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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

T Another Anoaymous Iicttep From a Paris Christian Church man. What the Battle Lake nessota) thinks about Blade r .ii- neview ( iviin- thom as y. imh.av irnky-at-i.aw me a nd my THOMAS K. IXH.AV. ! ATTOHNKY-AT-I.A V. . f I ha p-i'ist recti veil another annoymous tmber of the Christian . feign vour name to it, J 1 will le ((lad to print our question. I want an ao answer it. Vour church for publishing an anony roin one of you fellows; keep the secret of his yiost cost me my life, 1 ever know who it is; J- bound to know that it s-JL letter, because you know 1 not know enough about making town to write iL yonr y 3 ft. u have other indictments against c, filed away, so far as I know to the jntrarv, as I have never lieen officially notified of their dismissal; and now you are scheming to get to use them on ine again. You have your men John Sweeny, and john Smith and Craddock and iteming ton, Charley Bronston, Bill Owens, . Lockhart and Cantrill, all ready for me again when vou get a chanc...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

T Another Rnoymou Uetter prom a Patis Christian Church man. What the Battle Lake Review (Min THOMAS F. iml.AN. ATTllR.NKV-AT-I.AW. nessota) thinks about me and my j Blade X r I ha your st recti ved another annoymous nsmfoer of the thnsuan s. Sign your name to it, J 1 will be glad to print our question. I want an i o answer lL our church 1 for publishing an anony-i-otn one of you fellows; keep the secret of his iost cost me my life, fl ever know who it is; Jt bound to kuow that it j-ue letter, because you know . 1 not kuow enough about 'making towu to write it. u5 have other indictments against c, filed away, so far as I know to the ontrarv, as I have never been officially notified of their dismissal; and now you are scheming to get to use them on me again. You have your men John Sweeny, and john Smith and Craddock and Ueming - -ton, Charley Bronston, Bill Owens, . Lockhart and Cantrill, all ready for me strain when vou eet a chance at me. I am going to give you a pointer old . fello...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

r 4 I CATCH IT This Time From a Woman's Rights Woman. .cky Equal Rights Association. Ae in mr word ve shall know anil the truth shall make you free." yt.AVKA Clay. President. 78 N. Broadwav. jJjcixGTos. Kv., March l.v 1894. fc. Moore. Sir I have been absent from or several weeks, and finding I are sending me the Blue Grass Jl I take an early opportunity to j-hat t do not wish to continue my .u inscription to it. I honor your brave stand for Prohi bition and Kqual Rights too much to be willing to discontinue my subscription without a word of explanation. You will readilv surmise that it is ltecause of the attitude the Blue Crass Blade takes on religious questions. While I respect your right to your re ligious views my own are too dear to me to enjoy a paper that makes attacks upon them. As there is no dated tag on the paper, I am uncertain whether or not I am in arrears on my subscription. If so, I will pay it upon notification of the fact Very respectfully yours, Lai'ra Ci.av. Dear ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 April 1894

1 i J i r 4 I CATCH IT This Time From a Woman's Rights Woman. .city Equal Rights Association 1e in mr word ye shall know and the truth shall make vou free." jS.At'RA Clav, President, j 7S N. Broadway. JxiXGTON, Kv.. March i.v. 1894. ,'C Moore. Sir I have been absent from 01 k or several weeks, and limling are sending me the Blue Grass take an early opportunity to .hat I do not wish to rnntinue 111 v .unscription to it. I honor vour brave stand for Prohi bition and Equal Rights too much to be willing to discontinue my subscription without a word of explanation. You will readilv surmise that it is because of the attitmfe the Blue Grass Blade takes on religious questions. While I respect your right to your re ligious views my own are too dear to me to enjoy a paper that makes attacks upon them. As there is no dated tag on the paper, I am uncertain whether or not I am in arrears on my subscription. If so, I will pay it upon notification of the fact Very respectfully yours, Lai'ra Ci.ay....

