 


189 
180 
131 
102 
275 

106 
29;i 


6 
5 

:io 

8 


"T 


322 
1 .308 
1 6.53 
i 221 
1 500 

1 1.10 

1 494 

1 


JackHon 




JohnM>n— 
Mlllerfttown Precinct.. 


• 




St, Paris 
Mad River 


6 


1 


Terrehaut© Precinct... 


71 
60 

23:i 
181 
27S 
249 
221 

.369 
413 
179 , 


175 
192 

73 

.56 

176 

120 

113 

158 

2a3 

267 


1 




247 
255 

aoA 

240 


Westvllle *♦ 




1 





3 ' 


Rush— 

Lewl«burg Precinct 

Woodstock '• 


240 
196 

tm 

265 ' 

261 , 

360 
407 
193 

299 


71 

39 

191 

144 

119 

1.50 
181 
225 
116 


317 
225 
512 
412 

.380 

510 

588 
419 
419 


' 208 
168 
238 
207 
214 

.309 

3<;s 

176 • 
207 


a3 

.•J5 
128 

N7 
92 

1.*J.5 
162 

2:il 

81 


1,39 
i:i8 
1(« 

170 
18.3 

.300 
323 
187 

i;j7 


.^5 

2.5 
108 

84 

1,38 ' 

177; 

210 
55 


'Mi 
16.5 
2ns 
2M) 
270 

443 

,509 

:i08 
205 


2 




■alem „ 

Union „ 

Urb«na. 

Urban a — 
1st Ward 


6 

■ •••• 





456 
374 
834 

637 
619 
446 

■no 


2d " - 


8d •• « 


Wayne 








Gable Precinct. 


i39' 
108 ' 


58 
63 


5 

1 

77 


1 


202 
162 


Mingo ** 













1 


Totals 


4100 


2865 


7023 


3302 


2421 


2913 


2106 


6237 


3796 


2920 


6798 





21 8 8 



822 



▲VKUAI^ BEPOBT 8BCRETABY OF STXTB. 



CLARKE COUNTT. 



President, 
1880. 



' Governor, Rec*ry of 
1881. Bute, 1882. 



Towiuhlpc and Wards. 



Bethel— 

Donnellsville Prec»t. 

Med way ♦* 

New C'arllRle " 
German— 

Lawrencevllle Prect. 

Tremont 

Green 

Hannony 

Madiiw>n „.... 

Mad Hlver 

Moorefleld 

Pike. „.... 

PleattaiiU 

Bprlngfleld 

Springfield ( ity— 

l8t W^rd 




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8th 

9th 



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44 
44 

44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
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201 

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212 



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85 
66 

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24.i 
111 

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273 
273 

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116 

190 

71 

4-5 

237 

241 

141 

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94 
72 
61 

163 

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1 

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174 


120 


91 


6 


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72 


156 . 


89 


85 


6 


170 


62 


210 


230 


99 


10 



66 
39 

2(i.S 

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27K 
12!J 

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142 

116 

4.'> 

70 

132 

172 

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174 

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311 



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407 178 3.VI 
22t> 239 IW 
•JIH 480 22:i 



227 
19H 
262 
260 
A'M\ 
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?.T2 
277 

7ti;i 

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161 
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101 
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191 
159 



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180 
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560 
412 
315 
391 
379 
677 

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321 
613 



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240 

1(»13 

874 
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6229 4179 10.5M 5164 I 4227 H;;f7 . 3772 n972 6M7 5o50 2()9 i 15 11821 



CLERMONT COUNTY. 



j President,' 

I 1880. I 



Oovornor,; Heo'ry of 
1881. , State, 18.S2. 



Governor, 1883. 






TownslilpH and Wards. 



^ i 



Amelia 

Bantam 

BatJivlH Preelnrt 

Felicity Precinct 

Goshen 

Jackson 

Miami- 
Branch HIU Precinct.. 
Loveland Preclnst.... 

Mllford Precinct 

Newberry Precinct... 

Monroe — 
Laurel Precinct 

Ohio 

Locust Cor. Precinct.... 

Bural Precinct 




I 
c I 



i lb 



c 



370 i 208 
102 
31:; 
328 
Am 215 
415 176 



22 
662 



201 
18.S 
.337 



443 
756 
826 



75 
170 



168 105 



185 

408 

73 

89 



^= 2iZ ^5 






118, 

72 I 
309 ' 
?A%) ' 
210 
202 

107 

80 
154 

62 

182 
296 
186 
100 



192 
117 
2K2 
2t>5 
178 
156 

74 

68 

127 

82 

158 

857 

70 

87 



109 
74 
2X7 
266 
194 
185 

115 
93 

182 
49 

191 

824 

143 

92 



t; a 







322 

2«I8 
581 
5<W 
378 
344 

198 
161 
312 
136 






213 
124 
342 
323 
216 
192 

92 

95 

159 

92 



8a5 


179 


696 


887 


215 


87 


129 


87 1 



5 

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147 

88 
313 
29;i 
191 


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12 

1 


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229 

619 
409 


204 
108 


! 2 

1 
1. 


398 
202 


las 





198 


186 






347 


68 






161 


240 






424 


873 
228 


1 


1 


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Sll 


97 






184 



£L£CTION STATISTICS. 



32$ 



CLERMONT COUNTY-Concluded. 





President, 
188U. 


• 

o 
> 

i 


Qovemor, 
1881. 

1 — 

' ^1 

OC <c O 


Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 


i 

o 
> 


Governor, 1888. 




T«WD8hlpi and Wards. 


• • 




• 

ce Q 
H 


1 

• • 




• 


u 

5S 

O 9 

II 




• 

o 
► 

3 

o 


■tone Lick— 
North Precinct 


71 
124 

261 

111 

6i 

144 

101 
116 
100 
386 


92 
172 

261 

166 
158 
316 

131 
107 
147' 
204 


170 

208 

629 

269 

229 
488 

234 
223 

248 
604 


53 
121 

247 

106 

68 

148 

104 
108 

85 1 
357 


85 
149 

246 

145 
128 
268 

109 
109 
128 
187 


50 
92 

228 

72 

46 
121 

77 

82 

77 

313 


63 
144 

203 

107 
103 

268 

92 
85 

108 
215 


120 
238 

498 

180 
164 
413 

191 
177 
185 
610 


55 
119 

294 

87 

77 

177 

102 
119 
100 
376 


89 
172 

285 

151 
144 

282 

122 
103 
144 
240 


2 
4 

7 


2 
7 


14f 


Booth *• 


29S- 


Talc- 
Bethel Precinct 


69^ 


Union- 
North Precinct 


28$ 


Bcjuth *' 


1 

6 
8 




228^ 


Wayne 


465 


Washington— 
N«vllle Precinct. 


231 


Moscow Precinct 

North 


225 
24» 


WilliauiBburK 


1 

?6 


2 
88 


62f 






Totals 


4i'28 


4417 


8700 


3880 


3V32 


3351 


3692 


7304 


4024 


4366 


8482 











CLINTON COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. I 



<'6 I St 



Governor, 

1881. 



o 

i 

o 
H 



5S ' CO 



SecYy of 
Stale, 1S»2. 






▲dams 

Chester.. 

Clark 

yreen- 

New Antioch Prec't. 

New Vienna 

Jefferson „ 

LlbertT— 

MU Pleasant 

Port Williams 

Mmrion 

Richland 

Union 

Vernon « 

Washington 

Wayne 

Wilson 

Totals 



191 
301 
347 

156 






98 
127 
251 
302 
973 
249 
161 
148 
136 



23 

60 

144 

98 
20;^ 
109 

85 
69 
240 
265 
809 
137 
173 
170 
132 



214 
375 
492 



168 
231 
249 



2r>i I 134 
480 208 
328 175 



135 
li.8 
496 
569 
1286 
390 
334 
318 
269 



8837 2167 6138 8179 1762 



86 
106 
214 
256 
791 
210 
133 
105 
113 



15 
53 
89 

82 

181 

78 

26 
60 
188 
194 
250 
138 
147 
146 
116 



155 
2.i7 
2()'2 

125 
223 
173 

82 

98 
246 
274 
701 
194 
127 
115 ' 
103 






13 

44 

127 

90 
189 

87 

28 

62 
213 i 
225 1 
294 I 
109 I 
145 
145 
108 



Governor, 1883. 



5 
o 
> 

o 



173 
308 
416 

215 
447 
269 

118 
169 
46 J 
516 
1085 
313 
274 
273 
228 






174 
273 

296 

138 
252 
183 

89 
120 
277 
802 
831 
234 
126 
151 
111 







O" 



3115 I 1879 ! 5268 3557 



26 






202 


63 
144 

82 


18 
4 





854 
446 

220 


195 

88 




10 




458' 
27T 


40 

77 
22:1 


2 
8 




131 

202 
SOL 


250 
369 
132 
152 


4 

28 
4 




658 

1228 

871 

278 


166 






819 


119 


10 
88 




240- 


2126 

1 


5784^ 



324 



ANNUAX, KEPOKT SECBETAJiy OF STATE. 



COLUMBIANA COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 




Butler 

Center 

Elk Run „ 

Fairfteld 

Franklin 

Hanover > 

Knox 

Liverpool- 
East Precinct 

West Precinct 

Madison 

Mlddleton 

Ferry- 
North Ward Precinct 
South 

Salem- 

Leetonia Precinct 

Franklin ^^qimrc IJrVl 
Washlnglonville '* 

8t. (Mair 

Unity- 
Unity Precinct 

Eist Palestine Prec't 
New Waterford 

Washington 

Wayne 

West 

Yellow Creek 



290 
6S0 
211 

4m 

51 
340 
ItfO 



108 
319 

2SiJ 

m 

22.i 
273 



_ 



149 

am 

414 
397 

369 



124 
114 _ 

94 I 

149 ; 
;w ; 

81 I 



95 



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1.>1 , 



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> 

s 

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Governor, 


1881. 




• 




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S3 X 


^§ 


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402 


222 


918 


5;i'^ 


4(X> 


155 


7M) 


a-ii 


20'{ 


41 


570 


29« 



68 
293 
r27 
200 
127 
187 
473 im 195 



277 
391 

547 

601 

KiO 



139 im 273 



302 I 
419 ' 



362 
3U 
111 
151 

320 
3i0 

210 
102 

76 

91 I 

71 i 
219 , 



im 

89 
75 

71 
118 

31ft 
57 
45 

lOi 

129 

103 



Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



I- IB 

ee Q 



207 
5.-)2 
145 
326 
47 
301 
141 

372 
273 
117 
162 

3<»2 
296 

23.-1 

IIH 

57 

111 

67 

218 






4<»9 

(W 

275 

572 



2.VJ 
123 
1H9 
Mi 



711 
191 
471 

Ks2 



341 

60 

186 

412 



172 
107 
128 

219 



ToUils ' 6il5 4273 I1122S 5077 .3229 



Governor, 1883. 



S 

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> 



o 






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9 

OX 



314 
124 
23.5 
129 
186 
244 

271 

317 

102 

89 

93 
165 

301 
5'.) 
54 

129 

141 
115 



807 

876 
28.5 
6.38 
isft 
491 
387 

6t)3 
616 
224 
280 

449 

519 

Otil 
n»8 
142 
245 

2-53 



34. 

182 
4.->7 



5087 



193 ' 
Kw , 
IIH ' 
269 



669 
16) 
;i39 

7.r2 



3885 t 9(91 



265 
&J9 
181 

at5 

41 

311 
190 

4.32 
:UK) 
134 
210 

37S 

2.'vS 

ii;* 

7S ( 
128 

.39 



110 

^4 

146 

273 

1.36 
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73 

70 

127 

in* 

l:u» 



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f>K 


73 


1 37N 


248 


•* • 

/•J 


113 


240 


172 


■"* 


410 


' .^)951 


438t» 



8 



265 


•» 


227 


6 


214 


12 


108 


5 


114 




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9 
11 
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10 

1 

19 

11 
•1 

17 



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3 



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o 

> 

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391 
894 
338 
715 
195 

458 

685 

2.V) 
Ml 

534 
608 

663 
197 
166 

200 

149 
:J8;1 
170 
7«i2 
190 
421 
8!*8 



10895 



COSHOCTON COUNTY 



President, 

1880. 



Townships and Wards. ' . : ^ j 



9C -^ 



3, C I 



= 5 >S 



Adams 

Bedford 

BethUhem.... 

Clark 

Crawford ..... 

Franklin 

Jackson 

JclFerson 

Koene 

Lafayette .... 

Linton 

Mill Oiek..., 

Monroe 

New Castle .. 

Oxford 

Perry 

Pike 

Tiverton 

Tuscarawas.. 

Vin?inia 

Washington 
White Eyes. 



Totals 



120 

124 

87 

113 

.59 

95 

242 

104 

144 

115 

173 

52 

112 

94 

124 

81 

88 

56 

4m 

160 

las 
111 



2831 



1.39 
102 
117 
l,3(i 
2.-)7 
l.W 
216 
LSO 

78 
147 
245 

97 
129 
145 
134 
147 
106 
139 
496 

87 

72 
118 



3140 



Governor, Sec'ry of i 

1881. SUte, 18K2.' 



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> 

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226 

204 

249 

31rt 

249 

459 

284 
•^>•» 

262 
419 
14*) 
241 
241 
2.-)J> 
22H 
194 
203 
973 
247 
181 
2.30 









110 

117 

77 

77 

43 

80 

2«>.'i 

101 

120 

97 

140 

.50 

a3 

73 

97 

66 

81 

42 

409 

1.38 

99 

101 



6296 2116 






£5 



I 



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129 
108 
100 
I'K) 

2;r7 

131 
199 
172 

76 
129 
217 

90 
113 
120 
108 
126 

8!> 
118 
489 

80 

72 
11« 



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H 






91 

121 

64 

74 

31 

67 
194 
100 
120 

75 I 
1.30 ' 

46 

87 

76 

84 

61 

7.) 

43 
4.32 
143 

89 

86 



-II 



3119 I 2289 



126 

90 
lOS 
118 
184 
122 
2(r2 
168 

6J) 
120 
217 

80 
110 
115 

93 
119 

137 

4<*8 

81 

73 

113 



8032 



Governor, 1883. 



S 



o 



I 



218 
217 
172 
192 
215 
180 
.'«« 
271 
18!» 
IJHi 
347 
120 
19S 
210 
ISO 
IKJ 
l.'vS 
18.? 
928 
225 
162 
201 



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I 



111 

12.'» 

71 

91 

51 

M 

22.; 

I'lS 

i.t; 
n-6 

4.3 

lUl 

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121 

8;{ 

79 

47 

477 

153 

113 

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144 

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l:>7 
220 
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69 
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12.'". 



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5357 , 2678 



1 12:1 


17 




1 119 


1 




140 
9ti 










141 


8 


552 


1 




90 






71 




124 


1 1 


340e 


84 





•2V6 
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199 

281 
278 
218 
4.iO 
294 
l!it6 
2.^0 
405 
148 

229 
241 
:a3 
179 
196 

um 

214 
184 
223 



6m 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



825 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 



<'6 






Qi 






o 

$ 

o 
H 



Governor, 

1881. 



8*: 



8ec*y of 
State, 1882. 



• 




•o 


• • 


2g 


^§ 




sa 


•a> 


cBf 


oo 


3.^ 


H 


•-a/; 



5 

o 
> 



o 



Governor, 1888. 



IS 






to flC 

« C 



Aubam 

Bucyrus 

Chatfleld.... 
Cranberry... 

Ihtllas 

Gallon City 

Ist Ward .. 

2d 

3d " „ 

4th " 

Holmes 

Jackson .„... 
JefTerson . .. 

Liberty 

Lykens„ 

Polk 

band ask y ... 

Texas 

Tol 

Vernon^ 

Whetstone- 
Totals... 



142 


138 


476 


728 


22 


280 


71 


888 


58 


41 



59 
121 
196 
173 
14:^ 
266 

71 
196 
108 

67 
83 

115 
55 

146 



2622 



192 
200 
239 
155 
250 
449 
200 
206 
177 
160 
100 
66 
158 
205 
285 



4667 



284 
1218 
302 
417 
101 

252 
322 
440 
834 
394 
718 
286 
418 
286 
214 
168 
162 
273 
260 
431 



7270 



100 

408 

20 

47 

44 

34 

98 

134 

147 

107 

233 

46 

160 

77 

37 

41 

51 

45 

39 

99 



1967 



89 
640 
216 
300 

30 

139 
157 
178 
120 
175 
8&1 
187 
167 
148 
127 
72 
58 
1.W 
157 
214 



3608 



95 


104 


414 


717 


13 


205 


83 


2?45 


47 


35 


47 


140 


•87 


154 


100 


197 


119 


121 


96 


174 


163 


873 


36 


127 


134 


169 


59 


127 


40 


124 


46 


68 


69 


,58 


63 


10.J 


26 


185 


81 


190 


1767 


3658 



221 


142 


1158 


574 


219 


15 


339 


73 


85 


68 



188 
255 
823 
261 
281 
.^7 
IhO 
337 
194 
165 
126 
131 
171 
215 
275 



5671 



43 
106 
187 
162 
121 
226 

61 
200 

88 

42 

69 j 

86 ! 

98 I 

36 
131 



148 
867 
256 
827 
41 

168 
202 
218 
146 
224 
422 



8 



14 
3 



2478 



173 
193 
166 
160 


6 
3 
1 





82 






74 






142 

205 


4 




253 


8 
~42^ 




4457 


7 



CUYAHOGA lOUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, i 
1880. , 



Governor, 
1881. 



See'y of 
State, 1882. 



<2 



— O 



^O 



P 




Governor, 1883. 



— I 






® 5 
if O 



c 

eS 
C 






XI' ' 

= '*•*! 



Bedford 


312 
192 


127 


Brerksvllle 


67 


Brooklyn- 




Village Precinct 


217 


103 


South " 


142 


102 


W«*8t Cleveland Prec... 


ir>8 


111 


Chairrln Falls 


iisa 


m 


C'lfvolMiid— 






Ht W«rd-A 


547 


m)o 


B 


mi) 


295 


2d Ward-A 


G()0 


25;3 


B 


4Mi 


226 


3d Wanl 


401 


r.s8 


4lh Wurd— A 


812 


2:n» 


B 


6:o 


h\>l 


5ili Ward -A 


4<W 


mn 


B 


4 IS 


576 


«th Ward— A 


1517 


031 


B 


H>.VJ 


'2V.i 


Tth Ward 


mc, 


7U7 


Pth Ward 


241 


H70 


»th Ward 


577 


577 


loth Ward-A 


IM) 


B 


493 


;^66 


nth Ward-A 


rjo 


711 


B 


409 


3fM> 


I2th W»rd 


817 


681 


Ltth •* 


mi 

««2 


511 


I4th •* 


609 


I5th *• 


«2S 

609 
1095 


431 


16th *' 


19»> 


I7th *• 


1S5 


18th " 


728 



I 



I 
457 : 
262 I 

323 I 
247 I 
272 ! 
405 ' 



952 
971 

Hiri 

728 

7SS 

l.itri 
1174 

21S2 
l.Ul 
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rj()7 
l.SM) 

\m 

872 
1101 

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l.'v'HJ 

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ll'.'v-, 
1080 

sol 

1858 



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5 

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289 
1454 
272 
406 
109 

218 
816 
SS2 
828 
849 
660 
247 
897 
255 
202 
151 
161 
245 
241 
387 



7024 



5 
o 
> 

o 



218 


116 ' 


287 


135 


441 


280 


157 


17 


456 


146 


46 

1 


134 


62 


207 


144 


97 


15 


257 


157 


83 


164 


112 


286 


220 


ISO 


1 1 


832 


87 


83 ! 


HI 


104 


189 


98 


123 


1 


221 


95 


oii 


;i; 


162 


2X1 


147 


142 


1 1 


291 


259 


60 1 


224 


b» 


a27 


2bO 


loo 


26 


406 


827 


532', 


9;» 


934 


1896 


918 


931 


8 


1888 


"'830' 


........ 

1 


"m 


'578 


■'isbT 


'931' 


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2:;y 


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71*6 


2.'>i 


451 


( 

1 




702 


1080 


500 


9Ki 


1075 


2120 


1141 


1150 


23 i i 


2822 


528 


lou ; 


• • • •• • . 

592 


"1*523* 


iiiiis" 


"*67'0 


"1472 


"2 "2 


**21W 


"liK2 


"702" 


1241 


**i*.*:*(w 


2015 


1U3 


"131*8 


"ili'.'Z 


"'2766 


669 


177 


MM 


277 


1124 


900 


316 


11 ; 


1238 


75*1 


592 


807 


lO'iO 


1740 


SJW 


1044 


6l 


1982 


17H 


634 


2<>4 


1214 


1117 


226 


911 




1137 


r>91 


4H 


5M' 


T.io 


1343 


(W6 


716 


3 


1386 


826 


514 


K18 


954 


IS20 


987 


943 


8 1 


1948 


814 


857 


716 


*15'22 


2-:92 


849 


1551 


4 ;":;;. 

. 1 


2400 


5W 


443 ^ 


475 


11-25 


1627 


636 


1207 


7 


1861 


02.5 


401 1 


613 


827 


14S2 


7t*4 


KJl 


2 , 11 


1629 


41H 


:il.l 1 


:r74 


\K]S 


i;iJ3 


548 


um 


10 


1504 


517 


3«2 


5.S1 


58;{ 


1 l:t» 


703 


681 


14 


1396 


46:t 


ISO 


5S2 


32(i 


92 "i 


820 


•M)i\ 


17 > 


1144 


4«.5 


117 


542 


2.S5 


797 


641 


3W 


11 


967 


739 


678 


1016 


697 


1720 


1042 


807 


2 


1852 



ANMUAl. REPORT SECRETARY OF flTATE. 
CUYAHOOA. COUNTY-Conoluiled. 







•-T* 


I* 


1 




Sou 
state 

"1 


■■,15. 

Si 
II 




aovsrnor, 188S. 




Towniblps «nd W 


rd^! . 
"3 




1 

i 




i 

1 


27 

i 

m 

1 


m 
m 

1 

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m 

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DARKE I.OUNTY. 






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-"K.'^4-":::: 





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II Prpolnct.... 



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iii 




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,-,157 


n.-2^ 


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12H 


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i 



"1^1 I 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



327 



DEFIANCE COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


> 


Governor, 

1881. 


8ec» 
State 


ryof 
1,1882. 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1888. 




Tofrnsblps and Wards. 


• • 

as 


Win field 8. 
Hancock. 


00 42 


John W. 
Bookwalter. 


• 

X C 

^ 

H 


James W. 
Newman. 




• 


Ferdinand 
ftchum«cher. 


ao 


i 

O 
> 


Adatns 


60 
591 


283 
894 


343 
1504 


39 
601 


224 
784 


33 
66 

176 

155 

104 

• 101 


230 

88 

276 
275 
117 
137 


264 
154 

460 
440 
226 
242 


56 
75 

96 

59 

92 

107 

76 

86 

92 

169 

304 

118 

80 

114 

60 

•84 

23 

106 

. 79 


222 

88 

114 
74 
139 
162 
182 
217 
222 
114 
304 
166 
156 
167 
140 

110 






'US 


I>eflauce 






168 


I)ellanc« — 
1st Ward 


1 




218 


2d •• 













188 


3d •* 










"l 


1 

6" 


282 


4th •* 


... 


••••••••* 








260 


5lh •• 










260 


etn •♦ 






,, ,,, -..-.... _t .. ..... 






310 


Delaware 


95 
178 
271 
129 
107 
160 

76 

78 

26 

117 

89 


242 
120 
297 
1.58 
155 
187 
143 

125 
104 
226 
206 


838 
309 
671 
289 
263 
847 
219 

203 
130 
344 
299 


lbs 
227 
124 

68 
134 

59 

79 

18 

103 

61 


161 
95 
230 
117 
133 
146 
116 

96 

86 

171 

139 


86 
141 
283 
115 

75 

im 

72 

79 
19 
85 
74 


215 
89 
287 
143 
139 
151 
129 

111 

85 
213 
180 


801 
2.^ 
677 
258 
212 
286 
202 

190 
104 
298 
254 


316 


Farnoer 


2 
8 


1 


290 


Hioksville 


618 


Hlirhlaod 


284 


Mark 






286 


Mllford 






281 


Noble 






201 


Richland— 
North Precinct 






196 


South '* 


94 






117 


Tiffin 


210 
211 


3 


••••• 


819 


Washington ^ 


289 




8 




Totals 


1977 


3140 


5150 


1740 


2451 

1 


1797 


2865 


4698 


1876 


3082 15 


4984 







DELAWARE COUNTY. 



President, 
1880. 



Townships and Wards, i . . i *^* 



I *^ 



<3 'SfS 



Berkshire 

Berlin 

Brown 

Concord 

Delaware t'>wn8hlp 

Delaware C'ity— 

Ut Ward 

2d *• 

8d " 

4th " 

.5th •* 

Genoa 

Harlera 

Klnirstou 

Liberty Precinct No. 1. 
Liberty Precinct No. 2. 

Marlborough 

Orange 

Oxford 

Porter 

Radnor 

Hoioto 

Thompson 

Trenton 

Troy 

ToUlt 



264 
188 
145 
104 
116 

258 

im 

177 

90 

1(55 

lO^i 

120 

122 

78 

87 

6t 

Kil 

2»16 

139 

264 

149 

8.5 

88 

115 



3508 



146 
128 
118 
185 
119 

69 

93 

115 

167 

270 

151 

146 

3S 

93 

78 

49 

92 

12.1 

m 

74 

246 
15H 
l.J<» 
102 



Governor, 

1881. 





> 
I 
o 



416 

328 
279 
2^9 
275 

a-w 

293 

m7 

2«?:J 
A:Mi 
259 
270 
161 
167 
16S 
117 
269 
3.S5 
212 
.^2 
420 
242 

•2;{9 

217 



2968 



6643 



Scc'ryof • 
Stale, 1882, 






225 
182 
117 
75 
139 

2:^6 

178 

154 

80 

143 

h9 

96 

11« 

65 

70 

61 

141 

177 

135 

'2:i^'^ 

126 

66 

62 

103 



3066 



.-I 



~ c 



T. 2 

— O 

ce a 






166 
128 
91 
164 
107 

^j 
77 

l(i9 

151 

2H7 

122 

181 

70 

40 

80 

119 

62 

70 

208 

131 

107 

96 



2643 



... ' 



223 
176 
131 
8U 
122 

2*12 

im 

170 

8^ 

151 

85 

0.3 

lOH 

61 

<J7 

62 

117 

175 

127 

210 

104 

57 

5.5 

110 



^1 

C it 



153 
125 

8;^ 

140 
120 

62 
119 
120 

310 

IIH 

127 

31 

74 

.39 

a3 
\'^\ 

73 

190 

l.'W 

94 

95 



Governor, 1883. 



o 
> 

o 



3D O 



1^ 



®- l5ff ?° 

?^C ,5j3 «C 



O 



lit, c 



ce c 

•-5 



392 
311 
243 
233 
260 

336 
29(» 
3J6 
2C<» 

4«;9 

213 
131 
14H 
140 
149 
10.') 
20,3 
30.5 
187 
.304 

;e8 

19« 
169 
2U5 



3015 2691 6004 



247 
185 
139 

\yi 

152 

269 

181 

168 

l:U) 

178 

107 

98 

122 

84 

81 

58 

156 

188 

1.32 

2:« 

138 

79 

78 

108 



161 
124 
113 
178 
128 

77 
122 
1.32 
175 
315 
143 
151 

43 

\n 

m 

44 

9.5 
145 > 

66 

98 ' 
239 
141 I 
1.31 
114 



23 
6 

21 
4 

19 

17 
8 

25 
5 

10 
3 
8 
5 
3 
6 



a403 



21 
4 
3 

10 

14 
9 

23 
1 



3118 ,276 



5 

O 

o 



483 
816 
274 
276 
801 

886 
812 
876 
800 
608 
258 
267 
170 
181 
174 
104 
278 
888 
204 
842 
421 
229 
288 
228 



328 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ERIE COUNTY. 





rds. 


President, 
1880. 


2 
o 

> 

3 


H 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 


2 

o 
> 


Qovernor 


\ 188S. 




Townshipsand Wai 


si 


11 




•^ 5 


H 1 


• • 

•-5 55 


jag 

n 

o o 


053 

I 


• 


• 

oD m 


• 

3 


Berlin 


336 
191 
112 
232 
117 
287 
306 
114 
211 
158 

398 


176 
128 
131 
198 
76 
156 
187 
157 
188 
244 

80:^ 


555 
326 
243 
441 
195 
445 
550 
277 
400 
417 

702 


215 
156 

79 
188 
110 
240 
256 

98 
166 
120 

306 


165 
104 
129 
166 
64 
131 
173 
117 
167 
203 

288 


259 
165 

94 
171 

17 
206 
255 

97 
154 
110 

332 


153 
118 
117 
188 
140 
15.3 
185 
146 
180 
215 

349 


459 
287 
215 
380 
16i 
380 
496 
216 
347 
329 

6H4 



241 
168 

87 
174 

64 
166 
258 

82 
143 
157 


198 
124 
131 
205 
119 
228 
214 
161 
208 
229 


41 
2 


10 
2 


400 


Florence 

Oroton 


• •■•••• 


286 
218 


Huron 


5 


7 


383 


Kelley'8 Island 


lae 


Mintaretta. 


16 

12 

3 

8 

7 


'20 


"l 


400 


Milan 


501 


Oxford 


240 


Perkins 


358 


Vermillion 


885 


Bandusky City— 
1st Ward 




Ist '• Precinct 
1st *• *' 


\. 


"201 
109 


"207" 
196 






408 


B 
















1 




306 


2d " 




391 


270 


662 


339 


273 


310 


334 


651 




2d *• Precinct 


A 


■"i96'* 
64 


"*i83"* 
170 






37V 


2d " ** 


R 






::::::j :::::::: 










2S4 


3d *' 




316 


319 


639 


285 


300 


251 


422 


674 








3d " I reel not 


"a" 


*i64 
53 


276 
171 






441 


3d •• " 


B 












1 1 






224 


4th " 




310 


382 


692 


'ZS7 


344 


'243 


445 


698 








4th ** Precinct 


A 


163 < 

78 
61 




353 
194 
526 




518 


4th " ♦' 


B 






:::::::::i :::::::: 












— 


274 


5th *» 




182 


390 


572 


140 


356 


81 


464 


546 

1 






587 






95 


40 




Totals 


3661 


3305 


7116 


2985 


2960 


2745 


;^609 


' 6556 

1 


2629 


4093 


6017 







FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 



President, 

1880. 



Townships and Wards. 



^2 
43 



t* 



Amanda ! 

Berne- 
Sugar (Jrove Precinct..] 

Berno Towns'p " .., 
Bloom— ' 

Greencastle Precinct.. 

Llthopolls ♦• ..J 

Clear Creek 

Qreenfleld— 

Carroll Precinct 

Green tield 

IIockhiK 

Liberty 

Madt.son 

Pleasant 

Richland ... 
Rush Creek 

Violet 

Walnut 

Lancaster— 

lat \Vttr4... 

2d •* „ 

3d 

4th 

5th 



it 



Totals 



191 

37 
106 

80 

70 

157 

106 

170 
2H(» 
10.'i 
2<)l 
164 
19ii 
l.'Hl 
250 

216 
192 
120 

86 
98 



2 

G 

C 



o 

C8 



310.S 



276 
176 

177 

\n 

341 

9S 
ITi 
2<iO 
520 
214 

:ti7 

225 

m\ 

310 

228 
116 
203 
1'23 
114 



2 

o 

> 



o 



242 ! 435 



312 

283 

26fi 
2>l 

Am 

20.-) 
2J>7 
4;^) 
7h7 
317 
52S 

•m\ 
m\ 

50(» 
57N 

4iO 
310 

at2 

211 
215 



Governor, 

1881. 






171 

40 
92 

68 
123 

103 
1.32 
U) 

2:t") 
70 
IK-} 
131 
17S 
Oi 
227 

182 

100 

OS 

50 

91 






4842 * 70{>2 • 2«5(] 



213 

227 
l.')9 

112 
143 
300 

87 
l.«» 
22:^ 
402 
las 
3^*7 
177 
ISO 
320 
2i«» 

211 
12f) 
20(i 
122 
113 



Hec'ry of I 
State, 1882.1 



eC C 



•^ 08 



160 

40 
61 

61 
91 

101 
121 
127 
213 

7S 
140 
115 
131 

iH) 
201 

181 

\m 
97 

72 
97 



188 

197 
134 

111 

251 

90 
122 
lS<i 
471 
VM 
•2<to 
h^M 
1.5.5 
3H 
30U 

•221 
121 
ISO 

KM) 

119 



O 
> 

o 



Governor, 1883. 






I 1. 1 






3 

o 

3 
o 

H 



352 192 



241 

200 



42 
92 



214 82 
217 K\ 
a50 132 



200 
248 
313 
724 
215 
416 
317 
322 
42.-! 
517 

40<{ 
2S2 



116 
125 
160 
277 
89 
XVA 
178 
1S3 
131 
256 

190 
ISO 



4.348 2501 , loai I 



277 
ISl 
217 


110 > 
72 
99 


66:12 


29T2 



228 






421 


2.54 







389 


168 






260 


168 
164 


I 





251 
248 


300 
87 


1 

1 


485 

20§ 


140 

230 


I 


2ri 

392 


.5;« 

18(J 

:tis 


...' :::::: 


815 
270 
&.30 


I8.n 

1S2 
370 
.356 

224 


■'26 




873 
384 
607 
623 

1 419 


124 






rfloa 
322 
200 
242 


208 


1 


128 






143 












4713 


25 


77T2 



ELECTION 8TATI8IIC8. 



329 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



i 


President, 
1880. 


o 
> 

2 


Governor, 
1881. 


8ec»l 
State 


T of 

1,1882. 

»e 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


<2 

4o 


Wlnfleld 8. 
Hancock. 


5*: 


John W. 
Bookwalter. 


eea 


^^ 

§■2 

107 
260 
443 
140 
117 
326 
203 


88 
93 
214 
278 
175 
106 
161 
85 


Ferdinand 
Schumacher. 


1 


i 

o 

I 


Concord 


100 
109 
254 
451 
150 
102 
827 
221 

.345 
558 


102 
94 
236 
2a5 
178 
129 
19H 
86 

273 
351 


204 
203 
490 
739 
832 
231 
525 
810 

620 
921 


92 
98 
224 
877 
113 
88 
262 
196 

314 
612 


79 

78 
203 
220 
129 

80 
145 

82 

249 
817 


109 
85 
221 
861 
100 
103 
278 
178 


62 

75 

196 

216 

, 119 

81 
114 

91 

• 


171 
163 
417 
608 
255 
184 
893 
270 

• •a •• ••• 


177 


Oraene - 






244 


Jasper 






474 


Jefferson 


"lb 

1 


17 


78& 


Madison 


883 


Marion 


225 


Paint 


488 


Perry 




298 


Union- 
West Precinct 







East *♦ 














Union— 
Precinct No. 1 


186 
295 
161 
167 
146 


126 
177 
180 
146 

128 


816 
478 
295 
316 
307 


212 
348 
202 
191 
196 

2839 


139 
231 
133 
164 
158 


2 




854 


" 2 ; 


'•••••• 




57» 


♦* 8. ' 
















841 


A 1 


2 
17 

87 


17 


86a 


Wayne 


213 


179 


895 
4970 


177 


140 


871 






Totals j 


2830 


2111 


2453 


1717 


2394 


1661 


4173 


2015 


4974 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 





' President, 
1880. 


. 
o 



> 

c 

551 
227 
373 
572 
.'171 
488 
291 

511 

4;i7 

470 
4:« 
4m 

370 
311 

550 
47»; 

2S.'l 

m 

471 
321 

471 
5IS 
792 i 
220 , 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec* 
Stati 

« c 

^ C 
H 


ryof 

S 1882. 

• . 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1883. 


Townships and Wards. 


\<^ 

346 
126 
140 
250 
168 
144 
82 

176 
178 
124 
1«7 
215 
218 
124 
230 
212 
164 
ft-, , 
224 
113 1 

I5n ! 

169 
l.-iO 
2U i 


1 . 
ao . 

•MM W 

168 

ltM» 

229 
.321 
20(» 
.3.H 

200 

332 

2Vt 

343 

241 

IK-J 

150 1 

1S2 

310 

2r^) 

118 

29 

22X 

18.'i 

314 

377 
ft'Jl 
198 1 
.........1 




• 

u 
c 


II 


C ae 


' I- 

ro * 

ce o 

-1 


• 1 


Blendon 


256 
109 
1()8 
237 
132 
116 
56 

134 
141 
110 
|:{2 
192 
16<> 

9!» 
184 
16.5 
141 

49 
16:{ 

89 

128 

133 

140 

27 


154 
73 
176 
240 
171 
267 
190 

240 
21'6 

197 
157 
145 
172 
246 
226 
10«) 
24 
2*)7 
178 

20S 
378 
610 
173 


266 

79 
113 
194 
111 

94 

39 

123 
146 

61 ' 
127 
16.'» 
149 

81 
145 
142 1 
115 1 

ft3 1 
161 
lOK 

100 
N7 
62 
15 
41 


145 

60 
161 
248 
140 
210 
177 

231 
217 

297 
179 
\r*) 
1(17 
15.3 
2<6 
190 . 

(W 

15 1 
\K\ 
150 

308 

481 : 

441 [ 
211 \ 
236 ' 


4.52 

i;i9 

275 
443 

2."i6 

\m 

22.3 

.SJ)0 

364 

32.'> 

:{2I 

2(W , 

2.57 

3.->l 

;t« , 

IHl ' 

78 

;co 

281 
408 ' 
50.3 

22<; 

282 ' 


320 
113 
148 
243 

i;j8 

116 

56 

161 
142 
112 
144 

196 . 
186 i 
KM 1 
196 ■ 
171 
151 

as 

212 
137 

i;» 

109 
96 
36 
69 


176 
91 

246 
a"J8 
190 

288 
216 

283 

2:>< 
;aM) 

251 
181 
158 
178 
*M) 
2«W 
lO-J 
2.'. 
221 
\i>y 

:«6 

4W! 
413 
237 
241 


! ^ 

'■ 8 
2 

|28 
' 2 

1 21 
, 13 

1. 

7 
10 

5 
12 
16 

1 
1 

• *• • 

21 

7 

1 

1 


667 


Brown „ 


204 


Clinton 


897 


Franklin 


584 


Hamilton .„ 


381 


Jackson 


.. 1 435 


Jeflcrson 


274 


Madlnon— 

Groveport Precinct.... 

Winchester 
Marlon.. 


468 

402 

501 


Mifflin 

Norwich 

Ferry 


8 410 

388 

349 


Plain. 


294 


Pleasant 


613 


Prairie « 


432 


Sharon 

Worthlngton Prec't... 
Tmro^ 


1 260 

; 90 

456 


Washington 

Columbas— 

1st Wsrd— A 

•• R. 

2d *• A 


809 

2 469 
2 679 
8 1 537 


R 

(• 


' .274 

; 811 



330 



ANNUAL. REPORT 8E0RETART OF 8TATE. 



FftANKLIN COUNTY— Concluded. 





ships and Wards. 


President, 
1880. 




> 


Governor, 

1881. 


See' 
State 


y of 

,1882. 

• m 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1683. 




Town 




53 

Sssd 


3^ 


^1 

•-9 


IS 


IS 


1^^ 

OH 


• 

1 

9^XS 


si 


i 



> 


3d 


Ward 
It 

i* 

»t 

ti 

44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
44 
(4 
44 
44 
44 
(4 
44 
44 
44 
44 

ttals ... 


A 

B 


169 
82 
275 
283 
446 
351 


1 

2:» 

205 
257 
275 
200 


412 
166 
4»4 
550 
729 
653 


148 
58 
275 
'261 
217 
•271 
188 
•281 
144 
126 
246 
263 
531 
200 
172 
271 

■2m 

375 

77 

.V>4 


242 
89 
173 
2.34 
2.53 

16;^ 

47 

178 
148 

\m 

204 
197 
•249 
140 
84 
107 
'278 
KJ.5 
184 


V7 

52 
245 
242 
224 
•2.37 
190 
281 
143 

92 
191 
•232 
.50^ 
19.) 
165 
28.3 
344 
294 

76 
.39.5 


297 
96 
•231 
300 
312 
179 
45 
145 
206 
149 
l.'iO 
•208 
•20S 
'294 
170 
84 
170 

181 
•204 


895 
149 
482 
556 
545 
418 
244 
4:16 
3,51 
2.50 
SSO 
444 
722 
4ia 
338 
873 
525 
673 
'262 
620 


157 
101 
269 
267 
261 
243 
•204 
;W7 
168 
125 
•210 
•291 
670 
'226 
236 
296 
475 
334 
110 
641 


322 
102 
217 
325 
326 
201 

53 
213 
264 
181 
177 
239 
•234 
360 
188 

95 
244 
454 
193 
272 


1 

2 


T 


480 

909 


4Lh 


A 


483 


5tb 


B 

A 

B 


8 


7 



698 




I 


449 




c 


1 


..._ 


289 


6th 




' 2.5S * 
HI 
202 
2:J3 
317 
536 
2.35 
203 
•292 
311 
3.57 
94 


147 

8.3 

2.59 

215 
193 
2.52 
102 
81 
181 
.329 
185 


• 413 
147 
477 
.384 
.5.3.5 
731 
496 
309 
37H 
501 
694 
279 


638 


7th 


A 


439 




B 

A 






810 


8th 


2 

1 
6 
3 

"2* 


8 
2 

"2 
8 


394 


9th 


B 

A 


684 

810 




B 


696 


10th 

• 

nth 


A 

B 


429 
896 
659 


i2th 


A 


2 


9 


14 

2 

14 


806 




B 


806 


13th 




937 




A 


312 

58 


141 
00 


4H5' 
120 






B 




"*:ri :::" :! 














14th 




333 


211 


382 


292 


682 


482 


354 


8 


7 


868 




A 


24 


231 

.-io 


571 

:>4 






B 
























7663 









235 


77 




To 


9438 


9863 


19.579 


8277 


8822 


9252 


17276 


9.522 


11034 


20909 



FULTON COUNTY. 































Pros! 

4*0 


^ent, 
JO. 


• 



> 


Governor, 

1881. 

• 

Si- 1 cl 


Sec' 
State 


y of 

,1882. 




> 

H 

270 

2<»:{ 
8.;o 
•220 
2:r7 
310 

:m 

443 

•220 
•2.'HI 
.318 
574 

4;)04 


Governor, 1883. 




^ownshipsand Wards. 


• 

<* 


2 

11 

-5/; 


152 
143 
5K3 
16.3 
101 

2n5 

105 
2; JO 
187 
1.32 
•221 
3lt8 


1 u 

± ' Vf 


5S 
«1 

1 

6 

13 

2 

"2 
"T 


2 



3 


Amboy 

CheKt<*rrtel(l 

Clinton 


104 
.591 

18S 

rm 

'221 
161 
•J<)() 
204 
1K5 
'224 
379 


1 

115 

70 
2;W , 

.5.3 
1*2.3 ' 
144 1 

•2»r7 1 

•275 ' 

51 

89 1 
1'24 , 
231 1 


.316 

249 
mi 

2.59 
870 
4.36 
.542 
2.59 
'275 
.350 
018 


145 
121 
491 
131 
l'2<; 

mi 
12:? 

19() 
101 
|:iO 
180 
.320 


'2h 

UH) 

31 

!h; 

Ml 

17.5 

ITS 

.37 

77 

89 

172 


131 
1:K» 

rm 

144 
117 
IK.5 
Hih 
2«>S 
10.5 
12.S 
210 
340 


119 

40 
'24.3 

48 
110 
121 

:ir^ 

191 
43 

a5 
111 

194 

1,588 


118 

60 

•274 


17 
9 

28 


2»1 
218 
901 


Dover 


74 ' 17 


257 


Franklin 


1*25 

129 
292 
'2:^ 
73 
93 
134 
240 


6 

"iT 
27 
3 


2SS 


Fulton 

German 

Gorham 


842 
407 
497 


Pike 

Royalton 

f4wan (-'reek 


284 
261 


11 
27 

156 


8 

1 

29 


309 


York 


637 






Totals 


2912 


1787 


4801 


2322 


r2:io 


2(15 


'2.590 


1850 


4677 











ELBCTIOM iTATISnCS. 



OALLIA COUNTY. 





'•Tffi"'' 


5 


Gov„.„,. 


slr;^^ 


1 


QOTenior. 1883. 




Towuhlpa and Wardi. 


Jl 


** 


II 


II 


fl 






i 


Ij 


II 


3 




11 

i 

i 

M 

i 


ITS 

m 

1 

107 

l| 

i 


SOS 

s 

1 

i 

IS 

272 

ass 


i 

40 

s 

IM 


su 

1 

sa 

1 

I.'jH 

7S 
2S 


11.1 

187 
IS7 


IS2 

4- 
tH 

78 

'i 

84 

1 

103 
170 


211 

i 
i 

82e 

Z6B 

aw 


37 

S 

2oe 

Si 

i 

1&! 

1 


1 

48 

i 

118 

1 

180 
SB 


1 282 


ChMbIra 


285 

an 


tSSS^^:.~—:r 


408 


SSK-'^zr; 


1 34? 












ass 






itaiiipoii*— 




















Tot»l« 


S48a 


.. 


58Sfi 


affii 


llt2tf 


"" 


1771 


1411 


"" 


2172 


■"•I- 


S38« 



Ta«ii>hlp« HDd Wiird!. 



Hwopdrn 

Bnaubura ... 
Mlddlellpld .. 
Mont*IIIe .... 



.... tm 

.... 17" 
...,l 174 



it 



7H| 1 
HI I i 



i nil! ) 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0BETABY ( 
QRBENE COUNTY. 





Pr«.^«n, 


1 

2 


Gov. 

i 




SecTy of 

Staid, 1882. 


1 

1 
5 


Oovernor, U8S. 




Townships and WardB. 


11 il 

= 3 I^B 


ll 
^1 






If ll 


1 


Balh- 

Falrflold PreclDCt 

Osborn 


175 

m 

1 


179 

ino 

■I 

IS 

m 

102 

an 


SSfi 

anti 
Sfrr 
W2 

IM 
47« 
250 

s 

eno 

1 


■S3 
273 

1 

4« 

i 


142 

im 
so 

IM 
112 

1 

lOJ 

% 


1 

s 

m 

197 


138 

IM 
H.7 

lilH 
100 
SH 

2« 


arra 

2M 
321 

1 

330 
SI2 

1 

»7 

;s 


Ll 
iO 

IKS 
4t«7 

,„ 

IMI 

-m 
-.« 

152 


187 

108 
2WI 

128 

155 

143 

m 

1 


301 


















WpHlern " 


MB 


















Xeiilo 

in Ward . 


271 


























Totala 


4ftJr 


2456 


"" 


sm 


200U 


WTO 


2082 


6=2, 


4878 


24» 


i4»i 1 Twa 






iUEBNSE 


CO 


■liTY 












INHO. 

m 

II 

lii m 

ill 

li i 


■ lu.,v, 

I'll 

1-4 j l(B 
222 { 121 

ITW ; ITS 

ill 

31 » tIEl 

SS IS 

i p 

i' i 


if. 

'1 

'*} 

mi 

i 


State. ll»i 


1 

2 
,2 


Oovernor. I88J. 




TownsLlpg and W.irdn. 


^^ 1 3» lii t;-^ 


! 


Adaini. 


100 

lirr 
17ii 

120 
I'w 

1 

IDtS 


S2 

W 

UK) 
Iff 
»(> 

m 
im 


i 
1 

2I« 

a 

2«T 
21K; 

IS 


ml *-.! s 


2! 
10 




I'uiMbrldKi'— 




^ ;; 








1 

15 

21 
11 

3 




J*'.'iJ*' 


laj 

100 


1 


ffi 










Mili?«m *"'' 


^ 




i 


MonC^..:::;:.-;:::::::::;::::: 


IS;=EE? 


15;, SI 

IM , 2ZS 


















■r'"*" 


3118 20*8 


.-«fll j 2fl.-.J ■ MS 


?773 


206.0 


5210 


3077 1 2410 


221 


100 


B8I» 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



333 



HAMILTON CX)UNTY. 



Preiident, 

1880. 



Tofrnsblps and Wards. 



u 
as 



CO 



a 

a 

QQ 



I > 
I ^^ 

o 



Governor,! Sec'ry of i 
1881. feitate, 1882. 



o 

OB 

ee 



it 
o 

& 



G 
JS 

o 



c 

a; 

cc 

S 
O 

H 

ce 
a> 

US 

o 



2d 
3d 

4tb 

5th 

«th 

7th 

8th 

9th 

10th 

11th 

12th 

18th 
Mtb 
15th 
l6Ui 
ITlh 
tUh 
19th 
flMh 
2Ui 

2&d 



34tb 



ftth 



Ik 

it 



** 
t* 

• * 
• t 

»i 
«• 
it 

4t 
it 

i* 
«i 

ti 
ii 

it 

4i 

*« 
i« 

It 
t* 

It 
it 

• t 
i. 
ii 



• • 
i* 

*i 
•i 
t« 

t« 

t4 
t« 
4* 
t* 



2H9 
485 
2J5 
174 
56.< 
160 
211 
9U4 
;J7l 

29.") 

4.14 
422 

:m 
7ai 

4S0 
2W 
4<I3 

3o.:i 

510 
197 
274 
454 



«•*••••*• 



•»»*•• ••■••• 



*j1 
712 

782 

70H 
471 
513 
4;i7 
891 

tm 

7:^ 
572 
4(»7 
318 
5"»<) 
:fll2 

u-4 

1ft) 
145 
24.3 
2.")8 
5H4 
6U5 



678 
9:t}< 
5«8 
526 

im 

575 
746 
1013 
()*{U 
.^20 
971 
879 

mi 

1118 
1245 

7H.3 

ll'02 

.S.').3 

8J5 

9.t{ 

1325 

WMi 

1.3S3 

9.'jO 

irm 

772 

818 

1272 



Cincinnati— 

l8t Ward-A 386 

B 418 

C a39 

D 349 

A 10>(] 

B 413 

A 529 

B 132 

C„ 319 

A , 119 

B ' SIO 

C „ I 494 

A ' 370 

B 1 485 

A 576 

a I 417 

A 76 J 

B 42H 

A 426 

B i '2:J1 

A I Hll 

B ; 4.'jO 

A I f*73 

B. ; 612 

A l'>47 

B ^\9 

A 511 

B 813 

C ' 

A 

B 

A 

B 

A 

a.... 

A 

a.... 

A 

a.... 

A 

a..., 

A 

B 

A 

B 

*m.» «• • • 

B 

C 

D 

■p 

A 

B , 

V 1 1 

A I 5.36 ' 4.)9 1 99S 

B I 1063 ! 4.» ' 1521 

C I < 

A 

A 

B 

AAdemon Township- 
North Precinct^.. 

Center ** 

Sooth " 
<>oteratn Towtmhlp— 

NortbMMt Preetnot 

SOQibwesi ** 



.)1»6 
461 
546 
307 
402 
311 
471 
«M6 I 
6«>.') ' 
2-> I 
575 I 
41S I 
8<)H ' 
420 ' 

im I 

557 I 

:«.) I 

.)27 ( 
l.-xj ' 
3.34 1 
119 

4:».t 



965 
1203 

i;t;i 

702 

1118 

7^5 

mi 
nm 
iioiJ 

«J61 
1321 

99,3 
1221 

768 

iav2 

(MK 
51 S 
724 
2t»7 
5K) 
37S 
10.36 
1263 



320 
381 
213 
303 
871 
,%6 

4a> 

116 
288 
79 
286 
117 
267 
.398 
410 
315 
673 
367 
2a) 
2(r2 
{\Mi 

MK) 
499 
897 
472 
4<]6 
644 



757 
497 



430 
347 



039 ' 619 



ll:tt) 
850 



326 
622 
6,'« 
325 
596 

mi 

4<»2 
3S8 
707 

av) 

£.21 
411 
28-i 
229 
479 
286 
14.-) 
131 
1^3 
1H7 
2t»l 
4f»S 
491 



2^7 
.385 
193 
171 
478 
145 
180 
803 
860 
3.58 
4^") 
304 
234 
499 
588 
316 
306 
3.S0 
311 
5;f7 
411 
223 
321 
26<J 
409 
Iwj 
2;{3 
332 



431 

9(>h 



466 
38.3 
4:i8 
249 
31.S 
262 
40.3 
479 
52;] 
215 
516 
370 
684 
326 
39.3 
442 
281 

;w) 

149 
292 
81 
407 
562 



I 



I 



391 
415 



614 

.392 



1171 



85 
16.3 
100 

1»l 
185 



2J0 
187 
137 

320 
159 



306 
362 
261 

516 
346 



578 



58 
108 

48 

140 
111 



321 
275 



289 
419 
276 
30.3 
971 
872 
318 
97 
206 
106 
312 
367 
2Kj 
3.31 
393 
2:W 
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ANNUAL REPOBT OF BEORBTART OF STATE. 



HAMILTON COUNTY-Concladed. 





President, 
1880. 


Total vote. 


Governor, 
1881. 


Seo'ry o' 
State, 1882. 


Total vote. 


Oovemor, 1883. 




Townghips and Wards. 


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West Precinct 


154 
323 
99 
125 
118 

125 
173 

113 
116 
2:^ 
131 
225 
241 

214 


100 

253 

68 

67 

128 

86 
120 

89 
80 
174 
123 
290 
316 

130 


251 

t80 
157 
193 
246 

211 
294 

202 
197 
411 
2o7 
517 
569 

344 


125 
244 

93 

116 

80 

95 
135 

107 
99 
205 
111 
185 
212 

200 


90 

206 

67 

61 

116 

68 

78 

75 
74 

18;i 
110 
2.51 
276 

121 


105 

263 

65 

75 

74 

95 
97 

71 

89 

190 

92 

179 

190 

172 


111 

251 

66 

87 
117 

85 
106 

70 

86 

190 

94 

262 

276 

153 


221 
531 
131 
169 
192 

182 
211 

145 
179 

;>86 

189 
416 
470 

325 


199 
301 

91 
114 

99 

120 
145 

96 
86 
213 
109 
197 
209 

1H8 
28 

105 
93 
46 

829 
77 

140 
84 

124 

276 
173 
159 
149 
79 

101 
13 

150 

98 

219 

60 
61 
43 

45 
62 
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102 

269 

73 

85 

133 

93 
105 






802 


Center " 






664 


East •• 






IM 


Oakley " 

Crosby Township 






199 


■••••• 




232 


Delhi Townshtp— 
West I'rtcluct. 


218 


East " 






250 


Green Township— 
HoQihwest Precinct .. 


76 






171 


North weht Precinct. 


86 
1H7 
106 
283 
256 

163 
24 
96 

1U3 
47 

183 

165 
76 
67 






172 


S«>utheast Precinct. 






402 


Northeast Precinct 






214 


Harrison Township 

Miami Township 






483 

469 


Mili Creek Township— 
Norllieasl Precinct 






841 


Houtheasl *' 


• *• • • 





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Winton Place" 


172 

95 

62 

870 

141 

136 

74 

151 

801 
276 
213 
149 


*46 
^■3 
55 
163 
177 
77 
65 
96 

131 
243 

339 
74 


219 
180 
117 
536 
320 
213 
139 
247 

436 
519 
562 
223 


132 
79 

41 
331 
111 
129 

72 
119 

240 
167 
177 
137 
89 

85 
18 

129 
95 

228 

53 
61 
39 

44 

66 
50 


40 
.70 

47 
176 
136 

63 

47 
109 

96 
161 
231 

51 

72 

44 

42 

141 ' 

142 

379 

69 

48 
35 

84 
90 
33 


8;^ 

94 
44 

819 
T7 

134 
69 

103 

268 
159 
129 
109 
64 

88 
11 

132 

78 
159 

52 
63 
42 

48 
60 
50 


99 
102 

43 
201 
180 

56 

70 
161 

108 

109 

277 

81 

82 

48 
61 

182 
162 
485 

70 
49 
51 

77 
96 
86 

34248 


187 
199 
87 
532 
261 
193 
141 
270 

862 
832 
414 
194 
147 

14.-> 
65 

317 
241 
654 

127 

114 

93 

146 

126 

86 


201 


Clifton •• 
Western '* 




1 


198 
94 


Avondale ** 






527 


St. Bernard •* 






248 


College Hill *' 
Bond Hill *' 






218 






154 


Riverside Township 

Springfleia Township- 
Wyoming Precinct 

Glendale " 
Western *' 


150 






274 


133 
202 
272 






409 








875 
432 


Hartweil '* 


105 
74 

50 
89 

195 






2f>6 


RDrtiiErdale '* 


. 




