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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 29 October 1862

Dry Goods. o . o e . CORNER MAIM AMD 8B00ND STREETS. VANUOREN, MILLER FOX, (Suoceaiore to JOHN, VANDOREN A 00.) DRY cTo ODB. CHECK, rnHBll AND INDIA SILKS, HKT P.I1ANDH BLACK HII.K, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMniOUES, PLAID PAUL ha CUU1RK, CHECK POPLINS. A large .took of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPI SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW SOLD. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS; Plain ud Check, In great rarl-ty. i.i AkauMMMa 1 .: French Organdies, French Laws., Grena dines and Beragei. " AjoTiot - ' SOLID COLORED BERAGES) Which we ere .ailing at HALP PRICK. Mourning Dress Goods; Ulack Homhailnea, Black Ohalhaa, - ' War Dalainea, .... nlaok Alpaocae, " Black Tamaitinaa, 'i "Black Crape Marett, Black Crape Collaret '- kllack Crape Vella"' Ulack Lore Vetle, ' Black ttinghama, Bl k Kr.A Eng. Crape, alaek PVmta. OINGHAM8 a'a CHINTZES, Mew My I. Bmkreldtrlii, eta. Beat make, new atria, It 1 13 GOyE8.' Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, silk: mantillas, Shawls, Law Points, &c Otiratoek I Ure and doHiralW, comprint nil (tie ...

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. — 29 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM CALIFORNIA. S Fmrciko, Od. J7 Aweaiblynini Kemn baa lan th oalh and bean raleaaad W.akna contributors (0 tha National Sani- tarr Fantl prowsM to forward by tha Bit tCkSltr fll.tlUtl ID SIITar uarn, an appropriate inscription, which it i bliid will b a good adTertisement of Narada Trri- iOIA.,")W coppwr mine ha bn diooTrd in Mexnpoaa County, which attract attention. Th tmniblM tha ealebrauid Co;peropo lii and it traceable ewl mile. Th oopptr racurc of California ar al ready beeomin; important and promise oon to bacoro lecond onl to gold. FROM KENTUCKY. Lovmvillb, Oct. 28 All report of John Wovfnn being recently at or near Owentboro are tales. Attaet account he wn at tlkion Todd county, proceedine; Uiward KuMt-llville. Quite a uomber ot iickind wounded Federal . soUier have arrittrd within twenty four knaffl . The Masonic Temple been taken M hoapilal, and .erl prominent accession iimpathliem hae been notihd that their ...

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. — 30 October 1862

.il DAILY JUMPIItJBi 1 11! Per weak, (paeeWe In Oerrtar.)..,..,,.,..!-........;. W Hy wiall-per annum) ll edrenot.Ai.iijw..A,A-a- XV fc But. KM pia K.', Onei-obr Mnmun, . :...',,-.tv rouleteafrM of petuge in rmenl In adrtnca In all ?p, ens-hie KMriaselroul gowery county. Payment JOB PRINTIN'"' uf every description, eseouted on fitram 'j'rum, la ha Beat in,ll i-aaonabte eneio, t vtu t.i ' pesuthsB Brani ArTeBtte,' aV I HUMFiTEIt!43LOOAISt "K-i.fte BuUdlugtaitf l-fata fAs'saMi'"' Dayton Business Direotory. . rf- 1 M f Id t 1 1 Taaas ma ADviBTimiia in Businkm Piaauronv.-. KeKUier yearly elTerti.er., ane linn itM. others f4 iryeeri Si for mi oMhii 91 far um snoBlne. MfAwmfn in uti aeu in edeaare. ,.0ouO LlJIM41ll tai OIXY OOVBBNMENT. Wiiwr William U Oilleepiej o, IDT, Main. J.ir.A.d'Hlacr B. Uanu oitloefat Mayorbefn'e. 7Vea.artr. 1. W. Retwe; olu.ie.J, W-Herat A Bru'e, Mlcifor. Jowah l.ovall; ott'i ' Cltrk . Anthony gtephent; oRVb,Cottan' friSmrier". CVy Cbwtwn. M ' ' , ' ' Kirat WM--Ar...

