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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 16 October 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O S Q . CORNER MAIM AND SECOND BTBIET8. ..m,. . , T . ,TT T - ! VANlJORhN, MIljLt.it B 1" "JiV, (Hucceesor. to JOHN, VANDOKEN A CO.) DRY GOODS. CHECK, FOLaRD AND INDIA BILKS, bHHl MIIANUS HkAUK. K1L.K, PLAIN AND FANCY M '7.AMHIQUE8, VLAID CAUL UK CUUlKli, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS BKUT MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD, i.i TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plato and Check, in great variety. A beautiful line ' French Organdlei, French Lawn, Grena dine and Borage. r . A job lot .' ' r SOLID COLOllED BERAGES ; Which w an selling at HALF PRICE. Mourning r Dress Goods; ', Black Boinbaainea, . 1 Black Chalhes, . black Delaines, . Hitvi-k Alpaouai, : " Bla'k Taiuiu-tiDOR. . iilmtk Crpe Mftret, . Black Crape Collara,, . itliwk Cmpe V iU,; t w lilac k Love Vtil, fclark vuig.minf, HI k Kr. Kiik-CnifHM, Blank Prints. GINGHAMS ana OlilNTZKS, lw Style Embrotderleif 4tc Boid make, new stylo K ID GOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth Busters, aiiic mantillas, 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. — 16 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. RUMORED BATTLE AT CENTREVILLE. Washihqto, Oct 15. Tb report prevail d on tha other tide of the Potomac veeterdey " eveoin that the rebel bee advanced to and were fiiiotuia oat Ireopeet Centreville. Prompt arrangement were mad ll aloof cor line to meet ell emergen!, but M do firing u head in thnt direction, 'be alarm sxou subsided. . . SECRETARY CHASE BETTER. Wiramotoa, Oct 15. A. ipeeieJ to the - hji Secretary Cbaee I mooh better. He -" pect to be at the Treasury Department to morrow. I .; . . PARIS OCCUPIED BY GRANGER. Cmcipxati. Oct li Gen Orangw'a ad- vaace took poeteeeioa of Pari, Kentucky to day. A apeciaf to tbe Commercial from Indiana p oli ay that a large portion of (Jen Cartit a army ten Helena eomedaye iince inty ai cended the Misiippi and disembarked at Cap Uirardeea. Itaeir declination ) un known. A REBEL RETREAT. LotnsviLL, Oct 16 There wa skirmishing yesterday all along the line from Herrodeburg to Stanford....

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. — 17 October 1862

, t - ' rSMJSaaS) Wftml M1MMM, ST - ft y : ll'tc M E Y E It' Jt-'LTCi'ZiX NT Umpire Bulldlus;. UO Msla Street. P.. ...Ir r,,v.u to'Oarrirl.'. ..'..'.f.T.t.T....' 10 Hy;ruaM (w annum, la d v.3'r-y wl WlIKtl MVWB. Onoeone per annum,. ....... 00. erfMSriasireuiaies(ieewf pesT In foraoroountjr. , Payteutia advance InaWojwe,. JOB FEINTING orevry ndpon, ewenT? Steam Presses,!,' he tiest aiyle, end el reeeonable prteee. - 1 Dayton.' BusinessDirectdry. Team rot KVnmtim ttmuMMir rTTot.it n i.J' AwluM Una sMi. IMhlM 14 per yeWri fi for fix monthi ; IforThraa month. mrAiumtnt in all com in oJvcme. - " '-- ' ' ' " ' v in .Wiyor. William H. Olllenpie; out", 107, Main. rmnr.-U. W. fUeii vffi.M, JIM, Ilerot AMlialaU aVilor. Jostah Lovell; otn.re, ,a. V Anthony nteuheosi atttp. Council Chsrober. Olv CUuneii. " . . '' . ' I rlrat Ward Amos Docker and Hugh wlgirlm, Heuond Ward ttsra tlimin and Hiram tHrong. ' Third Ward I. U. Klersted and tteo. W. Rogers'. Win Ward-J. A, Uiniclc and t. I. Olllllan.l....

