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THEIOIIIO; ORGAN! OP h; THE I TEMPERANCE) REFORM.' i'
' The aert Seml-Annaal Session of the Grand Division of Ohio, irill to held in Springfield, Clark County, Ohio, on the Third Wednesday, (the 20th day) of April at 10 o'clock, A. M. ii,-, :., , ' 'In coneeqneneeof the early day at which thia Session is to be held, it ie desired that the Divisions eend in their He turns aa toon aa possible, so that a fall report may be presented to the Grand Division. 1 ' 1 - Wm. BmiioAK, G. 8. ' , i ' The following additional donationa hare been received, to be appropriated to the payment of the G. P. indebtedness : n t r Leesville Division, No. 445, ... $2,00 Williamsburg, Div. " 300, , . . , 2,00 - Madison, '. 249, '-' . 2,00 ' ' ": ' Wm. Bbbmmmm, G.! 8. , . i i i. e i - The following Resolutions, adopted by the citizens of Sharon villa, on the evening of Friday, March 4th, 1853, breathe the right spirit, and we give them a place with pleas- nre! " ' ....WiJ Whereat, The necessity of a combination against the vice of intemperance ia appa rent, when we cast onr eyes around ua and see its baneful effects upon society, and when we reflect that it has been for cento riea under the guardianship and protection of the civil government, after years of labor ious effort to dislodge it: and believing that each State in this confederacy has the right under the Constitution of tho United States, to make laws to suppress the traffic in alco hol io liquors. Therefore ., Retalved, That we hereby, respectfully, but earnestly, request the different politi cal parties to nominate for office in future, especially for the Legislature, good temper ance men. .;. , ,,, 7 ,t, ...... I Resolved, That each party can furnish candidates enough, who are honest and cap able and perfectly acceptable to the friends of Temperance, and also to the people in general : 'r .;. .- Retained, That a compliance with this our request, will be tne surest method of keep ing party politics and temperance separate; but if, by disregarding our request, they should become mixed, the responsibility will not lie at our door. . . Reiolved, That we will not knowingly vote for any candidate for the Legislature, or any other important office, who will not exert a ""due and proper influence in favor of the temperance cause. JaaoMK MoLaih, Pre. , ' Bm,'Bnw,s(, ,,, ,, f ,-, ; ..I " -.-, .(). ' tri "''! .., r John R. Williams,, ,v Bro. Williams will address the people at the following places. : We hope the friends will make all the ne cessary arrangements, and, give him good houses, ... ir, !..'; .!; u-iV. -Friday evening, March 18, Lower Market house. ' ' ' ! ! ' Sunday, 19th, at Wharf, l o'clock. . Monday evening, 20th, 6th street Market house. " , Tuesday evening, ", 21st, Baptist Church', Freeman st. ,, ' " Wednesday, 22d, Christian Church, Clinton st. '" ,. ' , ''. , Thursday and Friday, 23 and 24, at Columbia. ' ".'.'!'.'.. : . ' 'M. M. Edwards. : Bro. Edwards has received many urgent solicitations from portions of Ohio and Indiana, to lecture on Tem perance.' -..-ni r ; '. ! ! -1 He has also received one from the O. W. P., Thos. H. Cummings, to visit, . and address the people in the North Eastern part of the State, which, he informs us, he intends to accept. In his travels, he will ' act as agent for the Organ, and we recommend him to our friends, as a good AgenC as he declines positively to accept of com pensation for any trouble he may have. ' He is a zealous and well tried dyocate of the cause, and will nodoutt do ' great service in his tour. . Bro M. presents, the Maine Law to, his hear ers in a clear and forcible manner. i'Premiums for the Orgon. ; , 'We call the attention of our read ers M the premiums . offered by Bro. Clark, to induce the friends of Tem perance to circulate the Organ; We hope every active Temperance 'man in the State will make an effort to se cure one of the premiums ; if he does not succeed he will loss nothing, but benefit the cause and ther paper very much, and if he should be successful, he will be well paid for his , trouble. $50 is a large sum to be given mere ly for circulating the Organ a duty that should be performed cheerfully for nothing.' Let our friends circu late the paper, whether they get a premium or not, ' We want readers to enlighten. J Bro. Clark informs us that a good many prominent and energetio friends have already entered their names, in competition for these Premiums. , , We are glad of this. All who intend to compete for them, should lose no time in making a commencement Now is the time for action.' 