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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 25 November 1862

Dry Goods. isj- O . is e , CORHIR MAIN AND 8K00ND STRIRTB. VANDOHKN, MILLEB it FOX, (Suonaeaon to JOHN, VANDOREN 00.) DRY cTo O D S . CHP.OK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, HKHT HltANLS BLACK SILK, PLAIN ANU FANCY MuZAHBIUIIBS, PLAID PAUL LB CHUUta, CHECK POPLINS. A Urg rtook. of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BUST MAKB AND HHAPB NOW BOLD. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS; Plain aait Check, In great variety. A beautiful Una French Organdies, French Lawm, Arena. dine and Borage. A joblot OI.IU COLORED BERAGES I Which wa ara telling at HALF PRICK Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Romhaainea, Blank Challiai, Blank Dalalnaa, Klack Alueocaa. tlleca Tamamnea, Black Oraie Marete. liieca urae collar., alack Orae Vt.il,, vim i jit t inin, aiwiK viiutnama. wKrr.aaug.umpH, alec .'note. OINOIIAMS unci CHINTZES, New Btyle Kmbraldarlai, ate. Bant maka, new style, rciD g oves. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our atmk It lama ami da.irahle. comnrl.in. .11 ih. new and varied My 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. — 25 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. HOOKER AND LONGSTREET. New Yobe, No. II A Washington let Ur to tbe Commercial dated 23d, save It will not be wondered at If lonEelreet tad Oensr I Hooker la hierear, unless ae sea tbia Morn ing seeaddled bark to Richmond. FROM FREDERICKSBURG. Niw Yobe,Not. 24 A pwil to the Her ald tar the rebelt are (till ia ocapatian f Fredericksburg, and bar demanded further time U ooaeider the qaeetioa ot III (orrender. On Friday night, alter the interview tbeeifil eoihoniiei, Oeoeral Nnmner informed them that II they had any further communication to present, Oenernl Patrick would meet them again the neit moroinf. un Baiarday accord ingly' the Mayor end otiunoil cam over ac companied br General Kiershaw, Colonel Blend, and Captain King, oi Georgia. The ofll cere claimed that the civil authorities could mas no propoeition unleaa the tame wai ac cepted by them. General Patrick objected to receire thee officers: subsequently, however, Qe...

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. — 26 November 1862

... J rvuan iwt Aftaaa, B? BOLLMEVKll A LOGAN. j Eplre Bulla la a;, I1U Mala Street. DAILY RHPIU, , per week, (payable to Carrier).. 10 avy man pr aiiaum, in auTaaoe,. A (M W11KLT KnriRI. On copy per annum. ..II 00 V"fh Kaeiaa oironlalafre of paatage fa atnnl- Mont. gomflry oouaty. fryniutlBdrsAOla BHoaaaa."! job pniisrxi2sx of every rleaorlpflrm, vw;a(4 on Steam PresseB.la Dayton Business Directory. TlRVt roil AfTRTlIfW IN BtniMlftt t)tBMTOT. Reicti.ar yvarly attrertiMra, oq liu gratia. Others 4 iHr rear; 2 for mi months; f 1 for Uirw monlliii, rvuyment in au mmi in rndxxme: CITY GOVERNMENT Afntor. William IT. Oilleapiel office, 107, Main. Murthal. Ulacr B. Cain: ornce. at Mavor'a office. 7Vkurar. 1. Mr. Beeae; office, J. W.Uaral Bro'a Soitcuor. Joal.h IjOTelli onto, Otrk. Anthony obsphena; oflioe, Council Chamber. t,iiy uiuncw. r irel WardAmoa Docker and Hugh Wlggtm. Mooond Ward Kara bunin and Hiram Hironff. Third Ward I. 11. Kiereted and Uoo. W. Rogers, rourtn ward J. A. Miniokan...