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. — 30 October 1862

mmm , sols, ay aa. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1861 The St. Domingo Massacre. at tbTtoM of the hwt petitory. ' At it ii the desire end frarpo of tha fanatical AbolitioniiU to Lava the bloody scene of Bt. Domingo re-enacted in tot, Boath, we poblitb thin account, that oar people may tee and folly teaKse the horror of the feast of blood which the Abolition scoundrel would invite then to look upon in the Sooth. If they are aocawfut in their effort to incite the ignorant and de luded negroee of the Sooth, to insurrection, no one ran doubt that that bloody tragedy oi Bt Domingo would be re-enacted, with en for of demon fury and alaughter than on that haple occation. And yet . titer are, we blualt to tar it, men here in the North, torn of them profewing chria tians, who desire, and would inwardly re joice to bear of a dare iuaurrection iu the South, knowing, aa they well do, that would lie attended with all the horror de picted in tlie St. Domingo massacre. Sui i their intense hatred of the pee...

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. — 30 October 1862

Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Medical. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Medical. Groceries, &c. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Medical. Groceries, &c. Railroads. . XT o . CO, OORNRR MAlIf AJID BRCOND STRBKTs. VANUORKN, MILL.KII 4 KOX, (Suocoaaora to JOHN, VANDOREN CO.) DRY GO O D 8 . CUKOK, roLARI) ANI INDIA BILK8, . bIC.-tr HIIANOM BLACK HI1.K, PLAIN ANO FANCY Muf.A M IlltlUKS, PLAIIJ PAUL UK CUOlKh,, CHECK POPLINS. A Urge utock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPi SKIRTS' DK8T MAKR ANU SHAI'B MIW B0LI1. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS ; Plain ud Chuck, In great variety. A beautiful Una French Organdie, French UwRa,renadlain aad Beragfw .,. it :- . m lift JenUv)' u. ' .;. ''''IJ 80LIU v COLORKD "hERAOGS Which woAreeellingnHIAlF PRIOnV i ' Mourning vSres8;;Qpod8j Black Borntaalaaa, i' Blank Ohalhe. ' ' ' '' , alack Uelamee,. . i. Work Alp. Hla. Teaiarlinae, . . .u Ulaon f.'rapn Wrt,"""'' t i. atlnik Crape Uollara, . Bmrk or...

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. — 30 October 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. lJr Torn, Oci '30: Another ' Important bio at the slave trade was dealt Tvslerday by th United Suae Circuit Court ia ihi it? ia the cooviotioo of Albert Hora for fitting out the etenmer City of Norfolk for that wmflia . ' ' Tba British steamer Wechote, Capt Orlpio, M bronght into fort Royal Thursday last, a pnea to the g aa boa Memphis, Commander W unlock en u capiurwa alter a iuii dava cbaaa off tba Coast of North Carolina. 8b throw overboard tha greater part of bar cargo and so suainad bar aogiaaa aa to be anabia to make, steam. She ia believed ta have been loaded with arm and ammunition Tba Wecbut ia aa iroa auaatar built in Loa do and will Drove a valuable prica. Richmond paper raport everything qoiat on Lo'a army. Tbo command of tba rabal army of North Western Virginia hat baaa . a 1 . I 1 . - ' L .. l sransterreu iron wn. uinn iw uwo. in eonseaueoce of tha former officer disobey...

