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Nebraska State Gazetteer,
Business Directory and Farmers List
for 1890-1891

Some business / town listings N-Z

   O' Fallens (see Hershey, Lincoln County)

page 454

*   Polander, a post office in the eastern part of Howard county, about 15 miles northwest of St Paul, the county seat.

page 474

   Scio - see Delta (on Otoe County)

page 502

*   Spalding, a town in the northeast corner of Greeley county, is 14 miles from Greeley Center and 18 miles northwest of Cedar Rapids. It is beautifully located in the valley of the Cedar and enjoys the trade of a large extent of farming and grazing country. A flouring mill has just been completed in which there has been invested a large amount of capital, and which is intended to grind for export, besides tending to thelocal trade. The Catholics have a fine church building, and the town generally has a neat and attractiveappearance. Population,150.

Brady John, mgr Spaulding Milling and Cattle Co.
Cameron A D, phys and druggist.
Connell M Mrs, millinery, dressmaking.
De Vos J E Rev, pastor Catholic church.
Fitzgerald P P, genl mdse.
Glenn Thos, justice.
Index (The), W E F Rienard pub.
Klein John, blacksmith.
Murphy & McKeon, hardware, boots, shoes, crackers.
Naughtin Bros, carpenters, builders.
O'Harra D J, prop Spalding House livery, postmaster.
Rienard W E F, pub The Index, justice.
Spalding Milling & Cattle Co, John Brady mgr flouring mill.
Sullivan John H, saloon.
Unself John F, meat market.
Weber Christ, genl mdse.

From copies supplied by Wm. Wever, with lots of "town typing" by Norma Weaver, Donna Bay, John & Len Davis, Holice Ballard Young and several others. Towns appearing here are generally awaiting a move to a business listing on the county website.


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