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' B there la a probability, contrary to
the general opinion on thw
iet. that Mr. Bryan may again
try to secure the democratic nomination
(or congress from this iltMrtoi, aa awu
by Tna Ceuninu laat week, there ia aleo
a probability that Governor Crounse, of
whom it haa all along been aatd that he
would not under any clrcumstancea be a
candidate for renomlnatlon, may not
only allow hie name to be presented to
the convention, but may encourage IU
presentation. Certain developmenta of
a private nature, that hare lately come
within Thk Couninn's observation, In
dicate, and very etrongly, that Governor
Orounee will again be a candidate. The
politlciaaa who are counting upon the
governor to withdraw himself from the
caavaaa may be, and aa It now looks, are
pretty certain to be, disappointed.
Candidates for governor, by the way,
are sufficiently numerous as to preclude
any Bossibility of a short crop. In fact
the market may be said to be already
overloaded. Just aa a starter, we may
Thomas J. Majors.
JaekMcOall, ' '
I. M. Raymond,
W. J, Broatch,
Oeorge P. Resale,
Geo. D. MelkleiohR.
The blue skirt tsfoiag to bs wafted
to and fro in the prairie breeaes aa it
was never wafted before, Tom Majors
has set, not only one eye, but two, on the
governor's office, aad between now and
the state convention he will address
kimsett solely to the work of getting
there. There Is no truth in the report
that Tom and Rosewater have smoked
the pipe of peaee. The conflict between
these two will be, if anything, more
spectacular than aver. Tom yields to
his dear neighbor, Ohursk HoweJ the
honor of having crept under the Rose
water cover. '
, Three sMntha ago it looked aa though
John Vetera waa going to he a very!for.
enndidate. Jean haa a strong
the salens and members of , the
itral eomaUHee; and thereiwas
for bettering that aiblg
w lata havt, however, hang ire, and just
now ta future of the Peters' boom ia
JsasMwaat naeertein. It awy suddenly
. shoot into preminenee with meteoric
WnttWnaty.ar it may gradaally fade away
li'iWm the green en the trees lnthe.au.
not to be a candidate for reelection.
The senator may 1 a delegate from No.
braeka to the nest national convention
and take an active part In the nomina
tion of McKlnley for president, awl thus
open the way for his appointment fas
secretary of war In President MoKln.
ley's cabinet. This Is looking a long
way ahead! but then politicians aro used
Leaving Manderson out of considers,
tlon, there are at least two candidates
for the United Btates senate in Douglas
county, John L. Webster and John M.
Thurston and the two Johns will make
things hum. Thr CouniRR is able to
state with the utmost posltlveneas that
Thurston will be a candidate. Even
now his friends are beginning to rally
around the "Blaine of the West."
R 1 1 II
Ex-Senator Algernon Sidney Paddock
may get into the fray.
The list of republican candidates for
secretary of state, revised up to the hour
of going to press Is aa follows:
George J. Woods, Lincoln.
0. 0. Oaldwell, Lincoln.
E. R. Biter, Lineoln.
D. O. Mosely, Lincoln.
J, O. F. McKesson, Lancaster county.
J. A. Piper, Alma.
A. R. Orusen, Curtis.
There are a half a doaen candidatos
for the nomination for commissioner of
public lands and buildings. Two of
them are J. 8. Dew of Teoumaeh, and
H. B, Russell, of Behuyler.
For attorney-general the following
are in line:
W. B. Bummers, Beatrice
J. L. MoPheely, Mlnden.
J. P. A, Black, Bloomlngton.
W. B. Hamilton, Lincoln.
That ia a tradition among poUUeUne
in thia state that there ueedte bean old
settler who oould look hank to the time
wbeaJsikMeCnll was not a eandidate
far governor. It there aver waa such a
i 1m Ma-undoubtedly paased away.
mw liviua oaa remember the
sjajmmw WamMI VnvOK WW aaOV Hat veaYv BarKle
He oame pretty near being nominated
ones, lour years age,-probably nearer
vttuaa ffaW WIN WwWm OMaM mjpWN
i f "' ' '0 '
, The mention of R. X. Vateutiae, of
Waal Point, M-oongreasauMi and earner-
itetaraeot the UaHed Mates sea-
ngtA eja aa amaeaeBaaWlA mmtmtmmmmm nfMa nuaABaKu
ii ntSf an n psamwie eeaosojaai iot auvnranr,
I. hf, Raymond at this dty, ha looks like
. agoTemeisaadhe ia univeraaUypopn-
hw. RewoaM auto gavetanr worth
waning around two Moaha to aee. Val,
aa ho m sailed, semes from Btate Treat,
arer Barttey'a part ef the state, wataa
foot weald doubtless eperats against hie
' 0 ii
Mr. Raymond hna not taken the pub
Uoiatohla oeaaasaoe aa to hie latea-
UMafte AaMTO Ma AOWOVOtV 90aMtaRvfw)D0
ant of mo eonainaey, and as aanjr ft
side to anaanaaa himsslf later on. No
one wiU dispute the fet that Mr. Ray
maad'would'aMke airotstoas govern
sW ' i
W. J. Btoatoh and Mayor Bemia and a
eeore ef other people in Omaha aro took
ing toward the governorship. The pro
phot who usoakeya with Douglas oounty
is Uo likely to ooste to grief. What
that oounty will or wlU not do ia past
fading out Whatever idea Mayer
Bemia may have of semiring the nomi
nation rests ..entirely on the ahUity of
Rosewater to oontrol the Douglas dele.
