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- • ■ j V tf':- 'it-lfi .V; ■ t **/■ • s. lii«t Oiveth hiB Neighb#?%j%kr tb a t Pi^toth w6e unto Them thttt Biie OLtl. f-- NEW L03sr»01^, TETOItSDAT, fiOii» TEMmANCE QStON r. LIST or OFFICiUtS. PKBSIDENT: .m t . ▲ . BirCKlNUUAlf, Norwich. - ■ ivMwnan>BKn: k........... ............................ Norwalk. FALK:B1C,..................... Xew BriUUi. iTTSLL,... . . . . . . . . . .Norfolk. *1D,..............................Essex. if- ........................ .Waterbaiy. .: .......... ......... . ..New Loudon. .........................BockvUte. .............................PHtnaa. . • . BXBOcnrB 00«St(TTKK2 n t r . WHitAltO. WilUmuitie, tJJITfMnfe, _ ^ a a b D 8 D k , Hartford. - -wnr. J*. L. SCUDDBft. Hattfofd. o a a . U^ODON. Plymoattu B xxtsimo SBRKKTAar: U. L. BBABS, Jewett CU7 . _ _ V t b k a s c b k b : ; . N l B. BLDttltfOK, Hartford. ' 4*«BBE»pexi>nc»am«n-AKr: « 5 t . E. U. PBA'f r . East Woodstock. oosraTifuxiosf uf tue oonkeuticut T^rER4NCE UKIOy. AbhcuiL. T ^ s or^^aoizatioB ahaU be called Tna Ooxnen>;irrTuratA.!icJtl7xiox,aiudliary totbe Na-vtBBairaxiveraaceSocletjraBd shall be composed of •aeh paraoaa m shall contribute not lees than one doUBrMBoalijr to its fondis and shall have sljned the O a^tlfdon toclading the p led ^ % The membersofthis Assodation to abstain wholly from the ase o: OKicatluliqaors as a beverage. AbssuiS. The object of the Union shall be to wmfct the otaernmce of total abstinence from all in-toKicatiBf UqaotaBS a beTera^Crand the oreithrow of .h« *—««• i s thou, for each paIpasc^ throughout tlie Btmtm AmmtM 4. The officers of the Society shall be a rrwirtnBt. atrht Vice Presidents, a Secretary forxor-rsapsBllrarr. a Becordii^ Secretary, a Treasurer, and BB EBeeatiTe Committee, to be mada up of the Cor-reepoBdiBg Secretary, who shall be, ex-officio, its sbairman, and o f lAx other members. ^ ^ Abhou 8. The eight Vica Preridcnta shall be from the Tatioiis counttes of Uie State, one be- ImiK aeleciad from each county. The j^ecutlTe Com- ^ t te e tflilll b6 mEde op of persona liTm^ within cun renient dtoUnec o f tberesidenco of tbe Correspond r -T h e i r n n i ^ o f O onaect^tH ^ tn c in R h o d e IsTsEind.* Tkt*I>«pirtiiiei«t.la:edi^,b» BEV.-«, H, PLATT West W iost^ CMiQ.,'to-whott all communl-eatibnii toit«^BM1>4H co o p T ^ P L A R ^ PLEDGE. *llomemb^ehalV make, helKiiiel!, use, fnrnlgh, or of the aflirirsofthe T T lna — iinr tT r ---------»t->— 1* aa ExecuiiTe Comoiittee, who shall prc^nt a written rep<^ of their doings at each annual meeUng, and shall be iemiiowered to ii!l temporarily any ra-sancies which may occur in the Board of Officers. Axnou I. The officers designated in Article S, •hall be chosen by bi^ot at the annual meeting of the ITniou. All other officera or agents of the Union shall be aspointed br the Executire Committee. ABnei.s 8. I'he Union shall sustain the same relation to all Christian churches and congregations of the Srate who may co-«pecate with it, wUch the Bible «nd Tract sa d e t^ a n d other benevolent organiza-iions sastaiB to the Churches of various denomina^ tioBS which are united in them, and It shall be the laty of the Execnttre CoBuiittee to aecure, by ereiy ia Aeir power, the pecuniary aid and the general counteaanee of ail the religious denominations in tba SUte and the public adrocacr of thsir ministry. ABncta9. It shall be the dutr oftheExecuttve Uemndttee to encourage the fonnatlon of local auxili-kries ia every part of ^ e State, which shall be com •<Msd of persons who liave taken the pledge of total BWatimence, and which shall, aid the Uidon by securing Me co-operation of the churches, by the dtstribution ftemperancc publications, by lecture, by the enforce wumt o f law. oy efforts for the snpiHvesionoftha HBBuaKtura of Intoricating beverages, or by any other aoBnras which shall