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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 November 1862

Dry Goods. OOHXIK MAIN AND 8BO0ND STBIBTS. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX, I ts JOHN, V ANDOBEN 00.) DRY Q0 O D 8 . CHBCK, FOLABft AND INDIA BILKS, laatM'P HUtNIM BLACK BILK. PLAIN AND KANOT MUZAM BIQUB8, rLAlV AULi urn uuuiMb, CHECK POPLINS. A larg. (took of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAK AND AH APS NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain ud Chock, in grant vari.ty. A beauuful lln. rreaca Organdie, French U-fas, Arena dlaei b1 Berget. A obiol OLID COLORED BERAGES - Whkb w are Balling .1 HALF PRIOE. Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bombealnea. . , ., Blank Challie., blaok Delelnee, t ., ., , black AlwwH, , , Blank Tamartinea, Blank Crap Marota, . , , Blank drape dollar, Blank Crape Valla,; Black Love Vaitet Blank Winghenia, Bl'k Pr. A Bag. Orapee, Blaok Priota. , , (UN OH AM 8 nnd CHINTZES, Maw Stylo Bnabrolderl.., Bavt maka, new Btyl, KID GLOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c Our tock Is large ud desirable, comprising all the new and varied Sty ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. A COMBINED ATTACK ON CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH. Nw You, Nor. II Thestaamer Pawn, at Philadelphia, from Port Kojal tb 2d re port tbat lb Steam Frigate Powhattaa bad arrived thar from Charleston, (or coaL Preparation for a combined attack on Charleston and Savannah arc being gradually matured. A boata craw of on of oar TaanU off Charlesto had a narrow scap from eaptara by a aabat tmer reeaatlj, wbila taking minding Kira Connecticut Regiment art to join Bsnkt' azpadition and will b bar tbi wk. AND SAVANNAH. LATER FROM EUROPE. Ciri RaC, Not 11 Tb steamship Nora Scotia from Liverpool tha 30th via Londoner ry 81st, wai boarded this (Tuesday) morning In England Mr Cobden had addressed hn constituent at Rochdale. II regarded tbe distress at Lancashire a a national question, and if puulio and private) aid proved insuffi cient to relieve it, I'etliernem would have to ni'n provition for it. He ibeu referred lo the American war, and la...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 November 1862

rpstt.wrt tvnrr iwiiiii ii iuinplr BaUding, 1IO Mala. 8trtU . Pr week, (payable to Uarrlera).,.. By miMl per nonum, In advenoe,.... l id TT-nrr i U Un t a n One copy pirahaurfl, IM BwrtaeeM'oMI.AenfTeaoY peetaga In M init io inaryoMint', l-yinalidynoaln jiwn V job iB.iiTTHsr''il of eirerjdeaorlptlon, eiecntod oa Steam Prea.a, lj ha teat atyle, and at reaaoaabl prioea. Dayton 'Business- Directory, Tttawa roit AorTiniNa in BumwMi biftiqroBT. Rttfiilr ytmrijr ftdrririi, one litis gmtiv. Others $4 pr rear, 4 for sift month i tljptvity-f mouth. mWPUjp nt in aU earn in wivcmo. OITY OOVEBNMBNT. Viftin- rf. WniMntoJ Amre, for," tiM) jk?arAa. Mtecy B. Oaini nffloe, el Mayor'e eltlo. 7 enurer. II. W. Hee; office, J. W. lerelA Bro'a. Hittetfor. Joaiah Loveil; office, oi . Aruliony HubIwm odu, ODUftCH Chamber. U' OOHMtl. ,. Kirt Ward Amo Decker and JTiirri Wlnrtm.' " fteoond Ward Kara Himm and Hirara Strong. Third Ward I. H. Klarated and Ueo. W. hirers. Fourth Ward J. A. Mlnickand L. L. Ollltla...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 November 1862

