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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 7 February 1891

BLUE-OBApg BLADE. Vol. I. -No. 41. Lexington, Kentucky, SfUurrfifj, February 7th, 1801. Subscription, $2 a Year t 4, The Stain or the Alllnnre Pro pl!Mre Favorable lo Pro hlbltlon. As might reasonably havo been expected from the beginning, the Farmer' Alliance bus split. Thero is every reason to suppose now that one-half of it will go to the Prohibitionists, and the other will simply bo an annex to Democracy, or a subdivision of Democracy that wants special legislation for the farmers. These Alliance people who en dorse the resolutions lately passed at Ocala, Florida, form one sec tion and those who combined with the Prohibitionists to elect Kein and Ilelvorson to Congress from the West lately, form the other party. The cause of the rupture was the decision of the Ocala party that no negro could be a member of the Alliance The call of the other party for a meeting at Chi cago, on the other hand invited the Colored Farmer's Alliance to meet with them. Of course the discrimination aga...

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. — 7 February 1891

"Oar JV latlaa Whisky Mfrj. It is little interesting that the tccond issue of the "Clarion," the new Democratic paper pub lished in Senator Blackburn's town, should hare had in full the Senator's famous Indian whisky tory. Under the most favorable cir cumstances when the story was fresh and new, it was bad enough, but since the poor Indians have so suffered from the drunken in competency of Government agents and from the whisky that th'e Government has allowed to be taken among them, this story seems to be peculiarly inappro priate. The story is not merely lacking in any moral peculiarity, but as a joke could never elicit applause from anybody higher than saloon people and ward politicians. An 'end man" at a negro minstrels that would get oil such a gag would be hissed by the peanut gallery. I can laugh at Col. Stoddard Johnston's "Texas badger story. or Proctor Knott's story of the dog that learned to talk." as Col. Hwope used to ten it. Though neither of them were ex actly the rig...

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. — 7 February 1891

T AltymtTtStSa HATHH. .Aim Ji' i I! I i ? f i J Oiw Yrnr, VI ltifrHti. SI Mntitll", i.f iff ? 1111 .f t t ri - - -j f Thrw M.mth., 1:1 lrrt.iii. Tw.i Month. Kllflll lMTll"tl, m n r. z ?t .5 ; j .h.i. Mnnlli, l-mir linrrlliiiii. .! :;.;! I? i m 1 ';' $ S f I ? ! ! X ' :- i ',:!'. :ll-JS?l ti rt f o fi : i , - .1 l:s?i.ii.i't i 1 Thrr Inwrlliin. Two llnorllolm. Slnjjlir Imrrtlnn. The I.oiiIm lllc C'onI reiwe1 The ponfert'iiee .if the Hate Kxrrulive Committee mnl ineinhers of the pBrlv, held in thin city,Tlinr-iiln v, nuiile (n-vem! reeonwieiiilHtinns retftirilinit the. enii.ini; (State Convention. nni ilechltil iiin 1111 orgfliiizcrto work in the State. The inenihers present wen: M.-tj. .hi sigh Hurris. Clmiriniin; .1 .1 1'iieker, I, I,. I)., lmis II. Ferrell, Jr., Ii. IS. nml II. M. Wins!.., 0. f Ovemtrcet, H. .im merman, lr. .1. V. Hovee, .1. W .'Sawyer, Dr. ii. W. WoniiM, licit. M. Idinil v.'l.'r J. 0. DeilinHii, W. W. (ioddnril, ' I r. f Voiers, M. Kurt. Col. J Al. Holmes. IJev. I...

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. — 7 February 1891

ThcOntlook for Mute Organ. One purpose of the Kentucky Prohibition State Conference at Louisville, on January 2ft h, was to perfeet some plan for tho estab lishment of a newspaper which should lie J he organ of this State. The effort eemcd to come to n 1cal liek. The people wtid they would not give their money to it itnlewn they knew who was coin to edit it, and Chairman Harris said they could not tell who wax going to edit it until the money was raised and a board appointed who should determine who the editor should be. In the Conference no mention was made of any mau that wouli be a proier one to edit it. Privately, I was talked to about my undertaking its editorship. 1 never hail thotieht there was enough probability of my being made its editor to give the matter much thought until since it was suggested to me, and having care fully none over tho whole groum in my mind I have concluded that I would be exceedingly glad to have the position, if the party in this State wants me, but...

