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v l HARTLEY TRYING TO ESCAPE
Attorneys Only Attempt to Find
The attorneys in the case against
Joseph Bartley examine every document
filed by the state, in all its minutest de
tails in the hope of finding some slight
irregularity in the form or wording of
the document.. They do not pretend to
claim that Bartley is innocent. They
have filed a plea in abatement in the
Douglas county case to have the trial
dismissed, setting up two reasons, first,
that Bartley had not had a preliminary
hearing before a magistrate clothed with
proper authority to conduct the hearing
and that he had not waived his right to
such a bearing. The second reason is
that there is a case pending in Lancas
ter county covering the crime of which
he is charged and on trial in Douglas
county, and as both courts might re
quire his attendance at the same time(
he might be unable to comply with the
court's order. The attorney-general
had anticipated the defense set up in the
second instance and has had the Lan
caster county case dismissed without
prejudice to a new action. The first con
tention involves only the question of
the jurisdiction of the Omaha police
judge and the regularity of the proceed
ings. Peculiar Poisons.
GEMRATED IN THE HUM AH BODY-
The lU.ult of Iiiierftit lHgestlua of
Every living thing, plant or animal,
coutaius within JtsWi the germs of cer
tain decay and dent li.
In the human boily these germs of dis
unite and death (calUd by scientists Pto
maines), are tisuuily the result of ini
wrttt digeetiou ol food; the result of
indiKwtiou or dysiepeia.
The stomach, trout abuM, weakens,
1im-s not promptly and thoroughly di
gest the food. 'I lie result is a heavy,
eoddeo mass a hicb ferments (the first
process of decoy) poisoning tits blood,
uiaklug it tblu, weak, and lacking in red
corpuaclra; poleouing tlis brain causing
headachee and pain in theeyaa,
fad digestion irritateatbe heart, rati
In palpitation and finally brtugiogoo
diiwas of this very Important organ.
1'oor digeetiou Hiins the kidneys,
rausiug lirtgbt'e diaeaae and (ali.
And this ts eo U-auee every organ,
every n.rvs depende upon the eloutaeh
alone lor ouurUhmeut and reeeaal, and
weak dtgellOH eboaa Itaelf lot only IB
la luae ol appetite and flu, but la wak
nrvs and muddy eompWiloa.
Tkegrat KnglUh eeteBlMt, IhtWy,
eatd Iks bet atari la his la t sound
itomsfk, Weak etontacke fall to dlaael
brad properly, beenuae tke lack Iks
roper quantity ol durast" ani (lap
tie and kydroeklorle) and neptorea
prods la; tka moat sensible rvoiedy la
all eaaea til tudiatia, la In lake alter
aek aal, oaa of lu ol Mtaarl'a I'jrs.
pepeia lable'a, because tktt supply la a
strioed in eold:
lor ladies, all for $50.00. Also complete line of 20, 24 and 26 inch two styles Tan
dems at $100.
Tour Mechanical Friends and Critically Investigate at
the Largest Line of Harness, Saddlery and Accessories in the City,
they are right. Look for the Sign of the Horse.
pleasant harmless form all the elements
that weak stomachs lack.
The regular use of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets will cure every form of stomach
trouble except cancer of stomach.
They increase flesh, insure pore blood,
strong nerves, a bright eye and clear
complexion, because all these result only
from wholesome food well digested.
Nearly all druinmtg sell etuart s Dys
pepsia Tablets at 50 cents full sized
package or by mail by enclosing price
to Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich., but ask
your druggist first.
A little book on stomacn diseases
mailed free. Address Stuart Co., Mar
ONE CASE DISMISSED.
Attorney-General Smyth will not lake
In proceeding iu the cases against ex-
Treasurer J. H. Bartley, Attorney-General
Smyth is exercising great caution.
It is not bis intention to allow the courts
that are in sympathy with Bartley any
excuse whatever for releasing him. He
has had Bartley arraigned twice once in
Douglas county on the charge of embezl
iug the $181,000 general (und warrant
and Bgain in Lancaster county on the
charge of embezzling the entire amount
of his defalcations including the f 181,
000 warrant, in all 537,000. Bartley's
attorneys in Omaha were expected to
file objections to theprogress of the trial
on the ground that he was to be tried
twice on the same charge. To avoid
this the Attorney-Uenerul has ordered
that the Lancaster county case be dis
missed without prejudice to a new action.
Bartley will then be re-arrested on a
complaint charging embezzlement of
f5.'i7.000 less the 181,000 warrant
which is included intliecborgeln Omaha.
What the result of the trial will bade,
penda largely upon the action ot the
judges. They will have the opportu
nity to convict the Honorable J, 8.
