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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 31 October 1891

BLU BLABB. Subscription, 2 a tear Vol. II. -No 18. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday October 31. 1891. t 1 r ( ?'- r r 4-. Tke Chrigtiaa Standard" a the Wise Haklag at Cana 'Galilee. . ... -xne christian standard , an . argan Pf-tbe Christian or Disciples church, published at Cincinnati, Ohio, talks like a religious paper snouia ao, on tne suDieci 01 tne liquor iniquity. It recognizes, of course, oar per' sonal duty to abstain from the use of intoxicants, but it goes further than this and says we must use our civil right to put down the liquor traffic, by voting for Prohi bition. - But in its issue of September 16, there u discussed a question bear ing upon tha liquor traffic that is going to test the moral courage of the editor of that paper. It is that story about Jesus' making - wine at Cana or Ualuee. Bro. Tillman of Knoxville, Ten nessee, is a total abstinence man, and he objects to the fact that the "Standard Bible Le6son Com mentary" teaches, that at Cana of mr- T J it t i uamee,...

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 October 1891

Anether DUtrmlan Instance f the WerlteX Kentucky Whisky. As I write this the papers of the state are printing the particu lars of one of the most distressing instances of the effects of whisky that I have ever known. The victim is my relative and friend, and his sweet wife and sweet and bright and beautiful boy and girl are dear to the heart of my family and myself. I would never mention it ex cept that I want to do good to others by so doing, and make this case strike home to his rela tives and friends and mine, who are Christian people who vote for the liquor traffic by voting for the , Democratic party in this state, and at whose door lies the respon sibility of the ruin of this man. Before the election last August I personally begged 6ome of the relatives of this fallen man, to vote with the Prohibition party. They are the most punctilious observers of the forms of the con ventional religion, and are good citizens, except that by their votes for the Democratic party in this stat...

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 October 1891

4 ADVERTISING RATES. i 4 2 a a A One Tear, S2 insertions. SSSSSSSSS8S3 J,258S8S58SS Six Months, SSSSS8SS8SSS Three Months, 1 iasertiani 8SS8888S8888 Two Months, Eight iaserUew. SSSSKSSSgfgg Z '22SSSSS On Month Foar insertions. SSSSSSSjSSSSg S2SS8 Three Insertions. SSS8S88S8SS8 IfslWIsgllTi IV Insertion. SlffSIfiUTI Hopte laaprttoa. Stray Cattle. I have on my place, eight miles North of Lexington, two stray cattle. They have been on my place a year. When they came there I informed- ray neighbors about them orally, as far as I could, but did not advertise them in any paper, because they were so diseased, or poor from bad treatment, that I thought for months they would die. They are now doing well and owner . can get them on proper conditions. Charles C. Moore. aug8tf ACRES - OF LAND WANTED. An Eastern Steamship and Col onisation Company have written to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Queen & Crescent Route, to find for them a tract of land in either Kentucky or Tenne...

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 October 1891

That "Uagedly League" Edito rial ef theewTark Voice". The most significant thing that has ever occurred in Prohibition politics, of which I know, is that editorial of our national Prohibi tion organ, The New York Voice, on "The ungodly league of the Church and Saloon", and the sympathetic response from Pro hibition papers and Prohibition workers all over the country. The substance of the editorial is that the church is the bulwark of the rum traffiic,that Christians who believe in Prohibition should withdraw from these churches, and either establish churches of their own. or just live in the Prohibi- . tion party as being better than the church in its present form, and use the money that they have been erivine to churches,' for the Prohibition party. It not only takes the position that no man is a Christian who votes with the old political parties, but says of any preacher who is even silent on the Prohibition anestion that he is not fit lor a teacher of the people. Nothing can be a...