not aeem to the Executive Co««Mteetobs a u b w f iv ^ f i t e o ] ^ U o m - 1..II 1. . leeogniceany a vote trf tbs Executive Committee. . . . . . ABnOLBltt. The annual meetli^ shall be held on tbs .third .Wednesday in January, at such a place as tbs Executive Csmtoittse shall designatp. But the Mmmtttee'abaU have power to change thetlme for •Bffidentreaaocs. . . ABnobBli The Executive Committee shall make • • appropriatioBofmoneyinthe name of the Union, szeept from funds actually in the treasu^. ABTietslt. ThU Constitatian may be altered or Mended at any annual meeting, by a Toteofcwo- .Urdaofthe members present. AltcontribuUons for the Union should be wat to r. B. SLDKIOGE, EK-i nartford. 3fEW L .0 !k 0 0 9 r CO iJSTY TJEM LIST OF OFFICERS. FBBSIBOT. ■O N . WM. H. 6 TARR, Nsw Lendoa.! Tica rBE81DXXTS, BEV.B.S.MOnSE. - - - l^banon. REV.D8BRAINEBO. - - - nONN T ADAMS, - - - - - * BW TOMPKINS. - - - . KSVEKUVSBMOBE. . - - Sconingum. ■n o cT iv a eoMMimK'' JNO L DENISON, Nprw^.. MT.1I-W.C0NANT, Fo^Tfll*. ^ SEV.T L. SHIPMAN, Jewett City, EUVEttMOBW, OrecamaavDile. juBBirnaniwa scobbta^ avo TBBAauaBB, *EV. TABNUX A. COPPER, Mystic Bridge. (aZCBCTABT. XBTBBIXT^itMORE, OreeamaaviUe. ifkSTITtTTIOK. Be*iie*l yTbls Aasoclation shall be called the Temperance Union and shall ■•w ----------- U^oa of Coaaeai Tbe«i4«cts of the Unloa shall be to kMT«tees*r total absUnence from all _______ Ut iterb- as a beverage, and the liig|kiMr,«f«lM<ia|Bctn them for such paiposes. Am mw I^ ThaoMeert of the Union snail consist •rT RM M t, Piesidmits, a Corresponding <daa bo Treasarer, and an Ex- ■oRiva Coauaittee oTave, of which the Correspond- ■ 'i8 s s r ? ’!isi‘a 2 s s ' Sf ‘tas toabstaia wholly from the nse of ^ n k s as a beverage, and to labor to aad bleaslBgs of tempeiBoce. “ OKfflibership 'ly, for the Caastita-rtuOmr nM<Mya o f ai«mt SSESIeNi^wlSSateE'tte**^# ipebaed fDagMSiMe«MTeVtaMiSiMreNhAalilTii e»e(mNpoovwm«^ri»edi ----- for safleient reasoas, to any eonvealenrBay~wmie ainwth. A«T*eLSl. TheUalon phali hold qnarterlycoa-rWMMtr.' aafi^ far-these and other aieetinga o f ^he y ia tfv U a ^ ll r lif o f the Correspoading jSrnSwi^VM^^oMtttaCloa'May be altered or ■ mtmm. taaiterty coavnKiaa b j a vote ef jiilo ttM sa f tbsaw»tH»rsaresent. fjlbod Templais’ 1 0 f m AlTRACTiYEO ESiONS M r t i i ^ Iwik faditT,lMavy. white aadoelarad . «Bf«bpes. - JT sM tE E K % j t t i a a m u n e . r i u t . DMteMimULSr .CoKlF. SpiBftnoiU or i t i ^ L^itevaifr^iu^ or tHder; sS " "tnSfm jSysry memiyer shaH-di^oountenanre the manulhcture sale, arid ««a thereoC. in allproper ways OUR PL.4TF0RM. TOe following IstheOood Templars' platform, aa adopted at the annual aeaaion o f the Ai^ht Worthy QrandLodgein 1859: l e t Total abstinence from all intoxicating liquoi a as a beverage. Sd. No licence in any form, or under any circum* stances forthe sale ofliquora, to be used aa a beverage. Sd. TheabKOluf^proAidUlon of the mnnufacture, impartation and sal<* o f intoxicating liquors for such rposes—proc.ibition by the will of the people, ex- . sss<^ in due form of law, with the penalties deserved for a crime of such enormity. 4th. The creation of a healthy public opinion upon the subject, by the active dlesmmatinn of truth in all the modes known to an enlightened philanthropy 6th. The election o f good honest men to admit is-terthe laws. 6th. PersUtence ia efforts to savs individnala and commnnitiea from so direful a seourse, against alt forms of opposition and difficulty, until our aucceaa ia coaipleu and aalversal. T b i r d D is tr ic t C o n v e n tio n . To the Good Ttmplart o f Eattem Connecticut : The foilowing bills have been aoditsd as the expenses ofthe Second District Convention, held at New London the 14th in s t: — Ee? S HPla’t, Lecture....................................... $30,00 J Q A Stone, Printing Circulars........................ K.CO 8 T Journal, Advertising and 100 copies.......... 10,00 New London Dally Star, Posters........................ 4,t0 Rev S H Fellows, Stationery............................... 3,53 Joseph L2irri'nC'% Ha]|^....................................30,00 Ctoorge Champlain, Pasting Bills & Postage. . . . 1,^8 Total ezpens s of SdDist Convention..............$£4,91 In accordance with a TOte passed at the convention, insliucting the Secretary to assess each lodge their proportion ofthe total expense. I submit the following pro rata tax :— No 4, Norwich................. ................. >«,4S No T. New London.......... ................... a»o N »IC, Danielsonraie.......................... 0,64 No IT, Mystic................... .................. B.SO Tfo22, GrecnviUe.......... ,.................. 7,C5 NoSS, Wanregaa............ .................2.58 No25, N oank................ ............B,4« No27, Tnilimsotl;........... .................. 7.43 N o 21*.MyetlcBridge . . . . .......... . . . 6,14 No 31. Jewett City.......... No 35. North StoBingtan N<>39. Pntnam............... No 42, Stafford Springa...------- - - .. C.14 No 44, Grosyener Dale...................... 2,23 No 45, Soulh Wood tock. ................. 2,58 No 4(5, Dayri'.le................ .............. ...3.09 No 43, TanUc..M............ ................. 2,25 • $84,91 There is dae from Buckingha.n Lodge No. 16, $5,70 in order to balance the account of the first convention. O. E. MINEBj Secretaiy 2d District Convention. R iio d e I s la n d . TUE GOOD CAC5K FBOCaESsX?.* Hope Lcd"e No. 9 was inslitoted at Wjo-mingNov. 19th by P. L. JJerry State Deputj. assisted l>j more than 60 members from Bu side, Roger Williams and Xarragansett lodg Hope lodge commences with 44 n: embers who I should judg< a<« determined to casta powerful iofluence ia that locality where rum is plentj. Hope lodge is the banner lodge of R. I., com-meneing with the largest number of membere. The following are tha officen of Hope Lodge Na!>. W. C, T., Geo. H. Olney ; W. V. T., Min An-geline Potter; Sec., Wm. M. Chipman; F. Sec. Amos P. Barbor; Treas. Joseph B! Potter; Chap., Rev. E. L. Frost; Mar. Samuel N. Richmond ; I. G., Georgie Pierce ; O. G., Daniel C Kenron ; A, S. CUra A. Olney; D. M., Mrs. M. A. Nichois; R. H, S., Mary E. ^Buffington; L. H. S., Maiy F. Burdick ; L. D. and P. W. C. T., W. S. R<]gen>. The new lod^ will meet everr Monday eve nmg. IS x ira c is From lodge letters to G. T. District Convention held in New London, Nov. 14th, 1866: Norwich No. 4r—iSocial exercises consist of singing, speeches, reading of lodge paper entitled *‘Templsr's Arm Chair.” Union N®. 7, NewLond-’n—We welcome this convention to oar city and our homes, hoping that its deliberations \i1Il advance the great work in which we are engaged. A. weekly^rayer meeting has been maintained for nearly two years, is well attended and dctog mn^-good, i^m b lin g from 6 to 7 P. M., eveiy ^Sunday evening. The sec. oud umiveiuiy of onr lodge occurs Dec. 8th. B a d d n i ^ No. Id—We mean to make this lodge a power in the community that *hall aecive the jesteemof all’good citizens, and tiie dread of M evil Our gath- «rtal8iaffe pleasant and pr^^faUe. The Lord fpnlles frK fp i^ f w m b tf ol oBTp awdiw .iiaift,given t9 .tlie 6 a if« p L « it]i|B ^ ;^w e e |^ ^ f r a ^ p e c t f of oar lodge i tm never bet- Our socltl cxireisss tiohs, singing, and speaking, when we can iwe catc• h a^strjy^er' among u s. Orx ur Loda ge ^ wncii til'' liv in g Spring,” is read semi.' thejrHi tion|0TeR thasnito attlo and ilaketh Him Drniiken!