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. — 26 November 1862

4 WKDN KSOAY, NOVKMBKR 86, 1861. No Paper To-Morrow. - There will be no papsir iasaeti from tbii offica to-morrow. Th EnriB printer will thank Govarrjor Tod for a holiday, publishers' Convention. TL Waataua DuLluiMni ar now in Uon- veatioa t Indianapolis, to perfect arrange ..., . mm tl ntmAnliiiirf advance In the orice of criutinn material. '" Tlmir pitUdiug art not yet wJ public.. Fairfield County Election. ''---i A special election i to takN plae in Fairfield county, on ToeaJay, December 2. to elect a BepreaenUtive to the Legiala ture, to 611 the vacancy caused by the death of Hon. J. C. Jbtrie. Mr. Vallandigham at Chillicothe. culue. . Mr. .. ViLUNmoHAM epetki t Chilli- cotlia to-dy ( Wedneedey.) end from thence proceed immediately to Wanning ton, to bo present at the opening of Con grots next Monday. Cleveland Newspapers. The Cleveland publisher have rained the price of their Daily paper to fifteen cent per week, to meet the advance in the price of printing material. Publisher ...

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. — 26 November 1862

Dry Goods. e e CORNER MAIM AMD 8K00ND STREETS. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX, (Huooeaeer. to John, vandoben 00.) dry cTo o r 8 . CHKCK, TOLARD AND INDIA SILKS, BEHT BUANDS BLACK. HILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MO.i M UIIJUK8, PLAID PAUL DK CU0111K, CHECK POPLINS. A targe etook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS1 BUST MAKR AND IHAPB NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain aad Cheek, in grant variety. A beautiful Una French Organdlei, French Lawn, ttrfna dlnei and Berage. A Job lot BOMU COLOKEU BERAOES J Which we are .elling at HALF PB10B. " Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bornhaalnee, Black Challiee, Blank Ueleinee, Blank Alpaooaa, Black Tainartw.., Blaok Grape Mareta, , , , Black Grape Oollar., . Blank Orape Veil.,; Blaik Lota Veile, Black Winghama, Ul'k Fr.a Kug.OraKM, Blaok I'nnu. OINGIIAMS and OHINTZKS, Rlaw a.yla Haebratdarfta., etc. Beat make, new style KID G OVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SIIiK X-I-A.3SrXII.X.A.S, Shawls. Law Points, &c. Our ntock ! large and desirable, compriMing all tht new...

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. — 26 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL DASH. Motoomit, Not. 25 At "vlight to day tixiy rebel cavalry entered roolasviiia, salted the Oner a tor Cherrv. and a Sergeant, ad paroled them They were allowed to tele- nnk tnishaii la Washington. The bold n est of the re bell earned consider able alarm here. FROM RAPPANHANOCK. WiasiKOToM. Nov. 15. A diioatcb. receiv ed to-aight from the army of the Potomac, ttatel nothing; important to oommaaicatw. RUMORS. Not. 25 A ipecial to Am I ran from Uunir'i FerrT ilatee that Ueo. Kel ly yesterday sent scout froia New Creek who captured tweiTe reaei picxsis witnin iwrpum of Winchester. The pisoner nay that Jackson started out his whole force for Richmond f ia Front Roy al leaving only a regiment of cavalry at Win chester. We shall probaly occapy Winchester short ley, when the reconsiruotioa of the Baltimois and Ohio Kailroad win oe cmpiewu m it. J1- PUBLISHERS' CONVENTION. lKDiAKAroi.li. Not. 25 The Publishers' Conventio...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 November 1862

-UOliLMKYEB LOOAN. QnatMH MMllllMij.-. ... i . i..S1 4MrTrte EHrtanirflui'ili.irf4of paataga in Mont ' g-mrr uouoiy. Pme;itia adraaoo Jiaabie,.ec.' Of every daeenptlon, io.ut4 on MAaa,1 ftHII la ke hoit llo, Mid el "onU i.tion. Dayton Business Directory. TM roe ATWTtHKe , Iff VvBHSM PieBVToaV. fxaa-uiar yearly a.irertiaor, one edrertteera, one ita e-reue., wnwi En 4 puwi Sato, etvnwontMi SI M.txtraeBaMuie. xtayaaw. m amwtw CITY GOVERNMENT. ,.,1U J J Ml . .. - .' " . ;. ' "I LL . aVtvor. William B. Gilleapta; efor-e, 10V.aVeravt o . Bleuy B. Cm , at Mayor1. olWa.. I ,ifVuurMr-B. W.BiOHoa.JW.iMMWii 'i. ., . .... '""' Joih Lovrtli prtif., . , . I ' -""Cr eu-iwA-' " - 1 " ' . . . .. Kinrt Ward Anio Dtof (fft Wtgjtm. 1 ..ii .-I'. ,t. (hoort Ward Km B'mlJ! ud Hirrn Buoof. ";' Third Wjrd I. H. Kltsa .i Gjo. W. ",t " ' ' Hirth Wrd-J. A. Mioiok .Uj. . ttillllii4. Fifth Wrd Bum ThoiriM nd re Ihoiu. T.'"-?.-'-r"ixih Wud W. M. Lots ud Jamb i)mkr. John H. lppliniBI ! id Iwt J. 81. OUIr. - ' W I ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 November 1862