154 


Bpencer Township- 
North Precinct 


92 
11 

169 
116 
278 

70 
72 

38 

63 
74 
53 


51 
55 

198 
147 
434 

62 
53 
56 

111 

104 

26 


143 
66 

367 

26;i 
711 

182 
126 

173 

178 

79 






164 


Bouth '* 






55 


Bycamore Township— 
KiLflt Precinct 






S4.S 


HhRronvllle Precinct 


172 
471 

66 
46 






278 


Reading 
Bymmes Township- 
North Precinct 






601 






116 


Camp Dennison Prec. 
Loveland 




108 


49 


t 


92 


Whitewater T'p— 
Bouth Precinct 


92 

106 

36 


1 


138 


North '* • 


1 


167 


Home City 






89 










Totals 


85449 


30365 


66144 


28611 


25160 


28659 


60161 


29090 


31621 


60 


2 


60886< 



ELECTION 8TAT18TIQ8. 



33^ 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 





President, 

1880. 




> 

5 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec'r 
State 


y of 
,1882. 


i 

o 
> 




Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 

1 


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^0 


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11 




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96 
156 
14H 
201 

97 
202 
104 

53 

65 
171 
112 
19:i 
174 
100 
13-1 
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131 
119 

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227 

162 

57 

115 
98 


139 

203 

145 

121 

92 

151 

200 

40 

50 

115 

l."i0 

KH 

\m 

198 
117 

15;^ 

112 
184 
114 
218 
249 
127 

97 
I2:i 


236 
361 
292 
323 
195 

a5;^ 

304 

99 
121 
296 
209 
297 
;^06 
304 
251 
255 
243 
303 
219 
450 
411 

184 

213 
2.{0 


79 
161 
103 
162 

82 
161 

94 

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"*i54' 
120 
179 

150 

KW 

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106 

107 

99 

19<> 

155 

51 

108 
79 


129 

194 

135 

90 

86 

144 

1841 

80 

*"i28 
149 
112 
128 
157 

98 
117 

96 
131 
107. 
186 
219 
117 

88 
114 


81 
153 
112 
169 

93 
193 

97 
100 

■'*i45 

10<» 

158 

178 

101 

118 

70 

127 

90 

87 

2:fcl 

168 
34 

110 
105 


132 

207 

130 

88 

88 

185 

186 

73 

"i24 
162 
119 
lai 
176 
101 

90 
120 

no 

2:J2 

2.31 

. 117 

101 
124 


214 
362 
242 
259 
186 
330 
286 
174 

"'279 
289 
281 
317 
27ft 
219 
187 

223 
201 
486 
423 
160 

i 217 

2;ii 


97 
143 
122 
186 

97 
209 
IWJ 
110 


151 

206 
141 
126 

94 
168 
2(5 

87 






248 


Amanda 


5 




853 


Biff Llck^ 


263 


Blancbard„ 


812 


Cus « 

Delaware .« 


2 




193 
379 


Eade ... ...... ... 






812 


Flndlay TownshiD 




196 


FIndlav— West 








iBl Ward 


163 

90 
158 
186 
111 
12«} 
108 
123 
119 
112 
268 
192 

56 

113 

103 


i:^ 

187 
126 
. 140 
182 
104 
157 
105 
170 
110 
275 






301 


ad ** ^ 






277 


8d •* 






285 


4th •' 






829 


Jackstou 


1 




297 


Liberty 




231 


MadlMon 


2 1 


2(» 


Marlon 






229 


Orange „ 

Portage 






289 


...... 


*••« • 


226 


Plea Kant 


660 


Union 


261 1 1 1 


457 


Van Buren 


134 

1S4 

I'M 


1 1 


192 


Washington— 

Fostoiia Precinct 

Arcadia " 


6 

6 




247 
246 


Totals 


3242 


3452 


6736 


2716 


2985 


2821 


3113 


fi042 


1 .1098 


3624 


42 




6692 



HARDIN COUNTY. 



President,! 

1880. 1 



Governor, 
1881. 



Soe'rv of 
State, 1882. 



Governor, 1883. 



Townships and Wards. 



30 



Hale 

Jackson- 
Forest Precinct. 
Patterson ** 

Llbeny„ 

Ada— 

Isl Ward 

2d •' 

ad •* 

Lrnn 

laarlon 

McDonald 

Pleasants 

Keoton— 

1st Ward- 

2d " 

3d " 

4tb " 

Bound Head. 

Taylsrr Creek 

Waahlngton 

ToUls 









Blanchard I 322 

Bock 140 

Cessna Ill 

Dudley - 202 

Ooshen i 111 



310 

144 

83 

138 

79 
127 
66 
96 
168 
195 
191 

142 
86 
208 
124 
156 
162 
114 

8472 



o 

o 



227 

irio 

128 
141 
1.38 
131 

137 

\m 

218 

65 

64 

60 

106 

63 

148 

218 

160 
119 

98 
142 

97 
106 
187 

8082 



562 
291 
212 
345 
249 
443 

281 
224 
356 

144 

186 
126 
202 
226 
843 
410 

303 
207 
306 
266 
255 
268 
802 

6587 






. 0) 



107 
188 
103 
280 

152 

80 

112 

71 
124 
63 
99 
136 
171 
145 

184 
86 
195 
186 
149 
159 
97 

8174 



262 ! 202 
127 i 137 



131 
133 

i;« 

122 

143 
131 

202 

52 
100 

63 
106 

68 
131 
226 

167 
126 
112 
147 
65 
90 
181 

2069 



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200 
131 
110 
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109 
2«r7 

167 
64 
97 

69 
178 

&5 
102 
135 
168 
135 

132 
96 
209 
128 
116 
165 
87 

3140 



189 
129 
1'22 
12;J 

i;w 

118 

128 
124 
174 

66 
69 
69 

ia5 

44 

143 
212 

178 
143 
127 
187 
73 
66 
190 

2887 



493 
261 

'im 

242 
400 

296 
188 
275 

1.35 
280 
l:W 
207 
181 
809 
351 

309 
240 
342 
817 
209 
222 
281 

6206 



329 
1.^)7 
122 
203 
114 
288 

106 

86 
123 

73 
1,58 

12fJ 
153 
183 
159 

138 
9« 
236 
149 
182 
156 
103 

8637 



249 
147 

127 

l«;^ 

145 
143 

140 

i.r> 

228 

77 
102 

«) 
144 

73 
168 
246 

207 
144 
154 
240 
86 
VI 
208 

8478 



15 

2 



11 
1 



21 
3 



4 

28 

8 
96 



o 

> 

o 



592 
.305 
2f»l 

2.")9 
444 

309 
221 
352 

150 



854 
405 

342 
242 
394 
889 
246 
268 
800 



2 < 7126 



336 



ANNUAL. HEFORT b£CK£TARY OF STATE. 



HARRISON CX>UNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



Archer 

Athens— 

Ist Precinct... 

2d 

Cadiz 

Franklin 

Freeport 

German 

Greene 

Monroe 

Moorrteld 

North 

Nottingham 

Rumley 

New Rumley 

Jeweti 

Bhort Creek 

8t(M«k 

Wahhlngtou .... 



President, 

urn. 



Totals 



<-6 



"S o 
i — * 



5 

o 

> 

o 



82 I 111 



3.1 
112 
469 
201 
187 
HI 
IS) 
178 
105 
19() 
162 
120 



93 

66 
2;i« 

86 
124 
211 
196 
117 
171 
1-29 

71 
192 



193 

1»^ 
169 
713 

303 
313 

328 

;^i 

295 
279 
:i2.3 
2.U 
312 



370 I 
86 i 
170 



74 

106 
107 



4.')! 
192 
278 



2767 20V2 ' 4907 



Governor, Bec'r 
1881. 'State, 






36 a 



y of 


1 


1882. 




• • 


2 



> 


5£ 




S£ 


5 


s* 


o 


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Governor, 1883. 






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I 



o 



O 90 
0, O 



2 c^ «t « 



= -£ 



u£ 






OS -^:^'-»S5 



65 

25 
98 

42»i 
158 
131 
91 
155 
15<i 
lOi 
171 
146 



108 

9:^ 

42 

218 

00 

75 

168 

169 

101 

1.50 

99 

52 



6U 
48 

329 
77 

147 



70 
IWJ 
60 
98 
90 



2380 1756 



64 

29 
93 
432 
147 
116 
82 
141 
117 
100 

129 



I 



94 , 158 



95 

49 

228 

57 

91 

166 

155 

71 

140 

99 

52 



51 I 

5,) 
32:{ 

79 
136 , 



68 
115 



124 
150 
667 
215 
23i> 
248 
306 
li>4 
247 
2tM 
182 



119 
170 
64 I 394 
92 I 171 

KS ! 22S 



76 I 114 



26 
100 
469 
173 
152 
112 I 
170 
142 
108 
176 
138 



100 

67 

221 

79 

119 

171 

190 

112 

170 

124 

80 



1 



6 
21 
18 



I 



2259 1727 



4067 



61 1 

''^ , 
32.5 

86 

15.3 



70 



2.*'36 



114 




I 


91 
100 
114 


9 
2 


4 





83 




4 


2026 



3 

o 
> 

o 



190 

127 
157 
6B8 
27S 
293 
2H4 
374 
261 
2H4 
305 
218 



132 
181 
431 
188 
271 



4670 



HENRY COrNTY. 



I Pre.«ildent, 
1880. 



Townships and Wards. 



Governor, 

1881. 






Bartlow 

Damascus 

FUt Rofk 

Freedom 

Harrison 

Liberty— 

y.i\s\ Precinct 

West " 

Marion 

Monroe 

Napoleon 

Pleasant- 
New Havarla Prec't. 
Holg^te 

Richfleld 

Rldcevllle 

Washington.... 



tt 



Totals 



84 
168 
1.37 

61 
182 

124 
87 
74 

43 
366 

54 
57 

101 
84 

126 



i ? 



17W 



o 
> 

c 



156 210 

167 I 3 46 

2i5 I .^72 

19J* 250 



163 



3.52 



131 263 

164 25.i 

m\ ' 2H0 

193 ■ 2:Wi 

626 I 1007 



204 

98 
70 

m 

106 
2871 



2.58 
loa 
171 
ISO 
296 



93 
140 
115 

3'» 
1.58 

107 
.58 
47 
41 

30(i 

34 
63 

6<l 

68 

114 



Sec'ry of 
state, 1882. 



Governor, 1883. 




117 

1.30 
1.3({ 
15.3 
108 

118 
1*29 
1.34 
129 
572 

12? 

87 

67 

70 

151 



4649 1439 2238 



12.5 


216 


130 


15.5 


343 


20(; 


18t{ 


280 


121 


148 


182 


29 


117 


292 


165 


^^3 


277 


117 


, 128 


218 


06 



1-22 
187 
102 
:i{ 
174 

112 

43 I 174 1 2:W 



72 
315 

31 
46 
74 

i t 
126 



1630 



145 

568 

141 
97 
&5 
72 

156 



2410 



219 

884 

176 
147 
141 
151 
281 



»4 

70 

290 

40 
64 
93 
82 
121 



147 
179 

228 



279 
386 
319 



177 
141 

146 
155 


2 




208 
308 


1 




2A5 
221 


205 

.217 

595 


7 
* 




297 
287 
887 


176 






216 


123 






187 


107 






200 


123 
170 


6 




211 
291 




16 






2889 


4603 



ELECTION BTATIBTIC8. 
HIOHLAND COUNTY. 





'"»•"'• 


~ 


Gov, 

II 


'1 


Bee' 

ll 




I 


OoTernor, 1883. 




To«n>blpa aod Warda. 


il 


II 


Hi.: 
|l 


ll 


ilL 


1 


Brtiah CTWk— 


M 

m 

i 

2 


6S 
ISl 


aw 

aw 
niz 

SIB 
289 


17B 
100 

wn 

77 


iw 

131 


70 

:!*! 

.US 

Ba 

IM 

IB2 

7n 


117 
l«I 

if 


1 

400 
101 

ms 

Wl 

1 

171 


1 

111 

73 

421 
4B1 

»B 
Wl 








i 

MS 




117 

i 

IM 

ISl 

is 


...„ 


1 


Ctajf^. 


KaSd;::;:::;::;.;.::::::: 




i 








1 
,1 


= 






K??Surt;«:::z:::::z: 

paint— 


•HA 

1 








8 














ZM 






39*8 


StSD 


7ire 


aaw 


8136 


3I3>J 


,m 


«,. 


se» 


SMB 


76 


1 


73« 





TownibfiM and Wuda. 


ISSD. 

II ll 


1 


1881. 


Bw'rynf 

Stat*. 1882. 

^Itll 


t 
I 


1 
1 




1 


i 




104 

1 
■I 

ISl 


223 

47 


327 
llfi 

77B 


w 

.TKS 
120 

S 


78 
l.il 

1 


1 


61.i 
61 


2X1 

'^% 
2M 

IflN 
190 


158 






f 

1 


SKpssiiizri;:;;;;; 
gsyn™ - 




sf^-ass'fc 






'iS 

110 




'il 

im 

1(8« 


lie 


J. 


280 

,s 

US, 


1ST 
24M 


38 


z» 




in 


161 


» 




IS» 


am 




1«1 


212S 


1 |I4S 1 4M1 





838 



ANNUAL REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE. 



HOLMES COUNTY. 





President, 

1880. 


Total vote. 


Governor, 
1881. 


8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 

oec Sr 


Total vote. 


Governor, 188R. 




Townships and Wards. 


^2 

go 9 

5^ 






•-3 5 


9 h 


IS 






• 

1 

> 

5 


Berlin 


83 
84 

243 
75 
67 
86 
97 
58 

128 
93 

157 

106 
15 

128 


176 
241 
528 
246 
156 
207 
160 
240 
23:^ 
251 
161 
238 
229 
212 


260 
276 
771 
327 
223 
293 
260 
299 
3ftS 
346 
32;J 
314 
245 
342 


69 
28 

195 
56 
52 
67 
79 
3:^ 

H»9 
5» 

122 
01 
13 
73 

1046 


142 

155 

489 

238 

137 J 

160 

13o 

182 

211 

2H5 

H7 

196 

144 

149 


65 
16 

217 
51 
43 
67 
K7 
37 
96 
52 

1*23 

76 

6 


126 
141 
492 
229 
131 
149 
130 
184 
223 

2:^2 

151 
175 
lt>5 
19(> 


191 
157 
709 

280 
175 
217 
217 
227 
324 
2X8 
290 
252 
173 
275 


60 
81 

232 
69 
53 
79 

1(»5 
54 

1(!9 

<J3 

133 

93 

14 

111 


165 
283 
526 
251 
103 
195 
15« 
207 
JM2 
26^) 
168 
243 
206 
222 






226' 


German 


J 


267 


Hardy 


1 


763^ 


Klllbuck 


313^ 


Kaox„ 




222 


Mechanic 


' 


274 

256 


Monroe 




Paint 




1361 


Prairie 

Richland 


"2 'Z.. 

I 


355- 

328- 


Ripley 


i«i;::::: 

1 


J"2J 


Salt Creek 


XQ 


Walnut Creek 


1 

1 


220 


WashlnKtuu 


1 

4 1 

22 


338- 






Totals 


1370 


3281 


4674 


2691 


1019 


2718 


3775 


1196 


3236 


4481 







HURON COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards 






(( 



Totals 




Bronson 

Bellevue Precinct 
Chicago Junction 
Clarksrteld 
Kalrrteld ... 
Fltchvllle 
Greenfield 
Greenwich 
Hariland 

Lyme 

New London 
New Haven 
NorwHik 

Ist Ward 

2d 

8d 

4th 
Norwich 
Peru... 

Plymouth Precinct.... 
Richmond 

Chlrago Precinct 
Rldgefleld 

Ripley 

Sherman 
Townsend 
Wakeman .. 



BLECnOM errATIBTICB. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 





^.^.^ 


f. 

i 


Governor, 

1881. 


K7A 


1 


QoveTDor, I88J. 






<^ 




11 


^1 


"1 


i 




„b 




Ii 


1 


gSS-^l!!;';:;;::::;::::--; 


2ie 


11, 


ise 


» 


M3 


16T 


,„ 


m 


IW 


112 

358 


! 










1 

183 

i 

IK 


1 
1 

800 

si 


i 

3:» 






s 
i 

i 

m 


1 

•xe, 

■iVi 


s 

SUT 


IW 
HI 


90 
23 

70 

IS 


1-1 
86 

lEtt 


1 

i 








?^k,Ii*r::::;::::::::;:::;::: 


-i- 




« 




8 






























Ki 
















"" ■ 








Tot»l« 


ZTW 


aBi 


4»I4 


l«3a 


3126 


2423 1 71 


31 


SSH 



JEFFKRSON COUNTV. 





II 




i 
1 


Uovernor 

iri 


8ec 

=1 




Oovemor. 18SS. 




Towniblpe and Warts. 


i 


Wl..._.\ 

I';;;::;:;;; 

■Ju a i 

201 ~^g 


1 

3 


Brilliant rrcrlnnt 


"■«v 

IW 

sot 

122 
TH 

222 

S 
1 

i 


i 

67 


2>ll 
230 


1 

23 
17 

S7 

1(H 
21.^ 
2W 
230 

1 

88 


HH 
70 

i 

iS 

1 

82 
1S« 

IW 

2H 

7fl 
8(1 


70 

88 

280 
20 [ 

Tti 
N 
00 

im 


■"■sT 
la 

Kl 
58 
IM 

1« 

29 
O.'i 

at 


■■•is 
III 

4a 

2N 

i 

14B 

i 

i 

24S 


88 

HO 
88 

1 
1 

11* 
1?^ 
2S1 

1 

2MI 
IM 




(■TOM. frfk 


lis 










I* OT»..«e I'rvclncl 


■■■jri) 




88 

IS 
177 

204 

if 

311 


2»7 

an 
aii'i 

»i 

wo 

2i)» 

1 

2«5 


'? 


KtrhmODd PreclncM 








Hinllliilelt 

BprtnKnpM 

* I« W»rt !!Z...-. 


i 

3S3 








432 




RES^pa-ic;-; 


asF===== 


3 

IS2 


WlntcrtTllle Precinct ... 




Itouto 


U34 


IMS 


7171 


38M 


2830 


8687 


2430 


8138 


4218 


29m. .dfi^ 


7291 



AMMUAL BBPORT C 



' BEORETABT C 



UOLMEB COUNTY. 




HURON COUNTY. 



TowDBblpa and Wards 





"A 

is 

1=5 


11 


i 






HIT. 
31 

i 

1 

07 
33& 






















gJSJSltl, "■■ 


'S! 

'1 

»7 
INS 

l| 

101 

■■'ajio' 

6(1 

S 


811 

1 
1 

i 
























l«t >Vard „ 








Norwich ^ 




Plymoutli l*reclneu.„ 








RipTey 


















1508 


sow 


7878 











COUNTY. 
















■li^r 


Sec'ryof 
4UkU, 1W3. 








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4 


"1 Iz 


1 


■^^ 


i 




1 


Al 


m 


„ 




roi 


77 


*i 


, 




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s 




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m 


M 


IS 


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lot 


Ml 




a 


Mt 



AHNUjU, BEPOBT 8ECRBTAKY OF STATB. 
UCKIMO COUNTY-Concloded. 





■■"/»"■ 


1 

e 


°°aT"'' 


Btate, 1882. 


f 


Oove^o^im 




TowMblpB and W»r<l«. 


■i-a 
43 




Is 
el 


sill 


11 


i 


fi 


1 


a 


1 
1 


Newark- 


11 
2Ki 


84a 


G98 

5S3 

IS 


1 


23)1 


2W 

i 


2U 

1 


old 

fiSO 


88 

70 

3*5 
IM 

157 

100 
155 

07 
301 


OS 

i 

101 
13B 

177 


1 


,! 




S3 : :;::■-:::::= 


2a 

1 




















■t1 
"si":;"' 












































Kenton 


1 


2JT 
[-29 


Sis 
m 

S79 


151 


150 


itj 

15fl 


IIT 
152 


385 

lis 

m 


^ 
















s 


1 


sn 






55T5 


0897 


aaaa 


50M 


33W) 


«ll 


«.w 


HOT 


5798 


«0 


*• 









LOGAN COUNTY. 



Towniblps and Wards. : 



^|;S| 



iSKESltr:;.,:;:;;;;:; 


Z 

133 

i 

IKS 
110 
3M 
WW 


130 
80 

80 

ii 

iw 

138 
10.^ 


S77 

3-tl 
3.V. 

srb 

3S3 

:^ 

Ttt 


1*1 
IW 

190 


i" 
m 

1 

I.W 


i 

.11 

UH 

m 
110 

■M> 
«6 


135 

30 
37 

lie 

87 

il 


80 

190 
3IH 

1 

33(1 
318 

l€0 


2!W 
183 
57 

ISl 
310 
■Mi 

1 


1(9 

80 
117 

ii 

81 
«0 

m 
2nfi 


1 ::::;: 

19 ::;:;■ 

' i 


Si 






Njnh PrecLnot 


s 


Bell >^aD lain e— 


3 j 3 

s -' 




















ItltH-rty ..„. 

MlHml— . 


379 


tiulncy 


•X 




iS 


RnJh'c.tk;.:::::::::::;:::::. 

atokir* 


1 


■;:; 


g 




24. 




™ 


2m 


IH20 


317, 


1S79 


3035 


1888 


.-t(61 


8631 


3497 















ELECTION BTATieilCS, 
LOHAIN COUNTY, 





Prealdeat, 

IKItO. 


f 


II 


^1 
^1 


Sec'yof 

HUleJSSl. 


r" 


: 




IS 


tt. 






■is 

II 


11 


ll 


if 




1 


Amhwut 


339 

i 
i 

1 

i 


bun 

2a 

U7 
Ti 

70 

sen 

1 

1 


1 

i 

I 15 


:S8 

.'* 
an 

1 

an 

MS 

(11 


ail 

17M 

12i 
»e 

46 

fill 
ae 

03 


1 

12i 

103 
703 

4«e 


820 
'23 

1 

1 

1« 

1 

123 


525 
1« 

2flU 

1 

aw 

1 

m 


223 

860 
UO 

1 

aro 

i 


3U 
2X3 
23« 

i 

157 

,'i 


1 




«oe 




18 


::::: 






















Ifi 


.... 








SS;iS„=:; ::::::::::■:;: 


1 
15 


::::: 


s 


gSSEEHE 


ffl 






&-■:=:■== 








S> 


...... 


IDDS 


Wellington 


S5 


.... 






sew 


17a; 


AIM 


1871 


2008 


4730 


2738 


71., 


.013 


.lis 


m 


' 









H.'CAS COUNTY. 



TovDshlpa nnd Wanln, 



:: ?::;::;;.::::;. 


" ":i-'-4.;:=;=:! 




3d Wiirrt-A 


.„,«;.M-A ...... 












•"'":-"'-S:;;=:::;:; 












C 1 



isS I [^ I ; 



137 I 2M .W2 I 



2U2 ' 22s ; 443 143 
147 I IWI Rll 103 ' 

IW I 2aj »>l I 



I sun , e.W\ Z53 I 2)11 , 811 

^1 71 301 1B3 , 78 I 215 

ITS I 271 ' 4«4 I 133 2M I 151 

834 t 38 , 331 15S 125 I im 

ai7 I 201 I 508 i 13S 1 321 \ 233 



„;. 




inj 








IW 






















21B 




SK . 












302 


















246 





844 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRETART OF STATE. 



LUCAS COUNTY-Concluded. 



Townships and Wards. 



I*re8ldent, 
1880. 



<'6 

si 
is 



05^ 



South Toledo— 

1st Ward 

3d " 

8d " 

Adams „. 

Montolova 

Oregon 

Providence «. . 

Rlchflold. 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Swanton 

Sylvania 

Washington- 
First Precinct 

Second " 

Third " 

Waterville Precinct 

Whltehouse ** 

Waynesfleld Townhsip. 



Totals 



106 

59 

11 

140 

189 

245 

151 

152 

63 

85 

104 

218 

291 
55 



75 

108 

41 



80 

68 

86 

120 

92 

164 

123 

101 

70 

53 

48 

80 



I 

> 

3 



204 
139 
50 
269 
235 
438 
279 
254 
139 
152 
149 
299 



140 < 447 

40 ' 98 



Governor, 
1881. 



II 



112 

129 

31 



7157 5985 



198 

218 

79 



13622 



80 

46 
8 

91 

91 
140 
117 
114 

44 

63 

85 
125 I 

170 
28' 



62 
58 

ao 

80 
65 
71 
91 
76 
53 
47 
17 
65 



61 
62 
24 



Sec*ryof 
State, 1882. 



Is 



90 
52 
12 

127 

179 

118 

119 

22 

64 

66 

149 



114 218 
24 ' 11 






O 
> 



s 



Oovemor, 1888. 






1^ 

n 









91 
93 
29 



76 
53 
17 



5064 



5272 i 5686 

I 



77 
56 
82 
91 
77 
168 
69 
84 
58 
43 
26 
85 

162 
55 



92 
97 
27 



6646 



173 
115 

45 
189 
206 
846 
198 
205 

91 
180 
100 
235 

888 
67 



177 

176 

47 



12500 



88 
55 

12 

118 

118 

188 

144 

183 

54 

88 

94 



62 

40 

111 

90 

218 

118 

77 
56 
47 



189 


89 


180 


145 


28 


54 


148 


69 


74 


128 


78 


127 


21 


S2 1 


6048 


7882 



4 
1 
5 
17 
6 



8 
4 

7 
1 
6 



\!K» 



2 
2 
2 



2 
6 



5 
14 



65 



s 

o 






360 



188 
159 
IfiS 



81 
234 

306 

68 



14904 



MADISON COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


Total vote. 


Gove 

181 

gl 


rnor, 
Bl. 

» 

u 
•^5 


Sec»l 
State 

• 

Is 

CIS 


ry of 
,1882. 

• • 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 




ad . 

So 


H 

Oft, 


P 


• 

n 


1^ 

^5 


• 

► 

1 


Canaan 


139 

165 

99 

241 

302 

82 

60 

188 

105 

210 

165 

12.5 

163 

636 


77 
113 
134 
149 
271 

70 

93 
152 

50 
150 
313 
179 

90 
455 


223 

287 
237 
393 
582 
15:^ 
153 
848 
155 
871 
4H0 
«312 
^38 

lias 


117 
146 

90 
209 
247 

58 

46 
157 

89 
176 
187 
108 
138 
582 


77 
100 
118 
146 
241 

66 

82 
133 

57 
134 
282 
143 

84 
464 


92 
181 

95 
186 
214 

43 

45 
136 

81 
154 
114 

99 
113 
539 


65 

111 

111 

124 

212 

78 

53 

93 

48 

124 

218 

136 

78 

435 


«165 
265 
212 
816 
442 
122 
101 
238 
129 
815 
331 
24.5 
199 
999 


129 
186 

97 
289 
254 

76 

M 
150 

88 
197 
152 
124 
153 
606 


92 
143 
121 
150 
269 

83 

74 
125 

68 
158 
281 
194 

88 
479 


5 
8 


"J- 


3X! 


Darby 


889 


Deer Creek 


234 


Fairfield 


3 
13 




88 


Jefferson 


586 


Monroe 


160 


Oak Run 


"4" 
6 




14S 


Paint 


291 


Pike 


167 


Pleasants 


27 
8 
2 
6 

11 

88 


2 


883 


Range 


486 


Stokes 


824 


Somerford 

Union 


248 
1100 






Totals ^.... 

t 


2680 


2305 


5055 


2300 


2130 


2042 


1886 


4079 


2524 


2325 


48SB 



ELEOTION STATIRTI08. 



34& 



MAHONING COUNTY. 



Tswnshlps and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 






X 



• 

O 



Oovemor, 
1881. 



Op 



8ec*y of 
Bute, 1882. 



Is 






AnsUntown 

First Precinct.. 

BeooDd »• 

Bastr-Plrst Precinct.. 

Weat-Beoond " 

Berlin „ 

fioardman „ 

Uanneld 

OoitavUle 

Ellsworth 

Goshen 

Ureen— 

1st Ifreclnct 

'id " 

Jackson 

Mtlton 

Poland— 

1st Precinct 

2d " 

Smith— 

1st Precinct 

ad •* 

Bprlnffleld 

Ut Precinct 

ad . •• 

Toungstown 

Tonngstown City— 

Ut WanL. 

ad 

8d 

4th 

6th 

6th 

7th 



«t 
«« 
.« 

t« 



ToUU 



275 



103 
111 
121 
140 
189 
160 
121 
264 

137 
72 

112 
54 

222 
177 

259 

86 

160 



628 

684 
440 
260 
215 
185 



4943 



218 



117 

174 

112 

88 

206 

126 

89 

78 

161 

46 

163 

136 

62 
82 



625 



220 
288 
243 
233 
898 
289 
210 
868 

807 
188 
280 
190 

296 
266 



40 842 

41 81 
482 601 



408 

846 
465 
248 
98 
118 



972 

951 
923 
534 
811 
812 



4044 9276 



211 



99 

96 

98 

112 

177 

92 

97 

218 

188 
64 
97 
54 

170 
146 

181 

15 

127 



410 

800 
220 
236 
187 
180 
181 
180 



4080 



196 



144 
90 
81 
76 

185 
04 
68 
62 

146 

84 

144 

118 

44 

58 

25 

29 

331 



827 

156 
190 
197 
88 
123 
187 
208 



8890 



212 



96 
91 
98 
109 
179 
111 
101 
212 

128 
64 

106 
47 

194 
161 

174 
26 



45 

63 

406 

846 
256 
249 
205 
196 
218 
152 



4239 



200 



171 
79 
60 
85 

198 
97 
69 
45 

148 

47 

146 

110 

62 
66 

83 
88 



278 
142 
454 

204 
203 
248 
119 
167 
195 
816 



8878 



o 
> 



o 



Governor, 1888. 






• hi 

JDXi 



3 



a 



446 



268 
179 
184 
1P7 
388 
217 
170 
281 

296 
116 
252 
168 

261 
287 

267 
67 



889 
206 
908 

6S7 
4ffJ 
618 
827 
877 
442 
478 



8572 



167 
106 

99 
96 
101 
147 
197 
148 
100 
234 

146 
61 

116 
58 

222 
196 

264 
40 



76 

67 

571 

866 
262 
280 
248 
281 
254 
196 



5016 



198 
87 

176 
89 

117 
87 

210 

109 
82 
64 

167 

69 

153 

129 

61 
74 

48 
84 



297 
164 
516 

227 
262 
266 
116 
169 
226 
841 



4451 



1 
7 

3 

8 



8 

4 

21 



11 
8 

1 
6 
16 
8 
6 



8 

5 

7 



1 
2 



6 

11 



8 



47 
8 



18 

7 
8 

7 



6 
' 10 

: 8 



67 1181 



o 



886- 

162. 

279 
191 
287 
287 
41ft 
266 
183 
829 

a07 
188 
270 
190 

287 
277 

867 
82 



878 

221 

1107 

008- 

617 

668 

860 
407 
498 
647 



9789 



MARION COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


Total vote. 


1 

1 Oovemor, 

1881. 


Sec*y of 
State, 1882. 

• ® 1 ^ 08 
eS C oE 

oo §« 


Total vote. 


< Governor, 1883. 




Townahlpa and Wards. 


James A. 
Garfield. 


Winfleld 8. 
Hancock. 


Charles i 
Poster. 


John W. 
Book waiter. 


Joseph B. 
Foraker. 

Cieonre 
Hoidly. 


Ferdinand 
Schumacher. 


(Charles 
Jenkins. 


Total vote. 


Wi'iind..!:..:.;..'.' 

Bowllns Green 


165 
77 

120 

86 

61 

55 

178 

128 


143 
213 

1«8 

84 

53 

70 

155 

207 


"'310 
294 

290 
172 
121 
125 
828 
334 


122 ' 114 122 ' 136 
60 i 171 40 ln3 

las 162 ! 112 142 

76 1 76 75 71 

49 33 ; 88 45 , 

48 70 ' 40 51 ' 

164 , 151 1 156 1 134 

116 187 1 99 181 


275 
202 

257 
149 
83 
93 
288 
290 


161 
64 

115 

75 

58 

53 

155 

156 


173 8 
187 , 10 

176 ' 9 

89 5 

43 , 9 

63 j 2 

161 ; 1 

212 ! 16 




•••••• 

* 


887 
262 


Claridon— 

North Precinct 

Bouth ** 




Grand 


llO 


Grand Prairie 


K 


Green Camp 


8l» 


Marlon Township 


886 



546 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



MARION COUNTY-ConclDded. 





President, 
1880. 


2 

o 
> 

S 
o 
H 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec»ry of 
State, I9is2. 


1 
• o 

> 

3 

o 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


• ■ 


2S 
® s 




C 

it 


8 = 

c8 q 

'4 




SO 


• 






• 

1 


Marlon— 
1st Ward 


138 

64 

145 

107 

105 
129 
139 
181 
48 
89 

76 
76 


171 

95 

118 

114 

104 
140 
149 
249 
234 
56 
106 

169 


306 
161 

222 

212 
274 
288 
4.-« 
282 
145 
149 
210 
246 


118 
54 

131 
91 

92 

128 

108 

160 

39 

63 

26 

56 

58 


149 

90 

106 

102 

100 
128 
149 
2;» 
197 
51 
88 
110 
125 


102 

71 

138 

too 

87 
127 
95 
149 
31 
62 
24 
5;J 
59 


168 

95 

119 

116 

90 

i:« 

12.3 
215 
186 
48 
76 
124 
125 


288 
168 
263 
218 

179 
268 
224 
393 
221 
116 
101 
186 
197 


131 

78 

150 

I2a 

89 

164 

101 

175 

50 

81 

36 

83 

69 


184 
116 
125 
123 

108 
151 
169 
278 
216 
53 
97 
135 
146 

3006 


14 
8 
5 
3 

2 

11 
3 

23 
2 
3 
1 

■*8" 
183 


»•-• •• ■ 


381 


2d •• 


1« 


3d " 


280 


4th " 


258 


Montgomery- 
East Precinct 


190 


WCHt ** 


826 


, Pleasant 

Prospect 


276 
476 


Richland 

Salt Rock 


968 
187 


Scott 


184 


Tully 


210 


Waldo 


224 






Totals 


2192 


2932 


5167 


1862 


2589 


1783 


2532 


4455 


2182 




5388 







MEDINA COUNTY. 





Presi 

181 

• • 

4^ 


dent, 
SO. 

IS 


Total vote. 


Governor, 
1881. 


8ec»i 
State 

• 

it 

s a 


'y of 
», 1882. 


Total vote. 


Governoi 


>, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 






it 


1^ 


00 


• 

SB 3 

SB 


CSC 

0^ 


• 


> 



H 


Brunswick 


199 
179 
214 
162 
207 

2;w 

79 
188 
168 
HU 
139 
301 
130 
115 
140 

87 

3^rr 

145 

180 


64 

82 

51 

139 

169 

50 

153 

103 

m 

202 
57 
62 
90 

189 

12.5 
74 

24:i 

lis 

87 


2a3 

2«S 
2ti8 
302 
378 
2S9 
2.12 
202 
2-i'> 
3«>4 
197 

:mh 

222 

266 
161 
6*)3 
296 
269 


167 
1.=^ 
172 
141) 
191 
182 

•Vi 
17H 
110 

71 
119 
272 
110 

la*. 

79 
274 
117 
157 


41 

(H 

46 

126 

137 

3.) 

1'26 

87 

48 

129 

40 

51 

1 / 

l.>4 

111 

.V> 

191 

121 

60 


159 
I.tO 
156 
141 
182 
179 

.56 
UiH 
110 

51 
117 
28.3 
li^ 
110 
lis 

78 
276 
122 
l.t5 


.50 

73 

48 

12.3 

1.36 

3;^ 

119 

l(r2 

64 

182 

76 
1.3.9 
IIH 

7.3 
241 
121 

91 


211 

2:37 
214 
276 
347 
220 
2U8 
276 
185 
23il 
176 
;ill3 
192 
2^9 
231 
1.51 
577 
262 
239 


166 
151 
174 
150 
211 

ia3 

52 
175 
119 

62 
1-25 
314 
112 
124 
VS\ 

91 
318 
127 
142 


62 

82 

51 

136 

171 

48 

1.56 

102 

80 

218 

74 

96 

76 

166 

r2.3 

78 
296 
148 

94 


1 

5 1 

11 1 

1« ■ 

2 

4 

9 ■ 

6 ' 

3 

2 ::;• 

13 , 

5 1 

18 

17 

8 

;i '-f 

8 , 

9 1 


234 


Chatham 


248 


Granger 

Guilford 


240 

288 


Harrlsvlllo 


390 


Hinckley 


251 


Homer 


215 


Lafavette 


2H0 


Litchfield 


200 


Llv«^rpooI 


287 


Medina 


212 


Medina Village 


410 


Montville 


206 


Sharon 


806 


Spencer 


253 


Seville Village 

Wadsworth 


173 
666 


Westfield 


2S2 


York 


246 






Totals 


3340 


2158 


5543 


281S 


1091 


2708 


1990 


4898 


2959 


2262 


1&2 


7 


5106 







ELECTION 8TATI8TI08. 



347 



MEIGS COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


■ 

o 

> 

3 


Governor, 
1881. 


Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 


S 
o 
> 

1 


Governor, 1883. 




Townships and Wards. 


*3 


li 


1 

urn ae a 






t: 

VJQ 




1 

> 


Bedford 


169 
227 
132 

246 

123 

76 

97 
189 
126 
67 
41 
161 
251 
112 
194 

145 
101 
307 

60 
133 
460 
198 
234 
171 

89 


207 
157 
133 

M 
l^i 
145 

87 

52 

a5 

37 

22 

8 

82 

176 

114 

177 

62 
140 
231 
104 

52 
102. 
137 
140 
144 

18 


379 
385 
267 
178 
399 
269 
118 

l,i2 
176 
165 
91 
49 
245 
429 
228 
371 

208 
241 
5.'W 
166 
195 
567 
835 
380 
320 
58 


140 
171 
J25 

94 
183 
114 

86 

81 
132 
119 

65 

32 
105 
156 

85 
162 

115 

67 

255 

51 

105 

401 

167 

204 

155 

31 


155 , 

131 

113 

81 ' 
102 1 

26 > 

I 

62 , 

30 1 

28 

15 
8 

77 
122 

91 
131 

48 
112 
198 

84 

43 

76 

124 , 
112 ' 
153 

19 1 


121 


162 
142 


298 
828 
239 
157 
293 
203 
80 

164 
149 
146 
87 
46 
215 
316 
186 
267 

166 
183 
441 

i;i-> 

157 

4H8 
263 

m) 

294 
60 


135 
174 
126 
100 

186 

108 

60 

82 
140 
120 

63 

43 
103 
166 

90 
1?2 

107 

56 

2a5 

57 
99 
445 
192 
216 
177 
42 


184 ' 15 

' 144 20 

, 121 2 

71 1 

126 9 

82 ! 4 


1 

1 338 


•Chester. 


•**2 


838 


Colambla 


119 j 115 

83 68 

163 ' 105 


249 


Hanisonvllle Pr©c*t... 
Lebanon 


172 
821 


Letart 


95 
49 

72 
114 
102 


104 
16 

69 
29 
35 


196 


Mlddloport Precinct... 
Hlddleport— 
Ut U'artl 


•25 
57 


12 
6 


97 
U6 


2d ** 


31 I 4 

' 40 1 3 

24 i 4 


177 


8d •* 


164 


4th •• 


63 29 

38 7 


91 


5th »• 


13 






66 


Mlnersvllle Precinct... 

•Olive 

Orange.. 

Pomeroy Precinct 

Pomeroy— 

lit Ward 


100 

150 

80 

184 

87 


110 

141 

82 

131 

5a 


103 

117 

96 

147 

73 


13 
25 

18 
8 

8 





220 
309 
208 
822 

189 


ad " „ 


:« 141 
218 218 1 

52 79 1 
104 1 34 
389 73 
152 1 98 
' 179 ' 103 
130 131 

29 30 


130 1 


188 


3d " „ 

4lh " ^ 


'235 

78 

50 

93 

146 

126 

144 

18 


9 


479 
186 


PB^evllle Precinct 

Ratland 


22 

10 

4 

9 

5 

207 


2 


170 
549 


Racine Precincts 


341 


fialem 


850 


Syracuse Precinct. 

silver Run ** 


326 
60 


Totals 


4103 


2749 


6909 


8341 


•2212 ' 

1 


3024 2311 


5649 


a494 


2474 


6186 







MERCEU COUNTY. 



Pre«ld«»nt, 
1880. 



Townships and Wards. 



^3 



^ 



Black Creek „ 88 

Boiler 1 88 

Center * i l.>4 

Dablln ' 106 



Franklin 

<iJt«OD 

Oranvllle 

Hopewell -. 

Jefl^niou f... 

Liberty ^ 

Marion „ , 

Recovery 

Vnion 

Washington 



Totals 



1478 



5 

o 
> 



o 



Governor, 
1881. 



Seo'rj' of 
SUtc, 1882. 



* .• 



206 


290 


217 


.%ti 


179 


3:W 


280 


476 


172 


210 


196 


;{|H 


288 


346 


177 


252 


426 


589 


194 


229 


379 


4.V 


246 


302 


155 


417 


222 


313 


3367 


4846 



50 
100 
117 
IIS 



^ a 
•-J c 



no 

102 
\M 
216 
130 



I 0; 



W C 



0^ « 

csC 

oc 



8.') 
117 
151 

40 



}H) 1 


152 


9:{ 


26 


m) 


35 


fyi 


16.'J 


51 


l.V) 


416 


155 


28 , 


131 


32 


48 1 


314 


.3.S 


48 


193 


.34 


18.J 


110 


IKO 


62 1 


171 


52 


1143 


2710 


1122 



si 



120 

208 
IIH 

2l.'{ 

l;{K 
ui 

215 
148 
400 
llh 
318 
la") 
09 
135 

2586 



o 

5 

o 



180 
341 
214 

3«M 

170 

2.r7 

2S<) 
200 
564 
150 
353 
2IH 
2V< 
188 

3788 



Governor, 1883. 




92 


185 


4 


> 
1 


• 281 


107 


' 2.V) 


1 


.'i57 


141 


161 


3 


;m 


218 


2H1 





,W2 


57 


17:{ 


1 


232 


122 


I OH 


1 


S2H 


37 


302 


•••••■ •■••• 


a39 


W 


mt 


-••"*-i ••••• 


270 


102 


502 


1 


707 


3h 


178 





216 


30 


39.-> 
228 




426 


44 


^ ■•.•.. 


272 


2.5.3 


LW 







406 


80 


209 


7 




•292 


1477 


3415 


4932 



848 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8ECRETABT OF STATE. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


i 

o 

1 


Qovemor, 

1881. 


See'ry of 
SUte, 1882. 


i 

o 
> 

3 


OoTemor, 1888L 




Townships and Wards. 




ad . 


II 


^1 


il 

tffl 

"1 








il 


1^ 


• 

1 

► 

a 


Bethel 


209 

76 
05 

453 
378 
153 
234 
437 
417 

379 
137 

129 
126 
235 
253 
180 
218 
669 


214 

174 
132 

215 
261 
189 
162 
244 
206 

319 
166 

188 
326 
125 
104 
247 
129 
192 


428 

251 

228 

690 
618 
294 
896 
680 
628 

705 
310 

266 
453 
862 
857 

428 
347 
876 


163 

79 
63 

421 
322 
133 
203 
350 
343 

383 
118 

98 
97 
202 
214 
158 
195 
604 


192 

113 
155 

194 
236 
111 
149 
195 
133 

272 
136 

105 
807 
130 
105 
187 
115 
162 


152 

79 
55 

448 
368 
155 
198 
899 
339 

874 
120 

126 
115 
233 
250 
160 
188 
567 


198 

100 
139 

210 
264 
91 
109 
253 
151 

301 
129 

149 
3ft4 
125 
123 
211 
102 
160 


846 

200 
191 

682 
645 
251 
809 
652 
500 

678 
264 

278 
480 
867 
378 
373 
205 
766 


174 

94 

71 

487 
866 
144 
211 
429 
882 

895 
158 

111 
116 
232 
231 

186 
203 


210 

188 
168 

243 

148 
160 
296 
224 

880 
158 

161 
875 
150 
152 
258 
140 






881 


Brown— 

* East Precinct 


18 
"*6* 


15 
U 

1 
1 


M6 


West " 


S89 


Concord— 
let Precinct 


754 


2d «• 


748 


Elisabeth 


996 


LfOBt Creek 


873 


Monroe 


725 


Newton 


6 




613 


Now berry- 
East Precinct 


785 


West " 


10 
6 




889 


Plqua— 
l8t Ward 


279 


2d ** 


488 


3d " 


5 




889 


4th " 


389 


Spring Creek 

Staunton 






440 






847 


Union 








East Precinct 


440 
245 
188 


146 

81 

145 


5 

1 


1 


596 


West ** 


















SU 


Washington 


155 


111 


267 


123 


91 


120 


127 


250 


a7» 










ToUU 


4928 


8604 


8610 


4219 


8088 


4446 


8313 


7898 


4808 


4042 


62 


29 


8985 



MONROE COUNTY. 



President, 
1880. 



Townships and Wards. 



m o 

I? 



od . 

"S 9. 

=1 



Governor, 

1881. 



o 
> 

3 

o 



^1 



Ser*ry of 
Stat;, 1882. 



IS 

u 2 
c80 

H 






o 

> 



Adams 

Benton 

Bethel 

Center„ 

Franklin .... 

Green 

Jackson 

Lee 

Malaga 

Ohio 

Perry 

Salem 

Seneca 

Summit 

Sunsbury .... 
Switzerland 
Washington 
Wayne 

Totals . 



66 
44 

91 

123 

137 

39 

60 

113 

159 

114 

215 

62 

40 

105 

74 

60 

44 



203 
135 
149 
4«i7 
110 
202 
222 
187 
227 
206 
137 
294 
213 
171 
266 
100 
189 
183 



1600 



3751 



270 


52 


161 


180 


25 


87 


242 


60 


99 


622 


98 


311 


248 


125 


92 


241 


25 


187 


282 


30 


112 


241 


80 


116 


841 


77 


172 


366 


118 


159 


252 


87 


95 


609 


192 


236 


277 


41 


140 


211 


30 


118 


371 


62 


212 


266 


42 


130 


325 


83 


81 


227 


29 


78 


5471 


1156 


2536 



37 
26 
67 
93 
133 
20 
36 
30 
'84 

ii8 

76 
l&l 
49 
89 
86 
23 
42 
29 

1182 



167 
119 
96 
438 
126 
174 
164 
156 
189 
180 
117 
237 
183 
160 
242 
170 
201 
118 



3240 



206 
145 
154 
533 
263 
106 
201 
190 
278 
300 
197 
404 
239 
199 
331 
195 
280 
166 



4465 



Ooyemor, 1888. 







45 

87 

90 

97 
153 ' 

86 

45 

82 

90 
120 

98 
142 

47 

36 

94 

41 

63 

41 



1807 



167 






109 






121 


•«•••• 




445 


•••••• 




130 






192 
165 






160 






195 
180 
137 






228 
201 
161 
258 
166 


• •• • 


••«••-• 


221 






128 












3864 













21S 
147 
21S 
547 
286 



2U 
196 



ao» 

871 



197 
881 
211 



171 



471& 



ELECTION STATISTICS. 



349 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Townahlps and Wardi. 



Dayton— 



1st Ward-A... 
•* B-. 

•* A,.. 

A„. 

B... 



2d 

ad 

4th 
5tb 

6th 

7th 

8th 

9th 
10th 
nth 



«t 

«( 

• « 
<• 
«1 
*• 
«t 
»« 
t< 

• I 
*l 
*l 
1« 
«4 
«l 



A... 

B,. 

A^. 

B.. 

A.. 

B... 

A-. 

B... 



A. 

B. 



Bntler „.... 
Clay— 

A Precinct 

B " 

0«nnan 

HarrlBon 

Jackaon 

JeflTarBon— 

Flint Precinct - 

M Soldiers' Home Pre. 

sd ^ '* ** 

4th •* " " 

6th " " " 

Ifadlson 

Mad River .... 

Miami „.... 

Perry 

Randolph .... 

Van Buren... 

Washington 

Vayne.. 



•*•••••• • ••■•••• ••• 



Qovemor, 

1881. 




Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



"6 



166 


178 


157 


225 


830 


148 


117 


122 


246 


114 


288 


124 


380 


227 


287 


156 


153 


181 


S¥) 


263 


^yi 


267 


214 


864 


213 


420 


236 


3d5 


151 


356 


397 


224 


203 


119 


301 


322 


215 


283 


841 


203 


199 


227 


138 


158 


428 


451 


281 


380 


208 


407 


202 


405 


256 


252 


806 


866 


350 


825 


295 


283 


155 


805 


249 


212 


552 


718 


214 


296 


227 


282 


221 


815 


267 


167 


180 


142 


0726 


l(»»2 



348 
886 
481 
240 
361 
414 
610 
446 
837 
617 
524 
581 
635 
600 
511 
629 
825 
633 
605 
549 

428 
296 
885 
613 
626 

607 
512 
674 
681 
678 
461 
492 
1275 
510 
510 
638 
438 
822 



Totols „ 9726 10332 20182 8»i6 8939 8768 



174 


175 


153 


210 


301 


139 


106 


1'22 


229 


134 


246 


123 


337 


193 


242 


141 


150 


!(,» 


327 


280 


236 


231 


100 


860 


162 


399 


190 


373 


156 


338 


828 


191 


203 


117 


2a5 


805 


185 


248 


266 


155 


176 


210 


108 


131 


365 


894 


205 


258 


150 


822 


168 


881 


313 


190 


398 


212 


886 


207 


832 


200 


189 


215 


223 


190 


480 


662 


144 


229 


211 


239 


191 


272 


245 


141 


132 


124 


t846 


8980 



170 
114 
294 
129 
229 
235 
342 
261 
126 
291 
248 
202 
133 
182 
143 
880 
242 
322 
196 
278 

180 
120 
844 
223 
150 

154 
271 
320 
878 
818 
188 
191 
681 
123 
208 
211 
262 
189 



es * 



209 
294 
149 
135 
151 
153 
235 
157 
191 
296 
288 
443 
485 
403 
872 
257 
155 
885 
830 
17p 

195 
140 
437 
835 
840 

878 
295 
367 
321 
853 
252 
287 



236 
250 
279 
137 
125 



5 

o 

> 

1 

o 



379 
411 
443 
267 
884 
389 
577 
410 
318 
598 
533 
647 
619 
587 
520 
656 
413 
713 
531 
453 

882 
260 
785 
561 
630 

636 
670 
716 
706 
674 
888 
460 
1282 
392 
469 
495 
405 
272 



10668 19600 



Governor, 1883. 



n^* 



« 



so 



o 



BcSG 



so QC 



•23 






s 

o 

5 

o 

H 



188 
88 
804 
149 
251 
228 
352 
284 
149 
810 
234 
215 
145 
186 
128 
426 
288 
367 
219 
278 

181 
113 
859 
227 
158 

165 
800 
810 
882 
832 
187 
218 
611 
165 
220 
217 
278 
161 



231 
304 
171 
156 
146 
146 
265 
178 
197 
318 
806 
494 
539 
428 
890 
816 
181 
455 
361 
176 

218 
154 
442 
341 
860 

400 
860 
801 
848 
406 
260 
290 
728 
242 
278 
816 
134 
188 



1 1 

1 

1 

.... 1 
.... 1 

1 

2 1 

2 

.... 5 

1 



9182 11470 119 62 



1 1 



6 3 
2 



3 2 
6 



14 16 

6 

2 

4 

26 1 



8 
1 



8 
6 
2 



19 
6 
2 
3 



421 
394 
477 
307 
399 
372 
619 
465 
349 
634 
548 
717 
688 
617 
518 
754 
471 
822 

455 

414 
273 
807 
574 
561 

688 
660 
622 
738 
744 
400 
506 
1246 
421 
600 
686 
414 
284 



20886 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 

1880. 



<'6 



•do 



s 

o 



& 



Governor, 
1881. 



•S5 



8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 



Is 

tec 







Governor, 1888 



o 



o 



o 






08 « 



t 






Daerfleld. 
Homer ..^ 
Malta. 
Manchester 

Wt^fKVllw •• •«•„ 



•••«»»«•«••••••»« •«■••••••• 



•«•«*«•«•«•••«•»«••• 



Penn 

ynion.* .-»»...■..•..». ...».«»»»«... 

Totals 



Ill 
185 
188 
110 
265 
279 
68 
841 
185 
243 
215 
170 
247 
108 

2610 



101 
207 
184 
116 
118 
116 
116 

97 
143 
243 

64 
188 
277 
137 

loir 



212 
848 
272 
227 
309 
410 
185 
470 
291 
606 
284 
361 
628 
246 

4^ 



104 
111 

78 

96 
214 
262 

69 
298 
111 
283 
202 
156 
221 

82 



97 
181 
149 

93 

95 
100 
102 

96 
116 
224 

49 
145 
251 
137 

7^ 



76 

92 

76 

98 

192 

255 

48 

282 

105 

288 

178 

152 

224 

86 

2101 






5 

o 

3 

o 



78 • 
160 I 
186 
76 
86 
101 
88 
80 
109 
211 I 
40 
168 
282 
120 

1682 



166 
265 
214 
178 
284 
881 
142 
891 
227 
468 
236 
313 
459 
206 

8921 



86 
105 

88 

las 

225 
265 

60 
310 
184 
238 
180 
159 
221 

99 

2268 



iro 


1 


206 


4 1 


162 


9 


111 


7 


113 


17 


117 


19 1 


101 


6 


03 


84 ; 


182 


12 . 


272 


24 ' 



64 ! 16 
168 I 8 

272 

142 



2088 



161 



188 
317 
260 
221 
856 
408 
167 
439 
284 
688 
261 
826 
498 
248 

4473 



ABMUAL BEFOST 8BCRETAST OF STATE. 
MOBBOW CODNTY. 





PTMMenl, 


1 


"rE"' 


SecTyot 
Hl«t«,18HZ. 


j 


OoTernor, 1881. 




TovDibliM BJid Wards. 


■<2 

■3 




11 


i 


Il 
"1 


II 


1 


ri 


i 


11 


1 




i 
1 

14.1 

1 
1 


m 
m 

85 

i 

HO 

lis 


1 
i 

293 


302 

1 

138 

ion 

.117 

1 


1 

1 

15T 
M2 


!S 

lie 

TO 

1 

lis 


i 

ua 

176 
71 


ZM 

288 
232 

S 
1 

2rie 
212 


IW 
150 

1 

80 


03 

s 

1 
1 


31 

'a' 


"I 




















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SSSIir:::::-:::::::;::: 


I*? 




W 






f? 










Totals 


SIDl 


2US 


18N4 


■2m 


UM 


zcM 


jsr7 


nm 


23IB 


I1T5 ll» 


18 


177S 



MUSKINGUM 



ELECTION BTATISnCS. 



35) 



MUSKINGUM COUNTY-Concluded. 



Townihlps and Wards. 



Perry 

Rich Hlil 

Balem 

8alt C^reek 

Bprlnstleid 

Ijoion — 

New Concord Prec't. 

Norwich " 

Wasblnislon 

Wavno „ 

Wayne Precinct 

Duncan KhIIh Prcc*t. 
Zanexvhto — 

Ul Ward 

2d " 



3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

7th 

8th 

»th 



4* 



I* 



Totals. 



President, 
1880. 



C at 

50 



"5 



71 
197 

81 
131 
127 

131 
120 
lit 
169 



229 
lyj 
2I< 
172 
2^»9 
210 
2^3 
229 
31M 



5804 



172 
138 
113 
131 
174 

59 

73 

212 

179 



111 

22« 
270 
21 1;^ 

211 
9^ 

2r>7 

140 



5330 



o 

► 

3 

o 



215 
340 
21 »4 
266 
3i>l 

192 
197 
32.') 
i,5U 



840 
42:1 
4S3 
.•{H2 
fl9 
42(r 
3 
•iiK) 
47U 



Governor, 

1881. 






