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name a postoffice in Lincoln County.

name a station on the Union Pacific Railway, in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 23 miles from North Platte. Population, 25.

Burk, R.C. - station agent
Carson, Cyrus - blacksmith
Citizens State Bank
Cratsenberg, W. - shoemaker
Fisher, R.D. - justice
Giffin, J.H. - general merchandise
Kraxberger Brothers - agriculture implements
Marcott, J.M. - drugs
Mathewson, G.D. - postmaster
Potter & Potter - saloon
Stevens, J.W. - physician
Stockton & Stockton - general merchandise

name a flag station on the Union Pacific Railway, five miles west of North Platte.

name a postoffice in the southern part of Lincoln County, 30 miles south of North Platte.

Buchanan, O.H.P. - postmaster, justice
Rose, A.P. - blacksmith

name a postoffice in the eastern part of Lincoln County about eight miles from Brady Island.

name a flag station on the U. P. Ry., five miles east of Paxton.

name a flag station on the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad (B&MRR), in the southwestern part of Lincoln County, about eight miles east of Wallace.

Anthes, J.W. - general merchandise
Hopkins, J.A. - justice
Mathews, Wiley - postmaster

name is a country postoffice in Lincoln County, 18 miles from North Platte.

Garrison, E.L. - justice
Orr, A.D. - postmaster


name

name   a flag station on the U. P. Ry., six miles east of North Platte.

name a postoffice 30 miles northeastern of North Platte, Population: 30.

Alexander, J.M. - agriculture implements
Burdick, E.P. - general merchandise
Campbell, W.F. - justice
Cary, Edgar A. - postmaster
Fox, Cyrus - agriculture implements
Goodenow, M.E. - dressmaker
Hawkins, H.W. - blacksmith
Miller, Jacob - blacksmith
Peterson, G.W. - justice
Smith, L.P. - agriculture implements
Spafford, B. - dressmaker
Spigel, F.M. - justice

name a postoffice in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 13 miles southeast of North Platte, and about six miles from Brady Island, a station on the Union Pacific Railway.

name a postoffice in Lincoln County recently established.

name a flag station on the Union Pacific Railway, five miles west of Brady Island.

name a postoffice in the extreme southwestern part of Lincoln county, eight miles south of Dickens, a station on the B. & M. R. R.

name a post office in the northeastern part of Lincoln County, about 20 miles northeast of Maxwell, the nearest railway station.

name a station on the Union Pacific Railway, in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 14 miles east of North Platte. About 70 people chiefly farmers, receive their mail here.

Horne, C.W. - station agent, postmaster
Roberts, G.W. - justice

name a postoffice in the northern part of Lincoln County, 20 miles from North Platte.





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name in the north-central part of Lincoln County, of which it is the county seat, is situated near the north and south forks of the Platte river and on themain line of the Union Pacific Railway, 291 miles west of Omaha. It is the first passenger division of the road west from the eastern terminus of the line, and extensive repair shops are located here, employing a large number of men. The city is at an altitude of 2,796 feet above the sea level. It is substantially built and has a population of 3,500. The fine brick court house cost $20,000, and the school house $15,000. Among the recent improvements are the First National Bank building, cost $29,000 and the North Platte National Bank, cost $25,000, which are built of pressed brick and are of beutiful architecture. Also, the Neville block, a spacious and well ventilated office block, of brick, and cost nearly $15,000, besides several brick store buildings and residences. The city is lighted by both gas and electricity, and has ample water works which cost $75,000. The North Platte Creamery, built at a cost of $10,000, and having a capacity of 5,000 pounds per day, is one of the important enterprises of the city. The roller flour mill has a capacity of 150 barrels per day. The Platte valley has been largely devoted to cattle raising, many large ranches being in this vicinity, but a farming population is rapidly occupying for agriculture. The North Platte Telegraph, J.M. Ray publisher, the North Platte Current, published by Wm. H. Mullane and the Lincoln County Tribune, are progressive newspapers. The churches of the city are Presbyterian, Episcopal, Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist and Unitarian.

