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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 December 1862

Dry Goods. Livery Stable. Professional Cards. Professional Cards. Medical. Groceries, &c. Railroads. NO. OS, CORNER MAIN AND BKCOND 8TB-KTS. ' ! ; VANDORKN, MILLER FOX, (lumiloi! to JOHN, VANDOBEN CO.) DRY cTo ODB. CUKOK, FULARD AND INDIA BILKS, MICsT UllANlJ.-t BLACK HILK, i'LAIN AND KANOY MOZAMHIliUEU, I' LAID PAUL l-- CHUllih,, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAKE AND BHAPB NOW HOLD. TKAYEMXG MESS GOODS; Plain and Check, in great variety. A beautiful lin Krencb Organdies, French Lawns, Urrna- dines and Borages. A job lot SOLID COLORED BERAUES 5 Which we are eelllng it HALF PRICK. Mourning Dress Goods; Dlaok Bombasines, Black Challies, Dlaok Delaiuea, Dlak Alpaocas, Hla-'k Tamartniea, Blaok Crap Mnretz, ttkaok Crap Collars, Miack Crape Veils, , Mim'k Love Veils, sHark uinghtuii, it Ik Fr. A ug. Crapes, Ulat-k .Tints. OINOUAM8 alia OiilNTZKS, Aew Mtyle Kmltroldtrlcii Ao Bent make, new style, KID G OVES. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, SILK 3Vr-A...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Hootl. Tb Speaker nnoonccd th ap poimmrnt f Mctheroa, to toll the vacancy of CommiHe oa Military, ia plrnc o( Blair of Missouri, and Teaman of tl samo Com mute, in place of Jackson, deceased. Meter, k esaenden and Walker war ap pointed 10 All th vaesncies of tb Committee oa frival Land Claim. Olhr Maadiug Committ remain aa heretofore. Th speaker appointed the following gentle men aa a ipecial Com mi tie to inveaiigete charsei deronatorT to lb ataading of Kepre- entauv Ashley, a pobliahed in lb Toledo Biada and other Daper. namely : Blake of Indiana, Noell of Miaaouri, Case; of Ken tockv and Uaiibt of New York. Mr Wieklia Introduced a bit! for th pro tection and relief of loyal cotizeot whose orooertv and slaves hare been taken, teiied aud abstracted by officer of tb arm of tb lmtad Slate. flelerred to Judiciary cum' mittee. Other business of minor importance wee transacted, whe...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 10 December 1862

ilOLLMKYKH A LOGAN, Empire llaUdlng. MO Mala Street. , daily fAJtrinn. , Her w?k, (pavehleto 0rnn).HnMM.MM..Ml li . By mml par annum, in ad tux,..,., .,.... u WKEHLINriKE. On cony pr annum -m t'i 09 rl'iM KnriaauiivulaJAMrrae of peaiaga in Mont go mery oounty. Payment in edTanoem Momb,"MI JOB PRINTING tif?eTydiioriptirn, eienrffad o Btaam Preea,ia ht twit mvIa, Mtrt it nuoiuhli priOM. . . Daytoa Business Directory. Tmmi en ATTnTTtwa in B nam mm Pimbotokt. Hular yerly ftdvertieeMi, on line gratia, others 94 fter year, i for six month t $1 fur three nnUu. aer jymenf in oU mum in adoan. . - i r ' 4 OITY GOVERNMENT. Afnyw. Wllham II. Gllleitnif mne, 107, lUtn. itiy B. Owti; omoe, at Major onVe, yvaaurer. 1. W. Biim; ottioe, J. W. JJaret. bro'e. nlvifor. Joiah Ix)TH; otflre, CTr-. Anthony tttepheue, ortluo. Council Chamber. Vilu VbuneU. Kinrt Ward Amni Perker and Hnjrh Wtm. Haoond Ward Kara Himm and Hinttn Htrong. Third Ward I. U. Kierated and to. W. Koftera. K-Hirih Ward J. A. Mintokand...

