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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 November 1862

Dry Goods. xt o . o a , CORNER MAIN AND BEOOND ITBIETI. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX, (Bueoeeoera to JOHN. V ANDOBIN 00.) DRY gTo O D 8 . CHECK, TOLARD AND INDIA BILK8, BEST HEANW BLACK 811. K, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIOUES, PLAID PAUL 1J (JUUIJIK, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; Plain aad Check, In great variety. A beauUful Una French Organdies, French Lawn, Grena- '".;"."'.' Beral),,;;;;.',;;'; ;;''; . n . ,ajoi':,::: OLID COLORED : BERAGES) Which we are selling at HALF PRICE. Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bombasines, Blawk'OMtMt,' 1 "" '' "' '' blank Uelaioes, Blank Alpena. ' " Blank Tamarlmea,' ' ' ' mark Crape Mkrer,"' "' Hlaidt Ornpo OollaTa, ' Rlaek Crape Vetta,;1'1'' ' Blank Love Vaile, ' ' VlnCk tfingimrrwf "" Bl'k Fr. Bng. Oiwpej, Black WiMk.;' i INOHAMS fttia.'.OHXN'I'ZEHl Mew ntrlm BaHn-alderles, V". " Beat naOre, ne style, ' ' ' ic iD.Gov:iss:;: Short Sacks, t (loth'!, Inters, SILK ItAJSTTIIL.A.a,...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ELECTION NEWS. New Yoiu, Nov; f'8ymoar to certainly elected by 10,000 majority; also Derooeralic Hi. la tjok.L " ' - DamoeraUWa'18 ol 31 C6ngrMeo. The, Assembly is still in doubt, prolwly avan I. ,i;iita Alt, Nov. 6 Tha Atlas nl Argus in-hl 14.900 tnaioritv for Seymoor. Its Assembly figure give to Democrats 65, Republicans 63. Toil gives the Deaaocrata a w.iili in the Hnn.A Wu.iotom, Dri Not. Tha official vol of Dp lawars shows that Cannon Union, ia alactad Ooernor,by 1U majority. Tampla namnmt ia elevated to Contrast bf 23.mior- ity. Two-thirds of tha Legielalure is Deino- cratio. ... Cbipaoo, Not. 6 The Democrat carry ln Blate by Irom iu.iiuu to au.uuw. "7 led eigb, and probably niua members to Con gress; tha Republican five. Th Democrats elect two thirds of th mem bars of ike House, and have a majority of one or two in the Senate.. THE SHOOTING MATCH AT BUFFALO. Uuftalo, Nov. 6 la the great shooting, mau n todaV betwee...

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

8 UOI'iLMEyEH k L6 0AM.' Uaaalra BnUenellOMala. reC ' DULY BMPtaa, I Per ink, (parable lo Oarrtora). Uf mail p annum, ia mvmwi. WIIUY BJKPlEBi Oimcodt rwir annum, ... ..1 1 00 arTh. Sanaa dreulateerrea of peaces;, in Mont aomerreoiiBi. frrmentiasdraaoein aa1 itnLt JOB IMU-TllSj-'';i,l (if ererydeanrlptJon. exeontad or Steam Preseela he be.l atyla, and ai raaaonahle prloee. ' f jaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBaBBaBBBBaBaSBSBBSaaBBa Dayton Business Directory. Taaaa roa Avtbhtiiiho Ul Bimiwm IHaWTTOkT. Reinitar yearly adTertlaara, one line ffraria. inhere $4 per rw i for ai arAipiMnt in alt r vi lor an noiww 1 (or ton months. aiTY coVBiiisrM:EirT. Mayor. William H. GUIeante; ornce, 10T, !.' AnrJutl. himt B. Rain: omce. at Mayor'e onVe, Trm.Mnr.-D. W. Beeae; offlue, J, yf . Daret A Urn' A, 1JtJrr-Jrimh I,nvall: offli-a. I Oar. Anthony Stephana; oIKcfl, Oonuert Ohamsar. dry ummmw. .......... . Kirat Ward Amoe Decker and Hnifh Wt.1mi' 1 Beoond Ward Kara Uimm and Hiram Htronir. I Third Ward 1. H. 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. — 8 November 1862

