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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 15 November 1890

V It T J 7 RAM Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, Xorrwber J.Vh, 1XM. rot. i. -No. no. Subscription, $2 a Year. BLU I BLADE. m Nome lloti4 People I lie Won! Kncnilc to t'roIitlMlon. In tliin section where tliero nrc not ninny IViiliiliitiiui psi- Iiers, I think nn cflirt is nunli to osseti my influenei' by milking it npniur tlmt I inn nn exception to the gone-nil rule of l'rohiliilion cd itors, in that I ty no much njininst religionists wlio are nunlnst I'rnlii hition. I think my romplnint in common among Prohihitinu cilitors. ItN thv pious mun thnt gets (is down. Prohibition is not n(Vail of saloon men, nor editors, nor of one kind of politicians. Hut there is another kind of jioliticmn that I must confess gets away with us. The ho loon man, thv distillcrand hrewcr, and the Kcpulilicnn and DeiiKN'rntic p.ixTs who hark them, do not give us any trouble, j and the regular lipior papers that ure edited in that interest we liiirjly regard as worthy of attention. All of that gang we ran clea...

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. — 15 November 1890

i Xtrhnlaavlllr Bi mmTnl.' tli XniM'7 Hunk, pr-l out of lliat. I love jwu liki n liritlnr, To Nnnry Hunk jrmaoH' my Imt, I lovr yon like nnn other. Mli Nbik t you're tin ijuwn of fri'il, Tin- K'!'" on yon Inflow it, At the next rncv let nil mm rend, And nil tlie Nation know It. tli nngof llrptncw, filliM with irrit, Kclijw O'Phanter'e M And jork In nnimn pxclnim, The In-Kt that Miftod !.' " liAlhlfftoopIci or Moore'n run Chaw. . Fmm Mlrhilmv!llr lHmornil.; he Jle rnllfl liix Blade the Blue, He fights tlie lienor red, He went for a cottiijw pink, And how the lilnrkpuardu lled. Some hypocrites turned ple, Though rolied in garment white, The press with envy green, Now vomit Muck night. On radii ver superstition He means to wagi a light Reform nil giddy girls In Yellow Niks to-night. He sets firm to his task, A crank inspired, too, But his symphony in rolor Is Moore'n he can chew. Jim. Joncphlne K. Henry In the nonmeru joni'iim Wept. 13. THE SALOON 1ST AHCUINtt. "Oh I bow I livr Jhhim."...

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. — 15 November 1890

PLEAOE XII! T all Editor im Whom "The Blade'' Mjr Cm greet ing I n um Jirethren of the Tripod and baqo: Allow me to state to you that this shebang does not assume to be a Prohibition elemosynary in utitution that dispensed gratuitous literary, high moral pabulum to a world that hunjrereth and thirsteth after righteousness. Thi Blade goes to you on the supposition that you will exchange with me. and there are not half of you doing it What's tho mat ter with you?" Fraternally, but indignantly yours, Charles C. Moore his newspaper. Three Other Nnbnertberi) to the Nteck Of the Blade De cline to Pay and One Ank to be Released. Until this time sixty-one of the 120 subscribers to the stock of the Blade have paid me, nearly all of them expressing thorough sympathy for the Blade, and its conduct and its purposes. A number of others have in the few days past promised to pay, and some who have paid me have volunteered to increase their subscription when I notify them, and one without being re ...

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. — 15 November 1890

I Want to Oct In ti t.ntinllf Alnii,Orn lVnHi'iillnrj . Or MoinHliliiff. The Nicliolnsville I Viinvrnt i the only paper around lhoe dig pin except the Wiidc t tint has got out ot iho old rut of journa lism far enough to do it own thinking, iiotond ot lotting some body else think for it. It say what it thinks, nml thinks' whnt it pleases. A ml when it cotnos to religion. (5irat CVsnrland Holy Mnm!! I ft hoy wonll got, a tow oojdox of tint paper scattered around mnonir tho puma brcthorn of this city, 1 would look so xuiitilloil, in comparison with that follow and' his shoot, that thoy would want to make n Sunday School rnpcrintondciit of tnc right away. You may knowjie i had medi cine when 1 had to call a halt on hini about that piece he wrote . . . . ,1 i i Il.liuxt v. I -'"' legislators, ion recollect, two or three issues ago. ! I play the same racket with Tiloher 1 nm afraid to call him ; "Brother,' in print that these Iicxington'cditors do when they sympnthi.ed with the heroaved j...

