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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 7 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE.;- O. T. LOCKE. W. G. BLVSf TER. C. !. LOCH r ' LOCKES& BLYMYEE, PROPRIETORS. Tbarsdajr Eve., Her. I, 111. ; PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 4. To Ihi' Srnnlc tml If'iii' ,,f J.'fj,n ttrntcitirrn ; . ! THE PAST YEAR. In addressing my third annua! iue- , sage to the law making branch of the government, it is gratifying to be able to state that during the past year sue- , res has generally attended the ef-1 forts to execute all the laws found up on the statute book-. The policy has been not to inquire into the wisdom; of the laws already enacted, but to learn their i-pint and intent, for" them accordingly. The past year has, under . 10 anu en- Wise;. - - Kroviuenw, been one 01 geiif-ra. pros-j iKfriiy w iiitruiiLiirii. hub-), iwwoiti, teen attended with more than usual chastisement in the loss of life and property by storm and fire. These disasters have served to call forth the liest elements of human nature in our I country, and to develop a friendship...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 7 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE, Local and Miscellaneous. ry5eeswr p f f ii W : tc '-j ; TO ADVERTIM.RS-Ttie Tribune bn a larjter -ir. ulalioo (ban Ue fm tlaeI nnsberrpaylDSaucrlber (any TWO paper in Ihffonuly. " TlEn, Thursday Eve., Pre. 111. We are obliged to cut .-liorl ; (orresiiondence this week. ;H !,r:' , The National Debt ilecrt as;J during the month of XovtmUer, f JOiiI. I Sr. ('. X. Lotkr liaxso f:irn -v-rfl an to be able to le out. E. Jones tifli-rx his farm for t-aie It is a valuable pmix-ify. See ndver- tiemer.t. . . . - - A little ffirl of Mr. Dice, who live- oiith of this city, fell into a tub of hot water, on Tuesday of !a?-t week, and died in a shoit time from the effects. . ' ' ; 1 . fir. J. P. kinnanian lias u moved 1 office to the second story of Spaytli's block, next to the IVxt ofiiee. He lias jileasant rooms. Messrs. II Jones and G. D. Ioomis killcsl one hundred and five uails on Thanksgiving day. We will M that can't le leateii. I I Bead the advertisement of A. II. Rams &...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 7 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. Tiffln, nmdU Ei.. Bef. WONDERFUL. Take au old woman and roast Ik-i well. And baste her with butler and ch'ese. And put her out in frosty ni?!it. And lt ten to one she'll freeze. And if in the wornim you bring h.-r m. And rub her down with straw. And place her by the fireside. ' It' ten to one ihe'Jl t nw. [From the New York Tribune.] THE RAGE FOR FALSE DIAMONDS. Very Few Real Biamonds Worn in this Country. The badge of a King ofl'n-iai is a dia mond breastpin almost always false. Only ring leaders can afford to wear real jrema. Yet every messcncr, at forty-five dollars a month, who flits about the New Court House and City Hail, wears glittering jewel, which the uninitiated, and perhaps the wear ers, Imagine to be real stones of con siderable value. It U not uncommon to see diamonds or what purport to be such in the ears of shop girls and in the bosom fronts of stable boys. The consequence is that this class of jewelry, expensive when real and gaudy when false, has lx...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 14 December 1871