HOLDICTKH, J. r. T. LOUAH, J Kdltor. WM. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1863. New Dry Goods Store. . Mora luaa naif tli people of thUcoun ty, whd da business In Dayton, will be ' glait t learn that arrangement are being made to KUblivk Dew, first-class Dry Goods Store in this city. This ii aome- tliing which has Wn greatly needed here, especially for the last eighteen month. Are we a Free People? In the city of Boston, Judge Clifford, of the united stale Court, ha granted a writ ol kabtat eorpue, but the military- authorities at Port Warren set it at defiance. Cannot the court iq Boston be truated 7 la it neceaaarv to refuse a nian a trial there? Do we live Bailor a doapotiam? Albany Argue. It would teem to ; but the shackle are broken ; the people have risen in their might, and the ncepter of power falle from the hand of the despot. We have res cued our liberties through the iiiNtnimen tality of the ballot-box. Heaven be praised 1 The Way to Stop It. The Journal tli in uioining, in a labore...

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

Dry Goods. NO. 6 8, OORNKB MAIS AND SECOND STB1KTS. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX.V (Duoumwi to JOHN, V ANDOBEN 00.) D BY CTO O D 8 . CUBOK, FOLARP AND INDIA BII.KS, BBoT BRANDS BLACK 811, K, I'LAIN AND FANCY MOZAMHIQUK8, If LAID PAUL DE CHOIRS, CHECK POPLINS. A Urge clock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BUST MAKB AND 8HAFK NOW BOM). TRAVELING ilBESS GOODS; Plain aad Cluck, In (real variety. A beautiful Una , . . .. ., , Trench Organdies, French Lawns, Grena ... i. ,. dines and Berages. .. '. A joTlot. ,' ... i ,j , . SOLID COLORED II GRACES , Which we are selling it D1ALF PRICE. llourning Dress Goods; B1ark Bombasines, ( . Blarlr ChalUe., .' '.. Black Delaines, lllack Alnacuaa. ." Mack Tamartine, Black Orapa Marela, Black Crape Collart, lllack Crape Veila,: , Black Lore Veil., Black (singhaina, i j , Bl'k Fr. log. Crnpo, Black Fnuta, GINGHAMS and CHINTZES, Mew Style Kmbrold.rUa, ate. .., Betft make, new etyle, KID GOVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK 3EA.3SrTII.r,-A.S, 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. — 8 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. LATER FROM EUROPE. FaetMS Pomr. Not. T.-Th. .te.a..hipNor. wagtail, pa- lro Liverpool iid, via Lon- 'lb JttT til ltiaor, Irum N I org, ar rivo) at yuentowu oo itaerd. n.. .lu..n.hn Ace-lo Kaxon. from Quebec, ,,,vei at i-ouaoderr 00 lb 224 Both -wit wer o booted to be) off Liverpool when Tk. .n. oontinaed trerr boittaroot and additional marina dieMr continood to b re- Bbittain Tha Timei city article, referring to t resolution oonlemplated D'th Cooled. rate Ooverneeanl 10 collect a million UIm ol cotton and tell them in Eiirop, tub ielallcoBiingacte a Wtu data t which ttaej can b ehippad, tayi it ia not pithoul id police. Should th retumtiou l paaied there ar probably many .peculator who might be templed into ibe epeculalioo, provided the margin ol piofil oUered i very large. Ibe writer sugge" lhiirbapi the Confederate!, bf Beau of the Ovetu aud ulher vael, hope to break up ihe blockade ot CbarUsliMi or oth er porn during 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. — 10 November 1862

ii O Lt MKV k'h( ' A I 4i fa 6 A N ) Uoiplrs Building. 1IO MtvU MreM, r da iV-Y im P i . ) UI Per wMt, (yebe to Crriri)M..-WM..)l-H. 10 By mail annum, Iwu).Iii.min.w....w I Op OufltHipy paf Minqm,.i.liAi...i.w.u.WM. fl 00 eari he Bnu onwiiWHMifoa of mui;i itt -aon-gomery oounty. Payment lo edYivnoe In aMo-ea,Ml 1 job : p:eixcttx2 (If every deeeripttoi., eseouted on Sie na beat atyle, and at reason til prioea, I 1 'T rectoryl Dayton Bosinessf Directo: Tsaai rot ADTTt-iif tomirmm PtAtmkT.i RfXiilar yearly adrerarv one 1 in .gratis. Othefa $4 rr year j tj- (or ail month; 1 for Three moutl.a, B4fiaymMt in aU turn tw. orivimM, i .-, , ; u , , j OIX"5T QOVBRNMENT. M.iioi jWW. -William H. Oillaaniet amo, 107. Main. Htacy B. Cm; onice, at Mayor', office. J , r. I). W. Re; offl, J. W. IMrat Bro'a. TrM.Mrr. ibin .. Anthony dveptien.i office, Council Chaml Kimt Ward Amoi Tfker and Hiffh Wtjnrlm : gaoond Ward Kira Himm and liirani Mtrong. j . Third Ward-I. U. K I anted nd Geo. W. Keger. .; , ro...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 10 November 1862