4 The Little Soldier Welcome. ; A small boy named Ashley Brouze, writes us, that he reads our paper every week with great interest, and that he wishes to be considered a sol dier in the Army for the Maine Law. Ashley, we weloome all such young recruits as you are. The old ones are occasionally falling on the battle field with their armor on, and others must take their places., ,,..!, ; , M, , -..!' .1 ..!, Tracts! Tracts il We have a new edition of the Maine Law Tract, and Cary's Appeal, just from the press. In the Maine Law Tract, we have placed a correct like ness of Neal Dow. -.Our readers know the value of these tracts, and it is useless for us to enlarge upon them. They should be circulated in all parts of our State at once.;-. They are just suited for the times, and we hope our friends will see the necessity of cir culating them. Price $5 per thou sand each ,' v.. ,., y.;f ; -, Intemperance and Crime. V Great interest is being manifested in Pennsylvania in relation to the sub ject of taking 6ome legislative action for the suppression of intemperance' the people haying began to feel and realize the tax which it imposes upon them. ! The Criminal Courts of Pitts burg are not the Only ones Crowded with culprits, .whose crimes are trace able to the maddening bow ; but we think the Cincinnati Courts are ahead of all competition in this respect,; the greatest difficulty we have to coun ter here, however, is to keep the bottle from jurymen who are called upon to sit in judgment upon criminals, long enough to obtain from them taut deci sions. Judge MoClurjs, of Pittsburgh, in a late charge ' to the Grand Jury of Aiiegneny county, spoKe upo ine subject of intemperance and crime, in the following emphatic manner: i, The Court has been in session since October Term, without intermission, dispatching the criminal business of the county.,, ; ,..:..;tl.,)J ,j ,.t I have kept a docket and table of contents, causes, time, tc, in my own way, collateral to and independent of the usual records of the Court, and without wearyW your patienc with the process 1 1 have'- gone' through! W will give. I you the results, which is uaac, nau ir, not oeen ior ine use ana aouse oi ardent spirits In Allegheny county, ever? ease oh the October cal ender would have been disposed of in one week and 'the District Attorney confirms this statement) with' the ut most ease, and the cases would have been of a trifling nature. ' ! There would not have been one case iri the Oyer and Termineri , ' ' ' '"""r: I shall cease to prate any more to Grand Juries about this omnipotent parent of crime, alcohol. 1 If a century of imbecile legislation has not sufficed to convince reasonable men ', if crime and poverty before 'their faces has failed to convince ;' jf a ceaseless drain upon their charity, frbm destitution, caused by drink ; if their 'increased taxes ;' if men's ieyes and ears will not convince ; if the evidence of our sen ses will not enlighten pur, understand ing,1 'in thif? behalf,' and cause in the bommunity corresponding 1 acts, prompted by duty and common sense, then to talk of this theme longer here, is 1 time thrown' 'away,' ''If society choose to indulge in this costly luxury of woe, and in the causes that produce it, I have no more,' to say, for society has the power to select its own pecu liar enjoyments', and ' indulge .itself therein. Its eight ' to do1 so is more questionable. ' -,Ki-""-' (t ),. Constitution of Hamilton Connty ,' ,i:v ,';. .,! i, Alliance,;.