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. — 22 November 1890

4 BLUE BLADE. Vol.L-Xo.ai. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, November 22tl, ISM). Subscription, $2 a Tear. A rmp4Mllloa on The Cow." The above engraving from a photograph by Mullen, it o fered to the readers ot Tui iiLADl without extra charge, just as the xr rl .V ".mi new i orK oice oners "i ne An . gel us.'' This picture is intended to prceent the rrohibition artru ment to the Farpiers' Alliance people. All previous "compositions" on "The Cow'' have assumed that "Th cow is a very useful animal." This cow is an excep tion to tnat rule. The original of "The Angelua' is the property of Postmaster- General YVannamaker. The orig inal of this picture is the property of It. B. Neal, editor of The . Worker (Prohibition) It will be noticed that this cow is not a "shorthorn." Tho only short horns that have ever ' been popular in this State were on cattle. This picture ought not to re quire a "key'' to k, but the ar gument tor liquor has been so thoroughly iudoctinated into the Kentucky mind th...

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. — 22 November 1890

4 The Furinpm' Alliance. Tlic Farmers' Alliance, that met in this city last week, left here After having made a most pleasant impression on our peo ple. They passed resolutions fa voring Prohibition. A majority of them numerically, and a farcer majority of them intellectually, are Prohibitionists, but they are without any adequate plan of organization, and do not know how to iret at what they want. They are what the scriptures call 'wandering stars" in what the astronomers call the nebulous state : without form and void. They are as a body, with radical individual exceptions, the friends of Prohibition, ana our uatnrai allies. They were pretty haughty, su percilhous and independent about their recent political success, 1 tried to take some of the wind out of their sails by telling them that they captured Kansas simp ly because Prohibition had paved the way for them, and that it was nothing more than the Dutch taking Amsterdam." They said they couldn't see it, but they did see it all...

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. — 22 November 1890

TkTronMMf PrklMfkHi')onr little Prohibition paper enn Kdllwr. I kwp yon nil crying hnlf the timt, Connidcring thnt I do the lKst I nn, appealing to thn public for know how, I reckon 1 have more',. for the wnr the Ili.AitF. trouble than any mn In the United trent yon. If Prohibition U CJ A A ! l .... . . . Diaicyxwpijmj wirc.oiBr woniHn,.WW)nj? nn, Democracy i right, n1 itS all about thin paper. I whv ilnn't vnn AniWff mo with nr. Now tot man who In rending I ffnirnt- thn. knock tho HtiilTinr? ... f.l l - I. I" - - . r Hro. Hell' wlitorlal abont me, in the Georgetown Times it sound like he in making a pretty good fane. Hro. Hell amiinc me and make me mad too. I found out war yearn ago that he would get mad every time I poked any fun at him, and whenever 1 want to say nomcthinit mean about any newfpa per t Mick It on tho (leorgetown Tinea, and I have never yet failed to rtir him. Anybody can run a newnpnper like he in doing. All in the world he ban to do in to br.ig on the Dem ocrat, ...

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. — 22 November 1890

Ik Another Element. The Convention In nilonlinft 2illh w tion of it ticw frtiiul-d Hill of UiixlitK, not only attempt legislation, lxit arrn tnrninst'it work the stock raising inter est of Kentucky. Thesection rtnli: "Lotterio and jtift entorpriuro arc for bullion, and no privileged thai I W grant I'd for neh purpose, ami none alinll be exercised, ami no whoine for aiinllur pnrpoe "hall lie allowed, nor any other apocifa of iraminir. The Mineral 'Ampih lily aliall enforce tit is aeetion hy proper Pennine, ah louery privilege hereto fore granted are revoked." There la aueh a thing a virtue run mail. Coriiitfton CmnmiiiiHTvltli. The alove from the Coringtn Commonwealth i quoted in the Ltrlngton Transcript. The Common)!' faith complii'ii that there is danger that the Con. Con will damage the jjrent horse interest of this State ly making law against gambling. - The Transcript publishes this extract without note or comment, like Baxter bible. In journalism, this tact it's of the Transcri...