ROI.LHKIKK,, J Heft (aire. J. K McClellan Superceded. General McClkllan lias l.ecri retnoreJ from command of tli Army of lli Poto 'me. Abolition ' hatred anil suits has Jon its work, i We will reler totbil mat- ter again. "Where the Responsibility Belongs." ' loag. Th Journal this morning, with char acteristic meanness,' manifests imleceut haste for legal action in reference to the men who, under the inflnence of the most intense excitement that ever r:rvaded a romuiuuity, overstepped the bounds of law, and attempted the forcible seiiurt of the assassin Bhown for immediate pun ishment. After having bestowed it's praises on both tho city and county offi cer of tho law, for their efforts on that occasion to preserve the peaceol the fity, it now turns round and bespatter them i with lying blackguardism and reproach, and chargos thoiu with not only neglect of duty, but aiding and abetting the dis turbance The motive which prompt , this is tympathy for the astattin. There can be no other...

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 November 1862

Dry Goods. no. ts e , CORMKR MAIM AMD 8B00ND BTBKETfl. VANDOREN, MILLER FOX, (Huouuon to JOHN, VANDOBEN CO.) dry gTo o r s . CHECK, TOXARD AND INDIA BILKS, BEST HUAND8 BLACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANOY MUZAMBlllUES,; PLAID PAUL DE CliUl-E, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEHT MAKE AND BH APE NOW BOLD. j TttAVELlXO MESS GOODS j Plain ud Check, in great variety. A beaituful line ' trench Orandlei, French Lawns, Brena "" " ' " dlnei aid ItottT,?"". : SOLID " COLORtW ' BERACES ; ;, I' ,". wwiit'iw an mBI'bi t BAt-f : J , Moxiriiiiig,;:I)ress. Goods; Mark Bombaainea., , Black Challiea; " ... i Wee JMeinee, V,,,V,Blne Alpaocee; . i,., Black Taiuartinea, , Black Cpipe Mitreta, , Black Orape Collara, ' Mlack Orirne Veils,;' ,i. .. , tli'k U Vl, ' BuV-k Wlng7i.rn, 1 . M'k Fr. A; Eng. Crapos, Black Printa, :''o'IN'aHA.Ms;'W.,..'olp?TZKa. ' "' ' Mew gtyle Knbrolderle, eVe, - '' ' " Beat make, new atyle, j 1 " r ! k:i r ; a o v;es. Short ' Sacks, Cloth1 Dusters, ' Shaw...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. BURNSIDE SUCCEEDS McCLELLAN. Wa-HIoto, Oct. 8 A nerld,t despatch mi , Burnaide il appointed in place of Mo- Clellan, Hooker Wkea ournsiue McClellaa's removal caitsH great excitement hera tonight. Oen. Fii John Purter It or dered tent 10 atiawar obargee preferred against hi in by Pope. The mortar itbooner at the Navy lard are having; tlieir mortars retaovsd aud replaced by 100 pounder paras (ruoa a id snipe, two riBed guns on the tide and ptv. ot gun forward, destination not mada public CABINET CHANGES. W jHHtaTo. No 8. Special to N. Y. Sun lercary eaye The Cabinet crista is im 1 Sti reported that Seward, Blair, I Bide md Bst retire, their places to be 611 t by .j'essenden, Colfax, Wioter Darn, and a. m ther Western Republic int. , m iy not be announced before January, an the piesent head of department make report! to Congress in December. Rebels preparatione tor a retaealcare been going on lor months. All tbeir plsus are ...