—Hab. 3. tiiey may .follow Strong I)rinkN-"l3a. 5. U. , IMBER 2 9 ,1 8 6 6 . inTMBBa48 pap^r, occasionally. There has been but,one expulsion sface I justify. Lodge fo plRaunt and profitable feel u longing for the night ' *ng is held. How shiril this ^our Committee could iafU er into a Committee of Inven-sul^ ect, it would not be more r^ance of vhe subject would ber^'are great unoccupied fields tfie lo d g e was instituted—and twelve sus- k w hW er.w lll till onr pos-pp^ sioms for non, pajg^ent "of dues. Buck- fwnHgring»the meetings inter-in ^ am Lodge, like llie inan whode name it estingj j ^ ^ ^ t and Q^oliiabje, wii; b e ^ ^ ia futhfully laboring for God and htt^ mAnitv, «nd isTauDHt- *.^ordiully ImtBdTty all find a ititnde 6f our mem- «onscionsnes& of baving doiie rumfiellers in the.place>-.— - ____ Good Samarifam No.-;fl9—The expfinBRa of the Lodge have not been heavy, as the manufiicturing company give them the use of the hall lighted and warmed. Its social exercises consisting of recitations and re a ^ ngs,.are under the direction.of its sociti committee. A paper has just been stared called the *‘Temperanc(^Gem,” edited by sister Helen M. Wheaton. It is difficult to enlist all the members in work, so that taking an interest; they shall help maintain the interest of the Lodge. I t is a question worthy of thought, how shail we enlist all the members of our -Order in earnest efforts to advance the good cause? Harmony No. 25, Noank-rWe have much outside influence to contend with, Vut not a rumshop m the place. I i good working order. Arcadia No. 29, Hystic Bridge—Social exercises consist of singing, remarks, readings, and a lodge paper entitled the **Eing of Sight.” Suggest that public meetings be held often. ' >r Quinnebaug No, 31, Jewetfe C i^—We have a social committee of five to whom all the social elements of the Lodge are entrusted, and who have entire control over all the exercises. We have essays, dialogues, declamations and music. Onr social exercises are interesting |Mid promise to be more so, under our i^|e;|uid energetic social committee, who preparing a fine set of curtains tq^ % ^ ^ d in the social exercises of the Lo^fc We strive to make our Lodge tractive. by adorning it with pictnm, *c.,‘ and intere>«ting all our membfrs, and ih so doing we have in eveiy~liisuuu^ u ^A d i meetings. ' We are now making improvements In bu#P Hall which will add still more tn tiM est, that has ever been manifest among ns. We feel proud of ‘‘our fraternal home.” We have the clergymen of the village among our number, and they are live membeis in our noble work* We have reclaimed a number from their cups and hope to many more. We are harmonious, and herein we think lies our strength. We regret that no more of our number can be with you, but a strong religious interest in the village prevents. Putnam No. 39—^Established a lodge paper entitled the Portfolio. Grosvenor Dale No. 44—^We hare bad to contend against popular feeling* The ministry, which ought to have^een first and foremost in ihe good work, has been against us. Yet with all this we have been steadi ly advancing and are now in a veiy fiour-ishing condition* Our progress has left its effects upon the community. Where there were some ten or twelve placcs where beer and spirituous liquors were sold, not one now remains. Seeing this, many are lesbg iheir prejudices against us. Tne Templaia acd Sons of Hartford had an enibt^astie public temperance mcetiqg,Tue^V evening, when Uniac addressed them. After (he services tilrer tea.eet waa presented to Capt. Parker of the Trumbull House, wlio baa recently abolished the bar room because be considered the traffic a wicked one. We trust that •1! travelers from this section wiU patronize the Trumbutl Hon. e. ------ . -------- th e ; T «m |i^ i^ n e e C o n n e ^ tic tiii A rrest o^^e^nons fouiia intoxicated. is the dtity of |any sheriff dep-jooQstable^ grand juror, laii ofthe town or^anypo-f aiij ^ity to arrest it any person fonnd Titc com. ofthe Penn. Grand Lodge on the State of the Order make wimie r o g a tions to which we invite the careful attention of our Lodges: Your committee would recommend "tb the members