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. — 17 October 1862

sdaUn (Dinntvc. -5 j. r. WM. OLLMBVKU, T. I.OI.AJI. editors.' I'KILMY, OCTOBttt 17, lol.i. . u , , . DEMOCnATIO CELEBHATION ! There will be a grand Democratic Cel ebration over Montgomeijr county and tlie gallant "old" Third, on Saturday even Ing Tiext, in Dayton. Hon. C. L. Vat' 'lamiiouau will sjwuk on the occasion. Official Footings in Montgomery County. We publish below tlie official footings of the vote in this comity ou Tuesday. Tlie Vote lor Bute -uffiiierit was about the satm as for Sniireiud Juilg1: Supreme Judge. Rnnney, Backus), Ranuey's majority, ., i, ; i (Jenjrcss. Yallandigiiain, Schenck, . Vallundigbam's majority, Auditor. t l ijVyre,' ; LaRoHe, Ayres majority, Sheriff. Wogaraan, Davidson, Wogamau's majority, Treasurer. Kenney, Dietrich, Keuney's mnjority. Commissioner. lams, , , Shearer, ) lama' majority . Whisky Inspector, Lambert, . Procuniar,- '" Lambert' majority, "' "' ' ' -4 ( , ' Infirmary Director. Getter, ' "Bowen, Getter's majority. Pork Inspector. Rigler,...

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. — 17 October 1862

Dry Goods. isr o . e e . CORNER MAIN AUD BKvvND BTKKETS. , VAN UURUN, MILLER FOX, (kuooaetl to JOHN, VANDOHEN CO.) DRY GOODS CUECK, roLiRO AND INDIA SILKS, bttar hhands black sii.K, PLAIN AND KANUV MUZAMBIQUE9, 1,1 Air, U1I1I IlL' I'll.UUk' CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES BKdT MAKE ANDBHAPB NOW BOLD. ! hunirntirn ...rr.n nn l 1 UA kLlilU DitbM USUI l)X ! PUdn ud Check, in grtnrt v.ri.tjr. A buuurui lln. rronch Orianaio, Trench Uviu, CreiS. " u irila ; V, ... , A klo.. ' . SOLID' COI.OKKD "BEKAftfeS ( , ' .Wnib w if Uing UAL? PBICK.lV, .. . Mournings) Sr ess Goods; ItUefc BoinonilDHa 'u Black Chflllisa, " . ' i. tiituik lvhkmm. .' . - pitxjk AiptwvM, . V . , ,Uauk Twnartm.a,. ,4, ltlai:k Crti Mareu, . .illauk Cr.u. Collar.,. , Itlauk Vl..j . ,. ., iil:k Lor. Vaila . , . , . MJaukft-iugliaiua, . , ., l.j. . i'. M'fc W.AtelaKa,, lUukA'nlU !T Ww Atylm fiiabreldtvlft jtr. ' J ' Det nutke, new styled i'w'l1 !j t - 3CIT) GJOVEB . Short Sacks; ; Cloth' J Pdstgr?, 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. — 17 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. POTOMAC ARMY NEWS. Niw Tour, Oct IT. Underwriter Rave advanced tu risks for vesnels ailing in tbe I ruck of the Alabama to wr Cant. ISteam frigate '4'iconderago wai lanoched VtSlerdaV 1'. M. Convention of R. R. men yesterday adopted tbe following Urn table to take eneet Hovetn berUth: Through traim leave New York for tht West at 7 A. M , and 6 P. M , and arrive at Htm York at 8 30 A. H . and li M Lear Cincinnati fur tbe East at 8:30 A. M , and 10:30 r. M. The Herald diapatch from Frederiekibnrg ate later advices Irom opposite noeppaius tow report the rtconnoitering party under Uen. Humphrey, which crossed we rowraac thie morning, were met near Sheppardstown by a rebel lores, which opened upon them with an artillery far. Our lorces bad no arti lery with them. They retired across the river, bavins accomtilisbed the object of their reconLoi.auce, and ascertaining that the rebels were mil in torce at thia poi...

