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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 29 October 1885

s - * - * ' > iStf ® tt 4 If fr Wfj ' W ; H. HAYDEN & CO , & : t ' OFFER [ HE MATCH ARGAINS ! We cordially invite the attention of the general public to the following price q. " list of our Complete Stock of Groceries and Provisions : .1" We carry a full line of the Best Groceries money can buy and will give you Lowest Possible Prices. These Only ! I' FINRST ASSORTMRNT OF IS T T T / A ATT / A T T T T O ELEGANT CARPETS r ' > IN THE REPUBLICAN VALLEY. CLOT T X 1 IN 1- & In Immense Quantities and at All Prices. BUY OUR : BOOTS AND SHOES ! E AS THEY ARE THE BEST ON EARTH. & HAYDEN & CO. , DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ft McCOOK LOAN AND TRUST CO. > A OF McCOOK , NEBRASKA. Makes First Mortgage Loans on Farm Property , . OFFICE IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. A. CAMPBELL , PRESIDENT. B. M. FREES , 1ST VICE PRESIDENT. . . . . . , -V-GEO. HOCXNELL , SECRETARY. R. O. PHILLIPS 2ND VICE PRESIDENT. F. L BROWN , TREASURER. C. E. McPHERSON & CO. K * i II , , S ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

* ; ; . ; - ' , - * ? ' . - . ; > ' ' ' ; _ vU * , - ; . . . .i ' - / " " ' ' - ' , * , r / ' ( . . ' < - , , a' / vi k ? VOLUME IV. McCOOK , RED "WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 5 , 1885. NUMBER 23. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCook , Nebraska. a. 1. UW3 , Bigiiter. C. F. BASCOCS , Secelnr. OFFICE HOURS : From 0 A. M. to 12 M. , an'd 1 to 4 P. M. , mountain time. COCHRAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law & Gen'l Agents , McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt and careful attention Riven to Law Cases In all the Courts of the State and nil classes of U. S. Land .Ilurlncss transacted liuforc the local onice ot McCoot. Xcbratika , nnd the Interior Department at Yfruhliizton , 1) . lContents a specialty. Will pnis- ecute claims for Pensions and claims for Increase of 1'enslons. Xotnrlal business done i.nd lands bought and sold on reasonable terms. { 3 ? ° Ottlcc. 2d door south of the U. S. Land Olllce. S.29 THOS. GOLFER , ATTOKNEY : AT - : - LAW , AND NOTARY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

THE M'COOK TRIBUNE. SUPPLEMENT. McCOOK , NEB. NEWS OF NEBEASKA &TATB VETERINARIAN AND LIVE STOCK COMMISSION. Lincoln special to the Omaha Herald : The state veterinarian and live stock commission started this afternoon on a trip to the northern part of the state. Complaints of glandered horses have come in from Jackson , Ponca and Dakota City , and these points will be visited and the cases examined , and if they are fonnd to be glanders in fact , tho animals will be con demned and killed. The prevalence of the disease among the horses of the state is far greater than has * ' been imagined , and it is evident that the * establishment of tho commission and the K appointment of a state veterinarian came none too soon. The commission has been traveling almost constantly examining into complaints and condemning and destroy ing stock , but they have found it impossi ble to keep up with the demands upon them , and there are now eighty-one com plaints that havo been reached. An interes...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

_ , F ' * T/TB JOB SO XOVQEtt. 3fr. Thonian of the Civil Service Commltslon Sands the President Bla Resignation. tho spoils system of distributing patron age. Strenuous and sincere argument , ant also deliberate perversion , mark the op position of different groups of antagonists and yet it must be conceded that the majority of the political leaders in either party is in accord with tho Pendloton law if its original enactment and emphatic endorsement by subsequent congresses were honest legislative expressions.and noi the coercion of moral cowardice by popular sentiment nor partisan legerdemain. In the great task of tho administrative form which you have undertaken in accordance with personal and party pledges , the peo pie will give aid. It has been my pleasure within tho last two months to visit quite a number of states and territories of the union and it was my good fortune to mcel many of their citizens. It is gratifying to know that the people confide in the un equivocal intent...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

