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The County Paper!
Books, Pictures Jewelry, Flower and Vegetable SeedB,
Buggies, Etc, J3to,
Free Gifts to all Subscribers and Something to Suit
the Taste of Everybody,
Read This List Carefully, and, When You FindiWhat
You Want, Make up Your Mind to Havo It,
i it i i
For saveral months past we have been negotiating with various parties with a
vlowof nurohaiiliig from thuni choice and acceptable articles, suitable for gifts
to our subscribers ut the tlma of the enlargement and change of nnme of this
piiper ; mid we uow have the pleasure of announcing thut we hitve perfected cr.
mngemopts whereby wc ure enabled to offer
The Most Attractive Inducementsto
Subscribers Ever Given By Any
Paper In the United States!
TrjKCpUNTY Papku is now the Largest, tlio llandjomcut anil the Best paper
published in the State outside ot the targe cities; It Is all that a county paper
should bo; wo can say without vanity thut it is a credit to Unit county ; and
every citizen of the county, without regard to polities or religion, should feel u
personal Intercut in increasing Its circulation, theieby enabling its publishers
to maintain It at its preHcut high standard and to add such otbei Improvements
us may Irniu time to time suggest themselves.. Kverv copy of this psper
which goes abroad will instantly attract the attention ot all who see It; anil Its
beanty, Us size, and the exerllcneu of Its reading matter will advertise the tact
that In this portion of the West thcio arc Intelligent people, who have splendid
f.hools and churches and cosy homes, surrounded by orchard laden with
choicest fruits und field ot fliio wheat and corn, and pastures in which roam
tat cattle um bogB, with soils of unsurpassed fertility and a climate famed for
its hralthliilnes, in nhoo midst thousands more of good people, who are
now wearing away their lives on the bleak hillsides ot the can lint a
yr'clcomo and obtain homes of their own for a mere nominal sum. To attract
to us good cllirans trom other States will bo one of the main aim 'of Tin:
County PAi'F.n. and In this woik It hopes to be largely aided by it subscriber.
Our citizens arc composvd of people from almost everj State lujjthc Union, ami
every subscriber to Tub County Pai'KU should scud It oach weok,utW read
ing it, tofioine friend in thu State whence he came, whom he thinks would
be likely aitractid here to find a home.
Our first aim, however, is to increase onr suuscrilloH ist at homo tinlll Tiik
County Papkr Is a wolcome visitor to every fireside in Holt county. Thuro
are Twenty-live Hundred people lu thu county who ought to inkeTtiK Countv
Papkk, but who do not. W desire to appeal to each one of these people, in
orderto sh,ow Mm that It Is to hU interest to take thu paper. The plea of pov
erty wljl not avail as an excuse for not doing to, as the Inducements ollured
licow are so liberal that, In many cases, thu eubscilber not only gets Tiik
Cocxiy PAi'Ett for nothing, but Is actually paid to lake it. Uow we can nt
lord to mnko these gifts does not concern the general fiihllc. "Never look a
gia horse in the nniuth" is a spying as old as It Is wise. Let It sutlice that we
get everything honestly and that we at willing to share our good .I'.ii.imo with
Uefoir will bo found a list of the Gifts we ofl'or to every sabsorlheriwho pays
Two' Dollars iu ad vaneo tor a year's subscription to Tiik County Pai-hk.
totae of the Gills aro for old subscribers who rvno w ; -others nrejlor new su '
combers. A full explanation of how thu Gifts are awarded will bojlouiid at the
bottom of the List of Gifts.
A Choice of Books.
Any ol the present iubserlbers to TnnCocNTV Pai-cu who pays np all he
now owes and pays Two Dollars in advance lor another year will receive, as a
tree gltt, his choice of either one of the following books. Tliey are beautifully
printed, on good heavy paper, and' are complete and unabridged, Thvy are
urlutsd by Harper & liros., which s a guarauty that there Is uo fraud about
I.-- EtfDVMION." By Lord Heaoonsftcld. This Is the new book by the
colebrnted English' author and politician, which has caused such an iiitetiM.
excitement throughout the literary world during the pa.s few months, and for
which his publishers paid the author Sixty Thouaml Dollars In iold
:T V.TJ1B lilBTOitY OF A CltlMK." My Victor go. This is a vivid and
graphic history, by the great Kronen, no.vellst, rwet ancl historian, of the crime
of I QH Is Napoleon In strangling the liberties of his country.
3. "THE PLAGUE IN LONDON." Dy Daniel Defoe, author of "Hoblnsou
Crusoe." This is a true history, Uy one ot the most distinguished writers In
our language, ol tho raystei Ions and awful visitation of the Plague in England.
NOsT2 AND 3.
Flawor und Vegetable Seeds.