Adams, Sam - contractor
Auig, James - shoemaker
Ayers, A.B. - dentist
Barrett, A. - notions
Belton, James - furniture
Besack, Daniel - livery
Bewick, S.C. - grocery
Bixler, J.W. - attorney
Birge, W.W. - lumber
Blankenburg, E. - harnessmaker
Boal, S.H. - real estate, loans, insurance
Boyer, P. - hotel
Brau, Fred - restaurant
Broach, W.H. photographer
Brodbeck & Gramann - meat market
Broeker, F J. - merchant tailor
Brown, B. - clothing
Brown, William - loans
Campbell, G. C. - real estate
Carlson, A. P. - merchant tailor
Church, A. H. - judge 10th Judicial District
Clark, Smith - coal
Clinton C.S. - watches, clocks
Conway Sisters - millinery
Current (The), William H. Mullane, editor and proprietor
Dick, F. N. - physician
Dick, F. N & Company - drugs
Donaldson, N. F. - physician
Douglas, N.F. - dry goods, clothing
Dullard, J. P. - physician
Duncan, D. R. - physician
Eierdam, T. H. - shoemaker
Einstein, Max - clothing
Eves, William - physician
Federhoof, J.C. - proprietor, Nebraska House
Field, G.T. - real estate, insurance
Fillion, J.F. - plumber, tinner
First National Bank, capital $50,OOO - T.J. Foley, president
First National Bank - B. Conklin cashier, Arthur McNamara, assistant cashier
Fogel, H.W. - blacksmith, wagonmaker
Foley, T.J. - general merchandise
Forrest, R.F. - attorney
Fort, I.A. - surveyor, real estate
French, George E. - attorney
Gantt, T.F. - attorney
Genther, Henry - shoemaker
Gertler & Waldmath - saloon
Grady & Egan - general merchandise
Grimes, H.M. - attorney
Hammond, E.W. - books, stationery, toys
Hannan, John - fence manufacture
Harrington & Tobin - grocery, grain, hay
Hawley House, L.T. Roberts proprietor
Hershey & Company - agriculture implements
Hingston, J.W. - physician
Hinman, Beach I. - attorney
Hoagland, J.S. - attorney, notary
Huffmann, Mrs. G S. - millinery
Hupfer, J. C. - saloon
Hutchings, S. W. - shoemaker
Iddings, C F. - lumber
Isenhart, Gannt & Swanson - blacksmiths
Keen, J.C. - gunmaker
Keith, H. S. - hardware, furniture
Klenk & Gatward - meat market
Kramph, Miss Annie - florist
Laing, Guy A. - saloon, billiards
Lemon, W. C. - attorney
Lincoln County Tribune, Stevens & Bare - publishing
Longley, F H. - drugs, physician
Lyon, W. M. - barber
McCabe, N. - physician
McChesney & Company - cigar manufacture
McDonald, Charles - banker, grocery
McEvey, P. H. - watches, clocks
McGee, N.W. - real estate
McGee, W.L. - hardware
McKay, George G. - dry goods
McLean H. - shoemaker
Martin Brothers - bakery, confectionery
Martin & Nauman - meat market
Minshall, A.J. - grocery, crockery
Minshall, Mrs. A. J - lodging
Monson, J.S. - upholsterer
Morsch, Joseph - barber, bathroom
Mullane, William H. - editor and proprietor, The North Platte Current
Nebraska House, J.C. Federhoof, proprietor
Nesbitt, J.C. - register U S land office
Neville, William - attorney-at-law, President North Platte Town Lot Company
Noble, C.C.- boots and shoes
North Platte Lumber Company, O.O. Carnahan manager, lumber
North Platte Mill & Elevator Company, M.T.Allum secretary
North Platte National Bank, capital $75,000, A.D. Buckworth president, J.E. Evans, cashier
North Platte Telegraph, James M Ray, editor and publisher
North Platte Town Lot Co, William Neville president, T.C. Patterson secretary
O'Hare, Mrs. Mary - bakery
Olds, N.B. - grocer
Ormsby, Charles F. - groceries, etc.
Otten, H. - boots and shoes
Ottenstein, J.K. - barber
Patterson & Alexander - grading contractor
Patterson, T.C. - real estate
Patterson, W.J. - blacksmith
Peale, F. - paints, wall paper
Ray, James M. - editor and publisher, North Platte Telegraph
Ray, James M. - attorney and notary
Renine, H.C. - dry goods
Rhea, H.D. - attorney
Ritner, W.C. - marble works, livery
Roberts, L.T. - proprieter, Hawley house
Ross, Miss E.Y. - art and needle work
Schmalzried, J.F. - cigar manufacture
See & Williams - confectionery
Seeg & Landgraf - saloon
Shephard, F.A. - confectiouery
Sherwood, Seth - barber
Smith, Edward - restaurant
Snelling, George T. - furniture, stoves
Somers, J.K. - nursery, florist
Spicer, M.M. - painter
Stevens & Bare, publishers Lincoln County Tribune
Stewart & Sherman - hardware
Streitz, A.F. - drugs
Stricker, L. - hardware
Thacker, J.Q. - drugs
Thoelecke, Louis - watches, clocks
Urbach & Schuff - restaurant
U.S. Land Office, J.I. Nesbitt register, A.L. Baldwin receiver
Van Court, William - livery
Van Doran, S W - livery
Von Goetz, Victor - grocery
Wade, Miss L.J. - dressmaker
Waldo, W.D. - saloon
Warner, E B - undertaker, dentist
Weber & Vollmer - clothing
Wilcox, W.T. - county attorney
Wisker & Poppe - livery stable
Wood, Miss Katt & Company - millinery
Woods, C L. - postmaster
Yost, Henry - harnessmnaker and upholserer


