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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 October 1862

Dry Goods. CORNKR MAIN AND SECOND STREET. VANUOKEN, MILLEK & FOX. (Suooeaaota to JOHN, VANUOKEN CO.) DEY G0 O D S . CHUCK. niMllll AMU INDIA 81LK8, liKSl' IIUAMid BLACK fjll.K, i'LAIN ANli FANCY MoZA M MIQIIES, 1'LAID l'AUL DK CliolllK., CHECK POPLINS. ' A large atocV. of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPJ SKIRTS BKST MAKE AND SUAI'H NOW BOLD. TKAYELlAG iTTlLSS GOODS; Plain and Chet'k, in great variety. , . . A bvauuiul liae , . f'rench Organdies, French lawns, Creua , dines and Bcragos. A jolllot SOLIIl COJLOItEU UtRACtSl Which wo Are tolling at HALF PBICIC. '. Mourning Dress Goods; It lak Bom fi nines, , Shirk Challies, - ' , ..lack IVIiuiich, ., kihu-k Al.anu,ti, , , . . hlvk TnniHrtuif'S, ' '. . Bltick Crape Marets, , ,t. . lilivk Crape Com, U-k Cmpe Vail,. Ulaok Love Toils, Uuwk WiuiiAm . Ul'k Ft. A jLiig. Cmim, iilauk iiuiu. . . illNOXIAMa ulla ClIIX'l'ZEH, New Ht) t Kiiibroltlcrlea, 4bC. Bout make, new atyle, . i , kid Go;ri. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace ...

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. — 22 October 1862

BY Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL FORCES. SruvoriELD, Ua. Oct Jl A prisoner in lb cm sip uf Ueo- Rains who uapl St th lias of th light of NVstonia, jive the follow inn acaosot uf Ik conditio f the rehwli ub the uu'hwesl bVr. boldiars My Mo Bride aod Parser sad ,Wv 10.000 and Rains bad 14,000 ua thousand of whoa, onlr, are efficient. Cooper 8,000, and Cofl" and Shelby from 4,000 to ,00Q. Beside tb.es BtoaowaiU bad 1,650 Indiana Tbt gcnarai plan of tb invasion of Miato i ri was, lb rbl would march, in tare col li mi, under Coopar, Paraona and Rainr 1 ha Grit point to ba tan war Springfield, llnnnt Vernoa and Roll- The. thought tbars onlr about 8,000 Feder al urooi in the 8 tata, and the capture of Jeff raon Vnj and SL Louis woald ba an attar 1 Uindmaa made a speh in which ha prom ised lb atara and itnpae would float along the htuwitppi and Missouri rivers be for Christ mas i Tb rebel arm i reported as In a frightful condition. Ooljr abuut tar-fortb of...

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. — 23 October 1862

i.n ii rc.u.nao BVBaV imMOT, III O LLMKVKR & L.OOAN Cinplro llulldlng, 1IO Main Street. daily Ktinna. at x-lc. (iiavalile to Oemer.)...... Ay mail per annum, in eilvAiMie wo WKKK.LT kmimuh. lOnainnV DeTMnuin. - - V w oar i'ueEaeiBB circulates free of pesleKe IB Mont ffnineryoounty. 1'aymenl in aiivanoe in eHuases."M JOB IFHHSTTXITGr . nf every .learription, executed on rlteara Preeaee, In he beat atvle, end at raaaonatile prieee. , , MMMwMMMMaaaeataaBaaxexeBeaaiea .h i . oaaeaiaBSB BBBHBBBBBBanaoawa. iwiiiNiiiiaipaaaaaaaaaaaeweeweaaaaaBeHaaaawaaaww,wjaJ T- - 11 1 1 i . . . mm tin :mmmmm I I ... . , . I VOL. XIV. DAYTON, OHIO: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23, ..1862." , r(Tf,Sa ' 9 t 1 9 - fl ' Ul) wne vmo. ..,- IN U4kLT. Omi n ftiHi, iur uar ... -4 I V BUJftl1, ffMK,,M .....(..e.. "S . iKpuu-e, oue .fuuare, tliri inure, jix ou muniD . ur uont h, 7 ' IN WaKKI.V .( . I .f m, iiflC' Tjtimv(thtT' weitlw, wif we4fi mi riaiiiiiM1 iB a' I tt a4UMre,st'ti ifkiq additiMi,?..... ....,e,.. - i r nuua...

