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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - November 5, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioKit pc a a jew a number 42. Ark en-1 would r not be Well few the g d to 1� or Nib Liui Bian of did to. A -,.i a proceedings of the animal session of the grand division of the sons of Temperance of Ohio. Masonic Hall. Circa kills a october 20th, 1864. J it the grand division sons of Temperance of Ohio assembled in annual session g. W. Of d. Kimball in the chair. Officers present. F. D. Kimball g. W. P., c. W. Swain g. W. A., a. M. Scott g. S., j. Schmucker a. T., g. Eaton g. C., c. W. Jamas g. Sent., Ray. A. Duncan g. Chaplain. The a cd a by authority declared the g. D. Open and ready for business. Tim minutes of last session read and g w. Announced Bros Wil limn Bremigam h. Peek and h. I. Mccarty a committee on credentials. The committee made the Fol lowing report which was on motion adopted the committee on credentials would beg leave to report that they have examined the credentials of the following named Brothers and find them Correct and recommend that they be admitted to seats in this g. D Ohio division no. 1. James eyes j t Crown e Smith my Edwards f Whitton f William b Weltle we Holt John Dorman Smith j Gossin John Holm George a a Wheeler h Campbell j h Roee Baugh John h Canon. Cincinnati division no. 2. Holmes g Estes we Mitchell d b Lupton Martin Neave Caleb Clark Horton Ensign e Underwood Chas Folger Johnl Hastings Jno wag goner we h Harrison e m Greg a a Ory Shadford Easton m b Masson All p. W. . Cir Levi Lle division no. 47. John s Whitwell c n Olds John Maiden f Asher King George Hethington John Hayes f a j tron Fer ,. H Hamilton we Bremigam f John m Bobbin James b Evans few c Taylor yjr., g w pcs t Rufus Thrall w Clinton division no. 78. Charles Underwood Alanson Jones Grafton b White h t peek g w pcs James Kilien w p. Newark division no 6. Chas h Kibler 8 Frey Jas Green j f Wilson i Schmucker j Gibbs a dunes la b Briggs h Wilson b h Roney 8 Barber h c Blackman e b Lee g w p a m c 8 Brigga . Ivilue division no 105, f George Pearson p w p. Aith Hill division no. 643. F James Gilogly p w p. Chandlersville division no. 325ethos m Crum Baker p w p. It. Headley division no. It Samuel f Cary p w p. Good Samaritan no. 23. J b Thompson Isaac Dalton Jas Cherry Thomas Mitchell e b Patterson s Hiller a Patton w e Ide d 0 Pearson r p l Bab w Sherwood j q Lakin we Cook w w f Pollard p Sells p j Goler e e Evans h b Carrington p w pcs Sulpha Spring no. 52. James Sigta p w a Hopewell no. 506. J f Hildreth p w p. I Williams Cao no. 340. John h Sharp p w p. New Garden no 241. John r Williams pm p. / Anchor no. 152. Nathaniel ii Bostwich Herman Canfield pm p = Leesville no. 346. Thomas h Cummings p w p. Poland no 352. Of Jared k Cook p w p. \ Olive Branch no. 26. Sjolin Joblin w c Smith pm pcs Hubbardsville no. 296. A Northrop pm p. % Derby Illk no. 168. A Quot j l Pritchard f e Beathard g w Ambrose Geo Hull w w Tipton b Mark up w Rogers Josiah Trego f w h Pickering i d Carpenter it c Tipton 8 j Ambrose r h Tipton w a Miller d d Wasson p 4jos Gulick w p. Constitution of grand div Loxa. Rule a from his jurisdiction or the words grand la no let no. 22. A division or in ease of his inability or death a to be inserted in the fit line directly after the titular initials a a a. W. sons ammo n of subordinate Sims a a. V a a a ions. Sec. Al Art. a it ads a except by dispensation from Tae grand division provided nevertheless that no person elevated to the office of w. By such dispensation Sha be elected a representative to a grand division and that no grand division shall have the right or authority to Grant a dispensation under this act except to divisions located in colleges or institutions of learning a to be inserted after the words a Twenty one years of general matter enacted. The term a a disability occurring in see. 2, Art. 6, Constitution w May Joseph Harrison Joseph Osborne we Harden a it Wright Chas w Swain we Yarnell John Petticrew p Thompson m w a Ward James Halsey p w p. J fish w p. no. 567. F a Brandt j c Reynolds Meb right s Raudebaugh s Handsley e w Martin h c Brandt e h Davis r Lake j q Brandt p w pcs. Deersville no. 496. Joseph Hollier 8 r Mazec Thos. Quinn j h Noble h War Steli e Kennada r m Cou Krap p w pcs. Dayton no. 16. Awe Wall Thos