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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 October 1862

Dry Goods. A Further Reduction FIXE SIMMER DRESS GOODS IlMudome Herat ARflRlae) Tbu d7 raduoad to loo. PINE MOZAMBIQXTES Thia day raduoad from 3TH o BOo. ALL STILES Or BI MMEB DRESS GOODS Will ba .old refar'lleaa ol coat. . . ,.i I.UJF. POINTS A; MANTtks Regardr t rout. HOOF SKIRTS. Tru it the ooly house ItMhe fty iht li ti.eei.le o I . ( vv. V ui'j I : . Aa.ee' CeleerkteA Patent flAi inlrt, BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED H0Qf tKlfiTS Always on tuuid at low priia. A discount meJe an kll - . - DRESS GOODS TO The Families of Yoluiiteei-s. Thii it the lut clrmac tela to ue.niade previous to rclT.ng the Urgcst and hn ae.rrt1 tnrfr of . ..4 , J U A & H New Fall Dry Goods .i ' j . - a . . 1m I I'll fcrar otieraa' iu tin. tntrket. S. I. UOl'liUSt,, , 1A1.1 HTKKKT. NO. ee, CORNER MA13 AND 8EC0M flTRRKTk. VANDOttKN, MILIjKK l'OX, Sinvion w.tOHN,VANDORF.N 4 CO ) ..: ' d ii Tr cTo o r s . CHECK, roLARI) INDIA KII Ks, BEST bUANUrt BLACK SILK, plain aNii fancy mokamhiuukii, . rum Paul ins cuoiKK. CHEC...

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. — 9 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. GREAT BATTLE AT CORINTH. CoaiKYK, Miae. ChH,. Correspondent of tit tH Loaii Descent ;i th fbMowinf de tail of the battle at Corinth, On th orn In; of the 3d oar emtpoet vers attacked by th enemy in force, about tix mile north east of Corinth, Wefor nin o'clock tb n (egement became general aod fierce, aod a angoinary battle we fought. Oar men no der Roeecraot Mood p wonderally aod fought with great coolotai aod bravery, but rgimnl after regiment, and brigade after brigade, poured in apon ut and we were forced lowly backward fighting desperately, the rebel poshed forward with determined obeli nacy, and held every foot of advantage ground. Teey outflanked oar inferior force on our left ana were forming in oar rear and w were obliged to fall back (till farther to prevent thie movement tram being accom plished. The enemy were now ineide of oar breast worke paining u backward! toward town whea eWknee pat an end to the fighting ...

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. — 10 October 1862

II U II. fjM ETEK ' & JLOO A N. iadtplre Bttlldlof.no Mai tree. VoiailSraui. - 5 , - By mail porenanaa, laadTeeao,.,,, ( eo Oneoopy personam,.....-.. fh fiariasatreulateafreeef peata la Moot; omry eooaty . Payment m una la adori job PR.nsrxijsrc or Ter eertpon, eeutet on Mn fusees, Ik D beat at;). end at nuauH preset. ' . . Dayton Business Directory. Teens ro ttmniin l Bcsiwtss DrtKretv a Jtfiuir yearly adeertlaere, m line (reue. CrtbeTa 4 ptr tnti 1 tor in month j II for three mouths. ftymnt in eU MM In advene. ' - oix-sr ooVBiiisristEwx. Jfayor. Wltlitra W?tleeple; oBr,'r0r, Main. Jei; !. dteey B. Oaioi ettfc-e, at Mayer's otaee. -'i reevursr. U. W. Beaeei offloe, A. W . Karat A r'. .feheUor. Joeiah Lovell; office, , lie, Aothoay Slepheaa; onto Couaea G ham be. CUa Qmeu- . . Aral tfard Ansa backer and Hugh Wlgmex. , 1 . Heoond Ward klsre Bimm and Htrani etroe Third Ward I. it. allereled and laeo. W. Boxer. SVurih Ward J. A. Miniekand L. L. OUUIand. Fifth Ward Kara Thome and Ge...