08 
174 

68 
122 
HI 

102 
91 
Ki 



74 
74 

210 
177 
ISH 
l.i<» 
214 

04)l 
*^ t 

L2.*» 
2:7 



Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



u « 






o 

o 



Governor, 1888. 






OB 



•Hi 



S a 



164 
125 
103 
111 
143 

52 

78 
173 



11163 , 5131 



K7 
84 

110 
y21 
271 
174 
241 
2;i7 
H»2 
210 
140 

4947 



68 
154 

74 
118 

131 
1(10 
107 



78 
59 

193 
172 
1:3 
l;t8 
24S 
172 
2.M» 
212 
2«« 



167 

101 
113 
120 
148 

47 

81 

179 



I 



23S 
281 
200 
^i5 
240 

185 

183 
2»7 



i;{6 
46 

128 
244 
Mr.' 
210 
27t) 
244 
111 

2a; 

14M 



5000 



£097 



218 
106 

324 

424 
475 
300 
5l'3 
425 
m) 
ATI 
431 



10373 



75 
213 

80 
136 
119 

133 

KM 
98 



167 

r^8 

124 
131 
167 

57 

76 

193 



89 
61 

208 
179 
1(>9 
162 
245 
1^0 
258 
249 
287 



5449 



132 
51 

147 
245 
322 
216 
277 
278 
126 
300 
153 



5574 



2 

11 

15 

6 

2 



58 



8 



6 



i 

o 

3 

o 

H 



1246- 
852 
21& 
27» 
289 

214 
185 
292 



30 



224 
112 

856 
426 
491 
382 
528 
460 
893 
553 
445 



11178 



NOBLE COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


i 

> 


Governor, 
1881. 


ReeVy of 
tMatc, 1882. 


2 



> 


Governor, 1883. 




Townshlpe and Wards. 


^2 




St 


n W. 
waller. 




• • 

X 3 


« 

'-I 


5 



> 




O'C 


C s 


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= c 


^ £ 


w 


Q.gB 1 fc.'O "U i *-'r; 


w 


• 


i^ 

c »* 
•^^ 














3 

^ 


4* ^K '^a^i-*^ 


5 



Beaver 

Brofjktleld 

Bufialo 

Caldwell Precinct 

Center 

Dexter Precinct 

Kant Union Precinct. 

Elk 

Enoch 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Marlon.. 

Noble 

Olive 

Seneca.. 

Sharon. 

SUjck 

Wayne.- 



A \^ v^LaA •»«•.• ••••■•■•• 



167 
131 

73 
129 
2>7 

89 



106 
79 
125 
15.1 
215 
lil 
141 
142 
60 
154 
132 



2316 



20.1 

99 

lU 

10) 



3S0 

2;;7 

2.{1 



101 

121 

«.{ 



9.i 


VM 


2.U> 


;,o 


120 


74 

119 


2»i.*{ 


30f» 


no 


109 


26K 


4M 


19 


2«'4 


119 


8i( 


\H\ 


l;.9 


43 


a:.'!> 


180 


1M» 


.•t2:{ 


UH 


147 


292 


1.S9 


81 


2;i') 


i;r> 


203 


2<W 


64{ 


111 


29.-, 


la-i 


40 


174 


114 


2044 


4582 


2182 



186 

W< 

i»9 

HO 

7H 

31 

19 

178 

171 

127 

t^s 

47 

173 

14{ 

6;{ 

17tJ 

110 

87 



1906 



140 

m3 

4.*) 
109 

79 
91 

w; 
21 

98 

7K 

160 

l«'l 

1(W 

124 

4(( 

M 

98 



1780 



U8 

74 

97 

113 

77 

34 

23 

1W> 

138 

Krt) 

f5 

49 

1.0 

\Xl 

f*8 

165 

(8 

81 



1666 



339 
1N9 
149 
l-J.') 
297 
114 
1J9 
220 
102 
207 
141 
2:0 
244 
243 
2i>l 
218 
161 
140 



3655 



1.'9 

111 

04 

l.V> 

2;w 

^0 
128 

96 

41 
118 
111 
197 
j:<7 
135 
142 

72 
107 
105 



2192 



19.-. 


15 




369 


91 


8 




210 


112 


1 





177 


113 


2 





270 


102 


18 


5 


360 


o9 


• • • • 




119 


25 


1 


10 


164 


199 
1^0 






296 




5 


226 


131 






2.'X) 


83 




7 


201 


78 


15 


30 


821 


188 


10 




885 


140 


2 




283 


77 


8 


7 


230 


IM) 


6 




258 


111 


1 


6 


225 


43 


11 


70 


150 


2093 


93 


4452 



352 



ANNUAL REPOBT BECRETABT OF 8TATK. 



OTTAWA COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



1 T 

I President,' 
1880. 



I at! • 



Oovemor, 
188L 



Bec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



^ \^ 



2 

o 

> 



o 




Bay 

Benton 

Carroll 

Catawba Island 

Clay 

Danbory 

Krle 

Harris 

Porta ff<* 

Put-ln-Bay— 

1st Precinct . .. 
2d 
3d 
Balem 



It 



TotaU 



26 
166 

56 

78 
857 
124 

61 

22;{ 

197 

196 
29 



59 



1510 



94 
297 
216 I 

Ml 

448 
211 
77 
320 
274 

68 
14 



486 



2559 



121 
474 
286 
128 
8L3 
33i 
141 
569 
474 

206 
43 



545 



4136 



14 
143 

45 

58 
230 
129 

55 
161 
160 

98 
19 



53 



1165 



79 
286 
171 

41 
9M 
183 

00 
253 
228 

40 
13 



488 



2141 



21 

166 

66 

57 

279 

87 

57 

211 

200 

50 
14 



48 



1256 



Qovemor, 18B&. 



2 

o 
> 

3 

o 









o 
> 

s 

o 



85 


106 
4M1 
279 
91 
616 
801 
125 
508 
425 

158 
37 


21 
175 

56 

56 
297 
102 

60 
205 
172 

62 

18> 

5 

53 


»4 
317 
283 

69 
4:^ 
246 

64 
8nr7 
255 

67 

23 

35 

536 






115 


811 

210 


• »«•• 


•«••• 


4M 

839 


34 






125 


834 






788 


211 






948 


67 






125 


281 
225 

90 
23 




8 


521 
428 

129 
41 








40 


484 


531 




8 


590 


2855 


3058 


1282 


2729 


40SS 



PAULDING COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 




Governor, 

1881. 



OQ 



7* ® 



P©c*ry of 
State, 1882. 


• 


Governor, 1888. 














S 9 

u m 

da 




9 









ts 

§5 


^O 
H 


^55 


s 


Jose 
For 




m 



2 

o 



o 



Aufrlaize 

Ponton 

Blue Creek ., 

Brown 

Carryall 

Trane 

Fmerald 

Hnrrlnon 

Jackson 

T^tt« 

Pnuldlnjr 

Washington 
Totals . 



108 


118 


221 


96 


81 


M 


175 


54 


74 


50 


124 


75 


180 


134 


814 


142 


310 


257 


572 


231 


159 


110 


269 


143 


78 


117 


195 


74 


89 


72 


161 


83 


99 


99 


198 


114 


44 


90 


134 


46 


142 


146 


288 


163 


168 
1627 


144 


812 


153 


1481 


2963 


1874 



88 

88 

42 

124 

222 

124 

92 

67 

103 

91 

188 

127 



1856 



90 

70 

84 

141 

249 

151 

63 

107 

114 

46 

206 

148 



1469 



106 
102 
62 
142 
222 
135 
107 

no 

112 
106 
257 
144 



1564 



196 
172 
146 
288 
471 
286 
170 
176 
226 
152 
4a3 
292 



808S 



108 

96 

110 

189 

270 

178 

78 

146 

136 

65 

278 

166 



1820 



108 
151 
111 
I.W 
232 
118 
96 
109 
123 
146 
841 
147 



1840 



216 
247 
221 
M7 
603 
296 
174 
8S5 
STB 
211 
819 
SIS 



ELECTION STATISTICe. 



363 



PERRY COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


Total. 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec'ry of 
Htate, 1882. 


• 

1 


Governor, 1883. 




Townships and Wards. 


<'6 
►?0 


•a c 


* •• 


^1 


• 

•a 

-^ 

H 


el 




si 

3W 


Is 

^4 


lb s 


• 

3 

o 
H 


Bearfleld 


100 
153 

ajo 

219 
117 
154 
114 


101 
131 
292 
131 
163 
26») 
68 
243 


207 
284 
7h7 
a52 
2H4 
414 
182 
497 


90 
143 
177 
176 
117 
137 

94 
501 


88 
133 
307 
107 
161 
240 

292 


86 

r^ 

240 

176 

86 

143 

.*^? 
505 


74 

96 
198 

89 
144 
215 

61 
274 


162 
219 
672 
2(>7 
2:« 
359 
142 
863 


105 
144 

:jo8 

20.3 
115 
15.5 
102 


99 
119 
2K5 
118 
180 
2.V4 
102 


• • • ■ • 

• ••• ■ 


51 


204 


Clayton ^ 


285 


Coal 

Harrison 


Ml 
322 


Hopew«fll 


296 


J iCKflon... 






409 


Madison 


204 


Monroe 








ReDdvillt) Precinct 


2s*J 

;tt3 
i.5;{ 

^K) 
146 
305 
347 
118 


132 
21^2 
198 
368 
70 
427 
232 
345 




3 


423 


(^ornlne ** 


















628 


Monday Creek 


278 
H»9 
21>S 
3.->7 
100 


215 
398 
81 
418 
294 
359 


354 

CH.") 
19^^ 
757 
795 
4<)1 


i3i 

263 
129 
291 
266 
116 


180 
391 
73 
412 
2S9 
329 


101 
291 
129 
277 
184 

la'j 


143 
317 
79 
373 
lft5 
293 


246 
619 
211 

mi 

465 
401 






351 


Pike „ 

Plessaiit 


1 




675 
218 


Readins:*.. 




4 

59 


742 


Bait Lick 


&41 


Thorn 


471 




1 






Totals 


2876 


3187 


6252 


2634 


3128 


2534 


2511 


5421 


3116 


3221 


117 


6489 







PICKAWAY COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


5 
o 

> 

B 

o 


Gove 

18] 

ee ac 
.CO 


ruor, 
H. 

^^ 

*^ as 

o 

"5 


Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 


i 



> 


Gov 


emor 


• 

, 1883. 




Townships and Wards. 


<'6 
43> 




• 

•a 

O 


• • 


1^' 

IS*-* . 






• 

o 

1 
o 


ClrclevUl*-- 

Ist Ward- - 

2d " 

3d " ^ 


84 
169 
197 

75 
121 

180 

184 

143 

147 

41 

223 

174 

28« 

163 

201 

209 

176 

.39 

61 


167 
212 
206 
120 
152 

91 
164 
208 
248 
154 
186 
212 

94 
149 
208 
Zil 
341 
213 
263 
134 


251 
381 
40ii 
195 
274 
127 
»45 
392 
39;^ 

301 

4;w 

270 
4:^7 
372 
433 
550 
389 
803 
196 


74 
147 
16:{ 

64 
100 

32 
162 
141 
12.3 
117 

38 
188 
1.53 
237 
143 
156 
172 
144 

&7 

59 


151 
200 
200 
116 
147 

8;? 

110 
177 
217 
129 
146 
207 

91 
l:« 
156 
175 
288 
208 
214 

97 


71 
141 
1&5 

64 
113 

33 
129 
149 

i;« 

10«i 
33 
166 
1«J0 
207 
127 
148 
178 

i;^6 

29 
56 


168 
219 
2:» 
107 
146 
</ 
96 
167 
2;i5 
1.30 
1.35 
1S3 
71 
118 
160 
171 
245 
186 
199 
100 


239 
36:i 
897 
171 
261 

110 

227 
.331 
3(;9 
2^t6 
17(i 
a')9 
2:^1 
3;^3 

277 
320 
427 
322 
228 
168 


69 
147 
149 

69 
114 

31 
180 
178 
164 
122 

88 
197 
Ifti 
267 
IM 
H]6 
184 
146 

85 

61 


169 
223 
249 
119 
154 

i-H 
126 
1H4 
254 
16.' 
162 
228 

87 

im 

18S 
214 
307 
209 
237 
120 






245 


2 
1 


■••••• 


377 
399 


4th " „ 


188 


6th ** 


2 

"l 
9 
3 

> • • • • 




271 


OrcIevUle 

D«rbv 


119 
307 


Deer Creek- 

TTArrison 


372 
424 


Jackson ^ 


284 


Madtson 

Monroe .« 


200 


7 




432 


M tiYil^n h«rff 


254 


Perry- 


1 




421 


I*i<»k_awav 


824 


BaltC*reek 






884 


Bctoto -.... 

IRTAlnnt 


4 




496 
857 


Washington 

Wayne- « 






272 


8 





184 


Totals 


2910 


8758 


6678 


2450 


8187 


2844 


3132 


5531 


2616 


3630 


33!, ,, 


68U 






1 





23bs 



354 



ANNUAL BEPOBT BECBBTABT OF bTATB. 



PIKE COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


2 
o 
> 

3 


Governor, 
1881. 


8eo»i 
StaU 

3a 


py of 
S1882. 


2 

o 
> 

2 


Governor, 1883. 




Townships and Wards. 


^2 






4 


sa 

k 


Oiaa 


&2^ 






• 

5 

o 
> 

3 


Beaver 


46 
122 

77 
272 

6» 
105 
175 
203 
198 

88 
189 
123 

;tf» 

50 


121 
190 
121 
138 
210 
109 
115 
425 
159 

9H 
139 

81 
186 
100 


173 
812 
189 
424 
279 
216 
291 
628 
359 
190 
340 
2(>4 
226 
152 


a5 
111 

72 

226 

46 

88 

155 

170 

16(i 

75 

158 

102 

27 

51 


105 
159 
114 
108 
178 

88 
118 
380 
144 

74 
130 

72 
168 

91 


40 
112 

78 
175 

6e 

87 
134 
150 
159 

84 
106 
115 

29 

45 


107 
152 
90 
125 
172 

121 
378 
152 

70 
117 

72 
lo9 

76 


150 
265 

168 
313 
224 
180 
264 
5«5 
334 
154 
314 
190 
170 
124 


51 
117 

05 
222 

62 
109 
161 
2l»4 
187 

95 
190 
108 

44 

&1 


118 
164 
118 
168 
214 

95 
150 
432 
161 

77 
151 
106 
109 

91 


• •••• 

2 
5 
3 
21 
2 


1 


171 


Benton 


281 


Camp Creek ^ 


214 


Jaokson 


384 


Mifflin 


27t 


Marlon 


209 


Newton 


814 


Pee Pee 


657 


Pebble 


849^ 


Perry 


17* 


Seal 

Scioto 




12 


855 

214 


Bunflsh 






216 


Union 


33 


13 


15& 






Totals 


1766 


2192 


S9t^ 


1482 


1927 


1424 


1855 


3415 


1699 


2204 


3967 







PORTAGE COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 




1880. 




• 


i^ 


• 

s 


<-d 




O 
> 


CO « 


^ V 




as 


= 3 


3 


43 


EsS 


o 



Governor, 
1881. 


Sec'ry of 
8tAle, 1882. 




Governor 


', 1883. 




*: 










•C Qi 




Charles 
Foster. 


John W. 
Bookwalte 


Charles 
Townsend. 


• • 




> 

3 


Joseph B. 
Foraker. 


si 


o: c 

if 

-1 


00 K 

11 



Atwater 

Aurora 

Brlmfleld 

Charles town, 

Deerfleld 

Edlnburg 

Franklin 

Freedom 

GarrettsvlUe 

Hiram , 

MantiPa 

Nelson , 

Palmyra 

Paris 

Randolph ... 

Ravenna 

Hoots town..., 
Shalersvllle.. 
Streetsboro .. 

Suffleld 

Windham .... 

Totals .. 



182 


108 


805 


155 


67 


125 


117 


67 


IW 


119 


51 


82 


90 


197 


2X7 


70 


im 


57 


133 


45 


178 


111 


30 


111 


198 


68 


271 


152 


56 


127 


143 


8^'> 


231 


111 


62 


98 


471 


4:» 


965 


408 


892 


338 


105 


QTy 


230 


147 


45 


122 


191 


76 


271 


152 


64 


150 


196 


146 


345 


141 


114 


108 


168 


177 


319 


148 


127 


130 


152 


112 


2a5 


128 


89 


99 


140 


151 


291 


107 


128 


m 


132 


47 


179 


105 


37 


as 


222 


179 


402 


195 


133 


159 


595 


454 


1077 


524 


384 


449 


169 


141 


316 


126 


117 


116 


135 


152 


289 


H«l 


121 


92 


99 


99 


2»»1 


107 


77 


87 


104 


259 


264 


91 


204 


86 


188 


80 


270 


159 


72 


l&l 


8990 


8147 


7270 


3365 


2548 


2890 



82 

59 

173 

31 

50 

56 

867 

47 

64 

115 

139 

85 

129 

29 

165 

461 

111 

101 

80 

208 

77 



2629 



219 
143 

2:n 

144 
183 
1.59 
777 
176 
243 
224 
283 
198 
226 
llMi 
337 
938 
2.85 
193 
169 
295 
253 



5752 



166 


101 


17 


2 


104 


74 


1 




71 


179 


1 


• 


125 


45 


2 




164 


84 


18 




116 


81 


5 


8 


4;UJ 


399 


15 


29 


140 


57 


6 




171 


75 


29 




138 


i;^ 


5 




154 


159 


22 




112 


105 


i-o 




163 


156 


1 




U'l 


45 


1 




187 


191 


15 




562 


5116 


15 


6 


137 


15:1 


3 


1 


117 


125 


1 




100 


91 


6 




97 
184 


285 
82 






5 




3565 


8084 


188 


41 



5 

o 
> 

3 

o 



28a 

17^ 
253 
172 
2H6 
2l>5 
87a 
'JM 
276 
282 
34(f 
287 
321 
167 
389 
1098 
205 
243 
2U0 
832 
271 



688(» 



ELECTION 8TATI8TICS. 



355 



PREBLB COUNTY. 



President, 
1880. 



Townibipa and Wards. 





ffjj 


• « 


M 


<2 


|SS 


« ^ 


0) o 




«fl 


94 

5» 



Governor, 

1881. 



5 

o 
> 

S 
o 
H 






8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 



osa 

Oo 

H 



• ■ 



3 
o 
>> 

s 

o 



Qovemor, 1888. 



S o 



to >i 



^ 0) 

3 o 
a « 

la 



Sf? 1*2 



s 



a 
6.2 



I 
I 



Dtxon 



a •••«••«•• • 



West Elk ton Precinct 
Winchester " 

Harrti*on— 
Lewlsburg Precinct...^ 
Went Sonora 

Israel 

Jackson , 

Jaflerson 

Lanier 

Monroe 

ftomers 

Twin ^ , 

Washington 

ToUls 



162 


106 


270 


189 


no 


96 


206 


98 


U9 


56 


236 


189 


157 


129 


289 


122 


162 


172 


851 


148 


137 


148 


288 


HI 


828 


89 


417 


258 


198 


151 


349 


177 


288 


250 


543 


260 


16U 


257 


418 


141 


218 


230 


471 


197 


394 


191 


685 


837 


167 


335 


403 


i:» 


583 


501 


1069 


545 


8188 


2711 


6006 


2805 



98 
88 

47 
104 

141 
136 
59 
125 
221 
234 
207 
166 
266 
496 

2386 



113 
85 

100 
111 

127 
1(^1 
230 
136 
242 
126 
168 
300 
125 
M5 



2512 



71 
71 

50 
108 

149 
128 
59 
103 
189 
201 
172 
169 
274 
495 



195 
157 

188 
223 

828 

286 
306 
244 
455 
833 
38K 
467 
421 
1061 



2229 



4997 



150 


111 


6 




110 
119 


86 
52 






40 




116 


130 


5 




178 


178 


28 




119 


158 


3 




285 


92 


11 




l»^ 


146 


• ••«• 




270 


245 


23 




149 


242 


5 




219 


213 


37 




835 


IfcO 


18 




HO 


299 


10 




559 


693 


14 

190 




2926 


2734 



26» 
19T 

21& 
26» 

878^ 
280 
888 
83a 
540 
897 
469 
5&9 
449 
1171 



5871 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



President, 
1680. 



Governor, 

1881. 



Townships and Wards.* 



-<2 

a^ 



2 8 
© s 

c 



2 

o 
> 

1 

o 
H 




Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



osa 



5» 



2 

o 
► 

3 

o 



Governor, 1888. 



so 



■d « 



9 ^ 






2 

o 
> 

3 

o 



Blanohard 

Greensbarg 

Jackson 

Jennings 

Liberty 

Monroe 

Monterey 

Ottawa- 
East PreclAct... 
West 

Palmer 

Perry- 

Pleasant 

Bllfry 

Bagar CYeek 

Union 

Van Buren— 
North Precinct 
Soath ** 

ToUU 



149 


275 


426 


105 


72 


146 


218 


37 


47 


190 


237 


24 


88 


260 


339 


tiO 


108 


228 


837 


98 


71 


86 


161 


52 


48 


237 


285 


23 


125 


837 


463 


98 


15 


246 


264 


13 


61 


126 


lh9 


40 


130 


108 


238 


106 


367 


360 


725 


298 


97 


164 


2rtl 


72 


167 


12«) 


290 


156 


126 


173 


298 


108 


74 


173 


248 


43 


117 


198 


826 


103 


1851 


3417 


5805 


1481 



212 
126 
138 
197 
194 
45 
197 

320 

217 

90 

74 

296 

105 

98 

149 

145 
145 



97 
41 
27 
83 
73 
44 
14 

119 

11 

60 

117 

263 

70 

lf>8 

118 

82 
86 



2743 



1418 



212 


313 


126 


130 


172 


61 


163 


190 


43 


225 


308 


89 


181 


179 


122 


51 


98 


91 


234 


248 


23 


813 


4^8 


136 


206 


218 


11 


119 


18U 


85 


118 


285 


149 


258 


532 


853 


89 


161 


93 


102 


260 


182 


124 


244 


123 


162 


214 


72 


171 


294 


146 


2861 


4884 


1905 



260 
160 
191 
271 
267 
110 
260 

875 
245 
226 
Uf9 
854 
160 
182 
169 

208 
256 



• • • •••••' 



'••••• • ••• 



3738 



11 







22 



6 



89t 

22L 
234 
860 
892 

2l>4 
28& 

511 
256- 
812 
260 
7ia 
256 
SIS' 
2t% 

285 
409 



5602 



AmUAL BBPOBT BBCBETAST OP STATE. 
BICHLAND COUNTY. 



tewnsblpa and Wuda. 






I If mat 



Blooming Qrove ... 



JeOrraiin , 

UtKllhOD., > 

HlfDIu.- „ 



' 3K \ 29.'i , aw 2UI 



PlTlDOUtll— 

N.irth Precinct... 
South 
Sfcndutky..... 

BprlnglleitI 



WmililiiKlon . 
Wollf- 



liii , XS)\ WK 



Worttilnglun „. Lij : 3:)a 

iHt Ward. I »5« I IK I 



. tU3.> 4><fu 8930 



3tlT CSi .'UTS laij 



IS '::::::: 


11, .=1 


j 3 ,....:.■ 



ROSS COUNTY. 





■^iff" 


1 

i 




™, 


ftcc- 


7i»c 


1 


Governor, 1S83. 


J 


Townships and Wards. 


Mi- 
ni 55 




^1 

^1 


^1 


i 


4' 


mx-k-ktn 


Si 

i 

i 

so 


i 

i 

212 

re 

80 
M 


;=; 


TOT 

1 

328 

■s 

ss 


79 


1-rt 

Ofi 
219 

H 

M 

SO 


i 
1 

242 
91 


i 

1 
IS 

NO 


12U 

i 

2K 

ea 

68 
«7 


i 

135 

1 

88 


8 


r 




0"ler)rin 

































^5 






















iipii>i<v- 




■prriijfneld— 






iti 



ELECTION STATIBTIC8. 



367 



ROSS COUNTY-Concluded. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 



O 



28 



S 

o 



Governor, 
1881. 






Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



-1^ 



8 o 



3 

o 



Governor, 1888. 










iiii 



1 



Twin 

Union- 
North Precinct 
South ** 

Chiltlcothe- 

1st Ward 

2d " „ 

8d " 

4th " 

6th *♦ 

«th " 

Totals 



286 

59 
292 

144 
259 
219 
247 
294 
1U5 



4784 



279 




251 


65 




61 


205 




286 


229 




124 


210 




221 


189 




208 


197 




209 


240 
166 


• ••••••• 


245 
80 


4551 




4175 



222 


286 


266 


47 


61 


62 


196 


221 


217 


216 


110 


262 


207 


1K8 


245 


156 


im 


177 


165 


196 


242 


280 


223 


271 


187 


76 


196 


8954 


4003 


4463 



6S2 

128 
439 

^864 

429 

443 
495 
271 

85n 



268 

68 
239 

129 
220 
211 
238 
247 
88 



4405 



264 

67 
227 

268 
221 
188 
227 
279 
209 



4728 



8 



18 



IM 

407 



4a 

888 
401 
6« 

29f 



9118 



SANDUSKY COUNTY. 





Pres 

s| 

1 *^ 


'li nt, 

Is 


i 


> 

3 




Governor, 
1881. 


Sec'ry of 
SUte, 1882. 


Total vote. 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 






1I 


It 


h 

•-3* 




■Of 


1^ 


1 

1 


Ballvllle 


209 

86 
471 


262 

85 
317 


489 
171 
854 


178 

92 

412 


248 

71 

299 


188 

97 

362 


214 

86 
822 


415 
184 

748 


176 
101 
434 

48 
180 
165 

44 

81 
185 
140 
179 
172 

71 
182 

162 

98 
153 
114 


255 

103 
357 
65 
139 
267 
156 
249 
240 
154 
174 
820 
282 
124 

120 
251 
252 
219 
53 




8 


481 


Bellevue Precinct 


208 


Green Creek „ 

Helena Precinct. 


56 
2 


13 


888 
lli 


Jackson ,. 


19*» 
19;j 

55 
100 
157 
147 
202 
175 

93 
225 

157 
122 
140 
207 
121 


188 
2.-»5 
153 
2H9 
220 
202 
170 
878 
275 
137 

81 
213 
20H 
189 

43 


889 

448 
208 
870 
388 
352 
380 
578 
373 
370 

245 

341 

406 
100 


140 

139 

88 

83 

131 

111 

153 

117 

62 

155 

140 

i:)3 

97 

172 

98 


*i59 
215 
138 
2tl 
195 
148 
108 
326 
216 
107 

106 
208 
241 
180 
43 


170 

168 

89 

67 

184 

130 

126 

168 

71 

128 

167 

118 

94 

176 

88 


248 
l.-JO 
203 
181 
155 
144 
8.H2 
261 
83 

86 
207 
209 
182 

46 


305 
416 
169 
280 
318 
2K8 
294 
510 
334 
217 

2M 

328 
3l»5 
366 
142 


828 


Madison ~ 






423 


Rice 

Rllejr 


"9 

18 

6 


"1 

• «•• . - 


200 
888 


Sandusky 

Scott 


876 

896 


Townsend 

WasblnKtou 


878 
497 


Woodvllle 


868 


York 


13 3 


822 


Fremont— 
Ut W^ard 






286 


ad •* 

3d •* „ 


.:::::: 2 
1 


838 
868 


4th ** - 


* r 


27 


880 


Stem Town Pieclnct 


161 


Totals 


3059 


♦W81 


2446 


3338 


2486 


3222 


5873 


2719 


3770 


no 


66# 











-:> 



xamVJU^ HBPQBT aaCKETABY OF STATE. 



SCIOTO OOXJNTY. 



..«l«^^«v« >V«Oi^ 



V - * ■>■ 







i 


Soremor, 
Uffil. 


8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 


ote. 


Governor, 188S. 




<-> 




^1 


4 


^§ 




. 




1^ 


1 


* - 


:i2 


> 




9^ 


"1 




> 

1 


so 
4^ 


6p3 




3 


:t: 


:tc 


«p« 


2M 


90 


206 


179 


425 


296 


170 


1 


6 


473 


'^ 


-•'* 


aJo 


90 


198 


91 


192 


900 


145 


268 




7 


422 




'■*'. 


356 


132 


105 


125 


118 


245 


118 


131 




1 


2S8 


. *i 


vXj 


11)8 


174 


114 


16U 


121 


290 


173 


140 


7 




318 


, 


*v 


:5>2 


131 


79 


121 


82 


204 


148 


108 




1 


257 


> 


•1* 


IH> 


01 


66 


57 


54 


115 


67 


86 




4 


15i 


^ 


::»L 


;$£! 


IM 


84 


148 


84 


274 


170 


114 




82 


81C 


UC 




ill 

l^ 

i!f: 


126 

119 

81 


59 

61 
72 


101 

125 
62 


57 

92 
118 


164 

219 
180 


164 

121 
75 


41 

77 
108 






206 


* 
1 




••«••• 


IW 


*, 


1 




18< 


:.'^' 


^7 


*^ 


213 


167 


228 


187 


443 


261 


204 


5 




473 


's* 


ye 

1 

•^U 1 

1 


$76 
471 
;£» 

*f7 
H9 

276 
2*> 


124 
271 
153 
189 
217 

2tr2 

74 

55 
105 
112 
135 


214 
149 
176 
129 
147 
134 

78 
143 

86 
117 

85 


129 
274 
140 
186 
228 
272 
65 
51 
109 
119 
116 


269 
193 
202 
172 
188 
176 

82 
182 

81 
137 
107 


401 
470 
818 

aw 

420 
450 
147 
28.5 
196 
256 
228 


117 

274 

1.56 

207 

276 

323 

87 

54 

96 

103 

130 

3561 


252 
184 
173 
146 
157 
176 

178 

99 

127 

107 






300 


Vi 






400 


'. 






832 


•» ' 






SS8 


-'»:^ 




••■••• 


434 


<*• 






499 


■»»> 






175 


^ 






231 


' •. 






201 


: 'V 






281 


: .; 




1 


238 


««iv 


(ft»8 


3224 


25.=>3 


3114 


3073 


6367 


3134 


14 


51 


6771 



SESECA COUNTY. 



»\. H 



I vv \ *vl >^ :%tsl*v 



*v.x t 



\ 



V t • t 



» \ ». >. 



\\ 



1 \ 



IJ5 


SIX 

^ 5 


Total vote. 


Governor, 

1881. 


See'] 
State 


py of 
,1882. 


Total vote. 


Governoi 

1 1 rs 

so ^ o 


>, 1883. 






up 


l| 


• 

Z« 1 OD d 

ja^ 1 £^ 
H i ^^55 




1 
3 


11^ 


i4r» 

S.VS 
279 
2*2 
IHO 
216 

59 

80 
190 

ei»8 

2.'»8 
IH2 
199 
22S 
2=».l 
325 

\%.% 
eis 

197 
J«l 
317 

4s<45 




90 


128 

40 

.312 

lai 

18*< 
142 

\m 

48 

•TO 

189 
171 
212 
118 
\m 
191 
200 
273 

202 

220 
2M) 
204 
2S2 
285 


94 
72 
74 


Ill 
324 


206 

\m 

3J»S 
46.J 
310 
329 
340 

171 
102 
502 
2«:j 
7.r7 
2H9 
327 
419 
'^\ 
3S.i 

aso 

372 

4:t6 
322 

asi 

483 


91 
79 
90 
262 
156 
197 
134 

142 

57 
2«J6 

71 
4(.7 
l')7 

\m 

201 

123 

92 

136 
l*i9 
IhM 
144 
115 
197 


159 
55 
344 
2:« 
211 
179 
212 

0*5 
«W 
215 
lf*2 
31-4 
IVS 
204 
211 






258 


si 




62 
85 
2.'i2 
143 
185 
116 

121 
48 
222 
97 
474 
113 
145 
200 


1 


1 


181 


to:: 




434 


>'> 




221 ^« 


5 
1 
3 
3 

24 

2 
7 


10 

1 

8 

• • • • » 

...... 


611 


[^^.^ 




ia5 

188 
126 

119 

284 


196 
142 
212 

48 

60 

2IM 


STf 


:\ > 




887 


ik> ' 




358 


14? 




222 


*< : 




130 
496 


y«i 




71 ; 190 
4.V) 1 271 
131 , 111 


1 


268 


{ *t 




24 

3 14 
6 


794 


IVN 1 




834 


tv» i 




IM 
207 
116 


174 

209 
'2iXK 


370 


>^'i 1 




13 


..... 
3 


428 


U: 1 




115 


2:^ 3 

302 ; 2 

2;{0 ' 3 


387 


l*Vv , 




76 

104 
82 

121 
99 
75 

191 


91 288 
115 '22.*^ 


88i 


I M 




378 


I tti 




l«l 
157 
123 
KW 
174 


201) 
270 
IW 
'273 
291 


225 
291 

207 
28:{ 


i 2 


397 






1 

"a" 


3 
1 
8 

52 


468 

854 


u>» 




407 


-'*» 




329 , 


10 
113 


588 


iC^VS 




3205 


4273 


3391 


4481 


8050 


3677 


4910 


8778 






1 





ELECTION BTATISnOB. 



359 



8HELBY COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


o 
> 

3 




Governor, 
1881. 1 


Sec*ry of 
State, 1882. 


2 

> 

09 


Gtovemoi 


•, 188R. 




Townships and Wards. 

':. c - 


• • 

5* 


WInfleld 8. 
Hancock. 


'1 

11 


John W. 
Bookwalter. 


• 

c a 
^ 


James W. 
Newman. 


« 


• 

5W 


Ferdinand 
Bohnmacher. 


5^ 


1 
1 


<Clinton 


586 
87 
125 
108 
156 
1.S5 
108 
22 
117 
172 
204 


600 
2n3 
362 
151 
201 
271 
276 
823 
90 
143 
189 


1186 
^0 
489 
260 
358 
406 
386 

217 
315 
393 


535 

68 

90 

104 

127 

78 

76 

13 

114 

liO 

176 


564 
215 
298 
114 
153 
202 
210 
234 
86 
108 
173 


516 

59 

77 

98 

100 

103 

84 

16 

102 

IM 

120 


548 
175 
315 
132 
126 
2U0 
196 
269 

79 
106 

62 


1065 
2d4 
392 
230 
239 
303 
281 
285 
190 
261 
181 


105 
101 
109 
116 
152 
130 
97 
16 
122 
171 
170 

101 
176 
103 
132 
164 
97 
120 


152 
233 
394 
158 
184 
268 
259 
316 
108 
145 
224 

128 
134 

84 
148 
125 
250 

88 






266 


Cynthian 






8S6 


IMnsmore.. 






500 


Franklin 






274 


<Qreeu 






886 


Jackson 






896 


Lo ramie 






858 


Mnf ..«>an . 






832 


Oranffe 






835 


Perry 






819 


gnlem 







896 


eidney— 
1st ward 






276 


2*1 " 






















811 


8d *' 






















188 


4th ** 























280 


Turtle Creek 


188 
110 
156 


126 
331 
105 


314 
341 
264 


1^ 

82 
108 


97 
173 

68 


158 
68 
94 


194 

178 
60 


252 
245 
155 






290 


Vnn BurcQ 






848 


WashluKVon 






212 










Totals 


2274 


3320 


5616 


1844 


2685 


1729 


2640 


4317 


2182 


3398 


5764 











STARK COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 


Total vote. 


Governor, 

1881. 


James A. 
Garfield. 


Winfield 8. 
Hancock. 


Charles 
Foster. 


John W. 
Bookwalter. 



8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 



0: a 
^ o 



op £ 
1-5 ^^ 




t* 



!• 



Bethlehem 

Canton 

Can ion— 

in Ward 

2d 

3d 

4th " 

5th 

«th 

7th 

JaclcMon 

Lake 

Lawrenrc — 

Fulton Precinct... 

lAwr«'n<'e *' 

Youn^Htown Hill« 
Lexinjrton— i 

North Alliance Prcc»t.l 

Scmth " " ...! 

LimaviHe : 

Mamillon^ 

1st Ward 

2d •• 

8d •* 

4th " «. 

Marlaboro 

NimlRhlllen 

OsnaburK— 

Oanaburg Precinct 

Mapleton *' 
Pwis— 

Minerva Precinct.. 

Parts " 



190 
256 



363 

297 



455 I 4:>:^ 

17:^ I 2.<U 

810 : ui 



172 
185 



2.5K 



5.>5 
559 

928 
608 
415 
701 



2*^5 245 

118 

103 



57 
00 



299 j 192 
4S5 ' iDi) 

112 ;r2 



218 
205 
M4 
90 
261 
271 

157 
132 

192 
89 



161 
136 
261 i 
152 ' 
196 
4;J2 

190 
60 

128 
220 



4:^ 
521 

532 
179 
171 

ma 
7;i7 

167 

379 
^7 
578 
242 
469 
706 

347 
192 

S20 
810 



161 

415 
349 

19S ' 
320 I 



141 
1U5 

279 
119 
102 

22H ' 

420 ' 

95 I 

200 
196 , 
31«i I 
76 
220 
201 

181 
116 

158 
70 



335 

257 : 



214 
4 IS 



209 
295 

218 
51 

5tt 

147 

ItW 
22 

151 

im 

224 
14a 
145 
860 

179 
53 

117 
185 



155 
2il 



458 I 185 
251 i 157 



190 ; 
176 , 
207 , 

20H I 
112 I 
146 

258 

120 

68 

219 

84 

191 
2113 
291 
77 
19H 
182 

124 
115 

167 
73 



344 
293 

247 
197 
3.HI 
216 i 
241 

172 : 

193 

'2':ii 

293 

231 

66 

178 

212 

24 

176 
149 
279 
161 
1<«7 
396 

158 
52 

119 
223 



505 
537 

445 

364 
543 
4m 
471 
:^76 
472 
tin'> 

4.a) 

520 
1K4 
137 

441 

751 1 
131 



198 
296 

201 

203 
223 
212 
261 
227 
297 
130 
166 

275 

103 

66 

277 
529 
118 , 



:i68 


2:i0 


;^ 


21)9 


574 


335 


239 


6J» 


380 


250 


6U6 


278 


292 


163 


168 


J 14 


291 


166 


296 


80 



431 

369 

281 
249 
36<) 
260 

280 
211 
2.'« 

27S 

269 
8] 
65 

250 

257 

87 

203 



If' 


"q 


1 






6 




12 




12 


2 


13 


1 


,%•> 


2 


3; 


8 




• • •• 


"2" 


3 


23 


19 


31 , 


6 


13 ; 

1 



2a'? 







324 






IH9 


1 1 


2)1 


21 


• •• • • 

1 


452 


1 




201 






70 






129 
246 


2 





o 

3 



632 
679 

4m 
457 
597 

484 
557 
478 
541 
407 
514 

546 
184 
133 

556 

840 
175 

4i» 

412 

m\ 

258 
485 
787 

858 

184 

2m 

826 



860 



ANNUAL &BPOBT 8E0RETART OF 8TATB. 



STARK COUNTY-CJoncluded. 



Townthipfl and Wards. 



Perry— 
MassiUon Precinct 
Richville " 

Pike 

Plain 

Sandy 

Sugar Creek ..".........'. 

Tuscarawas 

Washington- 
Freiburg Precinct „ 
Mt. Union *• 

Totals 



i^resident, 
1880. 



^2 

h 



2S 



o 

3 



Gtovernor, 

1881. 






»-9 



Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



Is 
"I 



if 



o 

I 



Qovemor, 1888: 



^1^ 

n 

o 



i, 







'ii 



140 

51 

255 

212. 

m 

836 
847 

109 
169 



72ft4 



203 
123 
85 
846 
101 
222 
812 

131 
61 



6965 



847 
174 
840 
559 

298 
550 
666 

241 
220 



14467 



188 
46 
238 
166 
193 
801 
314 

101 
121 



6526 



168 
103 

67 
812 

82 
187 
281 

114 
54 



6199 



125 
49 
226 
181 
201 
805 
286 

82 
133 



6394 



157 
108 

78 
349 

88 
199 
253 

129 
52 



6820 



284 
158 
307 
534 

292 
508 
543 

212 
205 



13683 



119 
58 
242 
226 
206 
879 
805 

97 
142 



7437 



190 
109 
126 
886 
94 
264 
283 

140 
76 



8151 



74 



1 
13 



170 



I 

1 



SIO 
16» 



9» 

aos 

50^ 



2» 



15887 



SUMMIT COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


5 
o 

> 

1 


Governor, 

1881. 


Sec*ry of 
State, 1882. 


S 



3 


Govemoi 


', 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 








•^5 


• 

Is 
"1 




2 


oca 


^ 9 


si 

-i 


1 

3 


Akron— 
Ist Ward 


507 


270 


795 






















" A 


190 
279 


85 
168 


213 
227 


108 
221 


388 
477 


240 
240 


1(M 
230 


19 
25 


1 

3 


861 


" B 








497 


2d " 


446 


223 


691 




** A „ 


182 
231 


ire 
79 


m 

245 


180 
99 


275 

:^8 


180 
300 


159 
101 


9 

30 


6 
4 


800 


" B 








487 


8d " 


360 


286 


6^ 




•• A 


121 
273 


79 

206 


274 


92 
248 


238 
549 


132 
308 


108 
280 


9 
14 


4 

6 


S91 


" B 








610 


4th " 


336 


344 


716 




" A 


129 
217 
266 


148 
178 
204 


120 
1K8 
306 


212 
241 

305 


362 
4.58 
629 


152 
248 


234 
252 


10 
28 


10 
3 


4C7 


** B 








529 


6th " ^ 


299 


220 


539 




" A 


195 
ltf7 
253 
198 
131 

i;^9 

160 
379 
145 
128 
229 
150 
104 
1:7 
244 
221 
2U9 
124 
226 
128 


179 
143 
120 
5S 
161 

297 

206 

260 

205 

148 

UM 

96 

215 

290 

27 

259 

80 

94 

89 


7 

8 

16 

6 

28 

28 

6 

5 

18 

64 

12 

4 

7 

14 

22 

"ii 

18 
6 
2 

424 


1 
4 

14 
2 

"ib 

8 
6 

"e 
7 
5 

""i 
1 
1 


880 


•* B 






"■396 
284 
324 
804 

502 

5a5 

50S 
488 
418 
368 
259 
895 
•588 
2H6 
560 
252 
So7 
201 












828 


6t.h " 


298 
244 
173 
197 
208 
414 
161 
218 
261 
174 
129 
161 
250 
289 
252 
161 
292 
123 


85 

51 

144 

104 

269 

119 

316 

220 

147 

92 

123 

229 

263 

45 

292 

88 

61 

80 

4071 


252 
175 
188 
1:J8 
125 
408 
121 
127 
210 
12H 

75 
152 
216 
184 
196 
1(19 
282 

88 


66 

48 

109 

90 

21 14 

112 

246 

155 

114 

87 

90 

194 

219 

80 

248 

71 

69 

86 


248 
160 
15.8 
IIH 
144 
368 
116 

87 
174 
186 

77 
161 
208 
195 
187 

no 

200 
83 


a5 

44 

126 

92 

215 

141 

258 

101 

120 

74 

97 

2H) 

285 

41 

248 

6.5 

83 

79 


856 
211 
3U4 
227 
413 
525 
396 
833 
811 
226 
185 
395 
480 
240 
460 
189 
301 
185 


402 


Bath ; 


288 


Boston 


820 


Copley 


277 


Coventry 


479 


Cuyahoga Falls 

Franklin 


590 
430 


Green 

Hudson 


897 
891 


Northfleld 


26» 


Northampton 

Norton 


218 
448 


Portage 


560 


Rlcbffeld 


250 


Springfield 


489 


Slow.. :.:::::: 


2J2 


Tallmadflre 


828 


Twinsourgh 


221 






Totals 


5890 


10215 


4915 


3516 


4748 


4035 


9485 


5468 


4647 


105 


1070$ 




i 





BLECTIOM BTATISTIC8. 
TRUHBCLL COUNTY. 





■T*"-- 


■a 


IBM. 


ftec' 

Bute 


'im 


1 


Governor, 1883. 




Townthipi ud WkTdi. 


Is 




II 


4 


ll 


II 






ll 




f 


•^».( 


112 

i 

281! 

'i 

i 

M7 

1 


1 
1 
1 

111 

73 


ise 

301 

s 

320 
SSI 


B2 

1 

72 

20 
124 

li 
'i 


B7 

i 
s 

S3 
21 

80 

IW 
SO 

i 

M 

7* 
221 

57 


82 
88 
127 

i 
1 
1 

108 

m 


22 

51 

M 

42 
47 

ao 

t2 
42 

i 


1 

2ES 

1 

20l> 
43 

1 


M 
M 

s 

IBS 

!S 
IS 

1 

103 

1 

SO 

4S 
7S 

W 

WW 
810 


1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

J7 
IIW 

1 


i 
1 
1 

17 
9 

...„, 

!. 

2 


8 

S 

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::::: 
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IS 






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^^::=z::::::z 


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2I1 










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ii 

IW 

3a& 


1 

02 


i 

VA 

3K7 

m 


i 
1 


10 
ST 


IS 

SI 
hS 

68 


328 

i 
i 

1R1 




S-EEE 


i 


HiDMiJ tUOge Precinct 
W»n*r>..?™:.„ 

'•ff'v?;^, 


241 

SH 

4<»' 


M " . ..- 




Toteli 


SIK 


31« 


!©« 


■»" 


2108 


iMO 


2S71 


7388 


H7J 


JIM 


SW 


77 


»1» 



TUSCARAWAS COUNTY. 





PrMldent. 


1 


-- 

li 
1^ 


4 


Rer' 


yof 


f7^ 
1 


QoTernor, 1883. 




Towsihlpe and Wards. 


i 


., 
S = 


ll 
'1 


if 


i 


It Mil 
Uriel 


1 

1 




87 
20 

'i 

103 
601 


218 

1 

&J7 


1 

11B7 


48 
MB 


148 
824 


3>l 
301 
480 




2111 

,1 


ivi 

101 
7?2 
42 


200 

is: 

2»5 

s 

207 


..... 






2MI 










SffiE=E-" 


247 




: :i 






■■■« 


"MB 




;::::::: 




::;;;:::; 


::::::: 


::::::::: 


S! 










40 


ffl 


a 




uSSSS;r;z:::z::::::: 





Mi 



ANirUAL BEPOBT BEOBETABT OF STATE. 





TUSCARAWAS COUNTY-Concluded. 














President, 
1880. 


• 

1 


Governor, 
1881. 


Sec*] 
State 


py of 
, 1882. 


• 

5 

o 
> 

3 

o 
H 


Qoyemor, 188S. 




Townships and Wards. 

• 


il 
4^ 


'1 


cflao 


•-35 


"1 


• • 




8^ 




'^5 


• 

1 

3 


MIU- 
UbiichsvlUe Precinct. 


645 

176 

241 

117 

149 

180 

172 

67 

135 

100 

166 

84 

89 

66 


262 
199 
232 
136 
105 
300 
163 
252 
32 
92 
158 
148 
211 
160 


925 
383 
475 
253 
254 
480 
a50 
323 
167 
208 
325 
232 
SOI 
227 


496 

138 

168 

81 

125 

117 

136 

57 

104 

86 

146 

60 

72 

60 


193 

156 

197 

110 

86 

2.^ 

155 

20<) 

25 

74 

134 

130 

171 

145 


474 

111 

136 

71 

96 

107 

140 

56 

73 

82 

124 

49 

74 

48 


227 

180 

176 

94 

65 

211 

115 

165 

29 

62 

134 

101 

162 

129 


757 
311 
884 
175 
160 
319 
268 
225 
106 
158 
258 
153 
237 
179 


6»7 

188 

188 

93 

137 

138 

174 

76 

118 

107 

147 

70 

75 

71 


292 
231 
231 
121 
100 
261 
180 
241 
30 
98 
141 
135 
211 
167 






916 


Dennlson Precinct 

Oxford 


"a" 


4 
1 


425 
45t 


Perry.. 


216 


Rush 






297 


Salem 


7 


r 


404 


Sandy 


897 


Sugar Creek 


822 


Union 






149 


Warren 


•••»• 


10 


216 


Warwick 


288 


Washington 


206 


Wayne 






280 


York 






MO 










Totals 


4096 


4»44 


9044 


3374 


4126 


2876 


3989 


7114 


3819 


5026 


42 


19 


8861 







UNION COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



Allen 

Clai bourne . 

Darby 

Dover 

Jflckson 

Jerome 

liCeRburg 

Hberty 

Mill Creek ... 

Paris 

Taylor 

Union 

Washington 
York.„ 

Totals . 



President, 
1880. 



<2 

as Si 



eg 



Governor, 
1881. 



8ec*ry of 
State, 1882. 






S 



o 






5 

o 

► 

3 

o 
H 



Governor, 188S. 



op 



9 t^ 

« o 
OS 



J* 





el -55 






241 


102 


343 


465 


23.1 


705 


149 


155 


307 


102 


138 


240 


IV? 


16.=* 


320 


216 


15:? 


376 


221 


161 


3J^ 


22-5 


146 


372 


.50 


132 


193 


516 


421 


94« 


2a3 


115 


324 


213 


161 


404 


215 


61 


2H1 


303 


90 


394 


3302 


2236 


5596 



190 

371 

125 

96 

i:« 
im 

184 
192 
H2 
4S1 
162 
197 
193 
217 



276;^ 



72 
171 

12:? 

100 

i.rr 

131 
121 
126 
1(,9 
39* 
84 

im 

49 
68 



1827 



177 


82 


260 


221 


81 


1 


3;n 


193 


610 


454 


268 


55 


114 


139 


255 


127 


160 


5 


96 


119 


231 


114 


128 


8 


8<» 


127 


260 


149 


158 


24 


182 


111 


3(« 


199 


146 


15 


207 


150 


378 


253 


146 


14 


lO:? 


104 


277 


2lW 


130 


8 


37 


112 


179 


42 


IIH 


16 


4»i5 


431 


9'W 


552 


460 


20 


142 


91 


256 


209 


113 


15 


lf)5 


119 


321 


244 


157 


3 


200 


41 


249 


218 


71 


5 


221 


79 


318 


309 


101 


2 


2619 


1898 


4837 


3294 


2287 


191 



5 

o 
> 

s 

o 



ao7 

779 
294 
251 
3Si 

ass 

414 

341 

176 

1036 

sn 

406 
286 
4U 



574$ 



ELECTION BTATIBIIC8. 



363 



VAN WERT COUNTY. 





President, 

1880. -V 


1 

s 


Governor, 
1881. 


Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 


Total vote. 


Govemoi 


', 188S. 




Townships and Wards. 


^2 

40 


2g 


•SI 




• 

'a 

m a 
ot a 










« a 


3 



> 

3 


Harrison 


114 
128 
162 

77 
156 
170 
217 
118 

91 

147 
116 
161 
174 
268 


206 
l.fl 
112 
97 
176 
134 
151 
234 
154 

89 

8.^ 

96 

110 

175 


320 
26.3 
278 
174 
831 

3m 

368 
362 
245 

237 
199 
257 
284 
435 


98 
124 
12o 

66 
161 
161 
194 
113 

88 

146 
111 
174 
170 
229 


192 
146 
77 
92 
176 
142 
148 
232 
128 

92 

►8 

79 

124 

154 


102 
136 
150 

81 
1»6 
165 
179 
118 

86 

146 
104 
167 
160 


192 
159 
77 
108 
190 
134 
123 
237 
135 

93 

68 

77 

108 


294 
296 
229 
184 
880 
299 
802 
357 
221 

212 
163 
247 
269 


122 
160 
185 
87 
173 
189 
210 
145 
105 

170 
113 

188 
188 


214 
197 
114 
122 
219 
152 
166 
261 
190 

110 
90 
96 

129 






836 


Hoagtin 

Jennings 






85T 






301 


Jackm>n 






210 


Liberty , 






d9« 


Pleasant... 


841 


Ridge 






876 


Tulfy 






407 








299 


Van Wert— 
Ist Ward 






286 


2d •* „ 






205 


8d *' 






285 


4ih *• 






317 


Wlll&bire 








Kafit Precinct . ,..x 


12H 
105 
207 


113 

46 

434 


239 
151 
643 


143 

102 


135 
62 






279 


West " 
















163 


Wasblnston 


201 


455 


658 


197 


429 








East Precinct 


48 
124 

102 
111 
268 


206 
98 

176 

85 
79 






255 


Mlddlepolnt Precinct. 
Delphoft— 
8a Ward 


105 


100 


206 


99 


99 


111 


94 


2U6 




2 


224 
282 


4tli •' 






















196 


York.„ 


240 


62 


302 


247 


61 


246 


62 


909 






342 






2 




Totals 


2634 


2571 


6215 


2506 


2458 


2525 


2435 


4981 


29^ 


2900 


6867 













VINTON COUNTY. 
















Townships and Wards. 


President, 
1880. 

t 

40 i^K 


• 

• 

o 
> 


Gov< 

18 

1 - - 
ce (0 

.C 


?rnor, 

81. 

oc 
^1 


Sec' 
StaU 

• 

|g 

ee s 
H 


ry of 

),1882. 

• • 

5?; 


5 
o 
> 


Go^ 


'ernoi 

• 


% la 

• 
u 

5 ^ 

i: c 
ps 


p 


i 

O 
> 

2 

o 


Brown 


116 


124 
......... 










1 






N. W. Precinct 




60 

^^ 

15) 

69 
214 

68 
142 

H) 
1W4 

la^ 

168 
44 

115 
55 


37 
74 
2:i4 
116 
204 
HHi 
118 
81 

2;w 

101 
107 
15S 

31 
157 


4i 
146 

51 
22t? 

59 
IZi 

87 
155 
129 
194 

71 

110 
50 


2S 

m 

200 
100 
190 
101 
114 
96 
286 
IJU 
103 
159 

32 
158 


82 
109 
35.8 
15.5 
417 
KM) 
28.S 

im 
m) 

824 
301 
230 

142 
2U5 


62 

38 
187 

69 
22.> 

9J 
1.82 
114 
IHl 
188 
1K5 

68 

115 
73 


..,, 

39 

60 
2:J7 
12i 
192 
148 
125 

97 
2.50 
215 

80 
173 

86 
176 


<•«... 




101 


a E. •• 


64 
28;^ 
100 
146 

»5 
211 
lo<i 
168 

48 

123 
61 

1700 


227 
1.87 
20.8 
1:M 
l;« 
9{ 
2.V 

101 

179 

32 
166 

1992 








99 


Clinton 






421 


Eagle 

Elk... 


192 








418 


Harrison 






240 


Jackson 






257 


Knos 




211 


Madlftoii 




416 


Richland 




• • • • 


• • • • 

• ■ • • • 


a53 


Swan 


265 


Vlnlon 




244 


Wilkeavtiie- 
East Precinct 


151 


West " 




250 






Totals 


3696 


1579 


1833 


1499 


1769 


3305 


1659 


1951 


3621 







364 



ANNUAL BEPOBT OF SECBETAKT OF STATE. 



WARREN COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


o 
> 

1 


(Governor, 
1881. 


Sec'y of 
State, 1882. 


5 
o 

> 

3 


Govemoi 


•, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


James A. 
Garfield. 


Wlnfleld a 
Hancock. 


Charles 
Foster. 


John W. 
Bookwalter. 


Charles 
Townsend. 


James W. 
Newman. 


Josephs. 
Foraker. 




Ferdinand 
Schamaoher. 


Charles 
Jenkins. 


