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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 January 1895

v. 1 A ) ... BLUE BLADE 71 THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLISHED BY A HEATHEN. TERMS PER YEAR: $2.00 for Rich People; $1.00 for Poor People. Vol. IV. No. 31. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, JAN. 13, 1895. M. ' AND AUTHOR OF "THE RATIONAL VIEW," A book of 73 page 5x7, neatly bound and plainly printed. Price 50c. Postage Prepaid. It is modern Ra tionalistic view of Theology. THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. 11 1 1 1 ill 1 88S8888.8 S88838888 aaaatj 8SS888883 2""saass I 99D SSR8SR8 1 a " 38888838 8S88RStig8 J S ! 3 3 8 S S 8 4 (B Oh Year, 2 Insertions. fiix Months, M ISSSrtlOOS. Thro. Month IS iBSOTttOUS. Two Month., S Insertion., On. Month, 4 Insertions. Three Insertions. Two Insertion. Single u Insert lo Entered at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. as second class matter. Shelby-Moore. A Hyphenation in Which I Get Knocked Out the First Round By the Drum Major of All the A "Hair Breadth Escape" That Discount Anything In Tbat Line, of the Late Lamented Mr, "Othello." SPECTACLES Vt. ttPKCTACLEN Ordinari...

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. — 13 January 1895

Ingersoll on God arid Immortality. Inyc rsoll linn lately wilten nil article on miciile thnt has put a great many of the theological bow-wow to burking at liim, mi dog bark at the moon. ItieraoU replie to them collectively, In reply Ingernoll unyn: "The existence of Gol I neither affirm nor leny. I wait. The immortnlity of the aotil I neither af firm nor deny. I hope hope for all the children of men. I have never denied the existence of another world, nor the Immortality of the aonl." Of course I appreciate that all iafidel nhould greatly defer to Ingcrsoll. He is today, without a single exception, the most prominent man in the world, and he has fairly won his spurs and hia laurels. No king, president or orator in the world is his peer, and I believe in ncattering now in his path, while he lives, some of the flowers that are wait ing to be laid on his grave when he dies, lint for all this I do not think that we who work, more humbly in his depart tiient of thought, should merge our ...

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. — 13 January 1895

Mr. D. C. Logan a Chris tian suicides in Lexington. Mr. Dudley C. T,ogn, of thin city, the morning after Christmas, got no from his breakfast table, before he hai finish ed hia break fust, and walked out little diatance on hia premises, and having ataid ao long that it attracted the atten tion of hia family, hia wife went out and found him with ball in hia brain, that correaponded with calibre of hia pistol that lay beaide him. He had large life inaurance, io,oon, of which waa an accident policy, that waa forfeited in case of auicide. The average Lexington newspaper does not hesitate to lie when it can make anything by it, and when these papera aaw that t'T r rould make more money by helping the Logaia who rep resented considerable money, than they did by telling the truth that would help Life Inaurance company, that doea not subscribe for Lexington newsrmpers.they to make it appear that Mr. Logan had been murdered by somebody when there waa no reaaon to believe anything of the kind...

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. — 13 January 1895

You Aint Going to Hear any More Kicking About People Not Paying Me. If there Is one thing that U more dis gusting than another atwvut these little one horse, cross road editors, it is their eternally begging people to pay up their subscriptions, and to subscribe for their newspapers. Well you are never going to see any thing liVe that again in the Blade. I have never asuea unyixxiy iu Blade, and I never intend to, but I was fool enough to suppose that a third, or possibly a half, of the Christian people of the I'nited States would not steal, and from various reasons I sent my paper to hundreds of these, if not thousands, saying to them that I relied upon their honor either to pay me, or to inform me that they did not want the paper. This explanation stood all the time in my paper, and when I sent the bills to them after they had taken my paper one year, or two years, there were not more than five per cent of them that paid any at tention to me. In some instances infidels played this...

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. — 4 August 1895

f BLUE Q-BA BLADE. THE ONLY PEOHIBITION PAPER PUBLIHED BY A HEATHEN. Keep off the Giraae. ' TERMS: $1.00 PER YEAR. Vol. V. No. 7. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, AUG. 4, 1895. Guaranteed Weekly Circulation Varying between 2 and 300,000 T , I . " . . . ' Irish AW 1 . AND AUTHOR OP "THE RATIONAL VIEW," A book of 73 page 5x7, neatly bound and plainly printed. Price 50c. Postage Prepaid. It is a modern Ra tionalistic view of Theology. TP IK BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. , h H n 1 s u . ouuutJuooa Odaoeaoo-s oWfe.r " S88S888..9 TtarM Months 8S3S8883S Uluartloos. J S 9 ! S II Two Month., SIIS8JIS8 aiMrtlon. ;"'S5S(1 On.Ko'iih. SSB8BSS88 4 Intertlna. -"""33 Tbrw S8S88888 Insertions. "two I 8Sfi8eSfifi8 InsartloDs. ' a Single 8S8S8888 Entered at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. aa second class matter. TERMS OF THE BLADE. To Subscribers, Agents and Clubs. The Blub Grass Blade ia published weekly. It ia dated Sunday, simply- to worry the pious; it ia really issued the Thursday preceding its aate. The price o...