'vti VV tv J. V. BO I,1IT1IL Wl, T. LOttil, FRIDAY, NOVKBEbV 14, ifl. The Privateer Alabama. - Tbe City mf &kimor, ju- I arrived from Europe, brings intelligence of the dettrno- lion of another vessel by the rebel prive- tor, Alabama. It seems that all effort thu far to capture or destroy this iron-olad monster, 10 destructive to onr commerce, tsaye been unavailing. If tb report of other iron-clad vessels, now ready and being fitted out by the Confederate, prove con act, we may expect mill further trouble in that direction. The Surrender of Harper's Ferry. The full report of the military invest! gation into the surrender of Harper' Fer ry has been published. The commission pan judgment, it were, upon all the military partiea concerned. They acquit Ueueral White, Colonel D'Utassy and Trimble of all bUnie for the surrender, and praise the capacity and courage of the ' former.' They find that Colonel Ford was given, ly Colonel Milks, discretionary , power to abandon Maryland Height...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 November 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O . B O , OOKMIR MAIN AMD BEOOKD TKBETB. VANDOBEN, MILLER t FOX, (BijaMaMn to JOHN, VANDOBBN OO.) DRY dTo O D 8 . CBRCK, rOlIBB AND INDIA SILKS, UIHT BliANDH BLACK H1LK, PLAIN AND FANCY MDSIAMMOURS, PLAID PAUL DB CUOlUtt, CHECK POPLINS. A Urge (took t UDIES AND MISSES HOOP- SKIRTS' BBHT MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain ud Check, In great variety. . .' '" .'.'.!,' !i',Jl.taulifullln'''.'.'.l .'v'. i,..?.'... . frenca Organdlel, frenca 1whi, fireuv "; " : dines and Borages. ' 'A Job lot" ' '' '"' ' ''" OLID ' COLORED JBERACiKS t. :!: Which we ere selling at HALF PBICB. ',' Mourniiii? Dress Goods: Blank BombMlpMta Black' cWbee.V':, i','-.i'.V ."i... Block Taraariinea, , ,Dliwtk Uri.Hirli. Black Crap Collars, j, Mlartt Oral Veil, .' Black Lot VmU Black Vmghama, HNOliAMa aaU OHINTZES, Mew Style ICmbrotderlea eVc, , ,, ( ...',.'.',' Bent make, new style, Vj if KID G O VE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls. Lace Points, &c. Our stork...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. bEFESSE OP NEW YORK HARBOR. W..mnna. Not. IS Got. Morgan and1 Oolleotor Berne ara bare in relation to the defense of New York City. It is nnritood tha btomt rlennrtmenl here aeWii ts their requaei lor adequate and immediate protect ion, and lb requisite orrlsr for that purpose her already been leaaea. MOVEMENTS OF BURNSIDE. WiaaiMTo. Not. 11 Nothing ol interest hM transpired at Warreo- n. . . SupdIt train ara continually arming. Hooker took rommaad of his eorpa to dar. Ilenerel Porter has left for Washington. Mulleck arrired her thia afternoon. MORE STARTLING RUMORS. Wrikoto, Not. 13 Report of a disea tor to the armf of th Potomac, involving tha safely of Washington and recapture of Har ner'e Ferry, are in circulation, but bare no foundation in truth. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Ft. Moxrok, Not. 1:1. Oan Corcoran and staff arrived al Fortress Monroe this morning:. Mnj Gen Dix went lo Suffolk 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. — 15 November 1862

nwMit avaaa t"nWN . i . Umpire Bullatng;, ll(( Htli DAILY Bimi. Hot week, peyhl e OarrieTe),. Hy mail naraaouBi.iandvenoe,.. 10 I a Uiivoopr pr annum mi KnMorewlftfr oyUg Id Mont oounty PajtniiiadTftooln itM - . ' - "-' J A gomry oounty. jos mizsTxiisro;;, : nr Trjr itmmriptlon, axtwmuw! on fltwhm FT, la h iMat tyla, and at rMoubt prloaa. - Dayton Business Directory. T roa ADTinnm i Buaixes Pixtotoxv. Regular yearly advertisers, ana Ha eVerte. others 4 par year it for six months i II fcir three fnonllil. srbyneat all es t hxmc4. CITY GOVERNMENT. M-iior .William H. Ulllaanie; onV, rOT, Main. ' ' AftiraAiW. Biacy B. Ualn; otnee, at fot'i otttce. 'VM..urr. U. W. Kfttnmn,J. W. iiarst A Bro't. .Soiiafor Jostsh Lovall; onVe, LUrk. Anthony Stephen; orttoe. Consul Chamber. first Ward Anion Decker and Hugh Wlggiia. .... twoand Ward Kirs llimra and Uirnaa BUtn. Third Ward I. 11. Kioriwl and Dm W. eVugera. rourlh Ward J. A. Minwkend L. L. Oillllend. r ,flh Ward Kara Thomae nnd George Lehman. -...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 15 November 1862