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 November 1862

DAILY , HMPIM.SB, ( Pit twk, (payable to Oerrler.,,1.. ., 10 I); mail per aUMua,raavaaoa.. up wkch.lt mrrna. ..rroo T" Th Ka-riaa n ululates free of pestae tn Mont i gomeryoounty. Payment in advano In aHea .met II job pbintimo nr every daeerlptlon, exeooted on Btm Presses, la hit boat stylo, and at tMMmbl prtoe. , r i rrsaurwa wvearr miiw WljT liULLMKYKU A .LOQAN, . Umpire Bullulnt;, MO Main Stret-; - Dayton Business Directory. Tbbm. roa ADVBaTisiae IS Business fliiatfTOBV. Rea-uter yearly advertiaers, oca lina xnuja. other SI par veer; 12 for nix months; SI for Wlree month. ruymnf m oU J mhi in ddvano. OIX"ST aOVBRNMENT. .Mayor. William H. Olllonpie; BITtoe, 107, Main. ,tf.irAof. Stacy B. Caia; otnoe, ax Mayor's emr. Ti ta.Mrtr.-U. W. Beese; office, J. W. Vaxst Bro'i. Miitfitor. Josish Lovell; offiee, Clerk Anthony Stephens! orttoe, Council Chamber. CWy Council. Kimt Wnr.lAmoa Dookr and Hugh Wixgtm. ... Hecond Ward Kara Bimm and Hiram Btrona. Third Ward 1. 11. Kiersted and Ueo. 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. — 11 November 1862

.... JJIMtVM0 J. r. IIOLI.MCTIH) WM. T. LOUAI, TUESDAY, NOVKMBKB tl, I86i. - tJTk. special lialiiiuore tlospaU'll of tht 10th iosC to tU UintluruiU' Gattii, ays: " Information Iter toy, Jm DayIS re riewert'LK!'.' rM army t WincliestoT ten daya ko. They were nil newly uni formed." They ' then retreetrsl towards OordontTille." , i Applications for Pensions. Three- thousand seven hundred and eighty -si invalids, and five thousand willows, orphan children, fathers and mothers, have presented applications for pensions since July 14th last, for losses in the present war, in the army, and two hnndred and sixty in the navy, making a a total of nine thoiiHand three hundred and nine."' The Draft in Wisconsin. The draft in this State cotnmeni'ed yes terday, and in eome localities passed cIT quietly ; in others it met with serious re sistance In Baker county the lists were seized by a mob and destroyed, and the Commissioner compelled to Hoe the city. In Milwaukee there was considerable trouble,...

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 November 1862

Dry Goods. CORNER MAIM AND 8 BOON D ITBIET1. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX, (XuoowMra to JOHN, VANDOBKN 00.) D II Y co O D 8 . CHECK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, UEMT BBANllH BLACK 8ILK, I'LAIN AND FANCY MOKAMniUUES, PLAID PAUL lit. VUUlltK, CHECK POPLINS. A lrg stock ef LADIES AND MISSES KOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAKB ANU SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; Pl1n ud Check, In great variety. A beautiful Una French Organdie, French Lawns, Grena. " dlnei arid forages.' " " 'a Jolo SOLID COLORED BERAGES Which we are oiling at HALF PUCK." 1 Mourning Dress Goods; Black rtomlaasinee, ' Blank Chall.ee, black Delaines. tlaok Taunartiuea. At lack (Jnwe AlltvukOrttpeUulWs .it riikvuk Orepe yeili . liiw iore veiie, - mm;it winKhamfV , ur k Kr. A JCiag.Umpe, IW-wk i'nu-a.w aiNOHAMS nml OtlNTZKU Mew Style ICmbrsilderUs. eta, : Beet meke, new etyle, K I D, G OTE8; Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, bilk iutA.isrTil-i-s, Shawls, Laco Points, &c. On stock It Urge and desirable, com prist ne; all the new and varied Hi...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. HALLECK ON McCLELLAN. HADo,uTt or TB Aaam, Waohiiiutoh, Oct. 18, 1862 Hon. K. M Htanton, Secretary of War Sir; I replr to lh enral Inter tog atori contained In your letter of tr rlay, I bar th honor to report L That raquiaittona fur supplies to th army and Qo. Mt!JIllaa ar niad bf hit i kit officer, or th chitfi of busmese br, that is, th Quartermaster G.o.ral for eon aaiasary aoppliae, be bia ohif eoumiaaary Qaaaral, to. No luch requiaitiooa bar, to my nowldg, bm made upon th Secretary of War, and non opon th 0nral-in-Chiif. 2. Oa several occasions General McClel lan baa telegraphed to n that hi arm? wai deficient in certain (applies. All theM tele gram wer immediately referred to head of bureau with order to report. Thar baa not been, ao far a could uoertaio, an; neglect or delay in any department or bureau in issuing all the aupplie allied lor by General McClel lan, or by ill ollicer of hi staff. Delaja har occasionall...