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. — 10 October 1862

mmnxt WI, I. bis, -' Mmf.!? FRIDAT, OCTOBER 10, 1861. "THE UNION AS IT WAS. THE CONSTITUTION AS IT IS." [...] this Sign shall we Conquer. [...] this Sign shall we Conquer. DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. aXBCrtOrJ rBOOHD TOMCAT OCTOBSB. " fVDOt OF T" WWIIMt COOBT, ' - Bcrca r.-MBii Of Cuhog. . . u JSCBMAr fit WATB. , WUUAM w UITOia. .. . . , . Of lUnaca. - i. TTOBNBv""P.NF.Al. ' ( LIMA It CltlttHllLO, ' Of Holmea ' ' SCHOOL OOMMfSSIOBBB. CtUBkM W. II. CATMVAKT,' Uf Moutgbmery. uiM or ruTnV nmuo wobes. .JAatatS OABBtB) . ... Of Coshocton. For roNnRmw, CI.KVBBT I. VALI.AIOIOHAH. At'MTOB, . .". nJiJABIlX At. ATBtl, Uf Dayton. it- sheriff, veobk wooamah, Of Harrison. TREaxUkFR. JONATHAN KENIBTi Ot JJaytOO, VV"-10NVK, ALrBED IAMB, Ul Madison. HIIHI LAtSBatBtT, Of Builr. I B F I M A TT B rrr.R, UKUKUE OtTTEB, Of JeBrrson. K Im-PFCTvB, iCOl RIOI.KH, Of Harrison. MMH IUCPEfTOK THOMAS M. JOHN, Of Uayton. MHEUSIOXASIT WAS, THE C05BTI1CT10S 18 IT IS." In this Sign shall we Conquer. ORAISTID RALLY TON...

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. — 10 October 1862

Dry Goods. o . se, CORNER MAIS AMD SIOOKD eTBEET. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX, (Miwovwoii lo JOHN.- VANDOHEN tt 00.) DRY GO O D S . check, foljrd and india bilks, hut buandh black silk, plain and fancy moiambiqi'E", plaid paul de cu01be, CHECK POPLINS. A )arg atock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPISKIRTS BEIT HAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TEAVELLVG MESS GOODS; Plain uvl Check, la grant taiiety. A beautiful line French Organdie, French Lawn, Arena ... . dines and Berage. .i .... . I ' .'i t -n.iU.il j , . i . . til - tun - ULIB COLORED . BEUOEl) Which we are nailing at HA LP PRICE. Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bombailnaa, Black Chaluee, caul k At I I 'II Ml oiegn veiainee, . . . Alua'a Alpeoca., ' umck larnartinee. . .Black Crap Marat . ... Black Ciay. Collar.,,,., Ulack Crane Vail..: 'fe!,T.T?TVJu,,'A Black Wingkanw.. Bl'k Kr.A Hug, Orap. -Slack Print,. , ,:, ' kw tyk'iIliiU'rt,'atJ,'7,',.'. ' Baal naka, a.waty " "' KID GLOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK 3MCA.3STTIlJll3La, Shawls, Lace Points, ...

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. — 10 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. DESPERATE FIGHTING NEAR PERRYVILLE KENTUCKY. FtMTtlU Kf, Oct 8 BrSjrg'a arte taekd Gen McCook't corps near ibis place tetterc)- Tht fighting M drtperate. Geo James S Jackson, el-Congressman of Ken tucky, commanding a division, waa killed. Ova Terrill of Virginia formerly of TsrriU's Battery commanding a brigade, waa serious I wounded. On two occasion the fighting ni band to hand. Tbe Don federate war greatly superior to the Federals ia Bomber. MuGook waa heavily re-enforced, end the battle wai returned to-flv. Tbt fighting waa mainly done by General Rousseau' diiion (formerly Mtteheli's) Col Oeo Webster, oi the Wih Ohio, acting Brigadier Oeneral of the 34th brigade, wat severely wounded. Tbe firing ceased about aevea this evening. Looitvit.it, October A doubtful rumor eayi tbat at tbe cloet of the engagement at Perrvaille tbe rebels had poteion ol part of tbe field. Tbe Government, at to expense of 1200,-1 000, ia about c...

