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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 15 December 1862

Dry Goods. NO. i 3 , COHHBR MAIN AND BEOONu BTBBETa. ,f VANDOKKN, MILLKH Jb FOX, (SuooMeoie to JOHN, VANDORKN 00.) DRY Cfo O D S . ( UKCK, POLAHD AND INDIA HILBH, UHtil' HUANllH blaub bilk, PLAIN AND PANOi" MU.AHKIUUKS, PLAIO 1'AUL 1)& UUOIUK, CHECK POPLINS. A Urge stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BKHT MAKE AND RHAPB NOW BOLO. ""'"' TRAVELING MESS GOODS; Plain Mil Check, In great variety. A beautiful lint French Organdlci, French Uwui.lirf na . " dine, and Borago.., .' ,- . A joblot "i .".i", SOLID COLOREO 11ERAGES J Hluoh we are milling at BALK PRIOK, Mourning Dress ; Goods; Black Bomlauu,. , Blank OMIim, Black llelainea, . , Black Alpaooaa, Black Tnmartineii, . Black Crae Marata, " Black Crepe Colliim, . , Black Urape Vul, J Biack Love Veiia, Bkuik Uiughuai. IM'k I'T. A Bug. Crape.,, phaik Inula. ' OINU1JAMH Ja7l ClllNTZKH, Blew Btyl. Kinbrold.rL., eVv. Beat make, new elyl., KID GOVES. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANtlLLAS, , Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our fltoc...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 15 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FicDimcKiiBOiui, Pec. 14, A. M Herald's Snecial nil. It U uwMitiinad beyond doubt, tbe rabal form it nearly 200.UU0. Jacson comuudi the rebel riiibL exteudm Iron. Urines' elation to Port Korel. lAne-atrMl baa the centre, extending irom Grimes sta tion to the telegraph road. Lee and Stuart The) Herald's dispatch dated headquarters latt night, says ueneral r raoklio an mov d forward at sunns wilb hit right resting on the river three nilee below. Skirmishing commenced on the left about daylight, soon after atrebel batter opened on oar linea. and the 9lh New York militia waa ordered to charge, but after a fierce struggle were compelled to retire. 1 be remainder or be brigade under Gea. Trier then charged the enemji guns, when the fight became gen eral oa the leu. Geo. Mealei and Gibbons divisions on coautered the ricbt of A P Hill's command The eannonading was terrific, though our troop aullered but little trom the enemy a ar...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 16 December 1862

t-HOLLMEYBH A -LbdA. Umpire Bulldliiff, no Mala trt. DAILY BMP ma. Pr tMk, (pa-ahla to Oartiara)..,,, dj mail pw annum in tanno,. W11KLV BMPlnKj II I aW-Tha finpina a.ruul.4H fl-aa of pa-Utfla in Mont- lautrjwuBi;, njmnni in aa-anoa in uiomm, JOB ur a-arydeanriptton, zniiUl on RtMB PrtwM, li M mm acjia ana at hhodiih pnow. Dayton Business Directory. TSM VO 4DTIIT1IIM BottliNM DteBOTOkT. Bexulex yearly adrertlaers, on line gratia. Others B4 JMr renri t for eia months: II for three months. mmr AneMa. at ail mm ia adwac. CITY GOVERNMENT. " Mayor. William It. Ollleapla; oflle, 10T, Vain. 1 Alio-eaal. olacjr B. Oetas otltaa, at Mayor', olflne. ' 7Ven,urer. U. W. hh; office, J. W. Daret A Bra'S. SMtcttvr,J OBieh bovelll otoce, (!-. Anthony Stephana, office, CoudoiI Chamber. IA1 Oouncil. Kirat Wee Amoa Backer and Hugh Wlfrgim. ' rleooed Wanl Kara Hi mm and Hiram Hirong. I Third Ward 1. 11. niented and Ueo. W. Roger, fourth Ward-J. A. Mlnickand L. 1. Olllllaud. i ' Kifth Ward Ban Thaaiaa an...