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. — 12 November 1862

inuiM 1 blmm ivut irnusM, sv . MEMBH A LOGAN. hoLLMI IJuinlr BuiWln;, 110 Mala Street. DAISY HafPIlUB, P.r week, (vvslto Harriers).. h. mail ir snoualaedTniios,.. ..I 10 i 00 ooowpy p'"Bal i oo Berths Basieoiroulsteafreeof postage Id Mont goinsryoeuoty Payment la ad venos in aMoaeee.-tss JOT FPUXsTTHSTO every rieemipttoa, xerrated en Blessa PnuHt ta no beat alylo, snd at roaaoosbls prtoos. CO Dayton Business Directory. Tinas fob AneesTmea m Buiim mi Diasovosv. Regular yearly (tdveltieers, one lino gratia, inhere 14 per year 13 for six months i 31 for three month. 94T Puymmt in ail oaSM in sutancs. OITTT OOVERNMBNT. Af.ivor. William H. fllllesplei offlr-s, 107, Main. JVursAal. many B Gain: oinoe, at Mayor's omee. rrwuiiw. 1. W. ; omos, J. W. iJarst Bro's. NuUdior Joaiah jorell; ofnee, t'r. Anthony Btepheuat otnoe, Council Ohambar. CHy Cbwuil. First Ward Amos Decker and Hush Wixe-im. Beoood WardKara bimai and Uiram Huong. Third Ward 1. H. Kiersted and (too. W. HiKra. 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. — 12 November 1862

t 1 . i a J. r. oi.. W f: DNK SUA Y. NOVEMBER Me frf ' tnoa, jesteewaei neaessaeaai mm mm wmmmm Action of the Democratic Club Action of the Democratic Club at Springfield, O. r: We ptillih - tt-d.wthe- proceeding of th Jtemooratie Club of Springfield, Ohio, ,in rotation to tlie; assassination of J. F. Jloi.t,urTE. The resolution! are pointed aal manly, d Te leader them our heart felt thank for their generous sympathies in honor of the noble dead, The Deme- ;','rnt of Clarke are eminently worthy f ; name. ''' fo relation to a monument in memory c i,,t;?udecaaed, onr Iriends in Clarke will perceive by proceeding In another column that the friend of Mr county have alieaj direction. - That 0 . . friend of the car ' and fearlessly r . . eecond to the ' ' .doubt. - i " ' . auiy .1 give a hearty we have not The [...] of General [...]. .Han. . jinik and t)muw?iition tt , uener t ., bM t jMt culmina. .ted.i' ... Aal from the command in th" Aru.. jf th'e Potomac Preaidcnt N- who' heretofore a...

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. — 12 November 1862

Dry Goods. i NO. 6d, ', ,- OOKSIB MAIN AND SECOND ITBEBTI. VANDORKN, MILLER t FOX, ' (Huo0MMItaJ0BN,VANDOBBNOO.) DRY GOODS. HKCK, VOtiARD AND INDIA BILK 8, tttf$r BKANIH BLAOK HIM., PLAID PAUL I'K (JUU1ME, CHECK POPLINS. A large atonk of ' LADIES AX3 MISSES HOOP, SKIRTS1 HIT MAKB AND BHAPE NOV SOLO. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; ' Plain and Cheek, hi great variety. A beautiful lln. i rreaeh Organdie, French Lawna, Arena i -., ., dlnei Mfl Bcrajes. 'V ,. . ," AJoTlot Y SOLID COLORED IltRAOES , ; ' Whieh we are Bailing at HALF PRICE. r Mourning Dre3s Goods. t Blank Delaines, Black Alpaooas, . ; Blank Tm.artinaft, Blaok Crape Mareta, "Uir Grape Colter., Mlark Crape Veils,; r - - .. . T ids, Blsk Winghsma. ;. ... . 1 log. Crape. Black Pnnta. r0 ,N ; id. CHINTZES, ' vv BmbroldrUi Ae hake, new style, , ' KI L 43r OVE8. Mi-nl S.rls, Cloth Dusters, 'irrv; ). ace Points, &c. :... 'V ' svl deeirable, comprising all the ; and Kflbncn of die KKKit'rn mar ';.!.( - great indiuwner tn OAttli and ' ' ...

