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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 11 February 1864

Sunday Reading. OUR THOUGHTS. Wc arc vcr tltlult injy.- Ft ill is tho llectini nwiitla, conic and go from tin mind lliu .wilt winded thought. " 'Wo Milt 'tLc!i littlo !' their presence, undut our cbnr-jcnminand M,.N-.rtr M.on.hM. We In-j frivolous and unworthy. If dtlroa Uonf-ronrKHvior, kti.Kd .,,1,U,ddeedH atone, lint "inn oU'erin,! ii nf oiir thoughts iniiv iil hu in c ptiihle acrviee. As onr tniixls dwidl upon , tlio inttliihle sweetness aifl bounty Jesus, tt our thoughts, Ur- with grateful love, lino ns ' sweet' inewiurt toheuvcii. The1 tovo of Jcmia, let It bo tho dear, thrmo on wluVh our Uioti-lils U-ty gcr long, and to which they return.) with new delight. I When wo express our tovo of nL, fri,..,,t bv savin.'. I think a L-reat deal of you. let us thus cypres our alle- lion lor desiis. We t-hall ,. know that CbiUt isciirbriiied in our thought. We need not doubt our love for Jesus, it through thej I busy day and in the still night, we aro ever keeping in mind the mem ory of h...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 18 February 1864

'Terns f tfce Tlffla "Tribnaf," FROM AUGUST 25, 1863. TrrBB. fa. 00 per onum, payable In adf snce fl SO if do paid ! advance. Ko aubtoription taken for shorter peri od Ana 6 worths j' and no paper discon tinued until all arrearage, are paid up, unless at the option of the publisher. OCT Theso terms will be strictly ad hered to hereafter. 1864 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. RDNNINO FROM Philadelphia to Pittabnrir ' 330 MILES Or DOUBLE TRACK. From all portions of the est, Nortk-Waat and fM)h-Wft, tht Hna sad It. an.. ' nrWnoi form allhar tha ihar-.it mt iba h-H mala la Pht.a.-t.lphia, rfw a ark, Bntla., Rartiainra and WMtimfin, Tba Ira.araa may villi aanSdaaro sla apwa aar. aoaaarltona. high apaad wilh ptff4 aa(iy. Bad a.nay anpliaa-. lor aoiofl thai ens ha pam-arad. Naw ana alaanat paraangar cirt. for Say an. aight arrvtca, na.a mcaniiy nana aniiaa la im qaipaaa.t af Ih. Faaatylvanla L'aalral Halt Bosd " O FOUR DAILY THROUGH TRAINS FROJI 1t'tUburgh to Philadelphi...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 18 February 1864

WAR WAR For the Union. Condensed War News. Mosby at Bull Run. Armv c mil P use. Fibrnry 10. Moshy wil onold Hull Run bnlllc field yoetr-rday, with 300 men. The ipit-rril-lag akirm'ahed with our pickets nt-arMm-nsasss last cvrning. Captain Keahnry, Adjutant General on General Owens' staff, h i a email rol-1 limn, which crossed Mortoa'a Ford, made a La I In nt charge on the cnomy'a nickel. I.lrulcncnt Shields, of Oencrcl Hayes' stafTwtis allot through the luijri, lut wil rectver. WMitnnT.)li, February 10, A letter received here to iliy, from in efilccr on General Honks' tnlT, at Ilrownsville, Trim, inye the Mexican! iro r"or(fnnl liiiff their armies fur offensive operations In II. snrinir. Tliov aro confident of their ibilily to drive the French onto the country beforo next full. St. Lena, February 10. A dispatch from Fort Smith, Ark., nyi Isrirc mccliofrof loyil cilirena nd soldiers waa held there but liil'l to wolc.ome General Curtis. Fears ire enlertiiineil for the infety of Iho Im...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 18 February 1864

