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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 October 1862

Dry Goods. A Further Seduction IN FIXE SIMMER DRESS GOODS HatMlsom Ilerage AnglaUe This ilay rednoed to Oo. FUsTE MOZAMBIQUES Tlii. ilar reduced from 37)$ to 80c. ILL BULKS OC SUMMER DKRBS (ll)ODS Will be Mld regard letm of cott. IjAOe ' points a mantlks to. A h . Regardleaa Of coat, , ECOOP 8KIRT9. Thie it thf only houat In tin city that bu the eale o AmV Celebrated Patent Clap Skirl, va, f ... .1 And alto, BRADLEY'! CELEBRATED HOOP SKIRTS Alwaya on hand it loir price-. A discount mad od nil DRESS GOODS The Families of Volunteers. ".it r k ' i"tt isthtf iMtclMrann aale to bo tufcto preuoui lo reoeiting tho largeat Mid hfMt selected ttook or NewJ Fall Dry Goods EreroAerad in lliin market. , N. P. BOLULASS, 18 MAIS STKKKT. CORNER MAIN AND SECOND 8TBKETB. VANDOHKN, MILLKK & FOX, . (Sucaeaaoiato.ltmN,VANDORENdOO.) b , H,Y O O O S . CHECK, FOLARO ANH INDIA HII.KH, BSltT HUANbd ULACK HII.K, , , PLAIN AND FANCY MoZA II HIOUKH, PLAID PAUL DK CIIOIIIK, CHECK POPLINS. . IH , i large tocl...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. HEADQUARTERS ARMY October 2nd, 1862. Prtat Lincoln arrived at Harper's Fer ry n apteral train from Washington yester day. Ha tu met bv Major Kip aod Captain tjuesoer and eecortsd to Suminr'l headquar ter. pridntWM aocompkiiitd by General McClerwerd, meaibsr of hit staff, Marshal District Columbia, President Baltinor Ohio Railroad and evrel other gentlemen. At Sumner' headquarter b Wat met by Gener al McClallan; alter oordisl interview tha Pres ident accompanied by McClellan, Sumner and brilliant cavalcade compoetd of divuion and brtgadt Qontralo, with oieeibere of ibtir staff, vent to review Sumner' army cor pa on Boli ar Heiithta. Troop presented fan appear one and greeted President and McClellan wub great nthim. " President alio vitited ruik railroad bridge and government build ing at Harper' Kerry when he returned to Bolivar Height and passed the night with Bonner. Tbi imi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 4 October 1862

muHU mar Araaaee, n HOtLMEYER A LOOAN. Kosplre Building. HO Mate Rtrewt. ' DAILY BMPIMU Pur weak. (pavaMele Oarrters) I I hf mall per aoaum, la edvai WEEH.LT Oik eopv par aaaam, . rue Kaetaa wrouletean - gomery eeunty. l"BjrnBBia JOB PKINTINO or evere deanrlpUoa, esamrted on nteam rreeaes, la ia heat trie, and at reaaonable pnoea. M.Plmat. . . 1 00 ee ef peateaa ia Mont sdvaaoeia Boeaee.-si IhUh tnniit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1862. City and Other Matters. Bally for Mad Kiver 1 Mad Kiiariown abip baring fillfd ber quota by enliitment wai not inbject to draft. Carton P. 0 Tho Dayton Pott Offico ill bo eloR'd at 6:43 P. M , until farther no tic. , v , , . i Loit At market, October 4tb, a pocket book containing $i on the State Bank of Indi ana, and 92 on tho Springfield Bnnk. Th finder wilt bo luitably rewarded br leaving it at thii Office. . A Snbltitate. At, aWo bodied young man deairei uo to aay that he wilt go Into the oerrice aa a oubotituto for any drafted man who waota to employ on...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 4 October 1862