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 27 April 1894

J A atjturr i A HEATHEN. TERMS PER YEAR: $2.00 for Rich People; $1.00 for Poor People. :ONL KY., SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1894. r BLABE. iEBLADE ADVERTISING RATES . : n i i t : ,ny urch I .r devil. I persecuted . . , .Le hypocritical . (Mettiodist) sect, aided by whisky makers, sellers cii They fear exposure by jur Blade. .ught to buy you a ki-yi, charge , via aqua ammonia, and squirt it in the eyes of those little "pestersome" animals I can hardly pick up a news paper that I do not come across that old saying that you ought to be in a lunatic asylum I am sorry I do not live in your district; there is no man that I would rather vote for than yourself. You have a good friend in the Nicholasville Demo crat ; one worthy the praise of all free men. It has the erit of a Spartan war rior They are afraid to fight you square with brains and ink. I am pleased that yon have retained my friend Judge Den ny, along with that brilliant old ludge J. R. Morton. Even if Ingersoll is not drawn into the case...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 27 April 1894

A Covington, Ky., Man on the Blas phemy Racket. Covington, Kv., April 10. Charles C. Moore, Esq , Lexington, Ky. Dear Sik: I learn with sorrow and amazement of your incarceration in the Lexington bastile, imprisoned on a charge of blasphemy. Great Caesar! What is Kentucky coming to? lias Christianity then so frail a foun dation that she cannot withstand the at tacks of a single individual. Is there not in Lexington or elsewhere a single Theologian who is able to cope with you and to effectually squelch you with your own weapons? Why do these people attend theological colleges for years ? To what purpose is all their learning? Is it only to fire off a chestnuty sermon at a drowsv congre gation on Sunday ? Or is religion a gi gantic money-making scheme for the benefit of its ministry A great combi nation, which from a financial standpoint, cannot afford to tolerate interference, must they, coward like, skulk be hind the barriers of law and resort to the old time method of persecution,...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 27 April 1894

.(.iiieiit of ,urse through ids the time-hon-Teligious di fficulties. is a conclusive ar ; Aping, although it Inconveniently like ' with Mr. Moore, his it he had "no per- f matter, and that him prosecuted -rded it as his duty 'and good citizen Is persecutor is a Generally he has .jl vat red or revenge. simply because he thinks es him to begin the work , God, will take up and con--uptedl y in another world, that such torture is neces- to save tne "soul" of his e souls of others, and inci--ourse, lay up treasures for eaven. Vf Kingdon Clifford the Southgate kind in mind Tote: "When we love our s sake of our . brother, we row in the right: but - brother for the sake of " is very likely to ' soon conies to ' health." .-than ..underfill , j paper that M uvihe same time me thousands of peo nited States, js old rags -X. .s invented by slow grada luning with a grunt no nearer . .-;i'isent articulate speech, than is the grunt of a pig. The deaf do not speak because they can't just as the lam...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 27 April 1894

A PENITENTIARY Convict likes me more than he does Chaplain Cooper. Frankfurt, Kv., 4-16-94. Charles C. Moore Kdltor Blue Grass Blade Lexington, Ky. Sir I have a copy of last week's Blade, and I like the paper so much I would like to have it the few weeks I am here. Mr. Moore, I am in the penitentiary here for two years. My time will be up the 21 of next month (May,) and if you will be o kind as to send me the Blade until the 21st of May. I will drop in and see you on the day my time is out and pay yon for same. Mr. Moore I am clerk in the office of the Kentucky Chair Company, and am outside all the time but Sunday, and I always hate to see Sunday come I go to hear the Sisters talk sometimes but I never go to hear Brother Cooper. I will be in Lexington on the 21st, and may be I can give you a little piece for your paper. Hoping I will receive a paper this week, I am Respectfully, Charlkv J. Brown. Brother the Blade will come to you regularly. Write me the piece. Come and see me as so...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1894