1 

1 


ff 

Clear Creek— 

Rldgeville Predlnct 

Sprlneboro ** 


156 
286 
260 
621 
401 
288 
840 
289 
1051 


150 
168 
280 
861 
202 
284 
47 
219 
897 


806 
454 
541 
989 
608 
517 
887 
611 
1465 


116 
234 
215 
542 
813 
175 
282 
257 
996 


187 
189 
288 
826 
156 
211 
89 
175 
271 


118 
289 
205 
493 
296 
155 
268 
253 
977 


140 
147 
283 
854 
183 
205 
89 
198 
883 


254 
892 
451 
849 
488 
862 
304 
454 
1362 


114 
243 
218 
534 
382 
195 
268 
262 


149 
158 
243 
887 
207 
248 
64 
199 






26S 






40S 


Deerfleld 






4fiT 


Franklin 






831 


Hamilton 


2 
8 
8 




54ft 


Harlan 


445 


Massle ^ 

Salem 


842 
467 


Turtle Creek ^ 




East Precinct 


563 
872 
156 
178 
445 


178 
226 
89 
126 
286 


6 
2 




74ft 


West " 


















602 


Union 


176 
221 
531 


119 
120 
217 


295 
841 
749 


165 
186 
447 


81 

91 

178 


140 
167 
484 


79 

99 

201 


221 
266 
642 


24^ 


Washlnirton 




• •• •• 


soft 


Wayne 


68» 




21 






Totals 


4565 


2564 


7148 


8928 


2042 


8785 


2241 


6040 


3875 


2500 


6444 







WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



President, 
1880. 



^2 

il 



a5 • 

« 5 



5 

o 
> 

s 

o 



Governor, 
1881. 






Sec*ry of 
State, 1882. 




Governor, 1888. 



5 
o 

> 

i 

o 
H 






4^ 









3 

o 
> 



o 



Adams 

Aurellus— 

Macksburgh Precinct. 

Elba *• 

Barlow , 

Belpre 

Belpre Village 

Decatur 

Dunham 

Fairfield 

FeariuK 

Fultonberg 

Grandvlew 

Harmar Village 

Independence 

Lawrence 

Cow Run Precinct 

Liberty 

L. MuHklngum Prec*t.. 

Ludlow 

Marietta— 

l8t Ward 

2d " 

3d " 

Muskingum 

Newport 

Palner 

Salem 

Warren 

Waterford 

Watertown 

Wesley 

Totals 



193 

50 

77 
213 
144 
149 
207 

77 

63 
104 

62 
173 
246 

63 
144 

91 
186 
167 

44 

215 
282 
189 
140 
244 
90 
189 
180 
311 
145 
283 


227 

16 

46 

76 

123 

103 

112 

123 

105 

196 

56 

366 

114 

249 

166 

61 

161 

83 

191 

184 
167 
183 
133 
267 

47 
199 
234 
181 
246 

68 


420 

74 

128 
289 
282 
274 
321 
201 
169 
300 
107 
641 
365 
323 
310 
152 
341 
264 
235 

391 
440 
372 
273 
624 
187 
388 
418 
602 
423 
341 


177 

41 

68 

181 

108 

145 

166 

62 

49 

86 

43 

142 

227 

11 

119 

76 

147 

149 

39 

199 
263 
193 
126 
188 
80 
162 
166 
284 
124 
224 


211 

15 

40 

68 

80 

78 

85 

89 

89 

179 

66 

258 

115 

185 

137 

53 

113 

76 

145 

176 
163 
186 
107 
210 

31 
186 
192 
168 
213 

89 


150 

44 

64 

184 

93 

142 

160 

68 

64 

79 

89 

128 

206 

49 

96 

93 

157 

141 

47 

182 
237 
166 
123 
200 
83 
IG3 
K« 
260 
100 
234 


216 

12 
39 
60 
80 
93 
80 

102 
90 

191 
60 

8a3 

146 

203 
99 
78 

136 
90 

159 

212 
168 
220 
141 
211 

39 
184 
208 
160 
226 

40 


867 

60 
98 
244 
179 
266 
244 
174 
148 
270 
106 
433 
365 
256 
196 
172 
298 
231 
224 

397 
405 
386 
2&4 
444 
126 
347 
340 
485 
851 
281 


152 

58 

• 60 

191 

141 

142 

164 

76 

63 

87 

86 

156 

221 

65 

101 

■95 

182 

164 

47 

186 
244 
169 
120 
210 
88 
176 
144 
297 
120 
244 


226 

16 

50 

72 

107 

101 

99 

115 

96 

191 

71 

828 

130 

244 

121 

100 

142 

108 

201 

203 
176 
212 
148 
220 

40 
198 
248 
191 
270 

48 




1 

8 






3 
18 
4 
8 
4 


2 
15 

"l 


6 
1 
1 


2 


6 




1 

• •• • ■ 












9 


"ii" 










, 7 
...„. 

70 


3 

18 

2 

78 


4711 


4452 


9803 


4044 


8735 


3868 


4060 


8094 


41^ 


4472 



87» 

8ft 

lift 
264 
264 
276- 

19ft 
154 
27ft 
lOT 
49ft 
352 
80L 
228 
202 
827 
264 
25& 

392 
419 
882 
268 
400 
127 
878 
894 
497 
408 
808 



ssor 



ELECTION STATIBTICB. 



365 



WA.YNB COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



Prestdeot, 
1880. 



^2 

CO 

S3 



•O a 



5 

o 

3 



Governor, 

1881. 



c8 ao 



Sec'ry of 
State, 1882. 



^5 . 



a 



a 






BsaKhman— 
Ul 4»recinct. 



»• 



»« 



Sd 

8d 
CsnsAD— 

1st Precinct 

M *• 

8d " 

Chester- 

Chippewa , 

nmtoD- 

Congress — 
1st Prec.nct 

EsstTnlon.... 

rranklin 

<Jreen— 

Ut Precinct 

2d 

Milton , 

Paint 

Plain 

8sli Creek— 

l»t Precinct 

2(1 
Sajfsr Creek - 

Waj-ne^ 

Wooster 

Wotister— 

UtWard... 

2d " .... 

Sd 

4th 

5th 



• *• ••»••«•• «••••• I 



•••-a •*•••• •••••( 



• ••««*»•«•• • 



• • ••«>••• •••-••• 






u 



Totals 



131 

97 

128 

199 
140 



250 
2«3 
245 

209 
115 
187 
154 

213 
178 
145 
71 
2S8 

15T 
%) 
IW 
207 
133 

Ift'j 
291 
122 
112 



68 

ra 

141 

19rt 
68 



4424 



233 
409 
268 

172 
107 
2«0 
214 

126 
208 
2S9 
248 
223 

104 
119 
2:{9 
233 
150 

2(4 
197 
145 
111 



199 
170 
270 

396 
209 



4819 



484 
672 
508 

223 

468 
,370 

»13 
381 
.391 
320 
511 

258 
l.-)8 
43:^ 
448 
295 

412 
490 
269 

228 



9288 



103 


61 


110 


81 


&4 


82 


117 


127 


99 


168 


172 


168 


118 


M 


lis 


214 


205 


198 


307 


376 


281 


210 


222 


171 


178 


156 


170 


106 


97 


100 


167 


226 


118 


134 


194 


126 


146 


88 


192 


160 


187 


127 


115 


213 


101 


66 


201 


67 


238 


172 


203 


129 


91 


126 


33 


100 


29 


148 


194 


153 


105 


195 


147 


132 


144 


128 


119 


151 


110 


243 


169 


245 


92 


125 


102 


95 


91 


88 


83 


105 


39 


8817 


4183 


3615 



61 

74 

149 

lft5 
62 



186 
a59 
207 

149 
106 
219 
180 

92 
192 
205 
190 
153 

92 

96 

207 

175 

145 

166 

im 

132 

100 

95 



4160 



5 
o 
> 



o 



Governor, 1888. 



o 



O >k 



ee c 
c e 



m tt 



5£| = 



188 


1S9 


1^ 


106 


251 


116 


378 


M 


187 


1.34 




137 


415 


232 


6»2 


267 


450 


214 


353 


194 


208 


111 


399 


192 


319 


145 


301 


192 


334 


161 


',m 


142 


274 


70 


453 


260 


231 


143 


138 


37 


892 


216 


875 


187 


285 


187 


289 


117 


469 


300 


250 


116 


202 


97 


136 


44 


8424 


4300 



72 

82 

165 

79 
75 
121 
232 
408 
261 



2 

2 



4 

20 



191 




1 
t 


112 






2'^ 
197 

116 
211 
242 

233 


1 
2 

5 

3 

14 


2 


194 

111 
105 


9 
2 




263 






229 
167 


9 


7 


181 






171 
141 


2 




112 






105 








77 


9 


4826 



5 

o 

3 



2IS 
188 

281 

176 
210 
261 
474 
680 
489 

388 
225 
4.'iO 
345 

320 
876 
398 
806 
470 

258 
143 
481 

^ 

301 
476 
261 
212 
149 



9264 



WILLI AifS COUNTY. 



Townships and Wards. 



Brady „ 

Bridgswster «-. 

Center.. ,..«. 

r lorence .....»._....»«... 

Jefl^rsoo «,..„« « 

llsdl»on.......„„ 

Mill Creek ^ 

Northwests 

Superior -.„ 

SprlBffleld «.. 

Totals .... 



President, 
1880. 



^2 



¥ 

c eg 



5 

o 

> 

s 

o 
H 



826 
184 
192 
237 
154 
231 
109 
162 
668 
230 
237 
261 



2881 



134 
138 
201 
281 
216 
191 
138 
113 
498 
213 
225 
248 



2696 



462 
»12 
400 
622 
375 
433 
256 
a'W 
1076 
4«2 
472 
486 



6658 



Governor, 
1881. 




8ec*rjr of 
State, 1882. 



•289 
162 
172 
188 
125 
Iftj 
96 
131 
636 
215 
249 
230 



2888 



111 
100 
164 
215 
186 
177 
139 
107 
430 
229 
19^< 
206 



22S7 



4^. 



274 
130 
167 
162 
132 
190 
91 
125 
452 
181 
200 
185 



2289 



103 
76 
155 
198 
116 
155 
151 
83 
894 
222 
165 
221 



2072 



5 

o 
> 

s 

o 



Governor, 1883. 



Ad 
S « 



« >» 



of 



1*0 O 
X V 

c c 






c « 



395 
244 

350 
411 
282 

avi 

251 

281 
882 
423 
409 
423 



4719 



326 


137 


3 


3 


160 


147 


1 


12 


194 


215 


1 


8 


209 


299 




17 


161 


200 




1 


198 


221 




3 


98 


178 




6 


138 


128 


1 


59 


627 


499 


5 


6 


207 


258 


6 


7 


275 


293 


7 


10 


235 


260 


1 
24 


2 
184 


3781 


2836 



o 

3 



468 
321 
419 
525 
366 
422 
284 
327 
1039 
479 
688 
489 

^738 



866 



ANNUAL REPORT BBCRETART OF 8TATB. 



WOOD COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


• 

5 

o 
> 


Governor, 
1881. 


8ec*ry of 
SUte, 1882. 


o 
> 


Governor, 1888. 




TownBhtpa and Wards. 


<'6 
►?3 


2- 




ax 
oc 




if 




033 


■OS 

1 


^5 


1 

1 


Bloom « 

Center 

Freedom.. 


271 
836 
164 
190 < 
114 

111 
107 
18:^ 
197 
186 

3;so 
2;« 

424 

257 

89 
191 

80 

83 
223 
168 

172 
201 


181 
121 
243 
219 
93 

161 
77 
121 
186 
288 
242 
113 
481 

97 
27 

122 
58 

229 
H6 
06 

73 
117 


459 
485 
4m9 
411 
800 

282 
192 
305 
400 
490 
673 
348 
910 

362 
121 
319 
140 
315 
327 
290 

247 
355 


236 
282 
155 
169 
101 

58 
68 
166 
]t)2 
156 
286 
lyH 
285 

248 
65 

182 
54 
73 

101 

153 

140 
158 


162 
101 
213 
184 
55 

96 

32 

86 

140 

2U7 

2«'7 

88 

363 

20 
97 
41 
153 
78 
72 

63 
95 


231 
820 
153 
150 
120 

54 

80 
170 
15H 
162 

180 
8:^2 

230 
62 

161 
56 
87 

175 

157 

153 
168 


156 
109 
2i9 
19U 
94 

112 
6:i 
99 

}m 

2:» 

IM 

^6 

468 

107 
28 

135 
54 

211 
81 
03 

75 
107 


402 
465 
865 
370 
224 

205 
146 

287 
350 
420 
468 
•/74 
806 

99 
314 

no 

298 
2»7 
272 

237 
837 


277 
317 
165 
188 
149 

77 
100 
IM) 
177 
179 
2M2 

349 

251 
6i 
175 
68 
104 
184 
161 

188 
184 


192 
163 
235 
199 
114 

124 
78 
134 
207 
271 
226 
116 
637 

96 

83 

191 

66 

22S 

lt2 

no 

93 
114 

8619 


2 



9 

16 


481 
4H4 
4f» 


Henry 


20 
10 

14 

"T 

3 
8 
26 
5 
8 

6 

4 

*8 
3 
5 

14 

2 
16 


...... 

7 
8 
2 

"9 

• 

1 
1 

"10 
2S 


40ft 


JackHon 


278 


Lake — 

Mlllbury Precinct 

Wallbridge ** 

Liberty « 

MIddleton 


172 
177 
821 
88» 


• MWUm 

MontKomery 


467 
648 


Perry 


8&8 


Perry hbunr 


888 


Plaln- 
Kast Precinct 


S60 


West Precinct. 


106- 


Portage 


868 


Ross .T. ^ 

Troy 


137 
838 


Washlnstoo 


801 


Webwler 


29& 


Wes ton- 
Grand Rapids Prec't... 
Weston 


288 
888 






Totals. 


4305 


3441 


7949 


8678 


2659 


8626 


8074 


70(;6 


4061 


163 90 


7M8fl 







WYANDOT COUNTY. 





President, 
1880. 


5 
> 


Governor, 
1881. 


Sec' 
Stat«! 


y of 

,1882. 

• • 


5 


> 



H 


Governor, 1888. 




Townships and Wards. 


<'6 

it A 






• 

II 

PQ 


• 

a a 




« 

'St 


H 


• 

2 


> 

3 


Antrim 


72 

169 

296 

124 

^ 

67 

121 

120 

270 

144 

152 

60 

81 

194 

175 

107 
182 


63 

\m 

269 
147 
130 
2iO 
88 
l:^4 
231 

ia5 

195 
80 

216 
73 

230 

236 
283 


135 
365 
666 
271 
194 
279 
209 
255 
SiUi 
3:« 
349 
141 
296 
274 
414 

843 
476 


67 

144 

2:^ 

86 

5:< 

50 

111 

101 

240 

108 

l;i5 

49 

59 

158 

126 

92 

164 


66 
177 

115 

09 
165 

77 
109 
21)4 
165 
164 

68 
173 

79 
2U4 

287 
286 


66 

1.% 

225 

81 

34 

45 

100 

87 

182 

112 

137 

3:< 

61 

192 

129 

95 
161 


50 
15U 
223 
122 

9( 
149 

67 
106 
185 
122 
164 

56 
151 

59 
170 

287 
2H3 


106 
288 
418 
2U5 
127 
194 
169 
194 
;69 
2»9 
29:< 
89 
2112 
252 
299 

832 
424 


63 

154 

290 

105 

63 

72 

124 

108 

210 

V£l 

145 

52 

HI 

214 

166 

101 
192 


72 
197 
278 
144 
1X2 
201 

77 
148 
212 
184 
214 

76 
215 
Uti 
230 

279 
290 






185* 


Crane 






861 


Crawford 


8 




681 


Eden 


251 


Jackson „ 






19S 


Klrby Precinct 






274 


Marxellles 






201 


Mifflin 






2&8 


Nevada Precinct 






43S 


Pitt - 

Richland 


7 




818 
881 


Ridge 






Ln 


Balem 






278 


Syracuse 







826 


Tymochl*»e 


886 


Upper Sandusky— 

1st warci......MM..M..«... ... 

2d " - 


881 
488- 


Totals 


2898 


2981 


6401 


1968 


2644 


1850 


2847 


4220 


2241 


8066 


21 




6888> 







EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS 



568 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF 8TATE. 



STATE COMMON SCHOOL FUND. 

The following statement shows the payments of the State Common School Fund to 
i I as compared with receipts, and exhibiting excess of payments or receipts, 

for fiscal year endiog November 15, 1883 ; also the enumeration of youth between 
six and twenty-one years of age, taken in the month of September, 1883, being the 
basis upon which the State Common School fund is to be distributed in 1884; 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen 

Asliland 

Ashtabula- 
Athens 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

€arroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont ... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .. 
Crawford ... 
Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware ... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin ... 

FuHon 

Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey ... 
Hamilton ... 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison ... 

Henry 

Highland ... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron« 

Jackson 

Jefiferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 



OS ^ 



$12, 
16, 
10, 
15, 

14, 
H, 
25, 

16, 
21, 

8, 
13, 

21, 
17, 

11, 
24, 

12, 

15, 

106, 

20, 

11, 
12, 
17, 
16, 

9, 
41, 
10, 
14, 

5, 
13, 

14, 

169, 

13, 

14, 

0, 

11, 
14, 

n, 

10, 
14, 
13, 
16, 
12, 
6. 
21, 



757 50 
852 50 
941 00 
903 00 
541 00 
122 50 
752 00 
152 00 
637 50 

256 00 
255 50 
240 00 
404 50 
682 00 
087 00 
877 50 
100 50 
167 00 
488 50 
658 00 
811 ^ 
352 00 
.392 00 
765 00 

257 50 
156 50 
877 00 
604 00 
927 50 
175 00 
299 00 
834 50 
170 50 
964 50 
574 00 
929 50 
433 00 
557 00 
670 00 
713 00 
738 50 
156 00 
997 50 
124 50 



S 



o 

P4 



$5,717 91 

13,148 60 

13,248 01 

17,047 11 

7,251 49 

•8,707 03 

22,025 71 

10,402 18 

30,553 04 

9,727 71 

20,919 39 

29,978 53 

13,205 36 

14,567 91 

22,.'S74 49 

13,014 59 

17,102 11 

100,016 28 

21,580 74 

6,612 31 

17,018 04 

13,881 36 

19,134 41 

14,148 21 

54,660 25 

6,899 78 

7,426 61 

7,700 24 

21,582 27 

10,264 69 

196,887 03 

14,322 63 

10,404 61 

12,218 69 

5,337 59 

16,283 57 

5.740 44 

8.741 90 
18,402 71 

5,076 01 
16,805 59 
16,204 43 
10,786 95 

8,483 49 



2 

c 

a 

OS (U 

o g 

So 
o 

*> Z. 

<J Q 

w 



$7,039 59 
3,703 90 



7,289 51 
5,415 47 
3,726 29 
5,749 82 









4,199 14 


1,512 51 




6,150 72 


5,045 69 


3,470 64 






3,256 72 
7,450 39 




3,910 31 




3,765 89 


6,236 41 


5,692 56 
1,815 10 


8,636 99 





12,641 01 



o8 



$2,:w 01 

1,144 11 



8,915 54 
1,471 71 
7,663 89 
8,738 53 



*'*"2]8S5*9r 


137 09 
2,001 61 


1,092 24 


4,206 54 


2,742 41 

4,383 21 

13,402 75 


'"2*096"24 
7,654 77 


27,588 03 
488 13 


2,254 19 


1,354 07 


3,732 71 

efbo" 

4,048 43 
3,789 45 



o 
o g 



-sis 

S c; a> 
5^ 



8,517 

ll,38« 

7,490 

10,864 

9,797 

9,382 

17,558 

10,673 

13,583 

5,390 

8,802 

15,167 

11,322 

7,673 

16,285 

8,621 

10.348 

68,069 

13,793 

7,695 

8,618 

ll,l36 

10,844 

6,403 

27,890 

6,762 

9,860 

3,806 

9.342 

0,323 

104,424 

9,301 

9,281 

6,358 

7,825 

9.690 

7,688 

6,966 

9,904 

9.640 

11,620 

8,139 

4,654 

13,727 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



369 



Payments op the State Common School Fund, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 



Licking 

Logan »... 

Lorain^ 

Lucas 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marion 

Medina '..... 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble « 

Putnam 

Richland ^ 

Ross 

Handusky 

Scioto 

Seneca 

.Shelby 

Stark 

Summit ».. 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union « 

Van Wert , 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Williams.. 

Wood 

Wyandot 

Totals.^ 



CD CD 

SI 

as 



$19,918 50 
12,802 50 
16,804 50 
36,864 00 

9,463 50 
23,017 50 
10,137 00 

9,681 00 
16,341 00 
12,655 50 
18,708 50 
14,061 00 
35,941 50 

9,580 50 

8,523 00 
24,253 50 
10,813 50 
10,671 00 

8,239 50 
14,857 50 
13,930 50 

9,804 00 
12,213 00 
11,535 00 
13,749 00 
16,930 50 
20,035 50 
15,148 50 
18,198 00 
18,364 50 

12.556 50 
34,441 50 
21,067 50 
21,000 00 
20,829 00 
11,073 00 
12,768 00 

9,343 50 
12,771 00 
22,813 50 
20,760 00 

11.557 50 
17,983 50 
11,424 00 

$1,621,981 50 



B 
S 



-2 '5 



$27,845 66 

15,921 79 

18,097 86 

36,966 46 

15,010 82 

19,368 58 

13,354 20 

12,527 18 

8,121 37 

7,085 87 

22,834 49 

5,626 65 

47,622 34 

7,817 13 

12,758 92 

27,062 73 

6,482 92 

6,434 00 

2,717 55 

9,378 53 

19,585 21 

5,395 40 

16,228 69 

17,491 29 

7,012 86 

22,035 08 

21,640 62 

15,097 78 

10,389 43 

21,525 78 

11,735 13 

33,452 18 

23,001 85 

18,637 12 

16,675 59 

11,039 16 

6,866 54 

3,850 99 

19,270 79 

12,595 19 

24,049 36 

8,545 20 

12,739 20 

. 11,380 38 

$1,609,087 87 



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^•••^•••« ••••••••• 



$3,648 92 



• •••••••• ••• #••■•# 

8,219 63 
5,569 63 



8,434 35 
ii763"37 



4,330 58 
4,237 00 
5,521 95 
5,478 97 



'41408 '60* 




6,736 14 


'50*72' 

7,808 57 


821 37 
989 32 



2,362 88 
4,153 41 
33 84 
5,901 46 
5,492 51 



10,218 31 



3,012 30 

5,244 30 

43 62 



$211,190 41 $198,296 78 



sa 

82 



$7,927 16 

3,119 29 

1,293 36 

102 46 

5,547 32 



3,217 20 
2,846 18 



4,130 99 

li^eso'si' 



4,235 92 
2,809 23 



5,654 71 



4,015 69 
5,956 29 



5,104 58 
.1,605 12 



3,161 28 



1,934 35 



6,499 79 
'3,'289**36' 



525 



12,207 

8,384 

11,193 

25,527 

6,252 

16,078 

7,192 

6,257 

11,094 

8,526 

11,985 

9,389 

23,500 

6,343 

5,595 

15,927 

7,246 

7,259 

5,811 

10,076 

9,152 

6,487 

8,033 

7,315 

9,120 

11,174 

13,272 

9,487 

12,729 

11,974 

8,085 

23,6;^2 

14,199 

13,377 

13,943 

7,370 

8,375 

5,986 

8,118 

14,666 

13,184 

7,390 

12,030 

7,489 

1,068,200 



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ANNUAL REPORT 8ECR£TART OF STATE 



SUMMARY OF THE NUMBER OF TEACHERS EMPLOYED IN THE PUB- 
Lie SCHOOLS. AND THE AVERAGE MONTHLY SALARY OF TEACHERS 
IN THE RESPECTIVE STATES AND TERRITORIES. 

[From the report of U. S. Commisaioner of Educatloiii 1881.] 



States. 



Alnbama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georg[ia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas... 

Kentucky 

Ijouisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts ... 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska.... 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New York , 

North Carolina... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina ., 

Tennessee 

Texas.. 

Vermont 

Virginia , 

West Virginia...., 
Wisconsin , 



Number of teachers. 



Total number of teachers in States 



Arizona 

Dakota. 

District of Columbia. 

Idaho 

Montana. 

New Mexico 

Uuh 

Washington 

Wyoming... 



Male. 



Female. 



3,042 1,656 

1,688 • 481 

1,198 2,539 

245 556 

c680 c2,432 

d222 dim 

/675 /420 

(6,128) 
8,438 13,695 

(13,418) 



6,546 
3,533 
4,195 

773 
2,557 
1,319 
1.134 
4,024 
1,811 
3,572 
/6,068 
1,813 
44 

559 

920 

7,669 

3,627 

11,453 

591 

9,359 

l2o3 

1,904 

5,393 

n3,083 

678 
3,208 
3,079 
2,721 



15,230 
4,675 
2,715 
811 
4,683 
1,861 
7,727 

10,448 
3,760 
2,486 

/4,379 

2,746 

132 

3,026 

2,560 

23,157 
1,375 

12,517 
748 

11,993 

n,034 
1,345 
1,487 

nl,278 
3,741 
2,184 
1,208 
7,198 



Average monthly 
salary. 



(285,970) 



346 
35 

( 

59 

^128 

270 

114 

^31 



(102) 



(175) 



687 
425 



118 
36 
5 
205 
^39 



o3 
29 



Male. 



Female. 



(a$22 

ib) 

$79 50 

78 50 

60 69 

deSl 49 

(g40 
/50 00 
44 17 
38 40 
32 56 
30 21 
(/i23 
(31 

35 99 
(/41 

85 54 

36 98 
36 52 

(30 
V36 00 

36 50 
99 50 

32 63 
51 07 

(42 
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37 00 
42 26 

33 66 
76 00 
25 45 



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$64 74 
55 15 
35 37 
de27 56 
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/30 00 
35 31 
33 20 

27 25 
23 77 

87) 

50) 

22 28 

06) 

38 49 
25 78 

28 62 
07) 

y 30 00 
32 50 
74 76 
21 77 
32 68 



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25) 



28 00 
31 72 

29 03 
41 89 
24 48 



(26 59) 


(0) 


(0) 


29 76 


16 84 


29 18 


24 92 


27 96 


28 70 


p35 39 


p25 21 


84 06 


68 19 


33 00 


26 00 


91 13 


61 27 


65 00 


50 00 


79 88 


57 47 



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376 



ANNUAL REFOBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL AGE, POPULATION, ENROLLMENT, ETC, IN THE 

STATES AND TERRITORIES. 

[From the Report of United Htates Commissioner of Education for 1881.1 



States and Terri- 
tories. 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut .. 

Delaware 

Florida/ 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania^ 

Rhode Island m... 

8outh Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas. 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West Virginia.. 
Wisconsin...... 



s, 

1 
I 



• at •• • 



Total for States » 



Arizona 

Dakota 

District of Columbia. 

Idaho 

Montana 

New Mexico 

Utah 

Washington 

Wyoming 



7-21 
6-21 
5-17 
6-21 
4-16 
6-21 
4-21 
6-18 
6-21 
6-21 
5-21 
5-21 

i^20 
6-18 
4-21 
5-20 
5-15 
5-20 
5-21 
5-21 

/6-20 
5-21 
6-18 
5-15 
5-18 
5-21 
6-21 
6-21 

• 4-20 

6-21 

te-15 

6-16 

6-21 

n8-14 
5-20 
5-21 
S-21 
4-20 



6^21 
5-21 
te6-17 
5-21 
4-21 
7-18 
6-18 
4-21 
7-21 



o 

O 

o 
o 



0422,739 

272,841 

211,237 

40,804 

143,745 

37,285 

88,677 

a461,016 

1,002,222 

714,343 

594,730 

348,179 

553,638 

a271 ,414 

213,927 

a3l9,201 

312,680 

518,294 

300,923 

419,963 

./723,484 

152,824 

10,533 

i60,899 

335,631 

1,662,122 

468,072 

1,063,337 

61,641 

il,422,377 

53,077 

i262,279 

545,875 

n230,527 

7'99,463 

556,665 

213,191 

491,358 



15,661,213 



j9,571 

38,815 

j43,558 

7,520 

9,895 

i29,255 

42,353 

23,899 

i4,112 






31,618 
cll9,745 



c380,626 



•••••# ••••••««i 



811,253 



7*262,279 



384,600 
164,374 



i40,654 



'oo 

u O 

1^ 



176.289 

98,744 
163,855 

26,000 
119,381 

29,122 

39,315 
244,197 
701,627 
503,855 
431,513 
249,034 
€238,440 

62,370 
150,067 
158,909 
325,239 
371,743 
177,278 
237,288 
/476,376 
100,776 
8,329 

63,235 

203,542 

1,021,282 

240,716 

744,758 

34,498 

931,749 

m44,920 

133,458 

283,468 

nl86,786 

74,646 
239,046 
145,203 
300,122 



9,737,176 



3,844 
25,451 
27,299 
6,080 
5,112 
i4,755 
26,772 
14,754 
i2,907 






a> 



^1 



115,316 



105,541 

14,649 

476,028 



27,046 

149,908 

425.858 

306,301 

254.088 

139,776 

el49,226 

/45,626 

99,500 

79,739 

233,108 

/i219,328 

79,901 

160,064 

//i219,132 

65,5(M 

5,406 

, 43,943 

110,052 

559,399 

142,820 

468,141 

25,196 

599,057 

m28,836 



180,509 



49,700 
134,487 

91,266 
190,878 



5,595,329 



n2,847 



20,730 
4,127 
2,800 

j3,150 

18,682 
pll,275 

il,920 



e, 



80 



115 

89 

180 

€l53 



149 
135 
148 
117 
/•102 
100 
118 



178 
154 
100 
i78 
6100 
110 
140.4 

97.15 
190 
178 
H8 
155 

86 

146.96 
186 

73.38 

70 
no73 
124 
117.5 

99 
175.6 



«109 



190 
150 
110 



140 
^100 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



377 



Summary of School agb. Population, EifROLLMBNT, btc. — Continued. 



States and Terri- 
tories. 


i 
1 


• 

o 

1 
1 


Number between 6 
and 16 years of age. 


Number enrolled in 
public schools. 


Average daily at- 
tendance. 


Average duration of 
* school in days. 


Indian : 
Gherokees 




3,716 

900 

2,600 

1,700 

400 


» 


3,048 
650 

1,460 
799 
226 


1,792 

270 

1,260 


180 


Chickasaws 






180 


Choctaws 




200 


oreeKs ...■••......*•... 






180 


Seminoles 






174 


180 










Total for Terri- 
tories 




218,293 




123,157 


69,027 




• 

Grand total 


' 


15,879,506 




9,860,333 


5,664,356 

* 













a United States CenBUs of 1880. 
b In 1879. 

e Estimated by the State superintendent, 
d For the winter term. 
For white schoois only. 
/In 1880. 

g For colored population the school age is 
from 6 to 16. 



h Estimated by the Bureau on the basis of 
estimates furnished in previous years by 
the State superintendent. 

i In the country ; 188 in cities. 

) United States Census of 1880. 

k Six months only of 1881 reported. 

{ Inclusive. 

m Includes evening school reports. 

n In 1880. 

no In the counties. 

p In 1878. 



JCATIONAL STATISTICS OF OHIO. 



sport ol Hod. D. F. DeWolf, Slale Commlwlonerot 



GENERAL SUMMARY. 

h of school age in the St^te in September, ISS3 1,066,200 

hoi school age in the State in September, 1882 1,081,321 

lol diatrictB in the State 2,067 

districts in township districts ]0,9G2 

'ol-houses in township distncta 10,871 

lol-honsefl erected within the year 537 

ousee within the year $1,211,417 00 

I of school -bouses, includiiiK grounds $24,454,498 00 

hers necessary to supply schools- 17,458 

jrent teachers actually employed 24,259 

r of weeks the schools were in setuon _... 30 

ilfl enrolled in the schools 755,491 

rof pnpils in daily attendance 488,956 

K)l officers 52,029 

Deluding balance on hand September 1, 1882 $12,034,814 75 

ires _ 9,451,142 62 

3RAL TABULAR STATEMENTS AND COMPARISONS. 
XBCnPTs. 

interest on irreducible school fnnds, as reported by 

*te, , $232,020 00 

accrued interest on deferred payments due on sale of 

26,314 48 

mount from the hitter source in 1882 was _ 20,739 23 

d September 1, 1882 3,376,459 99 

lool tsz (one mill on each dollar of taxable property) 

1,609,866 57 

rce in 1882 1,589,263 51 

_ $2^593 06 

la irreducible funds and rants of school lands in 1883... $258,334 48 
ice in 1882 260,431 94 . 

. $7,90! 



eddcationa: 



LUdlbaodtinlSSS..-. 



■^■""w, .___ 

'>"»«. 

^■^w. 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 379 

From local taxes in 1883 $6,640,856 60 

" " 1882 6,168,036 89 

Increase $472,819 71 

From sale of bonds in 1883 ..a $813,251 82 

" 1882 « 510,646 81 

Increase v $302,605 01 

From fines, licenses, etc., in 1883 $236,055 19 

** 1882 - 245,401 44 

Decrease $9,346 25 

Total receipte in 1883 $9,558,354 76 

1882 8,808,780 59 



(( 



Increase.. $749,574 17 

Grand total of receipts in 1883, including balance on hand September 
1, 1882 $12,934,814 75 

Grand total of receipts in 1882, including balance on hand September 
1, 1881 ....^ 12,236,357 63 

Increase^ $698,457 12 



Grand total, less receipts from sale of bonds in 1883 $12,121,562 93 

" " " 1882 11,725,710 82 

Increase.... $395,852 11 



SXPSNDITUBES. 

Amount paid teachers in primary schools in 1883 '. $5,129,332 55 

" " " 1882 4,905,562 26 

Increase» j. $223,770 80 

Amount paid teachers in high schools in 1883 $474,171 50 

" " 1882.. 470,525 01 

Increase.. $3,646 49 



380 ANNUAL KEPORT SECRETAKY 

Totalamonnt paid teachers in 1883 

" 1882 

Increase 

Amount paid for superintending schools in 1883 

** " " 1882 

Increase 

Amount paid for sites and buildings in 1883 

" " *' 1882 

Increase 

Amount paid for interest on and redemption of bonde 
<i li it <( 

Increase 

Amount paid for fuel and contingent expenses in 1883 
** ** " 1882 

Increase 

Grand total expenditures in 1883 

" 1882 

Increase 

Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid fo 
redemption of bonds in 1883 

Grand total expenditures, exclusive of amounts paid fo 
redemption of bonds in 1882 

Increase : 

Balance on hand September 1, 1883 

BNUMBRATION. 

Number of white male youth of school age in Septembi 

Decrease 

Number of white female youth of school age in Septem 



Decrease. 



EDUCATIONAL 8TATI8TIC8. 381 

Whole namber of white youth of school age in September, 1883. 1,143,340 

•* •* " 1882 1,066.247 



Decrease..' 12,907 



Vamber of colored male youth of school age in September, 1883 12,658 

•• •• •* ** •* 1882 12,734 



Decrease « 76 



5omber of colored female youth of school age in September, 1883 12,202 

•« " •• «* " 1882 12,340 



138 



Whole namber of colored youth of school age in September, 1883 24,860 

" *« " »* " 1882 - 25,074 



214 



Whole namber of male youth of school age in September, 1883 ^ 548,800 

" •* •* " 1882 rM2,587 



3,787 



Whole namber of female youth of school age in September, 1883 519,400 

" ** " ** 1882 528,734 



9,334 



Whole number of youth of school age in September, 18H3 « 1.008,200 

" " ** " 1882 1,081,321 



13,121 



Hie whole number of unmarried youth, between sixteen and twenty-one 
jeftfi of age, in the State, in September, 1883, as shown by actual enumeration, 
if 2ft7,934, or 25.08 per cent of the entire enumeration. The number of 
footh, therefore, in the State between six and sixteen years of age, is 800,266. 

In 1882, the whole number of unmarried youth in the State, between six- 
teen and twenty*one years, was 23.44 per cent ; in 1881, 23.71 per cent ; in 
ISAO, 24.96 per cent ; in 1879, 26.19 per cedt, ; in 1878, 26.19 per cent ; in 
1877, 26.27 per cent ; in 1876, 25.51 per cent ; in 1875, 25.60 per cent ; in 
1874, 24.68 percent ; and in 1878, 23.89 per cent of the entire enumeration. 



382 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND THBIR SUBDIVISIONS. 

Number of township districts in 1883 1,345 

" " " 1882 ^ ;.. 1,344 

Number of sub-districts in township districts in 1883 10,952 

'* " " " 1882 10,983 



Decrease 30 



Number of city, village, and special districts in 1883 722 

** " " •" 1882 708 



Increase 14 



Number of district divisions included in city, village, and special dis- 
tricts in 1883 828 

Number of district divisions included in city, village, and special dis- 
tricts in 1882 801 



Increase 27 



SCHOOL-HOUSES ERECTED WITHIN THE YEAR. 

Number of school-houses erected in township districts in 1883 466 

** " ** *• 1882 480 



Decrease 15 



Number of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts 

in 1883 72 

Number of school-houses erected in city, village, and special districts 

in 1882 48 



Increase 24 



Whole number of school-houses erected in 1883 637 

** " '* " 1882 628 



Increase. 



9 

31 



In 1873, in city, village, and special districts, an increase of eight school 
buildings was reported ; in 1874, an increase of seven ; in 1875, 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 increase of ninety-six, and in 
1883, twenty-four. 

COST OF SCHOOL-HOUSES ERECTED WITHIN THE YEAR. 

Cost of school-houses erected in township districts in 1883 $553,334 00 

" " ** " 1882 « 556,461 00 

Decrease $3,127 00 



EDUCATIONAL STATIBTIOB. 888 

Co8t of school-houses erected in city, villmge, and special districts in 

1883 ^ $658,043 00 

Cost of school-houses erected in city, villas^, and special districts in 

1882 567.227 00 

Increase $90«816 00 

Whole cost of school-bouaee erected in 1883 $1,21 1,417 00 

" ** •* 1882 1,123,688 00 

Increase $s7,7j9 00 

The expenditure for huilding purposes in 18'10 was $1,391,597; in 1871, 
11,025,077; in 1872, $893,422; in 1873, $1,008,786; in 1874, $1,164,104; 
in 1875, $1,010,786; in 1876, ^1, 159,350; in 1877, $803,146; in 1878, 
$843,822; in 1879, $.580,801 ; in 1880, $711,835; in 1881, $649,499; in 1882, 
$1,123,688; and in 1883, $1,211,377. 



NUMBER or SCHOOL-nOCABB IN THE STATE. 

Number of school-houses in township districts in 1883 10,871 

•• *• •* •• 1882 10,968 



97 

Number of school-housos in city, village, and special districts in 1883.. 1,349 

'• •* ** " *• 1882.. 1,296 

Increase *. 53 

Whole number of school-houses in 1SS3 lL'/i20 

1H82. 12,264 



<< It <« 



VAU'E OF KC II GO L- HOUSES, INCLCDI2IO OBOCNDS. 

Value of school-houses in township districts in 1883 |!).510,091 

1882 1>,2:>3,077 



it H II 



Increase $2.>7,014 

Value of school-houses in city, village, and special districts in 1883 $14,944,407 

*• " •• •* 1882 14.357,782 

Increase « $:>.s6.625 

Total value of*Bchool-houses in l?vS3 $24,4:>4,4i*S 

" ♦• ** 1882 - 23.610,H.S8 

Increase $843,640 



384 ANNUAL BEPORT BEOBETAKY OP BTATE. 

SCHOOL-BOOHS. 

Number of primary school-rooms in township districts in 1883 11,421 

1882 11,521 

Decrease 100 

Number of high-school rooms in township districts in 1883 ^ 36 

'* " " ** 1882 ^ 33 

Increase - 3 

Whole number of school-rooms in township districts in 1883 11,467 

" ** ** " 1882 11,554 

Decrease 97 

Number of primary school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 

1883 4,959 

Number of primary school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 

1882 4,713 

Increase 246 

Number of high school-rooms in city, village, and special districts in 1883 577 

u a u a u 1332 5^7 

Increase 10 

Whole number of school-rooms in city, village, and special distric^ts in 1883 5,536 

"• ** ** • *« " 1882 5,280 

Increase 256 

Grand total of school-rooms in State in 1883 16,993 

** " " 1882 16.834 

Increase 159 

NUMBER OF SCHOOL OFFICERS. 

Number of directors in township sub-districts 32,856 

Number of directors, members of township district boards 10,952 

Number of clerks of township district boards 1,345 

Number of treasurers of township district boards 1,345 

Members of city, village and special district boards (probable) 4,000 

County, city, village, and special district treasurers not members, etc., 

(probable) ^ 500 

City and village district examiners (probable) 500 

County examiners » 264 



L 



BDUCATTONAL 8TATI8TIOB. 886 

State examiners 8 

Probate Jodgee 88 

Coauty auditors ^ 88 

Prooecating atcomeys 88 

Total 62,029 



NUMBER or TEACHERS NECESSARY TO SUPPLY THE SCHOOLS. 

N amber necessary to supply the schoob in township districts in 1883. 11,680 

" *• •• " 1882. 11,649 

Increase 1 131 

Nomber necessary to supply the schools in city, village, and special dis- 
tricts in 1KS3 6,778 

Nomber necessary to supply the schools in city, village, and special die- 

trictBinl882- ,... 5,568 

Increase 210 

Total necessary to supply all the common schools in 1883 17,468 

•• ** " 1882 17,117 

Increase 341 



NUMBER or DirrERBNT TEACHERS EMPLOTRO. 

Number of teachers employed in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen—In 1883, 9,396; in 1882, 9,676: Decreaae 280 

s o, ' vZ J OfOoo • xDcrease •••••••••••«••• •••••••«• S9U4 

Total— " 18,187; " 18,263: Decrease 76 



of teachers employed in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 28; in 1882, 26: Increase 3 

Ladiea- '* 4; " 4: 

Total— •• 32; " 29: Increase 3 

Total number of teachers employed in township district schools:- 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 9,423; in 1882, 9,700: Decrease 277 

Ladie»— " 8,796; " 8,592: Increase 904 

Total— •• 18,219; ** 18,292: DecrsMe. 78 

26«« 



386 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 875 ; in 1882 ; 865 : Increase 10 

Ladies— " 4,404; ** 4,207: Increase 197 

Total— " 5,279; " 5,072: Increase 207 

Number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 507 ; in 1882, 521 : Decrease 14 

Ladies— ** 254; " 250: Increase 4 

Total— " 761; ** 771: Decrease 10 

Total number of teachers employed in city, village, and special district schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 1,382; in 1882, 1,386: Decrease 4 

Ladies— " 4,658; " 4,457: Increase 201 

Total— " 6,040; " 5,843: Increase 197 

Whole number of teachers employed in primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 10,270; in 1882, 10,540: Decrease 270 

Ladies— " 13,196; " 12,795: Increase 401 

Total— " 23,466; " 23,335: Increase 131 

• ^— 

Whole number of teachers employed in high schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1883, 535; in 1882, 546: Decrease 11 

Ladies— ** 258; " 254: Increase 4 

Total— ** 793; " 800: Decrease 7 



Total number of teachers employed in the Stat( 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 10,805; in 1882, 11,086: Decrease ^ 281 

Ladies— " 13,454; " 13,049: Increase 405 

Total— •* 24,259; ** 24,135: Increase s 124 

PERMANENT TEACHERS. 

Number of teachers permanently employed in township district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1888, 3,155; in 1882, 3,106: Increase 49 

Ladies- " 1,969; " 1,748: Increase 221 

Total— " 5,124^ " 4,854: Increase 270 



EDUCATIONAL 8TATI8TIOB. 387 

dumber of teachers permaDenUy employed ia township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 26; in 1882, 17: Increase 9 

" 4; " 3: Increase 1 



Total— " 30; " 20: Increase 10 



Total nomber . f teachers permanently employed in township district schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 3,181 ; in 1882, 3,123: Increase .*. 58 

1,973; " 1,751: Increase 222 



Total— " 6,154; " 4,874: Increase 280 



Nomber of teachers permanently employed in city, village, and special district 
primary schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1883, 764; in 1882, 729: Increase 35 

Ladies— " 3,941; " 3,689: Increase 252 



Total— •*. 4,705: " 4,418: Increase 287 



Nomber of teachers permanently employed in city, vUlage, and special district 
high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883. 441 ; in 1882, 437: Increase 4 

239; *• 251: Decrease ^ 12 



T6tal— ** 680; " 688: Decrease 8 



Total nnmber of teachers permanently employed in city, Tillage, and special 
jiistrict schools- 
Gentlemen— In 1883, 1,205; in 1882, 1,166: Increase 39 

Ladies— '* 4,180; " 3,940: Increase » 240 



Tbtal- *• 5,385; *' 5,106: Increase 279 

Whole number of teachers permanently employed in the State — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 4.386; in 1882, 4,289: Increase 97 

lAdiee— *• 6,153; " 5,691: Increase 462 



Total— •• 10,539; " 9.980: Increase 559 



SUPKRVUIOM. 

Nomber employed to soperintend township districts in 1883 10 

" " " 1882 5 



Nomber employed as soperintendents in dty.Tillage. and special districts in 1883 241 
" i« it K «t |gg2 233 



8 



388 ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 

AYERAGB MONTHLY WAGES OF TEACHERS. 

Average monthly wages of teachers in township district primary schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, $37.00; inl882, $37.00: 

Ladies— ** 28.00; " 26.00: Increase $2 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in township district high schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, $54.00; in 1882, $55.00: Decrease $1 00 

.Ladies— " 37.00; *' 28.00; Increase 9 00 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, $50.00; in 1882, $49.00 : Increase $1 00 

Ladies— " 34.00; *' 34.00: 

Average monthly wages of teachers in city, village, and special district high 
schools — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, $69.00; in 1882, $57.00: Increase $12 00 

Ladies— ** 59.00; ** 54.00: Increase 5 00 



SCHOOUS TAUGHT FOB A LESS TIME THAN REQUIRED BY LAW. 

Number of sub-districts in townships in which schools were taught less than 
twenty-four weeks in 1883 233 

Number of sub-districta in townships in which schools were taught less than 
twenty-four weeks in 1882 .* 235 



Decrease 



o 



Number of sub-divisions of city, village, and special districts in which schools 
were taught less than twenty-four weeks in 1883 7 

Number of sub-divisions of city, village, and special di&tricts in which schools 
were taught less than twenty-four weeks in 1882 21 

Decrease 14 



AVERAGE NUMBER OF WEEKS THE SCHOOLS WERE IN SESSION. 

Average number of weeks the primary schools were in session in township dis- 
tricts in 1883 28 

Average nimiber of weeks the high schools were in session in township dis- 
tricts in 1883 25 

Average number of weeks the primary schools were in session in city, village, 
and special districts in 1883 „ 32 

Average number of weeks the high schools were in session in city, village, and 
special districts in 1883 34 

Average number of weeks the common schools were in session in the State in 
1883 30 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 389 

ATXRAOE BATE OP AoCAL TAX FOR COMMON SCHOOLS. 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in township 
districts in 1883 3.2 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in township 
districts in 1882 3.6 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1883.. 6.6 

Average number of mills on each dollar, local levy, for schools in city, village, 
and special districts in 1882 6.5 

Increase.. 1 

KTMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED IN THE COMMON SCIIOOU*. 

Number of pupils enrolled in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 243,044; in 18vS2, 248,462: Decrease 4,51S 

Girls— ** 215,830; ** 216,661: Decrease 831 

Total— *• 459,774; ** 465.123: Decrease 5,349 

Number of pupils enrolled in township high schools — 

Boy»— Inl883, 616; in 1882, 786: Decrease 170 

Girla— ** 623; ** 666: Decrease 143 

ToUl— •• 1,139; " 1,452: Decrease 313 

TotAl number of pupils enrolled in township district schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 244,560; inl882, 249,248: Decrease 4,6*^8 

Girls- *• 216,353; '* 217,3-7: Decrease 974 

Total—" 460,913; *' 466,575: Decrease 5,662 

Number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 133,852; in 1882, 128,787: Increase 5,065 

Girl»- " 133,255; ** 127,819: Increase 5,436 

Total— " 267,107; ** 256,606: IncrMse 10,501 

Number of pupils enrolled in eity, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 11,815; in 1882, 12,268: Decrease.. 453 

Girl»— " 15,656; ** 15,652: Increase 4 

Total— •* 27,471; " 27,930: Decrease.- 449 

Total number of pupils enrolled in city, village, and special district achoola— 

Boya— Inl883, 146,667; in 1882, 141,056: Increase 4,612 

Giria- ♦• 148,911; " 143,471: Incieaae 5,440 

Tbtal— •• 294,578; " 284,526: IncrMse 10,052 



390 AimUAL BEPOBT 8E0BETABT OF 8TATK 

Total number of pupils enrolled in the common schools of the State — 

Boys— In 1883, 390,227 ; in 1882, 390,303; Decrease 76 

Girls— ** 365,264; " 360,798: Increase 4,466 

Total— ** 765,491; " 751,101: Increase A. 4,890 

NUMBER OF PUPILS R£-BNBOLLBD. 

^Number of pupils re-enrolled in township district schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 5,636; in 1882, 5,757: Decrease.. • 121 

Girls— *' 5,751; " 5,477: Increase 274 

Total— " 11,387; " 11,234: Increase 153 

Number of pupils re-enroUed in city, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 2,793; in 1882, 2,988: Decrease.. 195 

Girls— '* 2,852; " 2,995: Decrease 143 

Total— ** 5,645; ** 5,983: Decrease 338 

Number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 460; in 1882, 603: Decrease 143 

Girls— " 402; " 629: Decrease 227 

Total— *' 862; " 1,232: Decrease.. 870 

Total number of pupils re-enrolled in city, village, and special district schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 3,253; in 1882, 8,591: Dec/ease 838 

Girls— " 3,254; " 8,624: Decrease.. 370 

Total— ** 6,507; •* 7,215: Decrease 708 

Total number of pupils re-enrolled in the common schools in the State — 

Boys— In 1883, 8,889; in 1882, 9,348: Decrease 459 

Girls— *' 9,005; ** 9,101: Decrease 96 

Total— " 17,894; " 18,449: Decrease.. 665 

NUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED BETWEEN SIXTEEN AND TWENTY-ONE YEARS OF AGE. 

Number of pupils between 16 and 21 enrolled in township district primary 
schools— 

Boys— In 1883, 37,511; in 1882, 39,3"<^: Decrease.. 1,867 

Girls— ** 24,952; ** 24,2ifi Increase 727 

^^^^""•^^^^^ •^^'^"— "^^^■^— • ^ ^^^^^^^^ 

Total— " 62,463; 63,603: Decrease.. 1,140 



EDUCATIONAL STATIBTIGB. 891 



• 



Number of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in township district high achoole— 

Boys— In 1883, 215; lnl882, 361: Decreaae.. 146 

Girla— " 179; ** 262: Decreaae.. 83 

Total— " 394; " 623: Decreaae. 229 

Number of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in dtj, village, and special dis- 
trict primary schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 4,305; in 1882, 4,128: Increase 177 

Girls— '* 3,843; " 3,671: Increase 172 

Total— " 8,148; " 7,799: Increase 349 

Number of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in dty, Tillage, and special dis- 
trict high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 6,065; in 1882, 6,118: Decrease 63 

Girls— " 6,636; " 6.864: Decrease 228 

Total—" 11,701; " 11,982: Decrease 281 

Total number of papils between 16 and 21 enrolled in the common schools of 



Boys— In 1883, 47,096; in 1882, 48,985: Decrease 1,1 

Girls— •' 35,610; •* 85,022: Increase 688 

Total—" 82,706; " 84,007: Decrease 1.301 



AVaaAOB MONTHLY XNBOLLMKirr. 

Arerage monthly enrollment in township district primary schools — 

6oys~In 1883, 184,640; in 1882, 187,682 : Decrease 2.942 

Girla- " 170,027; •* 170,987: Decrease 960 

Total—" 354,667; " 358,569: Decrease « 3,902 

ATerage monthly enrollment in township district high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 473; in 1882, 567: Decrease 94 

Giris— " 524; " 635: Decrease 11 

T6tal— " 997; " 1,102: Decrease « 106 

Average monthly enrollment in dty, village, and special district primary 



Boys— In 1883, 108,726; in 1882, 103,506 : Increaae.._ » 6,218 

Girls— " 109.119; " 108,372: Increaae „ 6,747 

Total— " 217,846 ; " 206,880 : Increaae . 10,966 



392 AinruAL bepobt secbetabt of state. 

Average monthly enrollment in city, village, and special district high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 9,284; in 1882, 9,816: Decrease 532 

Girls— " 13,198; " 13,265: Decrease 67 

Total—" 22,482; " 23,081: Decrease « 599 

Average monthly enrollment of pupils in the common schools of the State — 

Boys— In 1883, 307,123 ; in 1882, 301,473 : Increase 5,650 

Girls— " 288,868; " 288,159: Increase 709 

Total—" 595,991; " 589,632: Increase 6,359 



AVKRAOB DAILY ATTKNDANCK. 

Average daily attendance of pupils in township district primary schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 143,521 ; in 1882, 146,067 : Decrease 2,546 

Girls— " 132,634; " 133,020: Decrease 386 

Total—" 276,155; " 279,087: Decrease 2,932 

Average daily attendance of pupils in township district high schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 361; in 1882, 470: Decrease 109 

Girls— " 393; " 444: Decrease 51 

Total-" 754; " 914: Decrease 160 

Average daily attendance of pupils in dty, village, and special district primary 
schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 96,093; in 1882, 91,530: Increase 4,563 

Girls— " 96,132; " 91,713: Increase 4,419 

Total—" 192,225; " 1&3,243: Increase 8,982 

Average daily attendance of pupils in city, village, and special district high 
schools — 

Boys— In 1883, 8,144; in 1882, 8,358: Decrease 214 

Girls— " 11,678; " 11,630: Increase 48 

Total—" 19,822; " 19,988: Decrease 166 

Average daily attendance of pupils in common schools of the State — 

Boys— In 1883, 248,119; in 1882, 246,425 : Increase 1,694 

Girls— " 240,837; " 236,807: Increase 4,030 

Total—" 488,956; " 483,232: Increase 5,724 



EDUCATIONAL STATIBTIOB. 



898 



BBANCH18 or STUDY TAUQHT, AMD KUMBKR IN BACH. 



Branches. 



Rekding^ 

Spellings 

Penmanship.. 

Arithmetic 

Orography 

EngUsh Grammar 

Composition. 

Drawing.. 

Vocal Mane 

Man Drawing 

Oral Lessons.. 

U. 8. History 

Phsrsiolofry 

Ph3rsical Geography.. 
Natural Philosophy.. 
Qennan ........... .•...«..< 

Algebra , 

Geometry ..; 



1883. 



99.798 
648,241 
666,000 
696,727 
650,122 
298,026 
208,349 
130,707 
108,604 
166,994 

49,717 
194,866 

68.070 
7,466 

20,276 
6,732 

46,036 

21,695 
4,312 



1882. 



Branches. 



98,691 
642,748 
663,363 
686,976 
628,417 
310.647 
221,061 
162.809 
133,664 
168,701 

54,186 
216.797 

36.746 
6,708 

20,725 
6,121 

63,978 

29,246 
4.290 



Trigonometry 

Surveying 

Chemistry 

Geology 

Botany 

Astronomy 

Book-keeping 

Natural History. 

Mental Philosophy... 
Moral Philosopny.... 

Rhetoric 

il Lo^c. 

Latin. 

Greek 

French 

General History. 

Literature. 

Science of (fOvemm*t 
Political Economy.... 



1883. 



1,171 
207 

1,690 
900 

2,950 

1,442 

2,934 

1,240 
994 
119 

2,122 
24 

6.957 
365 
457 

2,017 
35,JS4 

1,980 
215 



1882. 



1,005 
310 

1,567 
956 

4,098 

1,481 

1,807 

788 

287 

64 

1.664 
48 

7.266 
255 
490 

2,561 
34.376 

1.571 
338 



PBRCSNTAOn. 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on enrollment in township districts in 
1883 60.08 

Per cent of average daily attendance on enrollment in township districts in 
1882 6a00 

Increase .08 

Per cent of average daily attendance on enrollment in dty, village, and special 
districts in 1888 71.98 

Per cent, of average daily attendance on enrollment in city, village, and special 
diatricU in 1882 71.43 

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Increaae 66 

Per cent of average dsily attendance on enrollment in the State in 1883 64.73 

•«• " •* " " 1882 64.34 

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Increaae...... .38 

Per cent of average daily attendance in 1883, '^n enumeration of September. 