Every presont subscriber to Tub Countv Pai-kb wlio. pays all he now owes
and pays Tws Dollars iu advance for another year's subscription, will be ore
dented, as a Ireo gift, with his entice of either of the two following collections of
Wed Instead of one of tho books above described, if he prefers tho .ceds to a
hook, The seeds aro gvqwn by a well known and, rpltablu seedsman and aro
guaranteed to be fresh and tine to name. Kvury package Is of tho usual sue and
contains as many .eods as those usually sold in thu .stores. Tko seeds will bo
ordered on the 16th of March, which Is early enough for all gardens in this lati
tude, ana will ba delivered as son thureaflor as we can receive t'.em by express"
Seed Collection, TVo. '.A..'
-Contains ten packages of choice aunual F.ower Seeds, valued atSll, as follows:
Astvrs, Doiible-Cholee, mixed varieties Pansy, Choicest Varieties, mixed
and colors, f Petunia, Finest Hh.tcl.cd and tjtriped.
Baliao, Doubty, Choice, mixed olora. Portulacea, Double, choice. t Colors
Cvnrsss Vine. Unlx'ed colors. I imiximI. '
Iltjlcl'irysum, Monstrosum, Double va
rieties, mlxeO n &
Lobcliii, Ilaj)efrarlotWs, Qlxed.
Seod Collection, TV0. "33;. " ,
Contains two'lvs packets of extra choice now Vegetable Seeds, valued at St 20
as fallows: ' v,v
,Cabl)agOi Eatyr Summer.
Oabbagv, Marolehead Mammoth
Celery, (Soldon Dwarf.
Kusk, Melon, Now Surprise
new subscriber to The County P4rr.11 gets seeds winch are worth ns much as
ho pay for n year's subscription.
Cabbage, Karly Voik,
Cabbage, Premium Flat Dutch.
Carrot, Long Orange.
Celery, Dwarf White.
Cucumber, Imp. Long Green,
Cress, Fin Curled.
Kndjve, Green Curled.
Leek. 11 road Flag.
Lettuce, Malta Drumhead.
Musk Melon, Prolific Nutmeg.
Wn!sr Melon, Mountain Sweet,
Onion, Wcathcrsfiold Red.
Parsley, Double Curled.
Parsnip, Hollow Crowu.
Pepper, Long Red.
Raddlsh, Scarlet Short Top.
Tomato. Hathaway's Excelsior.
Turnip. Purplo Strap leaved.
Thotc sctds. like those described lu the other two collections, will be nu
up in n neAt box, containing n paper giving full directions in regard to the
cultivation of each vegetable; and will bo delivered to subscribers Immediately
after tho 16th ol March.
Pictorial Handy Lexicon.
Every new subscriber to Tiik County Pavkk who pays Two Dollars In ad
vance for n year's subscription, will be presented with either of the boks
above named, or either ono of tho seed collections, or If he docs not want either
ot the above wo will present him with n copy of tho IHctorial Handy lexicon,
containing over 26,000 words and phrases and 260 enuravlugs. This compre
hensive lltllo Dictionary will answer questions of spelling, pronunciation and
meanlngln more than nine-tenths ef the cases that occur to the averags reader,
and save time, musclo and patience every day, even to the ownr of the big
Unabridged. It Is neatly bound in cloth and clcsrly printed on good paper.
The Midland Farmer
Any present subscriber to The County PArr.it who pays all he now owes
and pays Four Dollars In advance for two years' suberlption 5 or pays Two
Dollars for bis own subscription and brings the name of a new nibmlbfr for
one year at Two Dollars, cash lu advance, will be presented with any two
of the above gifts he may select, except A'os. 4 and S; or If ho chooc net to
take either ot thematic will beprcsvnted with a yoar's subscription te.Tie Mill
laud Farmer, a monthly agricultural paper, published in St. Loulb and devoted
to tho interests of Western Farmers . It is an old and well established pa
per, which has a wide circulation among intelligent tarmcrs and will le sure to
please all that class who receive It. The new subicrlber will also be entitled
to nny,one ot the above gifts ho may select, except the Midland Farmer.
Understand that If tho old subscriber who brings the name ol a new subssrlti
fr chooses the Midland Farmer, begets no other gltt. He can cither take any
two ot the above cltts, or he can take tho Midland Farmer; but he ouiiot be
given tho Midland Farmer and tho two oilier gifts.
Any present Subscriber 10 T11 r. County Pai-ku who settles up all nrre.ua
ges nnd (ays Six Dollars in advance Iwr three years' subscription ; or who p-iys
Two Dollars In advance for his own kubcrlptlon one year and brings the
names of two new subscilbejs for ou year at Two Dollars each, cash, will bo
presented with am two ot the gilts above described ; or lnstuul of theui , if lie
preters, wo will present him with a yei.r.' subscription to Good LiUratarc, a
weekly paper published In New York, every lisue of whloh Is filled with first
clans reading matter. It Is just one-half the size ot Tiik County Papims and
contains 110 advertisements. Those who wish to keep up with the times In
literature will be delighted with this paper, as It contains full uoticus and
reviews of all new publications of worth.