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. — 7 November 1891

n u BLu BLA D Vol. II. -No 19. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday November 7. 192. Subscription, $2 a Tear 4 Jaked. HwMlnewoT Preebyte riaalata Mud ll'hiMkj. Lexington, Sept. 9, 91. Mr. a C Moore. Deah Sir I have read with considerable interest tne write up vou have given th. whisky re ligionists of Lexington, especially M-Clellan; but your work is in complete while you leave nn touched John Pew; the Suiwrin- tendent of the Sunday school of the rirst. Presbyterian church, a regular attendant, at prayer meet ing, prays loudly in public, and aspires to n eldership in the church, but they have not quite cheek enough to elect him while he superintends and runs Pepper's distillery. Just think of his running a distillery fix days in the week aud a Presbyterian Sunday school on the seventh. But I reckon it was foreor dained. Subscriber I would rather have you 6gu your name, and look like you were not afraid, but I publish this be cause I personally know the main part of it to be true, and suppo...

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 November 1891

I get the MC14 Shalder" Clase at Harae. Georqetowh, Sept 15 1891. C. C lloote Esq. Mt Deak Friend Wheu I wrote to you last week I did not suppose that the Blade would likely suspend so soon, in fact I bad no evidence that it would suspend at all, and yet I am uot surprised. You remember that in the conversation 1 had with you last spring, I stated that I did not believe that any paper could succeed permanently that openly oppoeed the Bible and its teach ings, and I say now frankly and candidly that I do not think it ought to succeed, if we keep be fore us the best interest of hu manity.' You differ with me on that pointbut 1 do not propose to discuss that question now. Possi bly that is one of your mistakes yoa ought to confess to your good wife, like all honest men ought to do, and promise her, in the sight t)f high Heaven that you will strive, God helping you, never to make that mistake again. 1 should like very much to see you at an early day and have a con ference with you. I no...

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 November 1891

.XOVBRTISING RATES. ,isii ---- - s c s Or. Year, a iueertlona. SSSSS8SSSSSS six Month. iiuertione. SSSSS8SSSSSS lint Moathe, 14 iueertiona. SSSSSggggggg m - OS le-n Month. Kinht insertion. sssgggssggss o;w Month roar inaertioaa. s. Tlirw Intrrtiotu. . SS8SssSs8Sss 1 Inarrtion. HslslaeilTs Ma!i Inertinn. ssssssssssss 150.000 ACREN OF LAKI WASTED. An Easteru Steamship and Col onization Company Lave written to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Queen & Crescent Route, to find tor them a tract of land in either Kentucky or Tennessee of about 150,000 acres. The land is to be suitable for truck farming, also for raising corn, wheat, trees and shrubs, and near enough to railroad to make shipping facilities handy. Any one having a body of land suitable or this purpose, will please com municate with the nndVrsigned, giving price, terms, location, and all particulars. D. G. Edwards G. P. & T. A. Cincinnati, O. Christian who"Make Mare In. fldels Ibaa all iheTam Paiuett, Bob ...

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 November 1891

A Keatncky Minister bo does not Like the way I Talk A boat Miracles. Jckction City, K v., Sept. 4, '91. Charles C. Moore, Lexington, Ky. Dear Sir Enclosed I send you one dollar, for which you will lease send me one copy of "The lational View". I admire you for your untiring war against tsi n, and ehall try to read your book intelligeutlj'. You are evidently right in opposing the liquor traffic, the great curse of the nation, but you are a "crank" on the question of miracles. I read the Blade carefully and, as you have requested of your readers, I herewith give my judg ment that your paper would be more interesting and profitable to the public, and the world would never lose one iota of valuable thought if you would uever open your mouth, or wield your pen, again on the question of miracles, unless you can do a vastly better job than anything yet said in the Blade on that subject. Like the old cow you give a bucket of good temperance milk and then kick it over with a tirade about the...