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. — 18 October 1862

Umpire Building, HO Mtlt eHrt. ' DttlT HFtM Per mk, (payable to Oarrtere)....i..,..,i..,.S 10 It; mail ruiHiilUM,.M...u, tW WKBKLY B1IFIBI. rtniKnntMrftnniim -. SI 00 STl 11. Ainu Hiriunifinrw ui (wiiwr 111 avuv gomery oounty. Paymentla advance i b in awna.. .Inii. ,'J job miNTiiMcr nr eveideawiptlnn, eseouted so Bteasi Pesetas. In hi Ml IITlli U MWUUl IIM' - - i . rvaussaw imr unuic n j t Dayton Business Directory. TC MA r0 ADTUtlllflt IB BotlRKM DtAUTTOBT Regular e"eerlf dwrttavm ooe hoe grMiau Vihnnt-, i prrMrt ti for lis moathrt; 1 for thra mottUui. Wftijfmmt in ail mmi i adocmM-wk - i. ;-, , . O. U ... l4 rj 1 UU Mijior. William H. Oilleauiej omen, 107, Bun. J.irxVif eWT B. (Jam; oh'., at Mayer's otttoe. 7rs.r.-I. W..Ueeo ((,,". M1 Mf"'! utuuo'-. Joei.h Lovell; onVe, t ,. Anthony Stephen.; office, Council Ch.mber. tfrw OmtieU. ' 1 -'"' Kiral Ward Amo Deekr and Hagh Wlgrim. flenond Ward Bir ttimm end Hi rain Huong. Third Ward I. H. Kleraled and Woo. W. Koiera, fourth Ward J. A. ...

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. — 18 October 1862

1:1 i In (tfmmve. 1 SATUKIMY, 0CT015E11 18, 1862. J. r. BOLlNtf IH, W 1. T. UOAI, The Celebration To-Night. An hs hetn announced, the Democrat and othr loyal citizens propose to celeb-ate to-nitrht, over the overthrow of Abo litionism in this county, the "old" Third District. and the Slato ol Ohio, which for nine long years has b-en under Abolition rule. They linve cause to rejoice and If merry. Fur tlie first time since the com mencement of onr troubles, ligiit lias broken through the Uaikuess which has iurrounded us. Day begins to dawn and hope grows stronger that the Republic may yet be saved. ..When wo reflect upon the obstacles which hud to be overcome, the magnitude of the victory is indeed appar ent The entire power ot the Fedei aland Bute Administrations civil and military money and threats of employers were l.r...,),t l,. Iwsr nL'iiinit the vti'opli' : lilt despite it all, th.-y hsive li-x'ii i" (h"ir might ami won the victory. .To-day Abraham Lixroi.y stnnds con demned by ...

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. — 18 October 1862

Dry Goods. XT O . 6 0, CORNER MAI! AND SECOND STREETS. VANUORKN, MILLER fe FOX, (BuuoaMOta to JOHN, VANDOBEN 00.) DRY gTo O D S . CUECK, FOLJIRi) AND INDIA 81LKH, BUST MIAN US BLACK MILK, PLAIN ANII FANCY MoZAHMqUES, PLAID PAUL VK CUOluK, CHECK POPLINS. A large atock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BUST MAKE AND 8HAPU NOW 80LL. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; - Plain wJ Check, Id great variety. A beautiful lloe Trench Organdie, French Lan oi, Cruua ' dines and Borage.. a . . i urn :i , . e A job lot - - - ' ' . SOUU COLORED DER4GES) Which w in telling at HALF PBICK. .... Mourning Dress Goods; lilaok Bornbaaiaes, , . . Black Chalhea, , . V ., . blank Tainartioei, Hinoti Ompe Marat,, bi-'W Crape Uoi)ari Jtiauk 4Jiap VuLa,; i Uiaok Love Vail. : Mlnjk myhtunf Jirkrr.Afcug.Crapaa, JiUwk Pnitie. . . i.C. OINQIIAMS ana OHINTZKH. New Btyle Kmbrotderloe. t Bout make, now atyle, ; . ' kid a Short Sacks, Cloth ! Dusters, Shawls, Law Points, &c. our ab-k ta large and deHirabl. eonipri.itig nil the n...

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. — 18 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. POTOMAC ARMY NEWS. KtW Yuan, Oct 17. Underwriter hav advanced war rieks for tpswIi tailing in th truck of lb Alat.amelo 6 per emit Steam frigate 'l'iconderago was launched TISUT1T f. M. Convention of R. R. men yesterday adopted th following time table to take efleat Novem ber 17th: 1'hrotiKh trains leave New York for the Wen at 7 A. M , and 6 P. M , and itrne at fiew York at 0 30 A. M . and U at. l.rave Cincinnati for the Kant at 8.30 A. M., and 10:30 Y. M. The Herald $ dispatch from Fredericksburg ayi later advices from opposite Mieppardt town report the reconnoilering party under lien. Humphrey, which crowed the Potomac this murmug, were met uear Sbrppardstowa by a rebel force, which opened upon them with an artillery tire. Uur forces had bo artil lery with theiu. Tbey retired acruea tbe river, having accomplished the object of their recoutioUance, and escertAiuing that the rebels were still in lore at ...

