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Horton Daily Railway Register from Horton, Kansas • 2

Horton Daily Railway Register from Horton, Kansas • 2

Horton, Kansas
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I John Fulton, chief of the Brown THE DAILY RAILWAY REGISTER. ISSCED AT 5. DO EVEBY EYENINO EXCEPT StTSDAT county mugrumpa, was in Horton the other day, and promised the post-office to several of his stripe. He evidently did not mean theone conducted by the government. lite Grocery Company Entered as second-class matter in the Horton, Kansas, postonice September 17, 1883.

The Weekly Capital-Commonwealth and the Weekly Register for one year for $1.90. This offer is for cash and enables you to have all the news from the capital of the state and your own local paper for the price of one. The Capital-Commonwealth will contain the most complete report IS MAKING A LEAD OF: TERMS rllOlP tffipfffi flllf $4.50 2.50. 1.25. .10.

One Copy one year, One copy six months, One copy three months. One copy one week, FOREST CITY The postmaster at Riverton, notifies us that Ed. Eugster ''has gone to parts unknown." We would not have cared an thing about the matter if he had come in and paid us $1.50 he owed on subscription Smith Center Pioneer. of legisldtive proceedings published tf Jeuvered to any pan oi tne ciry. Business locale 3c per line per day.

Advertising rates made known on application anywhere. A Complete stock of C. N. WHITAKEK, Makaoixo Editob. SAK1 grand Horton will have another boom this season.

We received this wetk the Marion Record, the editor of which, E. W. Hoch, made a great though losing fight on the alien land bill in the last legislature. Norton Courier. Such a demagogue could not get get anything through the TN "TV TTT fH It is reported that a new election is to be held in Hiawatha.

I will sell every tiling in the Grocery line, consisting of Dried Fruits, Canned Goods, Coffees, Teas, iSpices, etc. I will sell the above g-oods at COST. Hereafter I will handle Nothing in the GROCERY LINE Although the past winter was very mild, still there are no flies residing on Horton. Those Handsome Premiums OFFERED WITH IT. Hopkins' Grocery Co, i Halstead's friends say that his re Druggists' in the United jection will land him States senate.

Glick, the copperhead pension agent at Topeka, hangs on to his office and refuses to get out. If President wants to maintain the love of the people of Kansas, he should shoulder that big elm club, which he keeps handy, and start for Topeka. Glick will sneak then, just like he did in the days of '61-5. Ar T0tr iW JSr A rfi tJWc- -Jfk. Jfcr iftr iftr sfii rffc aftr ifti atfta.

jflt lt rfV -tif iftt. A pniBiTft i-rnnTf-p rniiiTft I While it may be all right, it don't look well for a republican city to be governed by the democrats. Hiawatha World. t-KHI i l-KIll IX 0 FRUITS, jHift sfjLiyfi V1 jyt irp HUGH CAUGHEY'S More new buildings are being erected this spring in Horton than in all the other towns in the first congressional district. Hereafter I will make a specialty of fruits wholesale I and retail.

Also Confectionery, Tobacco and Cigars. Fi-S nest line in the City. Call and see me. I E. E.

HUTCH BR! GS. Can Always Bo Found at MB It is a source of considerable gratification to note how regular those rebel appointments, made hy Cleve-lind. are being severed. 1 nnnnfolfT in l) LI Vz) lira Great excitement prevails in Iowa on account of the evicted Des Moines river land settlers. This spring the evicted farmers organized, armed themselves with Winchester rifles and have gone back on their old farms and commenced their spring planting.

They have issued notice to United States marshals that another attempt to remove them will be resisted to the bitter end. If there is any one act in the checkered ca-r-er-of one Grover S. Cleveland that should find him an eternal hell it is his infamous veto of a unanimous act of both houses of congress easfmsBaggzHfissacsfE Sol Miller is wavering. He notifies his readers, through the columns of the Chief, at what saloon to drink in when in St. Joseph.

A complete stock of STIVERS SHUTTER. junlS 0. B. Horton Has purchased the Crys- WHOLESALE AND KETAIL 1 0 ti Lorn ST oor and. Senator Ingalls leaves Washington this evening for his home in Atchison.

He will re-build the home this summer that was burned several months ago. quieting the title to those homes i tal Palace billiard hall and which have been occupied for twen- wm run a restaurant in ash. Blinds ty and thirty years. '5 connection therewith. SOUTH HIGH ST.

jan29ml Best Grades of Flour always on hand. odel Patent, Pearl and Leader Brands Grant Shannon says he will start for Oklahoma about the 18th. Ju fact everything found in a first-class yard. If you arc going to build come in and see us. We will sell as low a3 the lowest.

An Arkansas sheriff arrested a man in that state yesterday simply for killing another man. This surely is a foul report to injure the reputation of that benighted state. PUBLICATION NOTICE. HORTON, KANSAS. SOUTH MAIN Seotl? Before L.