-, ,v Art. 1. Name and Object. . Sec 1. This Auociation shall be ' called ' the Hamilton County Temperance Alliance. It may be eome anxiliary to - State Alliance, to be formed on the same general principles and it will receive into ita fellow, hip, Township or District Alliances from all parts of this country. . nnr. ,, i h.a See. 2. Its obiect shall h to nrnmnt In all fiossible wsys the caose of Temperance j but ti primary and definite obiect hall be to caute to be enacted and enforced a law which shall effectually prohibit the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage. To secure mis resuu, m memDen wm use ail law fill and honorable means to promote the elec tion of! such men to our Legislature as are pledged to sustain and vote lor a law similar in its randamentar principles to the Maine Liquor Law; but they will sol retort to separate nomination!, unless compelled to do so by tne present puimcal parties rerunng or neglecting ' to present men for these offices worthy of their unragea is uili respect. ' - ' Art. 2. Membership. AH persons of mature age may Become Members of this Association by signing this Constitution, but s separate roll shall be kept for legal voters, which shall designate the ward, township, or election dis trict, and the post office address of such voters. All members of this Association, snd all mem bers ot alliances auxnary thereto, shall be en titled to vote on all questions before the society for consideration. , r - . , , Art. 3. Meetings. The annual meeting for me eieeuon oi omcers snail be held at the City Hall, in the City ot Columbus, on the third Thursday of February..,, Meetings for business and to fill vacancies shall be held semi-monthly, at such times and places as may be designated by the, President, when not fixed by the association. , -1 ; Art 4. Officers.1 i The Officers of this Asso ciation shall be a President, two or more Vice Presidents, a Secretary, a.Treaaurerjand a Finance Committee of five members. The of ficers of the Alliance; and the members of the Finance Committee, shall be, ex officio, an ex ecutive committee, with power to transact all necessary Dimness during the recesses or the Alliance. They Bhall severally discharge the duties usually devolvine uono such officers in voluntary associations, and shall report their proceedings at each , regular meeting of the Alliance. !i.-.i-iYi. :u i .. . Art 5. The Pledge-' We, who subscribe our names to this Constitution, do so as a pledge to each other, and to the world, that we will faith fully adhere to ita principles; and that, laying aside alt personal and political, preferences which interfere with a conscientious discharge of the duties therein assumed, we will, as tar aa in iis lies, endeavor to promote harmony and nnity of action among the friends of Tem perance, : not - permitting minor 1 differences about men or measures, to prevent us from a hearty co-operation in carrying forward the great work of benevolence in which we are en gaged. ; I.'-.;' .,r' . CHAETERS. .tU)!j-t.-il,tlfO ""J l' " fVlt TQm OF APPLICATION FOR CHATEK FOB ', A DIVISION S. OF T. "' h r-( hi -j wit; .t ' .i"i (Date.) Tha nadtrilgnad, inhabllanti ef , baliatiof the Order of tha Bona of Tamparanoe to ba well oal onlatad to attend lbs btosing of total abttinanaa, and pro mot tha ganarat walfaia of mankind, ra- spaetlan aatltioa tha Grand Diviilea of Ui of i i .i. 'to giant than a Charter to open a sow Diviilon. to bo e&Had the Division, No. , Soeaof Teparaooa) efxha m. of ,to bo . Ipeatea In ) and asdoi yoar joriadlot ion. Wa pladfaoamlyai, Individually aad ooUectivaly, to M OMWid by tha sobs aad mtct of laid Gnmt Division, aad also, by thota of tho National Diriiioa. - EnetosMi it the Cbartsr Faa, $5.00. " Sookt 2.00. . Tbia moat so sbjbod by at loait oifhi parsons el food charaotor and Handing la omaianity, ami asnt to Wm. Basniai, CirelevlIU, 04 boo ef PortafS. FORM Of APPLIOAtTon FOR CHARTS! FOR A TEMPLE. I if ' ':: ' ;'' ;..' ' f - ''rDate.) The indmlgaod, boliavinf the Tample of Honor to be wall oaloalatod to eamont mora SrmSy oar fraternal Nlationa. aad add to tbo eonaral prowarrtT or Bio oauio of; Tanneranoo,. roipaetfully -potitioa, the Grand Tamplo at tho . ' of 1 , to fraat tbaai a Chartar to opan a now. Tomplo, to ba eallod tho Tamplo or Honor, o. , or tno . ot . to be bested in " . aad andor vow inrii- dietioa. ',.,,! , ' -, Wo pladM oonalras individnallv ana eodactiTolv, to bo rorarnad by tho raloa aad niairotoC ttia Grand Tamplo, and alto by thota of tha Ordar at largo. ,-, Enoloed it tho Chartoi1 Fe, I30,0), To bo direct ad to tho 0. W.K., J. Wasswoava, Claoinnati, O., froo of Poitags. 