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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 December 1862

IxtnntBvn a Letter cm the Battle Field.) Thii battls (Aniiatam) baa bea the tnost angutDar' of Iht) , antl tha only one fought with Tiaibla design, ant) upon military principle. Tha arrangement of oar corps the orarlookinf poaition of the commanding General the tending into action tha right and left divisions the doling up of the cen tra, and final success excites 'bewildering admiration, and carriea the mind to the great field of Auaterlit and Wagram, fought by Napoleon. Of all thia'bave I apoken. ., The Heart hiatorjr of auoh a oonfliot, purchaaed by the life and blood of twenty thousand men, must be found In the hospitals. ., War ha it gloriea but it ha it ten thouiand demon in the human torture, that make tha eye ball ache tha heart bleed the lip palay, and the brain reel.. The fight i at first posi tively unendurabe. The life-blood of aome ia (till trickling away in iilent calmnea whila diaaerertd limb and , mania brain of other give ria to aoundt God grant I may not again witn...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL NEWS. Niw Yoai.Dec. 19-Th Rirhraan Pis the 15ih sav the reliel 1o t . rraderickaburs: b.ulcl 2. hundred vrounrlift had arrived Ihere end were on tur way M01.A7 . Th!y lo.l Gtnr OcK aud Cubb, end many field offirers. .. . The 31 Sooih Carotin regiment m near W annihilated. ' Tho same paper atatas that ibe rebel posi. liom back of Fredericksburg are impregna 1.1- 1. .l.n nniini a disDfttch from Qoldsboro, Haling that 3,000 rebels fought the abolition ..is. Vintrafnn he Viefore. from 8 O clock A M to 1 P M; that, driving the abolitionists once, the rebel Ueneral r.vans waa cuiujreum. to retire, leafing the vandals to occupy iw Nii report of the loss given. The town was greatly injured D me union uwi. THE REBEL MOVEMENTS IN TENNESSEE. SEE. VtwYoit. Decembrr 19 A specinl Nash ville rfi.m.tph. dated lTlri. to the Tribnnt.nj ii...UP.l Dmlire. with his ravnlrT. has been K..tl,i n. Firr.at all ilav in the vicinity of Corinth...

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

roihWHia trial Arrufleeii, " jJOLLMMYKH A LOGAN. Umpire Hulidlng, lio Main fltreet. DAILY UMPIRE. P.r ww If, (peyahle to Uarriere).......... By iniul petr auuum, in adranoeM.,...H....H WEEKLY KMP1RB) Onin'oiiy per annum - I W 'The Eariaa uinuiu.tslree of partial in Mom (amory ouunty. Payment, in advance in ellenaee,' JOB PRINTING t if very description, eieotited on Hteam Pnuu,li h twsi tyie, and si resins, hie prices. Dayton Business Directory. Trass ma AtiVKKTintNa in Dual a km Dinncron. K4-pillar yearly advertisers, one line gratis. Others 94 lr year; for six month j 91 for three months. -lymtit in alt au4 in txtvanc. CITY QOVERNMENT. .W lyor. William II. (.illftpia; office, IU7, Main. ....Wki1. WUuiy B. Cam; otlioe, at Mayor's office. rM..Hfir. 1. W. Keene; otttoe, J. W.aJaratABro'a. .Soltriior. donah Lovell; office, U' k. Anthony tJUjphena; office, Council Chamber. Ciy Omnctt. First Ward Anion Dicker and Hugh Wiggim. . s.ond Wurd Kara Htm in and Hiram Hironif. Third Ward 1. 11. ...

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

WM. T. LOUXN, Bdltor. MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1863. "On their Muscle." It Ls reported tW CaMrH ofilcer and Wgl miLtery offiaal got into an altent- tiou aSatiirday, anding in blowt. The holdw-trp gentleuiu struck the first Mow, ont it U Mid tbe bent of tb affair wm with the Cabinent officer, at tb time thay war parted' WW t beautiful Mate of affair at "VVaabington. The Defeat at Fredericksburg. The New York Timet admit a reverse to the Federal arms, and says : "Tbe battle on Saturday was a far greater aetioa thaa bad bees supposed in fact, it was in most respect the freetest battle of the war the whole of Bnrnside's army (excepting the coluss of 8ietl op the river.) was en caged ; and, we are sorry to say, it shows that we met with a rennlse. bat teniDOrarr in its effects we believe, bet still very much more rcvioa, general, and disastrous than w had been official!? led to suppose. The scene opened so finely on Thursday, that the public ezpecte it would continue to be illuminated with g...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 December 1862

