Smith, M. Hellman, Aaron Cahn, William Sexauer, the Demarests, John Horbach, G. M. Mills,* George T. Mills, Henry Pundt, Vincent Burkley, Mrs. Frank Coffman,* the Patricks, F. A.
[Hon. George W. Lininger was born in Chambersburg, Franklin county, Pennsylvania, December 14, 1834. When a boy of eleven his parents removed to Peru, Illinois; his education was only such as could be obtained in the common schools of Pennsylvania and Illinois in those early days. He began business for himself at Peru, at the age of twenty, by buying an interest in a stove and tinware store with $200. His business prospered until 1868, when he sold out and removed to Council Bluffs, Iowa, where, with E. L. Shugart, he engaged in the agricultural machinery and implement business. In 1872 he removed to Omaha. About a year later he bought out his partner and continued the business alone until 1879, when be sold out and took his family abroad. They made a com-
Samuel R. Brown, Randall Brown, J. J.
Brown, William F. Sweesy, A. J. Simpson, Silas A.
Strickland,* Pat and Michael Connolly, Thomas O'Connor, J.
W. Van Nostrand, Arthur N. Ferguson, Patrick Dinan, M.
Lavin, Patrick McDonough, George I. Gilbert, Milton Rogers,
Martin Dunham, Thomas Martin, Joseph Fox, Dr. William
McClelland,* W. J. Kennedy, John
INTERIOR VIEW, G. W. LININGER'S RESIDENCE.
Kennedy, John Kennelly, John Petty, the
Forbes family, Henry Livesey, Thomas Swift, Luke McDermott,
the Lehmer family, E. F. Cook, Charles Turner, Charles M.
Anmock,* Fred Kumpf, J. C. Wilcox, E. S. Seymour, Mrs. C. W.
Koenig, the Misses McCheane, Charles Childs, Frederick Krug,
B. P. Knight, James McArdle.
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