BOLL M HI V Kit, T. LUUAI, . ; SATURDAY, NOVKMUKH 14, .8M. j. r, W M. News Items. Johk rf.4ioityBi;K., Esq., for many years prominent business nin ana canK r of Cincinnati, died in tliat city yester day, at the age of 72 years. ;- It ii reported at Colombo, that all the Ohio soldier taken prisoner in Kentucky by Kjbby Smith, have been exchanged. K defalcation haa been discovered in the New York Custom House. The amount stolen is $150,000 certain, and probably $250,000. The country on the Virginia side of the Potomac, between Washington and Har per's Ferry, is swarming with guerillas. Those having friends in the army under General KoskcraMs will be pleased to learn that a daily Military Mail will go forward hereafter from Ijouiaville to Nashville. There am now nine Major-Generals in the army of the Union who have no com mand. Rather more extensively orna mental than useful The Oaietti't special says the opinion prevails at Harper's Ferry that Jackson is meditating another raid into M...

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. — 15 November 1862

Dry Goods. 2sT O e a OORHIH MAIN AND BEOOND 8TEEETS. VANDORKN, MILLER t FOX, (SuuMMlt to JOHN, VANDOBIN A 00.) DRY CTO OD8. CHECK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BEST BHAND8 BLACK SILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MoZAMBlqUBS, FLA1D PAUL DK CUOIBK, CHECK POPLINS. A largo stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS1 BEST MAKB AND SHAPB NOW BOLD. TUAYELIG MESS GOODS; Plain ud Check, In great variety. A beaouftiluiw , ,a , ( , Trench Organdies, French Lawns, tirena , dines and Beraget. ';, , , . ; x jobiot ; " ' ; SOLID COLORED DERATES ) Which waara Hilling at HALF PBIOB. ' Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bombasine. 3.' Blsk Challiea, "' Blank Delaines, Blank Alnaona-. " ' ' 1 Black TamaTtin; Black Crnpe Mftrett, ' ' Dlx-k Ormp Collars, Black Crape Veils,; ' Black Lev Yells, ' ' Klack tfinghanrm, -' Bl'k Kr. A Bng. Orapea, Black Fnnt. ' OINOHAMS and CHINTZES, Mew Blyl. BmbraMarUi, Ate. Beat male., raw style, KID GLOVES. Short SwikIoth Dusters, SILK . Is-A-JSTTII-IJAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our atook la lar...

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. — 15 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM SANTA FE. Kkui Citt, Not. 10. Willi OUAMIO n on, "" ..... Goo. Carleton bu ordered th establishment of a miliurt poet to b parrisoneo dj iw uanie ol cavalry nd one of Infantry, r- r . - li tljti,ndn , Ml KlVer, Bl me uue.... .- Tbi locality ii said to b on ot th Bant . , j . ; iha TnrritorT. and if Agricultural uismi..- v.- promoted from to Indians, will ooo bwoom 'hTktMf7''"l)cWl Fort Sunr, io honor or linraiBamnr. , . 1 antral anthnritT. Lieut Parnoor, of th First New Meico Vol kii. in haree of tht Express at San- . t? aviMiiifMl irnm nertatn letter, draft to th amount of $50,000, and left for parU u known. a Governor Connelly, who came to the Slat th for km heitn several aavs won, operation of lithotomy performed by Dr. J, tl i t . 1. : lie in now doing well, and will thorite atari lor ine r.ast. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. SKIRMISMING IN TENNESSEE. New Yore, Nov IS 'I he Herald baa ibe following special fr...