ITMKJS..V j9 * - . .jvxfw ? 4rsaBj5S , $ V- > A . - H * T J1 " * " f * Vit i""p" * fjr j 4 * ' " " j * 1 THE JOB yo ZOXOER. atr. T/joman oMe Cfttfl Service Commission Hands the President HI * Resignation. tho spoils system of distributing patron ago. Strenuous and sincere argument , am also deliberate perversion , mark the op position pi different groups of antagonists and yet it must be conceded that th majority of the political leaders in cither party is in accord with the Pendleton law if its original enactment and emphatic endorsement by subsequent congresses were honest legislative expressions , and noi the coercion of moral cowardice by popular sentiment nor partisan legerdemain. In th e _ great task ol tho administrative form which you have undertaken in accordance with personal and party pledges , the poo pie will give aid. It has been my pleasure within the last two months to visit quite a number of states and territories of the union and it was my good fortune to mcel m...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. TuBrcBtiltof Tuesday's election indi- catofi clearlyand in tones unmistakable , the temper of that portion of the voters of this county who have ever been "left out in the cold , " through the over-reach ing selfishness of some on the one hand and treachery at home on the other. It shows a determination to no longer brook humiliation and defeat through an inclination , which has heretofore op erated , to concede and compromise , when such measures , so conducive to party harmony and success , are not ap preciated and recognized. It is the ex pression of a desire for equity , long denied , hut finally compassed , by a pop ular and almost unanimous recognition of the local issue forced upon them. An issue at once impolitic and unnecessary , in view of the honorable and more than equitable concessions and overtures made on the part of the leaders in this section of the county , to no avail. So r much fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

Thursday , November 5th , 1885. COIfGIlEGATIONAL.-Sunday School at 10 A. M. every week. Prcachinjr services every Sunday night at 7.30. W . T. Also , every iiltcr- nate Sundny mornimr nt II , M. T. Exception * to the above will be noticed in locals. OEOHOK UUNOAN , Pastor. METHODIST. Services every Sunday ut 10 : 30 A. M. and 7 1' . M. . mountain time. Sunday School nt 3 P. M. The services and Sunday school will bo held for the future in the now church. Allnrecordialiyinvitcd. Seats free. iv. S. WHEELEH , Pnstor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in tho church once every four weeks. THOMAS CULLEN , Pastor. WcCOOIC LODGE A. F. & A. M. Regular meetings , Tuesday night on or before full moon of every month. S. L. GKEEN , W. M. F. L. McC.nACKEX , GKOVE LODOK K. HP P. . ( J. D. Meets the first and third Wedned- iay evening of each mouth. J. v > r. CAMPBELL , C. C. A. M. SPALDINO , K. K. S. HOCKNELL HOSE COMPANY. ular meetings on the first Wednesday evoiiin of each month. 11. B. AIIC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

THE EVENING STAB. Along the grassy slope I eifc , And dream of other years ; My heart is full of solt regrets , My eyes of tender tears. The wild bees hummed about tho spot , The sheep-bells tinkled lar , Xast year when Alice sat with me g. Beneath the evening star. The same sweet star is o'er me now , Around the same stilt hours ; But Alice moulders in tho dust With all tho last year's flowers. I Bit alone , and only hear The wild bees on the steep , And distant bells that seem to float From out tho folds of sleep. RICHARD HENRY SIODDABD. FAME YEBSUS LOVE , BY FLORENCE REVERE PJENDAR. "It cannot be ! " - As these words fell from Helen Arm strong's lips she arose from her seat an old overturned boat and moved slowly toward the water's edge. For a moment her companion a man of perhaps twenty-five hesitat ed ; then he joined her , repeating : "It cannot be , Helen ? Surely you are not in earnest. You love me have you not said it ? and yet you refuse to become my wife ! " "Edwin , I " ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

& ' v # r ' - * iriai JUAXZ zirzs. f Four Times Sentenced to DeaUi So Escape f on Tcclitcallties. Salt Lako City dispatch : Five years ago last .July , John F. 'J urner , a young man just starting out in life for himself , was V'\ murdered in camp at Park City , and tho two teams taken by Fred Hopt , alias "Welcome , and ono Emerson , driven into "Wyoming and sold. They covered tho body of Turner with sacks of grain in one of tho wagons , and hauled it to a spot thirty miles from tho scene of the murder , where they hid it , and where it was found tea days afterwards. Hopt was arrested at Cheyenne , 500 miles fro n where the mur der was committed. He resisted arrest , while Emerson sent for the officers to come and get him at Carbon , Wyo. Emerson was tried twice and sent to the penitentiary for life. Hopt asked for a continuance of his case , but this w as denied. He was tried and sentenced to be shot , but secured a new trial through an appeal to the supremo court of the Unite...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 5 November 1885