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. — 23 October 1862

Qjutmvc. s ' FKUlAY, OCIOBIirl 14. Is. SfJ IUl-lt-'rt ,mm ; Iowa Election. The Duboqo (tiwe) ' ZsreM erf th 20ih innt., ha wnm from' twniyighi counties. They ahow a Democratic gain of 7.760 vote eince lest Tar. when the Alioliiiun tnajority o the IStat waa 18, 71 for Kiikwood for jhvnior. Mor than half of the Abolition majority of last year hw been, iherefbie, awept wty already. The Result in Ohio. TV special to the Cincinnati Qantttt, fiom Columbus, says: "Th Secretary of Stat has received official returns of the lata elevtiuo ftom aeventy-fiv counties. IUnnry'a innjority no far is fi thousand nine huudtett and seventT-wue. The re- pott I offi.ial an 1 tinufiu-ial majoritie of tha remaining toimtiea aia about equally divided, ao that these tigure will not be materially chanirwl. Ranner, however, runa fully nix huudrvil and Hlty ahead ol hi ticket." An Usual. The Journal thia morning, in comment ing un the mwting fur the relirf of the jiimi1-, lust ti'ght, tHkra occasion to lug in i...

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. — 23 October 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O . O O , OOtlNKIl MAIN AND BBOOND STREETS. VANDOttKN, MILLEU & FOX, (Suoooaaota lo JOII N, Y'ANDOR EN A CO.) D It Y CTO ODB. OllhX'K, roL'KI) AND INDIA BILKS, 11 -.!' IIUt.VIH ULAUK BILK, PLAIN A.Nli r'A.NUV SMZAMIllCiUES, I' LAID PAUL Lib! CllUIUh, CHECK POPLINS. A targe atonk of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPJ SKIRTS' II KMT MAkK AND DHAl'K MOW SOLD. TKAYEUXti MESS GOODS ; Plain Kali Check, In great variety. A beautiful Una Vreiit-h Organdies, French Lawns, (ireiia Ulucs nd Beragoi. A nh lot Ml I, III t'OM)lli:U UUKAtiUS I Which wo are acllino, at HALF PBICK. Ifiourning Dress Goods; lllavk Uotnhaainea, Blnok Ohnllien, hl-vik Dflituiwn, Bluett AlpfuHnit, iihu'k TiriiMrtiiifii, Aliiutk Urn) MarotX, liirtttk i,rte Uoll.'ini. Mitfk Crap VitMtd iilH!l( Love Vniln, Uliw-k rfin(hliiK, Hi k Kr. Kug. Crap,. Ulack i'rinu. (IINGUAMH Rna OJtllNTZKS, kilyl Km braider lee, (9k HoMt nmlip, new tyln, ICITJ O OVKB. Slwrt Sucks, Cloth Dusters. SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c...

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. — 23 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. F,.t.i. M..I.HK. Oot JJ All the eje-ieloeed eh.nu.ai l'i.rtm..uih, V, ih rt in oaoiber has .di-i.tr diau, ..red nb ail h-ir tool, Ii Miid-ra)u 4 iai in Bar sBeaeuuiee) wa ... u-.-M...- i i I 1 m rr'tisAiriyluis, Oel 23 Liitlenf any Impor tant u attached 10 ib rumor which are oc casional? rariTed here and eleewhere tbat Oca. kUCIellaB te to be tupereeded by Qea. Booker ia tbe Command of tbe army of the FH. Btte Enquiries bae. beea Bade KMJay 1' Belly well lufurmrd circlet, bat nothing U known batercr 10 give hatit to each re rte Bewdee, Uenerel Hooker Bat mat torn ciently revOTtred don hit wound to lake tbe told A Bomber of merchant and other b .tines men, are urging luub measures a will speedily open lb entire Mississii.pl river lo eottimerc. It i believed that plan with thia view re ander eon.idei ation. A corr p B I. Di from Mexico tbow iballh eoniiitut ed aaihoriliee there are making tbe belt pre ...