The Traveler's Guide. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R. Oa and after Monday, Jn- 18, Iff'4. r asnger trains will rr.a M follow! t Qoiss Sotra lint. Haaonsky, Clyde, f.reea Spring, TllHl'l, Tiffin, Bvwiok, Adiisn, Forest, Oc Forest Adrian, tierwick, Tiffin, Watson's, Oreeo Brringe, Cljde, Ssndtisky, iLTsain. msroTesis 6:06 a. a. H--4& 7 05 10:35 7:25 11:.W 7 45 8:10 19-f.S r. K. 8 35 9:00 6:41 9:15 9 40 4:50 tn NnaTM. 9:.Wr. m. 11:00. a. 4:07 1:00 4:15 1:20 4 4a 2 10 5:10 3:20 6:30 3 50 li 50 4 40 7:10 7-10 P. Ft. W. and Chicago R. Co. PASSING FOREST. V.ll Cnm 95 P.M. Niaht Expret ..... I 00 J. M. l)ay Express TaMenger 19 30 A. M. oina sTWAin. Pay Fxpress H V. M Might Express 4 " A. M. Mail Express 10 09 A. M. Tickets ean be proenrcd at the office at Forest for Harrlaborg. Baltimore, Philadel phia aad fcw York. J.M. TEARCE, Agent. . M. PETTEKC.IM.fc CO., Jo. 31 Park Row. New York, a- d ((State St., Boston, are owv Agents tor tha Tim Taisuaa, in Ihoseaitws, and are authorised t...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 18 February 1864

Farm and Household. IUtiht a tii now wot i.n tHaira, Htll t MUKf IIT11 HL. Mivr. WORK FOR THE FARM. Barn And Stock Yard. Animai. All riiil.i ills of tin form tlionld lio fr1i.il to are tlicir nir; anil iit fui-l omt other" ur fin vlio Iiiim to do lliiin. Man tliciilil lio ri'i-nniKril n tlicir boat .'.ii'tnl. (Vita iiml BtrirlR pur tinilail.v, uliniild If i tK cl nml Imnllol coti'limilv. Tioatol tlitm, tlicywill iii-vfT nciil lirt'iilsiiijr. If tliorn lie n nfiiMo lny wlm lav Willi tlio Iiiimi'h ly I'incliiiijj or in toiiil n; I" I'im li tln'ir lliml.n, keeping liitiiHi'li' nut of Ilia way il' kicks nu.il lihi, no womlcr they lioconio virion. TIip Pimm liny in pn-ssiiitf llirouli tlio riittlti yard will cruck llir rattle ovrr tin1 hack willi a fork limullo if tluy are raulit Btainliiig in the ilryrnt iinrta f ll.o yiinl wlim !io wind tnpimf. Tlio remit I always llie fimio n yiinl of w ild cows ainl nly etrrrH to le nl'letwuid "Woken" 1y four nnd n goad. li d rout to h!I clas : of et...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 25 February 1864

trm f (he Tiffin Tribune,' FflOM AUGUST 25, 1863. Terms. fa.00 per annum, .stable h idn 3.60 if no! Mid la advance. fo subscription taken for shorter perl- d thin 6 month end no psper disttotl inued until all arrearatrea are naid no. Inleas at the option of the publisher. - OCT These termi will be etrictly ad ored to hereafter. 1864 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. RUNNIIfO rnoM Philadelphia to nttfthtirg B3(r miles of double track.. From all portions of tbo vv est, Konh.UVtt and Poatr. Weet. tMa II ae aad Ita ton. fcecttevae form either the ttvorteet Cf Ihe bee,, route tm P'ri,,a.elooia. Nwp York. Hn-ton. Halt. more and f VaaMngion, Tba traveler mar with eenrldenee pelv apo-a tare connorttnni. high tned with perfect aferty, and every appliance Mil e-,-iiori inai run h rocored. New aad eleeaet paunrtr ran, tor da? had atelil Mrtlr. have recent, v been added to the laqatpaaent af tha PeanivHanla Central Rail Road. FOUR DAILY THROUGH TRAINS .'FROM Pittsburgh to Phil...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 25 February 1864

WAR For the Union. Condensed War News. More Escaped Officers. FoBTIir.ss MnnRdK, Feb. Tho fol lowing? mlil ituiinl soipcd tfliccr arrived hero Capt.D. 8. Caldwell, laid Ohio; dpt. R. It. Adauia and l.i.ut. i:. H. Hen, DPtb Ohio Lent. K. J. llitfley, 3:ld Ohio !. l.ii ut. A. V. Williams. lUIld Ohio j Lieut. I fin Foster, HOlh Imliaiin. Fivo more nro reported lo have arrived t Williamsburg, B. F. BUTLER. Expedition into Florida. The follow ino; liaa heen received at llcndipiarlcrs: "BALDWIN, Fla., Feb. 9. "To Major llrnrrot lln'tnk i "t!i;l:Rat.: I have the honor to remrl that a portion if my command, under Ueitcral Seymour, convoyed ly tin) (,'iin boat Norwich, ascended tho Si. John's river on the 7th IiikI., and Inn J. J nt Jacksonville on the cveiiinir of tlmt d.iy. Tho advance, under Col. (Jny V. Henry, comprising the (H li Mn-smhusi II in fulitrv, the imlei Ptiilent hnltnliuil i.f Massachusetts cnvnlry, iinilrr Major Htrvrns, and Killer's horse Imtlery, Fimt Artilh ry, piilii d f...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 25 February 1864