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. — 12 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. McCLELLAN AND STAFF. Wasbikotow. No. 11. 0n. Mol'leiUs Mil Bad left W amnion M 11 o'cloek M-de. ' 0 raaobinf th Junction a ealule m tirad n.nl troop drawn op in tin. On. McMI. In respons to call for sp ch, aaid: I with job to stand bT Burnsid a yon havf Aood by me, and all will b wall." Tb followin( farwll order wered tolh troop omposing th Army of to' Potoauo jewterdav norning, at drM prd' Hudotjaktiu A ant or m Potomac, Camp. ab Rkctortowh OflSotrt and Sol- dir of th Arm of th Potomac An order from the President devolve upon un. urn id th command of thil arm. Ia parti on from too. 1 can not express th lov and grat- itnrle which I bear to Too. A aa arm too hav grown up under my oar In you I ha nr toond dost or coiane. i n oatue yon haa fnaght nnder mjr command will proudly lir in oar country' history. The $lorf you bare acheired, oar mntnal peril and faliirue. the graves of our comrades fall en in battle, b disease, th ...

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 November 1862

rnuiiu mn ArtxaBeoa, n ( ; BOLLMtaVEIl A liOOAN. Uatpllr BaUdlng, HO Mala tree, r, DAILY BMPIU. P.rm... lnnMlk Oarrlen).. Br mail per annual, In adraooe,.. On "opt porwMinm. ..'..Jl AI'll BnrlBSolreultIrof pee In, Manl oinry eount'. Paymalinau.Taol llnlli.'M JOB PBHTTINQ1 " or Trjr dMnrlpMon, axMnitad lm h bMt Olyle, mm iabl prteee. Dajton Business Directory. a.aa. MB imtflllM IB BotlRMi tia0TOX. Uvular vmHt d:Trer, on line (ratio.- Others 4 imrMii i for alx monthej II for three noutha. m-AmtnX in mU COM) itdvanC4. OITT aOVERNMENi:. If.iyw. Willlum R. (Hllmpl oftVe, KIT, Main. ' u...Aa1 Htacw B. tjeim offln. at xteror'a orfitie. TrtLMrtr. D. W. B- otttoe,J. W. IMret A Bro'e. Mxtetter. Josiah Lof-ll; afore, Uvi-Anthony atapbeae; otnoe, Oounal Chamber, rrat Ward Amoe Deuker and Hugh Wlgglm, maood Ward Kara Uimtn aoa uiraw suuug. IVani 1. U. K l.r.UMi and U0. W. UoaOrS. rouns warn j. a. tQw.wi u. w.uiumw- Ktlih W .r,t Kir. Thomaa and Oeore Lehmea. Sixth Ward W. N. Lot auu Jaoob Itookar...

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 November 1862

f ; I 1 1 it Or. in in v & WS. T. MKIt, f '"" THURSDAY, NQVEMBER 1881. lllUIJIii.il HJJ1U!'! JtarJL llooo , wrote',, r bcwk" tesent'r and called It m jyiierptfttr ll it pro poted that he writ another oo Hoaaoa OtiiLtT, Lit frwnj Tmmaist, tad few other diitisguinhtd gentlemen that might be named, tad call it Stan MUtraUu. The Result in Illinois. Tht election in Illiuoit resulted' at fol lows: Nine Democratic Congressmen to five Republicans ; Democratic majority in the Legislature fonr in the 8nte end tweutr-tevtn in the Honse, tnd 15,000 BtioritT in the popular ot.' Lovtjor in elected br about 800 majority. Two yeart ago he bad 9.867 .over hit opponent' Grand Democratic Jubilee at Cambridge City, Indiana. The grand Democratic jubilee to be held at Cambridge City, Indiana, on next Saturday, lftlb intt., will be the largett and moet imposing meeting aver held in Eaetern Indiana. The moet extensive preparations art being made for the occa sion. Arrangements havt been made for hlf-fa...

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