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. ALFStD LAXDIIV. TTor.NEY AT LAV.', of!".'.- in ' Inell'. new Ar"W. nr-sirl. ';;'''- ' ' A tior,;.! Lank. T.::;n, .: Aj:m 13, v. a. . r.ovn. J- ' ROVfl 4c KIIiEI-T, ATTORNEY AT I.AV, Tiffin. Ohio, f.f .Ice No. Val:!n'.''i .lie.-t. M.r.i, l-Tt. i;oEdF K. m:m:y. VTTORXKY AT LAW. TiBln. Ohio. Office corner .Vain aud l' rry Mr. i-h. May A. II. r.YKRS, TTO.'.NETY AND jt'NKLLiK AT LAW and ts..;:civr in Ci.anc. ry; find i.enoral Insurance A;ei. L. AC.ir. :'.n tni u to pprs-cul;n caaiin.. settling est-.t.-s, Iink ing oilec! 10:1s nr.il hecrirn.g ;.i.:' iila. f Jir in National LxeiiHlu'e K.'t-, i .11: !.. o;n... Jan. 1, J. JOHX rAI M V k TTOUNKV AT LA A. T:!!.n fV lice OpJiOsile li June l'J. i.n II'. u--. n. ciasoN. k. :. rr.NMNr:T..:;. CII'.SOX 4 I'KAXIXtiTOX. 1 TT'jKNEYS AT LAW, Tiffin, nino. i- C'-r-ill 1-in.l N::.oliul liil.H iJ-'H-ii. .vlny J". J. KI1V AT LAW, ;:tsy PnMlc A K.-ii'K'.UiK-. l:iim.a.K) J-ii-ral Iiwur- . TTmI'VI V an Ae-iil, Tiflin, !,io. nf-'-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 14 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. i o. t. uockm. c. it. e. w.u. ni-iw.r. i t, OCK E S & B L Y MYEE.I proprietors. ' i r-r-- Hffl, T-orl.r Eve., Dec. If, Hon. Chaa. Foster has been put up on the Claims Committee of Conjrress. It is a very important position. A. C. Van Tine, of Sandusky city wu confirmed as postmaster of chat city on Monday last. A good ap pointment. "With or without the 'new depar ture' no well-informed or candid man would now nay that the Democratic party is likely to carry the election in 1S72." These are the words of Mont gomery Blair, one of the chief of the party. The income tax law expired by it own limitation on the .'Kith of next month, and memlx-rs of the Commit tee of Ways and Means express the opinion that no attempt will be made to revive it. The collection of the two and a half per cent, on income" above $2,000 in 1871 will be collected n March next, and with that, it is probable the last of the lax will be seen. We could not apeak of the Presi dent's Message last wee...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 14 December 1871

minniAT rn it tt TATl 1 If r i J 1 li D U .Nil. I Local and Miscellaneous. Tf ? e J" t? V V tt t, c. !i ti r , TO ADVEKTISERS The Tribune has m larger elrenlntion than the com bined iiambr of payinc tnlnM-rtbcm to any TVOwpfnli ttieeonatj. j , Tiffin, Thursday Eve, Dcr.lt, is;i. i j Warner A Erlrkncr's IWiI!cry starts tip nest we;-k. Kr. II. L. Kendall will vmi bin JfV--lry Store on Saturday. Jotin Wrlrlck i tvorkirir in a Jewel ry Store in Cleveland. A fit oitJruukene is now f-tyh d by the ncientific, a"bone In the throat. " j XO. i' Fair commences Saturday j evening, December 2T Their Thentri- ! cal Tronpe will appear that riiplit. Ike Secretary's report of the Forest editorial gathering, came to hand several weeks later than it ought to. We can fumiti all the old matter for our paper we need. The grading on the railroad between here and Toledo is finished. From Tiffin to Mansfield it will le closed wt In two weeks. EfT. 1. Holllngton, of Kenton de livered two excellent discourses...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 14 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. 1 : Ti3n, Tuorsday ETe., Dec J 1. 111. Why Tommy Didn't Go. STORY FOR WHOMSOEVER THE SHOE PINCHES. BY JOHN DICKIE. '1, -in-ry- 1.4 liiil.J pantry, rci.ar, r breakfast I 1 i I ! "I.k here, rty," sa; d Daiibd Delver, as he walked into the kitch en, on1; chilly March morning, with a pail of milk in each hand, "hck her, now. Tlier" is sonietbin' i:p, and no mistake. That boy, Tummy, h:: made tracks for Sun bury asrin. as sure a shootin':"' His wife, a neat, brihi-'-v looking lady yes a you! took the milk into t! Strained it, carried i; down turned, cleared o!I the things, set haek the table, ana disap peared once more in the pantry with out aying a word. Mr. Daniel Delver was cr-ii-.id.-rahiy surprised. He had never known hi--amiable spouse to observe o strict a silence at any remark of his they had btn man and wife. He renl Ivd'idn't know what to make of it. He d"re- a little nearer to the stove, rub bed his hands vigorous) v, coushed nervously, and finally madi lold to...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 21 December 1871