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 November 1862

, i pvmi.nMD avast ansasjeea, sr j 1IOLLMKYEH LOON. taasplre Bulldtaf, alt) MaU atl-eat, ' DAILY RMF1KB . , I Per week, (parable is Oarrtera).. hy niall r acd urn, In edTenoe,.. -. ,M . WIIIUT Onenopy par annum,. .......... hut......! 00 eserrtie ICmfiss airoulateefre of peeteae la Mont, tomeryoouoly. Payment in sdveaos ie eneeea.l JOB PBINTINO i or every description, hmuM on tMesa. h beat style, and at reeaonable arioee. Dayton Business Directory. Taewa ron AsvaeTiares in Bweitinsf DrBBOTOeT. Regular yeorlr adverusera, one Iido rratie. othere I paryear; for six months; $1 for throe months. eer toyman is oU MUM in advanea, Dayton Business Directory. CITY GOVERNMENT. Mayor. William H. Gillespie; office, 107, af ata. i ' Martkrt. titacy B, Uain; ottice, at Mayor's office, Trta.Mrtr.V. W. Homo; otttoe, J. W. Derst tire's. .Sohcitor. Josiah Lovell; othoe, (Jtrk . Anthouy siephenai gnoa, Oounotl Chamber. IVy Council. H "mi Ward Amoa Decker and Bugh Wlnglm. : Heoond Ward tiara Hiram and U...

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 November 1862

. r. wa. , J aa.He.re. 8 ' MONDAT, yOVEMBEB 17. 1B61. News Items. ' TUwpori'tlUljM 'wtela We oca '. ,:l4IUcfcVWa CumWUnJ. Maryland, General Bubbsib bat divided the Army V wf 111 PutoiBM into three corpi, to be commanded respectively by General 8vm . ' xiA.Fiu.tutut. ami Ilcxiaia. .Bkiil U . to hare command of a reserve eorpa. ... M reported that the Administration have decided to pay Franca the money , ; the ask as reparation for certain acta of General Butler toward French citizens ; also to make an apology to Spain in re " gard to the Blanche affair. Oar humilia tion will soon be complete. , ., The election of Vaw c as Governor of j North Carolina, was at the time generally regarded as a Union triumph in opposition to the Jrr Davis Government. It turns out not to be so. In reply to a message from the military Governor, Stanley, ask ing a conference of some sort, Governor jVaitpn iTeplie tha,t, North Carolina will tight till the last drop of blood is sited, and advises Governor Sta...

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 November 1862

Dry Goods. x-r o . o e , CORNER MAIM AND SSOOHD STREETS. VAN DOR KN, MILLER FOX, (Huoo.ea.er. to JO U N, VAN DOEKlf A 00.) dry gTo O D S . CHECK, FOLaRD AND INDIA SILKS, BEST BRANDS BLACK SILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOKAMHIUUES, PLAID PAUL IH CHOIRS, CHECK POPLINS. A Isrgs stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BBST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. . TRAVELIXG MESS GOODS ; PlAin ud Check, In greet variety. A beautiful tin French Organdies, French Law ni, Arena dines and Bcragei. . ... a jotTtot B . SOLID COLORED RERAGES J Which wo are idling at HALF PRICE. ' , Mourning Dress Goods; Ml nrk Bomhsfr.-M, Btsok Chillies, HI no It OelAlnen, ttli-w'k Alpuxas, t ! Hlnk Trtnmrttn, ' Blttrk Craps MArett, blfk Onine Collars, Ml ark Craw Veil,; ftl.ifk tars V nil , Vlack Wiuhni Blk Kr. Kng. Crapes Black Prints, OINOIIAMS and ".OHINTZES, Ksw Sty Is EmbrvldsrUi, e Bt msks, new style, KID GOVE8, Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILIC MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our ntiwk In lnrKt and denirahlA, rnmprli...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC SOON TO BE PUT IN MOTION. "" N Vowt, Nov 4l'b Board of Broken kav reolvl to again Mil (old t lli Board, to oaaw.eeca Mondav. YYaektagtoa letter to Ike Oommtrctml earl the armv will aoon be furl? is notion again, end aa it will be iupplied from Alexaa- ejna tad Aquia Creek, by railrod,o aoon aa the Kb from the latter place to Fredarieka burg la repaired, wa may now expect a trium phant advene. All now wanted i anfficient aalrv fore to batrol tb (round ova which Oar Iroope have paaaed, to capture band of g-aernlle whiea eoamit o many aoouji.g depredations. CAPTURE OF ENGLISH VESSELS— ITEMS OF SOUTHERN NEWS. ,. , Wasiiisoto, Nov. The Nary Depart meat baa received voluminous diapelchei - from the Oulf to-dar. statin, amooi other ; thing, tkat the Moiled Stale gunboat Saga . more, on the 28th all, captured the Kulnh schooner Trick, off and from Nassau, with a cargo of 100 bag of alt and miscellaneous ar...