1882 45.n 

Per cent of average daily attendance in 1882, on enumeration of September, 

1881 „ . — 45.44 

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394 I ANHUAL BEPORT SBORETABT OF STAm 

PeF cent of enrollment in 188^ on enomeiation of September, 1882^.....*. 70.73 

" " 1882, '* " 1881- 70.64 

Increaee 09 

Per cent of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1883, on ennmermtion between 6 

and 16 in September, 1882 84.07 

Per cent of enrollment between 6 and 16 in 1882, on enumeration between 6 

and 16 in September, 1881 82.83 

Increase 1.24 

Per cent of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in town- 
ship districts.. : 78 

Per cent of average daily attendance on average monthly enrollment in city, 

village, and special districts 88 

OOIiOBSD SCHOOLS. 

Number of teachers in colored schools in township districts in 1883. 98 

" " " " ** 1882- 90 

Increase 8 

Number of teachers in colored schools in dty, village, and special districts in 

1883 - 144 

Number of teachers in colored schools in city, village, and special districts in 

1882- ; 144 

Total number of teachers in colored schools in the State in 1883 242 

** •« " 1882 234 

Increase 8 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in township districts in 1883 2,570 

•* " *• " 1882 2,681 

Decrease Ill 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in city, village, and special 

school districts in 1883 6,670 

Number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in dty, village, and special 

school districts in 1882 7,020 

Decrease 350 

Total number of pupils enrolled in colored schools in the State in 1883 9,240 

" ** •* •* 1882 9,701 

Decrease 461 



EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 395 

Average duration of colored schools in township districts in 1883 ^ 29 weeks. 

" •• " 1882.- 28 " 

Increase 1 week. 



Average duration of colored schools in city, village, and special districts 
in 1883 35 weeks. 

Average doration of colored schools in dty, village, and special districts 
in 1882 36 weeks. 

Decr e as e . 1 week. 



Komber of pnpila in primary studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1883 2,266 

Nomber of papils in primary studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1882 1,976 



Increase 280 



Xomber of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1883 6,664 

Number of pupils in primary studies in colored schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1882 6,n4 



Increase 840 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in township districts 
in 1883 139 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in townahip districts 
in 1882 223 



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Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in dty, village, and 

^Mdal districts in 1883 296 

Number of pupils in academic studies in colored schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1882 508 



213 



PRIVATB SCHOOLS. 

Number of teachers in private schools in township districts in 1883.. 43 

" " " " 1882 33 



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896 ANKUAL BEPORT SEORETABY OF STATE. 

Number of teachers in private schools in city, villa$|^, and special districts in 
1883 466 

Number of teachers in private schools in city, village, and special districts in 
1882 195 



Increase 261 



Total number of teachers in private schools in the State in 1883 499 

" 1882^ 228 . 



Increase „ 271 



Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in township districts in 1883 1,493 

" " ** " 1882 1,246 



Increase » « 248 



Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village and special dis- 
tricts in 1883 „ « 29,977 

Number of pupils enrolled in private schools in city, village and special dis- 
tricts in 1882 ^ 29,776 

Increase «« ^ 201 



Total number of pupils enrolled in private schools in the State in 1883 31,470 

" •* " '* 1882 31,021 



Increase 449 



Average duration of private schools in township districts in 1883.» 27 weeks. 

" " ** 1882 24 ** 



Increase. 






Average duration of private schools in city, village, and special districts in 
1883 33 weeks. 

Average duration of private schools in city, village, and special districts in 
1882 34 " 

Decrease *. 1 week. 



Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township districts 
in 1883 .-. 1,403 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in township districts 
in 1882 1,039 

Increase 364 



EDUCATIONAL 8TATISTI0B. 897 

Number of pupils in primary studies in private schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1883. 28,968 

Numl>er of pupils in primary studies in private schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1882 15,266 

Increase ^ 13.703 



Numl>er of pupils in academic studies in private schools in township districts 
in is>43 ^ 37 

NumWr of pupils in academic studies in private schools in township districts 
in is^'i 139 



IVcrease ^ 102 



Xomber of pupils in academic studies in private schools in dty, village, an<] 
spei'ial districts in 1883 ^ 252 

Number of pupils in academic studies in private schools in dty, village, and 
special districts in 1H82 L\204 



Decrease - 1,952 

KXAMINATIOX OF TBACHBBJt. 

Number of meetings held by county boards. 1.452 

localities in which meetings were held ^ I9g 



Naml»er of applications for certificates nuule by gentlemen Itj 551 

la<iies 17,883 



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ToUl number :«.344 

Number of certificates granted for 60 months to gentleman.... »...„ \^ 

ladies ^ 59 



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Total nhmber ^ 225 

Naml>er of certificates granted for 38 months to gentlemen « 274 

huiies 58 



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Total number „ 332 

Nnmtier of certificates granted for 24 months to gentlemen.. »v42 

ladies _ V,; 



Total number 1,199 

Number of certificates grante<l for 18 months to gentl4*men 1,41*1 

ladies 934 



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Tolal number „ 2,425 

Nobber of certificates grantad for 12 months to gentlemen 5,U49 

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398 ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0BETAKT OF STATE. 

Number of certificates granted for 6 months to gentlemen 4,620 

ladies 5,159 

Total number « 9,679 

Total number of certificates granted to gentlemen 12,339 

ladies 10,989 



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Total number of certificates granted in 1883 23,328 

" " " 1882 24,575 

Decrease ....^ 1,247 

Number of applications rejected which were made by gentlemen ^ 6,141 

ladies 6,965 

Total number of applications rejected in 1883 ^13,106 

" " •* 1882 13,358 

Decrease 252 

Per centum of total applications rejected in 1883 ^ 36 

" " ** 1882 „ 35 

The smallest i>er centum in Hardin and Shelby counties 11 

The largest per centum in Warren county ; ', 54 

Number of different persons who applied for county certificates — 

Gentiemen— In 1883, 13,582; in 1882, 14,240: Decrease ^ 658 

Ladies— " . 12,811; " 12,591: Increase 220 



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Total— " 26,393; ** 26,831: Decrease ^ 438 

Number of different persons who received county certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 10,586; in 1882, 11,102: Decrease ^. 516 

Ladiefi— " 9,537; " 9,398: Increase 139 

Total— " 20,125; " 20,500: Decrease ^. 377 

Number of persons who applied to local boards for certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 245; in 1882, 241: Increase 4 

Ladiea— " 2,040; " 1,963: Increase 77 

total " 2,285; " 2,204: Increase 81 

Number of persons who failed in local examinations — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 30; in 1882, 33: Decrease 3 

Ladies— ** 381; " 205: Increase 176 

Total " 411; *' 238: Increase 173 



EDUOATIOHAL STATIBnOB. 399 

Number of local boards from which reports were received in 1883^ » 63 

*• 1882. 58 



Increase 



Nombo' of dlfTerent persons, natives of Ohio, who applied for ooontj certifi- 



Gentlemen— In 1883, 12,631; in 1882, 12,904: Decrease 273 

Ladies— " 11,990; " 11,209: Increase 781 



Total— 24,621; ** 24,113: Increase 606 



Number of different colored persons who applied for oonnty certificates — 

Gentlemen— In 1883, 163; in 1882, 174: Decrease U 

" 110; " 119: Decrease .' 9 



Total " 273; " 293: Decrease 20 

Number of different persons under 20 years of age who applied for county cer- 



Gentlemen— In 1883, 3,133; in 1882, 3,145: Decrease ^ 12 

5,606; " 5.231: Increase 374 



Total " 8,738; " 8,876: Increase 862 



Per cent of applicants under 20 years of age for county certificates in 1883 33.10 

•• " " " 1882 31.22 



1.88 



Aggregate amount paid county examiners for services rendered in 1883. $29,834 40 

" •* " 1882. 28,252 76 



Increase ....« $581 6S 

The minimum amount paid, Morgan county, was $175 00 

Hie maximum amount paid, Cuyahoga county, was 700 00 



Aggregate am't drawn by county examiners for traveling'expenses in 1883 $3, 775 64 

" •• " 1882 3,424 00 



Increase $351 64 



This amount was drawn by 79 counties, since 9 claim no such expenses. 

Ttie minimum sum drawn, Delaware county, was $5 60 

The maximum sum drawn, Li<^ing county, waa^ 198 00 



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402 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



PROSECUTIONS FOR CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON, FOR THE YEAR ENWNO 

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Montgomery.. ~ 

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ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



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PBOeSCUTIONB FOB CRIMES AOAINST THK PKBSON— CODUoaed. 





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Cnlon 




..... . 


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V»n MVrl 


I . .. 


1 


( 




Vinton 


1 




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•• '••••! 


1 


Warron 


•• 




'•. • ••-. •**•«• 


WAJihlnK(«>n 

Wayne 

WlflUmB 


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; . 1 I 

1 • ' 1 




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) 


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Wyandot 




. * ^ , ^^. . . .. m * . ... •*••• 


ToUU. 


1 • 1 * " ■ 


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406 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Prosecutions for Crimes against the Person.— Continued. 





Robbery. 


Maiming or disfig- 
uring another. 


Assault with intent to killr 


Counties. 


a 
a 

(0 
00 

fl 
o 

«-» 
3 
O 

v 

1 

04 


• 

s 

9 

o 

< 


Quashed, nolle prosequi, etc. 


• 

c 
o 

B 

c 
c 

r 

a 
B 


• 
OE 
fl 

o 

9 

u 
ft 

a 

s 
fl 

S 


H 


Prosecutions still pending. 


3 

9 
3* 

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• 

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o* 

V 

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fl 

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o 

JS 

9 

0? 


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m 

9 

0^ 


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fl 

S 

fl 

ft 

a 


a 


9 

ft 

a 


fl 

5 
& 


Adams 














Allen 








1 



1 
1 












1 
1 
1 

1 




2 


8 


Ashland 


1 




















a 


Ashtabula 




















2 
2 

1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
8 


4 


Athens 




2 






2 
1 


■ •••• 













7 


Auglaize 






i 




2 


Belmont 






1 


1 


i 












4 


Brown 










1 








6 

1 




7 


Butler 








1 


1 


1 












2 


Carroll 








1 












s 


Champaign 








4 


4 

1 


1 








1 






3 


Clarlie 




1 




1 


■ 








2 
1 


10 


Clermont. 



















1 
3 




a 


Clinton 
























3 
1 
1 
2 
9 
1 
2 


6 


Columbiana 
















•••*•' 








3 


4 


Coshocton 




« 




1 


1 
















1 


Crawford 












1 




1 






i" 

1 


8 


Cuyahoga 


7 


1 




6 


13 






2 
4 

1 


1 
4 


18 


Darlce 


.... 










14 


Defiance 






















1 


8 


Delaware 


1 


1 


...... 


2 

1 


















Erie ! 


1 
















2 
2 
2 

9 


2 

'a 

1 

2 
2 
1 
1 


4 


Fairfield 
















2 
5 

1 


2 


6 


Fayette 


1 

I 




•«••■• 


1 


2 

1 
1 










9 


Franklin 


1 

















11 


Fulton ; 




1 






.... 1 




2 


Oallia „ 
















2 




1 

1 

12 


6 


Geauga 




.. 1 




! 










2 


Greene 




2 


2 
1 
5 

{ 

1 


4 

1 

26 

1 

1 

I 


1 








1 




1 


14 


Guernsey ' 








Hamilt^)n 


' 19 


1 


1 


6 




1 





iijs i 


3 


14 


146 


Hancock 






1 




1 


Hardin 




















1 
1 


1 


Harrison 








1 








1 






i" 

1 


2 


Henry 


.":..i."."' 














1 


Highland 


1 


i 






1 












8 






8 


Hocking 




*•••••" 










1 




1 










Holmes 








1 


1 






1 








1 


Huron 




















1 
2 


1 
■6 


2 


Jackson 
























*••«.• 


7 


JefiTerson 
























3 


8 


Knox 






















2 

1 

3 
6 




1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
2 


8 


Lake 
























2 

1 
1 


5 


Lawrence 






















9 


Licking 4 






1 


5 












8 


Logan ' 










I 


liorain 


I 


I 






2 
1 












2 

7 




8 
1 
2 
1 
I 


7 


LUCHS 




1 










2 


"2 




la 


Madison 












a 


Mahoning 






2 




2 












1 






8 


Marion 
















a 


Medina 





























Meigs 


























5 
2 
1 


5 

1 
4 
1 
4 
1 
1 


10 


Mercer 


























8 


Miami 


1 






2 


3 
















5 


Monroe 
















2 




8 


Montgomery 
























2 


7 


Moi^an 
























1 


Morrow 




























1 


Muskingum 




























1 


Noble « 































JUDICIAL BTATISnCS. 



407 



Pbomccutions fob Crimes AGAiirsr tbk PsRaosr.— Contlnaed. 



alt with Intent to kUI. 



Counties 



OtiAwa 

Panldlng 
Perry 
Ptckaway 
Pike 

PortAire 
Preble 
Putnam 
Rlcbland 





il 




fl 









s 


«i 


a 


c 


b 


a 

G 


i 
a 


s 


d 
e 


t 




a 


i 


i 





^4 


H 




■andujik; 

•cloto 

llenec'a. 

•tark 

iluinmit 

Tnimbull 

Tuacarawa*. 

Unlob 

Van Wen 

Vinton 

Warrrn 

Waafatngton 

Wmiams 

Wo4l.. 

Wy-andot. 

TotaU 



4n 



AKKUAL REPORT SBCRBTART OF STATE. 



Pbobboutions- fob Obikbb against ths Pebson— Continued. 





Assault with intent to com- 
mit rape or robbery. 


Pointing fire-arms at 
any perfton. 


Assault an4 battery. 


•ountleB. 


t 

a 

m 

CB 

r a 

. o 




• 

1 



< 


"S 

O 

a 

i 

a 



0^ 


a 

§ 

a 

S 

r 

a 

a 

M 


• 

3 


♦3 

3 

Q* 

u 

s 

a 

3 

O 
H 


a 
a 

I 

a 
o 


1 
• 

3 

< 


• 



s 

© 

o 
a 

i 

a 

a 




• 

a 

... 


fl 
o 

s 

fl 

s 

a 

a 


fl 





a 

i 

a 


fl 

s 


fl 

... 

fl 
O 

a 

m 

a 
o 



£ 

1 

1 


• 


< 

1 
1 
1 
3 
2 


1 



a 
• 

mm 


fl 

.fl 

s 



0^ 

1 
1 

1 

6 


i 

8 
1 


a 


a 

fl 

r 
a 

a 

M 


* 

i 

a 

a 
1 

a 


fl 

1 


Adanrn" r«T- 








1 
1 


1 
1 














« 


Allen 














1 


1 


5 


Aahland 














3 


Aslk tabula 


















(•••«.• 




4 


4 
4 

2 

••• • 

4 

3" 

1 


2 

8 

18* 
2 
1 


It 


Atliens 




I 






1 












« 


Aufflaize 




















1 


8 


Belmont. 
























6 
1 
2 


2 
8 

1 
1 


!• 


Brown _ 


1 




i" 




1 
1 














3 
2 

1 


11 


Butler 














IS 


%?arroll 




















5 


GhaniDaisn 




















. 


Clarke.^ 


" 




1 


1 














1 
4 

1 
2 
2 




2 
2 
2 

7 


8 


Clermont 




















6 
8 
2 
5 


1 

1 
1 

8 


18 


%;iinton 

























7 


Columbiana 
























13 


CoeiioctOQ 






1 




1 








1 




1 


7 


Crawford , 














1 
1 
4 

"l" 
7 
2 
1 
7 
2 
i 


4 


Cuyahoga 






•"•i 


6 


8 

1 








1 

1 




1 
1 


1 


15 
1 
1 
2 
2 

2 


9 


Darke 




1 








2 

1 
1 

11 
3 
1 
2 


■ «• ••# 

1 

5* 

1 

"T 


21 


Defiance 














8 


Delaware 














1 


1 






2 


1 
2 
2 

7 

r 

"4" 
4 
22 

8 


4 


Erie 
















1{ 


Fairfield 
























Fayette 














1 








i 


• 


Franklin 

Fulton., 




• •• •••••• 


2 


2 


4 








8 


Gallia.... 
















1 






1 


3 
1 
5 
3 

1 
2 
6 
8 
3 
8 
2 
i 
6 
1 
4 


"T 

1 

*r 

1 
2 

1 

"r 

1 


« 


OeauKa 
















1 


Greene 




a 




T* 

8 
1 
2 


2 

1 

11 
1 
2 


1 




IS 


Guernsey 




17 


Hamilton 


8 


















28 


Hancock 


















4 


Hardm 






















4 
1 
3 

1 


• 


Harrison, 




















3 

1 
5 
2 


'"l 


• 


Henry.„ 


















1 
1 
2 




1 

2 
2 


s 


Highland 






1 


1 


2 




I 




n 


Hocking 






7 


Holmes 






















8 


Huron 




























8 
2 
4 

1 
1 

6 
4 

5 
8 


4 


Jackson , 

Jefferson .j 


•••••• t 


••••• ' ••• 


\ 


1 


1 















"s 




S 

• 


Knox 
























• 


Lake 


1 








1 














10 


8 
2 
1 


H 


I/fiwrenre. ...... ..,...., 
















' 




4 

1 
5 
2 

"4' 

14 

2 


"5" 

*T' 

1 


Licking....... 
























5 


18 


LfOgan 












*•••• 












f 


liorain 








1 


1 


•••• 

1 












2 
8 
8 
4 

1 


1 


11 


Luoas 
















1 


7 


Madison 




















7 


Mahoning 
















1 


1 




2 




8 


2t 


Marion 
















8 


Medina. 


























2 

1 
1 


s 


Meigs. 








1 


1 










' ' 





3 
1 


1 
2 

1 


2 

"e" 

3 
6 
8 


2 

4 
1 

1 
4 


f 


Mercer 




















s 


Miami 








2 


2 














s 


Monroe 






........J 


.... 














4 


Montiromery..„ 






........ 


1 


2 














8 


5 


4 

2 
2 


1 


Morgan 


















Morrow 






















2 


Muskingum 




1 


1 




2 














8 


1 


4 
1 


...... 


u 


¥obie 






i 1 






1 



JUDICIAL BTATimOB. 



409 



PBOSKCUnOlfS FOB ClUlCBS AOAIVST TBK PBltSOIf<-CODUDaCd. 



Counties. 



#tt«i 

PftUldlDg . 

IVrrjf ~ 

Ptokmway 

Pike— 

PoriA<«.... 
Preble 



Putnam „.. 
Rlcblauid... 

fUmm 

Bftoduftky . 

ftcloto. , 

P«ne<T«» 

fthelbjr- 

Hiark «, 

Raminlt .... 
Tmmbull . 
TuACJirmwaA... 

rolon 

Van Wert ... 

Vinlon. , 

Warren , 

WaahlDcton 

Wavne 

Wllll«iufl„.. 

W/andoi .... 



ToUU 



▲M«ult with intent to com- 
mit mpe or robbery. 






a 
cr 
c 

< 



43 

c 



a 

o 

S 

B 



Pointing fire-arma at 
any penon. 



a 

s 
a 

3 

o 



C 
C 

S. 



' a 
I o 



5 



c 

S 

fl 

s 

8 ^ 



il 

fl 

O 



a 

u 

i 

a 



a 



o 



Auanlt and battery. 



e 

fl 
S. 




fl 1 ° 



1 .. 

2 . 



••••••••■ ■••»»••• 



■I 1 



1 

... t 



2 



I"". 



• « t •• • • 



.... I.... 



1 



1 1 

'•■■a 






•> J 



1 

8 
5 
2 
I 

2 

i 

2 
I 



3 

"a 



2 
6 

i 

2 



2 
2 
1 



3 
2 

4 
2 
2 



J 
2 
5 
4 

5 

I 

...J 4 

2 

lU 11 



fl 

a 

fl 

s 

r 

a 

a 



1 
1 

8 



a 
tt 

6 



1 

1 
4 



1 
1 
94 



I 

9 i as 



1 ; 

i 



4 



I 



1 i 

2 ' 



1 



J ' 



I 



2 
I 



4 

2 

4 : ....I i 
1 

3 

7 i 

.. . 4 , 

2 r ' 

... I J ... I 
.11 1 . 

. I 1 ... I 1 



10 : 



"• r 



13 



2t 



56 : 3 . Si 6 lU 22 t.> TV lut JM . VM . 78* 



410 



ASKUAIs REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Prosecutions fob Crimes against the Person— Continued. 





Libel. 






Blackmail. 


Counties. 

• 


Prosecutions still pending. 

• 


• 

9 
C 

< 


• 



p. 
• 

o 

fl 

i 
s 

9 

0^ 


• 

fl 


Imprisonment. 


a 



9 

fi. 

a 

9 
fl 

i 


a 

fl 
I 

"S 

CO 

fl 


9 


3 

•** 

9 

< 


Quashed, nolle prosequi, etc. 


• 

fl 


fl 
« 

a 

c 

s 

imm 
%m 

Pk 

s 


• 

Total number prosecutions. 


Adams 






















«•••••••* 


Allen 


•• .....; 


















••t ••••*• 


Asbland ; 


, 1 




















Ashtabula 


























Athens - 


























Auglaize 


























Belmont 


























Brown 






1 












..., 








Butler 


























Carroll 




















• 






Champaign 


























Clarke 


























Clermont ;. 


























Clinton 


























Columbiana 



























Coshocton 


1 












1 

1 








Crawford 
























Cuyahoga 






1 






1 


1 


1 






1 


8 


Dartce 










....*.... 






Defiance 














1 








Delaware- 


















1 






I 


Erie 

















' 1 








1 


Fairfield 
























Fayette 






8 






3 














Franklin 




















1 


Fulton 
























Gallia 


























Geauga 



























Greene 










*•••••••" 
















Guernsey 


























Hamilton 


























Hancock 
























Hardin 




1 . . 




















Harrison 


























Henry 


























Highland 


























HockinK 




••••••• 






I 


1 














Holmes 
























Huron , 
























Ja4!kson 


























Jefferson., w 


























Knox ., 


























Lake 


























Lawrence 


























Licking.. 

Logan 


1 










1 
















•••• 1 ••-•"-" 

1 


...•••>. 















Lorain 






• 




! 












Lucas 
























Madison 


























MahonlnK 


























Marlon 


























Medina 










, 
















Meigs 












1 












Mercer 










■* ■ 






1 


1 






2 


Miami 






















Monroe 










t« ••••••• 
















Montcromery 
























Morgan....; 


























Morrow 


























Musklnsum 


























Noble 






s 






3 














Ottawa 











1 






""i" 






1 



JUDICtAL STATISTtCa. 
PROaKCOTIOHS roS CUMBH AaAIKST THE Pshboii— ContlD 











mt'"^ 


— ■ 














Btehhind , | 


ssssr"' 




-■ ' 1 








SSfrt' 




















































sS 


1- 


— -1 




— - 


VI 




1 


i 



412 



▲NI^UAL REPOBT SECRETARY OP STATE. 
PB09BOUTIOK8 FOR Cbimbs AGAINST THE PERaoN— Continued. 





All other crimen against the person not Inoluded 

above. 


• 

Oountles. 


Prosecutions still pending. 

• 


1 

a* 
< 


Quashed, nolle prosequi, etc. 


1 

B 


a 

9 

B 


• 

a 

u 

s 

a 

3 

O 
H 


Adams „ 






1 






1 


Allen 












Ashland 






1 
1 




• ••••••••••••••J 


1 


Ashtabula .... * 








1 


1 


Athenn 












Auglaize 














Belmont 


.\.,,. 


1 

1 








1 


Brown „ 


1 


1 




. 1 


4 


Butler 






Carroll 














ChitmDalim 














Clarke 














Clermont 


1 




1 


1 

1 




8 


Clinton 




I 


Columbiana 












Coshocton „ 














Crawford 














Cuyahoga. 


1 
2 
1 






3 
1 




• i" 


Darke 


1 






4 


Deflance 






1 


Delaware 




1 






, 1 


Erie 












Fairfleld 














Fayette 














Franklin 


1 




2 


1 


1 


6 


Fulton 






Oallla 






1 






1 


Geauga „ 












Greene 














Guernsey 










•••• ••••••••• 


'••**• •••••• 


Hamilton „ 














Hancock 














Hardin 












Harrison ...» 














Henry „ [. ^^'^...^ 












Highland 














Ho<7king 










1 




Holmes 













Huron 










1 

I 


1 












1 


Jefferson 


















1 
6 




1 


2*" 


Lake 


is*" 




1 


21 


Lawrence 






Licking 


3 


1 


1 


1 


••••••■•••••••« 


6 


Logan 


..,,,,., ^ 




iLorain „ 










*••••**•"••*•" 








1 








1 


Hadison 












Mahoning 














Marion 








1 




i*" 


Medina „ 












Meigs 




1 


1 






2 












Miami '.'....'...'. 










1 


1 








1 




1 


Montgomery „ 






1 
2 
8 
1 




1 




1 
6 








8 


Morrow 


2 


8 




24 


Muskingum ^ 


1 


2 


JJoble „ J 









•••••■*••••• 



JUDICIAL STATmncs. 



4I» 



PBOSSCfunoNS FOB CBms AOAiifST THs PBRflozr— ConclodwL 



CoodUm. 



OtUwa.... 
PauldtDg. 

Pmrry 

Plcki 



•way 



Pike 

PoriAce ».. 

Preble - 

PatQam 

KoM .T. 

Haudukky 

HcluUi 

Benei'a. 

Hlieiby 

Butrk 



All other oiimea Against the penon not inolad«d 

above. 



o 



Hufuuilt 

Trumbull .... 
Tu*>cankwa« . 

Union 

Van wt-rt 

VlDton 

Warren 

Wanhlngton. 

Wa;ne 

Wiaiams 

WiHMl ....^ 

WyanaoU 

totals.. 



s 

< 






4 

a 



a 

a 

a 

s 

r 

S 



■ •• •«•••*••• 



■J 
i 






33 



1 
2 



S7 



U 



I 

1 



I 

S 



1G0 



414 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



PROSECUTIONS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST PROPERTY, FOR THE YEAR 

ENDING JUNE 30, 1883. 





Arson. 


Burglary. 


• 

Counties. 


Prosecutions still 
pending. 


3 

4-* 

cr 


Quashed, nolle 
prosequi, etc. 


• 

a 

G 


•S 

a 

1— I 


Total number prose- 
cutions. 


Prosecutions still 
pending. 


3 

a 
< 


Quashed, nolle 
prosequi, etc. 


• 

s 

g 

M 


Total number prose- 
cutions. 


A HAinn 


1 








1 


4 








4 


Allen* 










6 


5 


11 


A aliluMfl 




1 






1 
1 








AHhtal;ula 

Athens 


""T 






13 
1 






1 
4 


14 


, ,,, 






2 


7 


A l1LrlHI7P 










•....•... 




"Rpliiiont. 
















1 
1 

1 




5 
2 

• 3 
1 


6 


Rrnwn 




. .^. 


1 


■••• •••• 




Arf 


••••«•••• 




3 


Butler . .. . 




1 




5 


Carroll 


1 










1 


(^Iiiiiiin:iiflrn 


........ 








••••••••• 








i.'larke 


1 








9 

3 
1 




2 


6 
1 


10 


(^Ipnnoiit -. 


1 








4 


(^Iint6n 




1 "' 






1 


Wllllii^U •.......■•••••• 

Columbiana «. 


1 






1 

1 




3 


i 
1 

1 

25 
4 

1 
1 
4 
1 
2 
14 
1 
2 


4 




1 




1 


ilmwfcjrd 










1 
1 
2 

1 
.... ..■ 


2 


^^iivaliotfa 




1 






1 


4 
2 


3 

2 

1 

......... 

......... 


33 


Dark e 




••••••••• 




10 


T^Hfiaiioe 


1 








1 


3 


Delaware 








1 


Krie 
















1 

1 


5 


F'ttirfielil 














1 


3 


T^'nvettH 






• • • • 






6 

1 


8 


Pranklin 








1 


1 


3 


8 


26 


Fulton 








1 


I^flllia 








1 


1 


1 






3 


(TPfl-lltrft 














i-ireenft 












.,....., 






3 


6 


4Tii#»rnftPV 














1 


1 


TTflmiltnn 


4 








4 


44 


3 


24 


71 


KTjifipook - -. 












JlX»U V V^ V'V ...... ....... 

Hardin 


.......f 














3 


'"i" 


3 


i.iai\itsa ........a...... 

Harrison 
















1 


Henrv 












1 






1 


X-l.C;ltl^ ................. 

Hi<rhland 




1 


3 




4 










Hoi'kinff 










I 


3 

1 

1 
6 

4 


4 


.LAV\^IWt&l|^ .............. 

Holmes 












2 


1 


4 


Hnrnn 






2 




2 




1 


1.1 Ul \JKM ........ ......... 

Topkflon 














6 


Tfkffprfion 


















4 


ICnftT ..- 




















r^ke 




^ 


















TjLwranofi ............ 














1 

1 




1 
2 
6 


2 


F-inlrini? 




1 
1 






1 
4 


8 


1 


12 


Logan 


""2" 


1 




$ 



JUDICIAL 8TATIflTIC8. 



415 



PBoescuTioxs FOR Offbnsbs Against Propbrty, ktc. — Continaed. 











Arson 


i 




Burgbiry. 


Connties. 


1 

i S • 
1 o bo 


1 

• 

■tmt 

9 
< 




1 

• 

o 

o 

a 
c 


■ 

1 I 

is 


* 

s-.i 
■II: 

" 1 


• 

1 

'3 

c 

-< 


1 ^6 

1 %^ 

1 1 f 

ii 


• 

s 

a 

S 
c 


a. 

i- 

a o 


lionin « 




i 


1 




1 


.... ... . ' . 


' ^ 




l.ucaa 


1 

1 




I 




..4 S ' 


16 


Ma(!i'4')n « 


1 




:;;;;! *"l;:;:""' 






1 

3 

1 


1 


MAboniux 


::::::::t:::::::: 




1 


1 


1 




H 


Marion 


1 


1 




1 ' 


I 


M«*iiina 


1 






:i 


•» 


ifeiifK .„ 






1 

1 , , ,,, 






I 


I 


MerctT ^ -- 






1 
\ 




1 


1 

4 


•> 


Minmi « 




1 




1 ■•••*« A.a 


: 1 ' 

1 




IS 


.».» 


Moiinx' ...\ 






1 


2 




1 

4 V.i 

I - ' 

1 

1 3 


a 


M»>riran 








i 


i:;:.:,« ■ 




23 








1 








1 


Morrow .„ 1 




" " •* •■ ■ 


i 




I 


.> 


^tuHkinguin 






1 


W . 


f 


Noble 


o 


1 


• ••••• ••• 




■ ■' i 


1 


•» 


Ottawa^ 






Pnuliling „ 

Pf^rry i 

l*irk«way 










;::::,; i 




J 


2 1 I 


4 


I 


r ■ 




........ , 

1 


*• 1 


3 ■ 
3 


3 












3 i 





Pike 











1 


J 


1 


1 


I 


Pora^re 













1 






Prehle^ 




1 


1 




I ' 

2 

2 

1 


' 






3 
2 

4 


;{ 


Putnam .« 


'*********( 


1 

» 1 


1 


■ 






•» 


Rirhland 


' i 


1 


2 

5 

1 

t 




3 


9 


RoMi^ 


■* ••••••••, 




1 
1 


3 1 


10 


Sanduhky 


I 




I 

1 





i ! 

1 


1 
1 




3 


8tnoio 






• ••••• ••. 


...... ( 


3 


S«neca „ 


1 







o 1 

- r 




1 


o 


Phelby« 

Stark 


1 t 








1 ** 1 




i 


' 


1 


1 ■ 
1 




1 




6 

1 


i 


Summit I 

Trambull 


1 


■ ••••••••• • 


*••«•••«•• 


5 
1 




1 






5 • 


5 


I nion « 


1 1 1 

t 1 


1 

1 


«• 
...... ...■• 




2 1 


4 


Van Wert 




1 


1 


■ > ■ ■• 1 


6 


Vinton- 


1 


1 


1 


t 








Warren .« „ 


•••••••••,••••••••• 




...... ...1 


1 


2 . 


i 




6 


Waabington.. , 

Wayne- „, 


i 






' 


— 
i 


• ••••• •••«! 










1 






3 




3 

1 
1 


****!* 


3 


Wood - 




; 






Wyandot - 




' \ 






1 


• 




• • 


2 


2 


1 




* ***' *** 1 


■ 




( 




ToUla. 


14 


10 1 


17 


4 


« : 


121 ■ 

1 


29 


. 81 * 240 ' 

1 


471 



416 AVinTAL REPOBT 

Pbobbcutio.is fob Oi 



8SOBETART OP STATE. 

AoAiNST PsopsKTV — Continued. 





1 








1 
1 
1 
1 








1 
3 






1 










4 








1 












1 






2 


2 
















1 


2 










1 




1 
1 












1 






i 


1 


2 












1 






4 








4 






8 

2 
6 

1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
12 
1 






















I 








1 


1 

1 


i 

1 


""i" 
















1 








1 




Clinton... 


















5 








5 






2 




















8 

4 








3 
7 
2 

1 




1 
1 


2 
lU 






3 
2 

1 






9 
2 


















































2 

4 




2 
6 


1 






3 

1 
2 
8 






1 


1 




2 


1 
6 








1 
4 




Fwnkitn'::::::;.'.::: 


1 




2 




3 
























1 
































1 








1 


1 


1 


7 


1 
















20 




1 


1 


22 


67 
3 




1 


13 

1 

e 








1 
















1 

1 


































2 
3 




2 


























1 







1 
















1 




1 

2 


















1 


3- 








... 








1 










































1 




















1 


















1 


1 
3 






1 










1 


6 


1 


» 








i^in" ;:::;::;:; 






















LOCM 


2 











2 


7 


s 


4 


7 


2L 



JUDICIAL 8TATI8TIGB. 



417 



Pbosscutions for Opfbnsss Against Propbbty — Contiiiaed. 



Ooontiet. 



Embezzlement. 



Grmnd larceny. 



•a 

s 

O ( 

'& t 

0:: 



G 



3 



Mmdiaon^ > 

MAhoning 1 1 

Marion I 

MediDA... 



n. 

:b ! 
1 



<y 



a 

a 



B 



2 
1 



£ s 






e.: 



^ 



•5 o 

0* 



2 il 



I 

•a 



.d 









3 
1 



1 



MeigH 

Merrer 

Miami 

Monroe 1 i 

Montgomery.. j 1 

Morgan - 1 i 

Morrow « ' 

Moakingum ; 

5obl# , ' 

OtUwa ! 1 

Paolding 

xnprry 

PickawaT 

Pike 



5 



1 



1 
1 




2 



2 I 



1 



4 

1 



1 
1 
I 



2 
8 



I 
•> 



II 



1 
1 



P 



4 
1 



4 
I 
9 



18 

4 



2 



3 
I 
1 
1 



Portage ... 
Preble-... 
Putnam ... 
Richland . 



tSandoflky. 
Scioto-... 



Shelby 



Sommit... 
Tnunboll 



Union- 

Van Wert -. 

Vinton 

Warren 

WMhington 

Wa^ne 

Wmiama .... 

Wood 

Wyandot.... 



Tdtak. 



54 



1 



1 1 



12 



17 



I 
1 



1 
2 



1 

1 



1 
1 



85 130 



1 
2 



1 



1 
3 

4 



.1. 



1 i 

2 . 

1 I 



1 < 

1 I 



3 I. 



25 



71 14 



1 
1 
6 
3 
6 
2 
7 



1 

4 
2 



1 
6 
3 
1 
3 
2 



373 



27 8 8 



418 



ANNUAL BEPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Prosecutions fob Offenses Against Property — Continued. 









Petit larceny. 


Total number prose- 
cutions. 1 


Horse stealing. 




Counties. 


Prosecutions still 
pending. 


• 

».< 

9* 

< 


Quashed, nolle 
prosequi, etc. 


• 

£ 


S 
'v. 

s 


Prosecutions still 
pending. 


I 
1 

3 

^-» 

cr 
< 

1 


SB 

^— « 

• 

CO C 

a 


• 

a 

a 


•c 

' a 

1^ 


Sol 

a 

-1 


Adams 






1 

1 










Allen 




3 

• 




5 


1 
1 

4 


9 
1 
7 
4 

1 

; 11 

7 


1 


2 


I 


,^ 


A^lilnn') 










Ashtabula 


2 
3 




1 

1 




4 ;;;;.*! 


1 

1 


3 

1 


^ 


Alliens .' 


3 


Auirlaize 


1 
1 




1 




BeliHnllt 




















Urown 


3 
3 







2 
4 












Boiler 


I 


1 




4tf 


H 


Carroll 








1 

1 . 






Cbaiiipaign 

Clar e 


i* 

6 

1 
2 
1 






...... 


7 


""To 
(i 

5 
5 

1 
2 
3 
2 
1 
1 
G 
1 
5 
3 


1 "T 

1 


2 


1 
1 
1 


5 
1 


1 leriiMiiit 


3 1 

1 1 


• • • • • 

1 

r 


4 


Ciiiitoii 


• 


1 
2 


2 


I 


3 


Cnhiiiibiana 




Co^ll'K'lnll 


1 


Ciawinrd 




1 










Cuvahiiira 


1 
1 




1 


1 





1 • 




2 




tr 


Daikf 


1 






3- 


l)«*liaiK'e 














l)»laware 








1 
4 


......... 








'*"** 




Krie » 


1 
3 


*i' 


1 
1 






Fairti. Id 


' 











Faxelle 




1 
3 




Fraiikiin 










1 

art 


t 

1 
1 

•4' 


1 


Kuiloii 














3" 


Gallia 






1 


2 




3 
2 
3 
1 
5 
2 
2 
1 
3 
2 
2 
3 






1 


CieaMira 


2 


i 


• • • • ' 
•• ••• 


2 




Ciri't'iie 


1 




1 


1 


3 


GurriiH^y 


1 
2 
2 

1 
1 
3 

9 

2 




llniiiilKin 


3 






14^ 


iiaiuHK k 










Hart tin 






1 














llHrria 'n 








lli'iirv 




















lligiilaiid 

H«M king , 


......... 








• 












""2 


"i" 






Hullll« B 


1 




2 




.f 


lliiniii 










Jai'krwin 






1 


1 


1 
3 
3 
1 

9 

2 
8 
5 


3 

3 

6 

1 

2 
18 

2 
12 . 

6 . 












aJetli^rsoii -. 
















K.IIOX 






1 


2 


1 








1 


Lake 








1 


"l 
...» 


1 






1 
1 


1 
3 


1 • • • 






1 


Licking 

Loiraii 


5 


1 




1 


2 
1 


Tjirnill 




1 
1 , 


3 , 







1 




1 


LuCtttt 


»••••■••• 


3 


1 


4^ 



JUDICAL STATISTICS. 



Pbosbcctions for Ofpbxsks Aoaixst Propbstt — Contiiiaed. 



Horse stealing. 



Coanties. 



Mft<Hfion 

Mahoniiite 

lUnon 

Miami 

Mt»nrp)tiit*iy 
M'lfvaii 

Mtihkiii^uiii 

OtUWH 




PrfiiHiiitif .„ 
Ivrrv _ 

• 

P»€ k wiiv 

Pik.. ".. 

p. ifi >•- - 
Pivl.l 
Piiiit»m 
Itii'liUiul 

8f*ii«** a 

Kurk. 

TrufiilMiU.^ 

TuH'air4«r4a 

Viii«»n. 

Van Wert^ 

Viiitfiii. 

W*fivn 

Wii«iliingt4in 

Wjaiuloi 

Totals 



.ANNUAL BEPOBT 8ECEETA&T OF STATE. 
Pbobxcdtiokb tor Opfbnseb Aoaisbt Pbopertv— Continned. 





Keceiving, buying, or conceal- 


nKiitmi^; 


"■' railroad track. 


Countite; 




J 


i 

i. 
1* 


Adams 




























































1 






i 






1 


































































































1 










I 
























































ctorJrT..::::;: 


































I 


1 










































































































I 
1 





3 





2 


6 

1 














































































































































1 




3 


1 


1 


6 
























































































1 
































13 










13 














































































































































































































2 






2 
































Baiox 






















































































































































1 






1 













JUDICIAL STATIBTIOB. 



421 



PROSscunoifs FOB OrFXNSBS Against Propxbtt. — Ck)ntiniied. 



CooBtiet. 



Madison 

HAhoning..... 

Marion ^ 

Medina ^ 

M«igs^ 

Meroer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan -, 

Morrow 

Mnskingom. 

Noble.. 

Ottawa 

Pkolding 

Perry 

Pickaway ..... 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Potaam.. 

Richland 



Receiving, bnjring, or conceal- 
ing stolen property. 




p 



P. 

Is" 



2 
1 



U4 



• 









i 



s-5 
1^ 



4 



Obstrocting raUroad track. 



i - 

O M 

a 










s 



a 



1^ 

|5 



1 



Sandnsky. 
Sdoto .... 



1 
3 



1 
3 



Shelby ....... 

Stark ^ 

Snmmit ...... 

Tnunboll ... 



Union.... 

Van Were.. 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne - 

WtUiams 

Wood. 

Wyandot ... 



Totals 



I I 



18 1 



18 



1 

I 

2 ! 6 



1 



45 



1 



1 > 4 



1 I 



1 



«22 



ANNUAL BEPOBT SECBETABT OF BTATE. 



Prosecutions for Offenses Against Property, etc. — Continued. 



Malicious destruction of property. 



Counties. 



Adams .... 

Allen 

Ashland ... 
Ashtabula 
Athens .... 
Auglaize ... 
Belmont ... 
Brown 



OB 

o to 

^ a 



•3 



n 



3 A 



1 



9 

a 

P>4 



•4^ 

s 

a 



a. 

a 



1 



1^ 



1 
1 



Butler , 

Carroll 

Champaign. . 

Clarke 

Clermont .... 

Clinton 

Columbiana. 
Coshocton... 
Crawford .... 
Cuyahoga.... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware .... 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

Franklin 

FuUon 

Gallia 

€freauga 

Greene 

Guernsey .... 
Hamilton .... 

Hancock 

Hardin , 

Harrison , 

Henry 

Highland .... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson 
ieffersou..... 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence ... 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Iftucas 



1 

i 



1 
3 



1 
1 
2 



1 
1 



1 
3 



1 
1 



JUDICIAL BTATISTIC8. 



423 



PB08BCCTION8 FOB Offknbbs Aoainst Pbopkrty, btc. — Contioaed. 





1 
1 


Malicioas 

T 

• 

1 s- 

•< 

1 


destruction of property. 




CoantieR. 


1 

* CD 

s • 

O 6C 

S a 

S a 




1 

a 

a 

s 
I 


P. 

8 o 

P 


MAfHSAII .r,,,..^r ,.,,,, t,r,T-T 









1 


Muhoiiiiiff 









1 ..* 


I 


Mftrion « ...... ...«.., , 




. 1 






llediDA ' ■ 




Meim .« ■ 




M*»rt**»r «...., t 




MuiDii «« 




1 




1 


2 


Monro6 




1 


i *i" 


1 


5Ionttfomerv <. 




.. .-... 


2 


Monmn ». i 


1 


1 


Morn»w 


♦> 


2 


Ma^kinipim 

Noblt* « 


1 




( 


1 








Ottawa 








( 




PatiUlinff ^. - 




IVrrv 


1 






1 


1 


Pifkawav ....,,..,.,.,,.» ,, ., 


1 






1 

1 




I*ike ^ 1 1 


Portayf 


■ 


♦ 




i 


1 


Pivble 






1 


■ 1 

< 1 


1 


Putnam 








RiclilaiKl ., 






2 




2 


K(>t^ ~ 




1 




1 


Hao'lusky 

Koi(iti) 


I 




1 


tH*n*M»n ,,. 


Shflby ' - - 


Huu-k 






o 




2 


Sauiuiit 










Trumbull 


Tum*aniwat4 


L Dloll I 


Van Wert 


Vinton ~ ■ 


Warren - « 


Wa>hini?tun « 




1 


, 






Wavne - 






1 
1 




WillUrnA ., 

Wo«m1 - 

Wvandot 




1 

5 


• ••«••••• 




i 


9 










Totals 


....:.. 15 


21 


11 9 


61 



424 AKNUAI. BEPOBT BECKETABT OF 8TATB. 

Pbosbcutions roR Offeksh Aoaihst Propbkti— Continaed. 















































1 


1 





2- 
















1 
I 
























































































































8 





4 




























Carroll.- 














1 


1 








2- 






































2 












































































1 





























2 
















































I 


3 

1 





1 






1 










1 


5 






































1 
















1 




1 




1 





2 






























1 
5 




























19 





1 




















Gallia, 
















1 


1 












































1 


















































18 


1 






2 
















































































1 








1 




2 




















2 














































































1 




























































































































1 
2 
1 




























































Irorain 
































JDDICUL BTATISTIOB. 42& 

PaoBiciiTioHB poR Ofpimm Aoainbt Fbopbbtv — Conttnned. 

I Haliciona dMlnictioii of tnt» \ ObtainiDK roone; bj fmlae 



LOGU 


























1 






1 









HsrtoD _ 
























1 


























Hercer 












i' 


3 




















Honive- 












































1 




':::::• i 


Morrow 


















1 


1 
































:::::::::l:::::.|::::;':::j"::: 














1 


■ i 


1 


i 








1 * 














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• 
















g^uno 








baoto 


1 1 2 1 3 ! 


1 
1 




i 

1 



S«Ma 

Stwibr 

Surk_ , 

Sammil 

l^mball ..... 
TnmemtAwn - 

Union 

Vm W»rt_,.., 



wavne 



53 I ' 62 < 2 12 12S 



426 



jUnrUAL BEPOBT 8BCBETAST OF 8TATB. 



Pbosscttioxb fob Offcsbbb AOAIX8T Pbopkbtt— Condoded. 



Forgery. 



All other crimee against propertj. 



Coonties. 



A'lamg^ 

Allt-n 

Ai^hlaii'l ...^ 

Af^huii»u*a.^ , 

AthenR^ , 

Autrlaize.. 

Be mont , 

Brown - 

Butler ; 



Carrr»H~ 

Champ lign^. 

Clarkti ^ 

Cleniiont 

01int>m 

Oilamhiana . 
0>8hocton.... 

Crawf'»r«l . 

Cayahof^A .... 

Dark»*.« 

IVfianre.^.... 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfi«'l«i 

Fayette 

Franklin ...... 

Fulton- , 

Gallia 



^ ^ 



3* 

•I 



■3 . 



• 

< 









c 

2> 



C 

X 



s 

2 



— 3 



2 2 =• . *s 5. 



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1 
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1 

8 



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1 

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6 . 



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3 






4 . 



1 
3 



1 . 



1 ' 3 

.... 2 2 

2 
2 5 



i 



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1 



3 1 



2 

1 



16 I, 



1 
1 



1 . 



4 

1 



1 
1 



1 



o 



1 I 

3 ! 

1 I 



23 I 
3 
3 
5 



10 



1 
1 
1 



2 

1 



4 
2 
1 

11 
1 
1 
1 



Geauga 

Greene . 

(iuernftey , 
Hamilton . 
IlancrH'k -. 
Hanlin...... 

Harrison... 
Henry... ... 

Hitfhiand . 
Hockint; ... 

Holmes 

Huron . 

Jarkson .... 
Jefferson.., 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.. 

Licking 

Lo/an 

Lorain....... 



3 
1 



1 



17 



♦> 
17 

"3 



20 



6 



I '" 



8 



1« . 

4 i 



1 
1 



•20 




4 : 







1 



5 



♦> 



3 . 



A ••••••••■ 

1 
6 2 



1 



•> 



1 . 1 



1 



22 

2 
1 



3 



3 
2 



1 
2 



4 
1 
2 



JUDICIAL srATiSTice. 



427 



pRosBCUTioNS POR Ofpbsses aqainst Psopkbty — Ck)ncladed. 



Forgery. 



Counties. 



All other crimeB against property. 



liQcas 

MA(li8on.», 
Mahoning 
M'*riou«..., 
Me<lina .... 



3 

CD 

•5.5 ■ •= 

^^ -3 

cr 

< 



04 



a 

5*5 
0^ 



1 
2 



a 

S 

s 

s 

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a. 

a 



1 
1 



• 



T~T 



c o I grs 



a?. 



a 





§i^ 


1 




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5 


:|-s 




8" 


ii 


4» 




•< 


1 


U4 

1 



c 
B 



a 

z 

s 

s o 



a ' o 



33 



5 
3 



1 



Meiics j ^ .... 

M**rcer. ] ..\,. 

Miami... 

M'>nroe 1 — 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Mom)W 



1 
3 



" !•' 



5 
3 



1 

8 
1 

4 



3 
•> 



Mnf*kuigum 
Noble 



3 
1 



4 
o 



Ottavra 

PmiMing.. 

Perry 



1 



1 



1 
1 



Pickaway : 1 , 

Pike 1 !•... 

Portage 1 1 .' \ 1 

Pieble » 'J , 

Putnam 1 



2 ', 



1 



I 



3 

1 
.> 

3 

11 

1 



1 
1 



•> 



1 



Rirhland 

K tes «> , 

Han<luftky 1 

8cioio 2 

p^nei^j* M...... ......... .... .••••.• ...I .. ••••.' o 

Shtlby. :i 5 3 

8tark 1 

Paoimit 1 

Trumbull 

Tuffcarawaa. 4 4 1 .... 

It • •» 

nion / .... 

Van WVrt 1 I ; 1 

Vinton ' j ■ ' 1 ,.. 

Warren 1 1 ' I 

Waaiiington 1 l| 2 .... 

Wayne 1 I 1 1 

Williams 

Woo*l 2 2 

Wvandot. 4 4 1 ... 



1 



Totals 102 



78 ."iU 



237 ' 



I 

*i 



4 
5 
3 



3 

12 

1 

1 

1 
2 
•> 



1 



35 12 45 24 1 > 154 



428 



AKKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE, 



PROSECUTIONS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC PEACE, AND AGAINST RIGHT 

OF SUFFRAGE, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 80, 1888. 







Carrying concealed weapons. 


RioU 


Oountles. 


• 

a 

a 
I 

m 
m 

§ 

S 




1 



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• 

9 

"S 

0. 
9 

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a 




a 


a 

1 

a 
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a 

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B 

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a- 

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a 

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■ 

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3 

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1 

o 

a 

i 

3 







• 


O 

0. 

S 

M 


(V 

s 



i 


AdaxDR. ....,r 


4 


1 




2 


1 


8 














Allen - 
















Ashland 


























Ashtabula. 








........^ 








** *** 




1 




1 


Athens 
























Aufflalse « 








8 
1 


T 


8 

4 
1 
5 

1 














Belmont ~ 


1 




1 














Brown 


1 




2 








2 


Butler 




1 
1 




4 
































Chain ixalim 






















Clarke » 


























Clermont « 


2 




2 






4 














Clinton. 
















• * 




Columbiana 



























Coshocton 








7 




7 












...•••M* 


Crawford 






















Cuyahoga 


























Darke 


















1 






1 


Defiance 
























Delaware 


























Erie « 


























Fairfield 


























Fayette 


1 






4 




6 










1 


1 


Franklin 












1 




1 


Fulton 




















Gallia 








2 




2 














Gtoauga.. 










. 


1 








1 


Greene „ 


1 










1 
1 












Guernsey 






1 
















Hamilton 






















Hancock 








1 
1 




1 

1 
4 
1 
6 
8 














Hardin 






















Harrison 


1 




8 
















Henry 






1 
1 
1 














Highland 


2 






8 
2 














Hocking 


















Holmes 




















Huron 


















1 






1 


Jackson 


1 


2 


2 
1 
1 


8 
1 


1 


14 
2 

1 


1 








1 


Jefferson «... 












Knox 




















Lake 






...... 
















Lawrence 


4 








5 














Licking 




















Logan 






4 


2 




6 














Lorain 


















Lucas 






















■ 


Madison 








1 
1 
1 




1 
1 
1 












Mahoning 














1 






1 


Marion 
















Medina 






















Meiffs. 






2 


1 




8 


1 




1 






2 


Mercer 










Miami ^ „ 








2 




2 














Monroe 






















Montgomery 


























Morgan « 






1 


1 




2 














Morrow 
















•••••»•■• 


••••«••»• 



JUDICIAL 8TATI8TIC8. 



429 



PBOSBCUTiozrs Fom OrrmtfswB aoaiitst ths Public Pbacb— OonUnaad. 



CotmtlM. 



MosklDgnm. 

Koble. 

OiUwa 

Paaldlng 

Psrry.. 

PlokAwajr 

Plk© 

Portkce 
Preble 
PatnAin. 
RlchUuKl 



Hand oaky 

ficloto 

RcnocA 

Hhelby 

ftiark^. . 

Ha mm It 

TrumbulL 



Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren. 

WashlDfton 

Wajne. 

WlUUme 

Wood 

Wynndot, 

*" Totjas. 




t 



430 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETABY OF STATE. 



Pbosboutions por Offenses Against Public Peace— Continued. 





Breach of peace, and all other 
offenses against public peace. 


Hlegal voting, and all other of- 
fenses against right of suflkiage.- 


Counties. 1 

1 


a 

a 

■*> 

a 
oo 

a 
o 

«.* 
a 

a. 


3 

"3 

c 

< 


Quashed, nolle prosequi, etc. 


• 

o 

a 


a 

o 

a 

a 

1 

a. 

a 


• 

m 

a 
o 

a 

u 
0. 

a 

s 
a 

B 

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H 


a 

s. 

3 

OD 

a 
o 


1 
1 

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f 

( 

1 
♦ 

s 

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a 

cr 

< 


• 

9 

"5 

a 
© 

o 

c 

i 

3 

s 

a? 


6 

a 


a 

o 

a 

s 

s 

a 

a 


§ 

9 

0. 
hi 

s 

E 

c 

3 


1 

AdATnA 
















• 




Allen 










.* •••••••• 


1 








•• • ••••• 




AHhiRnd •... 










1 








Ashtabula 










***7" L*/."'.'.*. 














AlllAllR « 




1 








I 
6 








^ 






Auglaize 

Relinnnt 


4 

1 




2 


1 














I 




1 








Rrown 








1 

1 










itiitler 1 






F 










(\ti'roil ' 


1 






j 


1 

I 












I'liaiilDuien I... 






I 
........ 


1 




1 
......... ........ 






. •«•••«• 




Clarke 

i'leniiont 


...w... 




........ 1 

1 1 


••"•1 

1 




nil n ton 








":"" 




r!oltiniblana. 








1 

1 


1 


i 


•■••"•" 


•••••••• ••••••• 


•••■•»*• 




•■■••« 


(\isho«'toii 






Cra>*ford 
















(^uvabosa 














• 












Darke 








1 




1 










•••#••••• 




Detlance 




"i" 
















Delaware 


I 








2 














Erie 










1 




• 





1 


Fairfield 








1 




1 






Favetle 












B'mnklln 


















•"Tr.:::.:: 




1 


Fulton 
























QHllla 




1 


2 


1 


3 
2 

1 












(ieauim 




1 

1 


1 


• ■ • ■• •■•• 


(Jreeiie 




















Guernsey 




















Ilaniliton 






















1 


Hancock 


2 










2 
1 
3 














Hardin 




1 


.................. 

1 














Harrison 






3 












Henry 


• 




















Hicbland 


























Hocklnir « 








2 
5 




2 

6 
















Holmes 


1 


















Huron 












1 






1 


Jackson 




8 


2 
2 


4 




9 
2 












Jefferson 
















Knox 






















Dake 


























Lawrence 


2 
4 


1 




1 




4 
4 








Llckinsr 






1 








1' 


Logan 












Lorain 






1 


1 




2 














Lucas 


















Madison 


























Mahonlncr 


2 




5 






7 














Marlon 




















Medina 






















• 




Melirs *. 








1 




1 














Men'er 






















Miami 






1 


2 
1 




8 

2 

14 








. •••••• t«.| — --- -. 




Monroe ~ 


1 




.....^. 








• •» ' 




Montgomery 


8 


8 














Mnnran 






\ • •• 




1 






It 


Morrow 


1 










1 
2 










. ......•>•• 


Muskingum 


* 4**«««»« 


• •••«• •• 


.....^., 


•*»•-•• •• 




1 1 1 1 

» ••••••«•• ••••*•••• ■••••••»• •••••■••• ••••••••• 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



431 



Prosbcutions for Ofpknses AoAiicsT Public Pbacs— Concloded. 



OoUDtlMk 



Koble 

OttAwa 

Paulding 

Perry 

PicKaway ... 

Pike 

Piirtiige , 

Pivblf 

Putiiatn 

Rlrhland .... 