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. Ai.nii.i) n. ATTORNEY AT I AW. Office ineliv ii.-w 1i!'-k. n !y "I-!' Nationsl Lnr.k. "J l!:;n. ' "no. April i. 171. '. BoVE. H. I. !!(.' It 4. UIOuELT, Tlt-NT.V.T LlW. Tiffin. !.:. act- No. j. W.i..i:-i.-to:i Mi t. iitr. 3t, i-Ti. TTOKXKY AT I.AWt7iJT.n..ii'. 031.-. corner llaiu uJ Ferry May 'J. A. II. BVERS. AND counsflmir TTORNEY J LAW and Solicitor i:i luiii.-ery; General i ni:raiice A-'-m. Attention given to prosecuting claims, -itliii esiati-. iok- !ll collection-and lM-'-:iT-:lir .:---Tils. OIIiee in National Kxchauce 1;!' k, Tiitin, Ohio. Jan. 1, '. JOHN Mof'Al I.M', VTTORNEY AT LAW, Tiffin. Ohio. opposite the Court Mouse. J une 10. n. GinSOX. s. o. I-ENXtSoTOX. GIBSOX A PtXXINfeiTOX. 4 TTORXEYS AT LAW, Tiffin, Otiio. C-eiu First National lianU I;ioi U. .May ill. v. s. hi:i:s, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, No'sry Public Hf-al Ktae, Claim, and ;-ui-ral Jn-ur-ui Aet-nl, Tiltin, liio. Oftlce In tiruin ineH'n Llwe, i).slto Hie tirst National i;nnk. June II. 3k"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 21 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. . a. Ei.TTrB LOCKES& BLYMYER, pSOPSIETVJts. nnnitj Etc., Brr.21,1811 Tiffia, TOO FRIENDLY TO THE PRESIDENT. ' Hermblicans generally, lielicve that the administration of Gen. Grant has hon euch as to entitle Irnn to a sec ond term that the affairs of the Gov ernment, for the past three years,have been marked with honesty ana a ie-i sire to do the best for the welfare of the country that challenge investi gation, and at the same time the ad miration of the ieople. Believing all.this, we, with other Republicans, derire that the broadest latitude of discussion of the actions in the admin istration of the Government hhould be had, and an investigation into the actions of its officials allowed. On tho Ktb. inst, the following res olution, and amendment to the same, was Introduced in the Senate : Mr. Anthony, .Rep. R. I. intro. duced a resolution providing for a Standing Committee of Investigation and Retrenchment to consist of seven members, to be elected by the Senate...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 21 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUX Local and Miscellaneous. as-asnnese-iesrr- $ B & V V f . : I : - - ? : TO tlttl K I IHKKH I he Triimn' b.ts m I a rarer rir-ul:ioit ih..r -'i" com Mnotl Dnm bpr o r p 1 n no-er-:'-rs CO any T ii puper In Ihc c-sna:;, . Tim n, Thaixiajr Erf., Dc. 21, Is, I. L. A. Hall, Il-q-i i" Mayor jco f m. There be not Ix-en and is iiot now siy ema!!-pox in Tiffin. Capt J. J. fetelner is veiling in tiiis city. Coort ymtneiicd on Me'L Judge Pillars on the t ncii. r. Wit:. Mr. J. X. Shee der, of Ft. Scott, ICau sas,former!y a resident of TifP.n, visit ed this city yesterday. j Sr. 1. T. Barnes offers a b!e household article for ft vertisement very vaiU le. See ad- W. W. irmstron?, of the P'nin Dealer, has sold his residence in Clreland, for S3'),0V). The Post Office will be open on lion day, December 2oth, 1S71, from buy) to 10:30 o'clock A. M. and from 2:30 to 430 o'clock P. M. Don't fail to read the Holiday an nouncement of Hcrshisar & Myer. They offer the best goods at the ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 21 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. iuu, iunsr "' "''I!; For the Tribune. OUR DARLING. BY JOHN. J. BIPPUS, JR. He- our little darling there. Playing "boo-peep" with the cut. Have you seen a face more fair. Or more frolicsome than that? Have yon ever seen a spirit Six yearohiasgay as ? If o, then that U sight People do not often Supple as a wild (iaMlle She it running all the day, So two minutes ran I tell Where to find the little -Fay." Hither, yonder, everywhere. She and Tabby roam aliout, Climbing up the hall-way atair. Sliding down with merry ahout. And when "Gran'ma" cornea to tea. Then the rogue Is In her glory, FulKof tabx hief as can be. She asks for a "Fairy story," 'Boot a quaint old woman, who Had brood of children ten. Living In a wooden shoe 9 And could not get out again. When at night she goea to bed. Dreamily she shots her eyea. Asks a blessing on ma's bead, Frays she may be good and wi-. Then abb Haara me so dear, Nestles eloaely to my breast. Whispers softly in my ear, "Mamma I love yon...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 28 December 1871