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 January 1891

BLUB JBJLABB. Vol.L-Ko.30. Lexington, Kentucky, Saiuraap, January Hit, 1801. Subscription, $2 a Tear. A Mlalnfer On the Blnde the Rational View. nd Winchester, Ky., Dec. 29. Dear Bro. Mooro: If I may call yon brother, and I can on Prohibition. Here I will utrike you and yon will strike me. I think I will also hit you in Adam or in one of those fellows Mul hatton mw breaking hemp in "bluefrrassdom;" that is if Dar win's theory be correct. JJut I am disponed however to think from the account, given in the Dlado of your aneentry, that, yon have de scended from a better parentage from a higher origin, namely, Bar ton W. Stone. 1 thihk the descent of the monkey from man would be easier proven than man's assent from the monkey; especially when wc ace man descending into the naloon business with a license given by our votes. I do not think from the indi cations that you ought to "monkey" with religion. Yon do not 'monkey" with the Prohibition question. It has been monkeyed with too much. W...

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 January 1891

Mr. KolWii PUn lollop I ho f.lqnnr C'nnr. Mr. .1. K. Keller, f tlii city, is n man who hn litin)rui.1i'il him self by introducing ftime of the most cfllncnt plain tlint liavr on tribntotl to the material iiisrrity of the city, and who lia liccn tlie prinoipnl nftrnt in the cftahli-li nirnt of a church here. He is a man of such exemplary life and of cncli thinking capacity iht hi indtrmcnt in entitled to . d consideration. He (aid to me the otlier day that he was in sympathy with thr purposes of the Prohihition party, but did not think we wore on the right road to accomplish the pur pose. I asked him his plan. He wiul it was to hnvo nil the religions de nominations have a grand eounei that might occupy us much an two ream, the purpose ot toe council hriniT to formulate a creed that would be so bread in its nppliea tion that all Christian people couh inscribe to it. and thus with i nnitpd church, the liquor traffic was to be broken down by the per otul abstinence of each Christian 7n ...

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 January 1891

4 A n VIS It 77 s tsa HA TtS s. . . - tf y ? n 0Yif. f t Mitt till M Inw rll..n. if,SiSS5S! SI, M,,)h.. fiiiltitiltS Mi town Inn.. 'SSSjiRSI J Tlirw M.mlli., ISStHIIttlt l:l liiwilloti. 22SSffSI TwnMn.l,s S iSSRilRR If II Opr Month, tfl.RlH Kmir liiTUn. 7TI sriiiiiiiirr Thrn lnMrtlnn. -t....i;;jj Two Itwrtlorn. 77; Si j i ji imrii f i Lit NATIONAL FltOIIIIUTION PLATFORM Adopted by the National Pro lilbltlon Con rent Ion nt In dlannpoll In IMS. The Prohibition party, in na tional convention assembled, ac knowlcdging Almighty God as mo source 01 an power 111 gov' ertiment, does hereby declare : 1. That the manufacture, im- imrtation. exportation, transpor tation and sale of alcoholic bev erages should be made public crimes and prohibited as such. 2. That such prohibition must be secured through amendments to our national and state consti tutions, enforced by odenuate laws adequately supported by administrative authority, and to this end tho organization of the Prohibition party is imp...

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 January 1891

Tbaak Good Friend. I do honestly and sincerely wih the whole world "A Happy New Year." Never in my connection with journalism have I had such rea son to he grateful to my follow countrymen an I have on this the 30th day of December, 1 890. My last Usue asked the people to pay me or send me word that they intended to do so, or that they did not intend to do so, and that 1 should he thankful in any event. 1 have eotten only one or two orders to discontinue my paper while people from a distuticchavc sent me their money, and on the street here they have handed it to me, and all with compliments that are exceedingly flattering. Beside this I have a good big hunk of money in the Second National Bank, and plenty of credit when that gives out, and ' more money coming. Cashier Nicholas is requested to tell any body about my status there, who asks him about it tu the proper way. i have just received money from Lexington, llarrodsburg, Georgetown, Mortonsville, and Winchester, and will send ne...