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. — 11 October 1862

r, a., ioetebloto Q.iTtr) I lu By m.o per annum. In adreDeo,, , a a WMKLI iiipmi. ua.'iuy per annam,.....; - .......... ...SI 00 rl'M Knein. mrouiateafree of peeta. in Mont geoer ooanty. Faymeat in advanoe la m4om."W JOB PBINTINO 0( every dawtpHon, exeeuted on "team Prem, la he beat alyta, and ai reaaooeble prloee. rvMjmu mat, ihimiw, n . IIOLLMEYER A LOGAN. fi.M4r BuUdlBaT. HO NlU Bte4. , ' OAILT BMPIM. Dayton Business Directory. Tttvfl ton AaYaattit.ro m ttriwM DtaaorotT Jajriiar yrlr advartiaara, ona lift I1"1 -Khr 4 par raar, I- for nix tnoutha; tl for uire monthi. Wrrxymft in aU mm m advemM, CITY OOVEPUsrMlElsrT, .favr. William H Oillaapini fflc. 10T, Main. .WmAnl. -Htacj B. Uaiu; oittoa, at Maynr'a ottic. 'Vfa urw. D. W. Rawia; omnw, J. W. LanKA ttro, iWeor. -Jouah Loral I; otfl, . Otrk Anthony btaphanai oinca, Council Chamber. CVy 0ancX. rSrat WardAmwi Daokarand Ituh Wiim. , Htoond Ward a-tra Hunm and Uirara Htrong. XU.rU Ward I. ii. Klr'ad and uao. W. Hurri. k '.virm Ward J....

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. — 11 October 1862

"XJaUsi mtuve. 3. Vl ROLLKKTRI w m. t. luu a a. J K-Jter. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1861 ;m iKioi is it ttIs, ' " : ifni ; C07 TlTTTIy IT l - n tbU Sign shall we Conuuer, DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. XKOTVOR HOOKD TRtAT 0) OCTOBUI JODOB of T t'BBMS OOCBT, Of CBthog. fWHRTAKTT'F "TITTt. WILLIAM W. Ae-TtOt-. Of Holmes. kCHIXiL tsl MlrWKmFB. v VHA.Mi.JCH W. M. CATHCA-R-, Of Montoiery. miuUI IdF r.OAKl "F Pt'tH-IC V.US.1S Of Coshocton. For ooiwibsm, C(T -.. VA-.-.A.StAIOHAJB. ' ' ACDtrOB, BKBJAII1N M. ATBK1, 01 Dayton. ("HKKIf F, UKOIOX WOOiBlli Ol llarri-on. TREK-'UkFR, OR AT II A 91 KKSBBST, Ot lRVlon. (VMMlif HNft, ALPKKU 1AM. Ol Mnilwou. WHIHRtTfFW. . . . HK9KV LABWfcBT. Of BuiUr. T IBM A n7TniF; . illCORUlC OSTTBBi Of Jefleraon. PviMrT iiwFFCTOB. Jacob uiuubh, 01 Barriton. punrn lyjpFrrotj. TMOMAB JOIl.H. 01 Dayton. inic?iioi AS IT WAS, ' TIE COK8TIUTI0X AS IT 18." lalhU SLUtn shall wc Conquer, Qt RAND RA LI-'V 8ATUBDAY EVENING. HOS. C. L. VALLA5JDIB1UM And others, will speak at the QOTTII...

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. — 11 October 1862

Dry Goods. o . e e , CORNER MAUI AJIO SECOND STBBBTS. t'AMIIIIRV.V HjTTT-T CP A PrtV (tuimnfl io JOHN, VAKDOBKN CO.) DRY cTo O D S . OBBGK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, HKHT BUANDd BLAUK MLB, PLAIN AND FANCY MOEAktWOURS. 1'LAID PAUL DB UU01BK, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES ANO MISSES HOOPISKIRTS BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING DKESS GOODS; Plala uil Cheek, ta greet variety A beautiful line frvncb Organdies, French Lawn, Greua dines and Bcrajou: .AjpTloi ',' " OLID COLORED BERAGES Wbioh we r MHIng at HALF PEIOB Mourning Dross Goods; Bleak Borahutnce, Black Chelliea, BlAok Dt linai. Black Aipaocaa, ' Mack Tamartltiaa, ' black Orepe vjollara, Black Urape MereU, , Ulaok Lor Valla, Black lilugluniat Miaou Umne Valla ' run Bi'k Fr. Eng. Crapaa, BleukPrinta. OINQHAM9 and CHINTZES. Blew Style Kmbrelderlee, eVo. Baat maka, oaw atyle, KID G OVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our stock Iff largo and desirable, comprising all Ih w-j avai w...

