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' iTHE OHIO ORGAN '
rbr.THE TEMPERANCE REFORM. Ciacinnatl,Ja nc IT, 83, TERMSr- . flngle oVierlptiooe, ... ..j..,..,,.. v"IJ 50 -Clalwef amend epwarte,... A. w All ebecilntioae anal be eoooaapauied witk lb eaih. aid addreieod, potur mid, to i-j. y '.. r CALEB CLAEK. , Bm f axmua PiTiii Houu, , 1 '. ' " Cincinnati, O. , ONB BUNDRKD DOLLARS PRIZRS!! MAGNIFICENT PREMIUMS! 1 T'Hxtraordiiiary Inducements "f I0AOEKT8 ARDP0STMASTES8; ii i ii hi i i .r.ih.' . Blklng that the iteailr elroaleUoo, of the 'OHIO ORGAN, la all parti of Ohio, Indiana, ' Tenneateci, and Kentucky, and other Weitero.and 'Southern 8tatee,'wiU eecomplieh an lainenee -aamut-ef food ta lb eee, In pee paring to mlndi f the r nor La for the favorable eonclderatioa and eopUoa Of th MaIkB LWOR LAW, and for "Ito rural ivntjca-noif . ir tb it th ullot ' Mi, too PabHahar fa.ee bean Indnoed, ea an laoen ' tire action, aid at partial return for tba labor -jeeulred In eollelUng aeaiei for the Oas, to Offer the following Uit of v''( t , if . , s :-j , v SPLENDID PREMIUHS! To be decided oa Friday, the first day of July next All who intend competing for theee Priieej are re. qneeted to give early notice.' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' '"" " 'A Premium of Fifty Dollars!! ' 'Will be awarded to that penoa lending In the larp eat asinber of labaeriben between this time and -. tbeflratof July, r.!t:: j.'i -MX .i-'ltii A Premium of Twenty Dollars! . 'Will be awarded to the perton lending la the next largest number. , '.y.... V ... . A Premium of Fifteen Dollars I I For the: next (third) largtit, ... :,', , t , ,, , , , , A Premium of Ten Dollars! For the next (fourth) largest. , ,( , ' '. A Premium of Five Dollars J For the next (flfthj higheit. . J"n ; , ; 1,000 Maine Law Tracts ! Tor the next (lixth) highlit. i : i v 1,000 Cary's Appeal ! j' : For the next (aeveath) bigbeet. I' ,:U:.J,1". In additlea to the abore Premium to Agenta, a apUndid Heuollnt Engraving, by John Sartala, of 1 s Amcel f. cart, p, m. w, p., WIJ be awarded to the aubtcriberi of the tlx lowiat ' rreminmi. And a copy of DR. BEBCHEK'8 TEMPERANCE LECTURES, or Rev. SAM'L. W. - FISHER'S ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN, both ! epltndid books, to each iniucceaafal Agent eendlug intwenty.fiToiubicriberitndnpwardi. 'r '",',, ; ' 'Theae ire all very liberal Premlmi, and ought to .Induce every active temperance man to exert him aelfia elrcalatlng the Oioan. WE WANT READ- - ERS FOR THE ORGAN, (which will make Maine ' Law men and women, asd rt willing, wr litt t premium pill $hmt, t ley Kill for them I We ' think it dor duty to remain perfectly ailent from now . ' nntil the flat of July, an to who will be . the lucky - Agenu; butthii much we will aay in advanoe, wbo ever mcurei any one of the Prumioma, will hare , a mrk, and that, too, from low until thay are de cided. All renewal! will be couiidered ai new ub. " ' ecribera, but no aubmriptloa for a lent time than one yar, will be counted. 1 . . . Penoni Intending te compete for the premium! , will give early notkia, that we may enter their namea in our Prize Book. . ( r ,. All communication! rnuit be addreswd, poat paid, to , - , . CALEB CLARK, Ben Franklin Printing Home, Cincinnati. Q. March 11, 1653. , ' ' '' " ' i : . , " ' Notice.'. , At. the recent of Hei-ion ol the 0. 0. held at ' Bprlngfleld, the following reulntiom offered by Bro. J. Bchmuctar, were nnunimoualj adopted ! i f Reitlvti, That Ihi Grand Dtvlaion of Ohio recog nize the Uhio Organ of the Temperance Reform aa he erflcial organ of thia body. - , JtxolMat, That the Grand Dlviiion highlr approve of the "Ohio Organ of the Temperance Reform" and . recommend renewed ixenieai foe it increaatd cir- eaiatlon. . , . . i ' i ' i -I-, ; State Convention. The friend) of temperance will aieemble m a , . Man Convaution, at the city of Columbui, oO . i Wedmaday, the 89th day of Jane aext, at 1 o'clock, A. M. Betegatel from all parte of the ( Sute are expected to Ee preient in large Dumb re ' Let there be a general turn out; Ha deliberation will be of vital intercit to the came, and we desire it te be the largeet meeting ever hoi din the Bute. By order of the State Executive Committee. SAM'L. F. CAKY, Preit. Vmn Jeixiks, Bee, . . D Our paper i later than ve desire to itsue it; bat we liare held back, for the purpose of giving