L. Merrill, a Justice of the Peace, of Horton City Township, Brown Kansas- The citizens of Hort should see me before rdering milk. I warrant my milk absolutely pure and sweet. Give me a trial order. From Atcliison Mills Graham Flour and Corn Meal Always Fresh.


ApiilS The Register sends its congratulations to its friend, Mrs. W. A. Morgan, who has been elected to the mayoralty of Cottonwood Falls. The city is also to be conf ratnlated.

rat O'Conner, Plaintiff, vs. Albert TTndeswood, Notice for unlilication 1 R. HACKEDORN, Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical College, N. Y. nnn rappspr If Willi 1 "(jwwwi Defendant.

Said defendant is hereby notified that, on the 30th day of March A. D. 18t9, an order of attachment for the the mm of Iwelve and fiftv-one hundredths dollars, was issued by ihe'aho named Justice of tne Peace. agaxnBt Kin rr.wia iii t.Vio nfutvR i tWl action, and President Cable has issued an order to the effect that the Rock Island assumes the operation of the Chicago, Kansas fe Nebraska, in Kansas, Colorado and Indian Territory. Special Care Given to the Treatment of- that said cause will ht for hearing on the 3rd day of May 18S9, a 9 o'clock a.

m. PAT O'CONNER. Attest: By his attorney, A B. Crockett. L.

L. Mebrill, Justice of the Peace. Affect! oms hronic 4 eepl7 OFFIUE-Eaat Front Street. CHURCHES. IB A sensation was created in Pittsburg 3esteday when Mrs.

Garfield, wife of the martyr president, was, in company with others, charged conspiracy. Another blackmailing scheme. TT METHODIST services held at tne union cnurcn every two weeks at 11 o'clock a m. Services in tbe evenina when no conflicting appointment. J.

1). UENDEKSON, Pastor. orton Harness THE POpuLAR: BAPTIST services in Kemper's Hall every Sun. 1Y, morning and evenins. The public is cordially invited.

REV. Bl GA T. NITED PKESBYTERIAN CHUECH. 8er-vices every Sabbath at 11 a. and in the evening.

Sabbath tchool at 10 a. ra. A 1 are cordialTy invited. pa8tor Harness, Saddles, Whips, Blankets, Robes, Etc, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. BESBYTEBIAK servicea at Union Church, at 11 o'clock a every two week-.

P. SPINING. Pastor. Tailor Official President Harrison has issued a proclamation recommending April 30th, the one hundredth anniversary of Washington's first inauguration, be observed by the American people to implore divine favor. Senator Plumb and Congressman Peters called on President Harrisoi-yesterrlay to plead for mercy for the two Kansas murderers, Miller and Woods, who are under sentence to hang for a murder committed in the Nation.

H. W. WINCH, Prop. 7 ljan26 AS SO CIATIO" R. II I rmUh! ni nr Mini Ii.iu NORTH MAIN ST.

ti tuo, KiinsaiT W. P. Todd, President; Ij.II. Secretary. THE Merchants' aad Mechanics' and Savings Association of Horton.

11. Uadott, President; H. P. Syfan, Secretary L. B.

DUFF, Heat Power of J- Hort.n. W. 1. Todd, Preti-ent; Has Just received a Beautiful Line of Smyth, Seci tury. Meat A TI nR ESTABLISHMENT We famish choieefit Stonks nntl everything to be found in firt-cla88 shoi).

CaBh Paid for Hides. Main St, cor. Grant and Front ats. Summer Sprind and Prop. -First Dor East tlis Windsor Hotel! J.

W. OXTRRAN, Manager. EAST FRONT HORTON KANSAS. The Greatest Issue of the Day is Why Does Such an Immensa Crowd C. to SeplT estaurant.

Stanley These goods are actually the finest line ever Displayed in In the City of Horton, and sold very low. FOR THEIR MEALS? AND INVESTIGATE. IF YOU GO ONCE, YOU WILL NOT ASK A- SECOND INVITATION. GO rton's Prifte Bato anflCatarer.i the Leading Tailor of the City, Being Mrs. Fannie Stanley, Prop.

SOUTH MAIN STREET. HORTON. MITCHELL BRICK BLOCK i I 9) I can make Clothing Cheaper than i any Other Firm in the City. Brownlee PROPRIETORS OF THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS LIVERY STABLE In ttie Oity- The Bon Ton has changed hands and has been thoroughly renovated and furnished. Give me a call.

F. S.MGKEEBY and Transfer Line in Connection. All orders left at the Office at the Barn. Corner of Vera and High Street. HORTON, KANSAS.


PIERCE. Registered Pharmacist. Eeff resihinroentts I TT TI TOBACCOS, PA.Xj'M: eoot beee, etc. Don't Forci tae Plaoe--Comer South Main and Delaware Sts. MVAd li annexed a per week.

CIRCULATING LIBRARY. In addition to onr Stock of Drugg, we have Vj Circulating Library. Terms of Subscription are: $2.00 per year, or.10 cents Oalland see us. Now is tbe time to subscribe. epl7.

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