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. — 10 January 1891

BLADE. , . 1 . mtt! Vol. I. -No. 37. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, ftQmary 10th, ISM. Subscription, $2 a Tear. Brother Barbee itnn n Goad Word Fwr th Farmer Alliance People. Editor Blue-Gran Blade: I have been reading of late in our various party papers edito rials, communications, etc., on platforms broad and platforms narrow, Farmer' Alliances, Pro Fusions and Anti-Fusion. In my opinion much has been said that had best been left unsaid. I can see no more necessity for fusions now than in August, 1872, when "ProhibitloniHts," "Home Protectionists," Peo ple's Party," etc., made a fusion. This fusion brought together the extremes as well as the means (mathematical, not financial), and out of this political hotch-potch have grown bickerings and inter necine strife. I see no good sense in making war upon the farmers, or the farmers' Alliance. We can differ with some of their extreme ideas, and what appears to many of us as impracticable methods, without indulging bit ter personalities...

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. — 10 January 1891

Mwre f'nllery Tor I lie Itlntte. ! 802 W., Ma mi! am, t, JIichmo.m), Va. Dear Moore: I enclose you toother dollar. My u'wriptioti can now run on for a year, nnlem I should move to your city and help you in four fight araiiitt what Lord Katuloltili Churchill truly calls "the destructive, dev Hisli liquor traffic," tor it i the prolific cause of crime, disease, pauperism and insanity. Stamp with your strongest condemna tion the license system, high or low. The greatest curse of the ountry is the liquor tramc, pro duciog sorrow, suffering ands'ar TAtion. Laws in favor ot the man ulacture and sale of intoxicating liquors, protect and encourage this crime producing traftii;; hence many, if not all the drunk' ards, are made drunkards by law License means legalized lawless ness, and an incalculable loss to labor, while Prohibition means jrood government and prosperity To license the cause ot crime is satanic. and our vote is the stand ard of our morals on the question If the people so will...

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. — 10 January 1891

4 UA TtSS. idtj i AnVRRTtHINti of n conscience is, of course, n reg ular, fire-iuting Prohibition-1. Iln writes to ino in his gentie Christian spirit and tells mc t hut lie is afraid I will hurt the feeling of too ninny people by my reckless and indiscriminate wny of firing oT whole brnndsides of facts with out warning aiivlwidy to get out of the wny. It mny be my weakness, awl I wiil just now serve notice on tin' press of Amcricn, civil or ec clesiastic, t hut the first umn thnt the mill and my wife and children fed in the grape. The prettiest wine you ever saw, ran out in a stream nlntoit ns big as thnt of an average iinini). i sampled it with the big tin cup. It was just royal. As hnrinhss as right new cider, hut the best tasted thing I ever swallowed. 1 drank it without sugnr and with sugur in all conceivable proiMjrtions, and every body on the -. - ... - . place, old and young, w lute and m Om Tfnf, M ltmrtlon. t!ttit;stii! lumps on Nnnh ngair, wi 1 get the black, hud just as m...

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. — 10 January 1891

A Sew aad telenttflc Theory A boat th Death aad Rnr rectus f Jcmm Ctirlat. A prominent physician of our city has handed me the subjoined new and novel theory about the death and resurrection, real or al tered, of Jeflu A remarkable feature of this theory is that it docs not occur in work written either for or against religion, but in a medical periodical. It is the "Medical Record" of Nov. 15. 1890, edited byJIWilliam Wood & to., of Hew lork. The physician who gives me this extract says the "Record'' is a periodical of the h ighest standing in his profession. Like the Areonoffitc. that we read about in the New Testament, I am in favor of seeing and hearing anything new that anybody has to present. I believe that an argument against any political or religious tenet that is certainly true, will do just as much to establish tho truth of that tenet as an argument in its favor. That it is possible that the alleged death and resurrection ot Jesus may are occurred as here described, an...

