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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 27 October 1901

I I I ir I I P t i tt1L t 10 v BiJj1 C1n A1 < BLADE c 4r 2 WMni 11 YF 1 DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEN DO UNTO YOU CONFUCIUS Jt THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD fey RELIGION TOM PAINE o I l t I AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORN OF MAN INGERSOLL L1i HQITID BY A HSATffiCN raTHI JNTIRIST OF GOOD r MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 9100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE f 11 tfl 4 G 3 4 1 v LEXINCxT N4tt rl OBEH 27 E M 301 X100 A YEAR fti < t TjtiRKSOF THE BLADE w for sib year lM u u 50 TillllL41t per j t J i advance Ia i bsotflTeMs t forciga aab Mo loo KAi1a ALt MXKT OJtOIM taH rRlgeenordenptrysbk1kELmlhraeIttitApru ibtatdylFiilt asllatwdF t wlliknsty M xnaeai j Tr i ii i ti > titliWa tilt I i i iCp < 1f 1 your niitkrrtis Mtifaa Mtifaaa4ll a4ll tl lJ z c1dM Toll M Mw a < 6 irk yell c101l mint uu Q t iV whether you are a sow or old sub s scriber r OpVioB of publication IX East Third > rv i street Jsi RKTBRBD At the Post office at Loxlag toHf Ky as Sooond Class Mill V Address all commun...

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 October 1901

1 i < I1 1 J u SUNDAY OCTOBER 21 E M 301 I 1 Itn B J GRASS BTADE MR C S SPARKS OF CINCINNATI On the Death of McKInley and the Anarchists Written for the Blue Grass Blade Tire alleged dying declaration of President McKInley Is certainly not his words because In the first place tho Christians announced them and they mean to profit by them secondl because the sentence Is archltectuall perfect properly punctuated and capitalized and such a sentence could no more come from a dying and decaying man than a perfect rose could come from a dying rose bust I firmly believe that the Christian or perhaps only the Catholic brand of thorn feeling confident of his ar proachlng death or knowing long In advance of the intended assassination and having one or several of their adherents in charge of the patient and knowing and desiring the great Influence such an utterance coming from a man so good and so near to the hearts of the people constructs that sentence and If President Mc Kinley ever utter...

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 October 1901

I l r J h TI r v SUNDAY 6CTOBER 27 E M 301 BLUE GRASS BLA SISTER SEMPLE rhe Gets on Me With Both Feet Weight 208Foot According But I May Court Her Some of Then Days all the Same From a long editorial In the Free thought Ideal ot September 28 I quote us follows 41r Of all the cold cruel traitorlike anarchlstH wo can now recall are edltora of a little two hyfour through 1 out Irirtland of the free and the i liuntouf the 1irtvho Bower and crlngo And fawn before ttls band qf intimidators Blriiiily bccuse they fear f their Scalps on account of parts they a have played In the past One of these belongs hero In south eastern Kansas Another Is published In Lexington Ky by C C Moore called the Blue Grass Blade A few years ago Mr Moore was arrested tried and thrown In Jail and was sent to the penitentiary He made a mighty fight over the freedom of the press here In free America He quoted verbatim constitutional laws statutory laws and moral laws to prove that he had a right to publish anything...

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 October 1901

Y J 4 BLUE GRASS BLJtnrSUNDAY OCTOBER 27E M 30i CORRESPONDENCE Salem Ohio Oct G 1901 0 C Moore Enclosed find 50 cents I am much pleased with the Blade and should feel very lonoly without it Fraternally yours C H BUSH Sallda Colorado Sept 19 1901 Mr Hughes Dear 8111 will subscribe for tho Classical Library I road tho Truth Seeker for over 20 years but stopped it last January Am a life member ot the A S U I take the Ideal OTIS WHITE Fort Wrangle Alaska Sept 19 1901 James E Hughes Dear Friend I am with you on the Blue Grass Blade Library and am ready to send you the 300 any tlmo you desire it I am always anxious to receive tho Blade BladeYour Your friend R W SIMPSON St Angar Iowa Oct 19 1901 MroO Moore Dear SIrHoping that you have en joyed yourself at Buffalo and that you have given the editor of the Truth Seeker and the other fellow a good raking over the coals I remain yours truly EMIL SEDLACEK Walton Ind Sept 19 1901 Friends Moore and Hughes enclose 26 for Herbert N Cassons Crime of...