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. — 14 February 1891

BLUB BLADE. : J. Vol. I. -No. 42. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, February 24th, 1891. Subscription, $2 a Tear. A SumeMlon im James Lane Allen. I have the honor of an extend ed and intimate acquaintance with James Lane Allen, the Kentucky magazine writer and lecturer. lu purity of diction and style, he stands peerless among South ern prose writers, and there is a special demand for his distinctive literary traits to counterbalance the immensely preponderating Southern trend to the jocular and dialectic and light styles of lit erature. Writers in this last department have shown great excellence, and have contributed to the health, happiness and (rood morals of the people by making them laugh at genuine humor. 1 regard some of these as being as truly public benefactors as are our greatest discoverers and scientists, or as the writers of some of our finest ethics and philosophy; but it would not do to l.avu all of our Southern literature ot that kind. There should always be some of that...

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. — 14 February 1891

Id THAT AM.f Onlr (1M(tf parkllnf wtna. la Wat all? tatnatallT Tompttn a moti.nt WIIH rntf till l.triat l't J am aoul It pun'nn of pain. Cry oat at tha Ina ihnt with ir ehata HH1 II in thrall I H. ll ll In thralll Onlr an Idla, an ml tnH, la tnatallt la that al.f Only a 'arkinma ihcabt tnuaattirml, l.tha- all? t'y awn th wired of aa lionorwl nam, TM aanltxa irlnotn nt a path it ahama After IM tall, afar tna fall. Onlr ttint Ba rT aa wa cm, la that all la Ihatal.T Only a faw "wild oata " to aow, la that all? I'tr aarn tha reaping In to and tnara, Tha harraat ro Inf of aorrowf ill rears Aud tlila la all. and thin la all : -Mary T. Lathrap. ORGANIZE THE JUNIORS. fating Amarlanna Can Ha Knllatad la ha Fra ilbllloa Btforan. Tha following editorial from tha Pro hibition Advocate of Baltimore. Mil., abnwn what might be ncoompllahed by organising our boys Into "Junior 'Clubs. Let no committee neglect ibis work. TheboTmutbeenllated. Bom of them will rota 1 1 TO, many more In VI, and a boat I...

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. — 14 February 1891

fAnvnttTtstsa RATIO. " " " jt i E J -i ttft Z tf it owv,.r, tit?n!itm Ml Inwrtlnna. 22S SS 5 3 1 t J HI, Month,. stistutiiii 1M lnTilon. ''SaiSSf2 Thr Month,, tMttlltftll I ln,crll..n.. "$.'A7.Z?,ilt T,oM.,n,h.. M8I8IIWIIII KIHht Inwrtlnn, ""S2SR88J On. Month, BiaBllii f our lnftlnn,. SEfi'4 i ffimiiimr ; Tisiisiraifmi Two Inert lont, NNiif nvisjjijii 7 Sniilftffilt Single Inmrt Ion. ..nontax Judge t'lnnell on I ho I.lqnnr Tronic In Georgetown. Bro. C. C. Moore. Dear Sir: The argument ha: been for the saloon thnt it contrib utes to the general prosperity. llus is un argumeut worthy of at tention; lor the question of the general prosperity, or at least of individual prosperity, in very close to the heart of the average man What ia all the noise about the tariff lor except that it involves the question of money? The .n terest in the tariff shows conclu sively how much the masses are concerned about matters involving their financial interests. When the advocate of the saloon, therefore...

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. — 14 February 1891

f The Wtaii Suffrage DNsflee Ilea. , lis just; because the thing that may From some intimations thtt 1'jutiljt be ne& data, that we have received at the late Louisville ron-l from which to reason about these ferenee, I am inclined to think that' matters are so limited and occult, the opposition to woman euflrnge that it ill becomes as to be (log in our party, that exists principal ly in the western and southwestern part ot the State, is growing "smaller bv degree and beautiful ly less." ' The opposition never lias been of the religions form, which is the . worst type of it, but has been the result of a conviction that woman's "proper spear," as Artemus War J called it, was only in the domestic circle. This is the remnant of a sent! merit which was onoe universal, and which until within a few years, obtained all over Kentucky, which assumed the intellectual superior ity of men over women. It is being gradually displaced, and can be, and will bo, most effectually dispelled by send...