FRIOAT. NOTKMBKRtS, 186J. The Democratic Association. Dmocrt irai Jfawt .to morrow night at, bkwi.'Jwu,: : m o'clock - b ;'.:;: ttJi: tnOffJtt ?nW'M l , wek agt at tb EVttH toffl"nd otnmittwi, consisting of Messr. D. A. Hook, Ca- BILL, BoU.atS.TIR, TBIIBIHiR and GlLLII- ril were appointed to draft-ei Constitution 4i nd DeljtioofJPripcipW ; .... Tl Committee i prepared to report Saturday Bight Retnsmber Satardav '' night at t o'clock and turnTrotiemocrat.J - ' No one will confound thit with the Bou. Mcrin Moaumtnt Association. They ara separate organisation. Com and hear, and o nr.' ' '"""J "The Reactionary Programme." Under thit head the Whitewater Reg " Uttt, a prominent and influential Rppubli- aa paper of Wiiconain, comments upon an article copied from the Chicago Timet, in which success in re-establishing our - Government by the triumph of onr armies alone it dexpaired of, and the inference is drawn from the result of the late election ! ' that the people art in favor of trying ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 November 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST O 6 e CORNER MAIN AND iEOOND .TBEBT..''' YANDOREN, MILLER t FOX, . . (BtMOaaear. la JOHN, VANDOBEN 00.) dry cTo o r 8 . CHRCK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, i '" BEST 11 HANDS BLACK MILK, 1 PLAIN AND FANCY MUZAMmoUKS, PLAID PAUL. DK 0U01UK, CHECK POPLIN 8. A Urge .look t LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SK.RJ& BEST MAKJB AND BHAPB NOW SOLD.:. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain aad Check, in great variety. A beautiful tin 'WM QrB4le;itieqJi Tfrinn,reii. t.is -ji vii"A 111 i-- m' .i i.,, .(j v : .X A Jo.: . t.,.,g , ' SOLID COLORED BEUAGE8 , ;::;:lurninj ,,,,'JliomiWriv '-'''Wt ciiAll...,; ' "' "' " ;, BljWkDelaine.. ' I,',;Bljck AlMstcita. ..,(.. 'J " ' MMktZitiMZ'l Sh6rt 1 Sacks,' Ctyfli flusters, ' Shawls, Lace Points,; &c. Oirr stock la larre and desirable. Mmnriiina .11 d,b mw and varied my I no a frabnoa of u Hum. mar ket, sod are ottering great iuducemenie to CAHtl and .aninapec- rox. . AVfeMlJljaW Poplins, BLACK AND WHITE PLAID GOODS- ilaodaome Una .,, Organdies, .Xawns. &...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 November 1862

JJyMegraph. ''raKFO&TED FO& TE3 DAItT EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. Wamitovovv " Not. 17 Th Preside. " ' yesterday went bf speeisl steamboat ooaver t aaoe to Aquia; Cieek . wher a vrms act tr ', (Ha. Burntide. He retaraed lais soorninf - by the same areas. . - The ConmiMiaaar of Intereel Eeveaue baring Beard the argaraeBU of ooaaeel ia ragard to tba liability to laxatioa aadar the . exereia lav of persons engaged ia la ataaa Ceetare of olotbiog, baa prepared an elabor ata statement deqidinf that clotainf a manufacture, subject to taxation at tba rata of I par eeot ad valor, tba rata to ba ra i turned by tba Btaaureotarar, aa aatiaatad by aiamara i tha aeanaer prinud oat by tba autato. ... FROM NASHVILLE. , NuaTiixa, No. 16. Spacial Tribune ; aarc Tba situation ia mora prob,natical tbaa at laat advice ' ' Tba weight of military epiaioa cantiaaa . favorable to tba ieej that there will ba no batlle'ia middle Tennessee. If there ia, it will ba 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. — 29 November 1862