The Traveler's Guide. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R. Ob end after Monday, Jan. IS, 1SG4, fas sengcr truing tun m follows i Coma South ItAVC. ttandutky, t5rcco Springs, Watson's, tiffin, Berwick, Adrian, Forest, Or fimt Adrian, Berwick, .Tiffin, Watson's, 'Green Si'tingf, Clyde, Sandusky, M 4 IL TRAIN HlXSt, TBl 6:05 a. M. I:4i 7 05 10:35 Tiar. 1190 7;d5 13:W p i it I 'J f-.r r. h. 8 35 3:'K) 8 41 2:15 9 40 4 ill a NiTH. 9:M r. a. It :00 a.m. 4:07 1:0H 4 15 1:30 4 45 9:10 6 11) 31 6:90 3 50 fi:50 4 40 7:10 710 P. Ft. W. and Chicago R. R. Co. PASSING FOREST. uoiso wrsTWaao Mail Express . Ntejht Express 4v Ei press I'assenirer UtllftU ibASIWANO Tv Fxprese fight Enprcs..... Mail Etprcsa, . P ST, P.M. . I 00 I. M , 11 36 A. M. '. 4 IIP.M . 4 lit A. M. 10 HU A. M. Ticketa,en be procured at the office at Forest for llarrlslmrij, llallimore, 1'liiladol--shia and New York. J.M. TEARCE, Agent. , M. PFTTKXill.I. a CO., Ko. S Park Row, Now York, a; d CStale St., rtoston, am our Agents for...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 25 February 1864

Farm and Household. lit tpt it Tut no wm t.v Tauten, lltMati nif ciiwik limn, oa aani. Ma Kino l.itKAn. Tlio turret of having good broad is to tvmkcRiiro that it is tlioroiilily liii'inlcl ho ha to bring everr raiii of flour in contact with it, equivalent grnfri of water, mid to ditTuoo tho j-cnnt uniformly throughout tlm iiiiihn, nr MslhroR.,ltiM)rP.wwilll,nlil,or.i: - - r r titil In rTnaa in mm mint ntnl tint ' ' at nil in another. This is hcuii in l.o.llo l- i ll. .1... I...I.,. thoy contain and In tho crtiHt tl.nti easily detaches from tlio cruuili, ns though it had been liftotl up by in ternal force. Tho nir cells in a well knoodod loaf aro lino and uni form at tho saino time. Jf tho flour and joint nro decidedly good, and tho kneading decidedly bad, the bread will givo satisfaction. On tho other hand, good kneading, good moulding, and good baking, will ninko a seennd or third rate quality of flour almost ojunl to tho best Fkkpinu Vam i:s OP (ilUl.t, lC Ill answer to an iinjuii...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 3 March 1864

Terms af (he Tiffin "Trlbunf," FROM AUGUST 25, 1863. Term. $3.00 per annum, payable In Bdvincc 3.60 if not paid in sdvsnce. No mbacription taken for a ahorter peri od than 6 tnonthe and no paper discon tinued until all arrearage, are paid op, an I est at the option of the publisher. &3T These terma will be strictly sd tiered to hereafter. 1864 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. BCNRIKO FROM Philadelphia to Plttnbnrg 330 MILES OF DOUBLE TRACK. From all portions of the v est. North-Watt nnd .oath-Wort, thfi Una and Itt ron- noctione fbnn olthrr th shortM of lb hrtl root to Phi.adalphia, rrw Yort, NmiM. Rittimor anil Waehinrtnn. Tha t furrier mar with ronfidrnc 'ratrapon enr jonarrttnni. high tprati wilh prrl-rel aafriy, and rrf anpllaneo for eomioft thatran K prorarad. IVrw and alrjnnt pattertfrrr run, for Hay 'sad nlfht arrtoo ha farrntlr brro addrd tn thr qaipaant of tha PvaaaylranU (.'antral Rail Road. FOUR DAILY THROUGH TRAINS FROM -Pittsburgh to I'liiladeluhi...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 3 March 1864