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 November 1862

HOIjLMEVEH LOGAN, sutlre Baildlnfr. HO Mala Street.! i DAILY BMPIRK. Per week, (narahletn Carrion).. S 10 By mail per eauuin. in edanoe,.. . I M Unfi oonv Mr mnaia.,.-w .. ..II 00 at-rue Kariaa oiroulatea free of pontage la Mont gomery oounty. Payment iu ad ranoe to aMoasea.ai JOB PRIKTINQ "; ' or every description, eternited on Bloom Presses, IB ho beet etyle, and at reasonable prices. Dayton Business Directory. Taaaa roe Aonariamo rw Bdsibbsb Dibsotobt. Rexular yearly advertiser, one line gratia Others 94 imr year i vi fur ats. months ; $1 for three monthi. awAtytMnt in all eoaat in emmiea. CITY OOVBBNMENT. Mnior. William H. Gillespie; oftVe, I0T, Main. : MnrtKal olacy B. Cain; oHine, at Mayor's otttce. Tren.Mrtr.-V. VT. Keens; ofnoe, J. W. Darat A Bro'i. .Subcior. Joeiah Lovellj omce, (,'. Anthony Stephens; orace, Councd Chamber. City Ouunal. , ; Fimt Ward Amos Decker and Hngh Wlngim. beoond Ward Eara Bimm and Hiram strong. . Third Ward I. II. Klersted and Oeo. W. Rogers, fourth ...

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 November 1862

WM. T. LOOA.N, Krtttor. I TUESDAY, KOVUMliKR 18, 1861 Meetings which will be Addressed by Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. Hon, C( 1 Vai.iawdmham invitations to. atltlfiws tlia Dmocracy at tansfietd oti rtw 20th hist.; at Spring field on tlia 22nd, and t Chillicothe on tl 20th, ' ' ' Democratic Jubilee at Springfield, Ohio. V Tt Baflaat Democracy of Clarke bave detarrainad to hold a grand Juljiles at Spiingfield, on next Saturday, 22d inst. Hons. S. 8. Cox, C. L. Vallandioham, and Governor Mrdast, will address the meeting. Preparations are being made for big time. The Latest. ' The latent charge against Mr. Vau.a- bionAM preferred by the "rut throat" Commercial, ii that he is trying to incite a civil war or insurrection in the North and West 1 This as a serions matter, deserves ' no answer, especially coming from such a sow. Rut Mr. Vallakpiuiiam has aid- ' 1 wifli all his might already, to incite an insurrection in the loyal States, and the . efforts have gloriously aucceeded.; But it was ...