The new subscribers utidur this utlVr will cucli be entitled to his choice ol
the gifts above described, except A'os. 0 and 7.
Books for Every Fireside
pood as nro worn by many ladles who hold high beads lu the fashionable world
Tho'artkJra lor goutlemon's wear arc also nobby nml jaunty and stylish. No
nno. niter txamtiilnr this Inwnlrv. would believe It nusslblo for US to furnish
such on amount of reallv ha.vlsomo jowciry lor tho luero trIQo nt which wa
oner 11 in .onncction wuu ihel;ounty i-atoii; yci we rfpunuu uo
Somo Idea gf how we struck this bonanza in.iy bo gathered from the following
statement : About two years ago a (irm vf jowclry manufacturers In Provl.
done, Ilhqde Island, received nu order lrom a prominent Now York firm ot
maniactiire200,000of Ihcso Caskets, each containing twenty pieces of Jewelry.
After disposing of about 100.000 or tho Caskets, which hOld as rapidly as they
could bo thrown on the market, the Now York firm was overtaken with flnun
rial dllllciiltles nnd were unable to tako the remainder. This made it necessary
to dispose of them nt any sacrifice, and wo have secured a lew of them lor the
subscribers to Tub County Papkh.
t Ladle' Elegant Imitation Coral Set.
t Ladies' Elegant Imitation Coral
1 Ladles' Imitation Coral Shawl-Piu.
1 Pair Ladles' Imitation Coral Cuff
Pins. 1 Gents' Cural Scnrf Pln.
I Pair Gold-PlHted Bracelets.
I Ladles' Elegant Heavy Gold-Plated
Cameo Stone Ring.
1 Ladles' Gold-plated Veil or Hat Pin.
1 Pair Amethyst Slccve-Buttous,
1 Set Alaska Diamond Kar-Dr&iw.
1 Heavy Gold-Plated Wedding- Ring
I Ladlo .let and Gold Set (Pitam!
1 Heavy Plated Gents' Watch Chain.
1 Gents' Sec Alaska Plninoml Studs
t Gents' Gold-Pl.'ted Collar-Button.
1 Gents' Lake Gtorge Maltese Cross
1 Gents' Set Engr.ived Gold-Plated
1 Pair Engrav.d Gold-Plated Sleevo- 1 1 Gents' Cameo Stone King (good as
Buttons, 1 gold.)
1 Set Cameo Stone Ear-Drops.
rjr Any lady or gentleman who wishes to securo ouo of theo caskfc 's without
the payment of any cash can do so by bringing us tho name of .' new
subscriber at Two Dollars each, cash lu advance. Each ot these now sl bscrlb
en will bu entitled to the gifts they choose, tho same as other ucw subset tbers.
The Peoples' Encyclopedia.
To, anv subscriber, new or old, who will pay us fS.tiO, cash In advance,
we will send Tiik County Papku onw year anil present a set set of Chambers's
KnciclopoediH, In Flflem Volumes of about SOU pares each, lino type, doeoly
but clvurly printed, ami haiid-omely and substantially bouml in cloth. This Is
the publication (with the exception of the American Additions) which has been
so extensively advertised for tho past year under the title ot Library ot' Uni
versal Knowledge. It Is a full nnd complete reprint of the Edltiburg, Scotland.
183 edition ol Chambers's Encyclopaedia. When, about ten months ago, tho
Amcrlciu Book Excluuge announced their intention of puhllslilug this Immense
work iu tlftcen volumes ana selling them at Fifty Cents a Volume, people were
incredulous and it took several months to convince- thu public that there was
no humbug or swindle about it. The new price was so tremendously lower
(being less than one-third of tho old price) than tho price at which It hnd
formerly been sold, that people could not believe 11 pwswlc that they could ho
iiianulactuicd lor the price named. When thu first volumu nude Its appear
ance people examined it closely, tound it to be well and clearly printed, on thin
but struti! paper, and stmnzir and substantially bound in durable cloth. S1II1
tlu-y shook tXelr bu ids and doubted and predicted that thu publisher" woitU! go
Into bankruptcy before they finished the llltccu volumes. But steadily every
two or three weeks a new volume made its appearance, and, a time wore on,
pcj.le began to gain coulidence, the sales increased rapidly toward the last,
until uorv 1110 niteeu volumes are iiulsnuu ami are oit our table betoru us as we
write. Notwithstanding the rapidity with which they were rushed through the
press there was no slighting of the work, and every volume Is a model of me
chanical execution. Upwards of ouo liniidrud thotiiand coplus have now been
colli, mid the publishers say that this is hut thu begliiulur, as they intend to
sell a million copies. Nor Is this improti.ible. These books constitute a library
lu tlmmselvcs. Whether a mm has other books or not, hu should have these,
for thy coHt.ilu Information upon almost every subject within thu rango of
human km-wledge; and, as thu subjects are alphabetically arr-inged. any ot
them can be turned In 111 a moment. Formerly thu possession ot an Encyclo
paedia like tli not mummers'' or Apple-ton's w.n reserved toro.ily tlij wealthy
Very Broil TThh .Of.'.,
If not nlmvo being tn jjil.by a, man,
tiso Dobbin's Klcethe t oap next. wa.h.