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. — 3 November 1862

i 10 1. l' m k V n1 'a "Lb a a n . ) l)Uir BlHMrv ill. Mai Street. DAILY HKPIRB. "i Per week, (payers to Oarrtr)...,.,.....l 10 Hjr miiil per aumun, tn advaao,... MIWM , ,g. . uo Oueoony par annum,... ."..........-h. -.. ft 00 AT-tll Kami rireillMesfrse of pest;' In Mnt- onwnraouDur. nwaMtiaurMMiii hi job xniN-ri3sra- of verydesi'ription, exwmiteri! Mi Steam PnMH,il lie taut style, hI at MMKblt prtoee. it i 1 1 i S 1111' 111 1H 111 I II VOL. XIV. DAYTON, OHIO: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1862. NO, 91. Vt ll-Jl 1 vtf'iij its nil gi ii i n u 1U 1 VII U I III I AUVKHTUIMU HATfcll. I wwt a.)uarwa eoe weeK,., On Maioarwr o i una aiioar, on imielh.. w w It" tl Jua su,ttarfi, llirwi bjiodUw.... tin- "iuuro4 ma monUid.. IN VI vn .(Mini pwniy win, on wk,.j.m I iimrn, u-h wpk in adlM4nn f I" 8 Iff jtmu one veara...sw.iM...As..4.M.r.M. iu it aw jenna lor Aureriiannienta otwtipyiug a anal I l saue. or for longer period than atanvt stjaw itteHT miot known attheOouuuna: Koom. a-ar a.i aaverMawiu id aeoia...

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. — 3 November 1862

I BAItwr.. WIS. if- MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1H62. HULLMHf IK, T. UlUtli FUNERAL NOTICE. . .Thi funnral of. J. .F. ,UuLi.MKVia Will taVe place tu-niocrosr (Tnwnlny) afternoon ai . O riWR, irvui llio a,llliwrau Viiiirvu, Main strwt.' Interment Woodland Cem . a IT , ' r . ' . . - T . . . 1 ' b 1. etery. . , J I No Paper To-Morrow. No paper will be issued from this of fice to-morrow. , , ' ' In Memoriam. death of J. F. Bollmkyu, one (be editors of this apr, baa tlirown a tWp feeling of gloom and heartfelt cad neas over this community, inch an would have beun occasioned by the loss of but few other nwn among na. Bold and (ear Jeas m the advocacy of what he tWined right ; honorable and atraightforward in all hit transactions, le has won for him self a name that will live forever in the heart o. the peopkv not . only here bu elhcwbnre. Politically w had many ene m un what man occupying the same po aition haa not? but in that connec lion, also, but few men had more or warm er fi it'll. 1m and adhe...

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. — 3 November 1862

Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Medical. Groceries, &c. Railroads. jsr o . es o , . CORNER MAIS AND BBOOND STREETS. VAN DORKN, MILLER A FOX, (RuoMHon to JOHN, VANDOBBN A CO.) DRY GO OD8. CIIKCK, FOLARD AND INDIA HII.KB, BEMT BRANDS BLACK BILK, PJjAIN AND FANCY MOZA M P.IO.UFJJ, PLAID PAUL DK CUOIRK, CHECK POPLINS. A large .lock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS ; Plain and Chock, In great variety. A teau.iral Una , , ., i irrrark Organdies, rrencfe If ns, Grena dines and Borages. .' . ",' OLID ( OLOBED , BEHACES . i '. Whtehwoara aoningat HALF PBTCE. " ,', .. : Iloiiig Dresa , Goods; . . Blwk Bomhejnnek, OheltieA," "j. ' .'. i. Bterik IJelelnea, . ma ihiiw-", . i Hlank Tamertlnea; " 1 Blwk Crnpa Manila, rllaek Crape Collara, , Hlwk Onipo VrllH,, ........... Ulaek Lot Vella, '" Blw'k Uilighailia, .... ! Bl'k kY.a Kng.Ornpaji, Black Kruiia., "fllNailAMS a"rld CHINTZES, ' Maw myle FTmbrotderlea, c.-. Boat mnke, now ...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. MORE OF THE ALABAMA'S WORK. Dorroa. Nor. 2. The br'ur Baroo Dt Castiae, arrives) here, reports on lb 29th nit., ib lat 39, Ion j 09, was captured by the Brit1 ieh pirl Alabama. Xspt. Semes Rre4 to litierate the vessel for a bon.l of 'i.OOtf pava- '' Mr to the President uf the Confederate States ', in thirty day after fmece ia declared. The Captain was aim obi. reel to take the craws of several res-awls previously captured, which be did and landed tbem at tba nearest port. Among other vessels captured Of I apt Senses wai the abip Tonaeraade, from Fhila delphia for Liverpool, with passengers. After detaining bar Sre data, he released her foor a . bond of B,000. Moat of the vetaels eaptarcd were burnt and the crews oat in irons. A captured Captain was informed, by tbe Lieat. and several petty officers, of tbe Ala bama, tnat their next destination was wet sura, m wry nveam to tnrow a irw aliens in' ro tne city, tie represents...