W. H. HAYDEN & CO. , , # I . OFFER [ HE MA BftAIBS I f * We cordially invite the attention of the general public to the following1 price list of our Complete Stock of Groceries and Provisions : 12 pounds of Granulated Sugar for. . . ' . $1 00 13 pounds of Extra " 0" Sugar for 1 00 9 pounds of Best Green Coffee for 1 00 7 pounds of Arbuckles Coffee for ; 1 00 7 pounds of Dilworths Coffee for ' . 1 00 Griswolds Coffee , in tin buckets 00 Michigan Fine Salt , in barrels . " . . _ . . ' . ' . . . . - . 2 50 11 pounds "Best Summer-Cured Cod Fish. . . ' . " 1 00 .20 sacks , 3-pound Dairy Salt ' . . . . . . . . . 1 00 6 3-pound cans best Table Peaches . . . ' 1 00 8 2-pound cans best Raspberries . ; . 'i- 1 00 10 2-pound cans best Strawberries . . . ' : . . . ; " . . . 1 00 10 2-gound cans best Corn 100 10 2-pound cans best Blackberries 1 00 10 2-pound cans best Gooseberries 1 00 13 pounds good Ring Cut Apples 1 M 1C pounds good Michigan Dried Apples 1 00 4 cans best Corn Beef 1 00 25 ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

a&r * r I McCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 12 , 1885. NUMBER 24. COUNTY SURVEYOR , HED WILLOW COUNTY. Keops certified plats of all hinds in the Hitchcock land district. Special attention given to till such business. Correspondence solicited. - - . J. E. OASTBKHG. j ! DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR , 'AND CIVIL ENGINEER. j t3"Govcrntnent Claims Located and Sur veyed. Correspondence solicited. Ollice above Parley & Danube's incut market G. W. M1NKLER , > Surveyor and Civil Engineer. 1ST will do all kinds of Surveying , Grading , Leveling : , etc. Will establish regular sub division corners , and re-establish lost corners , and give certified PLATS of surveys ; the plats being as good us the County Kecords. Itesidencc at McCook , the llrst dwelling N. W. of the school house. , Du. A. J. SHAW , j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON/ McCOOK , - XEIJISASKA. j t3T" Oilico in the JlcCook Banking Co.'b Building. ! Dn. Z. L. KAY , i ! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , AIcCOOK. XCBKASKA....

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

IHE TBIBUNE. F. M. Ss E. M. K1M2XXXX , , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB NEWS OF MBBASKA HE SHOT His ABB Ait ANT. "I shot a man at Florence last night andwant to givo myself up , " was the remark , which , given in a low , calm tone of voice , greeted Mr. Miller as he opened the doors of the county jail in response to a knocK , about one o'clock yesterday morning. The speaker was Lafayette Powell , a carpenter who lives in the little village of Florence , six miles north of the city. He was placed in a cell where he remained the rest of the night. He was seen yesterday by a repor ter for the Herald , and told his story as follows : Snnday night he went to church in the village with his mother. The service was held in a school about half a mile from his home. . After he had entered the ' room ho was informed that there was a plot on foot to kill him. A few minutes later a man came to where ho was seated and told him that there was some one out side who wanted to to speak to him. He at once went p...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

' XESXIIfG HIS PHYSICAL CONOHIOS 'How Gen. Grant Proceeded to Ascertain Hit Zrue Situation. The current number oi tno cwnrnrj ati azine. says a New York dispatch , has , in part , a reproduction of a letter written by < 3en. Grant to Dr. Douglas while on Mt , McGregor , and in the text of this partially produced letter the general made refer cnce to a "previous letter" in like strain Che prompting causes of that previous lefc- 'ter and the letter itself are made public as lollowe : Gen. Grant reached Mount Me Gregor on June IGth , and that "night he elept ten hours and well. The next after noon the general sat upon the cottage piazza alone and in deep thought. Sud denly , as though after mature reflection he had formed a resolve , the general sum moned his servant and started down tho steps and walked to the bluff of the moun tain. There he sat upon a rustic chair with his eyes bent to the earth , his features drawn and an intense expression of intro spection on his face. He had ...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