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 November 1891

TOT ,11 M V A Vol. II. -No 21. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday November 21. 1891. Subscription, $2 . 4. Kind Wards frni I be Sealh. era Jnrul. The foregolngtell that we are to have some Moore good Prohibition agitation. We are glad to see the Blue GraaaBlade at work cutting rach a wide swath among the incon stant voter. Moore knows how to Write and should be supported in the work. There is a wide field in Ken. tacky for Prohibition papers. 1,860, 000'population should support 372 Prohibition papers. The idea of our suspending the Journal Is one Moore joke. Moore should try to tone down somewhat, like we have; not because we say so, but because it will aid him in the work. Good Prohibitionists will read the Blade any way. but there is a class that we want to reach with Prohibi tion logic that will not read either one of our rantankerous sheets, but it took as some time to learn it. A man with strong convictions and knowledge of the righteousness of his cause, is liable not to see his 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. — 21 November 1891

-' hisad in one "siugie iuotance any .-BoeouB cause when its supporters were few and the applauding multi . tude was in opposition? He baa bit terly inveighed against the intolerance of his opponents, but who ever knew of his being egged or stoned for the sentiments to which he gave utter ance? He has shrieked for liberty longer and louder than any man of our day, and yet where was he ever in bonds or in prison? Who has sought to shackle his shins or tie his tongue? Where has his voice been raised for the abolition of the saloon, or any other popular and powerful curse of the time? Where did he ever occupy stump or platform that was not sur rounded by the applauding multitude, with the cheering rabble in the imme diate background? If any of his friends or admirers know of any oc casion where he has played the part of a real reformer, it is about time that ' they should make it known. If he has any marks, or scars, or stripes, to show that he has ever suffered any thing for any cause...

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 November 1891

s t 1 r 4 I i ADVERTISING RATES. :4 I B 2! v w w v v q tiS CficaaDaflicco One Tear, 42 iMertiooa. SSSSSSSSSSS8 S58S88588Sf Sis Moatha, W iaMrikm. SSSSSSSSS8SS 'S52SR8S8 Tbrr Moath, IStaMrttau. 8SSS8888S888 Two Month!, SS8SBSSSSSS8 One Month I' Iiwllmn 8SESS88SS88S I"" "3858 Three IamttOM. SS8SSSSS8SSS -'2285 SflTSIssIsTs Tw InaartkxM. Single InaerUon. SSSSS8SSS8SS 1SO.OOO ACRES OF LAND WANTED. An Eastern Steamship and Col onization Company lave written to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Queen & Crescent Route, to find for them a tract of land in either Kentucky or Tennessee of about 150,000 acres. The land is to be suitable for truck farming, also for raising corn, wheat, trees and shrubs, and near enough to railroad to make shipping facilities handy. Any one having a body of land suitable for this purpose, will please com municate with the undersigned, giving price, terms, location, and all particulars. D. G. Edwards G. P. k T. A. Cincinnati, O. A Tate ef twe Hous...

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 November 1891

i Fraaa a CM Methodist Mtais tar wh net me en a "Queen A Crescent Train. MlDDLESBOKOUGH, Kt. Nov. 3, 1891. Mr. Chat. C. Moore, Lexington. Dear Sir Enclosed find ?1.00 which is the poor man's price for the Blue Grass Blade. Please send to my address at Middles borough, Ky. I desire your paper for two or three good reasons. First; be cause of its uncompromising op position to the liquor traffic. Again, for the frankness and can dor of the editorials for instance; your cutting and convincing ut terances against dog shows and Lnll fights, held in the interest and namefof charity. "Them's iny sentiments." .Then I like the Blade's fearless exposition of existing political schemes and frauds, which menace the welfare and happiness ot this nation. Its many other good features need not be mentioned here. Some things appear in your paper, however, which are very objectionable, and which will always hinder its influence for good. After forming your ac quaintance on a Q. & C. train lately, ...