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. — 20 October 1862

riiuim srsav unuNi, n liOLLMEYEH & LOOAN. Iwu)ilr lsutlrtlug. HO Main Street. . DA11.T EllPlni. ' Pt wwk, (p i.rJe to Oarriera)..,.. Uy uiMil per auuuin, in advanoe...... ..I 10 W KKK.LV kjupiuk. Otie'-'iny pArknnum, 91 00 e'ar'Kie Eeries on-ijitUtearree of po.teira hi Mont' gomery ooudtjr. Payrhant in advance in erlQaMS.l job fxixrxiisro or' every dew-riptlrm, .senate-! on Steam Presses, in he tie.t elyle, and at reamiu-itiie pnoea. . Dayton Business Directory. Trams rn Apvrktirino in Burinim Dimctort fWnutr yearly advertisers, one hue gntu. uthere f-t jmr year, e lor mix months; el tor three mouttis. iMT AiyMnt m oU eases in advenes. city a-ovEnisrM:i33sra?, V." " '.trw vtflliam II. Gillespie, office, (bT.'fcaln. .tfi'Aa(!,-Mtft',.y It. Cum; oiti-:e, at Major's oitice. T to. urer. D. w. IUM..e; orh:e, J. W. Darst ireB. AWtcior. Jo.-ili Lovell; otfice, CVifc Anthony diephens, o;nu, Council Chamber. O'y C4reci4.- Ktrnt WAr.in.ii Ie(!knr and Hunh Wi.gniin.il Meoond Ward Usm iiini...

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. — 20 October 1862

mm J. r. HDLLHKVtH, xtr WN. T. LOW AM, I MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1861 IsSI jfyAn erroroomml in ttieofltuUl ab stract of the vol in thw county, as pub liatrad Saturday,- WertpuUi.U U to-day revised ami corrected. The Democratic Jollification. AN IMMF.NSK OATHERINO nO.F!RE8, CAXXOJT.MCSIC Ac GllEAT UKJOIOINO, The Democratic Jollification. The People Speak-Abolitionism Trembles The meeting in the Court House Square, Saturday night to gloiify over the great Democratic victory in this County, the Old" Third District, and the State Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania, waa the largnat ami most enthusiastic ever held in thin city. Although the Jollification was only intended for a local demonstration, there were representatives present from every connty in the District. Old Butler seat up a delegation, accompanied with the Hamilton Artillery. Emly in tho evening, the etrect every direction wcie thronged with people mking their way towards the Court Hoiiso Square. At mveu o'clock Die crowd had become...

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. — 20 October 1862

Dry Goods. isr o . o e CORNIR MAIN AND BEOOND STREETS. V1V1WVRVM jrTT T lii vn VAN DUTCH, IN, IVllJ.j.ll.lt. 00 JJ t- JV (uoee.iorttgJUllN,VANI01lENACO.) CHECK. rI,RD AN!) INDIA BILKS, bkI' MIAMI!) BLACK ttll.K, i'LAIN AN'U KA.XUV M11ZAMIIIQ.UES, I'LAID I'AUL VH CUOIKh,, CHECK POPLINS. A largo clock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP! SKIRTS BUST MAKK AND HHAl'rJ NOW BOLD. TRAYELI.VU MESS GOODS 1'laiu utl Check, la great variety. A beautiful line French Organdies, French Lawns, Grcna dines and Borages.".', a iuut '. ',!' ; ' ., SOLID COLOKtD BER1GCS J Which we are telling at HALF PBIOB. Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Botnbaiinea, Bhtctt Challies, bknek UelAiuu. ill tick AlpHcca, black TKiiikirfinn, it luck Cmpe Maretc. Mlwk Cra j hj O'olhir, ( Uutck Cntpe Vails,, iiiack Loe VhiIs, IfUudt Winhum, VI' k 'r. A hug. Crapes Black i'luiu, t GINGHAMS hX blUNTZKS, 1 Style Ifcrabr older lea, ate. Beit make, mw style, ICI3D G O VE8. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. nw and varied H...