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. AI.FREi LANPO. t TToRNEY AT LAW. J m-il new i'i--k. m National Letik, 1A,Jt. April 13, I -71. O.Tice in t riai- J. IS. r.TI.KLV. EOTD A RIDUEXY. ATTO: .NEYH AT LA W, Tiffin, Oh lee No. :ni, Vxi:..;;o- siio-l. io. or- Airr. Si, 1 TTOR mrricr Main and Perry slieet-s. Muy a. A. II. ISVIIKS ATTORNEY AM) i:urNst:LI.')P. ATI LAW unci holicitor in Chancery; and Uclierai Insurance Ag. ul. Au-'lii.oli irivcu to pron-cuti:, ciaim-,. ' ! 'r.w esi;,i.-s, ii.aK- ing collections joid s euro.:- ".:- M. "ice io National Exchange i:.' K, l.li-n, Ohio. Jab. L is. joii v i.tr, V TTORNEY AT LAW, Tiffin, Ohio, nee oppo.ile the I ourt House. June Id. O.'- H. cibsox. R. a. pr.ssisfiTOj. GIBMOX A: I'EX.MACTOX, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Tiflln, Ohio. Of- . B-iii Ejn.t Nntinn.il U:mk l'.n t. ilay lu. j ii. J. KCEX. ArrORKEY AT LAW, Notary Pntjllc Ki-sil E't-. Claim, aul ent-ial Insur ance A(r-nt. lilliii, Oliio. Of!i-- In Oru:n- meli a ii!.- tlic t irst National j bank. I JuuelL I X. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 28 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. W. . Bl.TT I - --r- a p- PT.VT1TYEE. ltJLyi- ' - TROTRIETOBS. I rr lTe- 18:1 The Akron Beacon baa become a joust rtock concern, two of its former proprietor hMog withdrawn, and otaer jentlemen taken hold. It will tn the future, as In the p-at, be under the editorial control of A. 8. Lane, a tufflclent guarantee that It will con tinue an able paper. l'e publish on the outside of thl week's paper, the message of President Grant, aeeompanjlns; the report of the Committee on the Civil Service Reform. Both will be found to con tain suggestion and recommenda tions worthy of a part that seeks to conduct the affairs of the Govern ment honestly, Is determined that dioboaest men shall not remain In 4oe, and brings the law to bear upon men who have stolen the people's money. We hope to see the good work go on, and Gen. Grant U deter mined It shall. -" Becently in the House Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, introduced a bill providing for a commission to Inves tigate the the condition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 28 December 1871

rrrFPTV TTTT)TTTT7 llf J lilJjUiNi-. Local and Miscellaneous. p a s 5 jr ? r r , P 's V J advertisers ts Tribnne una tenter ,,i--io- th" e --t-r-K -rc Triblin has Vf-fW r w k-rfrlnrfbvnbni any ' TWO punrr- ia '. county. Tlffln, Ihonda Etc, Dec.2 Tribnae Annual Address. The an rsaal address of the Tribune thi-i year is a good one, loth in a literary point . . .... ... . . . ,, , .. , .. ,, cd tinJIv bv thoe whom taev have faithfully served. A.siue from dr-serv-ingreiruiierationfo.' promptly deliver ing papers, they are capital good fel lov, and deserving on that score. Court adjounied hic rlir, on Satur day la."t. Mr. Jcwe Wclrlck, viiting In this city. and hi- Lrideare Eon. Chas. roster has our thanks for the Congressional Globe and other documents. XuKbcrs of fellows "roosted" in the Calaboose, at different times from j Saturday right op to Tuesday morn ing. So Fire Meeting. Owing to Xo. l's Fair being held in Firemen's Hall, there will be no Department meeting next Monday night. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 28 December 1871