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. — 16 December 1862

WM. T. LOOAW, UlUltoe. TUESDAY, PECKMBKR 1C, 18(11. No More Army News to be Telegraphed Without General Without General Burnside's Indorsement. A. ocll Wwtnift'Ktorv tltdtpstcb. to the Commtrcial, dated 16th itwt., nfty t "Hereafter do arm1 new will b telegraph i without the indorsement of General Dura id, except list of killed and wouaded." , The Empirt la iu beweilment on the doleful conquest at redencasoura; denounce to trior of tbie terrible etate of thing, Ac Journal ' ' Doleful conqmwfr at Fredorieksborg " in good, indeed, under the circumstances.. The Journal if fortunate in tie choice of adjective. Possibly this wu Biiggr-steil by the tnonrnfut note of a well-known night bird. Owi on, Mr. Journal, owl on. Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. We never could fnllv indorse the con mo la ken by V, L. Vallandi;haiii, aa we had been led to consider it b Ibe representations and terrible denunciations uf the abolition press renerallr. We did not believe he wi a trai tor, or en an evil des'iifti...

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. — 16 December 1862

Dry Goods. 1ST o . o e , CORBBR MAIN AMD SECOND ITBEETa. VANDORKN, MILLKK 4 FOX, (rHnooeaoritoJOlIN, VANDOBKNAOO.) DRY co O D 8 . CHBCK, FOLARD AND INDIA MLKB, RBaT HRANDt BLAUK NILE, PLAIN AND PANUY MUZA M HIlUKS, PLAID PAUL V CUU1RK, CHECK POPLINS. A largo ..took of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' BEST MACS AND IHAPB NOW BOLD. TRAVELING DRESS GOODS; Plain and Check, In grant variety. A baautlful linn trench Orcaudlet, French Uwii, Grena dlnei and Beragei. . , ' a jobiot - ' v " SOLID ' COLORED IIEUA'aEft , Which wa wwMUInt nt HALF PBIOB. tiii; Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bomhaalaaa, " Blnnk Ohnlliaa, '' Blank lMlalDM, ' bl..t pA01, ' " Blank Tainart wh; ' ' Blank Orape Mareta, " Hlank Urapn Oollera, ' Black tlrei Veil.,; Blank Love VIb, " Black Umghama, Bl'k ft. BnOmnoa, Black Print. ' , OINOHAMS i.nl OHINTZKS, Haw Btjrla Hmbrolderlee, ate. Beat make, nw etyla, ' KID GOVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, BILK Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our aloak la Ur ud dwlrll compi-l-in all tha 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. — 16 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. Rmnllr Davi Droreeded to pee,k at l.Bgtb is favor of the resolution, arguing that the President had no authority, 0dor the rMtitiiiina. to make anr tuck arrest. Tha Pedant bad no ruzht to impend a law of ' d.Hna It execution. After xm argument Davi admittad the Praaident waa excusable in arresting uii, Moofhaad. of Kentucky. U waa evea com mandible. It would bare not been inexcasa bla to have arrested tha leader of the Hart ford Convention, or Buchanan to have arrest ed Phillips, Cheever and tboee misraoi mis- creants. 11 denied that slavery waa ine causa of tb war. it was secause iiew uS-i land and other States had abolished slavery, and commenced a crusade against th State bich held on to It He thought the people would arise ana reconstruct tuu union, MU out in tbe cold and lro- th nrixinijo nf tha Crittenden Comoromise. r .. r . , , . it would Dave been uaisnea long bio. Tb...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 December 1862

rtrau.) (WW Kplr building, 1IO Mala itraet. DAILY BMPima. Par week, (parable to "-') t 15 By auul Ber UDum, IB dTno,. 0 One 0007 bot annum , . ....f. oo vrT Karua. emulate free post. Is Honk ionwjr juni.ty. ljiBdfset BoaoBj-a .t00 JOB PRINTING of ronr feaoripaoa, nettled Steam Prossoe, la A. bni nf i. ana as iwon pnw. Dayton Business Directory. ' Tnaenv m lnniiiiM 1 B.iWsss Iiibbotost. Regular yearly adsartiBor., oa. line gratis. Others 4 nf tmt t fa tor .ii month) $1 lor tare month. mmAmmmt s mil mm in odeojws. OITT a-OVBBNMBNT. AfloY. Wllli'im H.tAUmp? 'sffloo, 10T. Main. AforsAal. Btsojr B. Coins offloe, at Mayor1 office. TrmJtrtr. ii. W. Room; orlvt, JJ. W. Karat A Bro'i. NoUator. Jowien Ijotoiii omoo, Oork. Anthonj Stephen) offlo, Council Olwnbor. Ctty Council. First Word Amos Daqkor and Hugh Wlgglm. Beoond Word Kiro Bimm and Hirom Mrong. Third Word I. H. Klersted ood lie. W. Bognrs. fourth Word J. A. Mlniok ood L. L. Qillileud. ruth Word Em Thomoo ood George Lehman. Sixth Word...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 December 1862

