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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 November 1862

Dry Goods. it o . e e , OORNIR MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. VANDORKN, MILLER 4 FOX, (Buoomore I JOHN, VANDORKN 00.) DRY GO O 3D 8 . OHRCK, POLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BSSf HI1ANLH4 BLAOK BILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMRIQUKS, PLAID PAUL UK UUUlliU, CHECK POPLINS. A larga stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP; SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING Mim GOODS; Plain ud Chock, in great variety. A beautiful line Trench Orgnnatet, Trentti lawns, Crona. " dines iaBcrges;';;V"V"'.r''.: SOLID COLORED " BERAGES ) " " Which we r selling MHALP ratOR.1- Mourning Dress Goods; Bi BomhasinM, Black OhidliM. " ' 1 4 Black Delaines, ' "' Blwk Alnftd'ns,1'"'" " ' " Bl-V Ttimnnme,' JJhu'k OVftpfi. MrMb, ' ' ' lilvick Ornpe Colter. blnrf k Crrtjia VeiiA,;' ' mvt'K L.0TW TBlli, mrK winnnniw, ( oi k n r. . A Kug.Orhpea, Blnck J 'nnt. aiNOIIAMS' aa ; ClirjSES, New Style Km broideries, ate. ' ''Beat make, new Wyle, 1 '" ' 'n' '' kid :G,ovl&; Short Sacks, Cloth1 Dusters, Shawls. Laca Points, &c. Our stock la ...

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. — 19 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. THE ARMY IN MOTION. K Yoaut, Hr, 18 TUWasbinetoaCOr- reapondenc of the Pout, dated the J7io, Ti tba nawa front tka front ia important Tbil moraine), taa kraal am it In atutioa towarda Eradarickaburg. What ia the place of opera tion aftar Frederioantmrff aball be bald aa a baa of aappliea dor not appear. Tba eondition of the army il inch aa to lire it General areai aonfi dance ia tb rnlt of lb bx battl. W faav. mora tfoot than the rebel Oener alt, but it ia bt no aueasa impoeaihle tbat Lee may out-numjer General Uurnsid when be atnne to firrhl. With B'rwdericasbar. aa the headquarter of oar arm, it will be comparatively ar to lur niab k with aappliea by the way of Aqaia Uree and tne raiiroaa irom mat point to r reu arickabura. Tba War Department will hereafter inaiat that substitutes be compeiiea to enter tne oiu reeimenta La remain for nine month. With tbia understanding the Government will prefer ubatiluiea to tb onxuia...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 November 1862

11 0 HU M E Y B B r &' L, O Q A N( t Sumatra BalMlng;. 1 10 "Mela treat. . i i oAn.TMaruLm.i l i ir. Per sae. fwavaMeto fMrrlowr).,- ii. ... S It By atari per annum, inadTaniw.n.i,,, , i i. n u,a, QMTOTflMIU. i.iiii. i . , .'. PS rrbi Emu miftiitM or mn m m semerv eeuaty. Peyraaatta advance In aHeneee JOB IB.Il--?IlC3r-'"'""' :' of every daenrlptfott, executed on HtMn fmm, fa 04 MM eeyle,aaa ! VOL. XIV. L)AYrrOK OHIO: THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 20 i862, NO, 106. Dayton Business Directory. I 1 S 1 i Tim voa Aavvvnnwe u ImtM Dial iBoveav. Beguler yearly advertieere, eee Iibo Brae) St iw w for ait BMWthei 91 for three UMn , Ti ii . ,, u a 1 i ' J a 0 OITTT QOVEBNMENT. Maewr. William H. Gli- li oftee, HIT, Hal. Mornhiw. ataoy B. Oaia; sfflni, at Mayor's onoe. TreaAO-ar. 1. W, Beeoej oftkje, J. W. UM Bra's. QoUator. Joeiah LoveUi offloe, Clara. Anthony Stephen! otaoa, Oouaeil Otduaber. Vtlm CbonoU. , , Kin Ward Arabs Danker and Hugh Wtgrlm. ' Beoond Ward Here Uimm and tJirnm ttrropg. Third 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. — 20 November 1862