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. jili, Thursday Ire.. Dec. 28, 1K1. THE COMING WOMAN. Exclusively By Gentlemen Read Exclusively By Gentlemen BY ELIZA A TURNER. What will the coming woman do To plaf Be, perplex, and Interfere wiih ns. Will she forbid tbe restive cuew And gay tpittoon. lr age dear to n.f Will sue Invade, with llflel now. Retreat wliere female font n-r nt till late, Bar-room mr and court room !., And fore reluctant man to ventilai ' Brotlier, ana I hear. "Will the dear baunu where manhood played At enchre bold and frisky aevm-np Haunts where so oft oar reason strayed To con versa: ion-tea be given np T Most we then all go home to dine? And must a friend in soda pledge hi mate? How uliai: the coming man get wine At aU, if lie"a allowed to legislate f I'.rofher. tlieease looks 'm-r. "tpeak, O (rieud. basilic woman's sphere Tneo!t-kOi rninlioir sphere we kepi he in, ' Buret and vauUhed, and left her hrc With Die world al lanre to wield her w-l-er in Isdie np to our litlh- came And can she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 4 January 1872

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. Al.rCED I..MO.V, rJOKN'EY AT LAW. ".- ' A Natlonut I Arli rs, 1 irnril-i-tln.1 A . fa-. :.. J- I!- i: u:Tf A KliRiFl.Y. AT I. W, T:f!;n. ' l"c- Mrr. 171. .I.K(K Nf.M I , TTOKM Y AT LAW, Tiflln. '!. y corner Main and ierrv t r et.. ly . AT ueery; fcijfJ A. II. Itl'l.as. 4 TTOKNEY A Nil CoI'X.-KI.l.'iIi J LAW fciiil r-oi:c-:ti in I Uciierai Insurance Agent. Attention given lo pros.-uting cl.-iiiu, s.'.ti;i.g estates, im-ik-Irig colli-dions and M-ror:ir.; p-it'-nts. o.'hce in National Kicl.:m- line J ri, Ohio. Juu. 1, 'of. JOHN AI I.LY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tiffin, Ohio. Of fice opioite the Court Jiouse. June la W. H. GIBSO. R. r,. pES.VINGTO!C. lilBfcOV A 11 N.M.VtiTO.V, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tiffin, Ohio. Of- ficeln First National Bunk Block. lay in. t. J. KEEX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Notary Public! Real Estate, Claim, and Oi-neral lnsur ai.ce Aenl, lifiin, Ohio. office In Gram- mell's Lloca, oj.posiie li.e First National JunelL 3i. L. BBCHXR, TTORN'EY AT LAW. hpeclaT...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 4 January 1872

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. W. O. BLTMTEE T. UtCK. c. y. ixx-ri. . LOCKES& BLYMYEE, rSOPSJETOJUf. TIBi, Htr4J re, Jan. 12. OHIO LEGISLATURE. The different bodies of the Legisla ture met tod organized .on MoDday laat. In Uw Senate the following of ficers were elected : Chief Clerk, E. T. Hall, of Frank lin ; Fiwt Assistant, Frank Browning, of Clinton ; Second Assistant, J. A. Lants, of Summit ; Engrossing Clerk, 8. It Sedam, of Hamilton ; Enrolling Clerk, Albert Parker, of Hancock; Serreant-atAnns, B. D. Patrick, of Huron; First Assistant, '"James B. Wilbur, of Cuyahoga ; Second Assist ant, Wm. J. Kannells, of Vinton. And the following in the House : " Nelson H. VanJVorhees, of Athena, for Speaker; B. J. Loom is, of Frank lin, for Clerk; Charles Babeock, of Cuyahoga, Speaker pro tern. ; A. T. Carpenter, of Union, First Assistant Clerk; Mr. H. F. Barnes, of Guern sey, Second Assistant Clerk; W. R. Hall, of Jaclcson, Third Assistant Clerk; Basil W. Adair, of Carroll, Fourth Assistant Clerk; Wm...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 4 January 1872