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. — 10 December 1862

xm temuue. WE UN ESI )AY. DECEMBER 10, 18C2. . DEMOCRATIC MEETING ... .,..AT. ..... . .. . . . .. . - . BATCRDAI EmiSC DKCEMBER 13,1864 . . , TO AID TUB WtlXETEB MOSCMKST AJSOCUTIOS KNl). The London Times on Mediation. tlon. V- i V are Indebted to a friend for a late nnraber of the London Tinu, from which wp make the following extracts from it leading article, devoted to a review of the propoaitio made by the French Emperor to England and Russia for the purpose of bringing to a close the war in this coun try. The Timtt says no one can doubt the full ,ainrerety of the proposal! ; but , add that a perusnl of the document does not change its opinion as to the expedien cy of any precipitate action. It thinks, from the tone of tlio French Minister's ap- peal, that it in evident the delicacy of the subject is fully sppreciattd in Paris, and , ! that the Emperor's, proposal is bssed on the fact that there are symptoms, even at the Sortli, that a pacific solution of the difficulties would n...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 10 December 1862

Dry Goods. no. g e , CORNER MAIN ANll SECOND BTB.ETS. VANDORKN, MILLER A l'OX, (uooee.ora to JOHN, VANDOBEN 00.) dry cTo o r s . CUBCK, TOLARD AND INDIA MLKS, tllCaT UUAhlH BLACK MILK, PLAIN ANU FANCY Mu7.AMHlu.UK8, PLAID PAUL 1K tliuluh., CHECK POPLINS. A large stock LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' J1K8T MAKE AND SHAPE NOW HOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain Md Check, in great variety. A beautiful Una Ircnch Organdies, French lawn, (ircna dluei and Beragci. A fob lot i SOLID COLOBEU BCRAUCS $ Which are ulUng at HA LP PRICE. Mourning Dress Goods; black Bombaslnea, ' Black Ch allien, blank Jelainee, blm;k Alpaouaa, black Taniariinee, blank t;rate Mftreiav . Blank Crape Collars, . . black Orape Vetfa,, blauk Love Veile, black Winir,hain, tM'kJrr.A J.ug. Crape, black no la. (1INUIIAMS and OHINTZKH, Mew atylv Embroidtrleii Best make, new atyle, KID GOVE8. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, BILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lactt Points, &c. Our stock in large and desirable, compiining all the m-w nd 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. — 10 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. DESPERATE BATTLE IN ARKANSAS, BATTLEFIELD, NEAR FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, Dec. 8. Oaa. Hcrioa'a foroes, en routs to reinforc Oen. Blnnl met the fnm; vestcrdav oa Crarford'a Prairt, ten inile onth ot Fa ettrill, Ark , and won a deciaiva victory ' over them. The enemy weie 24,000 strong, divided into foor dmeioti. under General lwon, Marmaduk, Froet cad Rain, all of whom wr andar Uan, ilindman, embracing th Bower o( th lran-Misisippiaa army. Tta7 wr wall supported by a park of iga . team DtMM of artilrv. Th enemy flanked Gen. Blast 'l position t Can HilL and mad a sodden attack on Oen. Herion to DrcTcat him soiling with General Blunt - Oeit. Hexioe' fore eonaieted of the 94th and 37th III , 10th and 20ih Iowa, 2Cth Ind., and ZOth Wi., a battalion or two ot cavairy ; ia all, from 6,500 to 7,000 men, and twenty four piece of artillery. . Th battle rau-ed from ten in the morning till dark, and u desperately fought through oat Oa...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 December 1862