WM. T. IiOUANi Kttttor. THURSDAY, NOVKMUKK 20, 1B62. Democratic Jubilee at Salem. The Democracy nf Kand-Jjih. towusuip will hold JollihoMioiv -at rlrm.oii rn iUt eveiiinay NoveinW T. t TimKHHcn and oilier '"will aililrees tlie meeting. All re invited to ftltend. The Right of Discussion. ttle pcrfsctlj wmp-Hejit for any citiwn to discuss te polioy of peace or war with out nr Imputation upon liia loyally. , Jf one party may deliberately prefer war ami disunion to compromise, anil concession, wliy may not the other party prefer peace to a war which they do not believe can re sult in ny good to the country ? That mail in incapable of reasoning from cause to effect who believes thht the Vnion as it wit rnn bo restored 1V the simple exercise at ; that a (tree iroveriunent can he mainlninod without tlo consent of the gov erncd ;. that the constitutional guarantees to the States can I preserved and enforc ed in those States where the entire electors are onioned to tliciu ; that civil govern...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 November 1862

Dry Goods. XT o s e CORNER MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. iiunBVM TcrTT T en A IT-rlV VANDORlliN, MILLbK a tOAi 1 1 JOHN, VANDOBaH UU.) DRY GOODS. CHECK, P0LARD AND INDIA BILKS, BEMT BBANDS (LACK BILK. PLAIN AHU FANUI M UZ. A B Itfc1 H, riiAlU f&Uu US UUU1BIL, CHECK POPLINS. A uarg stook of LIDIEt AND MUSE! HD0PaK RT81 LAUILs) " VMS esaaa.aa Dum j vn "viii-. - TRAVTEMn HRESSI (l(l(ll)3 ' lBAlblilllU WitlVVJ U 1 Plain aad Check, la graat variety. A beautiful Una rreiith Orr.iifllei, Treat Lawns, urea.. :"" "iM imfvenset; ;;;.rv.;', OLID" COLORED II ER AGES $ l:' ' Wlnehwaarlti HAtF PBIOB.1" Houriiing' I?t?S3 Goods; Black Bomhkalrres,' Bler ChaWer, Blank letainea, ' ' '"' Black Alpacc., ' " Blank Tamartidnn,' Blx-k ftrana Jfitrttt; ' Black Crwpa oollara, ' ' Black wVll,; o.i Ulack liora Valla, " Black OlnRhiima, '" " Bl'k FT. Kn. Onp, Black ftuu, GINOHAMS ana ; CHINTZES, i Bout mak, new Itylo, '", '"" ',' Short Sacks; Cloth' i Dusters, aXaK MANTILLAS Sliawls, Lace Points, &c. Onr et...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FIRE IN CHICAGO. TZ Chicago, No. 19 A fir last night at Lett' Irow Works damaged the building 10 the txleal of 6m thousand dollars Insured. Tbe loee on lm-k will probable reach lea tbo. send daUare half ineered. The fir It tup pused to b tlie work ol an incendiary. THE DRAFT. oity and eouaty took place to-day. Everything passed eff peaceably, and cheerfully, the lum inary manner in which tha Government dealt with ta Oaeankea count haa pat down all feelinc of resistance). Among tha drafted wa Ralph C. Johnenn, a prominent buisnees man, a ton of General I'aiue, and other well known cltiw.it. KENTUCKY MILITARY DISTRICS. Louisville, Nov 39 Headquarter Dept of tha Ohio, Cincinnati, Nor 17 General Order No 20 That portion of Kentucky in cluding and lying went of the contiee ot Old ham, Shelby, Simiicer, Washington, Marion, Taylor Adair, Rutsrll and Clinton, will con stitute the District ol Western Kentucky, un der tha command ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 November 1862

. WKXfeU.. KMFULfc. '"r Oeeenpr per annum,. , ..91 oft rTM KMruaauvatesfree of postage In Mont fosMry owietr. rjnMjutlnedTeJKelB aBaBaee." JOB PXtlXTXIXTCa- of sverr imtpllM. wM as Steess hMiu, la he b t style, wad at nmmM ertooo. .i ..J . reaUaaeB mn itmMaa,' tf ' J BOLLMEYBRf! LOOAN( Haaplre aaalUtae;. 110 Mai tHflC" . I OA.ILT JBMPIRB.: , , 1 I hr week. (Mvahatto . a 10 j n I , VOL. XIV. DAYTON, OHIO: t'lUDAY. NOVEMBER 2 1, 1862. NO. 107. viul 1dfl 11. II. IlilEI II .Si .iiVULy ' il H II. II ii-il. II hMr,r. - Dayton Business Directory. Teaaa roa Aavaantiae ib Btrstaast Dial rfBBOVOBT.- Regular yearly nlmtiiM, oae IIm f m 4 per year i St fer six months t II tor three oitv oovEnisrjEEisrx. Jfeawr. William . ttlUesplef oce, 10T, M alB. ManluL tHaor B- OaWl amoe, at Mayor's ofllce. rnuinr.-U. W. kmi otfiue, J, W. IMrst A Bro'a. Sokoitar. Jonah Loral 1 1 office, Clrt Anthony Stephana; ofaoa, Co until Chamber, (try O'mti-. r Wri Amo Deckruid HuRti Wlgtfm- '" Bfww4 Ward are Btmia 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. — 21 November 1862