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. — 4 August 1895

i TWO EDITORS Of The "Independent Pul pit" Climb My Spinal Column. I,nt month, in an enirrp;ency, I acted aselitornf The Pulpit. Hav ing oprnod with a mnet humble apology for w loinp;, having b-g- f d that the critics would "pare me, hoird and believed that the few thoughts I there exprewed would be allowed to pae quietly out of thought and memory of their read ers, unhonored, unwept and un sung. Rut I w:t doomed to disap pointment. My pimple views, or perhaps it wan the way I ex preened them, have pUrred the wrath of the mighty Achilles of Kentucky Prohi bitionists, Mr. C. C. Moore, of the Blue Grass Blade, who, however, unlike the (ireck (judging from tlvi wav he kicks) is strong of heel and light of head. He honors me with a criticism which, though not couched wholly in language best fitted for a cool and candid discus sion between gentlemen; though not weigh ted down with logic and sense; destitute of that essential of true citicism, consistency; rich in the conceit and vanities...

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. — 4 August 1895

more perfectly now than we did whrn it wm first written. This wo feel free to do, since Ity his request we wrote it in the first instance,anl having done this we feel somewhat responsible for it. We never heard of Mr. Moore or his paper until gome time during the first half of last year, and, up to the time that advertisement was written, we had not come to realize the full extent of his illilMTttlity. A more extend ed acquaintance with the spirit and method of his propngandism con vinces us that the present wording of the advertisement is to some ex tent erroneous and misleading, hut we will see what he intends to do about that threatened boycott. fleeing how whimsical, capricious and cranky he is, we think it a great misfortune that he ever took up the prohibition movement, wnich, like religion, seems to pos sess the power of making fanatics of those who engago actively in its propagandist!!. Could ho have con fined himself to the advocacy of Froethought and ethical culture ho mig...

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. — 4 August 1895

t PRES. JOHN AUG. WILLIAMS Again Review Mitt Collint. To Mia May h. Collint: Br fore reviewing further your paper of June mil, I would note tome errors you have unintentionally made in quot ing my second letter, and then answer briefly the question you atk me in your laat I. You quote me at laying: "If it could be proved that the wfitert of the Gonpela and Epistle were ignorant and illiterate men, it would only confirm more conclusively the Divinity of Chriat." I did not use that language, nor do 1 hold to that opinion. . You tav that. Paul admits that he was a robber, a liar and a fool. He makes literally no alien confession; and, for the sake of your own argument I think you should not have made turn a statement. The churches to whom he wrote could not, he well knew, have tor tured his rhetorical expressions Into to absurd a self accusation. v You snv that his estimate ot woman at shown through his epistles it brutal, and placet him to low in your opinion, that you can think of hi...

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. — 25 August 1895

BLUE OEA BLADE, ! 1 THE ONLY PROHIBITION PAPER PUBLIHED BY A HEATHEN. Keep off the Grass. TERMS: $1.00 PER YEAR. Vol. V. No. 10. LEXINGTON, KY., SUNDAY, AUG. 25, 1895. Guaranteed Weekly Circulation Varying between 2 end 100,000 v ill 4S AMD AUTHOR OF "THE RATIONAL VIEW," A book of 373 pages 5x7, neatly bound and plainly printed. Price joc Postage Prepaid. Itia modern Ka Uonaliatic view of Theology. THE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. I , i i i i i i i i 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 j a 888; . as IswMom. S 8 N.8.N -- miomtuoiu. 'aaaas Thr Month. 8 S S 8 8 8 8 S 8 uiDMruon 'assax Two Month., SWSRRS tioMruoD "----aaan On. Month. I3SB8H3SH8 einMnioBh ----as "t I N8888S888 Inurtloni. """'""a T0 I8SB8ISS8SS Insertions. L Blngle 8S8S88S8 lose mwm Entered at Post Office at Lexington, Ky. aa aecond clasa matter. TERMS OF THE BLADE. To Subscribers, Agents and Clubs. The Blub Grass Bladb ia published weekly. It ia dated Sunday, simply to worry the pious; it ia really issued the Thursday preceding us aaie. The pri...

