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OHIO.—Chillicothe. | IOWA.—Fort Des Moines,
INDIANA.—Indianapolis. | Council Bluffs,
ILLINOIS.—Springfield. | Fort Dodge,
MISSOURI.—Booneville, | Sioux City.
Ironton. | WISCONSIN.—Menasha,
ALABAMA.—St. Stephens,* | Falls of St. Croix,
Greenville,* | Stevens's Point,
Huntsville,* | La Crosse,
Tuscaloosa,* | Bayfield,
Elba,* |  Eau Claire.
Demopolis,* | CALIFORNIA.—San Francisco,
Montgomery, | Marysville,
Centre.* | Humboldt,
MISSISSIPPI.—Washington,† | Stockton,
Paulding,† | Visalia.
Jackson, | OREGON.—Oregon City,
Columbus.† | Roseburg.
LOUISANA.—New Orleans, | MINNESOTA.—Taylor's Falls,
Opelousas,‡ | St. Cloud,
Monroe,‡ | Winnebago City,
Greensburg,‡ | Minneapolis,
Natchitoches,‡ | St. Peter,
ARKANSAS.—Batesville,§ | Du Luth.
Little Rock, | KANSAS.—Topeka,
Washington,§ | Humboldt,
Huntsville,§ | Junction City.
Clarksville,§ | WASHINGTON T.—Olympia,
Champagnole.§ | Vancouver.
FLORIDA.—Tallahassee, | NEBRASKA T.—Omaha City,
St. Augustine,∥ | Brownsville,
Newnansville,∥ | Nebraska City,
Tampa,∥ | Dakota City.
MICHIGAN.—Detroit, | NEW MEXICO T.—Santa Fé.
East Saginaw, | DAKOTA T.—Vermillion.
Ionia, | COLORADO T.—Denver
Marquette, | NEVADA.—Carson City.
Traverse City.
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*Closed: business performed at MONTGOMERY.
†Closed: business performed at JACKSON.
‡Closed: business performed at NEW ORLEANS.
§Closed: business performed at LITTLE ROCK.
∥Closed: business performed at TALLAHASSEE.
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