Brown p Kiefer b n Beard g m Young c d Flino a m Scott c hike j a Kiefer John Snider h d Stout o Kitridge j Mccutchon w i Mckinney p w p. J i Acherman w put Putnam no. 64. F r Potts p w p. Or Chillicothe no. 36. Mathew Lewis p w p. New Plymouth no. 329. T p Jackson h s Binkley j b Binkley a Finney j b Finney j w Finney b f Johnson go Johnson j d Eggleston 8 Bartlett p w p. J lain w p. Clarksburg no. 276. John w Diehl p w p. Newburg no. 119. W w Mann p w p. Respectfully submitted we Bremigam h t peek h d Mccarty committee. Ciri tug dues shall not be entitled Tome amp words is 8. Appeal of brother pm Ichols a 7s. Action of grand division of Pennsylvania sustained. Principle that a by Law declaring that a no brother shall be entitled to benefits until he shall have been a member one year a does not cat him off from benefits after reinstatement but that a by Law containing the words a in Good standing or full membership for one year a does. 9. Appeal of brother Hutchinson is. Action of grand division of Virginia not sustained. The course of m. W. Patriarch old i ver in regard to application for Char ter for a grand division of Manchester in England was approved and the policy expressed in regard to the matter of Grant of Charters for that country in the letters of the m. W s., eed to As the policy of the National Cei reel copy e be also a of said is diction the said in posses-0� West my Divis Snow arid Eginton be to pro ritual. And ext session he National division was agree Gnu upheld in Chicago Illinois on the second wednesday of june 1853, at 10 of clock in the morning. Brothers Eginton Goodwin and lit ton were appointed a com Mitten to a act with a future committee of Brothers of Illinois with full Power to select speakers and appoint times and places for Public addresses during the 10th session of the National division. F. A. Fickardt . Tho g. W. Announced the standing committees As follows to a Job i i Dir Nate divisions a not Inte Deato a division. In by to disqualification for one particular occupation while the individual is capable of earning a livelihood by other lawful Art. subordinate divisions referred to a committee of three with instructions to report anew article at the next session of my comprising the general principle of the present article in a Clear and simple form. Committee a Bros. Litton Goodwin and Williford. Relative to article x. For pulp i Hill of subordinate divisions. Quot resolved that the simple fact of making buying Selling oru inf spirituous or malt i the report of the committee was adopted and the g. D. Proceeded to initiate representatives and those in the above list whose names Are marked thus f were duly initiated. On motion Bro. John r. Botkin was appointed janitor and. Messenger. On motion of Bro. Cary the following Resolution was adopted resolved that a committee of three be appointed to prepare an address to the people of Ohio on the subject of Legal enactments against the liquor manufacture and traffic and report at the present session. Brothers Cary Canfield and cum mings were appointed said committee. On motion the a d. Took a recess until 1 of clock p. M. Afternoon session to clock. A communication from the if w s was read and ordered to be entered upon the minutes. Pray Squirs Winsor cider by a son of Temperance Elf Fiille Prima Facie evidence against suck brother upon a trial therefor of a violation of his pledge to the order so As to devolve upon him the necessity of proving his innocence of having made bought or sold or used such spirituous or malt liquors wine or cider As a relative to ceremonies of grand divisions. A resolved that with the consent of two thirds of the members present a grand division May dispense with the ceremonies of initiation except the obligation and the Section in the charge of the g. W. Immediately preceding it at the same time All grand divisions Are earnestly exhort j de not to Avail themselves of the p Liege unless the condition of business should imperatively require general matter enacted grand scribes in future returns to n. D. Are a requested to state the number expelled for violating the pledge and the number expelled for other causes a resolved that the grand scribes of grand divisions be and Are hereby respectfully requested to report the names and Post office address of All grand officers within one week after the election of