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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 2 December 1862

Dry Goods. NO. O O COBBER MAIN AND BKOOND STBEETi. VANDOKHN, MILI,KIt A FOX, (Hueoeesor, to JOHN, VANDOBEN 00.) DRY CTO O D B . CHECK, POLARD AND INDIA HILKB, LlErJT BUANDS BLAdK BILK, 1'LAIN AND KANUY MU7.AMHIUUB8, PLAID PAUL 1K UUOIUK, CHECK POPLINS. A Urge ook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAKR ANU SHAPE NOW SOLD, TRAV ELING MESS GOODS ; Plain Kill Check, In groat variety, A beauUftil Una Vreuch Organdlei, French Lawni, tirena . . dlnei and Borage. A (ot W ' ' SOLID iOLOHGII BERAOE8 Which we u-e selling el H ALP PB10E Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bomtevalnea, . black Deleinee, . black Tarnartinaft. Black Challiee, Black Alpaooea ' Blank Ovape Murals, Black Orepe Dollars, black urape vetle,; blank Love Valla, Blank uimihavna, Ul'k r'r. A Eng. drapes, Blank Print.. (IINOUAM8 (vna OHINTZKH, New blyle Krabrolderle., 4ke. Beet make, new elyln. KID GLOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth ; Dusters Shawls, Lace Points, &c imr stock la larira and desirable, comprising all Ilia new anil v...

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. — 2 December 1862

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. Thirty-Seventh Congress. J tat.. noMinbar 1. tiocsa. Mf. Vallaadigha 01 ubi u tiered u ,. . resolution, which adopted: ' Rent, Thetth Committee o Judiciary be ia.tniotedto inqaii and report to lb Hons at aa . da f what aa hu of the CoootitutioB or laws, if anr, tba Poun. n i -..I .,i.ka to dead what ..rf -hat nflMWtl maT wOt 0 I ri. 'j .i ..k k. ,..,!. I nr":T.l ih. maila. . ... I ffa,Mvi , r 77t- f II..-;.,. . u. n.e nf Ohm offered the following : I "In ar' ... U.. .iiia.na nf th United I n )., ov - -.. anlin or I Stale have been eid bf parsons actum or prattadiag to b aotin aadar tha authority Zt tlaaa ITaTtawl State and bat ba earriad of a UBItaa aiawa, aon tu . . , oat of tha inriadiotiaa ot tha otataa ol weir I raaida... and i-prtwayd t. Ua m t ry pr ooa aad cam pa of tba uaitaa oiawa, wn. any pooiie oaarga Deinj pnmio -r than, and wilhoatani opportDaitj batog ad tham to laara or diaproa tha cbar,re made, or alleitad to ha made, afrainat thami aod, W...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 December 1862

rniMiam bvbbv iimrai! bt BOIiLMKYElt j LOOiN. Umpire Building, 11U Main Street. ' daily Burial, Par wMk, (oayahla to 0rr1ars)..,j,..iuL.i,.. 10 Hy mail par annum. In ftdrftaoa,. ...... I 0 WKBKLV EMPIRE. Oue popr perannum ....... ...SI 0 arTfia KnnBBtMraulata.rre. of pasta, la Hont gotnary county. Paymantm adrano. In ail JOB PBINTINO or ararydaanrliition, anoutcd oo Bujam Prams, la ha bm alyla. and at raaaonabia prtoaa. Dayton Business Directory. Tsava ton Anraavrtsiit Btjims DiaOToT. Regular yoarly advertiser, on line jrreUa. Others 4 (f r rwri ri for six months ; II for three month. . eMT UjrHn( in U eoMM in mdwmc. OITY GOVERNMENT. aVayor. Willituii H. Gillespie, eftVe, 107, Main. itfanAni. t y H. Cam; ott.ee, at Mayor's office. f.etiurtr.l. W. UeH; otf.ee, J. W. parat A tiro's. .Wtc.fwr. Josiah Lovell; otflos, (Jlr.rk. Anthony Stephana; office, Counetl Chamber. Kimt Wfird Amo Decker and Hujh WlgA-ira. Second Ward Kir titmm and 11 1 ram Btroug. Third Ward 1. H. 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. — 3 December 1862