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. — 11 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL INVASION OF PENNSYLVANIA. HMu, Oot 10. -Go. Curuo buhl reowieet. the folloiB dilpetch from Cot Mo- nlry tH)nt, oiMt tbry ftr onw wiTftaoiaR TL tnnk knrM kail til Olhr propcrlf lhT ntdt Mr-wto!, off.rin rbl cri fur It TbT did oo Injurj 10 lt.diidol pr m tkt I h hemH ot Tk rbl fori.- it MttisMtd tt 3.000 Thj r etrtilr tdTtti Ci oo Cbtmbtrtbarft. l (J B0 cui in. u.a ford ir, nd 'to ffporud bin ntr Ht. Tbontt. tbout Mvn milt from httf Thor it no doubt whttor of thm bia; in Morotr.hurrf. Tby cttuinlj ((! t tmlL - To-aifbt wo ktd tho tumor tt us o look, but it wot not oroditui W ctn tk 00 rtiinco, it would only MMpnm nd tbo wtatoa dtttruotion ol lifo tnd prop wtr. CuAinttJUOia Pt.Oct. 10,8 P.M. A boot m i.,..rKk ari in town with rorbinra ftnd tltt of true Ihr wtnt to f Z:$ mtnof town Ttof b,. Urn tore toouioon qimj -. tnirr in tn hor. LtTMT MgCloro tnd hil Piorott Martbtll ht jutt oiio two milta from towu to mert ttao rtb...

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. — 13 October 1862

mum mn tnuiM, it I.uiplr llulldlnff, 110 Mala trt. dailt iHrma. . ivr week, (narabw to IMftHnl,., 10 Mv mail per aiiaum. io adTeooe,., WKIKkV BMPIRKi (Ji.vtpy pornnnnm,. ...II M LIM KNriaaoiruillate.rreeor paste la Mont goinery oouoiy. rayineol in mtuu ia ailoaeea.sji JOB IIl?TXI3a- J vry rtuwtption, -waeutM on Htra freaatM, la ha bf t ttyl. an. t ronN pnoao. Dayton Business Directory. Tee- rna AaTsansiaa ib Bi'siwrss PtsBCToav RnH'tU.ir yearly adrertisers, one line crane, uther 4 per yoar , 9a for bib moatha i $1 for Ihraa nwottie. awVtMaiK W iW ooM w odeum,. ,. , ,, . ..... ilt"ST OOVBBNllEMT. .Wroor. William II. tUlleaple, offle, 10T, afalB. ,i J.u-lAiil. etacy B. Oaiui olB'e, at Mayor' a otuoo. J'raa..or. 1. '. Heeno; othc, J. W. Iiaret A tiro's. Suftcitor. Jomh Loill; otft1., ' Crt Anthony Hwplianai Hic, OoumiI Chamber, t'.'v CbuncU. i r'lrat r 1 Amo. Twkar and HllKh Wltfm. Nftooni Ward alara Biinmaiid Utrain Htrunif. Third Ward 1. II. Kirrxtml and u. W. lU'Kara. ' Fourth Ward....