WmTtTlOQAN. Editor. FRIDAY. NOVKMBKK 11. 1861 Release of "Political Prisoners." . are," Bine the luiMn Muit nW ot men held aa " political prisoners"' nv Un mWmnI " honorably discharged " and onot gln breathe the pntw ir of heaven and enjoy the freedom of Ameri can citiaeu. Thia groat and glorioua reanlt. " But thertl are hundred! who yet ara eompelled to drag through weary dayt of confinement in the damp and alimy cell of tha Government bastiles; men who ware arrested without charge prefer nxUm prisoned without trial, and are con fine.! for thev know, not what. Must theae thing longer continue in free Amor ica? Will not tha President heed the voice of the people proclaimed in thunder tonee through the ballot-box T We ap peal not to the arch-fiend William II Skwaro ; he is deaf to the calls of hu inanity ; his black heart is steeled to thi sufferings of hia fellow-countrymen im mured in filthy dungeons by his duspolic orders, i Drunken with power be riots ou the autumns' of his victi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 November 1862

Dry Goods. s a OORBBB MAIM ARB BBOOND STREETS. VANDOREN, MILLER A FOX, lloJOHN.VANDOBENAOO.) DRY Q0 OD8. CHECK, FOtaRD AMD 1MDU 8ILKS, BEST BRANDS BLACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANCY M07.AnlBltJ.UE8, PLAID PAUL DK 0U.01EK, CHECK POPLINS. A large .lock af LADIES AND MISSES KOOPi SKIRTS" IMI MAKE AND BHAPB NOW SOLD. TRAVELING) DRESS GOODS; Plain and Check, in great variety. A beautiful Una rreach Orcaadlea, French Uwtii, elreaa- m?i i4'. . dlaet and Be rage. i,.,). kn .. . A )oblot'' 1 " OL.II VOLOHED ' BERitiEl t, nan Whkh we are selling at BALF PBIOB, llourning. Dress Goods; Bleak Bombaatriee,' . . Blank Chalhee, ' 1 Blank Uelainaa, r hianh alpaonaa, . Black 'finamn, - Blank !) KiW 1 Blank GrapaOelleBB, Blank Ornpe Valla, Jm Blank bum Valla. 1 Blank Uughaiiie, Bl'k ft. a) Bags Ovnpea, Blaek Pnnla. OINOHAMS Md OHINTZKH, Maw Mrla Eaaawrolderlee, .. . t.'f 1 t . aYtfiet liMk saw style. - icir ,.a-oy:i3B. Short Socks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS,' Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Oor atn-ok la to...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. FROM FREDERICKSBURG. v.. Yr.ee. Not. SO. Oca. etoClelleB ar- rived in towa laat night. ... qv . . i.u; M kaiiammi v ii. ui. .v.. .i.. Kt. nf the ID oa tbiibuiw eiwiee rebel nai be aaeceeded in reecbin.- a point "T .nd K.chmnnd Jacktea arid Smart are eaid ro be between P.lut. and Werrenton. The Times' Wahinrtoa dispatch aavs, A gentleman who arrived her on 1 aeedav, irom Aquia Creek, which place be left that moraine;, tare the rebel force at Frederlckeborj wee ooopletely taken by surprise at our rapid ad- rsnoe on Falmoatb, and bad barely succeeded making their eeeape from oar cavalry under Oen. Bayard. While Bayard cavalry was at the former nl.rn tha raiels eoened fire from fonr pieces or artillery, statiooea oe a Bin in me rwr Fredericksburg. It was replied to and soea - JACKSON AND LEE TO UNITE. New Yobi. Nov. 20 A special to Herald sara the latest information from Harper's Fer- rr repreaenU that Stonewall Jackson is Tailing back. This ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 November 1862