of the Subordinate Lodges the importance of drawing the fathers and mothers into the Lodges. It is apparent to any one familiar 4rith the matcri^ which composes our Order, that the young immensely exceed the more mature in number. Now &r be it from your committee to lament the presence of the young in the Order. We thank God that so it is ; and we hesitate not to say that if there were any necessity which kept one out and left the other in, we would s ^ let the young be our membei g, and the aged not. But there is no such ne .essity. Fathers and mothers may sit side b / side on the Lodge benches; as they sit side by side in thedw rch pewSi Do we not all feel that pur L o d ^ need, so to speak, ballast? Wimld not the mature on?s of socie'y faniish that? The yontli are tbe^ * sails ^ which' cateh tbe ihnd that blows the crafts along. We need both, sails as well as baUasL and ballast as well as sails. . , The subject of rendering our Lodge meeting- interefetitig, is well worth the stqc^ ot.the wisMt members of. |he Order. I n d ^ i|see«is jh> your Committee that even more than fnterest snould be aimed at. We attract; we should,' if we ck», nty she: or sele lice offii without intoxii examination. When jie IS so far recovered‘aa to he ci^ahle of testifying in a court of |nstice, said officer shall then if h^ can do so without force, bring him 'before a justice of the town, ari^if he is willing to make full disclosure, of-fthe time, piace and manner of his drinking, and of whom the liquor was procured &c., said justicd shall administer to him the oath'piovided for witnesses, and shall inquire'conceming the matter before th e ^ c e r . Officer’s complaint. I f it shan[[appear to suchoffiser, that any of Uie offences specified in the 17th l^ h or 19th sections of this act ha^ been committed in this fitlite, suci'efficer shall enter complaint tofsaid justice against the person or 'jpersons implicated, and shall detm. the witness until the trial of s j ^ 9omplaint. ' AWSsf ftfia n ia to i the offonder. ^ Bee. 35. AH cases under this act coming before any court higher than a justice’s'oourt, shall be conducted by the State’s attorney, and shall take precedence of all other cnminal cades, except when the accused are under arrest awaiting trial. . . . Theprosecutin.sf officer shall tiaYe Said Justice shall issue his war- ,nt for the immediate arrest of the accused, who shall b^ tried by said justice without unnecessary delay, and said officer and any grand ju-ror" of the town by his request— shall prosecute the caaiijlaint. The justice shall make a true rccord of the testimony of the witness, and in case of appeal may take a bond with sufficient surety, for his ap poarance before the court to whicii appeal has been taken, or may commit him Jor want of such bond,- , Discharge of witness in case of sat- ^ isfactoiy testimony. I f upon the trial the witness has testifi^ freely and fully in the opinion of the prosecuting officer, he shall then be discharged j and no evidence which he shall haye given shall be used against him in any proceeding'whatever, nor shall he be prosecuted for his intoxication. Prosecuting witness if lie will not ; : tjestify fully. ‘But if he shallrefuse to make full disclosure befqre the justice, or to testify fresly and fully upon the trials, then he shall be prosecuted " €or intoxication and iipnn conviction na in fhfe, -sh«UJ3ie.iAade to the selectmen that 42nd section of this act. Any justice may act in any town of ' the County. Sec. 33. All the powers and duties oif any justice of the peace relative to the provisions of this act— maybe exercised and performed by any justice of the peace in the same county. Any three electors have grand juror’s powers Sec. 34. “Any three, electors of any town may,- withm said town, exercise all the powers of grand jurors, in instituting and conducting prosecutions for . violations of this act” ; p ro ^d ^ ^ th a t they prove.or J^rm- J^fore a justice, iiiat they have reason.