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. — 25 October 1862

HOLLMEYEln' A' L6QAN. , j enrr Bulldlnf , 110 Malm atroet. DAILY (Mvablebs Oarrlere,.. a it . by road per uiui,lalnm,. wreklt . stria. OneAoi MAAOT Br KBDlim .... aeTThe BrriBsoirauleteefreeof peetege la Mont- ge mery oouaiy. paytaeat la ad IB aMe job iii,iKrTi3sra- or every aWrtptlon., eieeated en Mm f 1,11 he neat Bty le, Mia e l ihm i mm yi in... Dayton Business Directory. Tseas roi AoTsaTiine in Botis DiascTeav.. Regular fnhr advertisers, m line gratis. Others at dot rear iBInM anoatha i 1 tot um saooihe. mrfmmu te mil nw As iln. , i CITY OOVBHNMENT. Migor. Wlim H. OIUmpI; efBo, 1ST, Mala. MvtluU. Sunt B. Cwai oiHua, at Mayor't elVca. ri-wrw.U. W. EMMoflw,J. W.iarata Bra'a. MMtor.JoMah Lorali; oAp, ' ' . Aiuhaay 8taphaoa aaVM Omwnl Obwcbar. ' Ofy (hiwai Kirat Ward Amoa Daokaraa4 Bnfx Wiggiia. Mooad Ward Kara Bimia aixl kiraui ttuoag. Third Ward 1. H. Kiaratad aDd Wo. W. Kogara. rourth Ward J. A. Miniokaad U. L. Oillilaod. Kifta Ward Kara Thoma and (iaoraa Lafamaa. - - dlxUi 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. — 25 October 1862

t:l-i fit .a 4 i i j. r. WM. T.LOUAI, Better. SATURDAT.flCTOBER M, 1861 HitUH Ul Hltllt'C U w I I Democratic Majority Over 7,000 Wi W from Qi.StQhimM that tip "t i yesterdey morning," th' Bewetery of J Btate had received the official retnrns tromlfa.. seventy-seven counties, which foot , np M follows, on the candideiee for SecreUry of State : mtTiitZZ.TZXli'!iM t i n. imi ii from 1 UD B1DTQU WMVI -w officially, are reported to hare given the following majorities IXmoaratwi snajonti.e, laad ......-, ua Aihlaad Analaia.., Hancock. Jarkftoa M ratnam... ateatduskj : Total ... ."l.sil 47J lt ITS ll ....... i.tub Total ...... l,7l sm ainion..... - . Columbiana w Fulton...... Gallia. PauldlBf... Dta majorltr.' um This gives Mr. Armstrong, the Demo cratic nominee, 7,705 majority, which we 1 - l. ' 'Tl i .l:.l.l- 1MAM.,1 kw th. riffi turn win ------ cial returns, i Toe otner svemocratic chbub omcers nave auom ine wuiv uw j . eepx -uug- hundred ahead of hia ticnet. Rumor. The Sew York Htrald'...

