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 - ' new order of things. Capital Briefs. The...
' new order of things. Capital Briefs. The quietness that reigns around the capitol corridors would lead no one to suspect that anyone was unduly interested interested in the gubernatorial situation. The Farmers' Loan company of Gibbon yesterday filed articles of incorporation. The company has a capital stock of f 10,-0wo. 10,-0wo. 10,-0wo. Those s'lgning the articles are D. H. Uite, W. C. Scott. R. W. Morra. J. V. Forrest. T. F. Brodrick, P. E. Foxworthy, II. B. Smith and William Willard. Furniture for the Geneva industrial school lor girls was purchased yesterday bv the board of public lands and buildings buildings of A. T. Gruetter & Co. of this city. Desks and other school furniture were bought of Hardy & Pitcher. In all about $2,500 worth of "furniture was purchased. The school will be opene'd and the pupils

Clipped from The Nebraska State Journal07 Feb 1892, SunPage 8

The Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska)07 Feb 1892, SunPage 8
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