ilOLtMEVEH 'i1 LOO AN. Knaplre HuUdlng, HO Mala BtrMtt n DAILY 1CMPIB.B. Per week, (payable to Oarrlera)..,, 4. 10 By idimI pal annum, la ad venno,. , , ,,. A 0 ' wkkk.lv KMPiRHf. Ouojjf prannumM-........,HM....w 91 00 KMvifta oiitmlatesfrM of dmImi ia Mont a, otnary oauaty Payment i n wlvMMMii job iK.iirriisro of arer? description, eiecaled 8M friMm, I ll bOAt SyiO, UIO U rMWOIMM pnM. VOL. XIV. dacton; Ohio: -smujiday; ;:nov;emi3eh 22, imzzzi" no. 1 os, ai "nix Mrf.m(,wn la,w.iiivl,'v, iruti' fat ""' ''"'--j4t i " !-' --I-..-" mmmm-mmm Dayton Business Directory. Taaws worn ADvaxTiarre la Bnstxses Dibbotobv. Regular yearly adveruaere, on line gratia-. Others 4 per year; i for six monthii $1 for three nooning lasT-Aum.! in all oatsfta oduonot. . it , OITY aOVERNMBNO'. afnyor. William It. 0illei9pi; office, MT, stain. ;" Afa'rsAnX. Stacy H. Cain; olfl, at Mayor'a office. Trta.Mrtr.-U. W. Reeae; olttne, J. W. Hants) Bro'e. Holiciiar. Jotiah l-iovell; office, Uff. Anthony Biephsus; offi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 November 1862

riinliUil.i WM T. LOGAN. Editor. 8AVURDAY, NOVBMBKR 3, l-aH. i .1 i inuMJUiuitl i 'JJiaea Withdrawn. bin onncton With 1hMioion V th Dayton .WW, and Mr. Maot immM wntlrt) control, t ( , Democratic Jubilee at Salem. Taw nWm84 DenWoracJr of Bataro, Bandolph township, had a grand Jubilee fast night, in rejoicing over tha law p$m ocratic Yictorie. in th aeTeral Stats. Th occasion drew quit a larg crowd of " but ternut" from th lurrounding country Coiler toe cbief management of that in domitable Democrat, H. M. Tdbnbb, Eaq., a!tel by ether leader of the party !n that section, the afiTair wa gotten up in spleudM tyle,'and everything paaeed off faandtomely. 1 Early in the evouiag large bonfire were lio-hieJ in different Dart of the town, a - o 1 mall nwivel gun belched forth Democrat ic limn ler, and the Salem bran band en livened the exercise with ipirited and pat riotic air. AUout even o'clock proceion was formed, and headed by .the band, njaruhed to a largo warehouse, where short address...

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. — 22 November 1862

Dry Goods. 3ST O . SB, OORNIR MAIN AND SECOND BTBIETS. VANDOREN, MILLER A FOX, (BuooaasorstoJOHN.VANDOBEN A OO.) DRY gTo ODB. CMKCK, FOLtRD AND INDIA BILKS, BklHT BltANDS BLACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAM RIQUES, I'LAID 1'AUL UK 0U01UE, CHECK POPLINS. A large Ftook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOPi SKIRTS BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain ud Check, In great variety. , , ,a, A beautiful Una ,.,, , French Organdies, French La wiis, Grcna- dluci and Bcrngee." ' ' A joblol '.,,..,.....,. SOLID COLORED BERAGUS' ; Which we are selling at HALF PftlOK. ' , , Mourriing' Dress" Goods; Blar Romhniltiae, ' Black Challtes, ' ",' Ulack Delaine, , JMack Aljmoces. i' Black Tnmartines. Black Crape farota, Black Urape Collars, ' Mack Crape Veila,; Black Love Vails, Black Uingluuns, , Bl'k Fr. A Bug. Crapes Jllauk ftiatm., , . , QINQlIAMS and . OIIINTZES, Hew Blyl Ktnbrolderle, ate. Beat make, new style, ' "; , ",, ;". kidgwo:y.i?8: Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, ...

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. SOUTHERN NEWS. Fortbk Moo, Noe. 20. OalhalStk our'jickt wre) driven In at Sonola, rbrw u pot General Pck test oat a Tore aed drove alt th rebel or th Bleokiratar Uivar. Bridge era now being eonairucted over all lb baiireea Saffoil. aad Blackater, and alto erros that river by oor force Four hundred Union urisoner ara toba M City I'.iint Bridg lh 21m. While tha traow boat Matamora ramalaed thera bar officer and .raw wcra aot allowed to (tap o shore, neither was ant communication except official affor ded them. Tbe rebel officer war aot com nunicativ or aveo tocial a hat generally been the eaea keretofore. .Xbe foUowhif areextraota from tba Rib-I mond Knqalra of the 18th: Ona hundred and ten Abolitionista captured a few data ajro at Snicker',: Ferry arrived but etening and were lodged in the Libbe Priaoa. The tcadinK editorial tpeaka ol tba attar iioplne of recognition b ibreiRn power, a tuna aa the war lute, and ay tbit ia not the doctrine ...