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. — 5 November 1862

I infill IBM I J II 111. II. rvsuaass srast ArraaBooa, n UOLLMEYFijl; A LOGAN. Umpire Building, HO Mailt Street, : . i 'tit DAILY BMntB. , rVrweek((parehlato Carrier).. U IIIWI pel MUlUMIUWIWIUt Onacnpy i i n T t 00 MTTtifl KnPluoiruuitMfreor pUtf In, Mont gomery oouuty. PayineatinadTejoeia kOft JOB PRIKTINO , lr ery deenrlptton, executed on Stemm sPreeee. I 'he beat iityle, and at reasonable prteee, ' Dayton Business Directory. . .. , , . , , . , - ii ' Tsaa rom Adtbbti.ibs in Busies Iibbotoby. Reauler yearly advertisers, ou line gratia. Other K jnmri Si Ibr li month) II for three month. M"Aqwmn ut oU som. in adveno. j a y OITY OOVBRNMBNT. Mnuor. William II. Olllesplei olHoe, 107, BT eta. : , AfiiriAnl.tlUBiy B. )atrt oHkxs t Mayor1 offloe. Vn.Airr. U. W. tteeaaj orhoe, J. W.lMrstA Bro'. . HoUtitor. Josieh Lovell; oflVa, ark. Aothouy Stephen oittoe, Council Chamber. . cuv Cbwnoit. Kirat Ward Amo Deuker and Hugh Wigglm. Heeond Ward Esrs Himm and Hirer. Blroug. Third Ward I. 11. Kier...

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. — 5 November 1862

ijauw Ibmiwc. . . . ,( j'"' ' J. r. BOllHIt i &K ' 1 mllel-.. ... WIS. T. LUUAH, . . , J -.). WEHNKSUAY, NOVEMBER B 1K62. The Funeral of Mr. Bollmeyer. ; xm inncrai wrirgv wnnii rijiiowea tiM VestevriaYi ".as wry -lniicU Urgor than any vcr before in turn citjr. This imposing mark of respect to Oie memory of the oV fwaacd, was but one of the many evidences I tb deep bold he hail upon the popular Wrt m An account of the funeral obsequies will , be found ia tho Local DvuartBteut. Death of General Mitchell. i , . The telegraph knuounces the death of ', 1Qmi. Mitchell, who died at Beaufort, " Booth Carolina, on the 30th ult,, of yellow Istrer, which it said to prevail there. lie . was graduate of the West Point Milila- tj Academy, and one of the first antrum . omen of the couuliy. The Elections. , i, .The returns' from the elections which -j- cam. tff yestei Jay, me ni eagre, anil lit present writing it is impossiUo to speak with eertaiuty of the result. The iiuioa- tions are that Ne...

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. — 5 November 1862

Dry Goods. I XT o . o e , OORMIB MAIM AMD 8E00ND STHKETS. , VANDORKN. MILLER d FOX, (IllMil to JOHN, VAN DO BEN A OU.) 1 DRY 00 O D 8 . fill P IF inn a t t-v iu nt i art a VHiin vuii f n 1' in flit DliiADi ., hiht HuiNiwi pr.irv mi. it PLAIN AND KANCT MU7.AMHIUUK8, FLAI PAUL 1IS CHECK POPLINS. A Urge ntook of ! LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BRUT MAKK AND SHAPE MOW BOLD. .,. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain uj Ohack, in great variety. A beautiful line JTrench Orcandlca.J're-ck LawnA,Grena- .., . . tee m sere. t, k tit . -' I , . JOBIO. i h- . SOLID 'COLORED BEB1CES 1 ,...., Which we an eeUlag at HALF PBIUS.' ,: 1 !':'. :." :'' ": " ' '..""' i . . , Mounung uress itooas; Blank nomhaai n. t, : Blark Olialliee, . uiiwiK lieiaioee. lark AlUMX'M.' Mark Tamaninea, . Black CraiKi Mareta, . . r; M HI Crap Collar., , , atlur.k Oupt Veila,;, . - . . . . ..-.a ove vena. . -iiuiiuuna. . Bl'k Fr. u. grape,. Black IVmta. ... ..,.v'"'. !.'.S" rHyl Km-rolderLa', atci.'" , . i , .'.'.?! '.' A Beat make,...