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. — 25 October 1862

Dry Goods. Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Medical. Groceries, &c. Railroads. XT o e e 00 KM I ft MAIN AND SBOOND STBBBTS. VANDOBKN, MILLER 4 FOX, (Suohnoii to JOHN, VANDOBRN 00.) DRY (fo O D S . CIIKCK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BBST UUANMI BLACK MILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUE PLAID PAUL, Dlt UUOIBK, CHECK POPLIN8. A large stock of i LADIES AND MISSES HOOPiSKIRTS" BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW SOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain aad Check, in greet variety. A beeuUful line . frock OrKkndlet, French Lawns, Grens V,;, dines and Beragei. ';. SOLID COLORED BERAGES J . Wbieh w. at ealling at HALF PBICB. Mourning: Dress Goods; , Blank Bombeanea, ,,'- Blaok Chalhaa, Blaok Halaiaaa, ... Black Alpaooaa, , Blaok TemArtinee, Black Crape Marets, , Black Crapa Collar, , , itlack Crape Valla,; ,., , , Mlaok Lara Vede,. . Bleak liiulumi, i r. i lAug. Oraoe. ftlauk Fnnt. (HNOHAMS and CHINTZES, Mew tle jKmbrfflderieat...

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. — 25 October 1862

-j -r w REPORTED FOB THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. ANOTHER HERALD RUMOR CntotRiUTt, Oet t lh Herald' a tpec IM elates thai It aee it oa goad aeihoritv that lb Governors oftht (ojl states will aasamble t Washington earl next eeeB. First, To determine oa the removal of Me- Clallen tod tho appointment of a new com Bhf t 1m ,. .fHa PfllMM Second, for tho removal of Buell from com mind of lb enny in Kentecky. Tbird, arro a Bora vigorous proaaootion of tha war and immediate edvaaca of tit arm j ol tba Potomac Mo mora troop are to be furnished anlni tbeae deaaada are acceded lo ll it andtntood that Got. Tod doea not eo dorse the echsme fatly, while Got. Morgan de- elinee attending. BUELL SUPERCEDED. WMBmoTon. OcV t4 Gen. Buell baa bee relieved from the command of tha Union arnslee in Kealockey, and Gen. Roeeorans oroeren to me poeiuou. FIGHT AT ISLAND NO. 10. Cabio, Oct 24 Paaeengeie juit armed from Uolumbua nay it in reported there that a light is ia progreae at Isl...

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. — 27 October 1862

numn iTut imuHl, n lute pit a BaUdlng, HO HU Street. Pat wwk, (fMyahUto Oimen),,,,, By mail per vuaU(mt4a W vaoMMteMMMa , 1 10 ii i r - i -i 00 QtMpT prMUini..MUMtatl..M 91 00 W-The Kanae circulate Ire of iwIuh in Mont gomery oouniy. Payment ia advance In aMDa.) JOB PBINTIa, of every description, ex-ectited on Steam Pro, la n neei iyie, ami at rwiauiH pnwi. :ri,:--r..-T 1 , . H ttllftta,,ll(, MHO Hit 1 . ii)THiiil .tj ' H 1,1 r a i i - b . ' 1.-V i I..J 1 ' ..ii... VOL. XIV. I ? in-DAYTQN; QIUO: 10N DAY. OCTOBER 27; 1 862. ; I l AA U fm AC lf III JJS Ilk. ri, Av.b'X 'A X Lit i vjiritj in mi hi 1 1 r j, i vg ij iirni it 1 a ' 11 v iv n a . . . ; r. -ah v i mm v J I 1 II II K'U I. .. . i W 1 I B! 1 E-- Mil! el til PI f 1 ! . :n.;. .1 mil ,., L . . AOVBHTiaiaa hatkb. -' kaiu... .,.. .w1?" "l"'"' ("H'liy word., aoli.1) one laaerlioa..,, tT H.jnere, liiree UyK,,M. w u, 0,,e ,uar, one moiliA., f"rai,iaMe tnoBih,. a.. .,.,.. 7 w VJi).i anuara, all. joutlia,.......,Z,....7..?iZ... IB " - IN...