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. — 13 October 1862

I ffceMSWrS. w , t. boaaa, , lit 1 1 s w i if wii .' 1m ftiintmiw'Vi b .n this Sign we Conquer, DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. in 1 JSDort or TBI! HCPMKJ TOVOT, ' ' " ' ' ;? T'f rTtT, Oi BVaeee. "'. Tfn! arKM. . LfBAM . MlttUrULBl Of Holsses. iwmoot onuMWuifwm, - CasAKt. W. at. CTH1BT, Of Mnniiioiswy. " . JAM 0itfllBi Of Cocfcoctoo. . rm r ,, AVDl'TOB, MAMIM . ATMS. !.' Of Dayton. iHTrr. ucoaeit WMAiti. Of Haerisoa. .UlH 'I TMVfHjjlKK, i .t . ' MIlTHtl k.iT, Of Dsvton. tVMViHHlisj.v'B, . , . ' i ikrBBUltMI.'. 1 OI Mailtaoo. tt. I i WfliaKT TbieWWv. RBaKV LAM BUT, Of Bulla. . 1 ri A Yi ! w.(mn, OfJefferMB. k i77wn. JACOB klBLCK, Of Harrieoa. Ft ot'a in-PEoroa. THonAa at. joum. Of Dajrton. ltO!l, C. L VALLAXDI6I1AM Wtap-. CrERMANTOWN .5 1 .. MONDAY ETENlXtl. OCT. 18. Paaa tha wcrd along tba liita. THE ELECTION. To-raoiTOW you will be callel npon to aaaart your right and free-loin at tba bal. lot-box. Tba titaa for argument and ap peal baa paaaed. Wa have pointad you to tba blighting ruin of...

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. — 13 October 1862

Dry Goods. isr o . o e , t'OKKGR MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. VANDOREN, MILLER & KOX, flNWOll toJOHN, VANDOIIEN CO.) D It Y gTo ODS. CIIEflK, mLRD AND INDIA BII.KK, HKHT HIMKM BLACK F1LK, I'LAIN ANu KANO M-lZAMBI'iUBo, I'LAID PAUL. L'E CUOlIlt, CHECK POPLINS. A lerffn Mtock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW SOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; Plain aad Check, In grMt variety. Vrrncli OrjMidlo, VrencU Uiri),Crdi). J ' ' 1 dlnci and Beraeei. ' , "A jobiot " . ' SOLID. COLORED BERAGF.S ' , Which w art .elllng at RALFPBIOI. ' Mourning1 Dress Goods; elae. HomliNltM,. Slab Phalli.., " '." Bleak tMtalMa, l,Bllwk Aleca, Mack Temartioe, " Black Crape MVreU, ' Black Craie UolLre, ' UeJt Crape, Veile,.' . , lliaik Love Veil., klM k Juiglinmv , , Bl'k r. 'Sag. Crape, Mao Qium. , ne.tmake, new elr!., ." ' ' KIDG OVE8. Short Sach5Iotl' , Kiisters, SII.IC MANTliiAS, Shawls, Law Points, &c. Our stock it Inrge ud desirable, comprising nil the iwvr nad ruritHi ilei and i-'iibne of...

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. — 13 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBELS AT CHAMBERSBURG. naaaiKiuao, Pram Out 11 Tb.a morning the ,Mki dt-mr. Jed tie mat bine, shoes ufihe rallaatr, ai i Vt r.ilfin'K atuik i f th'i L'umtier land Va ey liannwd Corntmiiy, wnuh were at CbkinirfiriKurit, and hm m 4 itia railioad biidifo atbcoiiMid, h tm eat ot ChamOcrebur The; have Mixed about 000 tao(iti-i, and bare alro taken a larjia amount ot aavernmfiil clthin(, which th-y at once exchanged lor their own dilapidated garment, A portion ol their lorce moved tbil morning ta tbt direction ol Oftt)burg. It ia impnuibln to learn tully what the in ternum ot the rehe'a are. Meant are being de nted to capture their eutire party. It baa been aateriained that the rrbrla cr9 ed the Potomao near Clear tpring early yea terday morning; and eutered Vtutiaylvam by Biatnt Yalley: THE REBEL RETREAT. Hiaitaauna, EminiiUburg last ni,tit. Tbe Operator at Car:iale telegraphed thai. arouta reort rebel moving on that place. T...