Pet mk, (parabla lo Carrier.) . by mat) par auaum, taadreaoo,M.Mw....M -I 1.1 . S 00 WBBK.L.Y KMPIRI. On copy per "nim , I J 00 eWThe Kariss oirouleieB frew of peeles-a la Mont- Omar 7 oeualy. Paymantia advanoala iHmmi.'W job musTTHsro of ovary daaorlpUon, executed o Btaaaa Preeeea, Is lia beat elyle, and al raaaonabla prleaa. evaueaaa muon, n joLlmeyeii a loo an. Kialre nmidlug, IIO Mala itrot. f DAILY HHril. Dayton Business Directory. Tnai roa Aavsavrimfo ia BtniMSa Dibotost. RaKular yearly adverueers, ona Una gratia. Othere fa peryeeri ii tor ill month tl for threw mentiia. AW" Auman to aU oaM w advanea. OITY OOVBBNMBNT. Mayor. William H. fJllleapie; ofHoa, 107, Main. il.iriknl Htaoy B. Cain; orttae, at Mayor'a orhce. Trm.Mrtr.-ll. W. Keeee; ornoa, J. W. Uaral Bro's. Mobaror Joaiah Irfeell; o91.e, Ue.-fc. Anthony Staphena; ortioe, Couoetl Cham liar. Ufa- Uamaai. Kirel Ward Amoa Decker and Hnrh Wlftirini. Haoond Ward Kara btrnm and Utram throng. Third Ward I. H. Kleretad and Uao. ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 December 1862

I'Mtarts V., v W jW tiff. WM. T. auditor. V THURSDAY, tECKMBER 11, 186S. I'LL J IBH !P1W V, ... . .... Prisoners Released. -TWf Ciaoianeti tLtU't apeuial Vh- ; iagvea AatuaV liwi aanMi,.hu tUe falUwit ia.MlkUan to Ih reUtaae of pris oner confined in the Old Capitol : fRalaeee of prisoeere from the Old Capitol eowtteae te oocr daily. Hen wbo Bete lain tkere elewe prisoner for aaoolbs, ara disuborg- ed-tMt Cedes -Tnt abat they vara im Btiaeaed foe. His were released to-dT Auditor of State. The gallant Democracy of Logan coun ty will present the nam of William Ilea babd, Esq., a a candidate for nomination, before the next Democratic State Convert tion. Mr. Hubbard is one of the editor of that widly known apicy paper, the Lo gan Gaicttb. There is no truer man or bettor Democrat in the State than Dim. Hchabd, and none who conld I Kit till tha office for whirh hi friemU Uin to present hie name. The Reported Peace Propositions from Richmond. i The oorranpondeace of the New York Trl- mm to ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 December 1862

Dry Goods. NO. BO, C0KN1R MAIN AMD SKOOND BTBIETS. VANDOKEN, MILLKK A FOX., (HUMMUon to JOHN, VANUUEKN 00.) dry cFo o JD s : CURCK. TOLARD AND INDIA SILK8, tltnt hMANlW BLAUK HIl.K, FLA1N AND KANOH MOTUMHIV.UK8, rLAll) PAUL D& UUOIHr,, CHECK POPLINS. A lorg atopic of I LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BBUT MAKB AND SHAPB NOW BOLD. TBAVELI1.6 MESS GOODS ; Plain Mil Chatk, In gr.al rari.ty. A baautlfnl lln Freafh Organdies, French Lwn., Urrnv dines and Reragei. A Job lot SOLID iOLOUEU IIBRAGES Whkih am alllnr at HALF PRIOR. Mourning Dress Goods; Blwk Homlialna, Blaak- Challim, tftlank llalalnaa, blank Alpnnraa, rllatk Taiit.rt.n., mack Otar MM!, ' Blank ump Oohnra, tlak Orap. V.II, ; Blaok l.ov. Vtla, tltank UmKtta.it., ktl k Kr.A aua;.iJnipi, Hhwk i-rinia. - OINOIIAMS nnrt CHINTZ KH, Mi ilylt Kaknl(lrlu,. ' B.at maka, new atyle, KID GO.VKB. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK 2A.3STTIIJIJA.B, Shawls, Law Points, &c. Our atnnk la larjr ami dealrabla, eomprimng All th new and varied...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FIGHT IN TENNESSEE. NW Yore, Dec 11 Tho lleralit special bj: Natkvill, Dtc 8 A reconnoisence wu ntde on the roads to Murfreetborough, No UnsviH and Franklin todav Well ace's brigade of Sill's Dif iiun moved forward ser erel miles, but found no enemy. About doob Sherman' l)mioa was at tacked be a rebel force of cavalry and artil lery, and fait picket driven in ; but no tine killed. The enemy is thought to be moving forward ia force. There it said to be 16,000 Tennesseeans in the Union army. Over 2,000 bale of cotton, valued at 1050, 000 are here awaiting shipment. Governor Johnson has issued a proclama tion providing fur an election lor. Representa tive in the Ninth and Tenth Congressional District of Tennessee. NathmiU, Dte 10 Governor Johnson is about to issue a proclamation sKesl'i the wealthy rebels of Nashville to the amount of $b0,000 for the support of the indigent du , rinc the winter. The list con...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 December 1862