name

name a post office in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 40 miles southeast of North Platte, and about four miles south of Hatton, a station on the Union Pacific Railway.

name in the southern part of Lincoln County, on the Cheyenne branch of the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad (B&MRR), about 25 miles south of North Platte.

name a post office in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 30 miles from North Platte.

Anderson, John - postmaster
Retnar, W.M. - justice

name a postoffice in the western part of Lincoln County, eight miles south of O'Fallons.

name a postoffice on the main line of the Union Pacific Railway, in the eastern part of Lincoln County, 31 miles from North Platte.

Hurlbut, E.R. - justice
Vroman, W.A. - postmaster, flour and feed

name is in the southwestern part of Lincoln County, about 30 miles from North Platte, and is on the Cheyenne line of the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad (B&MRR), 115 miles westward from Holdrege. There are three banks, two hotels, a newspaper - the Wallace Mail, and a number of stores, etc. Population, 300.

Bardon, William - stage agent
Beller, J.G. - editor and publisher, Wallace Herald
Bucker, S.S. - druggist
Burnett, H.: proprieter of Burnett House
Caley, R.V.S. - proprieter of Wallace Hotel
Carrier, Marion - blacksmith
Chase, S.C. & Company - general merchandise
Cooper, E.S. - physician
Glessner, E.M. - physician
Green, Mrs E. - millinery
Gross, A.J. - real estate
Harper, P.L. - cashier, Wallace Savings Bank
Hayden & Jackson - agriculture implements
Hayden & Starks - livery
Hedinger, B.F. - bakery
Hill, W.S. - justice
Hofmeister, A.A. - general merchandise, hardware
Husten, J.C. - meat market
Killian, W.E. - harness maker
Lancaster, William - furniture
Lennon, L.C. - physician, editor Wallace Mail
McGregor, James - notions
Mothersead & Pray - general merchandise
Nation Brothers - agriculture implements
Reynolds, Mrs. - millinery
Sapp & English - real estate
Schiller, George - blacksmith
Smallwood, W.F. - President, Wallace Security Savings Bank
State Bank of Wallace - capital $25,000, P.B. Gavin, President, E.H. Shaw, cashier.
Sullivan, P.E. - saloon
Upton, F.L. - notions
Van Tilborg, L.A. - drugs
Wallace Herald, J.G. Beeler - editor, publisher
The Wallace Mail, L.C. Lenon - editor
Wallace Security Bank, individual responsibility $200,000
Wallace Security Bank - W.F. Smallwood, president, P.L. Harper, cashier
Welch, Charles - restaurant, etc.
Wilson, J.R. - justice
Wilson, Willard - hardware
Woolman, William - attorney

name a post office in the central part of Lincoln County, 15 miles south of North Platte. Population, 100.

Bowen, C.J. - millinery
Brown, J.S.L. - justice
Diener, F.J. - blacksmith
Harden, John - blacksmith
Prosser, Mattie P. - postmaster


name

name a station on the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad (B&MRR), in the southern part of Lincoln County, 30 miles south of North Platte. The place contains a hotel and several lines of business, the surrounding county is well tilled and considerable stock is yearly shipped through this point.

Bishop, H.P. - justice
Blanchard, F.E. - station agent
Davis & Chapman - agriculture implements
Davis, John A. - postmaster
Davis, M. - hardware
Glaze, C. A. - general merchandise
Kirby, G.B. - blacksmith
Nichols, V.A. - drugs
Rorabaugh, G. - blacksmith

name a postoffice in the north-eastern part of Lincoln County, 25 miles from North Platte.

Hurlbut, E.R. - justice
Vroman, W.A. - postmaster, flour and feed


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