f 305.859,948 bushels, valued at $82,582,186; the first in hay; and the second in oats.
The equalized valuation of all taxable property was $539,673,691; and the total bonded debt was $10,937.
During the past five years the bank deposits have more than doubled; nearly 1,500 miles of railroad are under construction, which will make the entire mileage about 5,000.
The population in 1890 was 1,911,896; in 1900, 2,231,853.
See United States, Iowa, vol.
Robert Lucasassumes officeJuly, 1838
John Chambers July, 1841
James ClarkJuly, 1845
Ansel Briggsassumes office1846
Stephen Hempstead.Dec., 1850
James W. GrimesDec., 1854
Ralph P. LoweDec., 1858
Samuel J. Kirkwood Jan., 1860
William M. StoneJan., 1864
Samuel MerrillJan., 1868
C. C. CarpenterJan., 1872
Samuel J. Kirkwood. Jan., 1876
Joshua G. NewboldactingJan., 1876
John H. Gear.assumes officeJan. 1878
Buren R. Sherman Jan. 1882
William LarrabeeJan. 1886