. TERHIS-$2,00 PER ANNUM, " ' IS ADTANCK. JOHN ROBINS, Editor and Publisher. OrFK lMIAtVIIAm'9 It LOCK , for, Washington & Murk ft Six. TIFFIN. O., MARC H I, m. rr rrrlsjst In ABRAHAM LIXCOLX. The Draft Goes on. COLUMBUS, FEB. 29. Provost Marshal General Potior re ectvrd, thin afternoon, thi following lelogram from Provost Marshal General Fry : " Btfu'ly prepared lo enmmenc fhe draft on the 10A, in tvery mfi ru triet kic thitll not hane filed ilt quota it fort AfurcA I, Volunteer betworn March 1 and and 10 may bo deducted af ter tho draft commeicea. On and after Mirch I, and until further ordera, pre mium of fifiacn dollar for an accepted veteran recruit and a premium of ten Hoi lr an accepted recruit, not vetoran, will ho paid from the draft and auhalitute fund, under the rejulationa that now govern the payment of a premium of twenty-live dollar for accepted m crulta1 I FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, February 29, 1864. "I hitvn tho honor In Inform tho de partment that f arrived h...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 3 March 1864

The Traveler's Guide. The Traveler's Guide. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R. R. On nl after flon day , Jan. 18. I8G4, passenger trains will run as follows Gouts Sorm HATS. ctendusks, Clyde. Crwii Springa, Watson's, Tiffin, Berwick, A.Irian, 6:0S a. 8.45 t os 7:25 T:46 in:t6 1 1 :30 iaso 12 f5 r. S:00 915 4:50 11:00 A.M. 1:00 1:30 3:10 3:90 3 50 4 40 7 10 8 in 8:35 MI 9 40 Golo Noam. S W r. u. 407 4 IS 4 4:. fi 1(1 Forett, Forest Adrian, Rerwick, Tifnn, Watson's, Green Si-rings, Clyde. Sanduskv, A.-Srt 7:10 P. Ft. W. and Chicago R. R. Co. PASSING FOREST. doing wiinim Mll Esprcs Nisht Express 1T Eipress l'assenirer OQI.1U kSSTWAtn P.iT Express N' iplit l'.sprcss Mail Express 8 iSr .M I On J M 1 Ilti A. M. 4 14T.M , 4 411 A. M. 10 03 A. l. Tickets can be procured at tho nflice a Forest for llirrlal.i.rg, Baltimore, riiitndcl Bhia And New York. PASSING FOREST. J. M. PEARCE, Agent. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., "No. 37 Tark Oow. New York, at d fixate t., Boeton, are oar Aganta for lha ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 3 March 1864

Farm and Household. Ill 'Hat T Tt rtrHrwn-pi.il Tnaita, Iilmr aoT unn not, o diy. Farm and Household. HOW VEGETATION INFLUENCES CLIMATE. Tho climate controls vegetation in a great degree, is fjuito evident, and it is equally Irno that vpgota tion itsolfhasa marked effect up on the climato. In tho first lare it exerts an inllueneo upon the wind. Where tho land is Imro of trees, tho wind hn nn nnoMnotod sweep ; and where this provai's, and is violent, tho rlinmto is not only pleasant to man and hens I but Is nnfuvoraMu to vegetation. Western farmuit know how this is upon their broad nnheltered prai ries, and New Knglandors know how it is along their bleak sea coBsts. Tho only way to grow handsome and healthy trees in such localities, is first to surround ono's farm or garden with a belt of coarso trees liko willow, silver poplar, and evergreens. Ontriiilo of such verpant barriers, tho tree and shrubs, if planted grow lean, lopsided and stunted ; inmdo they stand erect, well developed ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 10 March 1864

Terms of the Tiffia "Tribune," FROM AUGUST 25. 1863. Trrm. f 3.00 per tnntim, payabls In sdreBee ga.jo if opt paid in advance. No subscription taken for a r'ortot peri od thin 6 months and iio .per discon tinued until all irretrres ar paid up, anion at th option of ibe pnMi iier. (KT These term wilt be s'rictl aj hered to hereafter. 1864 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. RD5NIX0 tOM Philadelphia to L'lithnrg 330 MILES OF POUBLE Tf ACK. From all portions of the est, North-Wetland rlon'h.V.'e.l, thia tin. anil lie eon noefone fnim oiiher the thon.!! or Iho be.t mutt to Phi.ad.lphia, N-w Vorli, Notion, Ralnniore and Waahinto. Th tnl,f tilt with confidence el upw. eore connection!, blah ipoed with n.rfaci eaf.tv, and ever, aiioliaa.-. r eomiorl that ran ho pmrarod. Haw and .leeaat paMonrer ran, for dart an. eight ..rile, nave recently b.n a,l.io,l to tin .i (mm ol u.a rean.vi.anla leairal Rail Road. FOUR DAILY THROUGH TRAINS FUOM Vittsburgu to I'biladeltdiial TilftEiJ ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 10 March 1864

