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Vital Washington News.
The Ilumphey ship subsidy
bill, which provides for an an
nual gift of $5,000,000 from the
treasury of the United States to
millionaire privnto ship owners,
is to bo jammed through this ses
sion of Congress at Jho special
request of President Taft.
Ship subsidies aro about ns un
popular with tho country gener
ally as tariir revision upward.
Yet the Republicans appear to
be unafraid to place this addi
tional class legislation upon the
Tho stand-pat Republicans
who were defeated for re-election
have nothing to loso through
voting for ship subsidy. The
stand-pat Republicans who were
reelected will vote for it to be
consistent with past performanc
es. Besides, Republicans voting
against measures recommended
by President Taft lay themselves
open to the charge of traitor, for
which, "haii'-l ig is to too good
for tliem . I in addition there
to may hi. 1 rieir patronage tak
en away frof.v rhgm.
ThV vote' m tfia 6lup subsidy
bill will bfyJg Soverol pro
gressive Repuomms will refuse
to support the measure, the Pres
ident's recommendation and im
plied threat notwithstanding.
The best that can be said for
a eluppiii',' subsidy is that it pro
vides for the payment of public
money directly to big private in
terests on the assumption that
the maritime commerce of the
United States will increase and
that -the public will thou be able
to get the donations hack indi
rectly. But past experiments
-have proven that, once the spe
cial interests get hold of the peo
ple's money, the people have
their own trmiblfrgetUr. it Lll'fr,'
either directly or indirectly.
known, Uncle Sum now subsid
izes a few mail steamship Hues.
Our heaviest subsidized line is
lierween New York and England.
If it is true, as subsidists assert,
that trade follows subsidies, why
Jx it that our exports to the Unit
ed Kingdom in the ton years be
tweon 1897 and 1007 increased
but 25 por cent., while our ex
ports to nine countries to which
we have no subsidized lines in
creased from 105 to 4000 per
Our exports to the United
Kingdom and countries to which
we have no subsidised lines, in
creased as follows between 18S)7
and 1907 :
UrfTtecT Kingdom, 25 per cent.
Turkey, 4900 "
AustfiajHungary, 275 " "
Egypt,.. 200 " "
Germany,'- 105 " "
Italy, 181 " "
Canada, 181 44
Japan, , 100 4' 4
Tho appointment of Judge
Robert W. Archbaldjof Ponnsyl
vaniu, aud interstate Commerce
Commissioner Martin A. Knapp
to the federal court of commerce
is satisfactory to Big Interests,
ArchbalJ, although the presi
dent may not have known it, was
once upon a time the subject of a
scathing arraignment in 11 decis
ion of the Pennsylvania Supreme
court, when an enterprise floated
by him was denounced as a
"fraud upon the public" and a
"disregard of tho requirements of
business honesty." The suit was
one brought in 18S5 by Hill, Reis
er & Co., in the Lackawanna
county court against Archbald
nnd others, doiug business as the
Amity Coal Co., Limited. The
Th suit was carried to the state
Supreme court. The decision a
gainst Archbuld was written by
the late Justice Williams, it de
dares that the concern in which
Archbald was one of four part
ners was an "empty shell" and
its businesS, conducted on a fake
capital of $25,000, a "fraud upon
the public." '
Tho nomination of Commis
sioner Knappls objected to on
the ground tliat.Knnpphas shown
himself to beWongly hi favor of
railroad privileges, and is there
fore disqualified for service on a
court which is to pass upon rail
Close observers at tho Capitol
declaro there is nothing surpris
ing about the appointments.
The two nominees aro of the
samo tompornmout as the men
who are mpst'.frequently receiv
ed at the White House, to-wit:
Aldrich, Hale, Stephenson, Gug
genheim, Penrose. From tho
ilrst, tho President's advisers
have been men whose views wore
not the vievvs'of the great mass
of the American people. Repub
licans like LaFollette who have
called at the White House to
counsel with the President have
been kept waiting in tho ante
room 60 long that they have left
the executive mansion in dis
gust. Since tha President has relied
upon the suggestions aud advice
of men uupopular with the peo
ple, and has rejected the advice
and counsel of Republicans pop
ular with the people, tho Presi
dent should not be surprised that
his administration is failing to
please the people.
Vhen President. TaTt was con
sidering who Sle would appoint
to the Supreme bench ho gave
the progressive Republicans a
list of men and asked them to
investigate their records and de
cline what their attitude would
be if he should nominate tliem.
This the progressives did, report
ing favor of some and against
ottters. Imagine their surprise
when the President announced
liis selections ;ind Jtjwas found
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SlJfvirIRY OF L. & E. TIC1E TBLE.