KOII.IIITM, T. LVUt'i stdltart. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1862. S. T. WH. TimiuoH b it vis;"': r in coisnniTroii is it li m this Sign shall we Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. eTDC" Of THK H'MIFMR COURT, . wr! uir. Of C.yahoge. ' ' tKCBHTAIlTor STATK. - ,; Of rVnece. .i - TTORNItTT)FNFRAt i - Umax r. critchkiiid, ', , Of Holme. ' . Of Montgomery. MKMBsm or rOAKlTiV rwaic worm. . SAMItB, 0f OosboeUm. for rfMiRr.i. r.KXT L.VALLAIiDieaAIC. AVKITOB, , VESJAM IN M. ATKII, rof Dayton. .. r miBHirr,- BtOltOK WOO A MAS, Of Ltarriaon. TFArRFK, JOKATHAH KKHIT, 01 Ueytoo. ryiMailMt-lONVR, ALrRKO 1AM. Ut Madison. WHIOKtTPFCTOR, IIKKHT LAMSBKT, , Of Butler. : IHFIRMARTTlBFrmR, OIUKOE UtTTIRi ' Of Jefferson. - v FOWK tNHl-F.CTr. JACOB HIULEU, Of Harrison. . vr.nnn lNPEnroH. THOMAS M. JOHN. Ot Unyton. f 7 iw.TTTeoNa-m u 55? HUN " V PASS THE WORD ALONG THE LINE. "TOE I'MOV AS IT WAS, THI COJiSTlU'TlOX IS IT 18." In this Sign shall we Conquer. Democratic Union Meeting AT Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio ON ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 4 October 1862

Dry Goods. 4 A Further Reduction FIXE SIMMER DRESS GOODS Ilandom Berate Angiaiae, Thin day reduced to lOr. FIlsTE MOZAMBIQTJEB This day reduced from 37)$ to 20c, ILL BULKS OF 6VMMKR DRRHS GOODS Wftt be sold regard! ana of cent. LAOK POINTS A MANTLK8 .egardleai. or oat. HOOP SKIRTS. Thii in thit only house it) ih city that haa the nale o Anet' Celebrated Patent Clasp Bklrt, And lino. BRADLEY'I CELEBRATED HOOP SKIRTS Alwaya ott hand at low prioee. A discount made on DRESS GOODS The Families of Volunteer,. Thin li th laat clwunc Mia to be inada previous ko receiving to wrKcit and Wit talented pluck ol . New Fall Dry Goods Ever uttered tu this market. S. P. DOl'GLm, 18 MAIN 8TKKKT. 2sr o . e e , OOKNKK MAIN AND SECOND bTRKKTm. VANDOflliN, M II.LKIt & FOX, lMnvjrm tu JUHN, VANDOT1F.N 0(1 ) DRY GOO S . CIIF.CK, rOLAKP ANI INDIA Ntl.K.S. BEHT H HANDS BLACK Hll.k, I'LAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUE I'l.AID l'ADI, (K CMUIKK, CHECK POPLINS. A large atopk of LADIES AND MISSES H00P1SKIRTS BF.dT MA...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 4 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ROSSEAU ENGAGES THE REBELS. Mr Waihiiiotow, Ky t Oct . On the ap proach of (io. Crittenden' Diviaion a large rebel fore -rmraeiad oaa and a kalf miee from bar. Crittenden foroathaa drew ap in Una of battla. A Ohio batter wa being "biased ia poeitioa ; etielaneool Roeeu com nand eoatiaaaced urrouoding the ane mj. 8000 after vollej of aius-eiv ware fired aad It ia praaamed a general engagement took place, Mr. Maraland aoent of the Poet Office De- uiwu arrived with two wet-on loada of ..! from Nashville ud to tha 10th all - Kefugeee from the ii.terior of Kent-ck are rej irning homeward id tna rear 01 our irmj, Th. ears from the Louisville and Frankfort road proceeded a few mile beyond Lagrange to-day. No rebel aaea. It ie aappoeed that the can will eommeaoe running regularly Beat Sloadav. The report of bnrningof the bridge over the Kentucky rtvr, near rranaion, are laiee, altboogh it ia thought tbey will be destroyed, them. ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 October 1862