the same and the time and place of the stated meetings and also two copies of journals of their several grand divisions and that the m. W. Scribe shall cause a Aid names and address to be Priam ii and forwarded to the several g. W. Patriarchs and grand scribes immediate alter their general appeals. A a Al 1. Appeal of Northumberland division no. 37, erg. Action of grand division of new Brunswick no put the principles of the Maine liquor Law were agreed to by the National division and recommended to be made the object of the order., f a motion looking to the establishment of degrees in the order was disagreed to. A dispensation was accorded to the grand division of Alabama to hold annual sessions in january of each year. It a j the proceedings of the april session of 1850 of the grand division of Mississippi were legalized. F a dispensation was accorded to the grand division of South Carolina to hold annual sessions on he thursday after the fourth monday in november in each year. Eight thousand copies of the journal of n. D. Were ordered to be printed and one copy pro rata to the number of divisions to be forwarded to each grand division. The following Resolution was offered resolved that each grand division indebted to the National division be requested immediately to cancel said indebtedness by the payment thereof in instalments a each Quarter and in default of such payments that All passwords and further credits be withheld till such payments shall be made and that hereafter no credit greater than the amount of a a a dollars be Given to any grand postponed till next session. The following Resolution was agreed to Quot resolved that the m. W. Scribe be directed to Forward to each grand division in arrears a copy of the lore going Resolution and to urge upon the several grand divisions the necessity of liquidating the same at their earliest / Brothers Johnson Jermain and of on subordinate divisions Bros. Edwards Potts and Coe. Ion finance Bros. Smith Masson and r. H. Tipton. On appeals Bros a Windom Saf Ford and Hamilton. On the state of order Bros. Olds Duncan and Canfield. On the judiciary Bros. Thompson w All and to id re the. Cow charter Broe. Caleb Clark Williams and Gilogly. A Quot a a communication was received from Bro. John Whit Weff resigning his Post on the publishing committee which was read and Laid on the table. On motion of Bro. Swain the regular order of business was suspended in committee to enquire for my so far As has been within my Power and ability the duties of the office confided to me by the Confidence of my Brethren daring the Post year faithfully performed. Respectfully submitted. Geo. Eaton g c. V oct. 20, 1852. On motion Bre. G c Eaton was appointed a committee to procure the Banner belonging to the g a and report at the next session. The g. W. Read his annual report which on motion was referred to the committee on the state of the order. Brethren of the grand Davis coif through the blessings of heaven we Are again enabled to assemble to take counsel together for the Good of our order and. The furtherance of the cause of Temperance and it is with a fee Ling of gratitude and i Trust pardonable Pride in the moral position of our order that i attempt briefly to present a general View of its labors and prospects within my jurisdiction. We May not be very imposing in numbers or powerful in that which is generally esteemed Power but in our object and Aims we May Challenge scrutiny and invite investigation. No one evinces More of True heroism than he who Battles against popular evil a who champions the interests of human i Ity and Watt or vice. To make the i world better to eradicate one of the great Parent evils of the age and relieve society from the greatest demoralized known to Man is the object of our labors. The task of the reformer is an unpopular one. A Fie is an innovate a and Mankind Are generally averse to change he is considered a meddler and hence meets opposition for vice has its seeming Independence As Well As its conservatism. The exposition of vice wounds the self esteem of those who Are its victims order that a vacancy in the committee for they Are identified with it and re on the claim of Bro. Miro hell occasioned. By the absence . W. Sherwood might lie filled and Bro. Wall was appointed. Reports of officers. The g. Presented his annual report of which so much As relates to