Bartley if they so desire. That la all the
attorney-general can give them,
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The propoaitloa niada by tba Herniary
ol tna navy that the lowrumvnt eatab
IUI a plant and mel. its ua ariiu lot
Ha baltlaahtpe la erloualy aUriukug the
armor plate maautaeittwe, laewe giant
corporations bate bea Margin the
government aarly laiceaa mack lor
armor pUta aa they receive from loraiga
ovtrauteHta, and tka secretary la back
a4 by a large toaliagaat at tuagraaaniaa
la ki tiaatr to make tka governuieat la
dependant el prltala eat.rprMa la Ik la
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gat hoi la naakiagtaa and sknuld
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g0 143-145 SOUTH TENTH
MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES
General Barry Favois Its Mobilization at
The idea of making a grand display of
the militia military forces of the United
states at the trans-Mississippi exposi
sition as one of the chief attractions is
The Military Gazette has written to
Adjutant general Barry for his opinion
in relation to the proposed encampment
in reply to which he has sent the follow
Headquarters Nebraska National
guard, adjutant General's Office, Liu
coin, Neb., May 28 Editor Military
Gazette, Chicago, Hi. Sir: Referring to
your letter of April 20 relative to the
mobilMsation of the .National guard at
Omaha during the exposition, and re
questing an expression of ray opinion on
the matter. I will say that not only my
self, but all of the officers of the National
guard of this state with whom I have
consulted are heartily in favor ol the
idea, believing that the concentration
of the guard of the several states of our
great country in a camp of instruction,
can, as a matter of course, but result for
the very best interests ol our citizen sol
The policy of our government has not
in the pass, nor will It in the future, ad
mit of the keeping of a standing army
sufficient to meet a sudden declaration
of war. Consequently we must rely upon
the organized militia to meet emergen
To this end, it is of vast importance
that the National guard should receive
sufficient support, and Instruction in
ordur that it may at all times be ready
for mobilization at threatened points.
The gathering together of the troops of
tlu'l difftrent states In camps of Instruc
tion carries mora with it than the mere
routine of drill, guard duty and cere
monies. The principlea of minor tactics can be
better exemplified, strategical problems
on a large scale can ! demonstrated
and worked out, Olfloera learn to kuow
each other, observing themethode of
admiuistratiou, etc, possibly detecting
errors, or It may be eveing in tba system
of their comrades of other states better
la fact, one might go ou and enlarge
on Ihla aubjt until be bad matter
vnoitiih to make a good ailed anphlvt.
While I bava eiprvaavd ui)!l in Uvur
of the mobilnatioii ol the National
guard of the l otted ritatea at Omaha, I
must also ex pra the opinion that in
orWr to luaure tka beat raulle Irotn
M b joint eneamptneata the praaeat
militia law of tba I ailed Htte should
Im changed ao aa to give tu the g-n.ral
eomtuaading aad all subordinate onVere
lull military eoatrol, equal la that auw
aierviead by ulttcere ol tba ragalar army,
axd ortWre ol tka Naltoaai guard over
tbr eufcDande witkia tba boundary
ut tkett owa staua.
The eommaadint J(W oltke j.ilst
seaaipiMl rould only command by
loluslary agraamebt, ke kavlsg ao as
tkorvty br law Uaaa aa order aad aa
foraa tba4wae fcert, Tka paaaaga o
tka BtUlU bill praarad at tkaaarda
Kr taieat aad alrdaaa4at tka last ae
sion of congress would obviate this dif
ficulty. It seems to me there should be
no trouble to get such a bill passed by
the congress now in session. To bring
about an enactment of such a law only
requires tue united enorts ottbe adju
tant generals of the several states who
should call the attention of their con
gressional delegatiouto such a measure
and urge them to support the same.
I am assured by each member of the
Nebraska delegation that such a meas
ure will receive their cordial support. I
am very trulyyours. P. H. Babky,
Are the older members of the senate
content to leave it to Senator Tillman to
move an investigation into the facts and
allegations that seriously compromise
the honor of that body? Do they
imagine tnat the old Sugar Trust
scandal can be "hushed up" when a new
and greater scandal is impending? The
country hears a great deal about the
"courtesy of the senate." Is it not high
time to hear something about its honor1
-New York World.
That was a nice bit of partisan hy
Cocricy when Senator Thuston of Ne
raska, speaking of the Cubun bellig
erency resolution the other day, "re
called the stirring seen when the con
vention enthusiastically Inserted the
Cuban plank in the platform, and de
clared that this resolution was in prac
tical fulfillment of thatpledgo." Topeka
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In diaeuamon recently In the United
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out by Senator iVttlirraw, lla abowed
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security on the main line aad all the
property ol the Iniou ractfle railroad.
The earuiuaa wara Uwl to construct the
branch, and the company holds the
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Thena elot'ia and bonds are worth .10,
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It U aartaialy tka duty ol tka govern'
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