. gettoa ItisaotprooaMethat he wUl
hoabla to do thk antagonised as ha
4 . wtHbebrJohaL. Wsftster et al;
' .even If Bemia should reaoh mm
,. ,. v ooavahtaan with Daagtes at his book
' -V' id taaeaue. weald not bo onooesstuL
r .,Vaas is nHogithsr too mnoh of aa nati-
nViRoMwatir toeaag abound la the land to
BMbe it healthy for the eandidate who
v,mmxmmwimmmm mi paep m ym ui
j J namw mmmmmmnj as ammmjajnae
Mr. Bummers, the present deputy, is
excellently qualified for the place, and is
regarded aa a very promising candidate.
Don't waete time, money and health,
trying every new medicine you may eee
advertkwd in the papers. It the cause
of your trouble ia la the blood, liver,
stomach or kidneys, take Ayer'a Barsafo
arllla at once, and be sure of a cure.
Take no other.
Hotallng Bon are selling Wash-
bron k Crosby Superlative for 11.95
par nack; aleo 9Bo California can fruits
tor lie. Honey Dew can goods at. 35c,
These are wonderful reductiona ia prices
bat the times demand it of us. Store
1415 0 street Tel. 610.
mm iuhes' amis.
For quite along time fashions have
undergone the alow change, practically
remaining in n stationary state with
alight modmeatlooe. This,seasoa, how
ever, a decided change is shown in
skirts, in the way of draperies. The old
time draped effects are more or less re.
vlved with the addition of many pretty
and artistic touches, in accordance with
modern taete, or with adaptations from
historical sources. The underskirt,
however, will retain its present flaring
effect. To mnny people, the announce
ment of thia ooming style ia viewed with
eome apprehension, no it Implies much
practical knowledge for the making up
of the now skirts. The best way, how
ever to And the needed information and
all the leading modele of the coming
season, ia to subteribe to one or two
Fashion Journals. The McDowell Mag
aainee, which always maintain n high
degree of onoollonoo ia thio respect, will
perfectly fill the wants of everyone on
thiaaubject. We notion aleo that, for
the farther aooommodatlon of their cus
tomers, these contain, in the form of
ooupona, nt an esoeedingly moderate
priee, designs of new skirts and other
moat novel stylee. The pattema and
nanormodela issued by the house of
MsDowell A Co., axe widely known and
Justly praised for their accuracy, and
their arUstie, aa well aa prastiosl excel.
leooe. "La Mode de Park" and "Park
Album of Fashion," ooat only I&50 n
year or 3 cente each per oopy.
Those who desire to take a trip to Tex
as cell on J. J. Butler or H. C. Young,
1901 0 street, Lincoln, Nebraska, aa they
are at the head of a large excursion
which will leave Lincoln February 13th.
For further partkulara call on Phil Dan
iek, city ticket agent or J. J. Buttler,
H. O. Young.
HOOSK h wife with n low,
soft voice nnd n protty
foot." said a veteran man
of the world tho other day. "Thoy are
the only things which won't chango.and
when you are old you can close your
eyes and listen to your rlfo's chatter, or
glance down at her little font resting on
the fender and Imagine you aro still
young. Now, a protty figure sometimes
grows spare and gaunt, or tho contour Is
covered up by a burden of adipose. Tho
sunny hair grows gray. Even tho oyes
chango when surrounded by wrinkles.
The little hand grows yellow Hnd
hrlvolloJ. But tho neatly booted foot
may look Just as it did long ago, and the
pretty volco bo harmonious an over."
A bit of peppermint losonge Just bo
fore going on Is Lillian Blauvelt's pre
ventive against dry palate or any other
aaltvatory trouble. Every one knows
that her mellow notes always seem to
ripple from a well-oiled throat. Sho
gave the remedy to Campannrl, who ex-
tola it highly. It may come in oxcollent
for many a norvoun dry-throated young
Bo much latitude ia allowed in the in
terpretation of tho present fashions that
even an exaggerated plcturoequonoes
will be quito pormisslblo in summer
fabrics, tho Inexpensive materials and
lovely coloring giving scope to tho most
original conceptions. One way of mak
ing a striped ekirt Is to have tho front
seamed ao that It will form sharp Van.
dykes, thk being repeated upon the biaa
back widths. The evolution of the
sleeve for the last two years haa been
quite an interesting study. Commenc
ing with n few gathers at' tho top it has
become more and more elaborate, until
now it would seem that It haa reached
the acme of prominence It is now the
keynote of the gown, and on its cut, tit
and style depend tho success of tho
costume. Happily tho high ehouldor
effects which made some women look so
ridiculous, have given place to a lower
arrangement which, although quite as
wide and bouffant, is infinitely more
graceful, the width coming Just below
the shoulder instead of above it.
Nearly all the new cloth dreeeee
thnt one sees just now havo some
sort of basque over the hips. A
favorite pattern k the short "ripple"
M ,1 .:"" E I
affsn a " ai
N,rK MiftHMme '
ImmV .-A-Jag ." ' II
"Ml mVammUVKL CtMBBmWamm
Mr, L, M. JTamtoit,
Of AagMta, Ms., sayit "I do not resMmhst
whea I beata to teas Rood's gamparlllei H
was several years aao, and I have f eaad It dees
am a great dosTo foodla ny desUalag yearn.
I am II Yar
I awauM sad 9s dart old. and ray health to per.
Hotly aeon. IhaTotioacbesorpaUMaSeataM.
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