"V.'.' - mmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKtms ' flow' rvsitaaes avssv MiiiiiiHi ev BOLLMKYER 4 LOOA. Biapir Building, HO Mala area..'.': , iU OAIL.W asMriSBV Pf mwk. (sataNe l ftrtwi), Kfin.ll r uiun, liradvaeoe. WKKK.Lt Biatrial:. OiUKtmv Mrtnnum. W"Vn llHhm mrcAtfnft of pU)r la Mont go wary ootutty. rjront iniTao mi JOB PRINTING ' '" MONDAY, OCTOBER , 166J. ' City and Other Matters. 4th Pag The Commiiwiom'r'i Iortcti. ' tioni to Drmftd Men, will b (oaA on the Indl endenU ! The regular meeting of the IndeiianduDt t ire coupaoy mil oe oeia j thii, (Mondaj) eeping, at 7 ocrlcli.. Let there be a full attendance. . E. S. ALLAN, Sec'y. ' Killed We arei' informed that a lad bj the naaie of Barnhard, feiterdaj evening fell ' from a tree ea the hill, Baet of the cltj, and wae ao badly injured that be died eeon after- . wards. . ' " '" " ' Upholstery. We call the particular at-' tention of our reader to the advertisement of Mr. Charles Raschke.1 He it a clever man and an excellent workman, 4 jnd his pri...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 October 1862

mi CHwa A IT wis, : - - Til C0S8IIUH0S il it iv In this Sign shall we Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. (LECTION BECOKD TtlKaPAT (14th) OCTOBER. JCPOI OF TH arVnEMB COURT, Of Cuyahoga. rcrftkTTf wrTr., WILLIAM W. tITKO0, j Of Seneca. ' ATToaflBv'TlFNKRAi., LYMAN H. CHlTllirlKLD, , Of Holmes. ( , SCHOOl, COMMIWOTirR, CHAHL1CM W. M. C ATHCARTt' I ...M..4Me M?01"0?' , ., MKMBSB OF r.nARD "F TttflMC WOKl. Ut Cosboctun. FOR .M. !. A" V ALL AJIDIGIIai AtllrtB. BNJAMIM M ATBBIi Ot Devtou. wMFHirr, U COR OK WOOAMAM, 01 Hamsun. TF I'hFR. JOKATIIAN KUIIIT, . Ol lletton. rrMt'.-iNF., ALKNICU IAMB. Ot .M' it nun. W?tRT N-PFI,', 1 AMBKRT, . . , . Ot B .iler. 1 1 r l' M a ny"? I " F rT"W, . - atORuHOKTIKK, " Ot JnOirion, pO"K t i-FC B, . JACOB RIOI R.lt, J ' - - Of Harrison. - -i ptnriw iN-PErTOW. TMO AB M. JOHN. 01 Dsjton. . , Come. THE PASS THE WORD ALONQ LINE. I'XIOS AS IT THE COXBTITTTION AB IT IS." In this Sign shall we Conquer. Democratic Union Meeting AT Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio ON Thu...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 October 1862