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. — 28 November 1891

BLAlBB. 4 f V''1 'V'f VyaANJ Id Vol.II.-No 22. .... , Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday November 28, 1891. Subscription, $2 a Tear F i -4. i: r 4 J 1 r - -j i 4 i I A Preabytertoa wha likes the Blade and me. Office of the "Church Mil- itamt," No. 6 Union Plack V Brooklyn, N. Y. I Mr. C. C. Moore. Editor of Blade, Dear 8ir Mar the Lord bless thee oaL&fZion. Glad to see the XllaUe uuue luuit." " 11 1 ' I will pat it on my list of Pro hibition papers which I propose to keep standing, and if it is con venient for you give the Militant a (illegible.) ; Let os unite .together . for . the (illegible) of iharfcingdom which is righteousness and peace. Yours Fraternally, Editor Church Militant. A notice of this paper on the letter head is as follows. inc unnren aiimant is a small re- JjgJona paper which aims to tell the truth OA all moral questions. Arraigning oar present psendo Christian civilization with the dir. rectneaa of the ancient Hebrew Prophets, itannounces the kingdom of God a now ...

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. — 28 November 1891

4 Ji ' OJtmmj we bare MiwedTuee, Welcome, Welcome Home.'" I am going to tell you one of the regulation Sunday-School teacher bank cashier stories juet as it occurred right here in Lexing ton, and then I will let the Lex ington Transcript tell the etory in the Transcript's style, calling your attention to the fact that the Transcript has lately laid down as a principle in journalism that it is legitimate business to sell the sen timents of its editorial columns, and admitted that it did this in advocating the claims of David- eon, a saloon proprietor, for Mayor ot lexington. If anybody 6ays I mean to in sinuated n the following account that the Transcript has been paid y bcrugham to write the piece 1 deny the charge. 1 do not know anytning aooui at ann do not insinuate anv il,'. ;" I only say that if I had taken money from Davidson under the circumstances that the Tran script did, I would not hesitate to take monev from Scrugham for writing this piece that the Tran - rint has publish...

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. — 28 November 1891

ADVBRrJSJXG RATES. S v o v v o Z t-s 2 JZ So g g g .jS.(i. Tr, ssssssssssss MiMertiotu. S85gS588 Six Monthi, SSSSSSSSSS Ttarr Mot(h., SSSSSSSSSSS3 11 ioaeitiant, """SSSSSSSJ TwoMontht, SSSSJSSSSSSS3 Eight innrUoaa, J""W"22558S J One Month SSSSSSSSSSS8 Four inaertioDS. "jjiogg tw initio-. "552552!" 22I22!ii! ISO.UOO AlKLft Of liiAD WASTED. An Eastern Steamship and Col onization Company liave written to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Queen & Crescent Route, to find for them tract ofland va either Kentucky a-oeesee of about 150,000 acres. The land is to be suitable for truck farming, also for raising corn,. wheat, trees and shrubs, and " T T ! J 1 near enougn 10 rauroaa w nias.e shipping facilities handy. Any one having a body of land suitable for this purpose, will please com municate with the undersigned, giving price, terms, location, and till particulars. D. G. Edwards G. P. & T. A. Cincinnati, O. Appointment of Professor A. I. Voter. Prohibition State Organi...

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. — 28 November 1891

J t If 1 The Kd Wamea. and Con temptible men of Kentucky. ' The saloon-keepers of Central City were visited the other even ing by a band of women who asked them to close their doors and quit the business. Lexing ton Transcript That item is from a Democratic paper, edited by a Presbyterian. who has lately admitted, editori ally, that he sold the influence of his paper to a saloon-keeper to help him train the mavorality of Lexington. Of course we could not expect such an editor to say anything in favor of that "band of women, 'or against the "saloon-keeper of Central City" or any other city, .'.''Kentucky editors are continu ally harping on the "fair women and brave men ' ot this state, Our women are fair, and aa beau tiful in mind and heart as are to be found under the sun, but -our men are contemptible cowards of - the most contemptible variety of cowardice. Like a lot of sneaks they will stand and see their wives and sisters and ' mothers and sweet hearts go and beg some durned Iri...