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. — 21 February 1891

.BJLIL GRASS BLA Vol. I. -No. 4.1. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday, February 2Ut, ISO. Subscription, $2 a Year. Judge Klovnnon Thin It it 1 Wonld Ire n Pretty Good Dor If Thoy Pnt a Clog n Hie and Keep Me In a Tight Pen. Gkoroetown, Kt., Feb. 1091. C. C. Moort, Esq, Dear Sir: In your article in the last week's issue touching the 'Outlook lor a State Organ," you ask for free and unbiased expres sions from your reader on the subject, irrespective of their po litical affiliation. I may be permitted to say that 1 am highly pleased with your suggestion of a daily paper, it' it can be furnished at fifty cents a month, and a weekly at one dol lar per annum. As to its location, I would deem it of less importance, as the facil ities for rapid transmission are such that whether Lexington or Louisville were selected, the readers would receive it about as soon from one city as from the other. But I must say the selection of a prudent, well lutormeu, reliable editor is of the greatest import ance,...

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. — 21 February 1891

A "freethinker" Talk Atmni Th Blade, ItHIUa and Freblbltlon. liKXIXrtTOX, Kt., Fcl). 4, 'Jl. Mr. C. C. Moore. Denr Friond" and Urotlicr: You have been nonding nie the Blade for tome time in the expectation, no doubt, of my milwcribing lor the paper. l'hifl my intention, nnd has been all along. I would inclose the money now, if I could, but will Kcnd it to you just ns wwn as pos sible. I was a subscriber to the Blade before it gave up the ghost the first time, and 1 can truthfully env that I have lost none of my love for it since it has been lying cold in its crave: and now that it has come to life again, I find that my affection for it has revived with renewed lorce and passion Although I am a temperance man. I can not sav 1 am a Prohi bitionist, but if 1 continue to read Tour excellent paper I will bo one before I know it, whether I like it or not, for of all the things that get away with a freethinker like my self the thing is a fact presented in an argumentative and logical way S...

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. — 21 February 1891

AnvnKTtstxo ttsXTisa. hM,T,,. iitttttttm M Inwrtlonh S2?fi3i3'4 1 J W. Month.. IstttlliiHH M inHrllon. aSSKfcSlSJ ThMnntM, tSSfSSttfttl U ImwrtlMM. JJ"22223r.!J! Tw. Month., RSRtlRIIII Klghl Inmrtlon. 2 2?j9gj On, Month. .M RS'BUtlll iurlwwrllon. "SSSSt ; mffirmiT ThfM InMrtlnat. ttrti?t3 ; iisis6isii Two iBMruont. sinnnrtj Snrnamii fllnglt Inmrtlon. mm THE AHESA," T Which Rev. J. W. McGarwy fthe ChrlHtlun Charch of Lexington, Will Noon Contribute Theolog ical Paper. Several persons have lately asked me why I did not read the "Are na," tclli ng me that it maintained my theological views. Last week some friend Bent me anonymously a leaf cut from this magazine, asking me to put it in theBiade, and adding "that's the way you talk." You saw the greater part of it that I published in the last issue and just as I was clos:ng up my f taper for the press Mr. B. F. Wil iams, a member of the Christian tl.i:reh in this city, and whose ff.'l.c r v. r.3 a prominent member in that cl.rrdi. called...

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. — 21 February 1891

The AnflNn1fton I lmrch Work In C'lnolnnnll. A very remarkable di'iiionst ra tion is being made by the church ct of Cincinnati ngninxt the M loons, wliidi I hope the churches of Lexington will Ht once emulate. ; Of about 1"0 churches in the city all but eleven arc engaged in the work. Two thousand con verts have been made and the ministers say they rill keep it up tor five years if tiaieK"rv. 1 do not knov th 7 dct'Us of their plans, but it ' ia able symptom that ths t. . n Toopors are paid to beorgatme,: -pposo the crusade. I do not know ho ' li e 'n't.oti men can oppose 4 heio hutches, unless they get sOtii" of those prerchers wnost Hermous th')j, report in the Clmmpit')" aifo South Went" and eta I coun teracting revival '-"-i. or of li quor. V ..' The liqn' r . pr.achers might take up jlit? story of cbnnging water nr-V f t Cana o,' Uli lee, ar.d makeitprotty in cresting tor thw other atfe. Then "ider the head of ''per sonal liberty" they mirrht take such texts us "For wl is iiiy ...