Ri*^ 

Haiiduwky .... 

K*loU> 

Sen^^-a 

Bhflhy 

Hlirk 

Hummlt 

Tniiiibiitl .... 
Tn»CNruwN» . 

Van Well ... 

Vinlori 

Warren . . .. 
V^ anhlngton 

H »\ no 

Wlllinma .... 

W.^Ml 

W>andot .... 



ToUU. 



Breach of peace, and nil other 
oflVukea Mgaluftt public p«Mice. 



fa* 
a 

c 



c 
o 






•I 



s 



4l 



£ 

a 

£ 

c 

i 



o 

c 



1 I 1 



•> 





1 

1 ...... 

1 

t I 
1 

1 


..... 

1 

"V 



o 

B 

c 

§ 



c 



■ • • » 

I 
1 
1 



2 



I I 



in 
I 
1 



4 

■» 

■» 

* 
1 



I 
({ 






Illegal Voting, and all other of> 
feuM;sagalui»t right of MUflYage. 



C 



m 

m 
a 





< 



c 
a 



3 



c 



l.,.. 



.„• o3 



IK 






ol 



11 



L b 



a 



«1 
a 

£ 

a 



a 
H 



432 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



PROSECUTIONS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 80,.1888. 





Perjury and sub- 
ornation of 
perjury. 


Bribery and attempt 

to bribe, and all other 

offenses against pub- 

lie Justice. 

a 


All other offenses 
against public health. 


Counties. 


Prosecutions still pending. 


• 

3 

s 

< 


• 

9 
3 

g 

a 
© 

o 

i 

3 

3 

0? 



a 

B 

a 

i 

a 

a 


Total number prosecutions. 


• 

OA 

fl 

I 

OD 
K 

3 

X 

2 

0. 


1 

3 

o 
< 


• 

o 

"5 

a 
© 

o 

fl 

i 
a 

3 
0^ 


6 

a 


fl 
o 

a 

fl 

s 

a 

a 


m 
fl 
O 

3 

a 

a 

3 
fl 

1 


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fl 

& 
s 

m 
ao 

fl 

3 

2 


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3 

3 
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a 

a 



fl 

•s 

ja 

a 

3 

0? 


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fl 
9 

a 

t 

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a 

a 

1^ 


fl 


a 

s 

a 


fl 

1 


AHattih • 






1 




A lion - 








( 


























\ ^hlATld .........••• 1 


































A «;)lt^V>Ula 


' 1 


















...... 














4 fhAFIH • 


1 ;.... 






1 
1 
1 














::::::i:::::: 










A iiflrlA.lze • 


1 


T 


























R^lmont ......... 4. •••• 




"T 


I 


2 


1 

1 


2 

1 1 5 

1 














Hf^/itim ....••.....••.•••••••••• 


! 


















1 




















/^arrrill ••••• 


I 
1 








1 
1 


1 


1 




T 


ZTT 














#^>ia.ninA.iffn • 




1 














/^in rlr p ,,. 


























\^lttrikCr ».•• ••• 




































niinfrin • 
















1 






1 














r^rk1iiinl>1ll.n&, ••••• 
































/^<^aVi/\/>ton . ............ ....M. >• 




























1 






1 


i^Wtk^iOTfiWA ..............•..«•••• 








1 
























i>rawiuru •••• 








t 






























2 




1 


3 


1 


1 








2 












U»riww ..,,.,.....• • 




















T^^klatvai'A ..........•...•••••«•• 




































x|<Ha 






1 




i 


























ir«1pflAld 










1 






I 














































P VkjCl'liV 


1 


1 






2 




I 


2 




I 


4 






1 






1 


















/aalllo 






1 




1 
























































drM^nt^ .......•••• •«•••• 
















4 






"4' 
















3 
6 






1 


4 
6 






















vjueriiijcj 

TTAmllinn 






2 










2 


I 










1 




























TTArdtn 




































TTariHann •...•••••. 








































































XTIfyViIfinfl ......... 




















1 


1 














JllgUlaUU ....*..* 

TXfvrtlrtnfr 
































TTrklTnAM 




































TTiimn . ............•...«•••.••••*••• 




































To/*lrarhn . .....•.•••..■.-•••• 
















1 






1 




1 








1 


TAfDnmon . •••• 






















ifnox „ • •• 




































TiA.1r A ......................••••.••• 






1 




1 














1 










1 
















I 


1 












T^ickinir 
































T^^flrn.n ....................... 




2 




2 


4 


1 


•••••• 


I 






2 














TxkrA.lti ......................... 




















Tjtlf^AJI . ............................... 






1 




1 




1 








1 














Mftilliion . ...-- 
























Mabonlng ^ - 

If Arlon " 


1 


I 


1 


"T 


3 

1 


1 






1 




2 




1 








1 








• ••••• 






If Adina 










Ifeiss 




































If ArcAr M 




































If iftmi «.. 






1 


1 


2 
5 


























'MnnroA .*. 


2 




1 2 






1 


2 




8 




...... 










Ifnntiroiildrv .•.•••••• 


:..i 


















Morgan 


»««*»4 






I' 


n 


1 1 

»••••• ««t*«« •••••• 








!!!!. ..!!..' 


1 


!•■•«• 1 


!•«••• 



JUDIOIAL STATIBnOS. 



488 



PBOsaoim^ira fok Orrmtnam against Public JumnoB, ■to.— Ooneluded. 





Perjury and nub- 

ornatlon of 

perjury. 


Bribery and attempt 

to bribe, and all other 

oflbntee agalnet pub* 

Uo Justice. 


All other oflteneee 
against public health. 


ConoUes. 


■ 

a 

1 
1 

■ 
a 
o 




5 

< 


o 

» 

"3 

a 
® 



a 

3 

s 




« 

6 

a 

s 

a 

a 


I 

p 

fii 
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fl. 

3 


a 

a 

t 

■ 
■ 
a 



9 


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1 

s 
cr 


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• 



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a 
s 


6 

a 


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a 

B 

a 

i 

a 
E 


d 

a 
o 



a 

E 


a 

3 


a 

1 
h 
1 

m 

a 






• 

3 

o 

< 


"5 

• 



c 

i 
a 

s 
3* 


• 

c 


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a 

E 

a 

s 

1 


j! 

CI 

a 

I 

I 


a 

3 


Morrow ^ 
















1 

1 
.... 1... ■ 


MaAkluKum ~ 








* 1 ' 


1 
















I 

1 


Kobl6 ^ ~ 






















1 1 


Ottawa « - 


t 


















■ 1 ■ 1. . 


paokllng - 
























' «.... 

1... 


rBTty — 

Pf^kavpy -T TfT - 










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.*••-> 


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. 










1 . 




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1 










1 







Putnam « 


f 










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1 




1 


2 
1 


• »• •• 


1 J 1 


Row , . ,,. .,,,.,,.., 


:::::. 








S 

( ■ • 1 • 

8 


1 


' 1 '...... 


Dandatky « 




8 

\ 

1 











1 •••■• 

.....,t .- .. ■«•••* 
1 1 


Ben«ea « ^ 

Slialby ..,^^ ^ - 


















1 




"3 






' - • - T » ♦ . > •*•>•• 

t 


TfittTi|>OlI •.••... •M>>«. 






1 






1 


4 
1 






"s" 

8 


, 


Tnnrarawat 










s 






1 


Colon ....»~ 






i 

* •••• «••■■ 

. 1 










Vtoton .., 


1 




1 





nTapppn .... _«i. ••••••••.. •••.••••••••• 








1 • * • • 






• • * • 

1 


1 

( 




** 








• ■ *• •« •-• 

1 1. . 


WA«hln(tf>n 






..:;::.::::: 


1 


.»*•.. 


,,,, 1 


Wood 






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431 



ANNUAL REPOBT SBORETABT OP BTATE. 



PROSECUTIONS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST CHASTITY AND MORALITY FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING JUNE 80, 1888. 



Counties. 



AUen ., 

Ashland ^ 

Ashtabula ^ ». 

Athens 

Auglaize » 

Beliuout 

Brown « 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign 

Clarke 

Clermont^ ~. 

Clinton 

Columbiana 

t, Coshocton 

Crawford- 

Cuyahoga ». 

Darke. 

Defiance 

Delaware 

EWe. 

Fairfield ^ 

Fayette 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia 

(}eauga „ 

Greene 

Guemsey«.....M.. 

Hamilton .„ 

Hardin 

Harrison 

Henry — ... 

Highland 

Hocking 

Holmes. 

Huron 

Jackson 

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Lake 

Lawrence 

Licking.. 
Logan .... 
Lorain .. 

Lucas 

Madison. 

Mahoning 

Marlon ........... 

Medina .....«m.. 

Aft.vlKO ••••••••••••••« 

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4S5 



PmosBounoim Fob Oimnm AaAnrsr Ohastity akd Morality— Ooniinned. 



CoanUM. 



Bigamy. 






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436 ANNUAL REPQBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 

PB06BCUTIONS FOB OFFENSBB AGAINS^ CHASTITY AND MORAUTT— Contlnaed. 





Seduction under 
promise of mar- 
riage. 


Keeping houne of ill- 
fame. 


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other offenses against chas- 
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JUDICIAL ^ATIaTIOS. 



487 



PBOOODTIOJra VOB OFFS1I8JES AOA1K0T CUASTITY AJTD MORAiaTT— CoOOlllded. 





BedooUoD under 
promise of mar- 
riage. 


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ram e. 


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other oilenaea agalnat ohaa- 
tlty and morality. 


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as 



ANNUAL REPORT SBORBTABT OP BTATB. 



PROSECTTTIO-VS FOR OFFENSES AGAINST PUBLIC POLICY, FOB THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 18S3. 









13 
6 
60 
29 
16 
96 
19 




Allen 

AahUnd 

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Athens „ 

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13 
3 

11 


1 
2 


3 
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40 
26 

1 
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8 










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18 




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4 




11 






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1 




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6 
10 
4 


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1 
34 


2 














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1 












4 

29 
6 










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1 


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16 






1 














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11 


18 
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10 


2 
6 
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6 




























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8 















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19 





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440 AinniAL sbpobt skcbbtabt of statb. 

PitosiccTioiffl voR OPFBNsia AoAiNST Pdblio Pouct — Cootiitned. 



Allen .'.".'.'.'. 
Ashland „. 
Ashtabula. 

Athens 

Auglaize. _. 



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133 










104 




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3 



JXTDICIAL nATnnoB. 



441 



PBostouTtOKs FOB Offshsib iGiiMST PuBUC PoucT— Contipued. 






All other offenses against public 
policy. 


Prosecutions for all other of- 
fenses not named heretofore. 


Counties. 


Prosecntions still pending. 


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1 
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1 


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1 


1 
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4 














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6 


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8 






1 




9 




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2 




2 














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6 


34 


14 


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173 


17 


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442 



AHHUAL BEPOBT SBCBSTAST OP 8TATB. 



DIVORCE BTATianCS OF OHIO, FOR THE TEAR ENDING JUNE 90, 1888. 





Ganae : Adnltery. 


Ck>nntl«a. 




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band. 


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band. 


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1 

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Number wherein alimony waa 
allowed wife. 


Number wherein quettlon of 
outtody of children wat raited. 


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9 

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1 

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a 

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9 

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4 
9 
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8 
8 


2 
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2 
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2 
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4 
1 
1 
2 


2 
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8 
2 
5 


1 


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1 

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1 


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2 


1 


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8 
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7 
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8 
8 
1 


1 
1 


Auglaize.^ „ 




1 


1 


«•••••••• 




Belmont 




1 


Brown ,„ ~ 








Butler. „ 


6 
2 

10 

28 

11 


10 
5 
4 

71 
4 
4 
7 
8 
8 
7 

60 
4 

5 
8 
4 
220 
2 
5 
2 
1 
8 
5 
8 
7 
4 

18 



10 

18 

11 

5 

8 

48 
1 
8 
8 
4 
7 
4 

10 
8 
82 
2 
8 
5 


2 

4* 

15 
7 
4 
7 
6 
2 

81 
2 
1 
4 
4 
2 
6 

85 
8 
8 
2 
5 
8 

71 
1 
4 
2 
1 
5 
2 
8 
8 
4 
11 
6 
8 
7 
8 
1 
8 
11 


4 

2 
6 
8 

4 
5 
8 






1 
1 
1 

8 

1 
2 
2 




Carroll » 








1 
1 
1 








Champaign 

Clarke 


2 
5 
4 
2 
8 
4 

18 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
1 

15 
1 
8 
2 

*""*18* 

1 
4 
1 


5 
1 
2 
2 




2 


1 


1 


2 




Clermont..... -.TrTT-T-, 


1 

T 

1 

1 

14 

1 


• ••••••• • 


1 


Clinton ., 

Columbiana 


1 
1 


1 


1 


Oothooton ,«.. 


1 
16 


2 

1 


1 


Crawford.. 

Cuyahoga 


2 

40 
2 
8 
8 
4 
1 
2 

24 
1 
6 
8 
8 
1 
149 
1 
1 


1 
7 


2 
24 

1 


"iB 


1 

9 


Darke» 




Defiance 










Delaware. « 


1 
2 

1 
1 
8 
1 


2* 

1 

11 

1 
4 
2 
8 

1 
8 

1 
1 


1 
1 










Erie.. 


1 
2 


1 
1 
1 
1 




1 


Fairfield. 


1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 




Fayette 


T 


5 

28 

1 

2 




Franklin 


7 


6 


Fulton 


1 


Gallia.. 


T* 


••• •••• 


8 
8 
8 


8 


Geautra ,.,...,.., 


2* 


1 


Greene 


6 

1 
199 


1 
1 
1 


1 


Guemtey 






Hamilton 


4 


1 


8 


Hancock ....r...t.T.t 




Hardin 








1 
2 


1 
1 




Harrlton 


1 








1 


Henry 








1 

1 
1 
1 
2 






Highland 


8 
8 


8 
* *2" 

5 


2 
2 


1 
2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Hooking 

Holmet.. 






2 
2 


1 
2 


1 


Huron 


4 




8 




1 
2 

1 

T' 




JacktoQ 


1 






JeflTerton........ 


7 
8 
7 
11 
8 
4 

"W 
1 

5 


8 
2 
1 
6 


1 


9 

4 
7 
4 
8 




Knox... 


2 

'2* 

1 


1 


Lake.... «.. 

Lawrenoe.. 


1 
1 

1 


>■••••««• 


1 
8 


Licking 

Loffan 


8 


1 




4 




Ijoraln 


1 
1 




1 
16 






••••••••• 




Lucat..... 


26 
1 
2 


2 


4 


4 


Madlton .- «.. 




Mahoning ,....,., .tt...r,...- 


8 
8 
4 
6 
8 
4 
8 
18 

2 
8 






2 


4 
2 

1 
1 
8 
2 
1 
20 


1 
1 


2 
2 




i 


Marlon ...7.............. 


8 


5 
1 
2 

••••••••a 




8 


Medina. 


1 




Meifft'r.i T ,.r,,.,T, 


1 
1 
6 

14 
2 
1 
2 


1 
1 

4 




2 


Mercer 


•••••»••« 








Miami.... 


2 


1 


2 

1 


2 


Monroe* 


1 

5 






Montgomery.. .., 




4 




MorgA-fi ...., .,..,.....t.. 


2 

1 
2 


2 






2 


Morrow........ 


2 

1 


••••••••1 






2 


1 

1 ••••••••! 


1 


Mutklngum.M »»n„ 




2 


2 


1 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



443 



DnroRCB Btatistioa— Oontina«L 



OoanUM. 



9obl«. « 

Ottawa. 

pMlldlDff-. 

P^iry 

Ptekawaj . 
Flke. 

PortaK« 

Prrble 

Putnam .. 
RtcblaDd 



* • •»•-•••••• 



Sandtuky 

Setoto 

Beoeea 

Shelby 

Stark - 

Somrnlt ... 
Tmmboll. 
Tuean 

Union. 

Van W«rt 

VIntou. ^. 

Warrtn. 



■«%•«» ••«•••••• 



•••••*••••••«•' 



Waahlngton... 

WMvne. 

WUltanM 

Wood- 

Wyandot 



Total! 



8 



a 

3 



Came: Adoltary. 



M7 



i 



^ 



9 
A 

5 

3 

« 



"^ 



8 
6 
4 
4 

2 

2 

11 

2 

1 

8 

10 

7 

7 

4 

2 

90 

14 

12 

4 

6 

6 

7 

2 

16 

6 

1 

6 

8 



1 
2 
2 
4 



1 
8 
1 
1 
6 
6 
8 
8 
1 
1 

11 
8 

J' 

1 I 
8 ' 
4 > 

!• 

4 



8 
2 



t 






o 

E 



9 

2 



2 
1 
8 
1 



3 

A 



E 

A 

a 

A 

h 



8 
6 
4 
4 

8 
1 

6 
8 
2 
6 
2 
8 



7 
2 
1 
8 

1 



485, 488 



1 
1 
8 



I 



A 
A 



• •••«••■• 



1 



•• • •••••• 



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1 
1 
8 
6 



A 



a 

A 

a 
« 

A 

k 

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£ 



A 



A 

a 
« 

A 

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r 



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8 

2!. 



••••••••a 



2 
1 



• ••••••• 



I 
I 

1 

a 

m 
u 

i 

a 


9EI 



1 



2 
2 



1 




















1 

8 






2 




1 




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2 

8 



1 
2 



1 
1 



2 
8 

1 ;. 



2 
1 



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a 
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si 



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1 
1 
2 



■ ••••*«*•• 



2 

1 






a 

It 

a 

I 

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•»•■••*•• 



o 

5 

o 

B 

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a 

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a 



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1 

8 



8 
1 



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1 
I 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

2 

2 
1 



»•«••• >•• 



1221 88 



177 I M I 444 



444 



ANNUAL REPOBT BEOBETABY OF BTATB. 



DivoBCB Statistics— Continued. 





Cause : Absence and neglect. 


Counties. 


«2 

XI 
9 

5 

9 

m 

i 

8 

9 

d 

1 


Number suits brought by bus- 
band. 


i 

j: 

9 

a 

5 

s 

ft* 

i 

8 

9 
55 


Granted when brought by hus- 
band. 


Ref used^when brought by hus- 
band. 


M 

9 

E 

ji 

d 

o 

1 

d 



• 

1 

d 
o 

xi 

1 


a 

i 

• 

s 

s 

s 

B 

9 


Number wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


Number wherein custody of 
children was raised. 




«a 

2 

a 

> 

d 
£ 
2 

1 


i 

5 



6 

S 

a 

d 

2 
6 


Adams 


7 
16 
16 
69 

6 

6 
21 
16 
14 

2 
19 
20 
18 
80 
26 
10 
16 
171 
41 
20 
12 
18 
16 

88 
8 

,1 

18 

9 

811 

24 

16 

2 

6 

14 

10 

7 

16 

11 

22 

12 

6 

16 

19 

29 

16 

87 

7 

84 

18 

7 

4 

4 

9 

8 

79 

7 

10 

16 


2 
6 
6 
21 
8 
2 
8 
6 
6 


6 
10 

11 
88 

3 

4 
18 
10 

9 

2 
18 
11 

9 
20 
18 

8 
10 
102 
22 
12 
10 
15 
12 

9 
60 

S 
iJ 

7 

196 

16 

18 

1 

6 

10 

8 

6 

9 

6 

16 

9 

4 

6 

9 

17 

10 

48 

6 

21 

10 

6 

8 

8 

6 

6 

66 

7 

6 

10 






4 

8 
8 

26 
1 
2 

10 
6 
8 
2 
4 
7 
4 
6 

11 
6 
6 

68 

18 

12 
4 

10 
9 
4 

84 
4 
2 
6 
4 
6 

TO 
9 
9 


1 
1 
1 
8 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 


2 
8 
2 
16 
1 


4 
7 

1 
7 








Allen _ 


2 

8 

10 

2 


1 
2 
6 
1 
2 
8 
2 


6 

4 
8 
1 
2 


1 


6 


Ashland 


4 


Ashtabula 


8 


6 


Athens ^ 


1 


Auglaize ^ 


1 
2 
8 


2 


Belmont 


i 

4 


6 
2 
6 


9 


Brown 


8 




8 


Butler 




1 


Carroll 














Champaign 


6 
9 
9 

10 
7 
2 
6 

69 

19 
8 
2 
8 
8 
6 

21 
2 
8 
7 
8 
2 
116 
8 
2 
1 


2 
6 
6 

4 

2 


8 

1 
1 
1 
2 


2 
2 
2 
6 


8 

6 

6 

16 

10 

8 

6 

29 

6 

4 

2 

8 

2 

10 

84 

8 


1 
1 


2 
2 




2 


Clarke 




1 


Clermont 






Clinton 


2 

1 
28 

1 

*4 

1 
6 
2 
9 
1 


2 

2 

1 

46 


••••••••. 




Columbiana 


2 


Coshocton 


1 

2 

29 

6 

'6 

2 
2 




2 


Crawford ,... 

Cuyahoga 


2 
29 
12 

8 

""iT 

o 
•"17^ 


6 

1 


2 
5 
8 


6 
81 


Darke 


9 


Defiance j 


4" 

2 

8 

1 
1 

8 
8 
8 
6 
16 

4 


1 


Delaware J 


4 


Erie 


2 
1 

1 
2 

1 

1 


1 


2 


Fairfield 


7 


Fayette 


1 


Franklin 


2 




10 


Fulton... 


T 


1 


Gallia 


1 
1 
1 

''*16 
2 
2 


1 


€teauga 


2 

7 

2 

204 

8 
2 

1 




8 


Greene 


1 
1 

18 
2 

1 




2 


Guernsey „. 

Hamilton 


1 
6 


1 

8 
1" 


4 

18 


Hancock 


4 


Hardin 


1 


8 


Harrison 




Henry*. 




6 

7 
4 
8 
6 
2 
7 
8 
4 
8 
8 
8 
9 
80 
6 
6 
6 
2 
2 




2 

1 
6 

1 


8 
4 

2 
4 
4 

6 

1 
7 
2 




8 


Highland 


4 

2 
2 

6 

6 

7 

8 

1 

9 
10 
12 

6 
14 

1< 
18 

8 

2 

1 

1 

4 

8 
28 




1 
8 


2 


8 
8 
2 
6 
8 

10 
4 
1 
8 
8 
9 
1 

19 
1 

17 
6 
2 
1 
8 
8 
1 

84 
6 
8 
8 




4 


Hocking 




2 


Holmes 




1 
1 
2 

1 




4 


Huron 






4 


Jackson 






2 


4 


Jefferson „.«. 






1 


Knox 


2 
1 




4 


Lake « 






2 


Lawrence 


9 
6 
6 
6 
6 

"i 

6 
2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
10 




T* 

8 






Licking ; 


2 
4 

1 
2 

6 


2 
8 
2 

8 

2 
4 

1 


8 
8 
7 
8 

6 
2 
8 




8 


Logan 


1 
1 
2 

T' 

2 
2 


2 


Lorain 


6 


Lucas 


1 


6 


Madison 


1 


Mahoning „.. 

Marion 


2 
2 

1 


4 

8 


Medina 




Meigs J 






rrz*^ • ••♦•••••••••••••••. ..M. ••«••««•« 

Mercer 






••• 


1 






Miami 


1 
1 
2 


4 

8 
21 

1 
2 
2 


2 
12 


1 


Monroe « « 

Montgomery 

Morgan 


1 
8 

1 

8 


2 
9 

1 

8 

........ 




2 
9 
1 


Morrow ^ 


4 
6 


2 
8 


1 


2 
2 


S 


6 


Mufkingam 


8 



JUDICIAL STATISTICS. 



445 



DrvoBCS UTAT19TICS— Contliia«L 



Coanties. 



Noble 

OttawA ^ 

pAuldlng 

Perry 

PlrkAWAy 

Pike 

Portage 

Preblr 

PutDain 

Richland 

Ro« ..„ 

Handiwky ... 

HcU>to 

Heneca 

Khelby 

SUrli 

Hammlt 

Tmmbull .... 
Toacurawat . 

Union 

Van Wert ... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washing ion 

Wayne 

Winiami 

Wood 

Wyandot .... 

TotaU„. 



Oanee : Abeenoe and neglect. 




4 

a 


A 


4 


4 


• 


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a 


a 

JQ 


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a 


a 



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a 

s 

3 

o 

s 


id 

*• 

M 

3 

■ 


Xi 

w 
s 

£ 

5 


i3 

w 
a 

2 • 

a 
o 


•* 

JB 
M 

a 
S 

a 

9 


M 

a 
S 

fl 
« 


£ 

fl 


fl 
1 

1 

3 

a 


§ 

s 

-i 

fl 


1 

I! 


a 
> 
It 




8 

fl 

It 


s 


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k 




e 


c 


e 


i^ 


j 


1^ s 


1 


i 


^S 


£ 


t 


5 




Vi 


a 

a 


il 


p ? 


3 


6 

a 


8*3 


is 

a & 


2 

5 


2 
2 


^ 


» 


Z. 





2 


O 


2 


2 


Z, 


r 


u 


2 


2 


< • «••••• * 


2 




•• *•••«•■ 




•••••«•«• 




.......•• 




••••••*«• 





5 


4 


2 


1 


8 


1 




1 


2" 




2 


17 
1« 


5 

7 


12 
9 


2 
6 




9 
8 


< 8 
1 




6 

7 


2 

4 


;i 


2 


1 


1 2 


17 
IV 


11 
7 


12 


2 
8 


1 
1 


6 

8 


4 
8 






4 
8 


i' 


1 4 




1 s 


2:i 


11 


12 


2 


4 


10 


1 




8 


4 




1 4 


17 

7 

27 


4 
4 
6 
< 
6 


18 

8 

21 

U 

6 


2 

4 
7 
2 

4 





7 

2 

17 

8 

4 


1 
1 
2 

1 


^ 


2 
8 

8 




I 




2 


! ? 


i" 


12 


IK 








11 


•« ■•»■•*» 


2 


• • • • • 




U 
19 


4 
1 


t 
18 


2 

1 


• • • ••••• • 


6 
18 


2 

1 




2 

8 




I 




••*»••••• 




6 
40 


2 

la 


4 
27 


i 




1 
27 


1 






1 
6 


1 




2 






2» 


10 


19 


4 


8 


14 


8 








1 




ao 


8 


22 




8 


e 


11 


10 










]U 


5 


N 


8 


8 


7 


, 8 






• • • •••• * 






IV 


4 
8 


10 
10 


6 


1 

1 


1 
4 


' 8 
1 2 


14 


1 


1 
2 


.... 
1 




i« 


1 1 




1 « 


2 


4 


2 




2 


\ •*•♦<••#» 












16 


7 
6 


9 

4 


4 

2 


r 


4 
2 


1 2 
1 2 






8 
1 


!■•• 




> 9 






1 ^ 


8 


1 >« 


8 


4 


10 


1 






1 8 


1 1 




U 


6 


' 6 


4 


1 


4 


1 








1 


5 


17 


7 


1 1" 


; 4 




8 


1 




2 


1 1 


( 


1 


7 


6 


1 2 


! 1 




1 








1 


1 

i « 








1985 


1 706 


1 1280 


288 


lis 


718 


181 


1 •» 


207 


268 


Wl 



446 



ANNUAL REPORT BECRETART OF STATE. 



DivoBos Statistics— Continued. 











Cause: 


Cruelty. 










• 

Conntles. 


M 

9 

£ 

3 

a 
ft* 

% 

8 



'0 

1 


Nufnber suits brought by 
husband. 


Number suits brought by 
wife. 


Granted when brought by 
husband. 


Rf- fused when brought by 
husbond. 


Granted when brooght by 
wife. 


Refused when brought by 
wife. 


S 


t 

« 

3 



« 

& 
& 



55 


Number wherein alimony 
was allowed wife. 


Number wherein custody of 
children was raised. 


• 

e 

a 
£ 
2 

1 


1 

a 



> 


t 

2 



Adams ^... 


1 

6 

7 
84 




1 
6 

7 
26 


»« •• •• 




1 

4 

2 

14 


1 
8 

4 


1 

2 

U 


~T- 


1 
1 
4 


.—..».. 




Allen m. 


1 


Ashland...^ 










1 


Ashtabula 


8 


2 


8 


3 




4 


Athens^ » 






Auglaize 


7 

6 

8 
10 

2 
12 
12 
IS 
12 
11 

\ 

78 

10 
2 
9 

11 
4 
5 

81 
6 
2 
8 

15 
8 
254 
1 
5 
2 
1 
2 
6 
8 
8 
2 

10 
4 
5 
7 

18* 
7 
4 

96 
2 

28 
7 
4 
1 
4 
5 
4 

40 
1 
2 
4 
8 




7 
4 
7 
7 
2 

11 

12 

11 

10 

10 
2 
6 

62 
9 
2 
8 

11 
4 
4 

29 
6 
2 
8 

18 
8 
287 
1 
5 
2 
1 
2 
5 
8 
6 
2 
7 
8 
6 
7 

18 
5 
8 

20 
2 

28 
7 
4 
1 
8 
4 
4 

84 
1 
2 
4 
8 






4 
8 
% 


8 
1 
2 




2 

• ••••••»• 

2 

1 
1 
1 


1 
1 




2 


Belmont ^ 


2 

1 
8 




1 
1 


1 
8 
8 




1 


Brown 






1 


Butler 


2 






Carroll 




2 
8 
5 
2 
4 
2 
2 
4 

28 
7 
1 
2 
5 
1 
2 

10 
5 










Champalirn 


1 








■'"S" 

8 

7 
8 
8 


1 
4 


»••••••»• 


1 


Clarke. » 






4 

8 
5 
1 


8 


Clermont.. 


2 
2 
1 


1 








Clinton 


•••■••• 








Columbiana 




••• ••• 




1 




1 


Coshocton 








Crawford^ 


2 

11 

1 


2 

1 




1 
21 


........ 

18 
8 

1 
5 


2 

11 

1 

4 

6 


1 

17 




2 


CuvahOKa 


5 




12 


Darke 




........ 


Defiance 








""i" 






Delaware.. 


1 




1 


1 
6 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 


8 


Erie : 








Falrfleld - - 








1 

2 

18 


1 

8 






Fayette 


1 
2 






2 

1 
2 






Franklin - 




1 






Fulton - « 




1 






Gallia 












Geausa 








8 

6 

1 
19 




1 
4 
1 
8 


8 
10 

1 
1 






Greene 


2 


1 


1 


1 


6 

2 

282 






Guernsey 






Hamilton 


1 




2 

1 
1 
2 






Hfiii(*n<*k .„„T-T 








Hardin 








4 






1 






Harrison 


••••« ••• 














Henry 






1 
2 
1 
2 
6 
2 
1 
8 




. 








Highland t... 












1 


"■'i'"" 
1 

1 

8 


•••••»••• 
••«•••••• 




Hocking ~ 






2 
1 


2 
... .».. 




Holmes 








1 
1 




Huron 


2 

"V 

1 


2 






Jackson 








JetTerson.. 




8 

1 


6 








Knox 






2 


1 
1 






Lake ^ 




2 


8 






Iiawren«e,,,„.„^-^ ^ 








7 
8 
8 

"l5" 


1 
2 

1 

6 
1 
2 
2 






Licking 


• •••• ••• 

2 
1 
6 






1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
8 


9 


1 






Locan 


1 


2 

1 
2 






Lorain „ 


2 

8 

1 

15 


1 
4 






Lucas 




2 




Madison 






Mahonlns 








2 
4 

2 


2 

1 
1 






Marlon 












Medina. 








2 

1 

8 

.. ..^... 

17 




MelKS 












Mercer 


1 
1 






1 
8 




1 
1 


1 


2 




Miami 


1 




1 














MonUcomery» 


6 


2 


8 


8 


10 

1 


2 
1 


6 


1 


6 


Morgan ...*.. 




Morrow »........» 


• ••• •••• 






1 . 

1 

8 


1 
8 


••»••• ••• 






Muskingum ............. ......,t, 










Noble...:. 








""2" 


•••••• ••• 




••• «••••• 



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DivaKCB SXATiBna— CouUuiud. 





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1 

1 


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s 

1 


i 
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1 

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1 


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1 

1 


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1 


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1 






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... 




1 

I 

« 


I 

....... 


i 
1 

1! 






1 

1 






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448 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0RETABT OF STATE. 



DivoRCK STATiSTiGa— Continued. 













Cause: Drunkenness. 


1 








Counties. 


.9 
M 

9 

1 

3 

9 

a 

B 

9 

a 

I 


Number suits brought by hus- 
band. 


i 
I 

9 

a 

9 

00 

i 

s 

9 
S5 


Granted when brought by hus- 
band. 


Refused when brought by hus- 
band. 


.9 

to 

9 

2 

9 
9 

1 


1 

9 
9 


S 

•9 

a 

s. 

a 

9 

a 

u 
% 

s 

9 

.52; 


Number wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


Number wherein question of 
custody of children was raised. 


1 


9 

e 

2 

o 


t 

S 

s 

1 

2 
o 


Adams 


























Allen 


7 
8 
9 

1 




7 
8 
9 

1 






8 


8 
8 
1 
1 


1 


2 


1 
1 
1 




1 


Ashland 








1 


Ashtabula - 








8 


5 






1 


Athens 












Auglaize 

Belmont 


6* 




6 






'4" 




2' 




'8* 




8 


Brown ■ 










• 






Butler 


7 




7 






6 




1 










Carroll 


















ChamDaiffn 


6 

5 

2* 

8 

2 

2 

8 
50 

6 

1 
10 

6 

11 
2 




5 
5 
2 
8 

1 
2 
8 

46 
5 
1 

10 
5 
1 
1 

10 
1 
1 
1 

2 






2 
8 




8 




1 

a 


•••»•**•• 

••«•••••• 


1 


Clarke 








2 

1 


2 


Clermont. t 








1 
2 

1 






Cllnlon 








1 
1 
2 
4 

80 
4 










Columbiana ~ 


1 






••• •••••« 




1 

2 

1 

26 




1 


Coshooton 










2 


Crawford ^ 






1 


*i" 

12 


8 
11 

1 


"'W 




4 


Cuyahoga ~ 

Darke 


18 


5 


8 


20 
2 


Defiance 








1 

5 
4 










Delaware^ 








8 

1 
1 
1 
8 

1 
1 

1 


2 


1 








Erie 


1 




1 


1 

r 




1 


Fairfield 






1 
1 

2 
1 


••• •••••• 




Fayette 








1 


Franklin 


1 






1 


...... 




1 


Fulton ~ 






1 




1 


Gallia 
















(ieaunk. 













1 


1 
1 




1 


Greene. ~ 






1 


1 




Guernsey 


•••...... 














Hamilton « 


146 
8 
8 


40 


106 
8 
8 


1 




18 
1 


1 


181 
2 




2 
• 1 




2 


Hancock ~ 




1 




1 


Hardin 






1 






Harrison.. 


















Henrv 


1 
2 
4 

8 

4 
1 
8 
2 
8 
1 
7 
1 

18 
28 
1 
8 
7 
1 
2 
1 




1 
2 
8 
2 
4 
1 
5 
2 
8 
1 
4 
1 

11 
18 
1 
8 
7 
1 
2 
1 








1 
1 
1 
2 

1 












Highland 


1 
1 








1 










Hockinsr. 


1 




2 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Holmes 




1 
8 

1 




Huron 










1 




1 


Jackson ....• 
















JefTerson 


8 


1 


2 


2 

1 


8 

1 
2 




2 

1 


1 


1 


Knox 






1 


Lake 








1 








1 .n.«rrAnnA 








1 
2 
1 
6 
16 










Licking 


8 








6 


2 






2 


TjOffan 














Loral [k 


2 
6 




2 


1 


4 
6 

1 
1 
2 


2 
2 


7 
6 




4 


Lucas ~ 


1 




6 


Madison 








Mahoninir 






8 


4 

6 

2 




8 

1 




3 


Marlon ^ 








T' 




1 


Medina 








1 






Meigs. „ 

Mercer 
















>•••••••• 1 




1 , 




1 


1 , 


•••••••• 4 




Miami. ~ 










Monroe *. 


1 
18 

1 
2 




1 , 
16 

1 . 

2 . 




•«•••••• 


1 . 
6 

1 






1 . 
1 








Montgomery 


2 


5 
2 . 


6 


1 . 




I 


]LfnnrA.n .* 




••••••■ • 




Mf^rrow^ •••••• • 










Muskingum 


• ••••••••Ji 


• •••»••• ••••••••«! 4 


•••••••• I 


••«•*•»• < 


•...••■• . 


•••••••• « 


••••«•• • 





JUDICIAL BTATmnca. 



449 



DrvoRCB 8tati8tic»— Contlnaed. 





Caoee: Dronkenneei. 


Gonntlee. 


I 



• 

u 
i 

a 


n 

K 

a 

a 

a 


• 

o 

1 


ua 

1 

fl 
« 

k 


4 



•A 
;3 
M 


£ 

fl 
« 

A 

k 


• 

k 

f 
1 

8 

k 


when bronght by wife. 


It 

a 

1 

• 

• 


If amber wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


wherein qneetlon of 
of children was raised. 


i 
s 

a 


• 

u 
• 

8 



i 

-ft 




9 
fl 


H 


u 


^1 


^^ 


s 


1 


u 

i 


^t 


i 


i 






z 


B 




3 


^1 


i 


I 


I 


El 


s 


s 
6 


Noble - 


1 




1 










I 










Ottawa 


2 


••• »«•••• 


2 






2 






1 


2 




9 


pBoIdlng 


4 




i 








i" 




2 


2 




9 


Perry M » 


4 




A 








1 


1 


1 


9 




1 


Pickaway 


««•••••• 


••••••««« 




• •«•••«•• 


•••••*•• 


•••••••»• 


••••••••« 


»•••••■•* 




•«••••••• 


••••••••■ 


— » w><« 


Pike 


1 




1 




















^^g_ _A ^ ^^ 


10 




10 








4 


s 


1 


8 




8 


Preble iZl'^'ZZZ^'^Z 


2 


•■•••••ft. 


2 


••••••••• 


••• •••••• 




••••••••• 


1 


••••*•••• 


••••*•••• 




»»•—•••■ 


Putnam 


























Richland 


J 


2 


2 

•••••••«< 


••• •••«• 

•■••••«•• 


•••••*«•• 






2 


••••••••• 

••••••«•« 




— — —*• 

•*••••••• 


9 


Rom 




.«»»■.■■. 


ttondiuky 

Bctoto. 


' 




9 






m 


4 


1 


s 


4 




4 


























Heoeca 


6 




6 










1 


1 




1 


1 


Bhrlby » 












••>•• •*• 


i 


•••••• ••• 

4 


•••••• •.*• 


••••*•••« 






HUrk 


12 




12 




1 






Hammlt 


10 
15 


•••••• •• 


10 

16 

4 








2 


2 
8 
2 
2 


4 
4 


8 
8 


•*••• • ••• 


•• ••• »*• 


9 


Trumbull 






9 


Tnvcerawai 










Tnlon . 


1 






6 


•««••• *•• 


2 


9 


Van Wert...... 


1 , 


1 




i 










1 








Vinton 


























Warr»n 


2 ' 




2 










2 




2 






Washington 


2 




2 


* 




1 




1 




1 




1 


Wayne 


i 




4 






8 




1 


•••••• »*« 


a 




9 


Williams 






•••••ft ••• 




Wood 


8 
8 




8 
8 






8 

1 




i' 


•••»•■ »•• 




Wyandot ^ 








••■ • • > *« 


........ 










Total* ..,.„ 


685 


77 


468 


a 


7 


18B 


96 


M9 


40 


94 


• 


is 



2988 



n 



450 



ANNUAL REPOBT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



DivoBCE STATisncs-^Contlnued. 



* 


Cause: Fraud. 


* 

Ck>untle8. 


1 
1 

5 

.0 

■ 

s 
a 





1 


Number suits brought by hus- 
band. 


• 

s 
1 

o 

m 
1 

a 




Granted when brought by hus- 
band. 


Refused when brought by hus- 
band. 


Si 
M 



8 

a 

a 
t 


i 

A 
M 

I 

n 
n 

1 


• 

a 

a 

& 
1 

2 



• 

s 

a ' 




Number wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


Number wherpln question of 
custody of children was raised. 


JS 

5 

a 

a 
2 


s 

s 
s 

s 

.0 
U 


Adams 

Allen 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens 

Auglaize ~ 

jSelmont ....•••••...•»».»«.••••••••• 

Brown 


1 


"T" 






•>•••*••■ 










• •••••••• 


••••*••«• 
••••••%•• 

•••«•••.• 




*"'i" 


••#•••••• 




•••••.«•• 
»••••#«.• 












ouUcr • 

Carroll — . 

Champaign 


"T" 

3 


"T" 
2 




' T 




•«••••••• 






u 


•»••••••• 


••••••••• 


#•«••••»• 


V/t»rKc ,...»•....•.•.•••♦ 


••••••««• 

*"i*" 


2 








1 








i/ierinouii. • 

Clinton « 

Columbiana 

Coshocton..... 


*"T" 




••••••••• 


•••••».•• 






•••«•■••• 




•»• •••••• 










••••••••• 




8 

1 


7 

1 


1 




2 


8 


2 


1 


3 


»*•••.«•• 




*•••••••• 




1 


••••*.•#■ 


T\a A A. r% tf^A 


















•••••••*• 




1 


1 






1 
















KrlA 


















Fairfield 

Fayette.. « 

Franklin ......•..«••••....•.•..••. 


3 
........ 


1 
2 


1 
....J.... 




1 


1 
1 






1 


1 




1 






"**7"* 




•••••••«• 






.*••••.•• 


Gallia 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey •.. 

TlA.mlltmi ............. 


........ 

"is" 
1 


••••«.«•• 

••••«•••• 


'2*' 


••••••4a« 




1 


•«•••••»• 




........ 

••••••••• 








1 








"W 
1 


#•••••••• 


'...*.. 


•••••••f* 


Hancock 

Hardin 

fT.rrifton . ....- 
















••••••••* 




•••• ••«• 








••••«••«• 
•••••••«« 


Henry « 

Highland.. 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson.... 


1 




1 


••••■•••• 


••••••••• 




*'* 1 * 


•»•••• ••• 


••••••••• 

••••••••• 




•••• 


Knox - 

T^kA 








1 


••••«•••• 


•••••••«■ 


••*•••!•• 


»•«»•»••• 














Y.A.vrf>pnAA ^^^^. ....... 


























AJBbWldlW . ..M..... ••...••. ..»...• 

TJrklnir 


























T^tvrtLn ............. 


1 

3 

••••••••• 


........ 


1 
1 






1 














Lorain 

Lucas 




1 

••V •••••• 




1 










........ 




••••••••• 

••s 




•••••••«• 


Mahoning 

Marion «.. 

Medina 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 


1 


1 

•••• •••■ 




•••««••*• 


•••»••••• 


•••••••'• 

•*••••«•• 


TUtg\mtwaty 


























juorg»UM..........*M«..*...M.*....«. 












.•..••.•• 












••••m—9% 


Muskinguin «....•••.«»•••»»•...• 

NQuieM.****.*.*»*..»»»***MM**..*>*... 


•••••• ••• 


•••••« *•• 






•••••• ••• 








•••••••■• 




• «••««*«• 





JUDICIAL STATIBTIGB. 



451 



DiTOBCB STATISTICB-Contlnued. 





Cause: Fraud. 


Ooontfes. 


a 
1 

1 
s 

c 

I 


Number inlU brought by hus- 
band. 


n 

9 

a 
s 

"3 

1 

o 
2 


Granted when brought by hus- 
band. 


Refused when brought by hus- 
band. 


M 

9 

1 

a 
e 

1 

a 


f 

1 

a 
o 
Si 

1 

2 


o 

fl 
& 

« 
ft* 

2 

8 




Number wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


Number wherein question of 
custody of children was raised. 


5 
4! 

S 

c 

It 



e 

2 

i 


1 

s 

e 
o 



e 

i 


Ottawa 

Paulding 














• •••••**' • »•• 


••••*••«* 


♦• ♦ 















^....... 
















1 


PlelLNway .... .« 














1 


Pike- «. 




















\ 


Portage. m. « 

Preble 

Pntnam 










> ■ • • •• •• * 








•-•••«• »•« 




»««••• ••• 


.*• •*••• 


IU«bland X . 


8 


1 


2 






1 




2 






■ 


Boss 














1 


1 






1 


«•»•••••« 


•••■••••« 


••■••••• 




Scioto 








Ilenec«...» 




1 















»••••• ««« 


1 


Shelby .„ 






















Stark 












•«•««• •'• 








1 


Summit ..L...X........ XX 


s 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 


2 

1 
1 

""i" 


1 
1 

"i" 

"i" 




1 




'""i"' 

2 










Trumbull « 


•«•••• ••• 






••••• •>> 


1 








Union « 


1 










Van Wert.„ 


1 














Vinton .» 




1 






.»»««• ••* 






Warrsn. 










Washington 


. ' 












1 


Wayne !««. 


1 


1 




1 
















wiftimnfl 




•«*•• ••• 


•••«•« **» 




•*•••« •• 


A 




Wood. 

WyMldot...... 












■ 
















8 


81 








Totals 


<1 


88 


28 


6 


10 


u 


6 1 





1 



I 



AKNUAI. BEPOKT SECRETABT OF 8TATB. 
Divorce Statistics— Cod tinned. 



JUDICIAL BTATI6TIC8. 



453 



Divorce Statistics— Continued. 





All other causes. 


• 

Counties. 


M 
9 

£ 

9 

■ 

u 

s 

9 

a 

3 


4 

9 
9 

8 

3 

9 

• 

9£ 

2 


k 

•*• 

f 

2 

3 

9 

a 

i 

6 

9 

as 


Granted when brought by hus- 
* band. 


Refused when brought by hus- 
band. 


i 

>% 

M 

9 

2 

c 
« 

k 

Si 

s 

1! 

o 


k 

&• 

9 

2 



k 

S 


Number suits still pending. 


Number wherein alimony was 
allowed wife. 


Number wherein question of 
custody of children was raised. 


s 

a 
it 

It 
a 
£ 


C 

9 
JS 

o 
6 

S 

e 
e 

► 

It 
i 


Ottawa „ 


















1 




Pi^Mlpg 


1 . _ 





p 






1 


Perry ....T ' ' 





* 1 






) 


f 


Ptekaway 1 2 

Ptke „ , 




s 






1 


1 




1 







_, 












Portage 

Preble 


" ry* i" 


• ••«•■•• 




......... 












1 

1 


pQtnam 


1 












1 


fUchlaod 


1 i 














Boss 


:::::::::i:::::::::!::::::::: ::::::::!::::::::: 












„., 1 


Sandusky 


2 




2 

1 




1 


........ 


■ "i ■ :.:•:•■;; 






Hdoto « 


1 









1 


Seneoik 












...,,... ' ....... 


' 


Hbelby , 


2 




2 


1 : 


2 


1 !., ,, , 


2 


. 9 


Stark 


1 i 


1 




! \ ' ■ 






Hammit 


4 
I 
1 
4 




■'4 
1 






4 




) 






Tmmbull 


,,., . 


, 1 


1 


1 _. 






Tuscarawas 




1 
4 


1 


} 

• 







1 






Tnlon 




, 


"T i 




Van Wert 


IB 


1 


12 


i" 




2 


1 


S ! 2 




2 


Vlnlon „ 








t 




Warren 


10 


"■•r"'"**9" 


1 
1 


^ 


4 


1 


« t ^ 


4 


••••••«•« 


I 


Washington 


1 


1 









Wayne » 


1 1 




i. !..!....!....; ,.."'. 








Winiams 


1 1 

■ "ii ft" 




1 


I ; 


1 


1 


........ 


1 


Wood _ t 

Wyandot « 


10 


1 

1 i io 

1 


• *««•*•• • 


1 


•»••••••• 


4 








**•■) 


1 


Trrtals^. .. . 


194 


50 


135 


IS 


6 


61 1 lit 1 07 


7 


21 


4 

1 


22 






1 







454 



ANNUAL REPORT 8BCRETART OF STATE. 



DiYOBCK Statistics — Ck>iitinued. 





1 


1 


i 


^1 


Goonties. 


1- 
fe-a 

-2 g 


2 


1 


H 




s§ 


a^ 




si 




P'fi 


g| 


So 


tt 




«5 


9 


"a 




3 '3 


3 2 


Is 


11 




H 


H 


H 


H 


Adftms........... 


10 
36 
30 
111 
12 
16 


5 

21 

16 

56 

6 

9 


1 
8 
10 
20 
3 
7 


4 


Allen 


7 


Ashland 


4 


Ashtabula 


35 


Athens 


3 


Anglaue « 




Belmont 


42 
25 
48 
6 
47 


23 
12 
24 
5 
14 


7 

7 

1 


12 


Brown^ 


6 


Batler.M ;.... 


23 


GaiToU.. 


1 


ChamDaiffn 


5 


28 


Clarke 


66 
46 
54 
49 
19 
35 
385 


33 
17 
18 
22 
14 
20 
209 


16 

10 

14 

6 

1 

5 

108 


17 


Clermont. 


19 


Clinton 


22 


Columbiana 


21 


Coshocton 


4 


Crawford 


10 


Cuvahoflra 


68 


Darke « 


65 
27 
41 
43 
26 
28 


42 
17 
11 
21 
16 
8 


11 

2 

18 

18 

7 

3 


12 


Defiance « 


8 


Delaware 


12 


Erie 


4 


Fairfield « 


3 


Fayette 


17 


Franklin ,. 


193 


86 


IS 


94 


Fulton « 


20 


13 


2 


5 


Gallia - 


20 
22 


14 
17 


4 
3 


2 


Geauga , 


2 


Greene « 


45 


22 


4 


19 


Guernsey 


18 


10 


3 


5 


Hamilton » 


1,000 


144 


23 


833 


Hancock 


31 

28 


17 
21 


3 

5 


11 


Hardin.. 


2 


Harrison ^ 


6 
8 


2 
6 


3 

1 


1 


Henry « 

Highland 


1 


26 


14 


7 


5 


Hocking 


27 


10 


11 


6 


Holmes 


16 


8 


4 


4 


Huron « 


34 


20 


2 


12 


Jackson.... ~ 


18 


11 


3 


4 


Jefferson 


59 


23 


17 


19 


Knox 


28 
30 


15 
6 


4 
6 


9 


Lake » 


18 


Lawrence 


41 


31 


3 


7 


Licking » 


54 


15 


6 


33 


Logan „ 


44 


25 


10 


9 


Lorain... .• 


41 


21 


9 


11 




158 


97 


9 


52 


Madison 


11 


7 


1 


3 



J 



JUDIOIAL BTATI8TICB. 



466 



Divorce Btatisticb— Ck>iiclQded. 



Counties. 



Hahoning 

Marion 

Medinm 

Meigs 

Mercer^ 

Miftuii M 

Monroe , 

Montgomery.. 

Morgan 

Morrow •» 

Muskingum .. 

Noble 

OlUwa.. 

PmuMing 

P^mr 

Pickaway 

Pike..... 

Portage 

Preble .« 

Pntnam 

Ri'hlonl 



SanHnakj 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Sbelbjr 

Stark 

Sommit... 

Trnmbnll , 

Tn^'^rawaa .... 

Unioo... 

Van Wert 

Vinton.. 

Warren.... 

Waahington 

Wayne 

vvuiuuua. 

Wood 

Wrnndot 

Totals.. 



I 

1^ 



75 
41 
16 
14 
13 
26 
16 
176 
18 
19 
25 
8 
23 
27 
29 
21 
23 
51 
25 
12 
48 
31 
47 
26 
32 
12 
95 
73 
74 
36 
46 
42 
16 
30 
33 
48 
15 
36 
28 

4,671 



I 

B 



IB 



5 



17 

16 

9 

7 

4 

19 

6 

66 

4 

10 

9 

6 

11 

16 

12 

10 

14 

20 

14 

10 

34 

14 

25 

13 

25 

8 

70 

29 

12 

16 

12 

25 

10 

13 

18 

22 

9 

29 

17 

1,965 



20 

15 

2 

4 



41 
2 
5 
3 



8 

8 

5 

6 

4 

16 

3 

2 

4 

5 

11 

10 

1 

1 

6 

22 

85 

14 

9 

7 

1 

5 

9 

8 

2 

1 

1 

746 



38 

10 

5 

8 

9 
5 

6 

79 

IS 

4 

IS 

2* 

4 

S 

IS 

5 

5 

15 

8 



la 

IS 

11 

8 

6 

8 

19 



27 

6 

25 

10 
5 

IS 
6 

IS 
4 
6 

10 

1.900 



^m 



AKIIDAL BEFOBT BEOBBTABY OF BTATS. 

■«ia.u4.K jj- g- g- g- gf g- 5- g 

I S S I t 6 I 



Si 



8=3 



W 

am 

PSZ 













s 1 1 8 1 












88881 



11 
s9 


■8JIM paitnuo 


- " 2 2 " » " 


■pnnqanti pajnoio 


•9JIM paiuMO 
jqflnq paimuo 




O « 00 « 




- " •» - 


ii 


■ajiii painwo 


? S E S S S 


S s S S 


■poBqenq pa»nwo 


a 


a a ^ a 


& 


■sjiM p»}nw9 


S 5E S 3 S S " 


1 S 1 S 


■poBqeoq pajnaio 


S 


S S 2 S 


w 


■ajiM p»inw9 


230 

304 

417 

366 

460 

451 
139 306 
124 319 
154 355 
161 369 
185 420 


■pirequnn peiuwo 


1 

1 


■sjiii pfftawg 


254 

389 

317 

233 

249 

267 
127 160 
106 129 
139 126 

160 119 

161 143 


•ptwqsnq painwa 




1 






1 






1 


I 


1 


1 


i 


1 
J 



JUDICIAL BTATISnCS. 



457 






? 



a C« CI 00 CO 

Sd eo 5j ^^ t? 



04 



»C CD 



M 



i 



s 

o 



i-» 55 •* 

«^ «^ 4^ 

w^ J^ f^ 






§ 



$28 

•^ lO lO 



« 



m 



eo 



s 



s 






I 
s 



r. 

X 



00 o¥ CO 



CI M eo 



^ »o 



S; S S 



CO ^ 



A 

S 



S SJ 2 



OD 



0» 



00 



00 



s s »^ 



s s s 






i 



s 

8 

e 

o 

■ 

3 

a 
S * 

i I 

f i 

ii 

a t* 
« s 

I 8. 

S 2 
8 a 

8 8 

t u 

e a 

e ' 

3 i 
* a 

5 I 
s « 



i 



E5 

m 

r 



! 



458 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8BUBETAKT OF 8TATB. 



CIVIL JUDGMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1883. 



CountieB. 



Adams ^ 

AUen^ 

Ashland 

Ashtabula ... 

Athens.. 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

Butler 

Carroll 

Champaign .. 

Clarke 

Clermont.... 

Clinton 

Columbiana 
Coshocton .., 

Crawford 

Cuyahoga ... 

Darke 

Defiance 

Delaware 

Erie 

Fairfield ..... 

Fayette 

Franklm «.., 

Fulton 

Gallia 

Geausa 

Greene 

Guernsey.... 
Hamilton .... 
Hancock...... 

Hardin 

Harrison .... 

Henry 

Highland.... 

Hocking 

Holmes 

Huron.. 

Jackson ...... 

Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake 

Lawrence.... 

Licking 

Logan.. 

Lorain.. 

Lucas 



a 
S 

1 


g 


in which 
ded. 


1 


1 

"S 


\ 


.^^ 


3 


9^ 




4* 


m 


u 


a 


!'§ 


tfrt 


3 


'O 


otal numbe 
rendered. 