Dry Goods. A Further Reduction f akvuuv vivu ltf , llundKome Berage AnKlalscj, Thie day reduced la 10c. j FINE 3VlOZA.3tBIGiXJES t Thin day reduced from J74 to JOo. I .. ALL BTTLE8 OF BUMMER DRESS WOODS Will be nold regardleaa of ooet. lack points mantles - , ' ' " " " , legardJew 6f cont. ( ' ' , .0-' .r , ,i . ; .. """ HOOP'SK IRT8. Thla it the only bouae In the oily lhl haa tlx Ml o . Ainu' Celebrated i Patent I'lrwp Skirt. '',.'! I ' 1 And llM, i.'r' , , BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED HOOP SKIRTS ' Always on baud el low priceii.'A discount madn on at. - DBE88 GOODS TO . . .. , ' The Families of Volunteers. Thit Is the leatoleeraoee aele to bo mad crem v n reoaMuf the large at and bust .-elected lock of New Fall Dry Goods Lver offered lu thu market H. P. DOUGLASS, 7 MA II BTRKKT.' COKNKIl MAIN AND BECOND HTBRETH. VANDOltKN, MILLKK KOX, (HbwoiIoJOHN, VANDOREN A OO.) ; ID n Y Gr O O D 8 . t-IIECK, rOLAHIt AND INDIA t)II.K4, BWHT ItUANbd ULACK HI1.K. ' ' I'LAIN AMI KANCT MuZAMBKJUKH, i r I MI...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. RUMORED BATTLE IN SARCOXIE. 8BioriLD, Mo, Oct I The- eorreepoo dent A tbe Mteootiri U.mocr Ut eveoma- remur were ul U loand al rullerr fc'iug u IB dlrreuuB ol tUrouaw, Uil were deemed nnreliabi. To dJf thee rumor id crruri end by noon word wa received that GU bad taken place. lb enemy' lorear niikaown ud e ka no. yt lni reeult. A ! frota McBride' command earn in to-da and Irom bim wo Imio thai nearly every kbit boditd men in th northern por tiow of Arkauaa M ithc a con ton pt or ft Mtu i'bfttr treatment i rpreated M cruel Their home arc robbed by irnwl band of plunderer wbo ute man wilh all the property that can ba of any in lo their tjmy, leaving wemeo and childran to iarv fo want of wecsueary lood: ' ' i Advicea Irom Snrcotie of Sept 25th tte that two brigade of the Kaua army bad arrived there. Tb rebel Coflee with 3000 men wa at Newlon, 1& mile watt of that place, when Soloenan'a advau iw a Bard arrived, but a rebe...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 October 1862

noLLMEYEB A LOOAN t empire BaUdlng, 110 Main Bti-eat. DAILY MPlR. Per weh, rBrMB Carrier). 10 . 00, ..! 00 It jr mul per annum, tadva. WIIMT ! M-flM Kriu relale free of pvatag " M"" gomery oounly.. Payment In dvanoia jobpbintino"'";;'!,". of every dawiriptton, eaitet on Swan PreiaM.la he tout atyla, aud at reaeonabte prtc. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1862. City and Other Matters. 8th' Cavalry Eegiment Reorniu an wanted for a t'uvalry company, it is oj r the euiest branch of the lerTioa. Hortet and ererj thing ) farniahed.,, 9100 Boanty ; $23, and one month'i paj In advance ; 910 to each man in addition: Pay from day of en liitment. ', Come, men, join the Cavalry Com- W. W. WOODWARD, Capt. V. FRIES 1st. AND F. GALLIDAY, 2d Lieutenants. . tanaataii-iiii: Headquarters at the Court House. The Evidenca We hare the eridenoe direct that Capt Mike Ganckel wu taken prisoner by the rebel, between Nashville and Bowling Green. Private Kobler, of the 35th Ohio, and one or two other., not being able to m...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 October 1862

m this Sign shall ve Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. AXICTlO.1 SECOND TCE8DAY (1t) OCTOMK. jcpob or thi'SUVfem court. Kiirni p.uuicr, . Of Cuyahoga. . . MOBSTAKTOr BTATli. WILLIAM W. ABlUTHOMIl, Of Seneca. ATTOBNRv'oSINERAt, MUM B. CRIMHillBLOi Of Uolmes. ' SCHOOL r0MMIflSlO!rR, ' CHABLaCM W. Hi CATHCART,; Of Montgomery. MF.MBIB OF hOARD (IF PUBLIC WORKS. . JABBI OAMBLB) ( Of Coshocton. FOR IXINORB.H, CI.KVKHT L. VALLAKDIUBAM. AITITOB, ajAMix m. atrii, ": Of Dayton. CW SHERIFF, . UtOBSB WOBAHA1, . Of Harrison. TRKAHUREK, JONATHAN KKHEI, Ot l)ayton.i . i OOMMIfWlONFR, ' Of Madison. whirf Inspector, HURT LAMBERt, Of Butler. IWFIRMArTmRKOTOB, IIEORUI SITTER, , Of Jefferson. ' FORK INHPFCTOR. JACOB RJOLKK, Of Harriion. FI,nR INSPECTOR. THOBAI M. JOHN. Ot Dayton. . DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. Come. PASS WORD ALONG THE LINE. "THIl'XIOX AS IT WAS, TBI COXSTITCTIOH AS IT 18." In this Sign shall we Conquer Democratic Union Meeting AT Lebanon, Warren County, Ohio ON ON Thursday, October 9, at ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 October 1862