1 ., -i' FORM OF APPLICATION FOR? CHARTER FOR CADETS OP TEMPEBANCB. ) ' t: i ! W:s f..' : ; .i f ' (Date.) Tho andarlanad. hnvi' af , i . haliaviiif the Ordor ofCadatt of TamMruioa to bo Wall ealonlated tooitoad (lie biewinn of I U1 abitinanoo, and tow- 4noio tho genoral walfart of mankind, napaetlully pauiKwino urana Baction or tno mate ot unto to (rant tbaai a Charter to enow a naw Section, to bo eallad tha . Baction. No. , Cadau ot Tompor- anos of tha Btkte of Ohio, to bo located is . and andar yoar jarUdiclion. - . , ,, I . , , ,, VVopladga ouraalvas lndivldaalty aad ooltootivoly to bo govarnad by tho rnlet and aaagotof taid Grand Section, and alio thota of tha aotina Head of tho Ordor. - ' i : 1 , s ' - Enelotod It tho Fa for Chartar. B. B.'t aad Offi cers' Cardt, 5,0ft. It matt alt bo etrtiflod by a W. P. of P. W. P., that the W. Patron sltot is a Boa of Tomptranca la good ttaadlng. . ., ,;.-t.-lM Jort .' Addreit, I post paid) J, C; RiCHAansoa, O. B., C. of T. Claoinnati, O. ','.;' FORM OF APPLTCATI6N tot CHARTER FOR DAUUGTER8 OF TEMPERANCE. I Tho aodanlnod. lahabltantt' of ' beliavinr tha Ordar of tbo Danghtert of Tamporaace to ba wail ealonlatad to axtend tha blawingt of total abttineneo, aad prorata tho ganeiai wel&re f ataakind, reipoet. tally petition the Grand Union to grant litem a Charter to optn a sow Union, to bo eallad tha ' Union, No. D. of T. oi tha State of Ohio, located ia , and andar yonr jarUdiclion. Wo sleds oaraelvoa, Individnallv aad rolleettnlv. to be govarnad by tha relet aad naagaarsatd Grand union. ... Kecloaed It tha Charter Ft; 5.00. ' Addreit (mtt naid) Mn. Hutu Daaa. 6. B. 8.. Cincinnati, Ohio. ' . ' . ADVERTISEMENTS. , LOOK AT THIS. THE nndanlgncd withes to sell hit ettah llihmaat, for WOOLCAKDING AND SPIN- NlNft. in Rinlnw Rm. 1L all tha machinery bewnglttg to H, eontlitlnc of on Pii.k nn. U .n . b . . i' 1 - tj: ii -. w.vvuf, .hu wuMvu-vt, ihh r iniauar, on Spinning Jack, with ono hundred and twenty spindle. n Bteam Enirlne, and one Boiler. , The Machinery will be told with r isparat from the real etteto. D, It. 8AYRES, or ; L. B. SAYREd. Agent. ALSO , - 1 One Brick Hooso and Let, with good Stable aad Smoke Hoata. Enqniraof , , ;Mtnih 11, 1853. , L. B. BAYERS, Ripley. MATTHIAS C. WILLIAMS' ESTATR. , NOTICE Is hereby given that the nnderalgmd, " " '- .rinnuwu ".M.UIUI Ug LI1Q H Of M fl WIIHama.Uta n I '..IUna U.ll u . i. V . -,-rw wiw,.uiii, uuiiiHifl Connty, Ohio, deceased. .-... " ' . ' B. F. CART, March, Sd. 1863. ,) , , . , . 0. N. OLDS JOM S. WHITWELL'S ESTATE. ' NOTICE Is hereby given that tha undersigned hat been appointed Administrator, with th will annexed, on the eitate of John B. Whit n late of College Hill, Hamilton want, Ohio, deo'd maivii, au. ao0. r' . D J. vAJtl, 1,000 BOOK AGEiVTS WANTED, TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEBTJL WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1858. , , 1,000 DOLLARS A YEAR! WANT ED, In vry connty of th ITnited States, aetiv and enternriaiu men. tobnrtn in tha tale of soma of the bett Bookt rdblithed in tha country. To mea of good addreit, pometting a email oapital of from twenty-five to ana hdndrad dolltrt, inch indncementa will ba offered at taTtnabla thm to make nom uir to nv dolltrt a tiy, Xj The Bookt publithed by at if all ia. tbeir ehartcttr, extremely popular, and ctmmand large for rurtber part ten lara, addreaa, fcoatag paid.) ROBERT BEARS, PofutBsa, mari-4w 181 William Streett New. York. s;i ' BEERS: I 'Mi l TEMPERANCE HOTEL, :,;ri Thirdstreet, North of Permsylvinia Avtme, , - WAtUJ)IUXUN .cn irv-.-.) , ITJ Piloe to reU tha timet QJ a reo. xoiq, uaa. , P, H, BR0DFUEHRER, , MAW U ACTUREH OP- BO OTS AIVl SHOES, North side, beUeen Walnut 41 Vine gts., ' " UtaUlJ!iJ(ATI.I"5i v.. it; , hand a telected katortmant of thjabov article t, and will mak the tarn to rderjat' th thertctt a!.: i,-.-t 7v:;t..:y,,. ,..;. 1 ...ntanhlS t . Wl Vrtrit wnixr foJr1 Ulsl tBJFtM v. aawan 4.M v vat a Xv El TT WE1GHTB ekaV of Ta, sad M onarra for drayart I - UnADD ft. n ti rLsrr ar thipping, aavvADaiVIIiei uiaa, VValattCia CVWBW1 AW, WB