1 
a 


1^ 


1 


verage amo 
judgment 




H 


^ 





5 


< 


» 


127 


65 


62 


$2,865 


$225 


48 


2v^3 


171 


46 


68,516 


316- 


76 


123 


95 


28 


65,026 


529 


16 


91 


64 


27 


67,759 


745 


26 


108 


55 


53 


93,916 


870 


41 


156 


66 


62 


28,165 


427 


28 


226 


170 


55 


118,456 


620 


85 


165 


147 


18 


49,335 


253 


80 


369 


229 


140 


268,430 


1,172 


140 


47 


28 




20,804 
63,586 


743 


48 


299 


91 


208 


213 


313 


332 


276 


56 


77,936 


235 


156 


130 


52 


78 


116,284 


894 


48 


57 


41 


16 


61,461 


1,078 


219 


67 


40 


27 


35,640 


631 


81 


75 


34 


8 


32,705 


779 


33 


147 


94 


60 


53,885 


278 


69 


690 


381 


209 


982,611 


1,665 


224 


328 


161 


19 


69,983 


333 


92 


186 


115 


28 


53,623 


376 


43 


170 


150 


20 


110,500 


650 


55 


104 


69 


31 


38,647 


373 


41 


79 


49 


30 


46,071 


583 


45 


174 


147 




58,031 
537,042 


334 


27 


732 


649 


83 


734 


268 


172 


131 


41 


27,432 


159 


37 


137 


94 


33 


61,245 


440 




32 


21 


n 


4,896 


163 


5 


197 


165 


32 


50,145 


254 


103 


65 


54 


11 


29,412 


452 


47 


1,773 


638 


375 


1,938,436 


1,921 


346 


301 


207 


94 


72,435 


246 


55 


245 


75 


50 


68,370 


556 


120 


45 


13 


32 


30,441 


676 


26 


284 


169 


115 


74,446 


262 


115 


73 


32 


41 


45,191 


619 


68 


40 


29 


11 


18,063 


462 


10 


65 


45 


20 


22,698 


348 


15 


74 


57 


17 


68,643 


928 


42 


202 


116 


86 


103,981 


514 


24 


159 


100 


59 


112,566 


703 


86 


246 


95 


150 


69,680 


284 


43 


36 


15 


21 


153,033 


4,251 


26 


186 


117 


69 


70,120 


378 


145 


276 


238 


38 


105,432 


382 


72 


142 


91 


51 


78,882 


556 


847 


120 


61 


2 


62,768 


440 


57 


1,420 


285 


1,135 


467,801 


329 


167 



JUDICIAL 8TATI8TI08. 



469 



CivUi JuDOMBMTS — Continued. 



Cooaties. 



Midiaon 

Mahoning.. 

MArion 

Medina 

MdgB. 

MOToer.....M.. •••.. 

MiamL 

Monroe 

Montgomeiy 

5!?2^ 

JiOITOW « 

Mneklngnm 

Noble 

Ottawa 

FlMilding. 

IViijp... ••• ,„». 

Ptckawaj - 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble ^ 

PnUuun 

Bkhland « 

Bom 

8andnak7 

Seioco .• 

sbeibT I!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.* 

Stark:. 

Svmmit „ 

l^nmbnll ^..^. 

Union ^ 

Van Wert 

Vinlon «, 

Warren — 

Waihington 

Wimie «. 

WiOiama 

Wood « 

Wyandot 

Total! 



I 
I 



I, 
11 

1^ 



87 

190 

66 

80 

82 

58 

209 

28 

687 

72 

137 

128 

62 

207 



140 
515 

60 
154 

63 
214 
138 
280 
100 
140 
166 
141 
154 
163 
190 

97 
230 
203 

27 

87 
249 
115 

39 
100 
109 



17,534 



• 


•S 


§ 




^ 


a-i 


a 


-.•O 


1 


• 


m . 


S.S 


^ 


&^ 



i 



59 
76 
48 
19 
67 
50 

132 
21 

218 
60 
47 
89 
42 
63 

100 
90 

341 
46 
78 
37 

159 

107 
76 
48 
69 
66 
55 

123 
94 

143 
51 
77 
77 
18 
71 

138 
91 
19 
61 
60 



a ^ 

it 



9,468 



47 
13 
39 
15 
8 



7 
474 
12 
52 
34 
10 
47 
31 
50 
174 
14 
15 
26 
55 
31 



52 
71 
17 
46 



60 

47 

36 

106 

126 

9 

17 

73 

24 

20 

68 

40 



5,842 



§ 

Q 



3» 



$158,885 

138,497 

21,319 

20,374 

240,696 

22,486 

75,580 

15,432 

221,442 

6,946 

31,270 

67,044 

26,900 

45,027 

31,517 

240,800 

259,695 

14,194 

32,382 

25,443 

91,427 

84,947 

94,715 

40,293 

70,572 

61,771 

76,154 

ia%094 

166,515 

182,014 

50,994 

48,700 

36,385 

10,063 

64.188 

18,901 

72,W9 

19,566 

82,143 

34,294 



$10,052,116 




$1,826 

1,126 

323 

350 

2,935 

388 

573 

551 

322 

96 

316 

545 

640 

409 

315 

1,720 

762 

236 

JM8 

404 

427 

616 

1,246 

408 

504 

744 

540 

1,189 

1,022 

958 

526 

206 

179 

373 

738 

76 

6*><i 

5fte 

652 
315 



'S 



$56,248 



^1 



28 

114 
36 
22 
22 
28 

137 

5 

96 

14 

104 
91 
43 
97 

106 
96 
21 
26 
61 
26 
51 
58 
68 
46 
69 
61 
40 
31 
79 
64 
56 
47 

136 
20 
42 
38 
63 
20 
84 
97 

6,520 



460^ 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OP STATE. 



FINES, COSTS. AND FORFEITED RECOGNIZANCES IN CRIMINAL CASES, FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1888. 



Countiet. 



•*«•••••»«•• 



• •••••• ••• 



AQttmS. ~.^. 

Allen 

Ashland ^.. 

Ashtabula ..„.. 

Athens 

Aagialze 

Belmont. „. 

Brown. 
BaUer. 
Carroll ........ 

Charapaini . 
Clarke....:..... 

Clermont..... 

Clinton.. 

Colnmblana 
Coshocton .. 
Crawford .... 
Cuyahoga 

rr*£*" • *•• • M.. 

Defiance ., 

Delaware „ ""** 

Erie 

Fairfield 

Fayette J. 

Franklin .. ^ J"] 

Fulton .... 

GhiUla 

Geauga.... 

Greene.... 

Guernsey. 

Hamilton 

Hancock.... 

Hardin... 

Harrison. 

Hennr 

Highland 
Hocking . 
Holmes... 

^~**f ** •••••••••.•••.M..»... ...... 

Jackson. 
Jefferson 

Knox 

Lake : 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Lorain. 

Lucas -. 

Madison .V.. 
Mahoning.. 

Marlon 

Medina 

nOlgSi. .....«»*,».„,; 

Mercer. 

Miami 

Monroe „, 

Montgomery. 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum . 
Noble..... 



■••••«* ••••••••••••••• 



••••«••••••••••••••• 



•••••••••••••••a 



1151 

606 

15 

2,165 
295 
230 

A,7Q6 
118 
165 
840 
558 

1,850 
431 
303 

2,815 

546 

85 

280 

1,981 

36 

185 

205 

80 

2,400 
215 
280 
201 
135 
436 

2,155 

8,910 
80 
121 
2B5 
813 
382 
644 
148 
460 

X,134 

1,271 
310 



529 
569 

1,240 

985 

25 

115 

2,766 
140 

1,086 

*778- 

106 

8,686 

1,780 
542 
516 
102 
968 
840 



Fines. 



I 
I 
I 

■*» 
a 
s 
o 

a 

< 



58 
55 

127 
160 
177 
671 



3 
I 

mm 

o 

>» 

mm 

Si 



s 
o 

a 
< 



•67 

220 

15 


200 


2,165 




172 




140 

1,885 

45 

60 

340 


5 

900 

60 

SO 


518 

1,380 

396 


"' 15" 
100 


288 
1,489 


10 


390 
20 


133 


25 




1,466 
15 


420 


10 
135 


150 


30 
405 
110 
230 


5 

1.O00 
5 


60 

70 

121 


' lis' 

15 


1,874 


6 



26 

66 

80 

5 

160 



53 




460 




407 

846 

235 

60 


176 

111 

25 


454 




29 


90 


481 


176 


115 




1,884 
140 


667 


915 




668 
15 


-10 


471 

1,675 

75 


615 

K5 


190 




82 
250 
230 


20 
85 



Coste. 



M 
S 

5 
o 

mm 

s 



8272 

2,887 

864 

1,460 

217 

1,484 

2,684 

2,738 

594 

846 

8,571 

5,433 

2,375 

2,496 

2,941 

1,579 

1,490 

8,649 

4,875 

1,249 

5,394 

2.762 

113 

1,456 

4.703 

612 

240 

410 

2,561 

1,881 

6,207 

199 

258 

506 

790 

2,821 

2,803 

1,200 

673 

3,551 

Mrs 

604 
593 

8,940 
735 

2,854 

1,710 

1,668 
647 

6,787 
628 
713 
427 
822 

7,609 
630 

6,103 
754 
937 

2,060 
390 



8272 
2,057 



1,460 

217 

469 

2,300 

1,760 

396 

826 

1,317 

4,818 

2,200 

2,311 

2,338 

949 

526 

6,393 

4,840 

421 

305 

1,067 

113 

987 

8,810 

612 

240 

242 



883 

6,207 

199 

253 

505 

828 

691 

1,622 

600 

158 

2,148 

604 
251 

1,801 
431 

2,854 

1,151 

1,480 
647 

6,468 
671 
554 
427 
216 

7,609 
630 

1,717 
754 
495 

1,155 
890 



6 

a 

2 






a 

Ofl 

< 



S107 
618 



1,460 

177 

259 

506 

58 



799 
371 
690 
198 
839 
1,388 
234 
249 
845 
990 

52 
282 
649 

82 
632 
254 
146 

20 
184 
748 
631 
319 
199 
106 
238 
168 
203 
1,871 

72 

80 

1,664 

277 

122 

66 

636 

148 

1,619 

276 



292 

1,654 

168 

554 

881 

7 

4,770 

469 

288 

294 

188 

62 

128 



Forfeited recogni- 
sances. 



i 
I 

o 



a 



1200 
400 
500 
700 



300 



800 
450 
400 



6,600 

2,000 

600 



100 
100 



2,600 



910 

61 

8,600 

150 



400 
700 
900 
42 
800 



2S0 



200 
'600 



300 
860 
100 



200 



600 



1 


6 

3 


s 


S 


8 


1 


«> 


•t» 


a 


a 


a 


a 


o 





a 


a 


< 


< 



8200 
400 



100 
26 



1,700 



70 



100 



260 



600 



•500 



200 



4,600 
800 



100 



2,000 



130 
100 



160 



700 
200 



20 



80 
'600 



200 



JUDICIAL 6TATISTICB. 



461 



Fiirxs, Costs, amd Forpeited Rbcook ikam ces in Criminal Cases.— Concluded. 



Counties. 



Fines. 



Ottawa 

Paulding , 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble. 

Putnam 

Kichland~ 

Ross. 

HanduBky 

Bcloto.^ 

Beneca.. 

Shelby 

Btark 

Bummit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawoti.. 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Wa<^bington. 

Wayne 

W^llams 

Wood 

Wyandot. 



Totals 



15 
252 
f 182 
185 
445 
1,004 
225 
180 

e7 

260 

278 

8,040 

205 

1,081 

254 

530 

255 

790 

845 

410 

432 

620 

52» 

478 

67 

80 

70 

160,840 



8 

-•* 

a 

9 

o 

6 
< 



10 



58 
15 
806 
258 
180 
110 
52 



88 

2,088 

65 

911 

78 

270 

244 

670 

152 

100 

111 

245 

120 

888 

49 

80 

20 

181,000 






s 

a 

-»» 

Q 
9 



5 
115 

• •••••< 

75 
20 
200 
45 
50 



20 

85 

800 



96 
23 



66 



510 
25 



199 
45 



25 
17,482 



Costs. 






3 

O 
H 



874 
279 
776 
2,689 
979 
801 
788 
1,809 
292 
8,804 
5,085 
2,404 
4,447 
1,424 
6,707 
2,075 
4,846 
847 
1,780 
1,664 
1,759 
1,666 
2,882 
2,417 
860 
8,388 
284 

|181,7M 






f 

M 

S« 
9*0 
Ofl 

< 



8,400 
279 
419 
1,639 
286 
88 
785 
1,475 
92 
674 
5,045 
2,404 
4,447 
1,424 
5,089 
1,545 
4,871 
48 
1,275 
1,181 
1,689 
441 
2,819 
1,603 
800 
1,297 
1,777 

1135,629 






% 

^* 

Zi 

OP 

< 



48 
71 
50 
272 
167 
126 
292 

8j3 
182 
l,fa02 
287 
440 
182 

80 
946 

92 

26 
281 

87 
145 
208 
288 
108 



Forfeited recogni- 
sances. 



16 
134,671 



a 

a 

9 

o 

a 

< 



800 
6 



60 



I 

I 
1 

a 

9 

o 

a 
< 



800 
278 



o 

a 

9 

o 

a 
< 



8,000 



21 
600 



100 



600 
200 
400 
200 



1,800 
100 



25 



6 

• ••■ 

60 



2,000 



.200 



200 
200 



186,040 



100 



200 
200 



1,100 



92,488 



118,486 



462 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



ATTORNEY'S FEES IN CRIMINAL CASES PAID BY COUNTIES, FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1883, AS REPORTED BY COUNTY AUDITORS. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Allen » 

Ashland 

Ashtabula 

Athens » 

Auglaize 

Belmont 

Brown 

BuUer^ 

Carroll 

Champaign .... 

Clarke 

Clermont....... 

Clinton 

Columbiana ... 
Coshocton . ... . 
Crawford....... 

Cuyahoga 

Darke » 

Defiance 

Delaware ....... 

Erie« 

Fairfield 

Fayette « 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallia.. 

Geauga 

Greene... 

Guernsey ...... 

Hamilton ...... 

Hancock 

Hardin... 

Harrison 

Henry 

Highland 

Hoddng.. 

Holmes 

Huron 

Jackson.. 

Jefferson 

Elnox... 

Lake , 

Lawrence 



..... .....* 



B 

d 



2 

12 

5 

10 

14 

2 

9 

7 

12 
1 
5 
17 
8 
6 
5 
7 
3 



10 



4 
13 
10 

1 
24 

6 
14 



21 
3 

56 
5 
9 
5 
5 
5 

14 
6 
2 

17 
6 
1 
3 
8 



I 

a 
§ 

a 



$40 00 
420 00 
210 00 
841 00 
290 00 

60 00 
370 00 
315 00 
345 00 

30 00 
125 00 
250 00 
310 00 
150 00 
145 00 
250 00 

75 00 



340 00 



890 00 
412 00 
390 00 
35 00 
890 00 
135 00 
305 00 



670 00 

95 00 

1,090 00 

265 00 

275 00 

120 00 

135 00 

350 00 

417 00 

140 00 

125 00 

595 00 

250 00 

30 00 

125 00 

80 00 



Counties. 



Licking....... 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas 

Madison............. 

Mahoning .».» 

Marion 

Medina. 

Meigs 

Mercer 

Miami » 

Monroe » 

Montgomery 

Morgan » 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage ,... 

Preble 

Putnam 

Richland 

Ross 

Sandusky.... 

Scioto 

Seneca 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas..... 

Union .;.... .. 

VanWeit 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne........ 

Wood.....™'!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Wyandot 



Totals. 



I 

a 





14 

13 

1 

34 



36 
4 



7 
4 

46 
3 

17 
1 
8 
5 
3 
3 
3 
6 
8 
5 
3 
2 
5 
9 



11 
7 
9 
3 

10 
4 
5 
3 
6 



6 
1 
3 
4 
6 
3 
2 

695 



^ 
I 

o 

a 



$225 00 

385 00 

10 00 

930 00 



1,060 00 
100 00 



165 00 

125 00 

719 00 

100 00 

529 00 

50 00 

200 00 

405 00 

110 00 

70 00 

75 00 

275 00 

280 00 

339 00 

65 00 

40 00 

175 00 

150 00 



615 00 
190 00 
330 00 

65 00 
975 00 
115 00 
543 00 

70 00 
150 00 



280 00 

20 00 

40 00 

150 00 

280 00 

280 00 

55 00 

$22,625 00 



JUDICIAL bTATISnCS. 



461 



Piirxs, Costs, amd FoBFEmcD RsoooKizAifCBS im Crimikax Caaks.— Coorloded. 



ForfeltMl recognl- 



Connllcs. 




P»aldlDg.. 

Perry ^ 

r\chmwmj 

Pike 

pv>rUce 
Preble.. 
Putoam 
Ktobland.. 

HADdtMky 

ftototo.-, 

Hencca. 

Hbelbr 

Htark 

HoiDinU.., 

Trumbull 

TuAcarawQK 

rnlon 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Waroe 

WlUlanis 

Wood 
WyandoU 

Totals 



SM^1|I»»0«0| Cl,4mi 113,485 



466 



ANNUAL REPORT BBCRBIAJ^Y OF STATE. 



NUMBER OF MARRIAQES IN EACH MONTH IN OHIO, FOR THE YEAR ENDING 

MARCH 31, 1883, AS REPORTED BY PROBATE JUDGES. 





Number of marriages In each month. 


1 






• 






1882. 










1888. 


B 

U 
% 

a 

9 

s 


Couuties. 


• 

u 
0. 

< 


• 

08 


• 

o 

G 
3 
•-9 


• 

3 

•-9 


9 
bA 

9 

< 


S 
S 

s 

a 


S 

8 


S 

> 
o 


C 


• 
h 

08 

9 
C 
08 
•-9 


9 

94 


• 


Adams 


16 
24 
13 
23 
29 
28 
19 
21 
17 

7 
17 
85 
13 
11 
18 
19 
25 
190 
36 
26 
25 
20 
82 

9 
78 
14 
16 

4 
26 

4 
251 
24 
26 
14 
22 

9 
23 
11 
18 
16 
10 
20 

7 
27 
23 
25 
17 
56 
18 
27 
18 
12 
22 
18 
25 
19 
67 

1 

9 
23 

9 
11 


15 
16 

8 
14 
26 
•15 
22 
18 
16 

8 
17 
44 
20 

7 
80 
10 
15 
246 
16 
22 
23 
31 
19 
11 
66 

8 
19 

9 
15 
13 
380 
23 
18 
12 
14 
19 
13 
10 
16 
19 
17 
15 

8 
40 
25 
15 
16 
76 

9 
80 
19 

8 
24 
20 
35 
13 
69 
12 
14 
24 
12 
11 


10 
24 
14 
10 
17 
16 
21 
21 
14 

9 
21 
46 
21 

8 
18 
18 
25 
194 
20 
16 
19 
20 
17 
U 
77 

9 
25 

7 
18 
15 
264 
17 
15 
10 
10 
17 
13 

8 
17 
19 
20 
18 
14 
30 
20 
12 
24 
63 
13 
25 
14 

6 
10 
16 
19 
12 
73 

9 
16 
28 
14 
10 


10 
23 

5 
14 
21 
14 
18 
10 
26 

4 
12 
31 
14 
10 
26 
11 
14 
155 
22 
11 
15 
20 
17 

7 
66 

9 
29 

8 
16 

8 

196 

12 

22 

6 

8 

9 
15 

1 

16 
22 
17 
33 

7 

33 
26 
14 
25 
46 

6 
19 
10 

9 
14 
15 
14 

8 
56 

8 

M 
$ 

19 
11 
15 


20 
19 
10 
18 
23 
10 
82 
22 
21 
10 
17 
53 
26 
13 
19 
26 
20 
173 
23 
21 
21 
27 
20 
17 
70 

4 
86 

4 
10 
14 
228 
21 
26 
15 
14 
17 
20 

5 
24 
24 
15 
23 
15 
81 
26 
25 
18 
57 
17 
22 
17 

6 
81 
23 
26 
14 
69 

5 

9 
87 
16 
13 


16 
37 
17 
27 
27 
24 
31 
28 
41 
16 
21 
50 
18 
17 
28 
30 
19 

182 
32 
26 
34 
26 
81 
22 
96 
13 
26 
7 
29 
16 

370 
40 
28 
16 
13 
80 
22 
14 
21 
35 
21 
16 
14 
50 
83 
30 
35 
70 
22 
26 
20 
21 
33 
24 
37 
15 
73 
11 
7 
M 
12 
17 


22 

44 

22 

35 

20 

41 

41 

38 

50 

21 

19 

49 

26 

28 

38 

38 , 

43 
228 

44 

22 

33 

29 

31 

13 

71 

13 

38 

15 

28 

25 
370 

32 

34 

11 

21 

20 

19 

14 

37 

21 

18 

15 

11 

47 

50 

27 

19 

70 

i 

34 
14 
33 
84 
40 
27 
93 
15 
21 
42 
22 
17 


81 
41 
27 
28 
25 
26 
38 
25 
27 
12 
28 
60 
85 
21 
40 
80 
30 

261 
35 
22 
29 
48 
26 
19 
83 
18 
24 
15 
34 
22 

370 
25 
24 
14 
23 
27 
12 
17 
29 
25 
18 
19 
7 
49 
41 
26 
88 
77 
17 
89 
29 
24 
24 
35 
85 
20 
92 
13 
16 
41 
10 
20 


81 
36 
36 
42 
35 

42 
80 
51 
16 
38 
67 
34 
26 
51 
33 
33 

160 
47 
24 
34 
36 
31 
35 
83 
21 
80 
14 
82 
36 

214 
86 
88 
18 
25 
88 
28 
26 
41 
41 
88 
12 
10 
56 
86 
87 
51 
52 
18 
88 
17 
89 
84 
19 
48 
20 
75 
20 
28 
64 
27 
16 


24 
32 
26 
25 
22 
15 
80 
27 
26 
10 
29 
47 
27 
16 
14 
16 
18 

205 
30 
23 
22 
33 
2:} 
8 
84 
14 
22 
16 
17 
23 

274 
29 
29 
12 
13 
30 
25 
21 
27 
17 
20 
17 
11 
36 
40 
24 
23 
51 
17 
27 
16 
17 
20 
18 
28 
11 
60 
7 
18 
37 
20 
11 


16 
29 
25 
17 
19 
18 
27 
28 
28 

8 
20 
38 
19 
16 
31 
17 
14 
160 
29 
13 
20 
20 
24 
14 
58 
18 

9 

8 

20 
18 
194 
21 
25 
11 
14 
18 
11 
15 
27 
28 
11 
12 

9 
26 
21 
26 
26 
81 
16 
19 
18 
14 
18 
17 
26 
24 
46 

7 
18 
87 
15 
11 


17 
31 
21 
21 
26 
25 
27 
19 
24 
12 
16 

a5 

38 
20 
29 
19 
34 

154 
47 
23 
23 
22 
27 
12 
52 
19 
35 
9 
18 
28 

2U7 
21 
28 
18 
19 
18 
20 
21 
20 
18 
22 
21 
18 
28 
42 
26 
29 
68 
16 
30 
20 
12 
17 
11 
26 
15 
68 
14 
13 
80 
22 
11 


228 


AlU'ii 


356 


Ashland „ 

AstitHbula 


226 

274 


Ath**ns ...*. 


290 


Autrldizc 


2S7 


BpIiiio it 


848 


Brown 


282 


Butkr 


341 


Carroll 


188 


ChanipalKQ 


255 


Clarke 


646 


Cl^nnout 


291 


CIintx>n 

Columbiana 


187 
342 


Coshoclou 


267 


Crawford 


290 


Cuvahoca 


2809 


Darke 


381 


De^H '!(•*» 


249 


Delaware 


298 


Erie 


832 


Fairfield 


298 


Fay«'tte 


179 


Franklin 


884 


Fulton 


156 


Gallia «. 


809 


Geaiiea 


116 


Greene 


263 


Guernsey 


217 


Hamilton ^ 


8818 


Han<M>ck 


801 


Hardin 


818 


HarriHon 


157 


Henry ^ 

Hltrhland 


196 
247 


Hockintr 


221 


Holmes 


163 


Huron ^ 


298 


JaekHon 


280 


JetTerson 


222 


Knox 


216 


Lake 


126 


Lawrence 


466 


LlcklnK *. 


888 


LtOfCHTi 


287 


Lorain ^ 

Lucas 


821 
712 


MadiKon 


196 


MahonlnK 


831 


Marlon 


227 


Medina 


182 


MeiKs 


275 


Mercer 


260 


Miami 

Monroe 


889 
198 


Montgomery .~. 

MorgMn 


882 
182 


Morrow 


171 


MuHkimrum 


4a6 


Noble 


188 


Ottawa ~ 


168 



SOCIAL STATISTICS OF OHIO, 



IHOLCDIKO 



8TATI8TIC8 OP BENEVOLENT AND REFORMATORY 

INSTITUTIONS. 



464 



A.NKCJAL BEPORT 8B0RETABT OF 8TATB. 



NUMBER OF MARRIAGES AND BIRTHS IN OHIO. FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 

81. 1888. AS REPORTED BY PROBATE JUDGES. 



Counties. 



Adams .^ 

Alleu 

Aablaad. 

Abu tabula .~ 

Atheas 

Auglaixe.^ 

iseimout 

Brown 

Butler. 

Carrou 

Champaign. 

Clark« 

Clermont 

CUntou.. 

ColuuiDiana 

Coshoctou 

Crawford.. 

Darl&e ^ 

Dedance 

Delaware.. 

Erie. 

Fairfield 

Fayette 

FranHllu.. 

Fulton 

Gallia. 

Geauga 

Greene 

Guernsey 

Hamilton. 

Uancocft 

Hardin 

Harrison.. 

Henry 

Highland 

HocHlng 

Holmes - 

Huron 

Jackson. 

Jefferson 

Knox 

liake 

Lawrence 

Licking 

Logan 

Lorain 

Lucas.. 

Madison 

Mahoning 

Marlon 

Medina. 

Meigs. 

Mercer 

Miami •. 

Monroe » 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum... 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding 

Perry 

Pickaway. 

Pike - 

Portage. 



Marriages. 



White. 



8 



228 

225 
264 
282 
246 
836 
281 
826 
138 
238 
545 
278 
172 
840 
267 
284 

1884 
377 
241 
2V6 
29» 
2»U 
179 
818 
150 
293 
116 
263 
214 

2977 
301 
802 
152 
182 
234 
221 
163 
290 
267 
209 
212 
126 
440 
879 
276 
821 
653 
186 
272 
226 
181 
264 
201 
853 
108 
816 
132 
170 
419 
189 
168 
146 
884 
236 
171 
206 



i 
s 



5 

8 



12 
8 
1 

18 



4 

415 



8 



28 
5 



193 



13 



52 



••••••«•• 



64 



••••••••• 



49 
2 



6 



Colored. 



S 

a ' 

s 

n 



2 
1 
2 

8 



5 
2 



17 



18 

16 

2 



2 
"i 



2 
5 
8 



66 
16 



8 
148 



11 
5 

1 
13 



8 
18 
18 

4 



16 

4 

11 



7 
10 
6 
1 
1 
11 



4 

16 



1 
11 



4 

87 
7 
9 
2 



«2 

a 

i 

n 



3 



228 
856 
226 
274 
290 
257 
848 
2H2 
841 
133 
255 
546 
291 
187 
842 
267 
290 

2399 
881 
249 
298 
8S2 
298 
179 
884 
165 
809 
116 
263 
217 

8818 
801 
813 
187 
196 
247 
221 
168 



222 
216 
126 
466 
888 
287 
821 
712 
196 
881 
227 
182 
275 
260 
859 
198 
882 
182 
171 
481 
189 
168 
150 
871 
242 
180 
207 



Births. 



White. 



■i 
I 



272 
444 

221 
882 
848 
889 
642 
847 
8561 
189 
279 
498 
890 
206 
682 
292 
879 
2791 
607 
857 
246 
421 

OOD 

198 
812 
217 
829 
121 
240 
268 
196 
408 
884 
182 
294 
836 
821 
283 
818 
847 
864 
224 
126 
60S 
400 
367 
271 
917 
192 
681 
260 
212 
860 
868 
884 
866 
649 
187 
192 
456 
800 
262 
260 
467 
241 
247 
287 



I 



244 
486 
246 
822 
817 



495 
814 
844 
178 
254 
449 
849 
204 
661 
269 
817 
2618 
486 
297 
210 
8/6 
887 
206 
879 
288 
267 
118 
186 
243 
152 
842 
863 
185 
292 
281 
282 
258 
807 
858 

208 
116 
625 
446 
277 
268 
766 
167 
496 
219 
180 
885 
819 
882 
818 
627 
138 
122 
879 
249 
227 
287 
481 
241 
288 
228 



Colored. 



i 



6 
8 
1 
8 
4 



19 

18 

9 



16 
44 

17 
18 
12 



1 

18 
7 
2 
1 
6 
4 
12 
88 



28 



28 
4 
4 

2 
8 

7 



17 



2 

11 

12 

1 

8 

29 

2 

17 

9 

9 

6 

6 

2 



15 
2 
9 
1 

8 



1 
7 



7 
88 
18 
16 

1 



I 



1 
5 



2 
11 



14 

85 

9 



17 
48 
16 
10 
6 



2 

12 

4 

1 

9 

2 

4 

16 

41 



16 



28 
9 
8 
1 
6 
6 



12 
8 



10 

26 

1 



82 
8 

12 
2 
5 
2 
9 
2 
1 

26 



6 



6 
1 



18 

84 

8 



Sexun> 
known. 






11 



8 



1 
8 



••••■• ••• 



58 
86 



8 



•••••• ••» 



8 
9 



I 



o 
o 



8 



2 
1 



3 

o 



888 
468 



680 
792 

1070 
736 
718 
867 
566 

1029 
771 
432 

1850 
561 
699 

IU5U 

1U04 
657 
468 
805 
711 
481 

1680 
465 
634 
284 
479 
614 
868 
754 
700 
880 
566 
649 
606 
541 
627 
727 
788 
484 
248 

1189 
850 
618 
606 

1722 
857 

1093 
488 



786 
676 
782 
686 

1298 
825 
285 
850 
560 
489 
617 

1016 
601 
610 
461 



SOCIAL, errATIBTIOS. 



466 



NUMBKK OF MARKIAOSS AND BiRTBA— CoDCluded. 





Marriages. 


Births. 




White. 


Colored. 


1 


White. 


Colored. 


Bezan> 
known. 




Coanties. 


i 

a 
1 

n 


i 
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i 

a 

8 

CQ 


1 

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i 


i 

6 


i 


i 

a 

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• 

JS 


• 

1 





• 

3 

6 


Preble- 


22S 
225 
866 
346 
824 
380 

:m 

224 
625 
448 
280 
882 
211 
225 
168 
188 
886 

as2 

187 
262 
209 


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6 


••••• 


230 
287 
866 
355 

324 
886 
348 
238 
625 
474 
2H0 
892 
211 
2M 
162 
19b 
39B 
8j2 
187 
262 
214 


233 
862 
888 
401 
817 
890 
883 
818 
831 
445 
473 
524 
280 
881 
358 
249 
499 
403 
260 
420 
225 


181 
861 
846 
881 
292 
895 
860 
2B9 
831 
482 
440 
474 
256 
322 
231 
223 
401 
874 
342 
838 
341 


8 


3 


1 


410 


PntnAm 


706 


RichlAnd 






8 

34 


1 
40 


1 


786 


Row «.. 




9 




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606 








600 


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14 


6 

1 




7 
1 
9 

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2 


5 

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9 

1 

11 

1 




866 


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Hhelbv 


5 




748 
686 


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1648 


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19 


7 







053 


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1 


915 


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996 


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Van Wert 








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1 

15 
6 


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640 




8 

8 

8 

10 




704 


Vinton 


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15 


1 


400 


Warren „ 


8* '.'.'.Z 

1 


496 


Waabluffton 


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Wayne.- 

wTniaini. 


777 












1 


602 


Wood. 













748 


XirvmnA*\t. 


4 


1 




8 




469 










Totals 


29,063 


1007 


600 




80,690 


38,97 


80,861 


068 687 


146 1 8 


66,713 










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3088 



SOOTAL STATISTICS. 



467 



NuMBKB or Mabktaobb in Each Mohtu in Ohio— Concloded. 



ConnUet. 



PaaldlDg . 

Perry 

Pickaway 

PUie 

PortaKO 

Preble 

Putnam... 
Richland . 



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Seneca 

Hbelby .... 

Stark 

Summit ... 

Trumbull 

Tuacarai 

Union 

Van Wert .... 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

WUIlama 

Wood 

Wyandot ..... 



Totals. 



17 
96 
10 
10 
18 
16 
19 
27 
18 
17 
18 
87 
10 
51 
81 
12 
87 
21 
21 
21 
18 
31 
24 
11 
18 
14 






9 
88 
17 
16 
8 
17 
83 
28 
29 
20 
28 
21 
22 
58 
45 
26 
44 
6 
11 
16 
17 
2S 
18 
11 
20 
16 



Number of marriages In each month. 



1882. 



6 

a 
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22G0 "2417 



14 
24 
18 
11 
15 
14 
18 
21 
21 
27 
15 
18 
18 
80 
84 
20 
19 
13 
14 
11 
18 i 
80 
22 
9 
18 
12 



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20 
18 
15 
10 

9 
18 
17 
20 
12 
16 
14 
15 
87 
48 
19 
28 
11 
14 

9 

7 

25 
17 

8 
10 

8 



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20 
11 
18 
9 
11 
22 
27 
27 
28 
28 
22 
19 
49 
28 
16 
27 
12 
20 
9 
8 
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12 
20 
19 
16 



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9 
81 
23 
15 
22 
34 
24 
88 
41 
86 
89 
24 
23 
60 
41 

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22 
20 
18 
45 
22 
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84 

29 
14 
27 
24 
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83 
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19 
18 
17 
86 
38 
28 
83 
87 
48 
24 
48 
29 
80 
81 
22 
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10 
14 
44 
87 
18 
29 
24 



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23 
29 
40 
29 
53 
48 
42 
49 
48 
26 
79 
61 
46 
88 
25 
24 
12 
86 
84 
49 
27 
34 
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12 
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26 
12 
18 
15 
20 
32 
26 
29 
25 
21 
22 
50 
47 
22 
90 
17 
17 
14 
19 
28 
43 
14 
19 
14 



1888. 



8 

87 
28 
11 
19 
21 
20 
29 



2567 



44 

21 
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14 
17 
12 
19 
81 
13 
12 
24 
8 



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18 
25 
17 
17 
14 
12 
21 
18 



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24 I 26 

22 81 

27 I 85 

16 18 



58 
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20 
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12 
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187 
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*••*■ 


14 


•■•••• 


ii 


»«... 


ii 


••■■*• 


».... 


1 18 




I***.** 


• ««»*****^ 


8 


m 



472 



ANNUAL REPORT SEORBTART OF STATE. 



Number and Nativity of Pebsons Naturalized, etc.— Continued. 



Counties. 


d 

•c 

9 
< 


• 

1 
1 

a 

s 

■c 

a 
< 

« 

•c 

fiQ 


• 

a 
5 


i 
1 
§ 

d 
3 

a 


i 

a 

i 


• 

a 

eS 



• 

a 

OS 

a 

eS 
o 


• 

a 

cS 

S 


• 

1 


0S 


• 

•d 
a 


• 

a 

I 


• 

O 

c 
«s 

•s 

CO 


• 

8 

N 

•*« 

QQ 


1 

"S 

a 



« 

1 


1 
1 

a 

u 

a 

a 

3 


Pickaway 


1 




1 


8 
2 

1 












5 


Pike „. 






..„.. 


i 

1 
1 
















s 


Portaite 




2 






















5 


Preble „. 




















2 
8 

1 




s 


Putnam 








1 
5 
2 


2 




11 
7 
9 

14 
8 
9 
9 

21 
1 

10 
2 
4 
1 
2 
8 
4 
4 
6 
8 

1,891 


i 












18 


Richland 




1 




3 


2 




1 


• •••• 


• ••• • 


20 


Ross 




11 


Sandusky 


1 


















1 




16 


Scioto ! 




1 
1 


1 
















5 


Seneca 




1 


^ 


6 


8 
8 
5 

■J 
2 


•••••• 










8 

""'l8 

7 




22 


Shelby ^, 

Stark 


2 
6 
2 






"3 
8 
8 
1 




"i 

8 

1 
1 


14 


4 
6 
2 




17 

39 

29 

4 


11 
2 


89 


Summit 






98 


Trumbull 






48 


Tuscarawas 








18 




30 


Union 










• 


8 


Van Wert 








2 


















7 


Vinton 






















8 


Warren 


























2 


Washinirton 








2 


'2 




8 






1 


• 








9 


Wayne 


2 


1 






1 






8 

1 




18 


Williams 












5 


Wood 


4 




1 
2 


65 










1 






11 


Wyandot 

Totals 




• • • ^« > 

19 


1 










1 


17 


12 






li" 


11 


81 


53 




28 




ISl 


127 


400 


806 


157 


2,808 



SOCIiiL STATIBTIGB, 



478 



NUMBER OF LETTERS OF GUARDIANSHIP ISSUED iN OHIO, FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1883, AS REPORTED BY PROBATE JUDGES. 



CoQDtieB. 


• 

£ 

6 


1 


a 
a 


a 

1. 

0) 

1 

a 


• 
00 


Letters iasaed. 


Adams..' 


27 
89 
54 
40 
48 
63 
53 
53 
86 
4# 
68 
69 
60 
49 
56 
46 
90 
307 
138 
47 
63 
84 
55 
45 
158 
26 
36 
20 
53 
42 
454 
104 
69 
28 
64 
69 
16 
51 
69 
27 
58 
49 
21 
17 
83 
47 
51 
95 

20 

.■.• 

4 4 

42 




1 

1 
1 
5 
2 


2 
5 
7 


1 

2 


21 


Allen 




40 


Afthlanfl 


1 


34 


Aahtabnla 




26 


Athens .• 




3 
3 

4 

2 
6 




22 


AngUixe y 

Belmont 






26 




3 




36 


Brown .•..•..... 






31 


Butler 


1 


2 

1 
5 

1 




59 


Osrr^ll 




18 


Champaign^ 

Clarke « 




4 

3 
3 
2 

14 
2 
3 

16 

•? 

7 
4 

1 

1 

7 

1 
*> 

4 

3 
3 

8 
1 
6 


1 


41 




42 


Clermont 


1 
1 


64 


Clinton......... 


3 
5 
2 
5 
17 

; 

2 
2 
2 

1 
9 
1 
4 




32 


Oolambiana 




42 


Coshocton .- ^ 


2 




26 


Crawford ^ 




60 


Carahosa. » 


3 




187 


Darke !!^. 




75 


Defiance 






26 


Delaware « 






42 


Erie 


1 




50 


Fairfield 




30 








28 


F»^nklin 


2 




90 






19 


Gallia 






20 








16 


Oreetie « 


1 


1 
2 
22 
4 
1 
5 
1 
1 
3 
2 
4 




27 






33 


HMfniIV»n-.Tt --...... ....................... 






232 




3 




44 






39 






1 




24 


Henry m.. ........ ............ 




1 
8 
5 




33 








35 


Hocking..,*,.,.. .T,T..« 


2 




26 






25 


Huron « « 




7 




43 








18 


Jefferson.. 






1 
4 
2 
2 
4 
2 
3 
3 
8 
5 




30 






4 

o 

2 
4 
2 
2 

1 




28 


Uke. 






15 
15 
48 
34 
31 
46 


LAwreace 






licking ^ 












Lofain - 


1 








Madison 




1 


15 






3 
6 


43 


Marion » 






27 



474 



ANNUAL BEPORT SECRETABT OF STATE. 



Number op Letters of Guardianship issued in OHio—Concloded. 



Coonties. 


• 

e 
3 


Idiots. 


a 

0) 


a 

B 


•a 

s 


i 

1 

2 


Medina « 


37 
24 
72 
94 
31 
101 
8 
60 
49 
42 
36 
46 
42 
65 
30 
52 
26 
66 
61 
48 
64 
35 
50 
71 
134 
131 
60 
85 
38 
84 
23 
47 
36 
88 
62 
87 
64 






5 
2 




22 


AieifiTS ..«..*«.• 




3 


• 


20 


Mercer.. ^ 






26 


Miami „ « 




5 
2 
2 

1 
2 
6 
1 
.3 


3 
5 
5 

1 




53 


Monroe « 






20 


Montgomery... « 

Morgan ^ 

Morrow 


2 




74 




7 






54 


Muskingum 

Noble ., ^ 




4 




38 






19 


Ottawa 








13 


Paulding « „ 

Perry ^ 

Pickaway 








16 


1 


2 


2 
5 
2 
7 
2 
1 
1 
8 
2 
2 
7 
2 
3 
14 
2 
. 3 
1 
2 
4 
7 
2 
8 
2 
8 
3 




36 




40 


Pike.....s 




1 




12 


Portage « 

Preble „ 






36 


1 


1 
1 

7 
3 




25 


Putnam 




33 


Ricbland « 




34 


Boss «^ 






38 


Sandusky 






35 


Scioto « 




2 
3 
1 
1 
5 
3 
3 




22 


Seneca « 






36 


Shelby 






36 








67 


Summit 






74 


Trumbull 


1 

1 
1 




40 


Tuscarawas.. 




45 






20 


Van Wert 


1 
1 
1 
4 
2 




37 


Vinton 






15 


Warren 






34 


Washington » 

Wayne 

Wil iams 






25 






58 






31 


Wood 




4 
3 




50 


Wyandot 






• 35 










Total « 


5685 


26 


228 


315 


5 


3387 



80CIAL BTATIBTICS. 



476 



yUMBER OF ESTATES ADMINISTERED UPON, ETC., IN OHIO. FOR THE 
TEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1883, AS REPORTED BY PROBATE JUIKtES. 





"2 


9 

a 

9f 


e . 


1 
1 




s 


a 


3 


ConntieB. 


.V4 

a . 


1 




a 




-1 


il 


1 


■ 


1 

~ 0. 




5| 




^ 


3 


JS 


'2 


Adftms 


31 

28 


16 

29 


33 
32 


i9 


AUeiL « 


60 


AAliUnd ^ ^ 


45 


35 


45 


80 


A«bUbalm .^ ^ 


69 


48 


50 


119 


Athens 


25 


10 


20 


37 


Auglaize.^ » 


23 


9 


28 


38 


Belmont - ^ 


48 


28 


48 


112 


Brown... 


31 


20 


36 


56 


BoUer 


43 


36 


127 


163 


CftTTOll 


20 


16 


20 


36 


Champaign- - 


27 


11 


56 


66 


Clarke... « 


37 


19 


38 


64 


Germont. « 


28 


24 


49 


73 


Clinton 


31 


15 


44 


59 


Colnmhiana 


76 


51 


50 


101 


Coshocton 


12 
29 


10 
9 


23 
37 


33 


Crawford.. 


47 


Cuyahoga 


186 


74 


245 


319 


Darke... « 


30 


29 


71 


100 


Oeflanoe 


19 


12 


27 


33 


Delaware.. 


. 29 


20 


49 


69 


Erie 


31 


14 


34 


59 


Fairfield.- 


30 


19 


50 


69 


Payette 


14 




27 


34 


Franklin x. ..,.»- 


1 4 

18 


38 
6 


3 
26 




Fulton 


22 


Gallia 


22 


12 


32 


40 




28 


26 


30 


56 


Greene 


26 


17 


43 


60 


Guernsey « 


27 


18 


29 


29 


Hamilton 


299 


221 


384 


605 




32 


12 


25 


37 


Hardin « 


14 


6 


44 


50 


Harnoon 


22 


15 


26 


41 


Henry 

Highland 


20 
27 


14 

18 


31 
29 


28 
47 


Hocking 


17 


11 


20 


31 




29 


14 


23 


37 


Huron « - 


47 


30 


46 


76 


Jarkwm 


13 


6 


19 


43 


JefferK>n 


49 


48 


57 


154 




49 


22 


44 


66 


Lake 


32 


25 


35 


55 




20 


•• 

4 


23 


30 


linking ^ 


46 


27 


75 


83 




24 


14 


29 


56 


Lonm.. 


46 


23 


50 


67 


IjDoaa 


61 


34 


55 


89 


MadiKm 


9 


6 


16 


22 


Mabotiing m 


44 


39 


46 


8 



476 



ANNUAL REPORT OF 8E0BETABT OF BTATS. 



Number op Estates Adhinistbbbd upon, etc. — Continued. 



Counties. 


Wills admitted to 
probate. 


• 

s 
s 

00 

s 
e 


Letters of administra- 
tion issued. 


Estates administered 
upon. 


Marion 


18 
30 
21 
27 
39 
13 
85 
22 
25 
68 
15 
12 

5 
32 
32 

8 
63 
29 
15 
54 
43 
38 
28 
47 
36 
52 
58 
59 
38 
24 
16 
. 11 
32 
41 
63 
23 
44 
18 


■ 16 
17 

8 
13 
28 

7 
69 

9 

24 

48 

14 

. 12 


28 
28 
23 
22 
50 
33 
109 
17 
34 
50 
17 
20 
5 
36 
35 
21 
50 
-6 
23 
42 
56 
34 
37 
25 
35 
75 
88 
61 
41 
24 
34 
20 
41 
33 
61 
29 
50 
23 


45 


Medina 


71 


Meigs .4 

Mercer 

Miami... 


31 

81 
78 


Monroe « 

Montffomerv 


40 
178 


Morsran 


15 


Morrow 

MuskinfiTum 


58 

98 


Noble 


42 


Ottawa .*. 


32 


Pauldinsr 


5 


Perrv 


24 

25 

2 

37 

18 

6 
48 
19 
11 
18 
19 
23 

35 • 
58 
39 
31 
19 

7 

7 
28 
17 
32 
14 
14 

9 


60 


Pickaway 


60 


Pike 


23 


Portaire « 


103 


Preble 


44 


Putnam 

Richland 


26 
93 


Ross « 


75 


Sankuskv 


47 


Scioto 


55 


Seneca 


43 


Shelby 


58 


Stark 


110 


Summit „ 

Trumbull 


146 
100 
307 


Union 


43 


Vinton 


34 
26 


Warren 


103 


Washington 


50 


Williams « 

Wood 


43 
64 


Wyandot 


32 


Totals 


3,324 


2,094 


3,915 


6,304 





SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



477 



NUMBER OF PERSONS IN OHIO SENT TO HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE, 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1883, AS REPORTED BY PROBATE 
jri)GES. 





White. 


Colored. 




Coonties. 


i 

-a 


s 

S 


i 


1 

s 

S 

9 


• 

1 


AdAQis y, 


1 

8 
8 
7 
9 
2 

13 
5 
6 
3 
7 

13 

5 

3 

9 
2 

2 

39 
6 
5 
8 
7 
6 
2 
39 
6 
7 


7 
5 
5 

10 
7 
1 

12 
7 
1 
3 
7 
8 
3 
5 
7 
7 
4 

37 
3 
5 

10 
6 
6 
2 

21 
5 
I 
4 
5 

11 

70 

4 

3 

5 

3 

4 

2 
2 

7 
3 
5 
8 
6 
3 
1 
2 
4 
22 
*4 




1 


8 


All«»n « 




1 


13 


AtiHlAn<i .... — 






I 


13 


AfthtAbuIft 




. 


17 


Atlit^im 




i 

...... ... ...... 1 


16 


AoicUuie 

B**lmont - 






3 


2 


1 


27 


Brown 




12 


Batirr 




1 


7 


r*m>n 




1 


6 


C 'hAmuiiiffD » 






14 


ClArke 






21 


Ol«*riijoiit 


1 
,..,, 




9 


Clinton 


1 


9 


(^^Inrnbinnii r 




16 


Oostioi'ton— 






9 


Crawfor<1 






6 


OoTahom .• 






76 


Darke 






9 


Defijino^ 






10 


D^laWArf^...... ...... .,TrTTt-1 T.T ,,, Tt»T-- 






18 


Eri*» ......... ........ ...T.. ......... .wTTT- 







13 


Fairfield « ! 






12 


Fayette ...^ 

Franklin 




1 


5 


1 


61 






10 


Uallia ^ 


1 




9 






4 


(frWtne mm 


10 
4 

99 
I 
3 
4 
4 
6 
3 
4 
2 
2 
7 
7 
7 
6 

11 
6 
6 

29 
3 




1 


16 






15 


Hamilt'^n , t 


3 

1 


6 


178 


HancH'k. ■, r 


16 


Hanlin . ......... 


6 








9 


Hwirv 






1 








10 


Hocking « 






5 


Huron 


......... ...••• 




6 
9 


Jefl(*raon 




•••••••»• •••••• 


6 

12 








15 


Lake 






13 




1 




10 


Li<*king 

Ijigmn 




12 






s 


Lorain. « 




1 


11 






51 


MadiacMi ... „,,„,,^ ,-..,.^.., 






7 



478 



AKKUAL REPOBT SEOBETABY OF BTATE. 



Number op Person s in Ohio sent to Hospitals for the Insane, etc. — Concluded. 





White. 


Colored. 




Coanties. 


1 


i 
a 

5 

1 

5 

5 

1 

8 

2 

15 

6 

1 

8 

5 
2 

1 
6 
2 


8 

"3 


S 

-a 
a 


• 

1 


MRhoiiiiiflf 


4 
4 
2 
2 
3 
7 
5 

20 
4 
4 

10 
4 






9 


Marion 






5 


IVicdina ..•• 


1 


7 


Meicfs - 






7 


Mercftr 






4 


Miami • 






15 


Monroe 






7 


Montiyomftrv ,.-......-.. 




2 


37 


Mori?an 




10 


Morrow 






5 


Mnnlrinanim 




1 


19 


Noble 




9 


Ottawa 






2 


Paiildinfi? 


1 
7 
2 






2 


Perrv 






13 


^. , > 

Pickawav 






4 


Pike « 








Portaflre.« 


6 
5 
. 7 
4 
8 
3 
3 
/ 
1 

11 
7 
6 
8 
1 
6 
4 
5 
8 
4 
2 

13 
3 


4 
2 
2 
2 
4 
4 
5 
6 
2 
16 
8 
6 
4 
5 
3 
3 
4 
6 
5 
2 
4 
3 






10 


Preble 






7 


Putnam 






9 


Richland 






6 


Ross 






12 


Sandusky 






7 


Scioto 






8 


Seneca 


« 




13 


Shelby 






3 


Stark 






27 


Summit ~ 






15 


Trumbull 




1 


13 


Tuscarawas.. 




12 


Union 






6 


Van Wert 






8 


Vinton .« 






7 


Warren 




2 


11 


Washineton 




14 


W^avne 


1 




10 


Wil iams 




4 


Wood 






17 


Wyandot 






6 










' Totals 


651 


546 


11 


16 


1224 







SOCIAL BTATIBTIOS. 



479 



KCMBER OP BOYS BENT TO THE REFORM BCHOOLR BY THE PROBATE JUDGE OP 
EACH COUNTY IN OHIO, FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 81, 1688. 





7to8. 


8to9. 


9 to 10. 


10 to 11. 


11 to 12. 


12 to 18. 


18tOl4. 


14 to 15. 


IS to 18. 




Coanilea. 


S 
3 

a 

JS 


6 

I 


a 


6 
I 


• 

a 


Toledo. 
Lancaster. 




• 


c 
5 

3 

a 


1 


a 

c 

2 




3 
1 




•: 
3 

c 

i 


1 



H 


a 

s 


6 

•z 


i 






1 








1 








Allen - 


















1 1 














Aabland - 












1 




1 






1 








"j 


AabtabQla » i - 1 
























Alliens ".. 












1 






" *: 1 


1 
1 


::.::: ;:::;t:"': '■:■:■ 




""} 


Aiifflalse - 












::::::'.::::: "::::i 




) 


1 


1 




i 


Belmont 


















, i 








Brown „ 












1 






' 


1 ' .... ' .. i 1 1 


Bntler 










1 






1 


■ ! 




1 1 ' ■ 1 ' 


C^arroll 








!'" 












• 1 ' ! ... 1 


ChampalKn 1 




















r!.... 8 

' 1 

«... > • ■ ' ••*»•• 

' 1 


Clarke 

C'lerm on t^. 






•»•■•■ 




-i il 




"l" 


1 > 




2 . 


Clinton 










i 




.. * . 




. 


1 


Columbiana 










1 




1 


I 




C'oahocton i 


• ••• 


t 

1 




•••••■. •*•#• ••••• 




• , 








i 


1 


Crawford 








• . . t * a * • • 

1 




Coyaboga 

I>arkc» 




• ••»• 




1 
1 


... • . 




:"■'■■ •» ■ !■ 1 ' I : * 


10 


£>eflance _ 










...... 




.. .. I i ! 


.41 .•• *•• 

8 
















1 1 1 . 1 


Erie « 
















1 


2 ' '2 


Fairfield _ 








. ^...kl ..... ••.«.• 






1 


Pavetie- - 








1 






1 


. 1 8 


Franklin ....« 








' 






1 ,. 


' 2 


Kalton 




















1 ■ : 1 


VvhI 1 8fla** > •* *•■•••««« ••••*•*• 

OeMUca - ^ 






1 — 

t 

1 


• ••* •• 

1 








' 


, 


■ 1.... 


8 

8 

1 


Oreenr - 












1 
2 




2 


:::::: *'"" 


• 


Guernsey 















1 




UaJnklt«»n 










1 




1 


i 1 _ 


Hancock 

Hardin 

Harrison - 








., . . 


...... 




I J 1 


'..♦♦. 


Henry .. .....«>.. ........ 

Ht<hiand 










1 






• ■ » • 








■ ZZi 


1 


1 ) 


1 
1 


a 


Hoiking 










1 














1 . . .2 


Holmes _.• 


















.. •..(.**... 


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480 



ANNUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Number of Boys Sent to the Reform Schools, etc.— Oontlnued. 





7 to 8. 


8 to 9. 


9tol0. 


lOtolL 


iito:i2. 


12 to 18. 


18 to 14. 


14 to 15. 


15tol6. 




Counties. 


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a 

5 


» 

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s 

o 


s 

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a 

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6 


a 

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6 

5 


2 


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3 


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6 
1 


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Robs 


















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1 




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1 














8 


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1 












1 


Seti6Cft ...• 














1 

1 


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1 




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1 














5 


Shelby 














1 














8 


Stark -.. 


















1 




1 




2 


Sumniit 




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2 


Wavne 


























Williams 








































Wood 


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18 


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10 


1 
6 












1 

4 






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Wyandot... 


21 


8 


24 


4 


14 


1 


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1 














1 




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7 


1 


114 















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80CIAL BTATISTIGS. 



48t 



NUMBER OF GIRLS SENT TO THE INDUSTRIAL HOME AT WHITE SUL- 
PHUR SPRINGS, BY THE PROBATE JUDGE OF EACH COUNTY IN OHIO, 
FOR THE YEAR ENDING MARCH 31, 1883. 



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1 


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1 








Belmont •. 


1 


1 1 


1 


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2 




4 


Brown 


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Ballet.. 














Carroll 


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1 




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1 




1 


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Clinton 


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1 




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Darke 


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1 




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Defiance -t 


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1 


Delaware • 


1 


2 


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Erie 










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4 


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1 








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1 .. I 






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2 




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1 


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1 


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Marion 




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1 


Medina - 




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318 ■ 



182 



ANKUAL REPORT SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Number op Girls Sent to the Industrial Home, etc. — Concluded. 



Counties. 

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1 

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1 






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1 








1 


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1 






















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4 


4 


8 


17 


10 


14 


2 


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7 to 8. 


8 to 9. 


9 to 10. 


10 to 11. 


11 to 12. 


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Roes 






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fitoneca 


































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Shelby 






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2 












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1 


3 


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1 








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1 


Tnpc-arawAM 































1 


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1 


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1 












1 












3 


Vinton 
























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Williams « 


1 






























1 




1 


Wood 


1 
































Wyandot 


































1 

25 


• ••• 


I 


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1 




2 




4 




2 




6 




11 




17 


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497 



KUMBEB OF DEATHS IN OHIO, FOB THE YEAR EXDINO MARCH 31 18H3 

CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO COLOR AND SEX 



Counties. 



Adanis 

Allen 

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ClinUjn .« 

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Fairaeld , 

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Fulioc 

Galiia 

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Highland ...... 

Hocking 

Holmet.... 

Horon 

Jackaon. 

Jefferaon 

Knox. 

Laka 

Lawrence 

Licking. , 

Logan 

Lofain.. 

Lona. 

Mahoning.... . 

8280 



White. 



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111 
113 
300 
153 
236 

72 
138 
173 
190 
123 
317 
104 
142 
1299 
173 

81 
104 
157 
135 

73 
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135 

57 
116 

75 

1524 

151 

114 

71 
118 
131 
115 

78 
175 
129 
215 
102 
103 
193 
207 
108 
158 
289 

57 
296 



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138 

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163 
101 
127 
215 
135 
209 

59 
111 
140 
199 

92 
232 
125 

95 

1027 

156 

99 
109 
136 
142 

57 
314 

73 
112 

94 
115 

96 

1064 

124 

106 

80 

92 
151 
100 

75 
156 

97 
191 

96 
103 
172 
205 
122 
136 
206 

64 
202 



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33 

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332 
225 
240 

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376 
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242 
314 
609 
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Number of Deaths in Ohio, etc.— Continued. 