day. Used without any wash boiler or
rubbing board nnd used ififfercatl?
from any other f-oap over rilade. It
seems very droll to think of a fjnictrr
derly twn hours light work 011 wach-day,
with no heat and no .'team, or Mtiolj f
the washing through the house, instead
of a long day's hard work but hundreds
f thousands of women from' Nova
Scotia to Texas, hi to proved for ihcnv
serves that this js doc. bv nsing Dob
bin's KleCtkj Soap. Don't buy it, hnv
over.lf (00 set lu your ways t u"c It ac
cording to directions, that ai'c' n sfm
ploasfoseem nlmost ridiculous and si
easy that a girl of twelve years- can
a large wash wltHout being tired. It
positTyclr will not Injure tin; finest fab
ric, has been before the puttier fcr fif
teen years, and its safe doubles every
year. If your grocer has uot got it, her
will get it, as all wholesale grocers
keep it. Nave, MeCord nad
wholesale .Agts. fit. Joseph Mo.
I. L.Ckaoin &Co.,
Montgomery & Itoccker,
BACKERS AND BROKERS
1,030 JThnpy, Hut Jfntrn, rraw Drnlti on nil
prldpMfUli-v and tVlleutliiu tirunmtly iniulr.
ray Tiai-"! fur iion-rrsMcnti; Losns iirenlUlrA
on real rUtf . aud InvtntmcnUMnmlc anivim-
Die lornisi. fuu-reti auowtd mi lluiu Dfjinill.i.
Anv present snb.-crlber to Tin: Countv Papku who will settl up all l lrliisc Innovation of the Literary ltevo utlon In publM hlng Cham-
arreai mesaud pay Two Delists for another year's subscription tor himself, l"1 M''dia in fifteen volum.s at l llty Cents a volume (with ten ceuti
and ulso b. Ing is three new subscribers at Two Dollars ach lu advance, will "V,,,'m! ml' Cl1 Ur ,u,laR 0 lh',M clU,""t ? '"r thum ?l ' P,'b,,c',"
be preset ted with hi choice of the following collections : "''"" ll"3" become the owner of these cove e.l books. Tin:
ll. A 1 three ol th- bo.-ks described under tilft No 1. I 'stv I'apuu must earnestly w shs tint every Lunlly In Holt county may
2 Either one ot the books described under Gilt No. 1, nnd Gilts No. jf ,!IV'! tl,cf '!"1 1 , ,s l"'",, wppy th-it t has an oppor-
,t; (unity to oiler then to Its sub-crlbers at a price considerably lower than Is
a. 'GiftNo.4.nndellheroftlubookf In Gilt Vo. 1; or Gilt No. 4 and charged hy the publishers. To ilomoust rate: Tim very lowest price In cash at
cither Gift No. 58 or Gilt No,3 (but not both o the latter ) l.lch these books can bo bought ot he publishers in New York is Fifty Cent
uiiuir win 1 v " v . (., j. . . ' llUi- volume maklni! s v m aud a-lull dollars tor the tiil-jen volumes. To this
i (',V.' C-0 S ""Y J. i ?r. v., 1 1 ' J' i . in.i .1' price nersona outside of New Yor city must add the cost ot sending them by
il. llllL aI. U U11U lllt'l Offk V 1 iH'- vt - I a v I
li. An" 'ic t,,tf l"ltow(iig weu-Kiiown uoois eacn 01 which siiouni nave
n place lu every tamlly in Ihe Uud. Every one has heard ot these books and
almost every grown person ha3 read thum. But they are new to the young
people und for generations have been regarded as standard works to stimulate
11 love for reading. They are read with equal pleasure by the child ot ten ami
Ihe grand-sire ol eighty; und both can always ilud tbeiii Instructive, entei tabl
ing aim umnsing,
"BUNYAN'S PlMHIIM'S .PkOUKKSS,"
Complete, with very fine Illustrations
by Barnard and others. Larye type;
cloth binding In black and gold.
"Tim Akaiiian Nkihts.'' The won
derlul stories of thu thousand aud one
nights' entertainment. Sixteen full
page illustrations. Cloth binding lu
black, and gold.
"Kouinhon Cltu.-OK." Who needs
to be told about this book? Full and
complete; sixteen full paga Illustra
tions; cloth binding iu black and gold.
"Ar.-op's FAM.E8." C'omidi-tc,
with coplotis additions from modern
authors. Profusely Illustrated ; prin
ted in largu type with cloth biudlugjin
black and gold.
"Satixos, Wisf. and Otiikuwisf.."