No. f2."No. 4, ' No. I, No. 3,
:, r. t. Stations. Daily Sunday
P"j'y ""y- 1 px. Sun. Da'lv- Only.
M. A. M. ' "A. M. P. M. AM.
8:2r 7::J" "LpxinKlnn, 0:55 6:05 10:25
:i:i"o 8:155 .VineliH-ter, 0:12 5:20 9:4(
'6:10 8:2(5 L. & K. .1 unction, 9:00 5:07 0:34
:i::!l 8:42 Indian Fit-Ids,' 8:45 4:53 9:20
3:5o 0:i)2 C.LM' CITY", 8:25 4:35 9:02
ar.'.X 0:10 'St.mton-, , . 8:15 4:2G 8:54-
4:05 0:15 Rwnlyn. 8:09 4:20 8:48
4:14 0:22 Fin. ' , 8:03 4:14 8:42
4::)') 9:38 ('ampt.in .Tnnctlon, 7:48 3:57 . 8:28'
4:35 0:43 Natural -Bridge, ,7:45 3:55 . K:2fi
4:47 0:3(5 Torrent. 7:30 3:41 8:15
5:10 10:17 Beatiyville Jot, 7:07 3:20 ' 7:54
(5:05 11:15 O. & K. Junction, 0:15 2:25 7:05
.6:10 11:20 Jackson,. 0:10 2 :20 -1. :00
Ii KmwKMi warraM ana Zlilt tlki
Wiw. Knd bUteh, Moacrur r'iulo..ioi
I Pace ttKPOBTAntMimtaMlllr. rilMlw..1
fna 3 rtau in alajup for InraloaM boak.
Ti". i ' ana rATIMTl,
Wliifli nuc rfju How la jft iwrttwr,
1 IwUot law and MIim' TaluaUa InloniiallunJ
! D, SWIFT ft CI.
('303 Soventh St., Whtafttin.D.
? Sur-wd rfcm v?rtnlni dec Mk
in, ntvooj prpfnticn. rntl fcinfcW
i '-awin-sj-KJ they am tba vikh:
U t'ft Um mt4Ub vi.-r told'
SAVE YOUR FOWLS!
Bourbon Poultry Caret recopnizod'aa the standard poultry
rcmoUr of tba world, it U tho one reuuxly thai can bo depended
oa with sbsoluto certainty tq euro and prevent
Citpes, Oliolcru. Jtoup,
llmbcrneck. Diarrhoea and all cxlultiR toima of poultry dls
cuKci. A few drops la the drinking water kerpn fowls baltny and
rfreofromdlacase. -A6.VJ bottloma!cesl2saliunsof modlclno. i'or
' tae treatment of Dlntikhwvl und other dlaoiwa In turkey a
Bourbon Poultry Cure
HA NO EQUAL'
i li Mil I IJKI11 .1
ii maawaaawaam i bhhii wtv
Mil. W.'W.Rlton,IIopllalTl!I,l:r.(Mr: "I
bave been taitlog chicken! (oracailr fifiy 7313 anl
tiouiLon Poullry Cmo Ittlieuost nl-Jic:iiyiailtd
I have ever UMd lur Cho'cra aad Capet."
Ifr P.P. P..t. P I'Tjumr
I rilJ hundndol cHiaitnl Ittofiom fapee
ly nivimr Ihem lkwibua Poultry Cure. 1 find
It a tan cura lor Choliw a-d umberoecli,"
i UAH Lvadlni OruoBlta
Mtv1 tl f l - TnMeviara
oa.7b7 o.ournun riemeay uSKkV. u. s. a
BOo per Bottle.
MakM you a member-
sends a piano to your
home and saves you the .
b itvann-Day Lbr. Co., Hard wick &; Co,,
Clay C ty. v
HWHfST HMKET rMK hUI
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The Following CUXNKCTIONS are made Doily ExoeUt Sunday.
L. as E. Junction: Nob. l and 8 will connect with tb'' CdcCf. Rull
way for .Ml. Sfr)ing, Ky. ,
Cianptnn Junction: Nob. 1, 2, 3 and 4 will connect with tho Nfiun
- tain Centml Railway fir passengers to aud 'from Camptcn, Kv
Ueattyvillo Junction: Nos. a will connect with tho L. & A. Pail-
way for IJeattyville, Ivy.
O. S: K. Junction: Noh. it and 4 will connect with the O. & K. Rail.
way for Oanncl Cit.v, Ky, and wayfjtionlB. x
Bavn all aellluic expense aa wall a. Jobbers',
deulura' und aoUoltont' proUt.
r f; u nj tM u mj ii
Keeps up your dueel
and In ose ef death I
gives yen reeelet j
in run for your ,v
In the coupon ITOPMB 4
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