^ to believe • an4 ^o believe tho allegations in their com-p la in t^ be subslantiaUy ? j?reeedflri<^ ( ^ E i q u b r , , i i ^ ^ higher cottrt/itO enter a nolle pfos^ ^ u i, (not willing to prosecute.)-^ ^ o r shall the coi^rt grant a contio nance in any caS€fy except when the purposes of justice manifiestly re-quirOiti. No violator of , this act iaijiirjrman in liquor casetk« Sec. 3^, Disqualiile^; imy' person who may ,be, or may have been within a year preceding, epgaged in the unlawful manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors, for sitting upon a jury in the trial of any ease for violation of this act. And when interrogated before the court, by the prosecuting officer or the court, concerning such unlawful acts, if his answer be un-satisfactoiy, or if he shall refuse to answer, he shall be discharged.— And no answer that he may make shall be used against him in any case whatever. '; Forfeiture of loud. In any case of defiiult, Or breach of the conditions of a bond, the bond shall be sued as speedily as possible to final judgment for full amount with costs of sui^ by the proper officer, and no court or offi- •cer siiall remit to the defendant any part,Of said jtfdgment. JTot necessary to bpecify ei^pT time of sale, or dind of liq'iors sold. Sec. 38. The substance oftha violation of any provision of this act. by the accused, being briefly set forth in the complaint, within the time specified, is . sufficient; and proof of such substantial violation shall be sufficient to convict. The complaint for a second or subsequent violation may simply allege a former conviction. I t is not necessary in every case to prove a payment in order to prove a sale witliinthe meaning of this act. " Fees for services. Sec. 39. Entitles the justice to receive for noUces posted and left per isection 23d, 50 cts, and for order as per section 27th, 50 cts.— For serving the warrant, the officer receives one dollar. For removal and custody of liquors reasonable expense, and one dollar. For delivery of liquors under order of court, one dollar. For postirg and leaving notices as per section 23, one dollar. Forfeiture of Town Agents Bond. Sec. 40. ‘WTienever complaint Baresooaia the bond of any town agent appointed by them, have been broken, they shall notify such agent, and ii upon a hearing the charge shall be sustained his appointment shall be revoked, and his bond be put i t suit, at the expense o f and for the use of the town. Funds furnished to the town Agent. Sec. 41. The selectmen of ao} town shall have ^w e r (unless otherwise ordered jby vote of th< town) ito ^raw from, the treasury such sums as may l>e needed foi the |kirdiase of liquors by the towr a g ^ t ^ t any town meeting du ly called for that purposiB, may di ^ e t as to tiie amount that may b« drawn, and the times when. can* eondctcf anv debt f*enahy ^f intoxication. Sec. 42. Any person convictedoi intoxication shall pay seven dollars to the town, with cost* of prosced* tion;; and stand convicted nntil paid. V Actions under the 2nd |cliat>ter of this act may be clatilfied as 1. . Criminal proet«9, tpeeliiedatf 1st. 8i^. 16T t o niroroiiiferiiii^ 2nd. Sec. 17 and 27. Fornil«^ 3d. Sec. 19 and 27. FwlBMpili^ with intent to sell. 4thl Sec. 32. Arrest of perMJIii found intoxicated, 5th. Sec 32 and 42. ProsecntkM for intoxication. 6th. Sec. 3H. The inann:fiMtor% sale, or keeping tor sale of adinltfr* ated Hquors. 2. Civr) process.. 1st Sec. 22. $ear«h and stfistttci. 2nd. Sec 29, 24, and 25. Tfial for foifeiture of liquor " and veiiliiii 3d. Sec. 37. Default of b o t^ In enforcing the law. w e 8borbl4 betaken to secure the sen officers who can be trust«dift „ , ^ In iinother article ire some ofthe difficu1tie»met» and the errors to be avoided. 