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER , 18(1 NEWS GLEANINGS. Mr. Powell ia the Senate offered a joint Waolutioa condemning the rl)itrry er Teett of citiMn M' palpable 'Violation of .the Constitatlon of the United 'States, de- mattdinir that all anch arrests shall cease hereafter, and all person to arretted shall Jtart promp and speedy trial. 1U uooee adopted a revolution in stfucliug the Military Cotnuiittee to report v on the propriety of increasing the pay of VoUlier to 99 per month, and -seducing the salaries of officers not actively en gag ed. The rebels are still actively engaged fortifying aroand Frederickshnrg. Their force in the vicinity is estimated at from 100,000 to 125.000. The Mormons are turning their atten , tion to the cm ti ration of cotton, putting money and enterprise into it.. Whisky of the commonest sort is sell ing, says the Grenada Appeal, near Holly Springs, Miss , at forty dollars a gallon. There aught to he some pretty good tern perance men down there from necessity, , The L...

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

Dry Goods. 3ST O 6 a CORNRR MAIN AND 8E00ND BTBIETB. VANDOREN, MILLER A FOX, Huiimmii to JOHN, VANDOBEN A 00.) 1 DRY (TO OD8. CHBGK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BRUT BltANDS BLACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMRtO,UB9, 1'LAID PAUL DK CHU1BB, , CHECK POPLINS. A large stook of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS1 BEST MAKB AND BHAPB NOW SOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain ud Cheek, In grant variety. A beautiful linn rreach Orsandle, French Lawm, Grena dines and Beraget. ;'. ;. A jobiot SOLID COLORED UEUAGEB J Which w. are eelling l HALF PRICE. . Mourning Dress Goods; Black ilombaainea, ' Black Challiee, 1 1 ' "" Blank Delainee, Black Alpaocaa, Black Tamartinaa, Black Crape Mereta, Blank Orape Oollant, Black Crape Veil.,: Blank Lore Valla, Black uinghaiua, Bl'k Fr. A A'ng. Orapaa, Black Prinla. GINGHAMS alld CHINTZES, New Style Kmbrolderlee, eke. 1 Beat make, new ityle, KID G- OVE8. Short Sacks. Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our "took ft Urge and desirable, comprising n...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. GEN. STAHL'S RECONNOISANCE. Tb Hrld't tpeoiel dated Deetmtwr 11, ajra tk expedition, under Buhl, i( andonbt erlly on of th most brilliant nd uecful affair of th war, both in it conception and execution, lu twiecirjel object w to obtain th whereabout of Stonewall Jack ton, nod wbet litre war on lh right '-' This, and mora wm accomplish!. Jack son, with both Hill'i, paiwwi through New Market laat Wdndav on hii way Sooth. It la praams ad ha baa ona to latarrapt Osoeral Cox'a advance. Priaonara captured by Stahl, raport Whita laadar of Whita' a cavalry, twice woandad in a aiirmiea at rtrrvvili. GENERAL HALLECK'S REPORT TO THE SECRETARY OF WAR. Wiiimoron. December 1. General Hal lack, tha Commander ia-Chiefiu hie report to in oeoreiarv or war, atataa that be Hated an tha SSth of Jolj to visit tha army of tha rolomae, lo ascertain it Ihere waa a possibil ity of an advance on Richmond from llarri aon'a Landing, and if not, to fo...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 December 1862

nitim areas imint, kt iJ O LL M JEJ Y Kl( A ' L bo A N . Umpire Building, 1 10 Mala. s'trtii DAILY HKP1RI. Pr woak, (payeM In lrrtri )...... j-j.,.....S by mail per Aiiuuin,iniruoi.. :rr: WEEKLY EjttfllLJK Onfnny per annum,...... ..91 00 ( no KyriKaatraulfttHrVAof paflUaA id Mont Hi liter jr county. JPaymMlin exiTatwam HnftN. job PRiu-xiisrb-'. rydenrlption, executed en Bteara, presses, 1, beet style, and at riowoniird prints. Dayton Business Directory., TKBM rOR AOTIsaTiaiM V BvUMMf lICTOT.-4. lUmilw yearly kdverttHArK, one line gratia. O there 4 pr year, la tor ex month; tl for three months sftAiyment in oU oatu mttvantt ..ii ...... . CITY GOVERNMBlT, Miyor. William IT. allien) ile; oflVa, 107, Main. ' ' ' .1nriAo. Htaoy B. Catti; olflne, at Mayor'e office. 1 7wi..urar D. W. Htm; oltloe, J, W. Imrat Bro'A. ,SoUetor. J Am Ah Lovell; ottVe, tjm-k. Anthony 8tplioa; oftta, Oouoeil Chamber. CWy CbunoU. . Kirat Ward AmoH PenkerftiH, Hugh Wttftftr,.' " Hcotif1 Ward Kara Mi mm and Uirmm H...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 December 1862