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. — 14 October 1862

U niuinM itui tfiunoa, li; .,.,1.. n..lllli. lllk Main !- DAILY , JAMFUU.r, rr woek, pavabta WRK.KI.V KMPlHRv . tu Oftdi y pargnnm,...v..f i -tr.-. rdpyoo job tmisTTirc1 Or ar.rr ikMorlption, .lauulad 00 SUam Fituuva, It he dbai tilyle, and at naaonaliM unuaa. , t, ... Dayton Business Directory. RKUiif yrt4ly ftivrtifr, on lm ra.u. 0tli-rit tt p'-ryr; i fur aia monih( JllurUir mouUi. ' ltun4Tl vt aii oat in mivane. h , Dayton Business Directory. CITY GOVERNMENT. .Vivor. William II. (iillwpiri'qmffi, 1U7, Hatn. j-wi-.K.r. L.V Hfci otii , J. W. Drst srdi'. Awtici'w. Juiiih UtVH; olll', ; A nil tony atjh vHjo.CoudoiI Ubmber CWm. . . i. )o . -',r-t W:u-tATno DltT Mi Kuifh WiZMim. ., Hmjori'l WrJ Kr.ra Himin Mii Uimia HtroiiK. riunl Wwr.l -I- U. Kit-r-iJ mii1.4v. W. iimer. K't'irth Wnrl J. A MintoltftHl b. L. UilltlunU. -Kiftti Witrii Mr ThuniHB ttad (IvwrKtt iIitui4U. i itt.Ui Wrtr-IW.. Uv uit JwMib iiwtewr. TvJWRIUfr OnlCKIH. Janritu of Vart. Wm. H. Mchimu y, uiBm, 3lt "'ir Mhiii. John...

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. — 14 October 1862

J. ritHH.!., fcailiuw..''"' WSJ. T. kUUtl) f . TUESDAY. OCTOBKHU, lti. THE UNION AS IT WAS, THE CONSTITUTION AS IT IS." DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET. ELECTION SECOND TUESDAY (14TH) OCTOBER. JODuK F THK KtfREMIt COUIlT, . MCrCS V. EIHHKtf '1. v; . . Of Cuyahoga. . HKf-BRTAIlTTir lTT. . WILLUM W. AHMIXMOIO. . ... or an i - - ATTOWNItV ttr.WF.Wa.T,. " IjTMAM K. rniTVHrlfcl.D, ... v Of Hulipe. , v flcitnoi, (xiMmlssinnFR, CH&HLKH W. It. CATIICART,' -1 - Ol Moiitmerv. KKMItl OF HOARD F lt'Ttl.10 FOIH. Mill OAMHLBf Of Coshocton. j . FOR rnNflRT, C.atfcSIY L, VALL4MDIOnAM. Al'IMTiMI,- - ICIJAN IH H. AtBEl, ' Of Uavton. "IIFHIFF, DIORdl HUUANAH, A i. r Ol Harrison. . TRF'I'KFK. JON ATI! A KKNIIKT. Ol llaylon. OlMMIMHi !!((, AI.PKKU IAMRi Ol Maillsiifl. . . WHIKY INMiT'VroR, ' ! UKAHl t.AMBKKT, Of llmler. INFIUMAKY ninFrTOR, . ' UEOHuRVITTtK, , Of JunVrson. ,',! i POK 1NI'FCTR, JACOB HIULEHi Of Uarnson. FI nt'R lN"PErrR, THOMAS M. JOHN. Ol lavlnn. The Scare Don't Work. We firmly bf licve tlit...

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. — 14 October 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O . 6 O , CORXIR MAIN AND IKCONI) ITBKCTS. VANUOriliN, MILLEH 4 FOX, (tuuwMOll to JOHN, VAJiDOHEN OO ) dry (To o n s . CUKCK, r il.ARD AND INDIA ll.Rrt, bkoi' illtA.NIW ULAUH HII.K, .'LAIN A N.i PA.NUY M' l!MIIUt'li9, I' LAID CAUL UK CHOIllr-., CHECK POPLINS. A lArg flock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS UUHl MAKE AND HliAl'E NOW BO 1. 1). mVELHU liltESS GOODS ; l'Uia ..d Check, tn grout variety. A b.autirul lin. trench Onsndlcs, French Uwqi, Grena. " dines tad Berages. V ;.'. , ... .1 i- c. A job lot . - im . i : n solid coloiiep nnnicrs) Vrulch w are Helling t HALF THICK. ' Mourning-Dres3 Goods; lMv'U I4'.Hii'tA.oeA. ' Dlaok Olmllias. '' . 1 UlrVlli iM.il.it.-,, Ail.k k AllkUXU! Hi iolc luiiiarliiies, liU-k (Jr;ii Oo.Ur. UlH:k LUVY Vt'ila, MI-KH WltU-tiM, ., ui k rr. iviig. urApe liua. iv.uu.. . , O I NO ii WIS aS ; O J tlNTZ fclsC Atew Mijrle Kmbrldrlr Ao ' Boa, nmku, new rtlyle, 1 t . ktd aovic8; Shurt Sacks,' Cloth 1 Dusters, HI LIS. Xvd-A.3SrXIX-L.AB, Shawls, L...