the state of the order was referred to j the committee on the state of the order and so much As relates to finance was referred to the committee on finance. The g t made the following report which was referred to the com-1 Mittee on finance. Oct 20, 1852 the g t of the grand division Cognize if when portrayed As a part of their character. Hence our order meets opposition and denunciation. It stands Forth before the world personified in the spirit of its members As a reformer agitator and purifier of society. But notwithstanding opposition and denunciation we May glory in the moral attitude of the sons of Temperance and find out Reward in the consciousness of duty performed to our fellow Man. And 1 hop that this meeting of the grand division May be efficacious in a kindling our Zeal and inspiring us for our great work owing to Tho neglect of a Large me presents the following annual report Jority of my deputies in not making or. April 30,1852, received front g 8. Oct. 1, a a do do t a a a or. April 30, 1852, paid order no. 42, #4 a a it a a i 41, oct. 10, a a a 43, m 20, a a a a a a 44, 21, a Quot a a a 45, 20, a a a a a a 46, the g c of were appointed a committee to i financial presented at the next in of Jere pare a plan for a financial basis of the order to be the session of the National division. Brothers Fickardt Faxon and Crosby were appointed a committee to prepare a digest of All resolutions and decisions of the National division having for the effect the establishment of roles and usages for the government of Tho order and to have 1000 copies of the same printed for the Tase of the a afro i division and for Sale to the grand divisions for their own use and the use of subordinate divisions. The Charters of the several grand divisions granted by la. W. Patriarch action brother hurl grand division of sustained. Were confirmed. Ved that the m. W. Scribe a a exact copy of the charter of 15.00387,32 �402,32 i 5,00 10.00 90,00 200,00 i 39,52 57,80 i $402,321 respectfully submitted. A j. Schucher g t. The g c presented the following report which was adopted. G w p 4 Brethren presents the following As his annual report All of the property g d received by me upon my introduction into the office of g a and All since placed in my hands or by me received is Here now presented in the Hall and. Is As Fol tows to 8 g. D. Official regalia f 4 red books. 1 Gavel irony. 1 Goblet for staff. 2 cords and tassels for Banner. 4 knobs for Banner Rolls. 1 Book constitutes a 243 ode cards Collie Van print., 257 ode cards new. 93 a worn and soiled 592 total no. Ode cards from the report of Bro Pritchard g a made oct. 31, 1849, i find ecu eighth session of National i merited among the property then be longing to the g a 1 Bible and i silk Banner of which the present g q has no knowledge. Reports As required by our rules i am unable to give that exposition of the state of our order in particular localities which has been customary but from All the information in my Possession 1 have no hesitation in declaring Ray belief that during the past year our order has been a creasing in strength and Power. This May not be True of every distinct locality but As a general thing throughout toe state we stand better to Day than we did one year ago. The spirit pervading our whole organized of was never bettor. There is More of determined single hearted Devotion to our great reuse than has before characterized any period of our history. Every where where we have a foothold there is a determination a a to push on the columns a and do up the work. A Good degree of activity has characterized our operations. The summer season is not favourable for toe Active out door a writ of the order As the autonom and Winter but during the season just past i think there has been More of this kind of work done than usual there has been on toe whole an increase of members initiated Over those expelled and withdrawn. Our finances Are not in the Best condition yet All toe current expenses of the year have been promptly met and a Small reduction made of toe debt due from the grand division. The number of new divisions organized equals and rather exceeds those which have surrendered their Charters. Be a sides these new divisions Are mostly in Active working condition while those which have ceased to exist were x. \ a

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