1861 FRIDAY, DECKMBKP- Advanced [...] Price. Oo and after Mo7 "Mne the nrtaa of tliiailyi Eurtaa, delivered weec. ira oupkun uiauu inn aJNaOca"!)' xlioti1iiiry' Wrweee in th prica of wbita paper, and other tuater ' 41 awed in ' filiating a daily' ppr The President's Message. Wl laid th tha meaeage, it full, before oar raadera yesterday. Take A all in all, it is tha weakest and tnoat inconsequential Uoiminent that evei tnnatel from the ' chief mszietrnte of a Kreat nation. If we had not betore been fully convinced of Mr. Lincoln's utter Inability to successfully . manage the affairs of the Government, we could have no niingivings upon that tub joct after reading hie late message. We cannot help thinking how ssdly we have dcirenerated in the firmness of cliaiaeter and administrative ability of our rulers, comparing pant with the preeeut Adininis , tration. . The message it iliieflv, and almost ex . rrioeively devoted to tha negro question, The " poor African " seems always tip pe: pio...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 December 1862

Dry Goods. o . o e , CURNEtt MAIN AND SECOND BTBIKTS. VANDOllEN, MILLER A FOX, (Buooeeeora to JOHN, V ANDOB BN 00.) DRY co O D B . CIIKCK, FOLARD AND INDIA SILKS, UKST BRANDS BLACK HILR, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAM IIIO.UK8, PLAID PAUL DA CUOlBh,, CHECK POPLINS. ! A large mock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BEST MAKB AND 8BAPK NOW BCLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; Plain al Chock, In gram yartty. A beautiful lino . rrrfh Orrsndiet.rreOcH Utai.dreua dlnei and BtWgei.', ", A jub,Ot.. ,1 ,; mlti ' solid 1 t oi.onEn ' UeiUc.lci j Whkili mm ar Belling At ttitf JfAlOk,.-, Mourning Dress : Goods Blank Bornfcaala, " Black Ohelliaa, ,', ; . ' . lllaok KghlnM, Blank Alpaouaa, , ,.,., Hlaok Tnrnartihea, 1,1 litakCrap Mar'ol..,., " Crap Dollar., - fcUM Cel., Vlw, Black Loya Vr.il!., ' U Wing-llama.,. Bl'k Kr. A tug. Crap., Ulwikrmt. Now Btjrl KrabrolcUrloi, .Ac. ' Bout mk, new ityl. ' , KID QOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth' 'Dusters, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our Block In targe unit daHiraple. comprlnlng all...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. llocsi Mr. Aihlsj said, daring th late canvass in Ohio, a motor of private and con tideotial letter wrifceo b hint to tha Hur Tor General of Colorado, toacbieg tha lat Ur'a application andappotuiiafntto.oflie, aad baa published la conuectioa with newspaper comment, charging him with awindling and defrauding th Government. He aoaght an , inveetigaUoa of hit conduct H therefor offered a re eolation for the appoiotmeot of a eeleot committee of fire to investigate and ia quire into tb whole subject It being objected to hj eeeeral member tbA ao (pacific charge had been made, Mr. Ashley withdrew hi reaolotioa with a new of modifying it o aa too meet the objection a to it phrateology etc A reeolation wa Shea adopted iaMraoting the Committee on Military Affeira.to enqaire and report a to th better care of tick aad wounded enidiera. Mr, Hutchini offered a resololioa instruct ing the CommiUee oa Military Affair,...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 December 1862