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. — 24 November 1862

nuna nnt fYiwl, n !. ItO ItLMUYEH . A LOQAN, Hasplre Ilelldlngv HO Mala Btrtiejt. 1 .'. DAILY BMPiaK Par nali, (payable lo Carriers). 10 , 0 rly malt pel aaaum, IsadTaaoo,.. wiiut mmrmm. Ilnaonn na.anniim I . .... ......11 00 ew"i he KneiBaoiroulaAeefreeof peelage IB (omeryoouaty.. PaymoBliBadvaaoeta anoaoos."A JOB PBIKTINO if etery deeoriptlon, eiemited on Steal at reeaoiieble prioos. iii; ipif VOL. XIV. DAYTON, OHIO: MONDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1862. NO. 109. ; i ; ' I I i he beat alyle, Dayton Business Directory. Teeae roe ADTBtrmmi in Bmfwaai -TtaB0Toav. Regular yearly edYorUeera, ona Una gratis, ulhara 4 rr mri J fur six montha; 11 for three months. Brttymtnt in oil owu to edwnel. OITY OOVBKNUBIfT. Af.ioor. William H.4IUeanto efnVe, 107, Main. .W.riVil many B. Chain) oltlne, at Mayor'e offl'-e. Trea.urer.-I). W. Baee; olflo, J. W.IMret A Urn's. Wolielfor. Joaieh Lovelli onVe, . VUrk. Anthony Stephens) otnoe, Oouneu Chamber. CVy Cbunrtt. ... , ... Kirat Ward Amos Decker and Hn(h Wiffkt...

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. — 24 November 1862

. , MONDAY,. !$VKVBR 14, 1861 .i 1 1 i i. .unwind mtUi1.1.-. "I A "Butternut" Party---Mr. Vallandigham A "Butternut" Party---Mr. Vallandigham "Caned." "J L'Wi'Wf i c&WrWWOUthe uad mj, inti '.Jam .'Wiuwiiig r mentation MuXaXiirti:r-Tb ledHeof OeyioB w'yeee' here !, rrminj, here made 4 ii inf pleasant dttty to pre etrt tw job in their mm thia cane. You to receive ft i - m ateatimoaialp(.Urpl0Bai rmpect aau esteem, sad M an arjdpBee of their admi'T . Wb otha MniBokia .touilode. tth hK 1 .ia. MminBi"ike BiiaciDlra von hare baiieied.ta be light ' Aad it is ateo TtaaMfhnMthBf while nan of the daugh ira nt America, have been channed br th woful warliitb Vtotehi andDtood-rtiWirjr Umgs, ib whom we now stride in rain to diecorer any ol I bona meraitul aAd tonjpasaioiiaie IraiUi which" we'haVe' adrhfred 1 In tbenf heretolore, ifililiVAl!iitai' "rtf; t-wian Mad) defceieatv M here are lot iuA of them amonK ns, whit hire ' noi wo4Bce, who luldlmy rtt that frarrnl oanorana whioh ahowi n brothe...

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. — 24 November 1862

Dry Goods. o . b e , CORKER MAM AND 8E00M0 STAIITA. VANDOBEN, MILLER 4 FOX, (tKMMMOn to JOHN, VANDOBEN 00.) DRY CTO ODB. CHECK, TOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BBdT MIAN Do BLACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANOY MU7.AMRICJ.UB8, PLAID PAUL DK UUUiBK, CHECK POPLINS. A large atook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP, SKIRTS' BEBT MAKE AND BHAPB NOW BOLD. TRAVELOG DRESS GOODS; Plain and Check, In grew rarlaty. A beautiful Una ..i u i ...... .iauiiMJUia JLwkc.,-.,,...i. . Will k.ie . A AftaAi rt iml iinhl'M x"' r . ; ... M,iM,naf ..a . Mdr3nii.wwiwni IIoiiniiiTS.lress:; ,n,l,, T.I, t II .rl I I lllluiLnll, Wank; BqbaNA'l a . W flMl'f fcil-l a.i ..( I' .ila.ik.yaUipea, ., i..,TailJW'ViAPWui ,,.,,.,! .1. I,. ,...,,.. .Al !... .1 -Jilj h tfv-iail'i yuii iiniu. "'t'V' ' ''OP Jj'lj 'l' .tf3!!fd'.' 11" JHi.nen. ,...ua. .an BlieMAWiAW.iwwr,vw..u ! I'l. A 111 1 'mlHTf.! A II AW. Ill . M.-M I . II iW.tiJ.WWi,la:Je, T K-I-U-' IB".' ..llT...r ,i .i. iN...i. Umm J.ir.M.t.1 Ih-M a.'-H A Short- tSaoksUJlothiiDusters, silk i!lsrri...