the account! from Chica go; which will be found In another column e ,. . Real Dow. It is now aettled beyond a doubt that thia distinguished gentleman will attend the State Convention on the 29th injt ' For the Ohio Organ. Bao. C. Cuuv. I have received a dona tion of five dollar! from Painmrvillii TJiw.. No. 539, to be appropriated te the payment ui me v. jj, ueofc fraternally, Wm. BaiMiouc, G.8. ' Editorial" Correayondeiice. J ;,;i;;CHicAqo,Juae'l6tlij J 853. , Dear J2eadert:-l am tere lrnmera- ed., ia the, business of the; National Diri8lonr. Twenty-ail" juHadiotions are represented.'" The niost flattering accounts are gtveri of the state o the Teinpeninoe pause throughout qur ju- risdicaon. .1 send iherewitli a Mst pf Bepresentatires in attendance, but my time' is so fully occupted, thai I can n6f ei've'Vod 'the 'details1 of the bust- nesSj transactear (i rUjDiic, aaaresses have .been made ,; by -several pf the members, but the trreat mass of the people of Chicago, think of but little eise .man money juaiuug. , ; , The next session of, the ..National Division will be held at St. Johns, , in the British Province of New Bruns yrct. '.'The, vote was ;close between that place and Charleston,' South Caio- ina. , A special session was aeir imined upon, to be held in New York, at the time of the World's Convention, in September.1 i'You will observe that the Grand Division ,of,6hio. had but on: Representtitive present, although every one eligible to a Seat is within thirty hour's ride of Chicago;'r Other jurisditions, more, lhan 2,000 talks distant, are more . full , representea, This ought not so to be.,i ; ! , .', t n 1 The Hon.' NiAi Dow is here, and Will Sojourn in' Michigan until the vote on the 20th,'- When the Maine Law questjon wil fe decided.. He will be at the Columbus i Con vention on the 28th, and no mistake Thitrlow W. Brown, of (the Cayuga Chief, is also' here, 'and is ready to labor in Ohio at such times and places as he may be required,, b n .-, C- "I ;'!. i s-.i-rrr' ...; I, '.:,. Ann Harbor,! Mich, June .13. ' Reached "this'1 place on Saturday night, in time to address a mass meet ing on the great question! t)r. Jew btt reached here about the tame time, and followed me in some most happy remarks.' ' Yesteday',"(Sunday,) We each, held two j meetings, which were laregly attended f, 'v.u - Mm t ;. Nbal Dow is at Niles Dr. Jew' ett goes hence to Kalamazoo,' and I visit Detroit, Monroe, Pontiac, &c Tie entire . State' Will soon" .be can vassed, and next Monday the battle is to be fought, .-t . . i -M ' Prepare your big gun, for, unless I am greatly deceived, there will be a victory, such as will requjre tlie old swivel " to be filled to the very muz zle, and thunder forth a glorious tri umph. Dr. ' Jkwbtt has been here three weeks, and ho is pretty well jaded out; but he is a real war-horse We can have his services next in our State. He needs but a few days' rest after the 20th. I think he will attend the State Convention the 29th, but Dow will certainly be there. . I shall not be at my post until the fight comes off in Michigan., Yours, in baste, . ; C. members of th national Division, at its session, in CHICAGO, 1 853. E.Mw York- , ". . A. D. Wilson, . .. J. Mackean, , W. Edwards, W. S. Dillingham, W.tfev Fori ' . Wm. Richardson, - 0. W. Jermain, , H. S. McCullum, T. W. Brown. George P. Rex. , . Maryland- . . D. Anderson, rr Penntylvania r t F. A. Fickardt, ' !";f;,'".-R.M.FouSt,'"1: vtTJA r. a. vauujite, , "' C. L.Magee,'. ' ' " V"' 't' '"""-"'Thbi. StoeleV 7? t .... r' a r.j.'--" ' J-'-l Connecticut- ' ' - ' t A. Hill: : 1 " J Tl U L, District of Columbia- ' '' ", ' i m ti- ''I ."l"' '' . L. Minor, , ' V";L.'M.Lee.'V.;:rt: ";:! Maine S. C. Fessendon, ., 1 "Mool Tirtnr S. F. Cary. .. ,' Indiana - ' '" E. M. Barry, , P. S. Sage:' -,.;v . ' : ' R.T. Brown. " Kentucky ' "." ' "" ' " ' " Charles Eginton, ' ' ' James Young. ' . ,. (.f. Georgia " ' v' ' .,, , .rvw.s.wiiiiford, :;::y ' "".' . Joseph Grisham ;ii 1 '' . Illinois '' ' ' ;" ', ' .'.; '' ; A.'B. Morean, !: ' J C. B. Wells, 1 ' , ' i i.:.. t ' l- I 1 j. i . virosn, . , , . . H. S. Thomas, J; ' H.L. Rudcer, . '' ; ,i : Jt , ',"J.'Berdanr ': ' ' :N. D.Eiwood. , Michigan"' " r'-Z " MF.T.Gi.diey;; t'..'V D. C. Jacokes, 1,1 ' A.M. Baker, : : t '" ' '.; , : A. S. Burlingame. Missouri l' '"'" ' ' W.A," J-ynch South Carolina: -. --' John B. O'Neai,,,: , . . M. Moses, . j ' 1 ' , "'' ' A. M, Kennedy ' , New Brunswick I , - ' ! ' '' , S.l4:.Tilley Robt Salter: Iowa . Hiram Price, , "Wisconsin ' ',' '' "; '. " J.