rustittiBe stsat ArTsaaooa', it iJOLLMBYBlt, & LOOAN. - tksanlr Building, 1IO Main Street. , DAILY KHPIBKt " ' Per week-, ()aehlo to Carriers). ..,...... 10 by mail pax anuum, in edvaaoe,.....M..........MM. i 0 ' WIBKLV MPIH.at. Otie.'opr paraapmn,........... ..... II e-ar-lhe Ker-iaa oirouleteslree oi postage in muni (ornery ooiluly. Payment in adraooe in eNcasee.lW JOB PRINTING 1 of every description, exemited en BUm Presses, ia he beat style, and a, reasonable prions. Dayton Business Directory. Tkbns run AoTiavtfiiva Bumui DiaaoroaT.- Regular yearly advertisers, one line gratis, others 14 lr yur ; i tor six months ; tl lor three months. . er'Aunwrit Hi aii cottt l otlvonce. CITY OOVBBNMBNT. Minor. William B. Oillespie; ertVe, 107, Msin. Miriknl. ttteey B. (Jain; ortiee, st Mayor's ortiee. 1 'J'tn-nrtr. L. W. Ueeee; offlre, J. W. Daral lire's. .Subtitor. Josiall Lorell; otttce, Us, Anthbny Stephens; orttivo. Council Chamber. - 4Atu OuutieU. First Ward Amos Decker and Hugh Wuzi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 December 1862

it f sir;) 't ' Advanced [...] Price. X. V I i -1 Advanced [...] Price. NEWS GL[...]. The Legislatures of fourteen of the loy al States will meet in January. Ctaas. J. Jenkins, of Ga., lias bwn cho sen Senator to the rebel Congress. Tha rebel fori at Frelericksbnrg is said to be seventy tbosaml. It is estimated that Maine liss pnM in bounties over 82,000,000, varying from 820 to $300 per uiau. A London letter says by C!n islniH there will be "SO.IiOO jiauum-B to in Lancashire. Tbe Sultan of Turk-y is getting up an ironclad navy. Four "sorevrs" sic build ing lor him in England ? The people on the const of Jlninw mo greatly alarmed at tlie presence of a vessel supposed to oe the pirate Alabama. The counties of Warrick, Spen -er ninl Dubois Indiana, have produced a tobucco crop the parent year Valued at SGl 0,000. The Njw York World refers to Caishis M. Clay as that "shining apostle of the hieher law. who draws the ealurv of a Major General, and spends hi-, tium in go ing about the cou...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 December 1862

Dry Goods. f.xilk f. isr o . o e COKNIR MAIN AND BEOOND BTRIBT8. VANDOREN, MILLER fe FOX, (!ueoe..ore toJuHN, VANDORIN A 00.) J DRY cTo O T . CHECK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BKST BUAND3 BLACK 81LK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUE, PLAID PAUL DH CUUlllfc, CHECK POPLINS. , A large atock ef !, "i J!.' 'v' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD.,, , TRAVELING MESS GOODS Plain aad Cheek, In great variety, i A beautiful line Trench Organdlei, French Uwni.Cren dines nd BerifM. .. . A Job lot . .. OLID COLORED DERAGKS 1 .1 .'! Wrath we are selling at HALr" PRICE. ; ; Mourning Dress Goods . Black Berrrbaairjee, f Blank fjhalliea, Blank Delaines, Black Alpaouas, Black Taiaamnes, " i mack Orape Maretk, r . Jllank Orape Oollart, ... .iteok Urane Veils,, ' htlaek Love Veile, i lack winghains, . . .... . ., Bl'k iff. Bng. Crape, "lack .'nuts. OINOHAMH and CHINTZES, Style Kmbrclderlee, ate. i. (eat make, Daw .tyle, KID O VE8. Short . Sacks, .lotli ' Dusters 3ILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, L...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. Ta eond eeotioa provides (hat during tha asistaaa of lb rsbwilioa, IB frwaidenl (hall aw Bad it Inreeted wita, powr to dealer a mimddok'iIii writ of kabea corpse at oca KM ud place in regard to aoa par obi, m la his jadgntnt tbo pubU Mix; Buy reqatr. bVitb witkdrw th bill far th pwit Mr. VellaneLgham Mid ho skoald b clod lo novo fall Hon at all araBta, whoa Mi bill ww brought ap agaia. Mr. Feaua offrd lb following which ru ag r4 uk Wbsbbas, Th Bassbwr of tick, and woua dd soldi, ha lacrad to ao alarming ex Vent, 60,000 of whoa ara atit for bout Mr- tic, aod Bjanr mora woald stock sooosr r- eorar thir health at bom, ihetefore, coneider- tag th wow method of ftuloogh aod diecher g. Reeolr, Tat th CoanitW of Military Affair aquir whthr method cannot b adopted by th Secretary of War and 8ur goa GrrL, by which furlough and dls- bargee cao ba.mor pedily euected. Mr....