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. — 14 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM THE POTOMAC. WittumwKt, Oct 13. Th Sit Mi. Refimsnt which fees be" on ivlf at Darn Mo 6' dow whir the labels crossed, suctwsded in effectine, a retreat to VVilliainsBort, (Jen. Kiili-yiinmiitelytnltorrinfore-ncuit. ' H meds preparations to bold tba town wiw imv - i Tba rebel croseine, tu effected andec tha pruttctioa of two bwvf cant on lb Virginia lid. As M lha bead ol lbs ooluma lan- de-l oa lb Mer-land side oor picket optucd lively abirmeih with thorn ia which on man ol tho 11 Illinoii Cavalr ni billed. The loss of tho iiem? IH not ascertained. At intervals jetTdy, occasional dischar ge of nnskelr vera heard in ihadireclioa of oar tdnoM, hot thareeull was Dot known. Aa Individual was arrated by the 8th Ma ryland Keflinent, who pretended to be a Ma ryland farmer. Ho ha been identified a a wealth sri-e-slnn farmer, and aa the tudivid ual who euided Lea throeiih Maryland, both on hi advance and retreat ' A etlvuBd br...

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. — 16 October 1862

nuiian nwt umm, n . t UOLLMEYiSIl 4 " LOQAN, liaiuiie BuUdiuf, no Mala aHreet. I DAILY KMV1RB. Per week, (payable to Carrier.. ,.,.., I 10 By owa ear uniun, In mItum,.., t 00 WBIIUir JBMPIUK. Onennnv per annum, ..... HM......I1 00 Buy-rfie tfiarieaeirofllataalTeeef p(iu IB Wont gainery oounty. Payment in advance I e .HaftMi.nM JOB PBINTINa fj or svery deanrlption, executed on Steam Praaaes, II he beat etyle, and at reeeonable prtoea. - . Dayton Business! Directory. Teams vna Aovsartafire ia Buataxee DtBDovoav. Hag-nlar yearly advertieara, on lino gratis, .others 4 per veart ri tor rib months) 91 for three months. eT.Aoffienl in ail oaee. aa adaanee. " OIXTT OOV33ISritEZTT. Mayor. William H Hlilrnnl.) offlc,Ur7Tlin. M-rihal.tttM l B. Cn olriga, at Slayer's ethos. -rrMww-D' , Baca, oitvs,. W,Lret A tiro's. .Sdunfof. JoNittl Lovell; orli.:e, O.fc Anthony Stephen. i oinoe, Council Chamber. LWu OmmU.- ; - -.- , Fir.t Ward Amos Docker and Huifh Wlgxjw. Heoond War,! Kxrft Htmtn and Hiram H...

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. — 16 October 1862

Wig ..Jan-., " j. r, WM, ROLlKtTBM, T. LUUtKi THUB3DAT, OCTOBER H, 1861. CELEBRATION ! , Thert will b a grand Democratic Cl ebration over Montgomsry coonty ad the galUnt "oi" Third, on 8atrjrdajr veii' ing next, in Dytoii. Hon. C. L. Val ' tAHDiaHAM will speak on the occasion. THE "GREAT REACTION" HAS COME. - The "Great Reaction" Am come. It reached the city last night, about half pat 9 o'clock, in the midst of the Abolitien , jollification, by way of a despatch from Columbus, and causrrl the jollifirrs to aketladtll on double quick time. They didn't like tit election returnt from Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania. A majority of Congressmen and the State tickets car ried. Hadn't our Abolition friends better celebrate strain? If their defeat in the . county and old district ia worthy of a, eel ebration, their defeat in the State entitles t u thero surely to another. Celebrate, gentlemen, celebrate, j The Abolition Jollification Last The Abolition Jollification Last Night. The Abolitioni...

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