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 May 1891

r . '' f I ... . To. . -AT?. JO. Lcrlnftoii, Kentucky, tiztiirday May 2,1801. Subscription, $2 a Tear. 1Q T T I 11 At I he IIrfllirl Titlito Hi Kiini. The .tnlo In .u(iir. tut . tilt I no l Joctor HMikru itttcd up about the eye and talked )hph, and said lie felt meaner than n Clop. 1 f aid," What t up?'" Ho said "Went to a Icjr show lust night at the Opera House." S:iiel I, "young rnnn you are cotninr, you Bre getting older every day you live." Tlieti we got, to talking about tlic "Nudo in Nature." I t's a set tle fact tliat tliey arc goitifr to have it "in art" "Mm Hart" in the eourt house rotunda settled that hash, and now the fight is coming on as to whether thev are going to have it in nature.'' Mav he the moss is sprouting on my hack, hut I em doubtful about the firet and scpiare out foruenst the latter. I hear that a minister and his wife got up and walked outcf the house at the Doctor's anatomical show. I give him credit for it. I reckon nobody is going to charge rue with bei...

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. — 2 May 1891

In Ihe 1MI I nm worry that tbe last Na tional Prohibition Convention at Indianapolis put that Sunday plank iu our national platform Our Prohibition champions gen erally detenu rend where a it. I havo lately man in Tennessee was arraiencd nnd heavily lined i a' i : for doing honest nnd commenda ble work on Sunday, and also of a railroad's being fined for hnvi ig work done on Sunday. This Sundav law is generally favored by Prohibitionists because it is thought it will be the means of shutting up the saloons on emiii day. We are only warranted in doing things that are good, by the use ol proper means. The Prohibition party would not be warranted in inserting a plank in its national platform against the manufacture of razors, because so many darkies carry razors to slash each other with when they get into tights. I believe that tbe ordinance that closes licensed saloons on Sun day is a bad one. It eerve as an apology to thous ands of religious aud political hypocrites for allowing the s...

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. — 2 May 1891

4 4 ,t rJ w r s arc 3 ha tij s. 2 I " x " - Ow Yrnr, M Inarrttnna, iiif fit ftiii - w W Month, t Inwiilona. 2ii iiiSSSii Thnu Mnntha, I.I lnertlon. t.f.?iiitstis Two Mmitl,,, S ? S ? . R f f i 3 Klulii lnTilon. """"Si.'Sr.aj J ' OtirMnnlh i S.?! Vi S S 5 3 Four Itivrtiiinn. -i5i- :ii , -.-. Th-i.,,.. " J two !.,,..,,. "Hss55:5;j 1 " To All to Whom the Illnde May C'omo, Greeting. The I51a.1e in only Bi nt to such persons as it is hoped will be willing to pay for it, and every one to whom it comes is regarded as owing for it unless he lias received a receipt for it, if he continues to take it out of tiie office. The names of the persons to whom the Blade goes are either furnished by some acquaintance of theirs or the parties are, from some circumstance known to the editor, such as are supposed to bo will ing to pay for the paper. In all cases where friends pay for the Blade when it is sent to others, the par ties receiving the paper are notified of this fact. All persons to whom the 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. — 2 May 1891

Nan hone VrrMW Sawlii . I most heartily endorse the let tor and spirit til' the oiiiinuiii.'n tion, in this issue, from Dr. "Smith, of I'inlncnh to lr llurow, ('liairtnnn of (.'otuiiiittce of Ar rnnircnirnt in this city. Not to use any circumlocution about it, nil the dwtors in town,; and the couulry circumjacent re fixing t.i get drunk here on Mnv' 27lh. That'i" just l!e size of it. They are going to have a big biiinpn-t nnd have liquor, and nearly every son of Ilypoerntcs, ('nlcn, Eculu pins or w hoever it is, that' the daddy of all tin? doctors, will pet drunk, and some of them will be "stcpulht In r!o." Of eon rie they will not ndniit that, but they are going to have M'ine, and they will nearly every one drink it, and it will make all of them more or less drunk,exect oncor two in stance, in which the parties are old whisky soaks to whom w ine Would be almost like water. I think this is not only un becoming, but that these gciitle mcn have no right to do this These gentlemen have...