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 December 1862

rUKtUHBU IVkftT APTIIAIIOOM, T iioLliM liY Hfl JAJiLOQA N, Street. Umpire Building, HO MkIa Street. DAILY KMPlRBir' Hvr wo?, (imyaMato Oarrtani) w Kjf mail pat an nit my iDlvMM..j.t.rf.t.. ge In Mont- Out- 'npy pr Annum,... ........ ..... "rh IfiHPiaaoirautMeiirrMof pig in Mont- gomarjr county. Pnymant in ad ranee In M(iMei, job FRiisrxiisrci 1 j . if erary deanrlptinn, exenuted on Steam, Preeaae, la ha beat alyle, and al reaaoualila nrioaa. Dayton. Business Directory. Trbms ma a.bvbbtirino in Btratam Dibbotobv. Regular yearly advertisers, one hu gratia. Others 94 wrjrMTi 12 for nix months; tl for three months. W-Aiytarat In aU earn a advene. OITVOOVBRNMpNT . .Wovor. William U. Uilteapia; ornee, 107, Main. lf.,.-.Ad MMi'V ti. Ilttini otnoe. at Mavor'a ottida.'' T1-en.Mr4r.-U. W. Heean; olttae, J. W. Karat Bro'e.l u.2u-,..-..J.,ali fat.,.11: nrflna. . I 5 Ook, Anthony stepheuH; oid:, Council ChatabeY.H IMu winni. First Ward Amos tricar and Rngh Wlfjrirn. - Hecond Ward Kzra Bimin 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. — 8 December 1862

WM. T. JL.OA.l, KoUtor. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1862. NEWS GLEANINGS. .' fovn Jlci-QU AU putting down hi foot. " . Tb. Richmond Enqutrtr think, tbe next battle in Eastern Virtriuia will ba a w-Jtn or Austarliu; end that if it reulte in . favor of tUrobeletheY will hara conqner d peace. r Missouri hui voting population of full 170,000; of tW tarely 8Q.001T Toted at the recent election, tha remaining 00,000 ', '.' refusing to vote a they wet at heart ceniioniite and wonlrl not take the oath to nnnort the Constituti'iu without which " rr they conld not caet their ballot. Advices from Mexico confirm the report that Jalapa has been peacefully occupied ' by the French; but in consequent of the bad condition of the rads, an advance upon Puebla will not be made until February. It is intended to occupy Sonora with 8.000 Frenchmen. The Knoxville Rtguttr .ays that How ard'a Alabama Cavalry have returned from Kentucky with 6,000 hogi. Bragg - ha 15,000 cattle and 100.000 hogs. The chaplain of the F...

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 December 1862

Dry Goods. NO. 68, ., L'OHNIK MAIN AND EK0ON1) BTBIETS. " YANDOBKN, MILLER 4 FOX, (kueoeoeoi. to JOHN, VANDORRN 00.) DRY OTO O D 8 . CUECK, VOLARP AND INDIA SILKS, HK81 HUANllH BLACK SILK, PLAIN.ANU FANCY MU7.AMMOIJE8, PLAID PAUL 1H UUUialk., CHECK POPLINS. A lrgs niookr ; t LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS', BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS ; Plain ud Check, in great variety. A baauttftll lino French Organdlei, French Lawn.', Urena ' ainei od Bcrsjo. '4 . . A foblot : .:' ''in i t, SOLID COLOItEU ; ,'VThloh we are eelling Hi BALr PRICE. Mourning Dress Goods; Black Boinhulnea, , Black Ghalliea, Black lalai.ea, tlbtok Alt-aeuaa, - ., Ulac.k Tainartioee, , .,, Kin k Orape literal a, Blank Ura-te Collars, Black (.rape Veils,, ..Black Love Veda, , kiKek.oiiinli.ru., Bl'k ft. A ting, drapes, Blask Prima. CJINOIIAMH d.pOHIN'i'ZEH, , Maw Style KmkrelrferUe, 4kc. ' Best make, new style, KID O OVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, , SILK MANTII.LA8, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. O...