DAILY BMPIRB Per week, (payable te Uarriara),. , Hj wail oer auuuui, la ejTaaoe,. -I is (M i t- f '4 W .j li One copy prftnnnm,.H,.HH.'...MM...MM....MM..9t 00 aatrTne Kariea oimuleteafree of peataffe la Mont gomery oeunty. Payment ia wivam id u aaae. JOB IPRIJsTTIIsrO of every iteaorlpUon, exiieoted o Hteeej Pimi, il n. Ml eiyie, UO at iwwww pnim. , . munii nm uthim, it i liOLLMKYDlt' 'b ' LOO AN. i,t Kaplr Building, I HI Mat Street. Dayton Business Directory. Tcaita rot AftTctTtama m Boiirbm ti-mf. Regular yrlr dvertiamn. one I id grant, othera 94 par yr, fit Cor a.x month f L for Mum muM.B. mWPaymiU in mil com im odvtmot. .OITYaOVERNMBNT. 1 Mayor. William R. tiilleniffe; ofltrn, 107, If aln. iM(ir-AM. meaoy n. uam, onw, ai Mayor a oinc, 7 vj.rr. 1. W. HttAfttK ottsfa J. W. iarat A Bru'i. .SWictor. Jonah liovHI; ottW-a, CUfk.ktMiouy Staph an a, ottka. Council Cham.r. Kirei Ward Amos Dfttker and Hugh W.lm. .( fteoottd Warl ttara hi mm utl Uirem Btront. Tbinl Ward I. H. KirU)4 aod Uo...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 December 1862

WM. T. Killror. " Friday, peckmbkk 12, mt. The Fall of Fredericksburg. -oteiii'wC-o. p. m. i iFrxloiaikiirf keora aad all it wtll. The " diajHUcb. previously received giv few par ticulars. Th Tth Michigan ii mentioned havi.etlia Una fifth naY. Frederick.- rg i almost id aahee. Hon. C. L. Vallandigham for Hon. C. L. Vallandigham for President in 1864. C S aW .OoWlWlttftlMlUi.,t J'llt City, MUwruri, hoiU th name of Hon. O.i L Vallakdiomau m its choice for President in 1804, and remark "Wt boiet at oar maat head thia week, the Baaa of Hoa. 0. L. Vallandigaein, of Ohio, a our first choice lor Pre ide nl of the Ui itad Stales, ia 186. We do to because we believe bin to be the striatal statesman, and one ol th ttobltMt rtatriots of the land ; because he is ooDOsed to war and in favor ol honorable peace, lie is the leader of the great conaer lira and triumuhenl Democracy Hie PP Uritv ia unbounded, and bo ought 10 be elected to tha V. S. Seants, iu place of Ben. Wade Ha ia A favorite of all...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 December 1862