A book which will uiaku you laugh,
and yet which will set you to thinking.
Large type; yery;tastylcloth blading.
"Tiik Kokan ok Moiiammkii."
Translated from th Arabic by (Jeorj;e
Sale. It hould be lu every house, II
only lo refer to as a nmttvr.of kcuriosl
ty. Nc-atly bound In cloth.
Cauliflower, Early Paris.
1 Ltr.n.u kfll--l..
Verhona Hybiida, Clioicn mixed colors.
Zinnia, Double, spleadid uolors, mixed.
Onion, Giant Uoeca.
Kgg PlV't, Black fekln.
Spinach, Hound or Summer.
Hicasli, Frensh Breakfast.
Pepper, Laree BalL . . .
E'"li of tho abovo collections Is put up in a noat an J attfactiyo box and will
"The Perfect Shakespeare"
To any subscriber, new or old, who will pay us $3.fi0, cash In advance,
we will soud The County Papku one ycr and also present him with a copy of
The Perfect Shakespeare. This edition of Shakespeare's works it Uy far Ike
best aud most complete ever isstitd. It is carefully prepared trom Ibe earliest
and more modern editions, selected where commentators havo differed as to the
sense f obtenre erduubltul passages, from (bote readings which the ables
critics believe to be Ihe mt st Shakespearean and best tutted to a popular
edition. Illustrated with 30 Large Engravings, designed by Johk Coxkn, the
celebrated artist anJ engraver, and a steel portrait of Shakespeare.
We havo used the term "Perfect" as appllca )lc to this .dltlon. aud any one
thai will examine It will see that it well merits thu title; and, Indevd, is the
only edltlon.that fully deserves the title of "Pertuct."
'Tdcre me numerous edlthtj' of this wondeiful writer' works, got up In all
tvM and at every price. But. unfortunately, they are all mote or less faul
by. From somo cdltious many ot Ihe strongest pasagea are omitted in defer-
nee to squeamish iiamby-pnmbylsm. In other editions many scenes are trans
posed, till the plays ar made, like Joseph's coat, a thine "of shreds aud
patches." But in this Edition, the "Perfect" Shakespeare, all the Points
all the Plays all the Characters all tho Language are given unabridged,
clear and perfect as they originally t-prnng from the august brow of this Jovo
ot Poets the sublime JShuakspeare. It Is not necessary at this late day losay
aught iu praise of Shakespeare's works: for they are universally admitted to bo
thu grandest efforts ot any hun.an mind. Works that haye( been eulogized by
Ben. Johnson, by Dryden, by Addieou, by Miltou (Prince of Poets,) who has
.beautifully written of him as
j -aweeicsi Dnaaespoare .-sainre's ctilld
Warbling his native wood notes wild,"
needs no eulogy from meaner mcR.
They present an opltnmo of
jll human passions, motives,
actions ami expressions.
Nono are too bich. none too
'rVw to miss being Instructed
aiwell as delighted by the
pliVi and poetry of Shakes
IslrJ every respect tho best
edition. Every word ot the
Original Is la it. It is printed
iTomnuw, clear, easjly-road
typo. (At is a fine, large.
1 11 1
Tii.7. ? Vinn srn!nct o ny PrIor table. It Is embellished with many
lfiti!yl niWiCMtIons The "Portcct" Shakespeare, iu addition to Iho whole ot
SS5S .T TI "'"torles. Tragedies and Pocnis:ill that he ever
K2 f.A I nnt ih0.,JV1 ,cxt 01 BtakiieMre' Will as recorded In the ottlco of the
.. 11 t?.?Sl Xi L rt. c''terVu.vy, and also a complete explanatory glossary ot
n vi,.'.l,LW0,rd8 ar, pbwei'oconrrlns In his works, making o5o Handsome
? ri i1" n,vbon'l, I" tho best English cloth, with artistic designs lu black
wlde8 l 1 a lJ?hllt-W?.i?aa- ,Th.SL'o0t "," , M I'"1"" blab, 9 Inch,
th iVm&lr Wt ""yA?? ! .'0,'!1 Aspeclmen copy can be seen at
... i, '"fviiunrv lAixu,
contain a shoet of paper, giving the culture snd description of each variety it
contains, and will also Illustrate must of thu no his 11 f iu, .
receiving the seed can act knowingly, and will bo sure'.to havo sue'esss.
More Vegetable Seeds.