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 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. MORE ARRESTS. T...n N J Deo. , Tbe Bireetl Krigler end Wright, of Huoterion County, v.' - xiiai urn mo on la. charge of interfering- with enlistment I, Bel beet i tbe labjeit of inquiry Of tbe Grand Jory of Hon- .' r .hiA W has lust aioorned. Sereral bills of indictment were nreaenteo: against parties coneeraed In the irt, .,. ik. number ia oha Ulllllt Abraham t Harris, of this citT. Dtpoty United States Marshal Mrrsbal Hams arrasled od ..u.. A Pi.minBtnn this mornia. Il is said the authority for the rree of Xirgltr nd Wright, ceeae from the United Statee District Attorney 01 this State. FROM THE ISTHMUS. Qun, faom Apinall J6ih all., " arrired. 1 bare bad been treooenduui geleatAspin wali, lasting three days, duriug which the British brig Boleer and steamer Aronere were wrecked: No live were lol The steamer Koto Green bed loet her paddle bo, but succeeded iu getting to tea ine United Su.U brig Bambridtfe waa abandoned by ...

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. — 9 December 1862

iiOLLMKYKlt & LOGAN. . ttmplr Hutlrtlng. 110 Main Street. DAILY KMPIH1G. Per Wfck, myahle to Carriers) HM H., IS By mail pr aonuro, intlTMio(...H,M.....MH.(..MM u WRKK.L. Y KNPIRBi Oaecopy per annum,... ,2 00 rue Kmpieb oiraulftUiMfye of pntAKe in Mont gomery oouuty. Payment id advance in tNoiiai,!! JOS PRlNTINa uf every description, eiteoiile. on Steam Presnes, In he bent style, and at reaonaMe prices. Dayton Business Direotory. Trawi ma A DTeTmtia ih BvatHBM DtaaoToaT Hxular yearly advertiser, one line gratia. Others pr year, l for six month s $1 forth tee months. 0 i'atftnent in all cant in advance, CITY OOVEHNMBNT. .lawur. William H. (.illespio, office, 107. Main, .l.if Ao. 8uu-y H. Cain; onUre, at Mayorsott.ee TrM. Hter.l). W. Reese; office, J. W. Darat A Bro'a. Solicitor. J oah Lovell; otne, Clerk. Anthouy tilepheus; uthce, Council Chamber. Vitu Otunal. h'lrtt Wird Amos Decker and Hugh Wfffigfm. Heuond Ward Kara Uimm and Hiram Strong. Third Ward I. 11. Kierated 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. — 9 December 1862

iUiUw (Bmpirr. W M. T. LUUAN, Editor. TUESDAY, DECEMBER , 180 J. a ' XJTY hav received coramaniction sighed M. O. C, which will las published M 6on U th othor f-jrnisho us hi or hr rail Mine. Thin it our nil in uch cuw, nd we cannot depart from it. W publish no communication unaccompa nied T the real nam of the author. The Way to Serve Him. Parioa Bbowslow i out in another letter in the Commtrciul thi morning, trying to prove the insincerity and disloy alty of the Democratic party. He wants notoriety. The most cruel thing the Dem ocratic paper can inflict upon Browklow i to let him alone severely. If this course is pursued he will soon subside. A Supplementary Message. A dinpatcb to the New York Times says that the opinion seems to be f aining ground that the President designs sending to Can (tress a Supplementary Melange, when it shall be fairly in working order, and that there are many reasons why uuh a communication cau be made more saiisfactory at that period than at present Don...

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