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. — 31 January 1891

BLABB. Vol. L -No. 40. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, January ,11st, IS!) I. Subscription, $2 a Tear 4 Thet'nHrri filntrn Mrnnlc on n Rig Jamboree. The following graphic, nerount from the Knoxviflo Tribune will explain how the business of the country is attended to by the drunkards that we send to Wash ington to represent ns. I doti't know whether -"our Jo" and our John" (V were "in it" or not. It seems to me that I have heard their names mentioned in connection with the use of stim ulants. The account is as follows: DRUNKENNESS IN THE SENATE, Enough "cold tea'' has proba bly been consumed in the various rooms and recesses of the Nation's capital building to floHt the navy. While many of the Nation's law , makers are total abstainers many of thorn are familiar with the musical gurgle of the jug and are accustomed to look upon the ar dent when it is red, and to tarry at the wine when it giveth .its color in the cup. Our Prohibi tion friends will doubtless read the following extract f...

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. — 31 January 1891

THE SOUTH KKSl'ONm THt PROHIBITION PARTY WILL IC WELCOMEO IN O X E LAID. Inink tsrtttini llmly-flnrliln IslU W rrnmpl Allnlln lihnm Mtl In l.lm wlppl WHa ltf lh I.Mii.lant Will 4nln. Th work of th Nut Ion il Co:iviiitt. ha already nlmwn ro.uiu li thr S tilth, In lh orcnn n'mi operation slreml? tartAtl In slmiil twelve ftlnt-a. Cimlrnmn llrkl! lis n.w rn'lorf for Hint Mms Conpntloiis to b.-M follow,. The iliit nl tilncra hve Men le,;pil npon ft r erreponton with the Chulnnon of the lilT.-rMit Atites. LniiUI int, X w Or!on, 4 inn iry 7. Mll'ppl, Jnvkon, " . Alabama, Wi-mlnn'min, " Florida, OrmU. " Ho eni-oirimlnn hnve been th" ie pnnn from Month Carolina that It I likely convention lll lenlleil for thai Suta between Jan. 9 anil 11. Beforo the" con ventlona were lwiiltd upon, circular letter wa 'iit to a Inrge number of rltlx nn of tlir Hlntea, Htm Inn th purpose of the Committee, lind requeM In elnnHtnre to I lie follow Inn : " Replying your c!rculnr letter of recent 1at coneernlig th...

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. — 31 January 1891

4. nviiiiTtststi ha ma. iAUiliU - -I rt ttsttiitiiii M Inwrtlnna. 01 X Mont In, M Inwrtloiw, iliiiiiiiiSSS Thrao Month, U ImertlnDt. tf.f tstttsiti Two Month, Kigbl Iniwrtlnnt. On Month, i'owr Inaertlonv. Thi tnmrtiont. Two Inwrtlonn. isrfpfm'fii i titinrtT. Single tnarrllon. A Seventy jenr-oM "Mionfliig BfolhodlMlhnt Isploiiscd Willi Tlie Blade Sadicville, Kv. Jan. 20, I'm. Your sample copies and ltltir cani to hand and 1 will do all I can to get you subscribers. I have been reading The lilade ever since you have been editing it. You sent it to me at Kockdale, Owen Co., Ky. The postmaster at that place sent you fifty cents for me, and he and I take The lilade in partner ship. His name is Uev. Doyle, lie sent you $2.60 as I learn from him, and he and I take one copy for us both. I am in my seventieth year. Religiously I am a Bhouting Meth odist, and politically I am a Prohi bitionist. I believe that Christian -1 ity is a spiritual thing or that it is nothing. 1 believe that aleoliol...

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. — 31 January 1891

Tk Teiwilllc flnrlon. I have jut received the firt issue of the new paper, the Vtr faillet Clarion. It is edited by Mr, Fred Henry, whoso mother in to well known among Prohibitionist and Woman Suffrage people. The paper in gotten up neatly both morally and meehanienlly; bull regret to sec that the faith that dwells in hi mother is not in it. It's nothing but a Democratic paper, and thrust away at the fame old wind mills that continually ag itate the Democratic Quixotes. When the demnnd for Demo cratic paiers is already so over done and there are so many fresh, bright and grand new ideas that are engaging the attention of the world it seems a pity that any bright young man should start out to uphold a political party in which eyery drunkard and political cor runt ion igt seems to find his natural affinity. The best thing anv man can do with the dominant Democracy of Kentucky, is to white wash it like the sepulchres in the text, but inwardly it is "full of corruption and dead men's bo...

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