3 n t let no step be tak^n in]^law, qntil abundant evidence hM been aeeifred. ^ Let yonr plaiia be J b ^ a g b mi4 com]^hensive, embmeing all tl»« criminal processes applicable, and all the civil processes that c anW^ brought to bear, and the reanlt cannot be doubtful. ' - An expen se of tO |300 >rop€rly incurred ia ai^cieliii^ ad» equate to plose evenr g ro g ;^ p lB any town (not indudinf etties) in the state. Let us prepare lo t s - k ^ d ezm» paignagfttnstBnm!! ' P r o p e r town^ ag e a tiM lM » iI4M er-r ery case, be appmntcd before tJie suits commence.^ As a rule the" w p la in a iile jfli. der Sec. 22 should be mraons who have no property to be defttit>yed l y Way of revenge, sdiouldtbey heeome known, s^thoughit is not neeesaaijf with the proper officers' that they should be known to any except the Ju.<itice. ' Women can make e<MBp)aint at well as men. TJnde^ Sec. 17 a conviction for a second offence can only be obtained for sales made after the first convict tion, and so of the the third afte*^ the second. The offender may be convictecl after hi5 first cojviction, any number of sales, for made previous thereto—^upon sufficient proof, but can only be fined 52(F and costs for each sale. ' When liquors are seized as per section 22, they are held in custody until final action is had thereon; and the pendency of one or inortf suits does not prevent a warrant being issued, for cause' and a new jeizt^re being made. By watchiol proscQutoij, atock; may thus he sci^ted as often aa it ia abtained by the dealer.* Particular attention is called fcr iect^on 10 which makes incinnb^->ik upon the Court which trieaaftences ander the 17th, 18th r.nd 19th sec* rion oftaisi ot, to consider the pending of lif^nor presumptive evidcne* that it is kept for sale^ c tM itrttr^ fcbisact,^_____ ^ 8 .H .r . World’s Pirojrer Siecllop. The Evangelical Alliance Is th«s earl^ U !:fae field with its i»«giamiue for a week o f orayer at the openhig of t'le. n e ^ /e a r,'a* iolfowtf: Mondaj/ Jaiinai7 7;-H3eraH>te «a tW '>re<9e.'ce of Christ- witM h£l wbIvomI chorch. ' Ta csday, 8-^F n^erfi»,M ti«M i '^kingSj and all in anthonty for' the ^ crease of righteonsnera, the jverairae* ol^ peace, and theholjr observance of tho ' bcth. Wednesday, Jannaty 9.—Fmyer ftr tfle 3aceess:of missicna au:ong J«wa apd G«i^ lies, and lor « Divine blesaiti^ to O pany the clforts to evaiigellze tlio nncdit- /erted of alt lands and daaies. Thursday, J ^ a iy 10.^Frayer tn all ,vho have soffCTed from the leeent wan; j»r oar e^ncipated^&on>.i :-nd for our fellow Clma^ni ttte f .•»;#V8ak€. Fuday. tian.lamiii^ ft<rscho<^ ctASfcs aqd’ ml* tw sl w . '* ■ '• •••• •' Satufdap^ Jaanaiy t e Jaihuhc (jnoTcli, 16^ all ,iub|kiien jospel, a ^ for the leei«wer«riAeNi^W le lity , end, T'‘^ 9 mmbQis.. , , ,
|Title||State temperance journal, 1866-11-29|
|Uniform Title||State temperance journal (New London, Conn.)|
|Subject||Temperance -- Connecticut -- Newspapers; Temperance -- Rhode Island -- Newspapers; New London (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 4, 1866)-v. 2, no. 52 (Dec. 26, 1867); Notes: Published by C.D. Rice, Sept. 6, 1866-1867; "Official organ of all the Temperance organizations of Connecticut."; Issues for Dec. 5-26, 1867 called also: Whole no. 101-104; Contains numbering inconsistencies; Published at the same office as: New London chronicle|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.N7 T46|
|Relation||Succeeding title: State temperance journal and home visitor; Other relationship: New London chronicle|
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|Title-Alternative||Connecticut state temperance journal|
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lii«t Oiveth hiB Neighb#?%j%kr tb a t Pi^toth
w6e unto Them thttt Biie
OLtl. f-- NEW L03sr»01^, TETOItSDAT,
fiOii» TEMmANCE QStON
r. LIST or OFFICiUtS.