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. — 20 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. RESULT OF THE INDIANA ELECTION. Luikai-oU. Oct 19 Tfce tfemocratio 8tei ticket i letd by from 6,000 8,000 ma jority. Tbe Democrat elect a vUnran, ika Chiud ttu-it four. 1 ha mult la im 10th and 11th district ii unknown. Bulk par- ..I.,,n ih-m Tha Democrat elect a iority in bulb branch ol iho Legislature, whick will secure the election of a Democratic Senator to fill tha vacancy oooaaionad by tha expulsion of JeaM 1. Unght. A BATTLE EXPECTED ON THE POTOMAC. TO MAC. WasbiiiotoX, Oct. It) sets induaa tha general impression mona milttarv reutlemen that tba re Den in fr..t uf McClalU.n will aoon Buhl. II it ev idently crowding them, and they have evinced no disposition to relreal. Tha reason why it i. ikimirhi lb muHt tiiiht la. that MoUellan br moving upon ihearu of the circle through nine near part of the lllue Kid, may get belore Kietaniotid a aoon, ii nt vouusr, uu ih. r.lila cu march down the valley to Staunton. ELECTION ...

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. — 21 October 1862

c . (payable x oerrteMS a, r.yt 7 II f li.H1 er annuin, in euranoe ......... a w WtKKLX KM PIUS. OueejipeenniiAiX, VeT"! ue Knriae oiruiileleafree or postage in Myut- goinryounty. paymentiu advance tn nomm.m , JCJ J3 i'itlWXiJNW I'M of every doanrlpilmi, eromited 00 "leant frees as, It he beet etyle. Mid at renanuatde price. ' t 4" -oM'TTlfcrll0('iw llOLIiMEYEll Ji XOGAN. Umpire Bulldln;, 10 HUl itrwat. DAtliT MRIO.""' - - ; f.-CTT-JTJ Dayton Business Direotorjr. Tuewd vw' .DTitii BotTti DnWIMf ReRtiiar yearly edeerli.ers, one Hue an rati a, uuiers tt im wrt s mr mix mowma; .1 ror in: ire months. 1yMn tn tli MM Ml (VtlYTTV. Minor William II Glllaenial trffl.e. WTl stain. U.ikU.i m.iy-H. Wirt! MfuaMit'4 I '-Murvr. Lf. w . neeaei.uiut!o, 4. w . fare, a oiv . .Mrfwior. Jonah Lorall; olli,-., , 'C.. Anthony tHepheusi.oiao, Council Chamber, Cry ttraiMtt. " . , i,,,.,-. rr..t Want-Amos Darker nd Huirti wlgglm. ., Mm-onil W,tr.t Kara Himin and llirew Biroiig.. Tlurd Wilil-I, U. Kier.net an...

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. — 21 October 1862

j. r, WM. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1862. The Draft—Gov. Tod—the Election. s After the tlYaf hai leei eompttiUd in this County, aud Nome ai hundre'l men wire TireDninK to report themselves In ac cordance with the five days, notice of the Commissioner, it w known that Hen Peter Odlin and Geo. V. Tlovk, Esq. were requested to go to Columbus in be half of these men, who had left, or were required to leave their families In distress, to solicit from Governor lol a Imet ex tension of time to enable them to make suitable preparations for their expected absence. It was known that a large number of these drafted men had families dependent entirely npon their labors for the necessa. ries of life. Almost all of them under ,., nt acr. their children are small, many of them indeed infants, and all of them of such an age that they would necessarily be a charge instead ol an assistance to their mothers. The m iority of the men were farmers. Then corn was not gathered, their tobacco not stripped, their...

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. — 21 October 1862

Dry Goods. it o . e a , CORNER MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. VANOOilKN, MILLEH FOX, (Huoceeson to JOHN, VANDORBN CO.) DRY CTO O D S . CIIKCK, FOLsRO ANIl INDIA 81LK8, HKST HllANll.1 BLACK HILK, PLAIN AND FANCY M'iSUMrlllUE3, PLAID PAUL l& CliOIHK, . CHECK POPLINS. A large touk of LADIES AND MISSES H00P..SKIRTS LEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TKAYELLMI liltLSS GOODS ; ruin Bad Check, In great variety. A beautiiul line French Organdies, FrcncU Lawns, Grcna. dlnrs and Bewcdi.'..; ' '.!""'." ' '" V A jobM " " "' .1 ..' IOUD COLORED IIERAGES Which we are selling at I1ALF PRICE. Mourning Dres3 Goods; Blrfk Uomtwelrtes, ' ' Black Cha1lien, UlrVK lvalue, HlHC'k Trtmartine, Ul-k Cnuie Collars, , biavlt Cmpe Veda, Uitvk Lore VhiIm. lilai-k WiUMluaint. Bl'k Kr. Eng. Crapes, aUlaok lr.mle. GINCJIIAMS Hud , CUINtZEa, Wew Style Kmbroliterlea. fee Bewt make, new ntyle, KID QOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Law Points, &c. i nr stock 1r larae find demriible, ompiimjr, nil ...

