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Gosper County
Business Directory




Note: Names appear without punctuation and business titles are abbreviated.

Nebraska State Gazetteer

Business Directory and farmer list for 1890 - 1891
Omaha: J.M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, 509 - 510 Paxton Block 1890
Entered according to Act of Congress in the year of 1890, by J.M. Wolfe
& Co., in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.



Arbuta, a village in the northern part of Gosper county, a few miles northeast from Elwood, on the B. M. R. R. Note: There are no businesses listed.
Ceryl, a post office in the central part of Gosper county, 15 miles from Homerville, the county seat.  Population, 25. Freselle L E, blacksmith.
Elwood, is a prosperous town situated in the northern part of Gosper county, ten miles from Homerville, the county seat.  It has a population of 400, and is also on the Holdrege and Cheyenne line of the B. M. R. R. Note: There are no businesses listed.
Homerville, is situated in the central part of Gosper county, of which it is the seat of justice.  It is about nine miles south of Elwood, the nearest railway station, on the Cheyenne branch of the B. M. R. R.  The Baptist, Methodist and Episcopal denominations have churches here. Note: There are no businesses listed.
Milton, in Gosper County, is a newly established post office. Note: There are no businesses listed.

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