muni mat Arrmm, erf r HOLLMliYEIt'de' i-dCrANs tlutplre Building, HO Main MrecW f DAILY BMPIEI. Per week, (payable to Gerrier)..,.......-." By mail per annum, la dnw..M. WEEKLY ICJtPIUK. Dm Mm ner annum. .11 00 ArThd Km. las airaulatea free of postaita In Mont goineryoeunty. Payment in ad veaoe in aleeeea JOB PBINTINa' of every description, esemrtatl on Btam Presses, ia he Dest style, aDa at mwnim" p,,.. Dayton Business Directory.: Tteas pn AavseTisine m Bmnssss DiaaoroaT. Regular yearly advertisers, one line gratis. Others 4 nor rear f i for six months i II for three months. laVbynUrU in oU coma in othxmot. t Mayor. William H. Gillespie; onVe, 107, Main. ' ' ,V'irAf. Htaoy U. Calni onto, at Mayor's ornee. Trta-urtr.V. W. Beese; orooe, J. W . Herat Mro's. Hotteitor. Joauth Lovell; office, fjr. Anthony Stephens; office, Council Chamber. Ury Council. . mi Wanl Amoii Decker and Hugh Wlggim. Haoond Ward Kara Bunm and Hiram Wrung. . Third Ward I. 11. kiarated eaat Ueo. W. Rogers, rourlh ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 29 November 1862

WM. T. LO(AN, Editor. SATURDAY. NOVEMBEB 19, 1863. Personal. . V wr fkvorad Utii monwog . with a i s.ort oafi'vVotn Mr. Fiaswa, th spfightiy Jitor of 'tUtxcneut'lpf, A Allen County Democrat. II it looking wall, ' and report! tb Democracy of Alln conn- trnp and doing " ia aid el trur Bou.- luram llonnait II wy w may ex pect a good report from thai quarter. General Pope's Coat. According to th Richmond correspond- tnt of the London Timet, they have a coat belonging to General Pop, hanging in the window of th principal bookseller in Richmond, thai labeled : " This coat waa taken Croat ike wardrobe of Major-General John Pope, captured atCat lett'e Staiion, by Major General J. E. K Smart, and directed to be placed at West k Johnson's, with tbia Inscription : 'Taken from the man whotaid he never expectrd to see anything bat the back! of the rabala' " Mr. Vallandigham at Springfield. .jThe Clark Coonty Dtmocrat, in spcak ' ing of th Democratic Jollification at ' Springfield on the 2Ut inst...

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. — 29 November 1862

Dry Goods. no. o a , OOBMIR MAIN iND BZOOND TIKT. VANUOREN, MILLER A FOX, (Rimmn toJOBN, VANDOBEN 00.) DRY G0 O D 8 . CBBCK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, R8T HUANlMt BLACK H1LK, FLAIN ANU FANUY MOZAal HIQ.UB8, PLAID PAUL 1& 0UO1UK, CHECK POPLINS. A larga .took of a LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS1 BEST MAKE AND SHAPB NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain aad Check, la groat variety. A beautiful Una trench Organdies, Trench Lawng, Grena dines and Beraget . y. . A tebiat SOLID "COLORED ".' BEAaOES . Whieh we are Belling at HALF PB10K. Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bombailnaa, ' , Black Ohelliee, Hlaok IMaiww.. JMerdt Alpancn,. ... Black Tanwtinea, -., , Wan Ureao H.rele, i , Black Crape Dollar a. Week Grape Vetle.J Black Leva veil., . . JUaok Oinghama, i . ttl'k '. Kug.Crapaa, klaok friara. OINQ1IAMS and CHINTZES, Maw Btrla Kmbroldorlaa, aVo. Beat make, new atyla, . . ... ; . . KID G OVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth V Dusters, s;lk mantillas, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our stock I large and da....

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 November 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ELECTION IN NEW HAVEN. Kw Harts. Nov. 28. The Deaxooatiee to day hava carried their tiokwt at oar charter iectioa by an average majority or ou. FROM MEMPHIS. Careo, Nov. IT. Incendiaries Bra trying to bars tba city of Msatphis. Bnadtr Bight there war tea different fire, and MoMM nirht fourteen: tliowinz eonelnsively that there ii eoeoertad movement for tha oWrneticjn, of tba aity. Or a aitaiBHiii- nnnpt Taeeda ssomlnr. ts.o.iwnu'rad aad thj reb- I cavalry tonR.W'iB ot neaaaraoa, oa ma MMim wmo ttaiiroea, narning me mun i and other property; alto, took ooa eoai- pant of federal soldier, prisoner. THE TRIAL OF GENERAL McDOWELL. Wasbihotoii. Not. 18 Major Oaaaral KfcDoeteU's Court of Ianuir promise to bo of Ion oontiouance. Nearly all tka docu menu eallad (or by hiai hava baaa furnished. General MoClellen. a wall a-IanerBl Sigel, Rickattf, Harttoff, Pope-Bad other, whoa preteoc here willBfft interfere itk Ibair military duti...