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. — 5 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ELECTION NEWS. BvrrjtLO, Not. S Rult of lb lectioa in- I a. t i'Sj: .: IDIS Slat DO! TQl MCBriiiiBU, inuicftuuni eww . , abal tba Deinocrat hav ft Writ majority for Seymour la at ew 1 orB, and hav elected I lrx innbtr of Congressmen, probabtr in eluding tb two Wood. . - Ho tar u beard from, New Jersey baa on larger Democratic. Aura said that Kice, Republic for Con- s-ree 10 Boston, i dslsated. Cbioaoo, Nov. 4 U P M Weotioa pass ' d off auietlr. Vote tall large. Heported " tnejoritiei from all wards of tb city give Ar nold. Kep., for Congress 345 najoriir. Uii ma jority is ine District it from 1,300 to 1,600. Kaurn from lb Stat eery meagre, gir ', inn do indication aa to mult. " 8prins;fild cur f tea Stuart Dam. for Coo ... s-rese, 413 majority. Allen, Uam. candidate 1 at lance, 200 majoritr. Kankakee county give Norton, Rep. fur ' Confrrat, 1,000 Majority ualena gives 300 democratic, majoritr. 8 lata ticket return from 70...

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 November 1862

ruausnsD svaav arTBaseos, sv . IIIJI.LMBVBR A LOGAN, luiplre Building, 1IO Mala Street.' . I DAILY' lariKBi I i ' t '. Per week. eavehl. la OarrteTOfc. m, . .$ IB Hy mull per annum, 1b ed I 00 WCBKLV KHP1HB., I . ai tta saw i n EtHriM oiruuiiMVRirw im immih iu ' - gnmery oouuty. Fayuwut in iiItud job iiiixa-xi2Tc : ttt Tery deanrfption, axiud on Staui, PrMse(1a ha beat HtyU, and at rMonitb prtcwa. Dayton Business Directory. . , Taaae ro Adtcsti.ik. in Buaiaaaa Disbotoby. Regular yearly adrertlaere, one line grain. Oilier. U nrmii It for els. month i si for three months. OITY aOVBRNMBNT. .WYiir-. William H. Ollle.piei onVn, 107, Main. Muiatat. Btaoy H. Calm ontoe, at Mayor's oin'. -rai.lirv D. W. (Malt otnoe.J. W. DkiI Bro'a. Mutvtlur Jo.iah Lorall) ottVe, Anthony dwpheuei office, Council Chamber. riral Ward Amoe Danker nd Hu((h Wiim. P-eoond Ward Bre Bimm and Hirm Htrung. Third Ward-I. U. Kieroted andUeo. W. Kuatii ruiirih Ward J. A. Minlckand L. L. Qillllend. Fifth Ward FJura Thome...

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 November 1862

AiiulH (ijmjfnt. .1. K. IIDI.I.HKVKI1, WM. T. l.oliA.V, atalltwr. TllUHSDAY, NOVKMBKIl 0, IBfii. A Startling Rumor. ,Th toli'grai.h.biintft .iatilliiTvc, that HspUlif r( jhs giavpst Important, and which may fhangf tlio wholo aarct of the war, hav been submitted to tint Secretary of Btat ly the French Legation. Tbii, with tlit suggestion of Gen. IUi ttcK that the South has not yet develop ed it, possible rnoitrre, snd that a draft en mattt must be ma.le to tnret the exigen cy of an impending foreign war, romes with ttartling(Tert upon th heola of the recent election, in which the people have achieved inch opleiulid victories over usur peJ power. W call it a rumur, because the dis patches received ly telegraph mutt be ta ken with much nlluwanre, the epidemic (weeping oVer tin- country having been culinrly disn'-tioiii to that instrument of dcmoruli.iittou. Yot it "comes in Mich a questionable (brte." tlint it deicrve auuie entertainment. We hav already becu advise'd tliat Lord Lyons h...