-B. Smith, ,,,:'r '' Nova Scotia-- . ' ' ' ' George Christie. Vermont " Fr,W., Olmstead. Arkansas 1 '' . ' ' M.'T.M'Gehe'e.,' " Canada West ' M,5 !' ' W. H. Ellerbeck. Rhode Island 1 , I . : w i 1 P. B. Stiness. . , ' North Carolina , , ( . ., h i C. F. Deems. , . ( .' , The Temperance Executive Com mittee cf this county have ordered us to furnish three thousand copies of the Maine Law for gratuitous circulation, It is the intention bf this Committee to follow up the Maine Law Tract with thousands of the Campaign Tract, and Campaign Organ. They are laying their plans for a thorough and vigorous , campaign,1 which is to commence from and after the 4th of July, and continue until the victory is lost or won. , . On the Island of Martha's Vine yard, there has not been a criminal case in any of its courts in eighteen years 1 Couple another fact with that. During that time not a glass of liquor has been sold on that Island. The Sultan of Turkey is making active preparations for war. State Conycntion, ,,,Jn several instances we have no ticed, that at county and township tem perance meetings, 'a committee of from four to ten have been appointed to attend the State Convention...'', Thia is all wrong. 1 Every temperance man in the State should feel it his duty, aa it is his privilege,' (to . attend this Convention.' ' ' Have ', no" substitutes', proxies or, representatives. It ,1s a meeting of the temperance men of the State, ' and every ' one in : the Btate should be there.' This meeting is an important one, and coming uilfdoeil. ontne e;ve ot.tne great, contest, )f It be; numerously i attended, the greater effect it will have in our favor. There are enough friends of the Cause in the , State, who can attend this meeting, -tornake it the, largesrj ever. Y.itnesseji in the! State. .Come, out,: brethren, and give ont day for the goods, of the State,' ' It will be a glorious meeting;, and all who fail, to attend, will regret it the length of their daysf.,,r; 0 From the proceedings published in another column,' it will be seen, that the citizens of Columbus are making extensive preparations - for the recep tion of their friends. Tby have very generously tendered the hospitalities of their city. 'The latch-string is on the outside ofthe dbbr,; and oil the frteti&s of the cause in the Siate wilf meet witji a cordial and herxrty)receptipnt, , One more we call upon our friends to; give one day for temperance. i '1 j I."i'il ' I in m i !' .r iling nf i Sememberjphls.' -is; j '' Vote for nd ' tnan for Legislatot or Senator, who isxiq pledged to. vote for a bill, embqdying the, principles cjf the Maine Liquor Law.- It ruaiei no difference Whether he !be Democrat or Whig, If he is Worthy bf youf conff- j "''v' .11 I 't .It f V Jf Jf, dence, m this respect, give hini tour suffrage. , Qne vote ivill havasj irmch effect - as: the.other. i, But ,in counties where1 the Democrats have the major ity a Democrat; shouldi if postiblej'rje selected, as the recipient of your suf frages, because of that majority; ana, vice versa. Juet itne dominant; party have its right, if they will present a candidate( ' worthy your confidence. This' we conceive to be a Hit and Ihi- partial .course, as the friends ' of the cause do not expect, to reap any ben efits from either party as a party. But whatever yen. do, , vote for "no man who is not fledged' vote 'for. you. Give the parties to understand this, and they will be very apt to select the right kind: of candidates. Impress these things upon your , neighbor; as there should be a periect unity among the friends of the cause. ;,r . :.V - -i ' an. iis J 1 it, , Lxisriiu, Carroll County, Ohw.l , June 11th, 1853. C ' Bro. Clark : , i ou will state, through the column of thp Organ, to brethren of the Order; that 6wid to the low state of my health,' which has been failing for some time,' I have been unable to answer the' communi cations addressed td me.' ' Should my health improve again, so ' that I may be able to do so, I shall take the ear liest opportunity to reply, giving the desired information. Until suoh shall be the case, I must request the for bearance of brethren, or refer them to other sources to obtain the inform ation they desire. Yours, fraternally, 1 ; Thos. H. Comings, G. W. P.