TERMS-S2.00 fin ANNUM, IN A OVA IN Hi. JOHN ROBINS, Ed'tof and Publisher. ori'KT-MiAWius-s biock for. Washington & Market St. TIFFIN.)!. MAKCII 10, ICo4. tor rrrHnl lu ltll, ABRAHAM LINCOLN. SENATOR SHERMAN AND THE POMROY CIRCULAR. The followinj letter apppired in the Cincinnalti Untttte, of llio 3rd iiml : To the F.thtor qf lh Gaxelle 1 Tho letter of your correspondent.".!. J. M.." In the ('atrltrof thr'JMh Innt., rn-ahli-a mo lo aiate my aijeney in the dis tribution of a linmpbb t beaded "Th" lu xl PreniilntiBl F.leclion." A mimherof copiea of thia pa.-nnh.lol weri npnt to my room. either by tiiiinke, or with the fraudulent deniirn nf arrtiriup niv frank in lv;nornneo of iln conleiiln. Tin y came lolded and nenled ill the unii al w ar of npecebea and other doi unient", nil were dintrilmted by tho rlerk. on the auppoaition that ihey w cro quito a dill'er int document. A to the I'omroy rireulnr. there in lint ono nnnerlioii in il that I do not believe to he true, and that in the...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 10 March 1864

The Traveler's Guide. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R. R. Ob and after Moaday. Jan. If. 1864, pas senger trains will mn follow! i Oouta Sovtb tAV. milTltll), MIXTA THAI!) finS A.M. f.5 A.M. 7-ns lovis 7:25 11:30 7:45 12M 8:1(1 13 5fl r. M. 8 33 3:00 8:41 9:15 D.40 4:4(1 lira Noam. 0 5 r. M. 11:00 A.M. 4 07 1:00 4 15 1:20 443 2:1(1 6:10 3:5fl 5:: 3 50 AO 4 40 7:18 7-1(1 panausar, Cly.ie, Grees Spring, Watson's, Tiffin, Bcrwbsk, Adrian, Forest, G( Forest Adrian, Iterwick, Tiffin, Watson's, tireen Springs, Civile, JienJuske, P. Ft. W. and Chicago R. R. Co. PASSING FOREST. ooma tmn. M.v!l Express 8 !.' V. M. Nifht Express I 00 I'. M. iDay Express I'mctx-or 13 3C A. M. O0IN9 IARI1IK. Pw Express 4 14 P.M. Night Express 4 4!) A. M. Moil F.xpress. 1U 1)9 A. M. Ticket eau be proonred at the nflice at Forest for flarrlshurg, Baltimore, Philadel phia and New York. PASSING FOREST. J. M. PEARCE, Agent. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., No. 37 rrk Row, NcwTork. rd fiState St., Boston, lire our Agen...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 10 March 1864

Farm and Household. yi lit t it TBI ri,oT WotLO TH.IV1, Diktat I. Ml'fT kltlltR HOLD, 01 BUI'S. From the Country Gentleman and Cultivator. SMALL vs. LARGE FARMS. Farming oporati' ns, like many other, Are often attempted on too ! largo a kculo or the moans of the! operulor. There is no fault more ( conmion tli n ti tins, ( )nr fitrms arc almost all too larjre, nml yet it is tireless, perhaps, to speak of it, except to remind those who have Mimll farm, of tlio fact, and that they can, it they inanago tlieir busi ness well, make more clour profit than is made by those who ow n too ninth land. It is all idle to pro tenJ to lav down exact rules for the number of acres In each farm ;' but tliis limy be m: 9 11 mod, that no ' farmer should occupy more hind titan lie can cmtivaio iiiorouguiy, and thrsu koep in a constant slate j of imprcivcmeiit, as to capacity lori crops. Its extent will then depend on the ability of each occnpiiiit, not only a to physical force, but this combined with oth...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 17 March 1864