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. — 29 December 1901

tJP J Ie Jrc q t l F r I I r 1 i I I arlfol GRASS BLADE a Ii j DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS H + HTHE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DC GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL EDITED BY A HEATHEN IN OF THE INTEREST GOOD OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VOL X NO J5 < LEXINGTON ICY SUNDAY DECEMBER 29E M 301 X100 A YEAR r f TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Issue for one year 100 5II u II IIta60 TRRMH 100 per year In advance In clubs of five 60 cent foreign sub scription 160 MAKB ALL MONKY anDERS drafts and Express orders payable to the BrUK GRASS BLADE Lexington Ky DO NOT order your paper discontlnnod Wfo rl1fto without paying till arrears THAT DATE on printed address tab is the time of expiration of your sub scription t WHEN you change your address advise this office giving old as well as new address WHEN you send YQur u1sorlpUon pay payr I scriber OFFICE of publication 189 East Third Street I Lexington ton Ky as Sec...

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. — 29 December 1901

IFJ tIP J r t fr J JIll c 11 W + 1 i f < III > BLUE GRASS BLADE J P IMPERIALISTIC ECCLESIASTIC T r y And Economic Tyranny iethe Cause of Anarchy A Lecture by Dr J B Wilson k Delivered Before the Ohio orLiberal Society Cincinnati Dec 8 1901 Never before In tho history of this country havo men feared to expres their political and religious sentiment ns today Never to such an extent as now has the power Invested In tho peopl shifted into the hands of the olllclal elect Corporations control our legis latures Government no longer rests upon the choice and will of the people but upon tho choice and will of tin boss and tho trusts Presidents Senators and Judge have almost ceased to regard them selves as tho servants of the people The spirit of the autocratthe mas ter Is Insinuating Itself Into the po lineal life of this country Free speed is gradually being suppressed ns In stanced In tho attempt to suppress The Appeal to Reason and other pa pers The character of government is un der...

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. — 29 December 1901

n r Ll r it f t ti I BLUE GRASS JJLADE II I ered rabid utterances No matt 1 what social question Is discussed It I hard for any ono to keep from utter Ing Intemperate speech Their utter I ancth were avon 1os Intemperate that many expressions seen In the prose every day They wero not damning I nln tenths of mankind to an eterna hell hellTheir chief crime was that they were German Freethinkers and were offensive to tho Irish Catholic pollco Tho police forco of Chicago is a force of organized Ignorance and brutality If a stranger should politely request one of them to direct him to a certain point In the city ho Is as liable to get a knock on the head as a civil answer It Is questionable whether or not the police force of Chicago do more to prevent crime than they do to assist J crimeIt was with this class of brutes 1 most of whom were not born under a free government and who had not yet imbibed the first lesson of free speech that the trouble arose A Chicago po liceman Js tho Incarnat...

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. — 29 December 1901

T 11 = r r i csr 1 I C < J Y i + 1Y BLe GRASS BLADE I i Prom Lexington Democrat HEATHEN EDITOR GIVES IT UPI IS UNABLE TO UNTIE THE KNOT TY PROBLEMS OF REPUBLI CAN PIE GRAFTING It may be said that one of the mOllt familiar men In the entire section lr our blue gross country Is C C Moon editor ot tho Blue Grass Blade I oryono seems to know Charley Moore and he seems to know eery one else With many and varied ex perloncos In the changing panora of life he Is a man of character 1111 of genius Yesterday the rollowln1 communication was received rrom him at this olllce Qunkeracro Dec 9 E M 301 Dear Demmycrat You know that by rights I am politically nothing but a Prohibitionist all wool a yard whlo warranted to wash without fading amI dont cut in the eye but have sortol got thawed into this Republican rack ot and I am all done up like I hall been run through a threshing mach Cant you do something to help mo straighten myself out and got msoIr together again You see Its thlser way When Un...