Eyery new subscriber to The County PArun who payaTwo Dollars iu
rtv-ancn Ir year's aubscrlpllon. will bo presented with tho following eholco
collet tlon 1 01 'seeds, einbraclag all tho popular varletlea and being auMclent to
fnralsli all the dlfferest kinds of vegetablss nsiially wanted by anv famllv
'Ihnt seeds, If bought In the ttorea, would cost Two Dollars ; so that every
mail, which is ten cents a vnluine. This amounts to one aud-a halt dollars,
iii'nklug the total co.4t ot th. Eucyclopaitilla, to persons iu Holt county, Nine
Dollars. And 'tins is the very' lowest price at which they can be bought. But
by availing oursi-lves of a very liberal offer made us by the publishers, whereby
e are permitted to pay a considerable portion In advertllng, we aru able tb
otler Ihe Encyclopaedia and a year's subscription to ThhCoi'ntv Pait.k for
Fllt I'cnls leu than any ono else would have lo pay for tho Encyclopaedia
alone! In other words, wo furnish the Encyclopaedia and Tin: Countv Papmu
ouu j ear, lor oiily Eiht-and u-half Dollars, which Is Fifty Cents less than
the lowest casli price r.t the Encyclopaedia, postage added. It is uot neces
sary to allude further to ibis branch of tUo subject; every reader will instantly
see thu point, aud we l,io;ie that hundreds nt'tliem will avail themselves of lhi
oppoitituity lo procure hooks so essential to every iutclllgcnl lioaschold. We
must add one other lhoii'ht tliouch wo have already said so much. The
editor of run County Pait.ii owns both Apl!e(ons's Cyclopavdla anJ Cham
'hern's Escyvlopaedla. The lornier is In sixteen volumes nnd cost I1I1.'. ninety-
rix uonars 1 tie latter u in niteeu volumes ami cost 111m ntuo d'liiars, .et II
he were forced to give up one or Ihe other he would keep Chambers's 1 It
cont. Ins more reading matter than Applcton's; I be subjects aro treated more
Intvlllgiblv; tho print is just us clear; and, the volumes weighing so much
lets, are vastly more comfortable to handle
CiT Auy one who would like to get the abovo described Chambers's Ency
clopaedia wit limit the payment of any cash whatever, eau do ho by bringing us
the names ot thirty new subscribers, at Two Dollars' oach, cask. Ealt ot llw.c
uuw subscribers will b: entitled to a gift the same as other new subset Ibcrs.
An Elegant Top Buggy.
For Eighty-Flvv Dollars, cash In advance, we will sendTiiK County Pauku
ono year and also present thu .libserjlier with his cliolmi rff'threo diffe runt styles
of Top Bugglc -a picture of one of which U shown elsuwheiv the subscriber to
pay freight from Cincinnati, Ohio, I'letures'of the other two styles can hu seen
at tho otllee of Tub County Papku. These Buggies aro manufactured by T. T.
Iadoek, the eehdiratuil Cinelnnill maniffa'Cturer, anil the lowest cash price at
the manufactory U fill) for each. It will thin bo semi that wo iiirui-sh them for
t2 less than they can possibly he bought for, and throw lu ay.ar's subscription
to The County l'Ar-F.K besides. Any one who wants a good Uuggy will nuver
have a better oportumtj than this to secure it for so little money. All these
Busgies have Laather Quarters; Ituhberltoof and Curtains; Trimmed In Leather
or Blue Cloth, as desired; Sarvun Patent Wheels, Vest Smings and Axles. Iu
short, they are made for sarvlco as well as display, anil, will 'last well and givu
satisfaction. The manufacturer gives a written Wan a:st wltli each Buggy that
If a wheel, spring r axle breaks within one year from date of purchase, 011
account ot bad material, it can be rsturned to him aud hu will semi a new one.
TjiIco JPfii'tioiiliLi iVolico,
All tba hooks offered as I'.lfts by The County Pauku will bo ordered bv us
from tho publishers from time to tim: as wo may have call for them. Wo shall
probably order about every two weeks. This plan is rend. red necessary iu order
to prevent us from accumulating books which our subscribers do not want. We
have uo meuas of judging in advance what b.ok. they will select. Those sub
scribers who select books as gifts will inform us or our agents what bowks thuv
want, at the tlxis thuy pay their subscriptions, and if we do not have them oh
hand we will send for them in out next order and forward them to the subscribers
ns soon as we reeeivo them.
Frazer & McDonald,
FOKKST CITY. WPSHOUKI
T.I a Kfnrraf r:ikliK iMnlness
limit.- on ttie nr oiucs of ni
iiinl h'lrin.i1. AlUws- tiitirt of
drKiill.i Mlu-ii left :is -fillii'd l.Tlt' Collrvtlsna
rrrchc I'lirrTnl alteiitUii. ...
H. II. KKAZKIt, I). Jttc.Ttf'.VbP.
JL Sells cxcli:
Unlti'il Slates i
J.T. T1IATC1II31,M. 1-
HOMtEOPATHLST AND SUUGEoy,
OKI'li'B -.At r.'slilenec. two ilmrs north
.I. A. Kor.'s More ; formerly re.iMuiiuii o
A.OO.Ll.V, M. M. (I. A. r(E(IKMIAl'M,...M.,M.D
(Jo.slin & Flcgrcnbaum,
rilYSICIANS AND Sl'KGKOXS,
ori'IC'H-OHPtUor snulli ut Pank, up-stslrs
II. C. I'KI'fKlt. C. C. AIKKN,
riSPPEK & AIKEN,
Atlorneys at Lsmv,
MOL'NI) city. mo.