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. — 27 October 1862

. MOM DAT. OCTOBER J7. IJ.. ' J. r. BOI.L.MIBYbb(Vi WM. T. LUUAH, Will he dare to Disregard it? It U. well fcnnr (aetthat half 4omh citizen of, Northern Ohio, art military prisoner, at C am p Mansfield in tbia Stats, aitta by ti direct order of David Too, Governor of OWo, or at least, with his content , Tbcjr , were nrrMtod and ar held, hot only illegally and In direct vio lation of their Constitutional right, bat contranr to the wn-t of the woru of Ohio, who through the ballot-box on the 14(hjnt., solemnly entered their condom natitm of such 1 proceeding. Not only have the people of the counties, wherein tlteoe prisoner have their home, condemn ed tlieir arrant, but they have home teari mony to the '.loyalty and innocent of the prisoners,...: '.' The people of the whole Slate have, by their1 votes, solemnly culled upon the Odvtrnof to release these men. Will he dare to disregard tlw express will of those who nlavwd him in hi ureneut uonition for the purpomi of carry ing out the law...

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. — 27 October 1862

Dry Goods. ST O ts a OORggR MAIM AUD BBOOMD BTRIETB. VANDORKN, MILLER t FOX, (hMMW to JOHN, VANDOREN 00.) DRY cTo ODB. CBECK, F07.ARD AND INItlA RILES, HBHT HUANDH BLACK HILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMRIOUEU, TLAIO PAUL OK 0H01BE, CHECK POPLINS. A largo stock of LADIES AND MISSES K00P1 SKIRTS' BEST MARE AND SHAPE NOW SOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain sad Check, la great nrlrtjr. A beautiful Urn treach Organdie, trend Uwus, tlrfn a dlncsaad Berate. -. . U k.,.. ,. ,,, , , , , i- A )eblol , SOLID rOLOKED BER AGES ', .". "., WMob we a Belling it HALF PBIO. Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bombulnw, , ,' Black Chaliies, '' Dtaok Doleiaee. 4llark Alpaouaa, , . -, , Jtlaok Tamertinea, ' .. ac Cnuye Marola, , ,. Blank Crape tllera,. i ., lack Orape Veils,; , , Black Lava Veils, . . Black WiiikIisuis, , Bl kr'r. A Eng. Crapes, Blaok Prone, ., OINOIIAMS and ., ' OHINXgES, Saw Style aSmbrelderlee, ate. Best maket new style, . KID Gr OVE8. Short Sacks,' Cloth 1 Dusters, SILK i MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace P...

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. — 27 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL MOVEMENTS SOUTH. Casio, OoloW 16. From aoarcaa UarB o( great activity mmii th rahela io tba via ciaitT of iUlsna, Vickaburg and Holly Sprir,;. They evidently contemplate n attack toon, but iust at wbat Doint ii not known. i Jo Johnson ia amid to bar 20,000 troop at Littla Rock, and tba nambar at Holly Spring! i knowa to b about 10,000. Th rahela ara erossiua their forces from Arkaaaaato Uiaaiaeippi, at Vickabarg, and are making every preparation for a attack at Holly Springe, The place ia being atroagly fortified. A ramot bar to-night the thay ara moving Nor h ia probably incorrect People East of aUmphie, Beer German tovn. ara aaid to be aofferin for the neceeaa riai of life. Cotton ia their only support, and thia ha been all deatroyed by tba f oernllaf. The conacrintion act it to vigorously en forord in tbe South. ra an officer iust from Vicksburg, thaf every man under 35 years of age ia in the army. The Federal ha...