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. — 5 January 1902

a I Y 1 I i I Y L I Y BLUE GRASS BLADE J 11lIlJJ Il l v 2Qsep 02 DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS 2 I 0IVDItIn THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL I EDITED BYA HEATHEN IN THE INTEREST OF GOOD MORALS PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE j I L VOL X NO 40 LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY ANUARY 5 E M 302 X100 A YEAR ITERMS TERMS OF THE BLADE BLADEf 1 1 issue for one year 100 fII u II II 250 ITERMBlOO advanceI I 111 clubs of five CO cent foreign sub sorlptlon 150 MAKE AIL MONEY ORDERS drafts and I Express ordors payable to the BLUE ORASU IlrAuu Lexington Ky I DO NOT order your paper discontinued t without paying all arrears I THAT DATE on printed address tab Is the time of expiration of your sub Bcrlptlon iWHEN you change your address advise this office giving old as woll as new address iiWHBK you send your subuorlptton say heta l ct + nl Clt eulr eoriber i OFFICE of publication r 190 East Third Street...

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. — 5 January 1902

tRl < J It JI BLUE GRASS BLADE I HIS AGGIDENGY SHOWS THE ASS EARS THROUGH THE LIONS SKIN The Little Tin Jesus Shows the Anl mus of the Jew Original If there wore nothing else in the world that ought ovorlnstlngly to damn Anarchy It would lie and ougul to bo the fnct that It put Rooster polter In the Presidential chair ot the United States and his Christian hy pochrisy as manifested In his hY1 ardly assault upon Miles Is the vcri thins that Is making anarchists and i Ereatly lncrcase8 tho nlready exlstliif probalilllty that some anarchist wll ventilate Rosys Internal andtomj with a big pistol before his Imperial Istlc reign of four years Is over Roosevelt Is today the most market Instance of a religious hypocrite In the United States He Is a true and con slstent disciple of Jesus Christ 1 C claimed to be a King and thats whal Rosy wants to be There wns some excuse for believing In monarchy In tho days of 1 Coo because nobody had ever then heard of a republic but there is no excuse...

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. — 5 January 1902

T f < tc J f i J i t f ear r BLUE GRAS BLADE iii CHRISTMAS 1 ONLY A SUN FESTIVAL CELE BRATING THE BIRTH OF THE YEAR And Marking That Point of the Suns Passage When It Enters the I Rings of Saturn Every one who understands tho mystic astronomy of tho Bible knows that tho word Jerusalem means the heavens the phrase the Children of Israel the stars of the heavens the Twelve Tribes of Israel the twelve signs or con stellations through which the sun passes In Its annual course These J correspond In the Christian faith toI the twelve Apostles which are per sonifications of the twelve months of the year The word saint means a star everyone of the ancient 1 Saint Days of the Christian church then is a star day and marks a certain Important point of I the suns passage If the reader has never thought of p this let him consult any ain anac and study the rude zodiacal plate on the Inside ot the ilyloaf Millions of peon pIe look upon this page and never I dream of the mystery wrapped up in It...

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. — 5 January 1902

r I or t 1 f ij r BLUE GRASS BLADE 4 I CONDENSED LETTERS Cleveland 01 enclose yon lon E C BACON Pontiac 11IR1 send you 100 JOHN S HOLMAN Oxnard CnllfI Enclosed find 100 for renewalC N BARR Chico Texas Kind 100 to rem w subscription W P BURCH Belleview Flo Enclosed find lIar for one year for BladeI1 C TIIl REELNellsvllle Nellsville WIs Enclosed fln1 100 for subscription JAS CAM BELL Scotch Valley Pa Enclosed 100 to renew subscription G P Dill BACK Lima Ohio Your paper Is the hlilt Liberal paper I have ever 1e1t1W A SPROULL SPROULLHendersonvllle Hendersonvllle TcnnI love the Blade more than any paper I read J F BRULE Ottowa I1IsI Enclosed 50 cents Your last paper Is a plcnlcCHES TER MARTIN I Westervllle OhloI have velT much enjoyed reading the Blue Orass Blal1eO W BURRIS Carlisle KHwc sent you 250 for club each year lately Will send checkR C KING Fall River 1ass1 should havl1 sent my subscription sooner Thp Blade is lallN U LYON Nlpomo Calif Enclosed find 2ro I also send 100 to W F Ja...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 26 January 1902