Ok'FICK. .OverCiirsaut L Meyer's ntorc.
A. II. JA3IISOX,
Attorney at Law.
Ral Estate, Inicranco and Collcot-
Win practice In all tli:
couttH of unrthwest
Attorney at Lar,
111 iiracllcp In all tlir cmirt" of Missouri.
r.cat lMat htislncss ami Collrclluns prompt
l aticiuleil tu. onire wrst nlitc of l'ulille
T.J C. DUNCAN,
AT TO U N E Y AT LAW,
Nlll practice In all Courts nt Mls"onrl.Kans.-s
liUMiaiKl Xcbruiku. Itral INtale kusiucss, and
Uulicctlnns prmnptly attcnduil lu.
R. I. KKA,
Attorney ait4-Laiv. Notary
Public and Weal Etate Agent,
W lit atlcnil t nil Iciint ImisIiios Iiitrnstrtt tn
lil.riirr tu all tin- cuiirh of Nnrllmont MIMirl.
Il for .salo a large number f chnlce Liuliics
Ij. It. KNOWLEH,
A 1 T O It ' E Y AT L A W ,
Will Practice In all Courts, ftcal F.sUtc bml
urnsaTd I iillevllvus promptly attemled to.
E. J. KULLOGC,
A I TO It X E Y A T L A W ,
W III praetlrt In all tb courts ofJRolt
Now, Good People of Holt nxd neighboring counties, Tin: County Papku Is
before you. You see what it is and it spunks for itself. Wo promised that it
should hu Ihe Largest, tho Handsomest, and thu B.t County l'apur iu thu Stute.
With becoming modesty, we claim that we have fullllled our promts. No citizen
of Holt county will be ashaied to send Tiik Cou ty Paukh abroad as an index
of thu Intelligence of our people. Wo confess that wu aru proud of this papor,
and w believe our pride will be slinred by all our subscriber..
But not only do we furnish our readers tno best county paper iu tho Slato: wo
TIicmi 1'ftiiioin fiiittu
luculs not. cxccrtl
In liuiklirr. Ilio furlorv Imv.
Iiik liuvii.tn siicecssful opcr
allunao cur. The OriMiit
BEST IN XON,
Most Tasteful in Form,
Out Lasts all Others.
A airat variety of styles IhiIIi fur public and
private 11511. CitiUeucs nnt frcu to any. uil
ilrcssun appllratlou. Also a
FULL LINE OF PIANOS
unsurpHsicil In Tone ami Workiimnslilp,
Aililrts tlir corupany rlllu r at Uoston, Mush.
Knns I'ltv. Mu, or Allunla (in.
I'umcksciI Bf UK icnictlj, rvjry man May lis
Ills own Doctor. It limy be rcilicil Into Urn
ntrin, hii f to reach any Internal rmuplnliit i
liy tfcesc iiicaiu It urs siorcs or mi-or In tnu
Jliront, Mtoinacli. I.Ucr. Sil,ie or oilier psun,
fr lu uii liif.nlllliln nMii'ilv fur llilil l.i'ir. IIh
lireatls, Contrni'tcil or M(H Joluty, (tout, lllicu
imitl.ini. ami all HLIn I'lii-ie-es, 1
IM1-OUTANC CAl'TION. NllllC II M Cl'llllllin
imlcsi the (LlKimtiirv of J. II wihu'k, as up-lit
for thu i.ullvil Mules. mrrnoi)is t'neb box ut
nl.so offer the most liberal Glftn to sub.erlhcrs ever presented bj any paper lu tho l' "0XM ' r"U' v '!WU'
L'nlted States, so far as nur knowledge extends. Our obluct iu this Is to Inm'mk-' tJrXlioce'li conlilcrable savins by taKlna
swell our suhscr ntloil ll.it. We want more. .utbterihcr.in. tillHA'P MASv n,,, I "ia wruriiie.s.
nnu wo wain our present suoscriucrs ro am us in gelling mam. vvo ought tu I
uavu a iiiiins.iiiit more suu.seriuurs 111 nun county, ami wo can secure thum if our I
liresent subscribers will onlv aid us bv showlns thu mnr.r tu. tluir llliVir'lilmp. nl,,i
telling them of thu ploastiru they derivo every week from readinar It. We li reliy
.ii'l'iiiui inn. 01 0111 niiii.suriuurn our itciu, nun w iirgu caen ono Ml inp.Toi
himself or hersolf in our bohalf. .lust think oX.tWg; if each of our suhserlhurs
will send us just onu name wo will havo nearly thruii iKoiisand subscribers: and
vnuii vo unn ami irm muKc 1 nt; uoi'ntv x'ArF.n sun lienor man It now; ln,-
Tnfiiiy moru so.
u.lh.Vl bl tdl'i?" w"i."r.8t tMud ,l w9 ovcn Dollars n copy 1 but we.
i??JLil,i"irn"8i'mon.t,8 wh.ore y we can 9ive U wn'J o our subscribers In
tho manner abovt mentfoned. SQr Any 0110 who wants to rracuro the Perfect
Shakespeare without the payment of any cam, can do o bv bribing us'- the'
names of seven new subscriSfnM two Dullard each, cash In advance The 0 new
6Ub.crlbera.wlU bogeBpromliins tho same as other now subscribers. '
" ' -l' ' . ,1 1, ,.s
Beautiful Jewelry Casket.