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 December 1891

BLUE BLADE. Vol.. IT. -No 23. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturday December 5, 1891. Subscription, $2 a Tear Vmpt. Ren Di-ke'sTlironlcleof "diaries the Mower and his Wonderful Blade." In tins issue appears a long article writteu m the 6tyle ot Clironiclos, and that I have but receijprr found out was written by niv old trieiiil I :nnf lion S rake, of this city. Capt. Drake is a Confederate soldier and a Democrat, but the bloody chasm between us is not so wide that we can not most cor dially ehake bands across it. paw it was a "ten strike ' as soon as I read it, and would have pub lished it in my paper that appeared first after the publication of the Captain s piece in the Leader of October 7, but it was ton long for my jwpcr 1 thought. Uut 1 have had calls for it bv friends of the Blade, and for their sake and my own I republish it. I have not at this writing seen Capt. Drake since he wrote it, thorgh I wrote him a note that I would shoot him on sight. I have understood that he feared it mi...

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 December 1891

Roasts his Ilelplegs Babe He fore Its Bother's Ejes Whisky the Canse. Lexikgton, Va.,Nov. 4. This thriving settlement of some 500 people, mostly direct descendants of the Scotch-Irish-hlue light Presbyterian, early settlers in this section of the Shenandoah Valley, furnishes one ot the most diabolical, brutal acts that has ever occurred in this sectiou an act that has incensed the good people and created uo little ex citement. A babe roasted alive by its drunken father in the presence of its helpless mother is the cause The details of the fiendish act read like a story of the South Sea Islands. Carl Cummings, a man hereto fore beannff a good character, at tended an old Virginia court here on Monday and returned home under the influeuce of whisky Un reaching his house lie at once became troublesome and attempted to provoke his wite into a 'quarrel first by general complaint, then by throwing brandy on the cook 6tove, when she was preparing supper, r ailing in this his ar knew no boun...

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 December 1891

r: ADVERTISING RATES. S5 5 S S S 8 8 S S OncTear, 8Sgg88S88ggg six Month, S88SSSSSSSSS 26 insertions. wwao t(pe.i Three Months, 8SSSS88S8S88 IS insertions. NvvNcnvctcg Two Month. SSSSSSSSSSS8 Eight insertions. weoMje-.g j One Month SS58SS5SSSS8 Four insertions. -"r.sj.-egjg ThneelnrUons. SlSlgTsTITIS wns-iewion.. ffHSIIif 130.000 A( KM Ur L4XO WASTED. An Eastern Steamship and Col onization Company have written to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent of the Queen & Crescent Route, to find ior them a tract of laud in either Kentucky or Tennessee of about 150,000 acres. The land is to be suitable for truck farming, also for raising corn, wheat, trees and shrubs, and near enough to railroad to make slapping facilities handy. Any one having a body of land suitable for this purpose, will please com municate with the undersigned, giving price, terms, location, and all particulars. D. G. Edwards G. P. & T. A. Cincinnati, O. T Ibe Editor l the Truth Seeker. I eill nearly everybody ...

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 December 1891

7 A Christian ajgaluat the "Chris tiana." Hardyville, Kt., Nov. 8, '91. Mr. C. C. Moore, Jjtrington, Ky. Dexr Sir I am eo glad that you have he gun the publication of the Blade again. We Christian people need it to etir" us up to our duty. I en- . IB" 1 " , . C ' A. 1 " more women and unhls more i Tonioitionists iorcing me issue young men for a life of usefulness between the church aud the sa than any thins else in the world loon. Can any Christian man vote for Mm Jones said "it is better lor a party that ie responsible for such the churches to split and half of things and be consistent? them to set to heaven than all to Can any Christian man pray go to hell without-splitting.' him say honestly at the polls what he thought was right and best. According to "our own slate- lose a few of my thoughts which tnin8 are true you may publish it you think them wort hy ot a place in your pajter; if not, all is well.. Yours truly, Jej-se Russell. Who is respomibltt "Lord is it ir Sixtv thousand...

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