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. — 1 December 1862

' mausaae mn iimnUi at H O liLM BTElls l)l4pOANJ . Umpire Hulldlug, IIO Mala 8treet, ...w A DAlLv KMPIB.B. ,C.Ui Pat weak, fuaeahlatn Oarriera)....-.......t 10 bjr mail per avaum, la advaooe...MT....v . OS , , . v. Onei-opy per annum.......... si ou ear-The BwFiBnolreiilata.freaof peelage la Mont gomery oounly. Payment"! advance in eHeaaaee.'M 1 I 1 JOB PBINTINO i 1 or every deeorlnttos, eaamrted on 8taa Pr la lie oe.t atyie. anu aa reaaonawe priwee. Dayton Business pirectory. Tsbms roa AavskTiamo im Bmipbm Dibiotob. Reiculer yearly advertiaera, ona Una grain. Other. l r ear, gl brail atoathai fl fur three mouths. a-Aiymmt In oU asm i arfwmoi. , . , . . CITY O-OVBIlia'l-tBIsrT. Afuyor. William ft. Oille.nlaYenVa,' lOT.Sf aln. MnrMlxU Bleisy B. 0m; ornoa, at Mayor', oltlue.- 1 rt..urr. I). W. Bmm; onVie, J. W . Kant a Hro'a. .Solicitor. Jo.iah liOfelli otnoa, 1 , Anilmuy lMphu. orHea, Council Cliambar. CW OouncK , , . , , .(,, r irnt Ward Arnoa Decltorand Hngh wlftirlm,,, Haisond War...

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. — 1 December 1862

' ' ' "W M.' T. Ou'jl1jJMr' MONDAY, DECEMBER 1. 16- "On the Wing." . Wiu" L. Ox.-. &H.of.lLi Ilau .ewciv GiMrri.l'Hp&M'R Saturday, and remained iu the rily over Sunday. E U'ft thi morning for home, ia Tole do, kvghly pleeeed with our model "city. lit t report the. Democracy , oCjlanoock county impatient for the next campaign, when, thty will roll up increased m iovity for th . Democratic nouiiuee foi Governor. There i no diicount ou the Democracy of Hancock county. Democratic Triumph in Connecticut. aerllcut. At the town election held iu Couuecti- cut on Monday leat, the Democrat gained largely, aud in many of the towns and cine achieved gloriun viet'iiies. In Hartford they elected their whole ticket hy niajoritioe ranging high aa 400. Tbi U the finit tiint the entire Democratic tik- ' et wai elected, at th full election in tlmt city, fur over twenty year. At Noiwalk ' they also elected tlioir'wliol ticket If a larire tnaioi ity. So we ho '"John Biown aoul ia Inarching on."!...

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. — 1 December 1862

Dry Goods. o . e a , CORNER MAIN AND BKOOND STREETS. VANDORKN, MILLKIt db FOX, (Huooa.r to JOHN, VANDOHEN OO.) DRY Q0 ODS. CHUCK, rOLARD AND INDIA B11.K8, llKKT HRAN1I8 BLACK Hil.K, .'LAIN ANIJ KANOY MO.A M HIU.UK8, PLAID I'AUL UK CUOIUK, CHECK POPLINS. A tars .look f , UDIEt ANO MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' HUNT MAKE ANO SHAPE NOW HOLD, TRAVELING DRESS GOODS; I'laln Mil Check, In great variety. .. . ..'.'.. Wuliful'llii '.!,.'.,'. A "... French Organdlcl, French Uwn, Crru. "M " didcmna Bcrigei. "' "" "" "" a joITio't ' 1 ' ' " OMU COLORED IIEHACES ur 1,1-1, mm are .ll,, .1 nil fAf. 1 '" .' Mourning . Dress ' Goods; If Pmt,, ''' Black Oballleji, " ' blank Iw.tKin. I'..-, Alpnuuei, , I f ' , .Ulavk 't'lMiiarlinra, , Jllauk Crap Mare'te, Ilia. If f'r.. Il..lla..a' ' Ll.,1. i - " Blwk Lor Vile. '' ' fcUu'k Jiuuhmiii! ' . , .urkfi.A. Kutf.ftmpM, uiwk ftinu, O t NmiAMS ml.'. OJ tlN'l'ZKM, New Blyl Kmbroltterlea, Ac.' ".'!. i , ,' .' !','! Bt mk, saw elyl,' ,',",',',' 1 KID a OVEH. Short Sacks, (...