Terms (he Tiffin ' Tribute,? ;' from August 25. 1863. Term!. fa.00 per Innum, poyeble In tdveoe-4a 50 if not paid In advance. N subscription taken for a shorter peri btl Ounjj mortbavj dad no paper ibseori tlnued until all arrearages are paid up, j sales at the option of the publisher,' 03"Thcso terms will be strictly ad , be red to hcreaftor. i . ' 1864 PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. ' rl'Sninu FROM Philadelphia to I'ittMliiirff MILKS O- POUULB TRACK.- rom all portions ot tlio ' cot, fTAKh-Wfrt and Snath-Weit. this lino an.) lli enn I'M,,.!,!,,!,,., tt'w Vnrk, II. ..Ion. Iltlii,i,r inj ma, with confidence niel, .peed with WM rele a pun connection. . i.nin.Km. n, irnTeier mi..?, .H.m. ,m..in.-, mi rnminn trial ran h. -neneares. Flew anil eleeant,en..rre,r ear., for .lev find nleil ...vie,, novo iw.'tillt n,a .I.U.I tn th. OQeipsBt.t r lbs Priu,l..nU Canal Mall Koad. . o 1 t'UK DAILY THROUGH TRAINS FROM Pittsburgh to l'.iiladelnli.a. TIIREE DAILY I'ittsburgli TllkhG DAILY liiHULOU I ...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 17 March 1864

SittittWcthln (Tribune TERMS-SJ.OO PER ANNUM, IM aim ami;. JOHN ROBINS, Editor and PuHither. OI I'll I SIIAMIIIM HIAH H. for. Washington & .Market St. 'ti rriNro.7 ma rch" 'W, im. "' Fr I'rrkldcnl III INUI, JBRJH.ni LINCOLN. UNION NATIONAL CONVENTION. Th undersigned, who by origliisl p..lmn,r.,t,,,r.ub,rr,i,r,it dr.ion.t to , till rriraiiclrs, constitute Ihe kxrrutlvc eXimmittee created by the National Coo .11ii1.11 k.i.i i ri, ...i 1 1... iiui. .!,. May, l?t, do hereby call upon all qiili-!l","", Wctl voirrawlio ilcaire the uiicninlitional ' maintenance of lb Union, tlie anprc mai y o( the Constitution, and Hie com plate anppri aiien ol tho tainting reld'l- li.tti ib il I. tliM riiiuM 111. r....l. I.v wi...ir.iMH i air, and all ii't and . ffieicnt mean, to end deli g itra to r eoiiwiilioii lo nnaein- bleat Hai.Tiati.ai:. ir Tiff tr, ink 7'b J.Y or Jta. It 04. at g uVlurk, I..M.B. fur tho purpose ol iirrwiitiug ea11d.1l.1lea fur thtfilliee of I'n ..d. iil and Vice I're.l. lent o...

Publication Title: Tiffin Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tiffin weekly tribune. — 17 March 1864

The Traveler's Guide. The Traveler's Guide. Sandusky, Dayton & Cincinnati R. R. Oa tod utter Monde. Jan. 19, IHG4, rt eager train IH nil a fallow! i Got) Sot'TM .. rtandaskj. Clyd, Green Spring, Vateon', Tiflln, Berwick, Adrian, SMIL TB It. TIPTll 6 (1J a. rMS .7 05 7:34 7:45 10:36 1 1 :3H 19 30 ISM p. ano 9 is 4:50 II 00 A. a. 1:00 I -.90 9:10 3:90 3 60 4 40 710 in 35 Ml 9.40 Goin Nuitm. 4(17 4.15 4 45 6:111 rortol, Adrian, Warwick, Tiffin, Walton's, rc Spring, Clyde, Baadusk, 6:.Kl 6:50 7:10 P. Ft. W. and Chicago R. Co. PASSING FOREST. 045O iniin. Vail rinreo 95 P. M. -Nicl.t Enpre I 00 r. M. D Express rctifrrr 13 36 A. M. oomo t"TAn. T Exnrw . 4 14 P.M. XiKhl El pre 4 40 A. M. Mail Expre 10 W A. M. Ticket ean be proenred at (Ik offl at forest for tlerri.liurif, Dallimore, I'liilaUel bia and Nw York. PASSING FOREST. J. M. PEARCE, Agent. S. M. PETTENGILL & Co., ni..in.. V..V..I .-JMhl."1"11""1 St., Host..n,ara our Agent, for the Tims Viiscss.in thoae eitie, and are authoris...

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