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 June 1891

&BA BL ABlf BLU Lexington, Kentucky, halnrday June 0, 1801, Subscription, $2 a Tear Vol. 11. -Xo. .7. (From th Ki-nlnrky lmxlrr.) A BLOOMING FARCE. THE MAXXEIt Iff WHICH ELECTION ARK HUff Iff I.EXIfffilTOff. IIIunI ruled In Hie Circuit C'nrt la I lie Trial ! Meanrn. NmAIu rnnn and HotMrlft A ftweet Nor iiIhI NtMle mf Aflklrn- The Jury llondercd a Verdict el Acqnlllnl In Tw Minute. The farslcal character of the elec tions held in taxington was never bet ter illustrated than in the trial to-day of D. B. Saffarans and Charles Roberts for frauds in Duck's precinct at the last August election, when John J. Sullivan was counted In over Letcher Lnsby for City Marshal. Dan Saffarans was Sheriff and Chas. Roberts a Judge at this election and were tried together, William McNa mara, clerk, and Dan Scott, the other judge, asking for separate trials. Messrs. Wellington Payne, B. P. Carpenter, E. B. Hayman, W. E. Hib ler, and L. P. Young swore upon the stand that they did not vote for Sulli v...

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. — 6 June 1891

) The Kind f a Mayor Lexington Ought t Have. Wasbburne, the new Mayor of Chicago, has created a stir in that town. I think be ought to be applauded by every Prohibition ist. A fellow named Jim Apple ton, a ealoon-keeper there, who is a political leader there just as sa-loon-keepcrs are political leaders in Lexington, thought he would make a new departure that would astonish the natives: and he did. Jim bad probably done a great deal to elect Wasbburne, and Wash had promised to reciprocate. Jim, like a genuine saloon-keeper that he was, uidu t sutler much from diffidence, and he told Wash that he wanted to start a saloon at the corner of Vernon Avenue and Thirty-firel street. That was the very center of the aristocracy of Chicago, and it was about as If Vine or Water street man in Lexington should ask MayotJ'oushee to allow him to establish a saloon risrht in the i of "Silk Stocking Row,' in Short, right by the side of the Northern bank block, or among the aristocracy out on Sec ond ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 June 1891

4k OSk i xHV S -0"ys l ADVERTISING RATES. 8 fill S3 5Si58,888 et te to c ae wn.i co OfTW SSSS8SSS8SS8 siiuKrtloom. SS8S8S5S88 Hi Month., SSS8SS8SSSSS WiyMrtlom. -2ss-SSgg, Three Month., 822888888888 1 InasrUolu. "'""SSSSSSSS Two Months SSS8S8S58888 Eight iuertloo. JJ"B,,S2S5SSS OmMonth SSSgSSSS888S Four insertions. """""S5858 T-. initio. !!IHSIJ To All to Whom the Blade May Cone, Greeting. The Blade U only sent to such persons as it is hoped will be willing to pay for it, and every one to whom it comes is regarded as owing for it unless he has received a receipt for it, if he continues to take it oat of the office. The names of the persons to whom the Blade goes are either furnished by some acquaintance of theirs or the parties are, from some circumstance known to the editor, such as are supposed to be will ing to pay for the paper. In all cases where friends pay for the Blade when it is sent to others, the par ties receiving the paper are notified of this fact All persons to whom t...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 June 1891

A tVhl Slrtrag el Them From Tlie XleUa-laavlIIe Ieni carl. When Jim McKinzie made his pass at Jo Blackburn's string of dried apple resolutions, he wanted 'unlimited coinage of silver ac cording to the Bible.' He said Grover was a little oft on silver, but in the political pool Itox he was a favorite that "all hell could not beat." Blackburn retorted that McKenzie had failed to take the advice of the Blue Grass Blade. Jim MsKenzie is called "the gentleman from Christian," but his language was from Chicago. The "farmers" and the Con-Con, were "outen" it. They were not into it. They were extraneous. There are no flies on the devil, and when he lobbied Deity into the new Constitution rreamble, be eot there with both hoofs His trail is over the rest of the seven months monster. When the devil wants to nut up a vicious job on the neonle he alwavs encourages pious talk and opens with unctious prayer. The Devil it always Moderator at-large when, affair of the sul- joined nature occur, and g...

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