To any subscriber, new or old, who wl pav. iis Four 'Dollars cash In
w1rhBn.Cff:'v,n,8.C,,.d T" Cou?'Tr Vv. 01" 'y"r. and also p2sent-t,l
nftftl?iCrnntH,.n,nc Tw 1 lecc8 Qt- PenutUal JeWelry. This Jewelry is
Sm.i nu8ied if i,0,i.d puro F,m'M .aU tho farts representing gold are hba vy
gold-plated and look as well and nro almost as good as It tko? wore sol I )Vo d.
The various articles Ititendcd for ladlesVwcar'.r rnj minn u
Though wo know cur subscribers fcwl kindly UUyard us, wr
stiinulato their good will by offsjipg them Indueomonts, In tho 3liape of valuable
guts, iur an iney rto icr us. Thcio Uifts aro so various that, among them all,
no onu can fall to find just what ho or sho may want. Wo offer Gifts for secur
ing all tho way from one subscriber up to lifty, and ranging in value from 25
cents, nt) fn S.I10. Good Friends, In huliilvg us you also huln yourselves.
tity,'u,siBsorlber you 'gut fur us, tho bettor wo will make the paper for you. And
muiu n imi. n nuuaeriour on our usi who cannot sunn us ai mast oib new name.
Ami "ovcry lltllo helps', ' If enough subscribers will send us now namos to maku
0,u average of onu natno from each, wo will bu sattslled Bead over carefully thu
foregoing list of Glfisj and If you find the namu of sovie hlngyoii want which
an bo had by sea ring a fow subscribers for in, make up your minds to have It
and go to work and got It. It will tako very little trouble. No onu can luok
through The Countv Papku without being pleased with It; and when thu further
iiWucomont is held out that every suhsorlhor Is allowed euoiiioof'u number of
valuable gifts, there Is not ono intelligent man out of twenty who' will refuso to
subsorlbe. Try itl Young ladies and crentlemen can, bv very littlo effort, soou'ro
a large number of those charming books, tho names of which are suro to roaka
them wish for them. ' ' '
Now, who will hclo usP Wo oronoso to imiUIIhIi. from limn to limn, n Troll ar
Honor, containing the namos of those who specially Interest themselves, for us. 1
Shall wo not havo the pleasure, of Iniertlng your. name in that list? ""' " 1
lfot.i.owiv A Co.. New Vork,
BRENT GOOD ,C.Q. . ,
Wholesale Acen ti. "JEW
The Best Thing etR
The FUeijUyrif ArouMIe Tc'.foco Co'
New Met Jllc Telcfone. Semi for Given-
Fitchbatur Acouitlc Telefone C.
UoxTii, Unt City, i' llclibun;, Mun.
"before a man liatli power In say, lloholil
Tli t Jaws of il;irl;iKHi have ilcvourcil It up.
Outfltsentlfrccto those uho uhli In cu
ins In Hie most nlcasnut unit iirollluliln
linsiacHskiiouii. Jf.vT tlilnn iiew. Cnpl
en not reoulrcil. Me ulil Iiiinlsli win
cvrryiuiHi;. iu n oiiy linn ninvanis 1.1 wuy
mailo without Miiying nwnr ir.m home our
iiliiht, NorUk whutevrr. Many new workers
wiuilrd nt uuce. Mauyiin1 miikluK fnrluutsiit
the huslucss. l.-nlle; in.iKe as much ns mui,
uMtlyounu hoys nail i;lrl iiinke crrnt pay. No
one wlin Is Milling to work fulls lo iimKe Mora
money uvcry ihiy IIiiih cm hw iiimtu In a wcrU
nt n;i J iirillunry employment. Those who en
uaiient oueu will llnil a short r.ml In fi rtiiun
Ailiircxs II, II.ii.i.ktt, & Co., rori:and. Mitluu
JOTrULKwforBojnijii Old. 1 1
Town, m J 014 1 1 A EW1.V.
VBHTIOH Jul utesUd for them.
toe Hon um I 1
1 Vrak ud Borotl Brlnf, Tumlnir,
km OutUm . file S to UO,
I e.DdctpU for 100 .:
SKAIM I1U0WV, Umll, Km