Dry Goods. isr o . e e , CORMIR MAIN AND SECOND STBEKTB. VANDOREN. MILLER A FOX, " I llmiimi la JOHN, VANDOBEN A 00.) DRY tj tJ -L . CHICK, FOLARD AND INDIA HILKH, HIHT HI.Atg HiLK. PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUE), FLAIL) flUb V uituian., CHECK POPLINS. A larg. took .f LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MAKI AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS; Plain and Ohack, la great variety. A beautiful line French Orfandles, French Lawns, Urfia dines and Berages. OLID COLORED BERAGES ? - Vuich. nr. .riling at RALPPBIUK Mourning Press Goods; Bleek BombulnM, " ' Blark Ohalllea, ' ' ' Blank Ueletoea, ' Blank Alpeocaa, Blank Tam.rtinea, Blank Orape Marvtl, Blank Orupe Dollar., " Blank Orapa Valla, ; ' '' - Blank Lov. Veil, Blank Uinghittua, Bl'k Ft. A Bog. OrarWA, Black Frint.. QINOIIAMS. ana OHINTZKM, Bl.w Btjrla Kmbrolrlerlee, at. Beat make, new .tyla, ' ;KID;GOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth ' Dusters, silk; , iut-A.icTix.LAa, Shawls. Lace Points, &c. (tnr atone: ta tartfe and dcfdratrle, romp r...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. SrxtTi. The resolution relative to the . arbttarary aratt of certain citixena of Dela ware) was taken ap. Mr. Morrell contended that the resolution a it now stood, was not a mere resolution of Inquiry, but charge against the Government and aa iadiotmeat agaiust President Lincoln, nod he (Morrell) abouid vol for 00 such is olation. H claimed that in this state of war aad rebellion, with the land full of traitors aad piea, the Commander-in-Chief ha the 1 tight t arreet aneh men, no on not even the . Senator frota Delaware (Saultburry) ha claim ed tkel thee were leyaL There had been many arrests made and the ' roper preaumpUoa is that the Preeident ha -.been arresting guilty sen, and (imply doing km duty. U (Lincoln) ought to do it It will not do to pretend tbat the whole Stale of Kentucky ha been but a neat of traitor. Three out of every four of the able bodied DM of thai State ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 December 1862

1. il O Lti At K Y 11 It A'LOOAN . Uaaiiire BuUdluK, 1 10 Main surest. ; DAILY KMPIRB). Per waek, (payable to Oerrters)...MM.,..-l.r.m.t II Ujr aieil yor soouta, is idnutiHtHHHiiMiwt'HtM 6 W i' i WtXKLV EHP1HI. Oaecopj priuuinIH. H ..! a 00 Tho jCaneaoifOUletoafrao of pee lap la etont g outery oouot. Pejmontiaatlfeiiaeia eHeaaee.") job PBiNTirra 1 or over? deenriptlon, etemited on Mini Preeeee, la he (MM style, and at reeeooabte prloee. rveutosa avaav ArrasReoa. ev. Dayton Business Directory. Tceas roe AovsaTisiae is Busman iiisbutorv. Regular yearly advertisers, one Una gratis. inhere 4 par reari Si for Btg month; 91 for three months. Btrnymtnt in eU ese ta edvontt. Jfiltaw. William H. OillmHoi olnfts lr, Main. ' Mariktti. HUW'r H. Uaim otttne. at Maror's ohVe. 'IVan-arer. 11. W. Beese; offlne, J. W. Daral Bre'e. aoueuur. Ionian bnvall; omit, CTiri Aathouy Stepbeaoi otttue, Cuunuil Chaaatatf, CWy Cbunat. First Waril.Amoa Decker end Hugh Wia-gim. ... .Seooml Ward Ksra bimra and Uira...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 December 1862

............. Sje - jivwm ,mi,. t J SATURDAY, DECEMBER IS, . New Jersey Senator. jTxjnto'M 4V ii.hf it m 4tiMli -be tlie Senator" Triee &w Jenaej" i im .'t place of Thorn po7 3eceasici?',Tltis Would lie one of the bWef I Appointmefiti,' tor Colonel Wall i not only a roan of ability an'! dminiatimtion.' Wt .hope .the gallant Democrat- of New Jewer' will tee to it In Advance of the Constitution. One ' of' the Abolition revolutionary newspapers, in referring to the Emancipa tion Proclamation, pats Lincoln on the shoulder in the following atyle : It says of hint:1 .... ,.. "Jl cast! loose from all political entangle- menu and than the moulbe of all partisan caviller, by taking a ate 4a enhance of the constitution and drawing the nrord to defend it tie attack) only rebellion; he make wnr upon no institutions and no political or social rights. Ha presents to treason the alter native of nabmiatioo or puniahrnetit, not by the law, but by the sword.'' Not by the law, but by tho sword ;" ...