Triton At w 2rU THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLISHED BY ,A TTTSATST T. TERMS PER YEAR: $2.00 for Bich People; $1.00 for Poor People. Vol. III. No. 49. LEXINGTON, KY SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1894. BL BLABE. i; '-n" ""' -' K3H II Vtt COR.BROADWAYsMAIN 1ky?91 r V 4 AND AUTHOR OF -THE RATIONAL VIEW," A book of 373 pages 5x7, neatly bound and plainly printed. Price 50c. Postage Prepared. It is a modern Ra tionalistic view of Theology. THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. .ti .iiiitiii csseeccc'3 on.Yr. 888888808 UlBwrtions. SS8R838 i. Month.. 888888888 S Internum. J"'!!!!!!! Thiw. Month. 8SS888888 11 IiuerUou. 2""sasa Two Month., SSSS8SS88 . I liaeruoua, J"'SSSB One Month, S8B88SS88 4 InnertlonK. -Mmmm-m Tl,rr S3SS8SSS8 Juaertionc t.o.j 1wo S S Si 5 B 8 IS E 8 lunertionn. tnT.- rfTTTTsTT 1 llSTt (Oil. CI (I K M W hutered at Post Olficeat Lexington, Ky. as second class matter. Please Read This. All persons to whom litis pnjier conies having their nanu s printed on the mar gin it is livl will pay for it, a...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1894

Editor Hodges Not Drunk, bu Rattled. The following is from the Observer of "Hhould the probers of the OoHpel of t. vciflini in t-niuK in. aiunuon or ine world to the nindldacy of Col Brwkinridice from the pulpit, Home godlem heathen like t harley Moore who happen to have no se cret grievance to gratify, will take it Into bla head to imitate the great historian Plu tarch, and write a comparative history of uiminnute ana lwwiana aK me ques tion at thecloae, why do the Christ ians per sist in singing the psalms of David before David baa appeared before them In person In sd k IliaU 1.. .-11. .1.1.. - I . i .. muiiuiuu forgiveness." An appreciative stranger who reads mat would naturally think that Editor Hodges of the Observer was something of a fool or was drunk. But he was neither. He is a cultivated and educat ed gentleman of good principles wougn a moral cowara and the expla- ." C .1 '1 . uauuu vi me eviaem pnenomenon in tne editorudette which I have quoted ram mm is mat ne is "rattl...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1894

A MIDWAY, KY., Woman Everlastingly Cousin "Willie.' Skins Mrs. Sarah Sedgewick, of Mem phis, Tenn., tells what Wom en think about Breckinridge and Miss Pollard. To the Kditor of the Jilue Crass Made. During the discussion of the late un pleasantness in Washington, the women of this country could not help wondering why the men were so worked up by the fear of the terrible effects of the 1'ollard Breckinridge case on the female mind. This was shown by their writings in the press, and the remarks of Col. Iiutter worth in Cinciunalti, and to the jury. As he had reason to believe from the demonstrations of public feeling that his client was on the losing side.it was but nat ural that he should deplore the bringing of the suit. But women fail to see the reason lor this general outcry on the part of men about its alarming effects upon the morals of American women, and rise to remark that the men had better look within for a mare's nest. Women have always striven far harder than they to uph...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 May 1894

ft ANTI-BRECKINRIDGE Meeting A part of the Lexington Transcript's report of Opera House Proceedings. Never, in Kentucky, if indeed in Amer ica, or the world, has there been so great and so grand an aggregation of the in telligence and morals of any country, to protest against the immorality of any one man, as that which met at the Lex ington Opera house, Monday, May 14th, to express, in the most unqualified terms, its deep detestation, condemna tion and repudiation of the Dishonora ble William Campbell Preston Breckin ridge, liar, libertine and dead-beat. This is not language that I use simply because the man has so degraded him self as to license any man to speak, with impunity, almost any evil of him, but of the greater two 01 these charges be stands guilty under his own oath, and that he is a man who will not pay his debts promptly, if at all, is largely known in business circles. I am by no means certain, nor have I been, from the beginning of his Pollard exposure, that murder, ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 November 1894