TIFFIN TRIBUNE, Local and Miscellaneous. rs ex TO AIV:RTr-.HIi-The Tribune ia a lirtrr rirralst ion ISib the mm binrd Dambfrof put Ins snbxrriiM'rs Igaiy TWO pnpfn In lhe-uulj. Tiffin, Than-day El4., Jan. I, 1S72- : TRIBUNE AND BLADE. Wetlubt'.e Tl:ll:r: i: end Toledo Elude on the fame t .-rm-i as lat year: All jernoiis paying arrearages on the Ti'.mrxE and V- in advance will receive the Ti:i!M K and J'J'i'le for one year. We must have V. s in advance for the two papers from all at the time tlie Blade is subserilssd for. New sub scribers to the Tp.ip.cne can receive lWh papers for ?-'! 21. We will not deviate from lht.-.e rates one minute's time,for we club as an ac- commodation to our sulrtcriU-rs not because there is anv mow-v t- be! made by it for us. ; ' 1 j i j J . j : I I Wagner A Bricknrr's Distillery commenced operations on Wednesday. KrvT. B. Starr, of the Goshen, Ind., j Time paid us a short visitNew Year's He reports things happy in his ; A Printer's Banquet and Ball will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 4 January 1872

TIFFIN TRIBUNE. Ttfits. ninitj Ire., Jn. 4, WHERE FRANK WENT TO. "Well, old Frank l dead !" said Mr. Morey, as he came into tb Bitting room od evening from his office. "Dead!" exclaimed a chore of veioea to antoDiohment, while Mrn. Morey laid down her work, and both the children sprang to their feet in ex citement. , . "Yea, Btone dead out on the 4rert," replied Mr. More. , "How did tt happen V aiked Mr. Morey, "and ' "VVho killed him T' cried Louis. "I'll tell you how It happened," aid Mr. Morey, aa he thrut hi feet into the slippers Km ma had placed for him, and sank into hie especial easy chair, drawn up to his especial corner, I was driving home quietly as usual, when, juat at we reached John street, a runaway horse, attached to a light wagon, . came uasung aronnd the oorner. Before I could move, almost before I could see htm, he wax upon us. The thill of the wagon struck poor Frank, and he dropped instant ly." "What a narrow escape for you !" said Mrs. Morey, shuddering. "Yes, ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin tribune. — 11 January 1872

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS. ALFRED L1.BUX, A TTORXEY AT LAW. Office In ;nim- uir-it's li. w lii'K-K, n-:my p;.jk:!; t lrst Rational B.ink, 1 :ll:ii, oiii'. April 1'4, Kl. j. i:. kiu;; EIIK.I.I.T, BOT0 ATTORNEY! AT LAW, Tiffi Dor; No., WasliiDIJtonM Tiffin, Ob!o. or-1 reet. UU.XJ, IB. I. VTTORNKY AT LAW, Tiffin, Ohio. Office ronifr Jtlaiu and ierry hlntt-s. lay fc. A. II. KVI KS, ATTORNEY AXI COUNSELLOR AT LAW and r-vljcitor lu liancj-ry; and o;nmil Inwuniiice Aircnt. Attention Kiveu to prowcutinic claims, -I'.Mnn eM;t:;, mk ine eoii-ctios ami w-tiniiif .;i!-ni. oince In utlor;al txf-liuiigfc lllock, 'lilhu, Oliio. Jan. IO. JOHN Hrt AlLKY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Tiffin, Ohio. Hoe opposite Uie Court House. J ace IU. or-1 W. H. OIBSOS. K. O. PESKISOTOX. IBNO!( aV I'tVMVtTOX, ATTORN AT LAW, Tiffin, Ohio. Of fice In Klrst National llui.k liiock. May lu. ti. 1. Kti:, ATKJRNEY AT LAW, Notary Public Ktl fctt Claim, anl Otneral lutmr au AK'-nU Tiffin, Ohio, ottine In Orum- meli'a Jilota, oii"it...

Publication Title: Tiffin Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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