J WM. T. IjOHAK, KJltr. WEDNK9DAT, PECEMBKR 17, 1861 A Slight Mistake. . Somoo.y hi iu'6.r vMl 'tSircultt ppelmg'r to (W farmers, taicD.a,nicn, and wpiUliBta." to com tip to tho assistance of the Government and invert their money ttt'sjlbscriptions' to lier loans. Tbi U all well enough, but the wording of the cir- ev&if InaoTtofccthor trroIt liktn.'- Vor instance, in one paragraph it say ; " Talk not -of mien I - They art the Wirrr of God!" We can't exactly "nee it, Keio wm a ruler Robespierre was rnlcr ; Lincoln, Seward, Stastoh, and Governor Too are rnlors for tho time beinir. but we cannot reconcile their ad- V ministration with the teachings of God Burnside's Defeat. Attain the anny of the Potomac 1ms met with reverse. Bcrssidr, after cross. ing the Rappahannock with his whole force, and making several tneflectnal at tempt to drive the enemy from his strong bold, was compelled, under cover of night, to withdraw his army and seek safety on the opposite side. This, of itself, ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 December 1862

Dry Goods. IsT O . Q Q , CORBBB MAIN AMD BBOOND STRBETS. VANDORKN, MILLER S FOX, I to JOHN, VANDOBKN 00.) DRY GO ODB. 0HK0K, FOI.ARD AND INDIA BILKS, BBHT BBANLW (LACK BILK, PLAIN AND FANOY MOZAMRI0,UKS, rLAlD PAUL D VUUIUH, CHECK POPLINS. A tug etock of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS' BEST MAK8 AND SHAPB NOW BOLD. TUAVELLVG MESS GOODS; PUia ud Check, In great variety. A beautiful Una French Organdies, frenca Lawns, (ireaa JltnAa anA Bimvh -.. ' A Job lot ", .1 - i" OLID COLORED BERAttES , ,. , . Which we are eeilleg at HALF PBIOB. Ilouniiii Dress Goods; lileok Bombeatne.,,,: . Black Chain.., Black iieUMnee, . . Black Alpaooae, .. , , ,., , Black Xeoienioea, i , n, Uleok Cekoe M arete, i .. i.. Black UrepeOeuara, Black Urape Voile,; , , . aleuk Lota VeUa, Black latnghaina, . . Bl'k r.Aug. Ovapee, Blank i-nate. GINGHAMS and OHINTEKH, Haw Stria Una braider lee, eke. ,. , i ..... i Beet make, new etyl, .... KI D G Short Sacks, OVE8. Cloth -Dusters, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our stock...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. RE-CROSSING THE RAPPAHANNOCK. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF POTOMAC, FALMOUTH, VA., Dec. 16—1:40 P. M. During ImI night th army of th Potomae vacueUtl tbir positions on tb oppotit lid of thwiir. ! i . .& Tb movement we periloa one, bit it mi contacted la attv. Tb artillery wa tb finrt to crou tb rtvr. Th lut of th Infantry brought op tha rear ttaortlv after daylight. Tb tunaf nvr discovered th movement matit it wa to lata to do oi anr damage. Aa toon a th laat man bad got aafulr aero tb river, th pontoon bridge were re sortd, tha catting off all communication be tween tb two sbore. , Oar wounded are all tafe on tbia tide. Tber wa a heavy wind all lut night, ac compained with considerable rain, which aa aiated na in our movement, and prevented the rebel from learning our intentions. A LARGE FLEET. Baltimore, Dec. 16. It i reported by the Old Point boat that the English steamer Cad tuos reported having neen a l...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 December 1862