Dry Goods. A Further Reduction HI ' i FINE SUMMER DRESS IlatDdsome Berage Anlale Thti da reduoad lo 10c. PINE MOZAMBIQUES Thia day raduced from 37)4 to tor.. A LI 8TILKS OF Sl'MMKR DRK88 WOODS Will b aold regardlee of coal. I,AOK POINTS" di'.MANTl.tB t.,, VitiT- tl'tT - in. 11'. 'l .( ' v4 HOOP; 8K.I RTfl, !. rrn -:i n. ,'-,,.."': , I,.' ((')' 1 nil Is tha only bODHe ttt tb tetty thai has ih ant. o -.i . . -.( mi : '.! '('i - ' Ame Celebrated Ptent CUhj,i Skirt, f. - l; it V.m. ... ' ' t r. ..t.,: 'I .ri .1) l( i ...And also, , , .... L J ,. nl OxJ 'T V r v. a . ',i . s; - BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED HOOP SKiRTS Alwayt on band at low pneaaX -ok diacomrt mad nn , , ", ' : '" DEES8 GOODS The Families of Volunteers. This ii tlTeTea. clearance eals to b mad Wtions to receiving hm largest and best ..eleaiad JttQk nf , " a o o'a is h" New Fall Dry Goods Kver o flared tu trim niArkal. N. P. D010I-AH8, t M AI" BTKKICT. 3ST O . S e ", CORNER MAFIA AND BfeCOND STBKETg. VANUORKN, MIrHR & FOX, dnw...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBELS AT FRANKFORT. Louisvuxa, Oct 6 f M telerrapbie oom maaioatioa with Bsntdatows baa juat been re etored. The wires will keep peaoa with oar army, at it proceed eoathward. The rebels inaugurated Richard Howe, for floveraoo of Kentucky. At Frankfort Bragg and Humphrey Mar- lu 1 1 nftda kitta ftnl LlTttinn L Kirh Smith waa there, Beoko.r waa expected but was not present at 6 In the afternoon. The rebels burned the railroad bridges Hereupon an tneir iniantry leu lor toe Bonm. Rebels cut off one span of the bridge to South Frankfort; soon thereafter Scot's cavalry departed. SOUTHERN NEWS. WAsaiKOTon, Oct 6 The Richmond pers of Saturday are received. oogrese again mui-1 eaiee aa adjournment eoincident with a feel-1 ing of depression and apprehension in the public mind. The special acquiescence in the Executive management right or wrong, has brought to us ita bitter fruit. . , A cloee, vigilant and firm performance of congr...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 October 1862

nium avaat. inumii tr IIOLLMEYEH A LOGAN. Gmplre Building, HO Mala Street. DAILY , KHrIKB. Per eek, (payable la Oarrlera)............,.. 10 by inMl per eanum, la adTanca,... ,ihi. f 00 WtKKLV EHPIRE. Oae copy per annum H . 91 00 ewrtie Hariaa oirculateefree of postage ia Mont goaierj eounty. rayment in aaTaau in mi JOB milTTIltfGr , of ererj description. executed on Steam Preaaes, la he IwhI style, and at reasouatjle prices Dayton Business Directory. Tcana roa ADTiaTiatwo iff BuilifiM DtaxcroaT Regular yearly adrertisers, ona Una gratia. Othara 14 per yeerj Si for six monthai 91 for Three montha. mrjmjfmtnt in all caiet in advance. OITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor. William H. Gillespie; office, 107, Bfaln. M vihal. Btaoy B. Cain; office, at Haynr'a office. 7m.iw.-I). W. Reese; office, J. W. Darst Bro'a. .Sn4teitor.Josiah LoTell; office, Oerk Anthony Stephens; otttoe, Council Chamber. C.fu Council. Pint Ward Amoa Decker and Hugh Wlgtlm. flecond Ward l?.ra Bimm and Hiram tstrone;. Third Ward 1....