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. — 25 August 1895

A r t A fUllgiout ftff That Iptaks Inmr tglnfl Wofdi fof Infldsllty. Sometimes thin look pretty blue to mi and It mou like folly in ns lnfldel to try and item the cnrrent of religious superstition, but then again I And ad missions in religion papera that make me believe that the bottom ia pretty rapidly belngiknockedtout of religion. The following that ia very encourag ing to inftdela la from a Baptist taper called "Zion'a Watch Tower." "The term "Infidel" will probabl? toon die out; it ia being replaced rapid ly by the tertne, "Higher Critic" "Rev erend," "Professor," "Doctor of Divini- ?," etc. The President of Rochester heological Seminary (Baptist) takes his stand with the Evolutionists and High er Critics. Some Baptists remonstrate but are powerless, The Trustees, rep resenting the money influence, support the President The Northwestern University of Chi cago, at ita recent commencement exer cises, had Dr. Lyman Abbot deliver the principal address, on Evolution, in which he der...

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. — 3 October 1897

Edited By A Heathen Im The r()L. VI. NO. 52. All communications must bo ad dressed to ' ' BLUE GRASS BLADE, Room 22, 512 RacoSU, Cincinnati, O. TJIE BLADE ADVERTISING RATES. .iiiiiii aaaaaaa'o-s On. Tm, U lnwrtlODi. 8 S 3 8 8 8 8 S 3 f? 8 8 o 3 9 8 8lx Months, aiDMftloiu. 3 S S 3 S 8 8 " 2 3 5 H 8 8 n 8 Tnrro Month lllawrtloDi. 8 S S S 8 8 8 8 8 S R Two Month, lICMnlont, 833R3SR8 ; " s s 2 ii Oo Month, 4lDcrtloaa. 3SRSHSSW8 rrtniTrrT TO it. Iuertlon Two Iswrtlont 8 3 S It 3 8 R 8 T? ft 8 3 8 3 8 S DM Entered at Post Office at Cincinnati, O., as second class matter. OR- Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings. Window Shades &c Wrnn J Cooptr, N LMala M. LuLlngUa, It C. H. & D.$ Only Direct Line between. . CINCINNATI MID TOLEDO Only Pullman Car Line between CINCINNATI AND DETROIT I'Incst Sleepers In the World between CINCINNATI AND CHICAGO Pullman Standard and Com partment Sleepers in which every room lias complete Toilet Facilities. No extra charge for berths In these state-room cars. :...

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. — 3 October 1897

the Pi illion ail 015 at)" ear Hit re Lhj i ant D, .now h or tlv ,.7 ' & 4 i do wbcn thoy want you to do their way. I bcllcvo you would liavo used argument against my profanity if you had had any. s I do not approve of what you said to the men iu the cars. You ought not to damn fresh air and sunshine. You ought to have looked that man squarely In the eye, put your hand back on your hip pocket, and said "Got out of here p. d. q. or damn you, I will shoot a hole through you that a cat can jump through." I am not without high precedent for my profanity. When the Greek army, marched upon Troy (Vide Homer's Iliad) one of their most valuable Generals, Thersltcs, gained his great aud only reputation by swearing, He did it by being careful never to damn any body, or anything that ought not to have been damned. Thoro Is only ono man alluded to In tho Old Testament that I would not kick out of my house. His name is Shlmel, aud his only distinction is that he called old David a damned old ...

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. — 3 October 1897

Homer, Ills., July 10, '07. Moore. Dear Friend: I was just L the Blade of the 18th lust., r . . i it.. I? i. . tHlccu your prcuiuiiun un iwu hition which you proposo to n without ii parable. kv why not let this sex question I? It is about us well rcgu- ns H will over bo. cation, nationality and the Itlon of socloty In particular httcs has everything to with It. latin to edit the Blade in tho rest of good morals; then why tot that the time is coming, in twentieth century, when thero I bo a revolution of tho present Is oil tho sex relation, and that Ithy men and women will bo ns I to enjoy caoh other as to grat their appotlto for food? low if this don't mean that soct I will bo broken up, and that tho lan family will herd and run to tier IIko ammais came, nogs sheep I don't know what it is mean. ersons reading this kind of lan ago in the Blade, nnd seeing that editor Is tho author of it can 10 to no other conclusion, than it hit) desire Is father to tho llUgllt. I Do such utterances t...