..BJLIL BLADE. f : r THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLISHED BY A HEATHEN. TERMS PES YEAR: .00 foxich People; $l.o6 for Poor People. Vol. IV. No. 23. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, NOV. 11, 1894. i KIM 0 A Great Victory lor the Vanquished and Disgrace for the Victor. The People Express Enipbatlcallv Their Disapproval of Bn lidos- Inn: Method! In Politicians. AND AUTHOR OF "THE RATIONAL VIEW," A book of 373 page 5x7, neatly bound and plainly printed. Price 50c Postage Prepaid. It is a modern Ra tionalistic view of Theology. THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. H . it it t ii ; 4 seesBBas'3 On ..........MWtN.j m M m m e. m ohtw. SSS8888.S tllawnloB. SS8ligllS Wx Month.. 888888888 a loMtnious. Tan Months .8 88 8 88888 U luerUoom. Jr"S9SSX Two Months, SS88e8SB8 tiBMruou, """"saaa oH Month. SSB8SB8 4 lnsert(a) - ""-"3a Thra. H88S88S8S Inssrttona. ! 8SS8R88K8 Insertions. Single I.8S8S88S8 Insertion. f..l.iaa Entered at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. as second class matter. Lexington, Ky. C. C Moore, Dear Si...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 November 1894

Rev. Jones on Breckinridge and Rev. McGarvey on Noah's Ark. A country church called Providence has dispensed with the religious minis trations of Rev. J. B. Jones, because Brer. Jones preached and wrote agarhst Breck inridge. I myself think that all good men who for conscience sake have voted against Breckinridge ought now to even np by voting against Owens, but I am glad to have this opportunity to stand by a preacher when the preacher has done right. I have heard and read pretty much all of the oratory and literature to wmcn the famous Breckinridge campaign has Sven birth. The very finest, in that ic, that has been produced, are the letters of Rev. Jones of Lexington to Lexington newspapers, against Breckin ridge. They were alike fine in moral sentiment and in literary style. The biggest fool things that the campaign has produced, excepting perhrps Bill Owens' speeches, were the letters of Prof. lames Pointz Nelson against Prof. Jones. Rev. Jones now finds himself in the position ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 November 1894

"SOILED DOVES." A Lexinrtoa Woman Who Doos Hot Belitvs the Bible Strike Out From the Shoulder at Her Christum Sisterm, and Nobly Come to the De fence of Fal len Women. W ANTED A LIST OK THE NAMES OF PROMINENT MEN OK LEXINGTON WHO GO TO HOUSES OF PROSTITUTION . Lexington, Ky., Nov. 3, 1894. Dear Brother Moore. I thought a few view on the question you are now agitating would not come amiss from the pen of a woman. Who are the one who have hereto fore taken the last prop from under fal len woman ? Every one knows. It is an open secret. It can be told in two words. Good women. - The worker for the erring sister will have to go carefulluy; they must think see and learn all sides of the question and be broad enough to take a liberal view of it. Let us be sure that our own armor is true steel before we attempt to break through the brazen solidity of theirs. If we intend to make these women social lepers the men who sin with them ought to be put into the same boat, to sail upon the same bla...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 11 November 1894

NOAH'S ARK. An Editorial Letter to Rev. Prof. J. W. McGarvey About That Fa mous Boat. Rev. Prof. J. W. McGanrey. Dear Sir. Your position at the head of the theological department of Ken tucky University, and your reputation as a speaker and writer on theology, make you, perhaps, the most prominent theologian in Kentucky. You and I re ceived over theological training in the same institution, and we have stood to gether in the same pulpit. You said of me, in a sermon at the Broadway Chris tian church in this city, that though I had said many hard things you never knew me to tell a lie. We nave been personal friends ever since I first knew you, which was before the war. You and Col. Bain and I are recognized as the most energetic workers for Prohibition in Lexington. You presided over a body of churchmen who excommunicated me from the Christian church simply be cause I did not believe the miraculous part of the Bible, and not because you knew, or even suspected, any immorali ty in my l...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 January 1895