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 October 1862

. r. ROILMKTCIL WM. T. LOU A , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1862. nsi iiioi as it via, ' tai COJSTITTTIOX it IT U." . In this Sign shall we Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. CLBCTIOM BJKOOKD TUBelAY lve) OOTOBE. JCMB OF THt'grVjlKMB COllBT. iicrtia P. HAMNatY, Of Cwyaboga. iCIIKT1lT OF STATU, WILLIAM W. AMMaTHONtt. Of Seneca. ATTOfcNIT0NERAI., ktaii h. caiTcnriELD, ' Of Holme. tK'HiKlL COMMISSION KR, I HiHtK W. H. CATUCAHf i Of Montgomery. KUIill OF r.OARD OF PVB1.I0 WOKE JAMBS WAMBLE, Of Coebocton. FOR CONORS, C'.KMKBT L. VALLAMDIOHAM. AUDITOR, ' ' BSMJAM1N M. ATRII, Of Dayton. r" BHKHITF, UBOROn WMAII1, Of Harrison. TRKAKUSER. JOHATHA.1 KKMNKV, ()t Dayton. OOMMIRsTONFR, ALVRED IAMSi Of Maditou WHISKY INSPECTOR, RIIRY LAMBBRT, Of Bailer. INFIRMARY PIRFCTOR. BEOHUK SETTER, Of Jefferson. PORK INSPECTOR. JACOB RIQLEK, Of Harrison. FIM'R INSPECTOR. THOMAS M. JOHN. Of Dayton. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. Come. PASS WORD ALONG THE LINE. "THECXIOX AS II WAS, TBI COXSTIU'TIOX AS IT I8.n In this Sign ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 October 1862

Dry Goods. A Further Reduction IN UE SIMMER DRESS GOODS Ilandiome nera ADglalne Thi day reduced to 10c. PINH MOZAMBIQUE8 Thi, iky reduced from 37) lo tcv. ALL 8TTLKS OF oTMMKR DRKhH (.OODH Will be old regardless of cost. LACK POINTS A. MANTLK8 , Regardless nf rout. - r . HOOP SK IRTS. Thle it the oily hotiM In the en y that hu iIm ml o Amei Celebrated Pntent Tlsup Hklrt, And alio, ; ' ;' ' BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED HOOP SKIRTS . , -! ; - Always ou hau4 et low pneee. - A discount insd on Nil DRESS GOODS The Families or Volunteers. 1 I fre ol to receinna the lemest And best relected stor New' Fall Dry "Goods Kver ottered in (his niArkel, H. P. DOlULASti, 16 MAIN 8TKKKT. xtf o ."" e a , ' OORNIR MAIM AND SECOND HTRRKTS. VANDORKN, MILLKU & l't)X, . (Su;soiAiojons,VANDoitE?ri co.).;'. D R -Y G O O T) S . CHFCK, rtlLUKD AND IMllA HILKK, UKSr HliANU-J UkACk Sil.li, PLAIN AND FANCY MiiZAMBKJI'I-M, rLAlLi fAUl. J'f. CllUiltr., CHECK POPLINS. . i - . A Urge tnrk o( - v. : - - LADIES AND MISSES...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBELS GOING SOUTHWARD. Looiitilli, Ort 7ih. Midolirht Lexington enoaxlv evacuated by the rebel, and lent to Camp Dick Rcbinscm 7000 barrel of Pork from Cbenoult't k Co', packed on their own ' account and for other partiee moetly Seces sionists. They alto took $56,000 worth of jean and linJeev, from Oldham, Scott k Bro, which thary hare made Into elotbing. 1 la rebel paid for tbete good In Con W-1 erate Script, unlet tn owner reiuaea to re ceive It, la which event ao consideration wa given Reliable individual from Lexington, who have conferred with rebel toldiere, are confi dent that a battle matt ou before tb reb el leave Kentucky. Rebel aoldier tell them they prefer being killed or captured and paroled rather than march over the monntoine attain Tbi aeem to be the conclusion of the whole rebel army. FROM KENTUCKY. Lomsviu.i, Oct 7 Gen Gilbert with hit corn i at Lebanon. li it wppotcd here by military men that the whole ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 October 1862