nre-uanaa avast timiM, at- .1 u v w -i aav - a. u w u -- 'u l Eat (.Ire nalMInjr. 1IU Mala. Vtrect. DAILY IMFIKI. Per Mk, (payable to Uftrrlfn).MW.Mw By naatt par luain, la dTWM,H.aw.H.MM f '15 , f oe I irtiUY inrui OusnopT par annum. .. 'amu ..... ....t'i 00 eer-t im nan a he Kapiaaatrontetearree of peatae-a ia stoat- g-eraei-y eaeearv ftrmniMnwu vioaaaa, JOS PRINTING - I or every deeenplioo, eaenuled oa Steam Preeeea.ls bo beet style, and at raaaooablo prirtta. Dayton Business Directory. Tt.M FOB ATtT1ttW IM HutlRHM UtftMTOIir, Reguier yMrlr oUiTrtiitrft, eu tin gratia. Ot Iters f4 psrTMri $i tor an month. , 91 fur Uiree month.. OITTT QOVBRNMENT. Jfntw. William II. OllloaptOi oflloo, 107, Main. ' Jf.o-.Anl. -Stacy B. Cam; onto, at Mayor'a ottli-e. Trn.Mrr.. W. Beeae; otfloe, J. W. Herat 4 Bra's, HuUntor. Joaiah IjotII ofties, ' CUrit Anthony Stephen; office, OoudsiI Chamber. CAly CbaMU. I Kiret Ward Amoa Decker and Rih Wigjrlm.j rleoond Ward Kara Hi mm and Hiram Btrone-. Third 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. — 18 December 1862

ATM. T. J.OCA.lt, Kaifftr. THURSDAY, DECEMBER IB, mi. The Slaughter at Fredericksburg. ".' " tiwra;. it ianMtfTihigta rrmtMnplate th torn bl ani unparaUelel daughter of our troopa at Fredem kaburg. T annala of -J . ! .. V. .n !n.I.B.4 a MMk MB. equal low at that attained by or area- in ita lutiU attempt to carry Us mm work back of the city. TW h of tU nemy ia insignificant in eocnparisiMa with onr own. One Division of w troopa waa led np in front of th etwuiv'e works, behind which were securely pouted their best and moot experienced sharpshooter, and artillery shotted to the nutsle with grape and canister. They were ordered to reserve their fire, and take the works at A I. - .1 a k. kwnaao Tka llaa absl- w-pom.o. a,.,.,-.. -. - - vanced boldly to th work assigned, little ... " , llreamillK VI WIS IWr.lU.W .WVl..".. ", . ,. i wk 111 wily loe nau in siore lor i.ku.. hew had irnt within short and certain I ., , . i i . range, in reoei anarpsiiumr.. .., - murderous ana destructive or oi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 December 1862

Dry Goods. ST O o o OORKIR MAIN AND BROOND ITBIRTI. VANDOnKN. MILLER A FOX, (fttMMMon to JOHN, V ANDOBRN A 00.) DRY GOODS. ubror, tolard and ihoia mvu, BBHT HltANI.fl BLACK HII.H, I' LAIN AND KAN(I MC7,AMHIl)(IEB, rbAID PAUL IK CUOJUK, , CHECK POPLIN8. A larga "took of UDIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' lit MARK AND 1HAPK NOW BOLD. 1 ' TEAYELIli MESS GOODS ; Plata ud Chack, In groat rarl.ly. A baautlful Una , French Orcta!iei, 'reach Uwni, GrenaAUm Ana Ber(ei. A Jablol ' , ' OLID COLORED BERAOEN ' Wbb tn mUIbr At HALF PB10.E. IloTuning Dresa Goods; , Blank Bomba.lnaa, Slack Challiaa, . , , Blank palaiuaa, i, . Himk. Alpaouaa, . ,, blank. Taiuartina., ' . laofc Grapa Marata, .,, , Blank Orapa Uullara, . Blank Urapa Valla,. , ... , Blank. Lofa Vail., . BhK'b aima-liama, . . Bl'k Kr, A tui.Orapw, Buuk ftmw. OINallAMS and . OIUNTZliH, Maw Btyla Kaabrolrlarlaa, ate.' Beat maka. Daw alyla, KID GOVEB. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, , SIX.IC , MANTILLAS, Shawls, Iaw Points, &c. Our itook It lar...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. BATTLE AT PRAIRIE GROVE, ARKANSAS. FAVETTEVLLE, ARE, Dec. 15. via ELKHORN, December 17. TW"folloifiDK.(lditiottl particular ei th ' iul t Prmint Oner r rcived. Th ofBaisI report putt oar Iom, killed end oanded, ie Geo. UerroB'i command t 843, and in Un. Bluni at 16'i. total V . The latest account, inereavet th rebel lost , to 2.T00 killed and wounded, and nearly 6, . 000 bf deaertion. Tuirty-fiv commitsioDtd officers in General Berron command were either killed or wounded. Th latett information receired from onr tcorjtt ti that Hindmaa i on the eouth tide of the Arkansas Hirer with all hie infantry and artillery, and Marmadak on the north ide with a bear? cavalry... Our outposts art wiiU.ZOj mtlei ol Van ...Barer.. ' ..-' t ''..." Forage tooth of the. Botton Mountain! it aaid to be entireir eontnmeo. Great activity prevails in the Federal army in preparing for the campaign, and much in tereat it felt. Oeneral Herroo had o...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 December 1862