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. — 21 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY NIGHT DISPATCHES. MORGAN'S MOVEMENTS AND OPERATIONS. Uoutuxi, Oct ao 1 tba rw0 "P" T....J?. ..lied fro. ava tofilteea ..2 a-aaaded Sumo, among ho" WM Major Seeseal Moraes, ol ""P . " . k itia raeWik Alia Will I a. . John, Bo u shot wrongs. -" dw. - We el.o capture aaa peruuw v.. juha Morgan left Leurenceburg Testerdaj DraiDg, will nbo.1 1.J00 ao.oioaoly purta-l I by Jumont toroaa, whiofc capuuao from Cft a 1 IkA At S o olock thU ajoraini.tliMKior four hun dradof Morgan' alCoJti crank, aulas thU aidaof Barastowo, "P'-T"- barnad a Federal Uain of il n0"1' 61 01 1 1, which were towied. Iboy carried on too wag- ..ri il. huin chame of the train, ex cept Lient Barr of the Tweniy-fourth Ohio, in command, who escaped. The wagooe belong 1 to Wood'e Ditisioo, 30 being empty and . iumilla Moriaa then wvwtua , , i ..nt toward Bardstowo, and about day cWil ally light captured another r cue J-. i - i.tilcnnwn. two miles irom v The Bardsiowu. 1 hence Morgao wea...

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. — 22 October 1862

as rv9Ln araat iimoi( n itJ'i'. liOiiLMKYMli A LOGAN lljj.iirt- Hulldliigt 1IO Mai 11 Street. DAILY KMP1KH. " I'.-r , (p-.vMMo OarriMB) Ity in Ail por ftauuin, In adfanoa,. WKKH.LV HMPUllfi. Jiioi'-Miy Mranimtn, u..M...n., ..i.... ..! OQ y ei'hit iCbpikb irvilai4 itLHi of ttMi)f4t in Mwlit gomery oouuty. I'nymeut tu advance in alutMa.M JOB PBINTINO -i wrory fltwripiinn, executed on Steam Praftaes.f hit style, mid t nH'imlil prtoea. l',WH-'MHareaMBaWaiaaawWri .. e 10 . I Dayton Business Direbtoty. Tkbvd ron Advehtikisu I!t Bluinkm fJia.tCT0BV.ea R. 'rfnl.tr yearly adyertiapra, one line gratia. Uthera ft .rr Tp.ir; for ix month; 91 for three mouUi 4rAiyA4itf in allc4sinatlvatux. CITY GOVERNMENT. (.y U Oiiiii; olh., at My.ir olllei). Ti m.m r. I ). W. tat; olll J. W . Drt Bro's. .Suiicitor. Joniali I.ovpII; oUtoa, Cd' A: Anthony tluipiitfiisi oUtoe, Uouncil Chamber. tirtt W.tr.i Derkpr ami HukU Wixi(im.. , W vrl lr.rti Hi m iti au1 Uirura birun. TlnrJ W ii't I. H- Kiorto-i anil io. W. ...

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. — 22 October 1862

DLLMICtllt, T. t.ltri I . j. r. a Democratic Celebration at Hamilton. J gftllmrt ietnTi7'-of Olii Botlet iv triad arrsnrwrKPtits for a grand eele- brtkm t Hamilton, to-morrow night Among tha spaaker who hvt been invi tod and era exported to ba preaent, ar - Hon. D. W, Voommm, lion. C. L. Vallahmobam, Hon. O. H. PKtttTO, Hon. Aixxmtm Lota, Hon. Sahum. 8. Cos. Thara will ba a "big time," and all who attend will ba amply repaid. i Around. Tho Assessor under the National Tax Law, in this city, R.' P. Bbowh, Esq., haa commenced bin round, calling upon our bnaineae men and other, aasessiug the ' tax which each will have to pay. There will ba some equinaing. bnt, gentlemen, the money niast be forthcoming. The tax may be exorbitant on ome, yet it is the duty of all to obey the law, and pay ir, if not cheerfully, at least promptly. Be readr for " Dr. Taxiratherer " when he Cornea. . Gen. Geo. W. Morgan. ' We observe by" the special to the Cin cinnati Gusette, that the brave and gallant Gen. ...

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