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. — 28 October 1862

iiiuim .rear unutM, n , j IK)IiLWtEYtllt'4'L06AN. Umpire Bultollna;. HQ Mala Mtrect. DAILY KliriHI. Por wee, (payable to 0rr1.r). ...,.. Hy til ail per aiiumn, in adrauoe ...... w -I 10 - 00 ' WKKKLt KMP1RK iinanmi nar annum .'....aa ....... ,....! 00 W-f h Km Pin o1rou.ae.T peate.- ia Mont gornary oounty. Payment m idyww to 1)101111.1 JOS IIiirTXlN"Gh of every description, exennted o Steam Praneaa.ta h bent elyle, and at reaaonatil prlo. III.) I .- , i : , I ! . 1 1 , j ' ,., ,! '(to ; hiVjr1 . .,i VWi r fXjjf AJ ;!l.'lil , r , ... I iij III ni'l r rr-il,iin , him DAYTON, OHIO; TUES DAY OC.lsPBfilt'K.'ji Q'::: V NO; ,SG t : VOL. XIV 4 i . ;Iiii -.1 v-i i i-.' i . - .; ' ' ' m ADVBHT1I1IO RATKI. "NTiATi.Tr" ! (me aqnare, (eiahty word., eoUd) aaa taaertiea...B a f'ne aaintre, see Welt,.,-,.,..t4..m..i, lei ; i aonara, oae atoi.Ui ......J....... la ; kie iknare, three Bioolha,.,H,....,Mw..H,M.,.,,... T at j'Lie arrnW,aleitywenia'onetwee C I t'eraquare, each week ia addition ' ' to :iv...

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. — 28 October 1862

ROLDIICTtlt, T. LOOll, , . J MIMII. TUESDAY, OCTOBEB'id,l86l: i J s. vfn The Cause and Religion of The Cause and Religion of Christ and our present National The Cause and Religion of Christ and our present National Troubles. In yuiw, of til farojjlainls that reach tli jmblie ar, of lnkewarmnoss in the ran of Christ, ami Uis aunouncenienl 01 the necessity of revivals, torostors the in tTinar whiuh tlx uluuch u losing over the hearts of ths people, U U important as w11 as proper for tho secular press to m quiit iota the causos of this state of things. and to find out If possible) the remedy '."!' scarcely necessary to nay that that Goprl v.hich proclaimed "peace on earth and good will to man" js antagonistic to th snirit of wan It wa the Divine Pounder of ths Olirialian religion himself wh gave t the voiMJiy Lin precepts aud osnmple Ummw ruuiaikaiile dotti'iuc , 'lU-aiat not svil;" hut whosoever sluttl smile thrOfl tlie-right tliei-k turn lo him the other alo it J man will sue tuee ui...

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. — 28 October 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O . BO, OflKNKR MAIN AND BKOOND STREETS. VANUOKKN, MIIjLKH & FOX, (Huoonnon to JOHN, VANDOHKN OO.) D II Y CTO ODS. t'llKl'K, FOI.ARn ANIl INPIA SII.KB, UKMT HUANllH ULAl'K Mll.K, PLAIN AND FANCY M07.AMMO.UK8, I'LAII) PAUL. DK CI101UK, CHECK POPLINS. A large tork of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP.! SKIRTS IIK.1T MAKK AND HUAl'K NOW HULL). TUAVEL1M MESS GOODS ; Plain Mil Check, In great variety. A lieautiflil line Front n OrRanfllcs, French Lawns, Orena- ' "' dines and Bcrrt.cs. ";;!. r' i . A joblot '' '. ! ' ' ' SOLID COLORED IIEUACJKS ; Which wo are .elllng it HALF PKICE. 1 Mourning Dress Goods; Mack Bomttf.rfi.ea, , Black Chalhea, , ' ' ; Blank Pt'laSrmn, . '. Blank AlniwcAf, ' ' ", JMtmk TiHrtartutftft," Itliu-k CYflpe M-tretis, ' ' litu;k Urnitt Collara, ' J.ln'k Crap VeIN, ' ilhvk Love Vil, ' Blwk Umghama, '' '( Bl'k Kr. A Kinj.Orftpoj, illnck Print. . '' (II N O HAMS ttuU OHlNTZKa, " 1 Mow 'ptyle KinbroldartcSf '"' ' n ' " ' !' Bout make, no atyto, ; ' 1 ' ' KID G O...