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. — 24 November 1862

By Telegraph. WASHINGTON THREATENED. Priladrlpbia, No.. .I Tha Waahiagto o. tk Ir. He rn w rvi' . . An impreeeioa prevailed """'i'V"? 1 r J.ken.'a corn Wer advancing apoa Wa.hiBgtoB, ami ki arrived in lha tin ciBtty o( Leeeborg. .... ... We know if Htooewell Jaekaons comes this with leas thn one hundred thoMd, itfrntaalmea will boI let him get beck again. It ii thought the rebel OR oor immediate frost are Rot i rbj eoneidorable forea, VARIOUS REPORTS. Wasrirotor, Nov. J3 Tha Beosatioa re. mors of mediation and intwrwentioB Brought bv th Preia,arsprioo. r K. 23 The Grenada Acnee! of the 18ih it greatly Rercieed about the retar. It appeal to lb people to rIly sb mae around Pembrtoa and eaya ia Ihia way the army may t Inoreaeed to one hundred thoueand, tbere- by virtuellv acknowledging that It it, a pree Ot. mUCh MMS tBU MBW, - Uoe. ructor, 01 Anianeaa n- JadgriaieaariaaaungBB.wo. . Uotreraor elect, la Hutaiiea FROM FREDERICKSBURG. HiAOqaa AT or thb Potomac, Not. 21, U P. bl. Oaa. Patr...

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 November 1862

DAILY UMPIttB, Par week, (payable to Uarrlera).. By bmuI per uaun, la ad.enea,.. lllliH S WBKKLY KMPiaa. Oiieflopyperennuro ft 00 ert'lie Kaetaa urouleleafree of peeUae lu Mont, (ninarj uounly. Peymeut ia edraaoe m eMoeee." JOB 3?RIN"TIlsrO or eTerjr deeortptlon, eiemited oa Steam' Praa.ee, la ho beat atyle, and at reaeooable prloee. roaueaea wrm irmni rr r DOliIiMEYEU LOOAN. Uatnlra Buildlns;, IIO Main Btrt.' Dayton Business Direotory. Taaaa roa AoTiariniaa l Bonsess DiaeoroaT Regular yearly ed.ertieera, on Una gratia. Othera It par jraari l tor ail monthei 1 fot three monthe. JnrPijiiMt in all onee. ia advance. CITY OOVBRNMBNT. ,W.iyoc William n. Mllleapie; olBce, I0T, Main, .tj.mant ejtery H. Uainj offloe, at Mayor's offli'O. 7Ve-arer. 1. W. Reeaaj onVe, J. W. lMrat Bro'e. tiuiiettvr, Joaiah Lovelli oflloe, Clerk. Anthony gtepheus; ornoo, Couneil Chamber. City Council. Kirat War.! Amos Danker end Hugh WlKim. Henond Ward Kara Bimm and Hiram Mirunf. Third Ward I. 11. Kierated and (...

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 November 1862

TUK8DAY, NOVBMBKR i6, MX The Advance in Printing Material. tcrlal. The unparalleled advance in the price nf Yianar am 1 other torinttptT material, U r r - lust now the absorbing topic smong newt paper tneti. '. Th white pper m which the Empire i printed, cart more Man A prirs at which U it furnished to lubteribtrt. Ot court we cannot very long afford to pnblisb t paper at thia rat. . We have determined to advance the price of the Daily Empirt after thia week. V dig. like rerv much te do it bnt there f no al ternative, and we feel very aure our frienda will fully appreciate the necemity of thia atop. We will announce the advance in a day or two. The Cincinnati Enquirer of thia morn ing haa the following on the subject: "Within the lest few weeks, owing to the ararcity of raga, which are being man' ufsvetured into ahoddy clothing by acme ingenious fellows, paper ha advanced from eight or nine cent a pound to fifteen or sixteen cents a pound, and (till on the fine. This unprecedented p...

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