t il 4 I J it 1 S If iil BLtE f GRASS BLADE I f f < HAJF U DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO YOUCONFUCIUS THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO GOOD MY RELIGIONTOM PAINE I r htir rwn v1N + AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEST WORK OF MANINGERSOLL J V d 1 > j J r Ig C > I 0 2 J I EDITED BY A H w 20liJIT OF GOOD MORALS k PUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE i VOL X NU9J LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY JANUARY 26 E 11 302 X100 A YEAR TERMS OF THE BLADE 1 Isaiia for one year 100 5II II II a 260 t TLRMNE10o per year In jutrsnco lu clubs of five 60 cent foreign tinb s iciiptlon 9100 MAKE ALL MONBT OHDBKB drafts and Express orders payablo 0 the Brmo CRASH BLADE Lexington Ky DO NUT order your paper discontinued without paying all arrears 1 THAT HATB on printed address tab IB suby y dseriptlun WHEN you change your address advise this office giving old M well as Hew L address IAwell I iffigrfrffift your rea fitvstSr old whether you are a new or old Wb scriber + I r OxRioHiif pnbllaatloni t 19 Kaat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 26 January 1902

L r bII BLUE GRASS BLADE THE BROADAX y SHOPS AT THE BLADE Louisville Ky Jan 3 302 Editor C C Moore Dear ShI enclose the artlck clipped from the BroadAxe which tries to answer the comments of the Blade on You and Doc Wllson pub Hshed under the date of August IS 1901 I have read same carefully ami would like to hear what you have tc gay If the quotations of this Uroalll Axe are correct It puts the Blade n the light of falsifying the records 01 else inaccurate In quotations We 1Axo believe the Blade would publish anything false or malicious but only what It believes are the facts Per haps you can answer the article toI the satisfaction of your friends here I would like to hear the Blades ar gumcnt In reply to this As there la qulto a number of U M Cs In the dumps over this thing It would be well to give it careful consideration j anti your answer as wide publicity as possible Yours In U M C HART LEE I I have read the article It occupies j over five columns In fine print and f I ended b...

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. — 26 January 1902

I lr ru n Y c 0I Tc > q Y I IJ BLUE GRASS Z3LADBeL I MARRIAGE MARRIAGEANDDIVOROE I AND DIVORCE CONFLICT BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE By Judge Parish B Ladd Alameda SCalifornia Tho first question presented under this head Is What constitutes the marriage relation 1 Does it rest on r tho laws of nature Is It a civil con tract 1 or Is It an Institution estab lished by tho helrarchal powers The desire for commerce between the sexes undoubtedly has Its origin In j the laws of nature It applies equally to all the animal kingdom It Is the foundation tho source of life on our plannt Without that Incentive our earth would never have swarmed with life Nor Is this confined to the an I imal kingdom Many If not all of the spcrIcs of the vegetal world rest on that relation Tho human race In primordial I times like the lower animals of our r time moved In obedience to tho die antes of nature Males and females I mixed and mingled In free Inter I course Marriage was a tiling of I slow growth It follo...

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. — 26 January 1902

= c f r 4ws1t1Ye l Mr M tc r e r to I I 1t di qr BLUE GRASS BLADE I I A CIRCULAR LET TER TO ALL THE LEADING SECULAR AND RE LIGIOUS EDITORS IN THE UNITED STATES Dear SlrOn the 2Cth day of Janl any 1902 there will be a congress of lending Freethinkers In Cincinnati Ohio to organize an antisectarian society for the promotion and promulgation of bIIO governmental and social prlnclpli with but one plrfiik In Its latforni the complete separntlon of church anll stale till idea being to wortt for an absolute divorce of religion from t1f state and to educate the people of America to be as liberal towards one another as their noble constitution al S lows A great many people labor un dcr the false Idea that burs Is A Chris twill Country and that Christians shollid have the right to dictate the cOllrse which our government should pursue In regulating the conduct of Its subject We want to emphasize the stateme which George Washington made In his treaty with Tripoli that this Is not a Christian g...