rvstawa svaer utojiw, m i UOLLMEYER d LOQAN.j ' llnplre BalMlaa;, HO Malm Street. : DAibT ianu, . P.r week, (nt-Nt Oxnn).Mil By anil per annua), InadTenoo, i, mi -I 10 f Be- WC1UI IMUI. Oneeopy nrannnm,...,..,...e......Mi...tl 4TTiie Jewries c-treuJeiea ft ee of pestex la Moot .oraery county, payment In sUranee Is all MW. 'I M. JOB PBIMTINa W every description, executed Bteant PraaSM.ta he beet atyle. and lit reasonable price. . . . , , , Dayton Business Directory. lun rot tinnffin t Brstwxa DmaorT Regular yearly adrertisers, on line cretin. Others . pr tmti 42 for tlx inonthsi 91 for thro months. rAumnl wi snaei in eareemr. oinr GrO"VERisrivtErjT. jlnyor. Wlllism H. CMIIi4 of-, 107, Main. .VtireAoi. tiucy B. Cam; omce, at Mayor's ottVe. JVemrer. I). VT. Heei enVe, J. W. bant A Brs. Solicitor. Joeiah Lorell; oflk't, IMrtk . Anthony teheo; offiue, Council Chmbr. Vtty Cbunrtl. First Ward Amos Decker end Htifjh Wlrim. Maoonrl Ward rSrra Bimm end Hiram NtronK. Third Ward I. II. Kle rate...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 October 1862

r. OLt,MCTiCR, " "J BUr.. TBCRSDAT, FS5H? OCTOBER , 186J. ! 1 IJWgB!?1 r7- . ....... - .. -..4 . n this Sign shall we Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. C.1CTIOH 0OD TSSHDAT flera) OCTOatH. jcdob of th sreMMie cocrt, Keren r. MAHMKV, Of Caiaaoga. SBCaMAIlToF STATt. WILLIAM W. ASAMSTROHO. or 8c. AT"rOFWYOFIFAl., 1.1 HAM . (HmHTltUU, Of Holm. HOBOOL COM MISHIOSKR, (HitLM W. M. CATHCAKT Of Montgomery. M&MBKk OF t.OAUuTlF PrBI.IC WOBK JAMK UAVBLK, 01 CoihortOD. FOR niMlRKS, CVKWKNT .. VALL ASDIttH ASIt AI'DITOR, ItilJAMIJI M. AYRBS, Of Dayton, rw sheriff, WatORWaC WUWAMAH, Of Qsrriaoo. TRFAM'KFR. JONATHAN H.fcSMatf , ; Ol lievtoo. tvvvt.iiNR, ALKRRU IAMI, Ol Ma'lisun WHI'KT I vr-FCTm. HKNRV LAMKHT, Of Batter. lwriAii7TuiFrT", 6KVBUC KCTTlCR, Of Jefferson. FrR iwffctvr, JACOB RIOLEH, Of Harrison. Ft nt'R tFE(T0t. THOMAS M. JOHN. Of A'avion. GRAND RALLY TON SATURDAY EVENING. 110. C. L AUAM)IG1UM And others, will speak at the OOUBT HOTTSE In Carton, on eatunlay ntirht, 11th inst. . Our ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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