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. — 3 October 1897

1 rso.; i 091 whei THE AUTONOMIST HAS CLIMBED THE GOLDEN. Floresvillc, Tex., Sept. 7, '97. Dear Bro. Moore: Will you please announce to your readers that tho Autonomist has lammed both of Its youthful feet against tho nether end of tho bucket, on account of tho lack of proper nourishment. Pcrhans it is merely in a comatose state, as I expect to rovivo it, after a while. Since leaving Houston I have gone Jnto winter quarters at a small country town called Floresville, where I am employed, In n multifar ious capacity, on a Democratic pa per. Tho chango is anything but agreeable, but still there is a desti ny that is doing tho rough hewing act on my ends, with a broad ax, and the past of wisdom is to cour tesy to the Inevitable. Now for a fow words to you. T am convinced that I will have to migrate if I expect to make a living by sell ing ideas of tho kind I have. 1 was thinking probably there ,might bo an opportunity of my get ting in with you on tho B. tr. B. If tho idea strikes you ...

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. — 19 February 1899

i 5. BLUE GKRA BLABE. THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY; TO DO GOOlxk MY RELIGION TOM PAINE. DO UNTO OTIIKR3 AS YOU WOULD HAVE Tlf m DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS. EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY; $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVAJCCK :L. VOL. VIII. NO. 3 LEXINGTON. KY., SUNDAY, IMUJAIiY ID. K. M. 291). 1.00 A YEAR i n - . LEXINGTON, KY. ' TERMS OF THE BLADE. 1 issue for one rear 1.00. 5 " " " " $2.50 10 " " " " $4 00. 20 " " " 7 00. 50 " " " 115.00. 100 " " " 125.00. Address all Communications to BLUE GRASS BLADE. Lexington, Ky. Published Weeklt at 11. 00 per 5'year In advance. Office of publication: Printer Bldg., Lexington, Ky. Entered at the Post Office at Lexing ton, Ky,, as Second Class Mall. Club rates are 50 cents each for 'five or more names. Send in now and avoid the rush. How to Got the Blade for 28 Coflta A Year. - The Blade will be sent for a year to any 100 addresses in United States for $25.00. . Club Rates sad Sample Coplea. The Blade will be sent for 50 Cts. t...

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. — 19 February 1899

J ceed in vetting Rucker to state the principles advocated, and known all over Kentucky to be advocated by the Bin Oram Bladi. The following Is the questioning In part. Mooref TTow long have you been a subscriber to the Blcr Grass Bl.ADt? Rucker Well, for a number of years. Moore Now many years? Rucker Well, I don't snow just exactly. Moore Did you take It when V, wu first Dublialiod? Rucker I guess I began taking tt about thai time. Moore How Jong ago was that? Rucker Several years ago. Moore Do you not distinctly know that it was just thirteen yeavs ago? Kucker I am not certain of the data Moore Did It advocate Free Love when you first subscribed Tor itr Rucker I cannot sav. Moore Have you read It closely enough to know what It has advo cated? Rucker I cannot say that 1 hava. Moore Have you read It as close ly as you do the ordinary newspaper? Rucker Well, yes at times. Moore And you don't know the principles that it advocates? Rucker Well, I have noticed that it advocates a varie...

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. — 19 February 1899

I f R A GAMPOELLITE Challenges" Inzersoll to a Re llglous Debate With Him. Some one has tent me a copy of the "Decatur (Ills) Review" giving an account of how a theological cat further described as "Rev. George F. Hall, castor of the Tabernacle Christian church" has challenged "Infidel Bob Ingorsol'." The sld "Christian church" is the same that Is commonly known as the "Campbellite church." A diagnm of Hall tint accompanies the account shows him dressed in the . large moustacho and flash wardrobe that we are accustomed to see in the professional footballist. This Is explained in un editorial comment, intended to compliment htm, in which it Is said that at Drake Universitysome Campbell He preacher factory some where In the West "he spent four years somewhat irregularly" and that "as a student he was uneven.' But it is said "He was fond of athletic sports, and always was among the first when there was any fun on hand." There Is no intimation that he ever graduated. He applied for a po...

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. — 19 February 1899

Our First Letter From Editor Moore. . Co'umbus Ohio, Feb. , IMP. My Dear Precious Wife and Children: If you alt could see me just as I am fixed here I don't bolieve you would ar It ia inch a dreadful thing to be in the penitentiary. I am sitting at a nice desk, with a great big Russian leather cushioned chair that swings around nicely, and I iust have pencil and paper and Ink and stamps and envelopes galore, and the beauty of It all Is that our Undo Samuel has to nut up the slnoleons for it all. f t is nothing more nor less than I am Assistant Superintendent of the printing office of the "Ohio Penlten tiary News, There is nothing In the world the matter with this place except that the Superintendent is named Coffin and I have laid down the law to him to the effect that I will have him discharged unless he gets the lcgls lature to change his nameat its very next session or get him a job as an undertaker which would be more in consonance with his namo. I had to make a little kick abou...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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