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. — 2 February 1902

lr Jtx i t1 F itt i y i I > il r 9 J d ti 1 I 7BLJE GRAS BLADE K Ai DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE THEM DO UNTO DUCDNFUCIUS t t > < t THE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY TO DO iCOOD MY RELIGION TOM PAINE r yy 2 > rr AN HONEST GOD IS THE NOBLEst WORK OF MANINGERSOLL t II faker A iO2 i t > t r EDITED DV A HEATI ± AS i GOOD MORALSPUBLISHED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR IN ADVANCE < t r VOL x N45U I LEXINGTON KY SUNDAY lliEllRUAlt 2 B M 302 8100 A YEAR R r TERMS OF THE BLADE i THEBLADEk r k v tII 1 1 200 t t TICRMt9IoO per yoar In advance In cluba of live 60 cent foreign sub scription lliO tMKX ALL MONHY OUDHUH draltlnd 14 Express orders payable io the Bitno i i > GRAHl BLAnN IeX1ugton Ky 00 NOT order your Ftaper dlscoutInnod x without paying all arrears I t THAT DATE on printed ddrens tab ta 4t v Borlptlim the time of expiration of your sub 11 vyHKN you cii nfce your address advise title ofllce giving old as well aa new add res r WREN you send your subscription Bay t whether ypu are sno...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 February 1902

r i e BLADE Ii Ia1 BLUE GRASS e 1 i h ADDRESS OFI EDITOR MOOR Before the Congress of 1 he National Liberal League At Cincinnati January 26 1902 Mr Chairman Ladles and Gentlcmc s It Is eminently fitting that an or gnnlzatloiv that has for Its end and aim the promotion of the happiness of the whole human race should have Its initial meeting on the birthday of Thomas Paine who said The world Is my country humanity my lJrethren and to do good Is my religion I am not eloquent and even If Item the occasion calls for Ilrnctl cal thought rather than for rhetor and without preamblie I respond to the request of the executive commltt to occupy twenty minutes of your th In reading you a paper In this paper remembering that e brevity Is the soul of wit I want to tell you What I think we should say and do and what we should not say and do at this the first Congre of the American National Liberal League held In Cincinnati the lJrlLle and pride of tIe beautiful Ohio river ant the home of the peerle...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 February 1902

masi w ww1 + w < rsryl masr rc wf J r Plil IIIIlPIItaIM I I I a i BLUE GRASS BLADE J j CHURCH RUIN DUE TO MIRACLES i II SCATHING CRITIQUE ON THEOLO GIANS FROM NORTHWEST y ERN UNIVERSITY Special to the Commercial Tribune CHICAGO Jan 18Biblical tales e f miracles arc but legends errors or al legories Insistence on their literal truth explains the present deplorable condition of churches i IThis was the gist of a carefully pre pared statement given out today b y I Chas W Pearson professor of English y literature In Northwestern University The declaration was made at the re quest of Dr William Mucafco of tho First Methodist Church of Evanston who Is said to hold similar views If theologians wish to regain their lost Intellectual leadership declared Prof Pearson or even to possess un Influence upon the thoughtful part of tho community coordinate with that of poets philosophers and men of science they must throw aside the doc trine of the Infallible Bible As Instance of Biblical statem...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 2 February 1902

t t yttww4s rrN r I I P i > > 1 rf Io b tS V 1 r I BLUE GRASS BLADE I From Commercial Tribune FREETHINKERS CONVENTION PAST v Another Declaration of Principles Made for the Party NEW OFFICERS ARE CHOSEN Mrs Henry Speaks On the Rela I tlon of Woman to the Church The convention of the National L oral Party of Free Thinkers contlnull Its work yesterday nt G A R Hnll The day was opened with the ple8en tatlon of hickory canes to the ohlest three delegates In the convention The canes were prized ns having been cut from a hickory growing on the rne of + Tom Paine and the men who Ie reived them were Noah Coler aged 75 of Dayton 0 James Ingraham aged 73 of Moscow 0 and Dlt T D Ingle hart of ML Clemens Mich aged 7fl The Committee on Resolutions pre seated a report which was adopted It t affirms the views of the new party on the questions of the present day It de clares that all war except that waged under the necessity of selfdefense Is to be deplored and to to be condemn when waged on a...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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