raauMM wjasv,' Artsen ft jJOL.LiMKYKK.db LOOAN. Kaiplrt BtilliHua;. .Ill Mala Street. DAILY BHPIM. Par weak, (payaMe to Oerrlere)........... IS Br owl per wun, ia '"-t t u WBK1KI.Y KMPIHEi Ouettopy MruntuBIM... ri ue aartaa tarouieiea tree of peetaite ib onv goinerf aeuBly, i Payaieoti aavancei art oM,X - ' .'tfc w , es e a. n .- K JOB PRINTING of every aaenrlutlon, executed OB Steam Pieasea, la ho boat etyle, and ai roaacmabla prioee. Dayton Business Directory. Tbbns roe Awaariaiaa i BusisaeBY biaaoreav. fteaiuar yearly adverueera, one line gratia. Olhara 94 par roar i Si for ai monlhe ; flfor three moutlie war Auani to tUi ease to ad van, - .. OITYOOVBHNMBNT. .W-iyor. Wintam ft Irilllmnlaj bfflfa, 107, Main. .VtirsAm. Blaey B. Cam; omne, at Mayor's office. JVaowarar. U. W. Reese; orhoe, i. W. iwat a Uro'l. SuUntor. Joatea Lowell; affleo, r I , cter. -Anthony atephenef otttco, Council Ohambor. City CbaacU. Kirat Ward Amoa Dookor and Hugh Wigaim. " Seoond Ward Kara Hi mm and Hi ram ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 December 1862

ijauu. WM. T. I.OdAN, Kdltor. FRIDAY, DECEMKKR 19, 1H62. Congressmen Arrested. A dixpatctt iyi.rarr bet of Cbnm front york.tru r rted in , Washitigtdn' Thursday for openly denouncing President tor. Tning ". coming to a pretty pass whew Ine nre sent to bnstile for frffm? i u.- Release of Dr. Olds. Dr. Edso B. Old, has at lMt been re leased from the Government Dastile in New York. -His release in unconditional ; he refused to accept of any other. After montht ol confinement and mtTering in dungeon, the door have been thrown open, and he it permitted to walk forth to the lisht ol liberty and day. without a charge prefered against hitu, or being in formed aa to the cause of hia arrest and unlawful detention. Dr. Old U not the man to let the matter rest here. The tyrants who robbed him of his liliertv will be made to feel the weight of jtistu-e, when the country is in a condition to ilia- pen He that article. He is to be at his home, in Lancaster, O. on the 26th inst., where pulilic rece...