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. — 28 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. RUMORED RECOGNITION. Viw To, Oci .f. TU Eipie. .- to have reliable inforuialioa arom SemiolH- eiel uaiMi is Europe, thai England and France have e)eoided opes tha reeoKuition of tba Southern Conlederacr if tha joint ogera of mediation and ermietic lor lour or six monies, to ba proposed to Mr. Seward, ara not accep ted. , The? fear a slave insurrection in tha Hunta. ears tha Express, altar thalat of Jena arr, and it ii to afford their own eitiaena re aidtiiaR thara ample protect! n a odor tba argil of tbera regularler!' appointed agents, that England and Franca will claim tha neceuitp of recognising taa aaw oowiederacjr. ACTIVE MOVEMENTS ON THE POTOMAC. '"Zl-T-'v..:. . mac. . ; ' TniLADtLrau, October 37. Tha Baltimora Asaerivaa contains tbia morning a dispatcB Irua Harper1! Ferry, dated Sundep eveuing, annouuciuir tha movenicdt of Hen. I'leasan- .toa.a aavalrv aeroaa tha Potomao. ; Tba people everwhere are receiving them V...

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. — 29 October 1862

Kinulre Mulldloa;, UO Main Street. DAILY CMPIRI1. Pir week, (iMtyaMe to 0ariierR)...nw...MW,,..HM,9 10 Hy mail per auuarei, la Advaooe,.. 00 One copy per ftnnnn)HiHM..HwR ..tl 00 eerihe fcariaB oirouletesfree of nan la l it kariae oiruiileiesfree or peNtege la Mont- gomery oounty, i ayrnent in advance id eHoaies.n JOB PKINTINO nraiisae mar Amaoo, BT BO 1,1. M RYES It' ' i tboJkN. uf erery deanripllon, eremited on Atesm Presses, la tin heat atyle. mid at reaeonatile prices. Dayton Business Directory. Trbwi ro Aotiititmo iii BtmifM DnnorotT, Regular yearly Mlfarhwra, ou line gratia. Othara ft Hryeari fi for nix month j 91 for three tnonthe, tnriiitHiU m oU ooMf m adtwmc. CITY GOyBBNMBNT. Major. William II, Gilleaple; office, 107, Main. ..tW. 817 Cain; oillee, at Mayor a office. 'yVeo. urar.-U. W. Keao; office, J. W. llarst 4 Uro'a. NtiUeitar. -Joaiah Loyell; olllia, ; j . . , (Vrfc Anthony filepliena; office, Conncil (Tltamhar. Viltf Cbuarai. v rirt Ward Amos Decker and Hugh WlKrlm. 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. — 29 October 1862

0 J. p. hoi.i.mkykh, . WM. T. LOMAH, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 29, 1801 Thanksgiving. ' G6vnUr'To,,ri,ii( iMg"1' the 27th of November W day -of thanksgiving nrl pray.1 ' " 1. 1 , Tax Law Decision. Job Printer nd Lithographer r de cided to be manufacturers tinder th. tax la. Pile it on, gentlniin, ' Death of Madame Anna Bishop. The MUwauke. Stniinel makes tlie sad annvaiioenwnl that Madame Anna Bihiiop, tl mlebratstl singer, !wag bunted in St. rauVMinnesota, by her clothes acciden tally taking fire, ou.NVedneaday of last weekj itouv the effect of which she died; on Ihe Trfday rollowiug.,,: , Democratic Jubilee at Troy. ' Hie gnllunt pomorm-y ami othor con aervatie tien of Miami county, will have n grand ollifiooiiou t Troy, on Thursday "veiling, November 6ih, 1802, in honor of the reoont brilliant victuiit's in Ohio, In diana, and Pennsylvania. Hons. SS. I. Cox, Wm. Au.r.K, J. F. McKinsky, and thcr dii4inguifhcd niiertkors will lo pivs Aif ai'id 'addiosK1 the "liicvting.1 A od time is expect...

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