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n t r . WHitAltO. WilUmuitie, tJJITfMnfe,
_ ^ a a b D 8 D k , Hartford.
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o a a . U^ODON. Plymoattu
B xxtsimo SBRKKTAar:
U. L. BBABS, Jewett CU7 .
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; . N l B. BLDttltfOK, Hartford.
« 5 t . E. U. PBA'f r . East Woodstock.
oosraTifuxiosf uf tue oonkeuticut
AbhcuiL. T ^ s or^^aoizatioB ahaU be called Tna
Ooxnen>;irrTuratA.!icJtl7xiox,aiudliary totbe Na-vtBBairaxiveraaceSocletjraBd
shall be composed of
•aeh paraoaa m shall contribute not lees than one
doUBrMBoalijr to its fondis and shall have sljned the
O a^tlfdon toclading the p led ^
% The membersofthis Assodation
to abstain wholly from the ase o:
OKicatluliqaors as a beverage.
AbssuiS. The object of the Union shall be to
wmfct the otaernmce of total abstinence from all in-toKicatiBf
UqaotaBS a beTera^Crand the oreithrow of
.h« *—««• i s thou, for each paIpasc^ throughout tlie
AmmtM 4. The officers of the Society shall be a
rrwirtnBt. atrht Vice Presidents, a Secretary forxor-rsapsBllrarr.
a Becordii^ Secretary, a Treasurer, and
BB EBeeatiTe Committee, to be mada up of the Cor-reepoBdiBg
Secretary, who shall be, ex-officio, its
sbairman, and o f lAx other members.
^ ^ Abhou 8. The eight Vica Preridcnta shall be
from the Tatioiis counttes of Uie State, one be-
ImiK aeleciad from each county. The j^ecutlTe Com-
^ t te e tflilll b6 mEde op of persona liTm^ within cun
renient dtoUnec o f tberesidenco of tbe Correspond
r -T h e
i r n n i ^
o f O onaect^tH ^ tn c
in R h o d e IsTsEind.*
Tkt*I>«pirtiiiei«t.la:edi^,b» BEV.-«, H, PLATT
West W iost^ CMiQ.,'to-whott all communl-eatibnii
co o p T ^ P L A R ^ PLEDGE.
*llomemb^ehalV make, helKiiiel!, use, fnrnlgh, or
of the aflirirsofthe
T T lna — iinr tT r ---------»t->—
1* aa ExecuiiTe Comoiittee, who shall prc^nt a
written rep<^ of their doings at each annual meeUng,
and shall be iemiiowered to ii!l temporarily any ra-sancies
which may occur in the Board of Officers.
Axnou I. The officers designated in Article S,
•hall be chosen by bi^ot at the annual meeting of the
ITniou. All other officera or agents of the Union shall
be aspointed br the Executire Committee.
ABnei.s 8. I'he Union shall sustain the same relation
to all Christian churches and congregations of
the Srate who may co-«pecate with it, wUch the Bible
«nd Tract sa d e t^ a n d other benevolent organiza-iions
sastaiB to the Churches of various denomina^
tioBS which are united in them, and It shall be the
laty of the Execnttre CoBuiittee to aecure, by ereiy
ia Aeir power, the pecuniary aid and the general
counteaanee of ail the religious denominations in
tba SUte and the public adrocacr of thsir ministry.
ABncta9. It shall be the dutr oftheExecuttve
Uemndttee to encourage the fonnatlon of local auxili-kries
ia every part of ^ e State, which shall be com
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