F. M. & E. M. KIMMELL , Editors and Publishers. Official City and County Paper. - Tnc Stratton Gazette by Clias. Love is the latest candidate for public ap proval. THE journalistic field in Hitchcock county is pretty well represented by six newspapers. TllE People's Ticket was successful throughout in Hayes countThe herd Jaw carried by a majority of 133. EISLEV'S cake was "muchly" dough , while Solomon's Sun shines forth with its accustomed brilliancy since Novem ber 3d. THE Republican ticket was elected in Pumas , county , except , the treasurer. Corbin's pole was too lengthy by about 175 votes. "WAIT until we hear from Ohio" is an old cry of the past.The Buckeye State's constitution was changed at the last election , thus doing away with the last of the October States , a commend able move. ' IT was not a republican whirlwind in Iowa , Larrabce's majority now being es timated at between six and seven thous and. But it is enough for the present occasion. Prohibition has not par...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

Thursday , November 12,1885. OONGKEGATIOXAL. Si A. M. every week. Proachinjr bcrvlces overv Sunday nijrht lit 7.30. 31. T. Also , every nltcr- unto Sunday morning at 11. M. T. Exception * . Jo the above will be noticed In loculs. Gr.oiKJK DUNGAK. 1'iislor. 3IETHODIST. Services every Sunday nt ID : SO A. M. and 7 P. M. . mountain time. Sunday .School at ! 5 P. M. The tcrvices und Sunday school will be held for the futuro in the * now church. AU nro cordially invited. Seats free. W. B. WHEKUIH , 7'iisfor. CATHOLIC. Services will be held in the church once every four weeks. THOMAS Cn-r.n.v , Pastor. McCOOlC I.ODGI3 A. V. & A. M. Regular meetings , Tuesday night nn or hcfore lull moon of every month. S. It. G1CEE.V , W. . ' . ! . K. L. MrCitACKUX. Secretary. Wu.r.mv Gnovn Loiidi : K. OP P. , U. D. Meets the first mid thirdVcdiies - lday evening of i-ach month. .1. W. OAMi'iiKLr. , C. C. A. M. Si-Ar.DiNO. K. U. S. HOCK.NKM. IIOSB COMPANV IOR- ! ular mpctinursoii thellrst Wednesday ' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

B1Y SAINT. She does not smile from canvas rare , Transfigured by soino master old , Nor held in niche ; or alcove stand , Revealed in stone or precious gold. 8he lias no Bhrine where tapers burn , And in her name no prayer ascend ; No weary pilgrims come from far Before her altar-fires to bend. And yet of all the blessed names That vellumed page or bard hath told That live hi Raphael's matchless art , Or sculptured marble , pure and c61d , 3 hold my unanointed saint The noblest , dearest , ol them all. About her path a radianco glows From out her hands rich blessings fall The poor and lowly kiss her feet , The hungry cluster round her door ; Tho stricken and the desolate Forget their griefs and mourn no more And somewhere in that deathless land , For which pur weary spirits faint , Beside the King I know that I Shall find anointed , crowned , ily Saint HELEN CUASE. "Elsie ! " Walter Hartman's tone of sorrow ful amazement made his young wife spring hastily to her feet. Shehadnot hear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

" ; Tft ? R'Ur U-r JFTOTJEJME OF GENERAL ZPCZEZtAlf. IJiat ia Mortal of Gen. George S. SfcClel- lan Tenderly Consigned to tlie Grave. New York dispatch : 'At 10 o'clbek thia I morning tho body ol Gen. Georgo B. Mc- Clellan was removed from the house ol W. C. Prime in east Twenty-third street to ' Madison Square Presbyterian church , - where the last funeral services were per formed by tho pastor , Rev. Dr. Charles H. C' Parkhurst. Although tho morning' broke > i- dark and gloomy , with occasional bursts ol rain.yethundreds of people gathered in the i- neighborhood of tho church and Mr. Prime's % ' house. Squads of police officers began to | arrive early and were placed in position to < f'- preserved order. Two hundred and fifty men were eploycd in lines extending from Mr. Prime's house to the church , two blocks ' away , while other o'fficers guarded the church door and passages leading to them. No one was admitted within the doors of the Prime mansion , and only the pall bear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 12 November 1885