Counties. 




Marion 

Medina 

Meii^ .f 

Mercer 

Miami 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Morrow 

Muskingum 

Noble 

Ottawa 

Paulding » 

Perry 

Pickaway 

Pike 

Portage 

Preble 

Putnam 

Kichland 

Ross 

Sandusky 

Scioto 

Seneca. 

Shelby 

Stark 

Summit 

Trumbull 

Tuscarawas 

Union 

Van Wert 

Vinton 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

WiUiams. 

Wood... 

Wyandot 

Totals 



White. 



76 
106 
153 
111 
130 
107 
545 

77 

97 
223 

89 

89 

70 
184 
102 

99 
131 
119 

94 
165 
195 
105 
156 
139 
126 
283 
172 
166 
159 
107 
134 

74 
135 
177 
152 

95 
121 

72 




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143 

107 

139 

113 

330 

55 

69 

179 

91 

87 

70 

187 

103 

102 

119 

111 

83 

147 

191 

113 

153 

122 

70 

211 

167 

172 

128 

114 

164 

85 

152 

185 

132 

94 

106 

59 



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177 
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414 
220 
317 
266 
204 
495 
341 
339 
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225 
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165 
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375 
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189 
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131 



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NUMBER OF CASUALTIES IN OHIO, REPORTED BY CORONERS, FROM 
1864 TO 1883, INCLUSIVE; ALSO THE TOTAL NUMBER OF DEATHS AND 
BIRTHS, REPORTED BY PROBATE JUDGES, FROM 1868 TO 1883, IN- 
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Year. 



1864... 

1865... 

1866.. 

1867... 

1868... 

1869... 

1870... 

1871... 

1872... 

1873... 

1874... 

1875.., 

1876.., 

1877... 

1878... 

1879... 

18^„. 

1881.., 



1882. 
1883. 



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97 

91 

92 

107 

93 

78 

55 

49 

94 

79 

89 

100 

76 

101 

116 

109 

118 

107 

73 

85 



2,711 



Casualties. 



CO 



65 

61 

87 

84 

76 

110 

107 

79 

117 

127 

166 

161 

147 

161 

220 

276 

222 

165 

182 

148 



2,751 



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358 
411 
525 
457 
305 
303 
277 
361 
421 
511 
471 
360 
527 
509 
514 
451 
449 
420 
522 



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510 
590 
716 
626 
493 
465 
405 
572 
627 
756 
732 
583 
789 
845 
899 
791 
721 
677 
755 



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17,158 
15,159 
23,683 
25,149 
25,202 
27,112 
28,756 
28,916 
26,975 
28,460 
25,440 
28.179 
27,446 
32,359 
34,173 
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30,150 
61,198 
59,957 
61,210 
58,977 
61,553 
60,523 
62,952 
63,563 
69,300 
65,132 
62,422 
71,093 
69,914 
70,219 



965,252 



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STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT OF OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 
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Total namber, carrentyear 

Somber dischaifEed.. 

Namber remaining in the institation, November 16, 1883... 



286 



206 



.«......• 



....•..•• 



187 



431 
66 

606 
23 

410 



OccTPATioKS Taught: Printing; bookbinding; ihoemaking; earptntry. 



506 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8E0KETARY OF STATE. 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE OHIO INSTI- 
TUTION FOR THE BLIND, AT COLUMBUS, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, 
TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Number of pupils in the institution November 16, 1882. 

Number of new pupils admitted during the year 

NuuiUi;i oi pupiiii readmiiied 

Total number during the current year... 

Number dischai^d, temporarily absent, and died^ 

Number in the institution November 15, 1883 






97 
25 



134 
1*69 



00 

'5 

s 



81 
15 



104 
"79 



I 



178 
40 
20 

238 
50 

188 



1 Two died. 

Nativity op Pupils Admitted Dubing the Year. 

Born in Ohio 32 

Born in other States 7 

Born in foreign countries 1 



Causes of Blindness of those Admitted During the Year. 



Ophthalmia » 3 

Scarlet fever 2 

Scrofula 4 

Granulation 2 

Conjunctivetis 1 

Iritis 1 

Amaurosis 2 

Unknowu 3 

Staphyloma » 1 

Strong medicine 1 



Injury 

Glaucoma 

Sun-stroke 

Congenital cases 

Measles 

Small pox 

Erysipelas 

Retinitis 

Cerebro spinal meningitis. 



6 



Totally blind .. 
Partially bUnd. 



19 
21 



Ages of Pupils Enrolled this Year. 

Under twenty-one 166 

Over twenty-one .' - « 27 

Average age 16.67 



Piano-tuning. 
Cane-seating. 
Broom-making. 



Occupations Taught. 

Hand-sewing. 

Machine-sewing. 

Hand-knitting. 



Machinerknii ting. 
Bead work. 
Crochet work. 



BOOIAL 8TATI0TIOB. 



607 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE OHIO INSTI- 
TUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE-MINDED VOUTH. AT 
COLUMBUS, OHIO, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 15. 1883. 



Number of pupila in the institation November 15, 1882.... 

Naml>er of pupils admitted during the year 

Total numl>€r current year 

Number discharged 

Number died.. 

Numl>er remaining in the inatitution November 15, 1883. 











s 




« 


B 


• 

3 


1 




5 


310 


189 


499 


3 


5 


8 


318 


-Ul 


519 


8 


1 


9 


11 


3 


14 


291 


192 


483 




• 





Remarks — ^This institution admits children only, the parents or guardians of whom 
must be citixens of Ohio, the fact of their residence being certified to by the probate 
judge of the county whence the application for admission comes. 



MORTQAHY RkTORO, NoVBMBKR 15, 1882, TO NOVKXBKR 15, 18H3. 





Epilepsy. 

• 


• 

s 


• 

> 

J 


■i 


a 
o 

1 

M 


1 

-6 


Consumption. 


1 
ll 


Males 


1 


1 


5 
1 


1 




3 

- « « • • • • • 

1 


11 


Females -..., 


1 


1 


3 











Occupations Taught. 

gMales are taught to work on the farm and garden. 
Females are taught general domestic work. 



AoB or Inm atis Admitted Cuerxxt Ybar. 























19 

• • - 


2»1 

«p* * « > 




1 


6 


7 


8 


9 


1 

10 

1 


11 


12 


13 
1 


14 




15 

1 


16 


1 
17 

1 


1 

18 ' 


M, . f 


Maleii 


1 








> * • •• 


3 


FemaU if-.. 




...... 


t 




2 


* '•- 

1 . 1 ' 


5 


1 






t 










1 





508 



ANNUAL REPORT 8ECRBTARY OF BTATE. 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE CENTRAL 
OHIO AfiYLUM FOR THE INSANE, AT COLUMBUS, FROM NOVEMBER 
15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Number of patients admitted during year 

Total number treated 

Number discharged 

Number died 

Number remaining November 15, 1883 .... 



161 
570 
109 
31 
430 



i 

0) 

b4 



143 
609 
114 
33 
462 



3 



304 

1,179 

223 

64 

892 



Nativity op those Admitted. 





s 


s 

1 

V 


1 


Ohio 


110 

29 

18 

4 


84 

27 

24 

8 


194 


Other states 


56 


Foreign countries 


42 


Unknown , 


12 







Causes of Insanity. 



Physical causes, such as ill health, syphilis, intemperance, fevers, 
injuiies, masturbation, etc « 

Moral causes, such as loss of friends, domestic and financial trou- 
ble, jealousy, fright, etc * 

Unknown 



4> 



70 

59 
32 



s 

-a 

Q 



45 

61 
37 



3 

5 



116 

120 
69 



Causes of Death. 



Cause of death. 




General paralysis 

Softening of brain 

Phthins 

General paralysis of insanity 

Exhaustion 

Exhaustion maniacal , 

Erysipelas 



1 
1 
5 
3 
3 
3 
1 



t 

-a 

Q 
o 



3 



1 


2 




1 


6 


11 




3 


5 


8 


4 


7 




1 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



609 



Causb of Death — Concladed. 



Cause of death. 





s 


• 

OD 

1 


'3 

a 


1 

1 
t 


1 ! 


1 

4 
3 


i'"' 



1 



Djaentery 

Heart clot 

Emboliam 

Apoplexy ] 

Epilepsy 

Senile exhaoation ^ I |, 

Typhoid fever 

raeainonia » 

Accident 

Hemorrhage of bowels i 1 

'* ovarian « i 1 

brain .., ' 1 

Carcinoma I j 1 

Tuben^nioeis sen ..1 2 

- " 3 



1 
«> 

1 



Senility 
Cholera morbus. 



1 

Injnry to brain ' ! 1 

Pareeis 2 ; 

Old age 1 I 



Totals 



31 



33 ' 



2 

1 

1 

4 

4 

1 

1 

2 

I 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

3 

1 

1 
o 



64 



Agb op Inmatbs Admitted. 



Age. 



Males. 



Under fifteen years 

Fifteen and under twenty 
Twenty and under thirty . 
Thirty and under for|f .... 

Forty and under fifty 

Fifty and under six^ 

Sixty and under seventy... 
Seventy and over 



1 

11 
46 

31 

18 

» 

6 



Females. 



26 

43 

33 

20 

12 
o 



Occv p AXIOM — Maim. 



Farmers 

Shoemakers 

LAborers 

Bricklayers 

Confectioner 

Jeweler 

Grocers 

Salesman 

Stonemason ...., 

Painter.. 

Students 

Dravman 

Banker 

MT>fi4*isn 

Harness-maker 

Oarpenters 

Oimpe-culturist 
Btorksmitl 



82 
2 

32 



uth 



IV* '•'•r 



•**•••••• •.«•••••• ••••••■•• ••••••••■.• 



Tailor 

Merchant 

Dyer 

Druffgiat 

Brakeman 

Teachers 

Physician 

Machinist 

Railroad employee 

Molders 

Upholsterer 

Huckster 

Chairmaker 

Unknown 

Ko occupation 



II 



Total males. 



1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

1 
2 

2 

1 
1 
1 
1 
4 

161 



510 



ANNUAL REPORT BECRETART OF STATE. 



Females. 



School ^irls 3 

Housewives 70 



Clerks 

Housekeepers 

Domestics 

Milliners 

Seamstresses 

Farmer's daughter 



2 

20 
9 
3 
2 
1 



Actress 

Washwomen ., 

Teachers 

Unknown 

No occupation 



1 
2 
2 

19 
9 



Total females 143 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LONGVIEW 
ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, AT CARTHAGE, FROM NOVEMBER 1, 1882, 
TO NOVEMBER 1, 1883. 





1 


s 


• 

3 


Nativity of 
inmates. 




• 

o 

s 


• 
00 

GQ 

o 


Foreign 
countries. 


Numher of patients in the institution No- 
vember 1. 1882 


306 
97 

403 
66 
23 

314 


349 
96 

445 
71 
26 

348 


655 
193 
848 
137 
49 

662 


170 


74 


411 


Number of patients admitted during the year 
Total number current vear 










Number dischartred 








Number died 








Number remaining in the institution No- 
vember 1, 1883 


178 


70 


414 



SupposBD Cause of Insanity in Patients Admitted During the Yeah. 



Political excitement 

Excitement of flood 

Brain tumor 

Charged with crime...... 

Gun-shot wound 

Isolation 

Domestic trouble 

Disappointed affections. 

Deatn of relatives. 

Epilepsy « 

Financial trouble ».. 

Laughing gas...... 

Intemperance 

Injury to head 

Employment, want of... 
Masturbation 



Males. 



1 
1 
2 



1 
8 
1 



5 
7 



17 
4 
2 
6 



, 




Females. 


Total. 




1 




1 


1 


3 


1 


1 




1 




8 


13 


14 


3 


3 


4 


4 


3 


8 




7 


2 


2 


6 


23 




4 




2 




6 



80CI4L STATISTrOB. 



611 



Supposed Oaubb of Insanity — Continued. 



MenopAQse ^ 

Over-work - 

Paerperml condition^. 

Hicknees 

SypbiliB 

Gnef 



Hard study 

Hereditary ^ 

Injury to apine.. 

Lead poisoning 

Paraljsia ^ 

Senibty 

Uterine derangement... 
Unknown 



Males. 



9 
2 



Total... 



I 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



22 



97 



Females. 



8 
13 



"6 



2 

I 

I 

30 



96 



Total. 



I 
2 
8 

22 
2 
6 
2 
2 
1 
1 
8 
2 
I 

62 



193 



MoHTUART Record, from Novbmbkr 1, 1882, to Novrmbkr 1, 1883. 



Cause of death. 



Meningesal hemorrhage. 

Apoplexy 

Brignt's disease 

Cerebral congestion 

Cerebral softening 

Erysipelas. 

Pulmonary ijedema 

Epilepsy 






1 
I 



s 

13 

a 

e 

U4 



I 



2 
4 

1 



Cause of death. 



Heart disease, valvular 

Paralysis, gefleral 

Phthisis, pulmonalis.... 

Pneumonia. 

Peritonitis, acute 

Marasmus senilis 



Total number of deaths.. 




AoB OP Ikmatis Admitted Currrrt Year. 





^ 


S 


^ 


• 

s 


3 




80. 


^ 


• 

§ 

■a 




a 


S 


a 


a 


a 


s 


S 


a 




e 


S 


s 


9 


s 


s 


s 


s 




Males 


1 


28 


21 


25 


12 


5 


4 


1 : 


FetnalM 


2 


22 


36 


14 


18 


2 


1 


1 1 » 









512 



ANNUAL REPORT BEORETART OF STATE. 



Occupation of Patibnts Admittbd during the Year. 





1 


-a 

1 


1 




• 

to 
g 


• 
CO 
9 


Total. 


Artist 


. 1 

1 
1 
I 
1 

3 
1 
4 
3 
2 
1 
1 
5 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 


1 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 


Machinists 


2 
2 




2 


Barkeeper.^ 


Merchants 




2 


Blacksmich..... 




Musician 


15 


1 


Book-keeoer .*.. 




No occu nation.. 


12 
1 
4 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


27 


BruBh-nuiker„ 




Telephone operator ... 
Painters 


1 


Butcher 






4 


Cabinet-maker 




Peddler 




1 


Chemist 




Paper carrier 




1 


Cicrar-makers 




4 
3 
2 

1 
1 
5 
2 


Policeman 




2 


Clerks 




Pilot 

Student 

Solicitor 




1 


Confectioners * «•... 






X 

1 


Cook 






1 


Cooper 




Seamstress. 


2 


X 

2 


Farmers 




Sawyer 


1 


it 
1 


Safe-finishers ^ 




Servants 


'"15* 


15 


Grocers 




2 
2 

61 

21 


Shoemakers 


2 

1 


X%3 

2 


Jail-builders 




Rag-picker 




1 

1 
2 


Miller 




Teacher 


1 


Gilder 




TaOors.. 


2 

2 
2 
1 


Housewives 


61 


Teaniflt^rs..., 




2 


Insurance agent 

Laborer 


1 
21 

1 
1 


Tinners 




*t 
2 




Veterinary surgeon ... 
Total 


it 
1 


liAwver 






X 


Lithographer 




97 


96 


193 







STATISTICAL REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF CLEVELAND ASYLUM, 
FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 





Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Number of patients in institution November 15, 1882.. 
Number of patients admitted durins the vear 


305 
127 
432 
113 
22 
319 


317 
117 
434 
128 
16 
306 


622 
244 


Total number under treatment, current year 


866 


Number of patients discharged durinsr year 


241 


Number died durinir year» 


38 


Number remaining in institution November 15, 1883... 


625 



Nativity of Inmates Admitted During Current Year. 

Ohio 120 

OtiierStotes 47 

Foreign bom • - - 77 



SOCIAL STATianOB. 



518 



MOBTUART RaOORD, NOVBMBBR 15, 1882, TO NOVXMBBR 15, 1883. 



Apoplexy 

Cancer of stomach , 

DUrrbflea 

Diphtheria 

Acute maniacal exhaoation.. 
Chronic maniacal exhaustion 
Acote meloncholiac exhaos- 

tion 

Heart disease 

Inanition 



i 



2 
1 
1 



1 

T 



i 
1 

&C4 



1 
1 



2 
2 



4 
1 



Marasmos senilis...... 

Peritonitis 

Pneumonia 

Paresis 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

8t>pticfemu 

Soheningof brain.... 



ToUl 






C8 



2 

1 



6 
2 



22 



i 



£ 



1 
1 

2 

1 



16 



SrpposKO Cai78b or Insanity in Tuosb Admittkd Durino Currxnt Ysar, 



Bosiness perplexities.. 

Domestic difficulties 

Disappointed affection 

Excessive mental exertion... 

Financial trouble.. 

Grief 

Spiritoalism 

Reliirioas excitement.. 

Poverty - 

Abortion 

Climacteric 

Chore* 

^T^p^pw* 

Dissipation 

Exceeaive physical exertion.. 

Epilepsy. 

6p«nnatorrhaia 

Spinal affection 

Scarlatina 

Shock - 

Syphilis 



i 

-a 



4 
7 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
5 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



i 
1 



11 

5 
1 



1 

26 

1 



1 
3 
2 



4 I 






Uterine di 

Unkoowu 30 

Typhoid fever 1 

Gestation 

Heredity 5 

Injury to head 3 

m health.. 7 

Intemperance i 17 

Masturbation. 7 

Menstrual irregularities 

Old a^.. 

Oiiganic disease of brain .... 

Ovarian disease. 

Poison 2 

Phthisis pulmonalis 1 

Puerperal condition . 

Pubescence. 

Recurrent 



Total 



127 



i 



3 
9 
2 
2 
5 



16 
I 
1 
3 
1 



1 
5 

1 I 3 
o 6 



117 



AoB or Inmatbs Admittxd during Currrnt Yrar. 



83b8 





o 


a 


^ 


4 


• 

9 


^ 


s 


g 


• 


s 


• 

s 


t^ 1 s 


£ 


° 1 

1 g 




3 


o 


o 


a 


2 


s 


2 


5 


i 


o 


s 


2 2 


C 






8 17 


9 


14 


20 


12 


13 


S 
9 


10 


3 

7 


» 1 1^ 1 r-. 


X 

1 


Males 


3 


3 


1 
1 127 


Females.- 


6 17 


18 


11 


13 


19 


13 


11 


4 


2 


» »i 1 


' 117 

1 



514 



ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0RETABT OF STATE. 



Occupation of Inhatbs Admittbd during Current Tsar. 



Agents ^ 4 

Blacksmiths 2 

Bakers^ » 1 

Brakeman 1 

Carpenters 4 

Contractors » 1 

Clerks 5 

Clergymen .» 1 

Coopers 1 

Draymen „... 1 

Dro^^ts ^ 1 

Engineers^ 3 

Farmers 27 

Harness makers 1 

Jewelers 1 

Laborers .^ 24 

Merchants 2 

Millers ^ 1 

Machinists .» 3 

Musicians 1 

Miners » 5 

Masons » 3 

Physicians..^ 2 



Printers 2 

Plasterers 2 

Painters 2 

Puddlers 2 

Students 4 

Shoemakers 3 

Sailors .» 1 

Speculators 1 

Teachers 1 

Tinners 1 

Teamsters 1 

Unknown 2 

Undertakers 1 

Cigar makers 2 

Collectors 2 

Detectives... 1 

Expressmen 1 

Paper hanser » 1 

Pattern m&er 1 

Superintendent of furnace 1 

TotaL 127 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE DAYTON 
ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, AT DAYTON, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, 
TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Number of patients in the institution November 15, 1882 .. 
Number of patients admitted during the year 

Total number, current year, under treatment 

Number discharged, recovered 

Number discharged, improved 

Number dischaiged, unimproved 

Number died 

Number remaining in the institution November 15, 1883... 



« 

3 


• 

§ 


s 


s, 


275 


309 


100 


79 


375 


388 


39 


25 


15 


14 


14 


16 


17 


23 


290 


311 



s 



584 
179 



763 
64 
29 
29 
40 

601 



Nativity of Inmates. 

Ohio 112 

Other States 80 

Foreign countries 28 

Unknown ,. ......... .. 9 

TotiJ 179 



SOCIAL STATISTICS. 

« 

Aoas OP Inmatm Admitted Currbkt Year. 



615 





• 


s 


S 


s 


s . 


s 


g 


s 


• 

o 
c 

M 

a 




• 

1 




el 


Between 

S and 30. 


Between 

g and 40. 


Between 
Jf and 50. 


gs 

8 


Between 
and 70. 


1- 

2 


Between 
and 90. 


• 

1 


3 


Males. 


9 


8 




4 


100 


179 




4 


25 


21 


15 


7 


4 






3 


79 













Allbobd Causes or Insanity. 



Fever 1 

Meaalea 1 

TvDhoid fever 2 

lU-health and general debility 1 

Nervoas diaeasea 3 

Disease of the spine 1 

Chorea 1 

Injury to head 3 

San-stroke 2 

Dyspepsia. 1 

Puerperal condition 8 

Utenne disease 6 

Syphilis 2 

dhange ef life - 2 

Over lactation 1 

Spermatorrhea 2 

Intemperance 8 

Over-work and fatigue.. 3 



Masturbation 14 

Old age » 1 

Exposure 1 

CaUrrh 2 

Hereditary.. 6 

Loss of property 2 

Business perplexities 6 

Domestic trouble 16 

lieligious excitement 17 

Grief at loss of friends 5 

Disappointed aflections 4 

Excessive mental exertion 3 

Fright 1 

Disdp point men t 3 

Prostitution 1 

Unknown 48 



Total 



179 



MoKTTARY Record, November 15, 1882, to Novembkb 15, 1883. 



Causes of death. 



Male. Female. 



Exhaustion from mania. 

Melancholia 

Fkralysis 

General paralysis 

Apoplexy. 

Consumption 

Disease of the heart 

Epile] 



Exhaustion 

Cerebral Hemorrhage .f ... 

Inanition 

Old age 

Boms, effects of 

Phthisis 

Uremia 

Tab^fcnlosb 

Dropsy 



,..' 



Totals. 



Total number of deaths 



1 
1 



2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



17 



4 

2 



1 
1 
5 
1 

4 



1 
o 



23 



40 



516 



A17NUAL BEPOBT SECBETART OF BTATE. 



Occupation of Males. 



Fanners 33 

Laborers 21 

Carpenters 4 

Clerks .• 2 

Tailors » 1 

Physician 1 

Merchants 2 

Shoemakers 4 

Printers 3 

Blacksmiths 4 

Coopers 1 

Molder 1 

Drayman 1 

Engraver 1 

Pressman 1 

Pattern-maker 1 



Wood-turner ^... 

Lumber dealer 

Traveling agent 

Captain of steam-boat 

Lawyer 

Saloon-keeper 

Druggist 

Nurseryman 

Carriage-maker 

Brick-layers 2 

Dentist 1 

Railroad officers 2 

Unknown 3 

Total 100 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE ATHENS 
ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE, AT ATHENS, FROM NOVEMBER 16, 1882, TO 
NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



• 


I 

la 


s 

-a 
a 

PS4 


3 


Males. 


i 
§ 


• 

1 


On record November 16. 1882 








297 
109 


328 
107 


626 


Cases admitted — 
First admissions 


87 
22 


89 
18 


176 
40 




Not first admissions 








Total admitted during year 








216 








,,j 




Total under care during year....; 

Cases discharged — 
Recovered 


406 
96 


436 
110 


841 


63 
7 

12 
24 


46 
10 
36 
19 


98 
17 
48 
43 




Relieved 




Unimnroved 




Died 








Total discharsed and died 








206 












Remaining November 15, 1883 


310 


325 


636 












Average number reiddent during year. 


302 


324 


626 











Nativity op Patients Admitted During Year Ending November 16, 1883. 





Country. 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


^^v • 




82 

18 

8 

1 


88 

16 

3 

1 


88 


Other RtrAtieR r» -i 


33 


Foreign countries... 
Unknown 


»••••* •••••«t** •••••• ••••••••• ••••••••• ••••••••••* 


11 
2 








Totals ...T„Tr»tr 


109 


107 


216 







SOCIAL STATISTICS. 



517 



CxTiL Condition of Patients Admitted During Year Ending November 15, 1883. 





MR]f«. 


Females. 


Total. 


8iiiffl6 « 


50 

52 

6 

1 


85 

63 

9 


85 


IfarriiMl •.. ..1...... 


115 


Widowed 


15 


Separate 


1 


Unknown 














ToUlfl « 


109 


107 


216 



Age of Patients Admitted Dceino Year Ending November 15, 1883. 



From 15 to 20 yean 
From 20 to 30 years 
From 30 to 40 years 
From 40 to 50 years 
From 50 to 60 years 
From 60 to 70 years 
From 70 to 80 years 
From 80 to 90 years 
Unknown 

Totals 



Males. 



6 
32 
29 
14 
17 
8 
2 



109 



Females. 



6 
82 
31 
22 
11 
2 
3 



107 



Total. 



12 
64 
60 
36 
28 
10 
5 



1 



216 



CAmas OF Disease in Patients Admitteo During Year Ending November 15, 1883. 



Exciting caose. 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Moral caoses ...... ...... ..t.^.ttr »„»,,»,, ^rTTTrr^-tTti-tttr^-" t..ttttt 


19 
15 
14 


31 
5 


50 


Intemoerance 


20 


Masturbation 


14 


ITt^rinf^ DifMMiiA.. 


4 

12 

1 

4 

1 

30 

6 

1 

12 


4 


Puerperal state « 




12 
1 


Ohanffe of life. i ♦ ,,.,.,,., ,,t 




4 


EDileDST • 


2 
25 
10 

1 
23 


3 


ntbcaltb « 


&% 


Other diseases 

FkiDescenoe...... •....•....*.■......•••..... ..•.....• ...•.....••..•....m 


16 
2 


Cnknown 


35 


Totals.. - 


100 


107 


216 



518 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8ECRETABT OF STATE. 



Cause of Death for Year Ending Nov£>[ber 15, 1883. 



Cause. 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Consumption 


5 
3 

8 
4 

1 


3 


8 


Apoplexy ; 


3 


**x^x^ J ...•«..•• .*.•.*••• .*•...•.• •...•• .....I •...•• ■•.••• ..•••• ..**•. 

General paralvsis 




8 


Exhaustion of dementia « 


1 


5 


Exhaustion of melancholia 


1 


Exhaustion of mania 


3 
1 
1 
3 
1 
4 
1 


3 


Suicide „ 




1 


Epilepsy « 


2 


3 


— "f^««»*^W T ......... ...... •..*•* ...... •(.•.. ••....... •••*•. .••...•>• ..••.•*. 

Senile decay 


3 


Chronic diarrhoea « 


'i 


2 


Dysentery « 


4 


Erysipelas 




1 








Totals 


24 


18 


42 







Occupation of Males During Year Ending Novem&er 15, 1883. 



Farmers 52 

Laborers 30 

Merchants 3 

Carpenters 3 

Shoemakers 1 

Moulders 2 

Peddlers 1 

Contractors 1 

Miners 2 

vyierKo M................................................M.. A. 

Saloon-keepers 1 

Undertakers 1 



Coopers 

Cabinet-makers 

Millers ifk 

Stonecutters 

Physicians 

Railroad conductors 

Butchers , 

Harness-makers 

None 



Total 



,109 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE OHIO SOL- 
DIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME, AT XENIA, OHIO, FROM 
NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 



Number of children Nov. 15, 1882 

Number admitted during the year 

Total number current year 

Number discharged 

Number died 

Number remaining in the Home No- 
vember 15, 1883 



00 



& 



436 
92 

528 

83 

3 

442 






241 
31 

272 

32 

1 

239 



3 

o 



677 
123 
800 
115 

4 

681 



Nativity of children. 



Ohio. 






371 
77 

448 

75 

3 

370 



5 



219 
30 

249 

27 

1 

221 



Othei' states. 



& 



65 

15 

80 

8 



72 



O 



22 
1 

23 
5 



18 



BOOUlL statistiob. 



519 



OocuPATiONB Taught. 



Occapation. 


Foreman. 


Occapation. 


Foreman. 


Telegraphy 

WcMxl carving 


A. B. Smith „ 

H. C. Hunt 


Printing 

Tinning 

Qartleninff 


H. L. Branson. 
C. C. Nelson* 


J. G. Ru0t 

J. E. McNeil 

Isaac B. Jonee ..... 

James Liddle 

8. Pittaford 


H. Swaby. 
David Evans. 
Wm. Graser. 


Fanning 

Carpenterinff 


Engineering 

Bakinff 


Painting 


Tailoring 


J. H. Korkman. 


QirU' sewing room 


Dress making department 


A. Pilkington. 





MoBTUAST Rbpobt FBOM NoVBMBBa 15, 1882, TO 



15, 1883. 



Boys 
Oirls. 



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2. 


3. 


4. 


5. 


6. 
6 


7. 

4 


8. 
5 


9. 

ft 


10. 
10 


11. 
12 


13. 


13. 14. 


1 • 

16.: 3 


Bovs 


3 
1 


3 
2 


11 
2 


20 


H 


2 . OS 


m^^jm ............... 

Giris 




1 



1 


2 5 j 5 , 6 


4 1 2 1 31 








' ! 123 


Total 


























••••••1 

i 


1 




1 



620 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8E0RBTABT OF STATE. 



STATISTIC Al REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE GIRLS' IN- 
DUSTRIAL HOME, AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, NEAR DELAWARE, 
FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO NOVEMBER 16, 1883. 

Number of inmates November 15, 1882 256 

Number of inmates admitted during the year.. 70 

Number of inmates returned during the year 14 

Total number current year 340 

Number discharged 32 

Number indentured 3 

Number in homes on trial 32 

Died 3 

ifumber remaining in the Home, November 15, 1883 270 

Occupations Taught. 



Housework. Sewing. Knitting. Laundry work. 

Aon OF Inmates Admitted During Cubrbnt Year. 



Ages 

Inmates 



9 
2 



10 
10 



11 
10 



12 
10 



13 
16 



14 
22 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE REFORM 
SCHOOL FOR BOYS, NEAR LANCASTER, FROM NOVEMBER 15, 1882, TO 
NOVEMBER 15, 1883. 

Number committed since the school was founded in 1858 3895 

Number cared for during the year just closed 673 

Number of boys received from November 15, 1882, to November 15, 1883 178 

Number of boys in the institution November 15, 1882 460 

Number of boys returned who were granted leave of absence 35 

Number of bo3rs granted leave of absence to go home 191 

Number of boys granted leave of absence for whom employment was found 4 

Number of boys apprenticed 12 

Number of boys discharged 3 

Number of boys transferred to other institutions 2 

Number of permanent escapes 12 

Number in the institution on November 15, 1883 449 

Cause of Commitment. 

Arson ! 2 

Assault and battery 4 

Administering poison with intent to kill 1 



800IAL gTATUnCB. 521 

AMaolt with intent to commit rape S 

Ananlt 5 

Boii^mry - 28 

Breaking in railroad car S 

Catting with intent to kill 1 

Catting with intent to woand ^ 2 

Grand larceny ^ 13 

Hooae breaking 2 

Obtaining goods ander falae pretenses ^ 3 

Obstmcting railroad 1 

Ptotit larceny ^ 106 

Perjury 1 

Bobbery :. ^ 2 

Vagrancy 1 

Willfal destruction of property » - 2 

Total 178 

Nativity of Ikmatbb. 

Ohio....„ 144 

Other sUtes -. 27 

Foreign countries » 7 

Occupations Taught Inhatbb. 

Music, Carpentering, Cooking, 

Florists, T^loring, Shoemakir.g, 

Brush making, Baking, Farming, 

Blacksmi thing. 



AOB OP IVMATBB. 



Tsn 



16 



Eleven. 18 

Twelve 26 

Diirteen - 21 

Foorteen 41 

Fifteen 88 

Sixteen 9 

Seventeen •« • •«. - 7 

Eighteen ^ « -... 

Nineteen 8 

Average age (17 4-5) ^ 178 

Showing Social and Mobal Condition op Inmai 



Homber who were full orphans ^ ^ ^ 18 

who had lost lather „ 61 

'* who had lost mother *. • 30 

" whose parents are both living 66 

*' whose father and mother were unknown 4 



622 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8E0BETABY OF STATE. 



Number whose father was onknown 3 

'' whose mother was unknown 1 

'' who had used profane language 168 

'' who had used tobacco 186 

" who had used intoxicating liquors 86 

** who were truant from school ~ 88 

" who had attended public schools 200 

** who had attended Sabbath school 89 

" whose fathers were intemperate 76 

** whose mothers were intemperate 8 

'' whose parents were separated 19 



C!0UNTIJES FROM WHICH InMATBS OF INSTITUTION WERE SeNT. 



Adams 1 

Allen 6 

Ashland ^ 6 

Ashtabula .» 4 

Athens^ 8 

Auglaize.^ 4 

Belmont 8 

Brown ^ 3 

Butler 2 

Carroll 2 

Champaign 3 

Clarke 24 

Clermont.. 1 

Clinton 4 

Columbiana 1 

Coshocton 4 

Crawford.. 5 

Cuyahoga 26 

Darke 2 

Delaware 3 

Erie 8 

Fau^eld 4 

Fayette 1 

Franklin.. 32 

Fulton 1 

Gallia 1 

Geauga.. 2 

Greene» 12 

Guernsey 4 

Hamilton 32 

Hancock.. 3 

Hardin.. 2 

Harrison 3 

Henrr.M 3 

Highland 4 

Hocking 7 

Holmes. 1 

Huron... 6 

Jackson .» 7 

Jefierson 10 

Knox 4 

Lawrence 8 

Licking 12 



Logan 3 

Lorain... 2 

Lucas 11 

Madison 3 

Mahoning 1 

Marion.. 1 

Meigs 1 

Mercer 1 

Miami... 6 

Medina 1 

Montgomery 21 

Morgan 3 

MufULingum 13 

Noble 1 

Ottawa 1 

Paulding.. 1 

Perry 2 

Pickaway 7 

Pike 1 

Portage 3 

Preble 2 

Putnam 4 

Richland 4 

Ross 7 

Sandusky 1 

Scioto 3 

Seneca 9 

Shelby.. 8 

Stark 6 

Summit 8 

Trumbull 3 

Tuscarawas 1 

Union 3 

Van Wert 6 

Vinton 3 

Warren 1 

Washington 7 

Wayne 4 

Williams 4 

Wyandot...^ 1 

TotaL 449 



SOCIAL 8TATI8TI0B. 



6SS 



STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE HOUSE OF 
REFUGE AND CORRECTION, AT TOLEDO. FROM NOVEMBER 15, ISO, 
TO NOVEMBER 16, 1883. 



Namber of boys in the institation November 
16, 1882 ^ 

Namber of boys admitted daring the year ... 

Total namber carrent year 

Namber discharged 

Namber apprenticed 

Escaped ^ 

Namber remaining in the institation Novem- 
ber 16, 1883 



187 
67 




Nativitv of rnmstif 



3 



• 

I 



S 




t 

Is 



244 



1S7 



73 



t>. 



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OCCCPATIOH.' 



Occupation. 



Knitting factory «.« 112 

Farming and general work 30 

Juaanory ....•• •••*•• ••••.. •*...• ..•«•• ••.«.«••• •••.••«•• ••••■••.. ..•«.« »■••*• •.*•*• »«•••« ».».— !■»«»»»»»' w^ 

£ngine>room ^ ....« .«»^..^ ..«»... ' 4 

Bakery 6 

General work in bailding 40 

Sobools » *. »..» »..».»„..». ^.«.- 1 ^7 

Tsilor-shop ..w-....« — .«- -« — 14 

AU boys ander }2 years of age are in school both forenoon and afteffnooo sPMooa. 
Those who are 12 yeani and older are in school one-half of each day, and work the 
other half. School ten months in the year. During the winter montha. ereciag 
schools in United States History and Civil Government are regnlariy oooducted. 



Agb op Inmatbs AmcrrTCD Crmxsrr Y 



10. . 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. Id. 






Males 



.1 10 I 8 • 10 ■ 7 

I I • I 



8 . 8 ; e 



524 ANNUAL REPOBT 8E0RBTART OF STATE. 

STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE WARDEN OF THE OHIO PENITENTIARY, 
COLUMBUS, FROM NOVEMBER 1, 1882, TO OCTOBER 31, 1883. 

NUMBEB OF PRI80NSBS IN THE INSTITUTION NOVEMBEB 1, 1882. 

Male 1,253 

Female 18 

Total 1,271 



NUMBER OF PBI80NBB8 ADMITTED DUBINO THE YEAR. 

Male 636 

Female 9 

Total 646 



TOTAL NUMBER CURRENT YEAR. 

Male 1,889 

Female 27 

Total 1,916 

NUMBER DISCHARGED. 

Male 694 

Female «... 9 

Total 603 



NUMBER DIED. 

Male * 28 



NUMBER REMAINING IN THE INSTITUTION OCTOBER 31, 1883. 

Male 1,269 

Female >, 18 

Total 1,287 



NATIVITY OF INMATES ADMITTED DURING THE YEAR. 

Ohio ^ 333 

Other states 223 

Foreign coontries 89 

Total 646 



BOOIAL STATISTIOB. 



525 



TERM OF UKTSMCB. 



Ktunber for one year 

** one to three years 

** three to five years 

" five to ten years 

** ten to fifteen years 

" fifteen to twenty years. 

•* for life 



Total 



165 

336 

94 

30 

11 

3 

6 



645 



CRIMES. 



Arson 

Assaalt to kill 

** wound 
rob 



Bribery 

Burglary 

Burglary and larcenv 

'* grand larceny. 

Bigamy 

Blackmail 

Cutting 

Cutting to kill 

** wound 

Embezzlement 



Male. .Female. 



Forgery 

Grand larceny 

House-bceaking and grand larceny 

HofB c st ealing 

Horse-sealing and grand larceny ... 
Incest 



Illegal voting 

Bfalicious destruction of property . 

Maimiuff 

Murderln second degree 

Manslaughter 

Obtaining goods by false pretense. 

Pockei-piclung 

Perjury 

Receiving stolen goods 

Bape 



Bape, attempU. 

Shooting to kill , 

Shooting to wound 

Throwing stones at railroad train. 

Tramping 

Violating pardon.. 

Robbery 



"} 



3 

9 
3 

4 
1 

59 

151 

12 

8 

1 



9 

20 
8 

42 

115 

3 

47 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 

11 
6 
6 

11 
1 
6 

20 

16 
9 
6 
6 
2 

27 



1 



1 



1 



Totals 



636 



9 



626 



ANNUAL BEPOBT 8B0BETABT OF STATE. 



Occupation op Thosb Received During the Year. 



Book-keepers 

Barbers 

Clerks 

Common laborers 

Commercial agents 

Farmers 

Mechanics 

Miners 

No occupation 

Peddlers 

Physicians 

Hostlers and teamsters 

Railroaders 

Stenographers 

Saloon-keepers 

Sailors 

Lawyers 

Teachers 

Telegraphers 

House-work 

Seamstresses 

Various miner occupations 



Totals 



Male. 



13 

22 

12 

212 

6 

36 

152 

13 

13 

4 

3 

43 

39 

2 

7 

12 

2 

5 

3 



38 



636 



Female. 



5 
2 



9 



Ages op Those Received During the Year. 



Number under 21 years 

From 21 to 30 years , 

From 30 to 40 years 

From 10 to 60 years 

From 50 to 60 years « 

From 60 to 70 years 

Over 70 years « 

Total „ 




Females. 



7 
2 



9 



SOCIAL 8TATIBTI0B. 



627 



Rbcx>rd of Dsaths. 



^1 



i 



Date 6t death. 



Cause of death. 



December 

December 

December 

December 

January 

January 

January 

January 

January 

February 

February 

February 

March 

April 

April 

May 

Biay 

May 

May 

June 
June 
July 
July 
July 



9, 1882... 

23, 1882... 

24, 1882... 
31, 1882... 

1, 1883... 

3, 1883... 

4, 1883... 
9, 1883... 

12, 1883... 

11, 1883... 

17, 1883... 

18, 1883... 
17, 1883... 

6, 1883... 

10. 1883... 

2, 1883... 

3, 1883... 

19, 1883... 
30, 1883... 

20, 1883... 
24, 1883... 

2, 1883... 

12, 1883... 
14, 1883... 



September 13, 1883... 
September 29, 1883... 



Committe<1 Buidde by hanging in his ce 11. 

Heart disease. 

Meningitis.^ 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Committed suicide by hanging in his cell. 

Indeed wound in head,^extending deeply into 
the brain, through the skull. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Bright's disease of the kidneys. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Typhoid fever— death caused by perforation of 
bowels. 

Congestion of brain, caused by measles. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Typhoid fever, with congestion of the brain. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Heart disease. 

Pulmonar3[ consumption. 

(Confined in insane asylum). Committed sui- 
cide by hanging. 

Diabf tea, with dropsy. 

Pulmonary consumption. 

Syphilitic ataxia. 

Koee cancer. 

Pulmonary consumption.^ 

General debility. 

Syphilis. 



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552 



ANNUAL REPORT 8E0RETART OF 8TATB. 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



EXPECTATION OF LIFE AT THE FOLLOWING AGES, CALCULATED IN 

YEARS AND HUNDREDTHS. 



BY DR. WILLIAM FABB. 



Age. 


Male. 


Fern. 


Age. 


Male. 


Fem. 


Age. 


Male. 


Fem. 


Age. 


Male. 


Fem. 





39.91 


41.85 


25 


36.12 


37.04 


60 


19.54 


20.75 


75 


6.49 


6.93 


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47.31 


26 


35.44 


36.39 


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30.09 


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49.40 


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35.75 


62 


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19.42 


77 


5.82 


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50.20 


28 


34.10 


35.10 


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17.67 


18.75 


78 


5.51 


5.88 


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49.81 


60.43 


29 


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34.46 


54 


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18.08 


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5.56 


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50.33 


30 


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33.81 


56 


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17.43 


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31 


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33.17 


56 


15.86 


16.79 


81 


4.66 


4.98 


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49.53 


32 


31.42 


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4.41 


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48.98 


33 


30.74 


31.88 


68 


14.68 


16.65 


83 


4.17 


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9 


47.74 


48.35 


34 


30.07 


31.23 


69 


14.10 


14.94 


84 


3.95 


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26.69 


66 


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41.67 


43 


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39.48 


40.29 


45 


22.76 


24.06 


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95 


2.17 


2.29 


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38.80 


39.63 


46 


22.11 


23.40 


71 


8.03 


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2.17 


22 


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38.98 


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22.74 


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7.62. 


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2.06 


23 


37.46 


38.33 


48 


20.82 


22.08 


73 


7.22 


7.71 


98 


1.85 


1.96 


24 


36.79 


37.68 


49 


20.17 


21.42 


74 


6.85 


7.31 


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100 


1.76 
1.68 


1.86 
1.76 



VITAL BTATIBTICS — K080L00T. 



558 



NOMENCLATURE AND CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES. 



Nosological Arbai^oement, Exhibiting the Number of Deaths and the CArfuts or 
Death in each County in Ohio, fob the Year endinq March 31, 1HH3. 



CLA88ES. 



I. Zymotic Diseases : — Zymotici, 
(Leftven.) 

Diseases that are either epidemic, 
endemic, orcoDtagioos; induced 
]>y some specific lK>dy, or bv the 
want or bad quality of food. 
II. Constitutional Disbahkm: — Ca* 
chfctici. (Bad habit of body.) 

Sporadic diseases; affecting several 
organs in which new morbid 
pnnlucts are often deposited ; 
sometimes hereditary. 
III. Local Diseases : — Monorganici. 

(.\lone, without others; organ.) 

Sporadic d ideates, in which the 
functions of particular organs or 
systems are aisturt>ed or obliter- 
ated, with or without tnflammo' 
tion ; sometimes hereditary. 



VI. 



Develop ^TENT A l Diseases: — Meta- 
morphici, (Change of form.) 

Special diseases, the incidental re- 
sult of the formative, reproduc- 
tive, and nutritive proceesea. 

Violent Diseases or Deaths: — 
Thanaiiei. ( Violent deaths. ) 

Diseases which are the evident and 
direct results of physical or chem- 
ical forces, acting either by the 
wiU of the sufferer, or other per- 
sons, or accidentally. 



0RDEB8. 
I.— Zymotic Diseases. 



1. Miasmatic Diseases. 

2. £u tike tic Diseases. 



3. DieUc 

4. Paraaitic D 



1. Diathetic Diseases. 



II. — C^*frnTTTTIONAI- DlSKi^ffFS. 

I 2. Tubercular 



m. — Local DtsEASBS. 



1. Diaeaacs of the Nervous System. 

3. Di s e as es of Organs of Circulation. 
S. Dimases of Respiratory Organs. 

4. I>iseasesof Digestive Organs. 



5. Diseases of Urinary Organs. 

6. Diseaaea of Generative Organs. 

7. Diseasea of Organs of Locomotion. 

8. Diseaaea of Integumentary System. 



554 



ANNUAL REPORT SBORBTART OF STATE. 



N0MBNCLA.TUBB AND Classification op Diseases — Oontinaed. 



ORDERS— Concluded. 



IV. — Developmental Diseases. 

1. Developmental Diseases of Children. 

2. Developmental Diseases of A.dult8. 



3. Developmental Diseases of Old Peo« 
pie. 

4. Diseases of Nutrition. 



V. — Violent Deaths. 



1. Accident or Negligence. 

2. Battle. 

3. Homicide. 



4. Suicide. 

5. Execution. 

6. Violeut Deaths, not included above. 



DISEASES. 

Class I. — Zymotic Diseases. 
I. — 1. MiatmcUie, Infectunts^ Contagious^ and Epidemic, 



1. Variola (Small-pox). 

2. Varioloidis (Varioloid). 

3. Morbilli (Measles). 

4. Miliasis (Miliary Fever). 

5. Scarlatina (Scarlet Fever). 

6. Tonsillitis (Quinsy). 

7. Pharingitis (Sore Throat). 

8. Diphtheria (Putrid Sore Throat). 

9. Parotitis (Mumps). 

10. Cynanche Trachealis (Croup). 

11. Pertussis (Whooping Cough). 

12. Febris Typhoidis (Typhoid Fever). 

13. Febris Recurrens (JElelapsing Fever). 

14. Febris Typhus (Typhus Fever). 

15. Febris Intermittens (Intermittent 

Fever, Ague, and Chills. ) 



16. Febris Remittens (Remittent or 

Bilious Fever). 

17. Febris Icterodes (Yellow Fever.) 

18. Febris Cerebro-spinalis (Cerebro- 

spinal Fever). 

19. Erysipelas (Erysipelas). 

20. Metria (Child-bed Fever). 

21. Anthrax (Carbuncle). 

22. Furmiculus (Boil). 

23. Influenza (Epidemic Catarrh). 

24. Dvsenterta (Dysentery Flux). 

25. DiarrhcBa (Diarrhoea). 

26. Cholera Biliosa (Cholera Morbus). 

27. Cholera Asiatica (Asiatic Cholera). 



I.— 2. EnUutic, 



1. Pyemia (Blood Poisoning). 

2. Septiciemia (Septic Poisoning). 

3. Syphilis (Syphilis). 

4. Gonorrhoja (Gonorrhoea). 

5. Stricture Urethee (Stricture of the 

Uretha). 



6. Equinia (Glanders). 

7. Rabies Canina (Hydrophobia). 

8. Pustula Maligna (Malignant Pus- 

tule). 



I.— 3. Dielic. 



1. Scorbutus et Purpura (Sea and Land 

Scurvy). 

2. Rachitis (Rickets). 



3. Ebriositas (Intemperance, Alcohol- 

ism). 

4. Privatio (Privation, Starvation.) 



I. — 4. ParoMtic. 



1. Alphthae (Thrush, Canker). 

2. Tnchina Spiralis (Trichinosis). 



3. Vermes (Worm Diseases). 



VITAL 8TATIbTI08— -NOBOLOGT. 



555 



NOMIMCLATUBB AND CLASSIFICATION OF DlSBASKS — Oootiliaed. 



Class II. — Constitutional Disxask. 



II.— 1. Diethelie. 



1. Podagrm (Goat). 

S. Rheomatismiis (Rheomaiism). 

S. Anemim (Anemia). 

4. Leokjemia (White filood). 

5. Ljrmphadenoina (Hodgkins' Dis- 
). 



6. Diabetes^ Diabetes). 

7. Asthma (Asthma). 

8. Cancer (Cancer). 

0. Melanosis (Melanosis). 

10. Noma (Canker). 

1 1 . Gangrena Senilis ( Mortification ) . 



II.— 2. Tuhrrcular. 



1. 8crofala (Scrofula). 

2. Tabercaloflis Mesenterica (Con- 

sumption of Bowels). 

3. Phthisis Palmonalis (Consumption). 

4. Peritonitis Tuberculosa (Tubercular 

Peritonitis;. 



5. Menin^tis Tuberculosa (Tubercular 

Meiungitis). 

6. Hydrocephalus (Dropsy of the 

Brain). 



Clash III. — Local Dissabjbs. 



III. — 1. Nervous SytUm. 



1. Meningitis ( Inflamation of the Mem- 

branes of the Brain). 

2. Encephalitis (Inflammation o^ the 

Brain). 

3. Myelitis (Inflammation of the Spinal 

Cord). 

4. Apoplexia (Apoplexy). 



5. 
6, 
i. 
8. 
9. 
10. 



Paralysis (Palsy). 
Chorea ^St. Vitus* Dance). 
Insanitas (Insanity). 
Kpilepsia (Knilepeis}. 
Tetanus (Lock- jaw). 
Convulsio (Convulsions). 



III. —2. Orgam of OirruMlwm, 



1. Canlitis (Inflammation of the 

Heart). 

2. Pericarditis (Inflammation of the 

Pericardium). 

3. Endocarditis (Inflammation of the 
' Endocardium). 

4. Morbui* Valvulonim ( Disease of the 

ValvMof the Heart). 

5. Hypertrophia Cordis (Enlargement 

of the Heart). 

6. Atrophia 0>rdis (Atrophy, or Wast- 

ing of the Heart). 



7. Degeneratio Cordis (Fatty Degen- 

eration of the Heart). 

8. Aneurisma 0>rdis ( Aneurism of the 

Heart). 

9. Aneurisms (Aneurism). 

10. Angina Pectoris (Breast-pang). 

11. Arteritis( Inflammation of Arteries). 

12. AU)ert>ma Arteriarum (Atheroma 

of Arteries). 

13. Phlebitis (Inflammation of Veins). 

14. Ha^matophilla ( Hiemorrhogic Dia- 



III. — 3. Rttpirakny Orgatu. 



1. Epistaxifi ( Bleeding at the Nose). 

2. Laryngitis (Inflammation of the 

T^rypTi 

3. Tracheitis (Inflammation of the 

Tracheal 

4. (Edema (flottidis (Dropsy of the 

(ilottis). 

5. Bronchitis (Bronchitis). 



6. 

«. 

9. 

10. 

U. 



Plenritb (Pleurisy). 
Hydrothorax ( Dropsy of the Chests. 
Fmypems <Pns in the r>»«N.tV 
Pneumothorax (Air in the Chest). 
Apoplexia Pulmonalls (Congestion 

of the Lungs K 
Pneumonia ( Pnenmonia). 



656 



ANNUAL BEPORT SECRETAKY OF STATE. 



N0HBNOLA.TURB ANB Classification op Diseases — Continued. 



CLASS III. — Local Diseases — Concluded. 
III.— 4. Digestive Organs, 



1. Glossitis (Inflammation of the 

Tongue. 

2. Stomatitis (Inflammation of the 

Mouth). 

3. Pharyngitis (Sore Throat). 

4. CEsophagitis (Inflammation of the 

Gullet), 

5. Gastritis (Inflammation of the Stom- 

ach). 

6. Entiritis (Inflammation of the Bow- 

els). 

7. Peritonitis (Abdominal Inflamma- 

tion). 

8. Ileus (Iliac Passion). 



9. Obstipatio (Constipation). 

10. Intus-susceptio (Invagination of the 

bowels). 

11. Hernia (Ru}>ture). 

12. Hdematemesis (Vomiting of Blood). 

13. Melsena (Purging Blood). 

14. Splenitis (Inflammation of the 

Spleen). 

15. Hepatitis (Inflammation of the 

Liver). 

16. Icterus (Jaundice). 

1 7. Chololithus ( Gall-stones) . 

18. Cirrhosis (Drunkard's Liver). 

19. Ascites (Abdominal Dropsy). 



III. — 6. Urinary Organ$.\ 



1. Nephritis (Inflammation of the 

Kidney). 

2. Ischuria (Suppression of Urine). 

3. Ischuria Vera (Retention of Urine). 

4. Diuresis (Excessive Secretion of 

Urine). 

5. Nepria— Morbus Brightii (Bright's 

Disease.) 



6. Diabetes (Diabetes). 

7. Calculus Vesicae (Gravel). 

8. Hsematuri ( Bloody Urine). 

9. Cystitis (Inflammation of the Blad- 

der). 
10. Morbus Prostaticus (Disease of the 
Prostrate Gland). 



III. — 6. Oenerative Organs, 



1. Hysteritis — Metritis (Inflammation 

of the Womb). 

2. Hydrops Ovarii (Ovarian Dropsy). 



3. Tumor Ovarii (Ovarian Tumor). 

4. Tumor Uteri (Uterine Tumor). 

5. Polypus Uteri (Uterine Polypus). 



III. — 7. Organs of Locomotion, 



1. Artherit'S (Inflammation of the 

Joints). 

2. Synovitis (Synovitis). 

3. Hydrarthrus (Dropsy of a Joint). 

4. Ostitis (Inflammation of Bones). 

5. Periostitis (Inflammation of the 

Periostium. 



6. Endostitis (Inflammation of the 

Marrow of Bones). 

7. Neciosis (Death of Bones). 

8. Atrophia Musculorum (^Atrophy, or 

Wasting of the Muscles). 



1. 
2. 



III. — 8. InUgumentary System, 



Pemphigus (Pemphigus). 
Rupia (Kupia). 



3. Abscessus (Abscess). 



Class IV. — Dbvelopm vtal Diseases. 
IV. — 1. Developmental Diseases — Adults ( Women), 



1. Chlorosis (Green Sickness). 

2. Partus Abortus (Abortion, Miscar- 

riage, Child-birth). 



3. Paramenia (Leucorrhoea.) 

4. Climacteria (Qhange of Life). 



VITAX. STATISTICS — H080L0QY. 



567 



NOMKNCLATURE AND CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES — Concluded. 



Dbvklopmbntal Diseases— Concluded. 

IV. — 2. Dfwlopmental Dueasfs of Old People, 
1. Senectos (Old Age). 

IV. — 3. DevehpmenkU Diwases of Children, 



1. Natns Mortaos (Still-bom). 

2. Prematura* Natus (Premature birth). 
Alilectasis Pulmoua (Uiiexpanded 

lung). 
Cymnosis (Blue Disease). 



3. 
4. 



5. Spina Bifida (Spina Bifida). 

6. Anus Imperforatus (Imperforate 

Anus;. 

7. Dentitis (Teething). 



IV. 



Drvelopmaxtal Disease* of Xuiriiion, 



1. Atrophia (Wasting). 

2. Asthenia (Weakness). 



3. Hypertrophia (Overgrowth). 

4. Degeneratio (Degeneration). 



Class V. — Violent Deaths. 
V. — 1. Accident or Negligence. 



1. Bums, Scald. 

2. Explosion. 

3. Frvexing. 

4. Lightning-stroke. 

5. 8an-atroke. 

6. Drowning. 

7. Hanging. 

v.— 2. BatUe, 

V. — 3. Homicide, 

v.— 4. Suicide. 

V. — 6. Execution. 



8. Sulfocation. 

9. Fractures or Contusions. 

10. Shot-wound. 

11. Cut or Stab- wounds. 

12. Snake-bite. 

13. Poison. 

14. Starvation. 

v.— 6. Violent deaths^ not included abote, 

V . — 7 . Suddrti di-aih* and cause u nknown^ 

not rejHjrted eUtwhert, 



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Counties. 



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6 


Cuvahoflca 






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37 


Darke - 


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27 
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