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 November 1862

Dry Goods. XT o . o e , OORNBR MAIM AND BKOOND BTKIETfl. VANUORKN, MILLEH & FOX, (Huooeaaora to JOHN. VANDORKN CO.) D RY G0 O ID 8. CHKl'K, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, 1ICHT HUANDS BLACK BILK, l'LALN AND FANCY M07.1M UIGURS, PLAID PAUL UUUlltK, CHECK POPLINS. A large etock of LADIES AND MISSES .HOOP SKIRTS' DUST MAKK AND 8HATK NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain ud Check, in great variety. A beautiful line : ( French Organdie., French Lawn,Crcn- ainei una Bern;es."',: ' A juTiot , ; , , ; , " SO LIU COLORED IIEIIACJES I Whleh we are eHin;t HALF PBtOK. -1 " Mourning Dress Goods; Blark nomtniinea, ' Blark Ohallwe,' " ' ''' lllack Delalnee, iilack Alpaccn.., " 1 11 ' ' meek Tnmartinea, Wnck Crape Maretx, ' Itluck Crape Collar., ' Bine Orotic Veil.,; ' Ulack I.ove Veil., 1 ' Black UinghauiH, ' Ul'k Kr. A Bng. Crape., Black Prmta. GINGHAMS and OIIINTZKK. New Style Embrolderlee, Ac. t Beat make, new atyle, ' - " KIDGOVE8. JSIiort ' Sacks, Cloth'.' dusters, . silk: mantillas, Shawls. Law...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIE NIGHT DISPATCHES. BURNSIDE'S PLANS. ... Nn You, How.. 17. A speeiaJ from ranto un Bnrnnde has submittel kit plan of the campaign to lb authorities at Waehioif- Ion. As won as ft respoaee is receiver irom them lha vmr will mo. . BURNSIDE'S PLANS. THE BURNING OF THE BLANCHE. KtwYmtKoi. 17 A Will ington dispstch un U u aoderstood that a qoesuon about the destruction of th Blanch in th Jamban waUta baa baao relerred to Madrid, and that Admiral fanaawt baa bee diraetad to invaa- liiste Cornmodor Hunter e action. tar'i soars M ao flagrant a breach of inter national law. that ha was somewhat mai ant with Secretary Seward for postponing settlement FROM NEWBERN. Ft. Mombob, No. 13 The United States mail iiauur Collins arrived Ft. Monroe tail morning from Beaufort, N. C-, bringing a large mail, and it bound for New York. The Newberne, N 0 l'rogrees says that Major General Foster arrived there again on Wed aeedar. looking none the worse tor his jour- ...

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. — 19 November 1862

UULLMKYKIt i 4 liiOOANw umpire nuiiaiug, 110 Mala strati . , PAU.T icMria. i, 1 1 Per nk, (peyelee to Mrrlw....,..- 10 Byml pexiMiiimtaxlwiio! a , CC WKIKLT KMPIKks'.". One copy pet anntim,... .'......:. .'...J....'.1.. .fl 00 naT-The Banna nlroiilete.free of peeta-e In Mont-I gomery oouoty. Payment tn cdveooo In a eeee,tB. , , , ,, I ,. . ! I III! , ... job pRiNTiifd,;;"''.' Of every deaorlptlon, stwutet! on Steam rmm, la he beat at)rli and ai reeaoaaale prioea, Ll.i'i rtm.ni!" arSBVATVeawoewi i t MiilliiA 1 tit :n itti ' . 1 Cf5 ) VOL. XIV. DAYTON OHIO: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBEH'fif, i 862. NO, 105. ' ' Vg .-! T.- III .T '!(! I.'. M.. '.-.ni Jijjrrt '!: -I ,)' I I, ,. I .Y,.V. Dayton Business Directory. Tama rot AtWBBTl.iad la ttmitVM UlaioroaT. Reaular yearly edvertieere, on liaa gratia, inhere 94 per yeari -l for elx raonthai 91 Car three months. ew-Atianenl to ail otwev la aduanea. -i j.' i '.( ? ' t ir 1 0 CITY OOVBRNMBNT. Mayor. William H. UnlaBiriV;' office, 10T, Main. Mtrihnl.tAu...

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. — 19 November 1862

WM. T. LOUAN, feaitor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 186'i. Meeting of the Democratic State Meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee. s W r nthrwiwM i o uttfe" W the bemocratioritnie '-'Ctutral Commit! of (Jhto will "meet t Columlius on the 20th nf Xavt-mber. at ' ten o'clock A. M. A full attendance i requested. The Journal on Mob Law. , Since tne late detnonstntion in Hub city initttmpting forcibly' to take Bnown from the eastodr of the oflicen of the law, the Journal Vias changed its " bane of op erations," and just now affects a great dislike to mob law. , What a great pity it conld not aee it in the same light when Abolitionists resorted to it for the destruc tion nf Democratic tirintine offices. It theri thonght it a pretty good way to ernsh nut it nnliliral opponents : and not one w... - , . word of condemnation or disapproval did it utter in denunciation of the mobbing of Democrat. ' It has never, to our knowl edge, called for the arrrbt and punishment nf the men who mobbe...

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