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. — 13 December 1862

Dry Goods. isr o . e e , CORNIER MAIM AND SECOND BTBIETg. VANDORKN, MILLER A FOX (BtMMMOli to JOHN, VANDOBEN A 00.) DRY gTo O D S CHECK, roLARD AND INDIA BILfc.fi, BBT BUANDB BLACK SILK. PLAIN ANO FANCY MOZAMBUJUES, CHECK POPLINS. A large stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELING MESS GOODS Plain aad Check, In great variety. A beautiful line Freece Organdie., french Lawua, (ire n . ,, , . dlnei and Beraget. A Joblot t ' ; ; ; ; BUL.IU COLORED IIERAtUi:S Which we are eelllng at HALF PRIOR, Mourning Dress Goods; Black BonibMineey Black clialhea, ' Black ImImmo,.! ,. Black iihhw,' ' Blank Tain.rtlnev". '- Mack Orepe Mareta, '" Black Orepe Oollara, ' liluck Onipe Veil, ' attack Lot Veda, ' Black Uinohnni!.; ' m'k Fr. A Ung.OrapeA, Black Prtnia. ' OINOHAMS and OII1NTZEH, Mow Mlylo Umnrolilerloa, Atr. Beat make, new elyie, kid a ovps: Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, SILK: - MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our utock I large ana drmmM,rompniting nil...

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 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. LATER FROM FREDERICKSBURG. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, Friday Morning, December 12. " After accsprins; tlie flvsr front of city last trt we lost 200 men in killed and troaoded, whilt driving tb rebels through the city. ' " " ThT find on oar men u Ihef advanced throng's th streets, while secreted in aad be- hind let booses. Not nach merer wu shown . to thorn who . aught This morning dam fog hides everything . iroui ruff, Dal now it ii partially ciearea away. " Tae troop womsBeaced moving; Man early ham.' .- uea. enm division, lean ins way over its Irani nff Ih Ail tA Kb fnllfiWtKl hr fienernl aooier,s aivision. Uen. Franklin division, which Crowes aahlliMa MiUa ka in w ik. n.l im v a r-1 over, i ... - At a quarter pHt 9 the Cret gnn wu fired, the angajremen lasting about halt an Hour ; tha rebels not Baking a Terr spirited reply. - It ia thought the troop will all be over at noon. Information received during the night and thia mo...

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 December 1862

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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. — 15 December 1862

WM. T. LOOAK, ICdltor. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 80 J. The Fight at Fredericksburg. A tarriflo Moody has Un -foogtit-ai Ki'txlprirktlinrj. The accounts "of rfira meagrt'ait to leave iih almost entirely ignoraui of tire WMtit, If any if i salt further than tire alaogliter i of thous ands of brave and gallant men, has tan i attained. Tha-fight w rrprtweuUtJ to liai e , been tha hardest fought and most bWl) of tha war contented on both siilea'wirii , ' bravery and determination seldom,' if ever 1 .quale " iglaoVtfir terrible conflict of tha day, each ainiy holding its ' original position. The several attempt of the Federal troops to carry the enemy' works by storm, failed with terrible low The enemy's forces are declared to number fully - !200,0(W. - Nothing in given as to the probablo loss on either side, but there can be no doubt that it is fearfully heavv. ' l',i rnhidi: will have to renew the fight, or his failure to drive the enemy from his position will be nothing less than a de feat....

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