Nebraska State Gazetteer,
Business Directory and Farmers List
Ashford Banner Clyde Freeport Harrisburg Hull Livingston Loraine
Ashford, a rural postoffice in the northern part of Banner county, on Pumpkin Seed creek. Population, 30.Anderson & Anderson, genl mdse.
Banner, a pleasantly located village in the central part of Banner county.
Clyde, a rural postoffice in the western part of Banner county.Sowman Wm, postmaster, notary.
Freeport, a postoffice in the eastern part of Banner county, 50 miles from Sidney, the county seat. Population, 75.
Harrisburg is the county seat of Banner county recently established. It has at present a population of 300 and is rapidly growing. The town site is owned by Schooley & Fisher, who established the place. The nearest railroad station is Kimball on the U. P. Ry., 25 miles distant and connected by daily stages. There are four other stage routes from Harrisburg, two to Gering, one via Banner and via Ashford, distance 25 miles, one to Freeport 18 miles, and one to Clyde nine miles. The Banner stage route to Gering also goes to Hull and Tompson, total distance 68 miles. The town is rapidly being settled by an energetic class of merchants, and bids fair to become a substantial city in the near future. There are two newspaper published here, the Early Day and the Journal, which have a good circulation.Anderson A H, harnessmaker, livery.
Hull, a postoffice in the northwestern part of Banner county.Cleveland, Z V, justice.
Livingston, a postoffice in the northeastern part of Banner county.
Loraine, a newly established post office in the southern part of Banner county. Population, 25.