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. — 1 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM FREDERICKSBURG. Hiad-ouartim Armt or rat Potomac, Nave. 27. The rebals eontintie 10 rmiM earth works around Fredericksburfl, but no new SariT yesterday- mornine torn rebel oevel-1 rr Mid to be he Heteptua UrIc-vI, oroaeed the rim Mai distance above here, and made descent upon two companies of third Pntt sjlveoin cavalry i Uea Avereil's brigade akr Hertwood, capturing nearly the emir; mbtr. Tb roads art improving and supplies art eoaaina; ia mora freely from tha landings. . (Vow easier 8? Soma of tna enemy's eempe visible yesterday, disappeared last night, they propabfy retired to tha valley la tha roar of Fredericksburg. 1 New rabal earthwork, redoubts and rifle jte, grow daily. ing ap tha Reppahar aovk, oppoaita King George's Coon House. Tha right wing of tha enemy aztanda naarly to that point, aoma diatanoa Irons tha river. Borneide ratornad to camp from Washing ton. All quiet to-night THE GREAT BATTLE TO COME OFF ...

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. — 2 December 1862

roautaaa avaav imuoci, at JiOLLMKYElt A LOGAN. Umpire Huililiuir. IIO Melu Street, DAILY kliPIBl. Per week, (par" U Oarnara) l)y mail per annum. In adraa),....M..... I 10 , I 0 One ronv per annum, ................. ri'h 'bmbb circulate, free of pun la "?' oiiinr oountj. paniuiindTaJium Woari 1 . .. Jl JOB PBINTINO : ; (ireYervdeacrlptton, eaeeuied on Htearo Pre,ln ha (vat .tjrle, nd t reeaonalil pno. Dayton Business Directory. Total m Abtitiii.o i "iV"".'"" Runnier yearly advartieri on lino arau. Other it ,,or yean i for mi month, i 11 for Three monthi. ner luytaanf (n H eat in aduoryx. OIX5T OOVBRNMENT. AfFWr. Wlllim H.llleepie offlp. 10T, Main. .WViraVd.-MUu-r B. Own! ollWe, at Mayor'. onV. VVM.rr. K. W. Hneiiei oHIoe, J. W. Uaret Bro'a. tMtcilor loMih UrtM; office, .".. Antliouy oiiieu.; into, Council Chamber. .rc Ward-Amo. Darker nl Hnah Wlggtln. . Meiiond Ward Kara Bmilll anil lilrain Blroiig. Third War.l-I. H. Kier.ti and Oeo. W. Kt.ger. fourth Ward-J. A. Mintakaud li. UOillll...

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. — 2 December 1862

TUB8DAT, DECKMBER t. 18M- Advance in Gold. 29 m4 im'omiit7-Jo Wi'preauum. What's in tb sriadt- Vallandigham for Governor. The Crswford County Fontm hat run 'up tie asm 6? Son. Ct Li VjoxIii'dIoBaii, m it choict for Governor ot Ohio, sin) ft h is tb unanimorj ehoi(?f the Democracy of Crawford county. Dr. Edson B. Olds. This sterling Democrat, who wu sent to Fort Lafayette by order of the Abolition despotism at Washington, ii the Demo cratic candidate for the Legislators in Fair field county, to fill the vacancy occasioned hr the death of Mr. Jeffriee. He will be elected by an overwhelming vole. The President's Message. We are somewhat disappointed in not being able to lay the President's Mswage in full before our, readers this afternoon Owinsr to some disarrangement of the wire, it was not telegraphed entire, as an' ticipated. WeTiave, however, an abstract which doubtless embraces the most ira ' portant point of the document. ' " Death of an Editor. The Holmee County Farmer comes to ...

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