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 November 1862

Dry Goods. o a CORN BR MAIM AND BBOOND ITBBETa. VANDORKN, MILLEIl A FOX, (Huhmhii toJOHN, VANDOBEN A OO.) DRY co ODS. chuck, roi.tnn and impia bilks, BKMT HUAN1H4 BLACK Hll.K, PLAIN AND FANCY MOf.A M HIQUK8, PLAID PAUL DK CllOlBK, CHECK POPLINS. A rf atook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BK8T MAKS AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAYELLMQ Wnm GOODS Plain mil Check. In iraal Tarlely. A beautiful llu rrenrh Organdlei, French Lawni, Grrua. ',. dine, and Borage!.' ;, .!',.'.!, .... .. . , kHto MILID COLORED BERAGES u Whieh w. r ealllruj .t UALK PB10H. , Mourning Dress Goods; Blm-k nomt-ailnea, 8lik CtlJlie, ,', ! .','." Wank iMIaiaea, '. Mat Almax-aa, Hlar-Vi Tam.rrioe .,v nior-k Crape Mnrota, Hlnnk Crape (KillarA, " BUvk Ci)ie. Veil.; , . Blei'k 1.OT0 Vail,, Blank UihkMtama. ,. HI k Kr. Kn. Orm4, Bbu:k JruuUv . 1 1 N 0 1 1 AM 8 ' eimt OlilN'l'iSES. Now Btyle Kmbralrterlea, "." ( , BaiH make, new ityle.1" , KID GOVK8. Short Sacks,, tlolli Dusters, SILK Tvff Shawls, Lace Points, &c. our tMk ti...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ILLINOIS ELECTION. Chicaoo, November S lUrrn (Dem.) elected to Conizresi in (he Forth District, From Uler return tbe Republicans oonoeda the election ol James C. Allen (Dem.) at lar Nothing from the Seventh District. WISCONSIN ELECTION. Milwaoiib, November 6 The Democrat have elected two members of Conirress, Brown and Eldndge, and the Republicans Sloan, Cobb end Hanchett, and are vet in doubt. All the Democratic Assembly were elected from Mil waukie, and one Stabs Senator. The Demo- crate have gained largely in tome parta of the Btalw. DELAWARE ELECTION. WiLnixrjTOX, November 6 Cuuuty Hives sdli Democratic majority. Sussex 1,'ounty bae not vet been heard from. Cannon (Uniuii,) lor Uuvsrnor, if certainly eleoted. Legislatm ititl in doubt. MINNESOTA ELECTION. Sr. 1'aul, November 6 The city ef St. Paul ie all lieiuoi-rniiu. Kamacy Connty gives Cohen (Dcui) lor Congress 600 majority J Wabasha louulv, Donnelly (Hep I fur ton ...

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 November 1862

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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 November 1862

J. S. BOLLMBTatHV WM. T. LOW AH FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1861. Hon. C. L. Vallandigham at Circleville. Hon. O. L. Vallawwoiiaib will addle. th Drtnxtmwy " of Pickaway i-uiiniy,' i CinleVilK on Th)rlar, 13Ui vuC ' The meeting w onginaTIy fixeJ for the 11th, Imt chansred on account of unavoidable circumstance. Tribute from a Political Opponent. . nrnt. The Religion Teltteopt, published in this city, the editor of which waa oppoNed to Mr. BoiureTtn (n politic, ihti apeaka of the man : "Mr." Oollmever wna a energetic, enter priin'yo"nf( man, of fine personal appear ance aad very respect; L talent ; anil far was highly rstaemerl by hi political and busi- nea taaoculrl YhiH miareein wnn nun in lot in politics, venire found in him a rourteoua and obli(tin ai(hbor ; and it ; ua einuiiile win to - him cnt down in tha prim of lil, and iiuuil a moment's wi The Election of Hon. James Brooks. The most gratifying result of the Dem ocratic victory in New York ii the trium phant election of the bold, ab...

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