i Tin is WILCOX & FOWLER'S. Successors to WILCOX BROS. Thanking the customers who have so stead ily patronized" the old firmwill , assure them that the new firm will CONTINUE to meet all competition for all Standard Goods. BELOW YOU WILL FIND A PARTIAL LIST OF OUR MANY BARGAINS : 12 Ibs. Granulated Sugar for $1.00 13 Ibs. White Ex. 0. " Sugar for 1.00 14 Ibs. Yellow "Ci" Sugar for. . ' . 1.00 New York Buckwheat Flour Cc. a Ib. Finest Maple Syrup. . $1.20 per gal. New Sorghum. .50c. a gal. All California Table Fruit 25c. a can. Wheeler's 3 Ib. Table Peaches 20c. a can. G cans for $1.00 BSF" All other canned goods as low as any'house in town for same grade of goods. CAN SAVE Tl Men's Arctics § 1.75 Mens' and Boys' Boots from $1.00 to $3.00 SS All grades of Woniens' . Misses' and Ghildrens' Slices , from French Kid to the Coarsest. Cotton Flannels from Gc. to ISc. per yard. Heavy Medicated Twilled Flannel 40c. worth 50c. NEW HOODS , SHAWLS , DRESS GOODS , PRINTS , GINGHAMS , HATS A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

i I ! VOLUME IV. MeCOOK , RED WILLOW COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 19 , 1885. NUMBER 25. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE McCOOK , NEBRASKA. 0. L. LAWS , 2csiicr. o. r. SABOE , ae OFHCE Hoims : From 1 > A. 31. to 12 M. , and 1 to 4 V. M. , mountain time. COCIlllAN & HELM , Attorneys-at-Law ® Gen'l Agents , f.- McCOOK , : NEBRASKA. Prompt nmlcareful nttcntloii Ivcn to La\r Cafes In nil llie Courts of tlic State and nil classes of I . S. Land llui-lncBS transacted licforu the local oilier nt McCook. Xeltraska , mid the Interior Department at Washington , I ) . C. Coiitcvtsn specialty. Will pros- ccutc claims for I'rnslons and claims for Increase of Pension * . Xotnrlal business done i.nd laudg liouxlit and old on reasonable tcnns. { 3 ? OJIlce. 3d door south of the U. S. Land OIHce. 3.2U T1IOS. COLFEK , ATTOKNEY - : - AT - : - LAW , AND NOTAKY PUBLIC. Agent for tlio Lincoln Lund Company. Heal Estate Nought and Sold and Collections Made. J39 OHice , Opposi...

Publication Title: Mccook Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McCook tribune — 19 November 1885

- THETEIBUNE. . F. M. & E. M. , Pubs. McCOOK , NEB EBWS OF NEBRASKA KING CORN nf NEBRASKA. Superintendent Lane of the census has just completed the compilation of the returns made by the census enumerators , of the corn crop of 1884. The result is given below by coun ties , and the crop of 1879 is also given by j ay of comparison. The crop of 1885 is estimated to be five per cent greater in yield and ten per cent greater in acreage than that of 18S4 , which would make the crop this year about 150,000,000 bushels. COUNTIES. 1884. 1879. Adams 3,034,990 900,806 Antelope 1,220,425 228,300 "Elaine s Not formed. TJoone l,2G5,257i 248,715 3Jrown 185,329 Not formed. Uuffalo 1,736,332 369,907 Butler. 3,942,109 1,640,046 2,848,180 1,665,484 Cass . 5,133,325 4,412,032 Cedar. . (547,192 217,161 Chase . Cheyenne. . . . 2,000 ' Cherry . 52,540'Not formed. Clay . 3,724,665 1,533,821 , Colfax . 1,691,640 816,977 Cuming . , 1,930,956 380,413 duster. . 1,064,770 34,315 -Dakota . , 951,601 496,645...

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