II V SN.h P.. 2:t BLADE X: THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLISHED TERMS PER YEAR: $2.00 for Rich People; $1.00 for Poor People. A LEXINGTON, KfiT., SUNDAY, JAN. 6, 1895. M .. .. V V , .' t .. ' v. -S' BLUE BY A HEATHEN. i, - "C Vv'' . '-. J J . AND AUTHOR OF 4 ' , "THE RATIONAL VIEW," .. A book ot 373 pages 5x7, neatly 'bound and plainly printed. Price 50c Ra- 'Postage Prepaid. It in a modern -tionalistic view of Theology. THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. i x ? Sir 1 i m M M g g a On. Y..r, W InMrtion. 8 3 S S Mi Months, as InHrtlon.. S 8 S 8 8 Tbre. Month 18 insertion. S S S 3 8 8 S X S Two Month, t Insertion. S 3 fi IS One Month, 4 Insertion. S S It 5 fl 3 8 Three Insertion. 8 S S S 8 8 8 Two Insertions. Single u lusertlo 8S8S8SSS Entered at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. as second class matter. Mulberry, Pa., Dec. 1 7, '94. Mr. C, C. Moore. Dear Sir: Please Bend the Blue Grass Blade to Mulberry after the 18th of this month, and when the three months are expired discontinue it for the pr...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 January 1895

of How These Christians Love One Another." our paper are wMpish he nitipTellitet hove htiiit a linll i t'nlveraity where their min udentit can board unit attend .ruItT lecture, unci at the m t their Cumplielliotn straight in n quarter. We can aee no rea they alinuM not he permitted inate their ignorance with the lity light, if there be any light; it in all darkneaa, ao much the .'or them. Would our dear hreth ny the Camphellitei the help of , or the curat of error, and anapend midway on the horrid mean of a tdmixture of both, and leave them alow and lingering demiae. We ly know how to characterize audi a onition towarda them; it ia equivocal; do not know whether it mean hate 'elp. Kentucky Baptist he above ia from a little bit of a four nmn sheet, called tlie Kentucky Bap- that it takes two fellows, Nash and borne, to edit, at Louisville, in this ite; a town which, like Lexington, kea Ua living off of whisky and to ceo. Louisville produced Henry Wat rson. Henry lectures on "Moral an...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 January 1895

Emaiculation at a Punishmen for Criminals. A suciresteri hv a rnnvrr.ntinn mlit. Judge Denny, of thin city, thnt advised emssculntion a punishment for crim inals, I stated recently thnt I would write an article under that head. Judge Denny said lie had read nothin on the subject, and the idea waa, ao far aa he waa aware, an original suggestion with him. Hut the idea haa been advo cated by some Journals, and waa suggest ed in an editorial of the New York Voice on the PoIUrd-Breckinridge trial, the Voire using the term "asexualization. The idea waa first suggested to me by ... ... . m . - . " euiior w. 11. 1-oik 01 inia city. I, at first regarded it aa a Joke, but tny attention having been further called to it ! ar ticlea that I have read, I have thought over it seriously, and nave concluded, that for that large claaa of Crimea for which confinement in the penitentiary ia now me punisnment, emasculation would be a far better mode of Punjab ment; nor am I certiaa that it would not be b...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 January 1895

WHY INFIDELS Ought to Be Prohibitionists and Better People Than Christians. There 'are eood reasons why infidel vught to be better people than Chistians, Oood moral are nothing but good sense i i h tai 11 fTAtir nv ixiii v trull lie Christian by just floating along on the tide of influence around him. NenrW everybody U a Christian, and It does not require any thought or any Intelligence to be a Christian, and that is 41.. I or iiiinir. of course I mean bv 4h r.n1 Christian one who claims to fcelicve the Bible, for as to practicing the morals that Jesus Christ taught .limit An that. TVir in exertional instances of rM,..;.tian who are irood People, of ....... i,t in it. trnrrti sentie. and th wwist, -ft : , ' sense in which the word is currently understood, Christianity means simply t.i;.r in flu. Hnrtrines of the churches. . u renuirr some independence of U...li mnA mnmr nnlirnffe of Conviction . ' i , T .1 .. ... .... -a n- to be an innuei. u i v " much of these as it once did, for ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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