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. — 19 December 1862

[From the New York Times (ultra Republican.)] Military Marauding. A private Utter to as from a high-minded officer in one of the Sod tb western armies hat this statement! j"If I akeu3 Lallan, th. stab. " of demoralization af du; of our old regi ment in Ue Valley of tba Miuiisippi, you wrald not believe it The;' ham no reepect ur man or woman, ana are gum J ot onences that, if committed at horn, woo Id tend them to the penitentiary tor Ufa."- Similar repre sentations aro made in ao man other q lartore n is no longer poeti.ie to aoubt tbat por- " vi uurarmy nave necome greatlj demor alised. ........... It ia not pleasant fact, bat it i erimlnaJ hit hat oar eye to it. Every loyal organ, of , vpiaiuu m we ianu enotiiu raise ita Toica against it, ana demand iti correction. , The wrong it a blistering lhame' to the cane, Ihe wrong ii a prodigioaa hindraoe to the revival of Union leelinn. The v.r h.. been , prosecuted with the expectation that wu. toeir leaaeri were Droken down and crushed...

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 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WiBiOToic, Dec. 18. Hoot' Bioghm from lb. Commits oh J uA' reported back the biU extending rli loT " r iltiM wrongfully taken - recotnarieodA lion that U do Dot pa , ... .. WlcEiifle who o-W'Hy Introduced the bill remarked Ihx dido I dispair of satifjing lb iloa that torn soch L(filtioii wu necessary tnat tba bill didn't interfere wilb lb ew articles of war. Mr. Majnard said it m important that soma each measure ihoald ba proposed to enable tba military authorities to discriminate batwaan loyal man and traitors. Ba had been informed on tba Ual authority, that in tome I pen of iwbwmb vntj wuwMtuuitw ums n in I be practice of inducing their elares to get within our lines where they could not ba re claimed, merely for the purpose of annoy ing us. Mr. WickliBe mentioned several instance to show the injustice to loyal men in Ken tucky growing out of this question, and in this connection staled me case ...

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 December 1862

WtlKLT K MPIRli llmnpftiiiiiim . 00 ATTne BMriaaatroulataafree of pestes. 1b Mont gemervoountr. Paymant id advance la aMaeei 'JOB TB.IXI3KrC3- or trety description, eieouted on 8twn PrtMM, 1 be beet etyte. Mid at rfuuonatte pnoee. ratten. itut irrtum, Yi ilOLLMEVKH'AlLOQAN. nSmplr BvUdtuf. HO HaU Street., DAILY SfFlH.a. Par mk, (paver, la nrr(.) , ,,,,, f ij, By mail par eon am, in erf o , 4 oe Dayton Business Directory. TtBBfl FOB AnVBaTHIRe) la Buiihbm DinioroaT. Regular yearly tvdertiMra, on lme a rah a. Other r4 per rear; ft for all months f fl Hut lifi'ea mouth. OITY GOVERNMENT. M irtkol tttaoy B. Oeini ohlne, at Mayor1, offlne. rr.nrr. U. W. Beeae; office, J. W. Dent A Bro'.. OoHcitor. JoHiah Lot.II; oltin., , , cter. Anthony lpn.u. oltto., Oouncll Chamber. t'.Iv Cbunai. Kirtt Ward A mo. Decker and Hugh Wlirllm. Swsoud Ward ra Himra and limn Btrong. Third Ward I. U. Kiereted and (too. W. Uogara. rourlh Ward J. A. Mlnkik and L. h. Ullllland. , Fifth Ward Kir. Thome, end George ...

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 December 1862

WM. X. LOOAN, KUItor. SATURDAY, DECEMBER -10. IS61 Seward Resigned. A aswatch v the Washington Star, of the 19th inst., Kafr- that Secretary Bcward ha resigned. If Lincolm aud th rest of tho Cabinr-t would follow iiiit, the country would 1iave reason to rejoice. 7"8euUr Fsbiinpem it tr'ing to got a bill throngh Congress, appropriating $25,000,000 for the purchas of tin laves in Missouri, and pledges the United States for the payment thereof. Th-tt 'a th way tit mony so, Fop govt ihe tngger. Of Course. The special Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette says : R O. Ci)rwin is nnlMrtml to be a cam! date lor the Amstanl Secretaryship of the In tiTior in ( Uher should be made ftecrMn Of course Bob Conww i" a candidnto ho is always a candidate when there nre any pitblti; favors to dispense ; it is con ttilutionul with him. When out of oflk-e, ho tuny tie considered a "standing candi dnio " for any place of profit that may happen to hoeonio vacant. Ho is alway on ihu scent for ...

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