The Last Shadow of Doubt Removed. nl. The testimony or (Jen. McC'lellan In the McDowell court of inquiry, and the letters art order of President bq1 SecreUry of War produced by Gen. McDowell in connec tion therewith, contained in our last issue, clear op the shadow or doubt, if such shad- ow remained, concerning me causes m me tan nre of Gen. McClclian against Richmond. It had been perfectly arranged, and Gen. McC'lellan set out for the Peninsula on the distinct understanding, that he should bare the corps of Gen. McDowell in the assault upon Richmond, and in his testimony, he says: "I have no doubt for it has ever been my opinion thnt the army or the Potomac would have taken Richmond, bad not the corps of (len. McDowell been separated from it Jt is also my opinion that had the command of Gen. McDowell joined the army of the Poto mac in the month ot May by way of Hano ver Court House, from Fredericksburg, we should have had Richmond in a week after the junction." It was on the 24th ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ALARMING RUMORS. PattiDRirat, Dm. 21. Tk. WeaJuagtoa. Star, of ymurdtT, eave; The itatioo hsrs U more Interest'iDg and eieiting Just now thaa any field ot battle. Washington is full rumor, nons of which ar. reliable. Half dozen in confidently naeaed, also, that fimndn a as bma positiv.lv tendered the Bum Department, tut declined except with aa enure new Cabinet, runner that Bumoer haa been tendered the earne position, and forthe that all the Cabinet haa followed the axamola of Mr. Seward. It waa reoorted to-dev at 10 o'clock that the Preiideat had not accepted Mr. Seward's reeifcnation, aor made the tender of the Slate Department to Feseendee, aor do we believe to an one ale. Oar eSorta to aerertaia whether Seward's colleagues have tendered their resignations, have aot .oooeeded. W are suable to learn whether a single one has taken that step. The President keeps his own counsel so ei clusivelv, that no one haa read the sl...

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. — 23 December 1862

. rTmi.avsr Arrae'ww, wv ii O Li I Wt'lS Y ifi K 1 a . LOO A P Jtaflra.puUdlit; 110 Mala Street DAIXT KMPIK.B. . Par week, (payable to Vti) By idmI per annum la edvenoe,...MMM...M 14 .to WEEKLY E1NE1. One copy pernnnum,.. . 00 I'll KMFinBoirauleteefrevoof peetage la Mont- i lOMflrr eoonty.. Payment ia edTano la aHoaaea.- job jpniiNtTiKrc of vrydmr1ptioa, eieonted Btaaal he Ml style, and et reaaonehl prtoe. Dayton "Business Directory. TiMt ron AftTBHTiima tm B tram mi Dimwrroar, , KNu.Af yearly MiTrt4ri orj lio OUion' 9-1 pr ratri 9 for ai muuii; $1 farlurM noklUa i . "OIT7Sr GOVERNMENT. .' Moanr. William H, Oillwpla; office, 107. Mala. ' if uriAoI Stacy B: Cain; onto, at Mayor' omoe. 7V.oj.rer. II. W. Beaee: oflkja, J. W. iwral Bid's. AUveifor.--. Joaiah Lovell, orBne, i t'ofe Anthony Stephen.; onto, OoaaoU Cbaaibar. -- ty LbunrU. Kind, Want Amos Decker and Hugh Wlggim. aeoond WardKara Bimm aod Uirara Strong. Third Ward I. H. Kiereesd aod Ueo. W. Roger. Fourth Ward J. A. Mi Dick 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. — 23 December 1862

7STFT' if PIT; "- - -YTrriP. A first ..uleaa , Cabinet Hons. j -MrlJBcisfD msa the r soonsibility of the Fredericksbrwj dUasier. .i.Ht L4filtf4) ttiki fj.t jTias .trouble enough jost now. with hit Cabinet. tTlf. the AbolitionUle' luw tried to. make, thepeopje bcliere, the Adaiinis- the ' Povernment. we would now be a people without a Government completely "busted" up. Governor Aesw'e "swarms are moving I Over twelve handled sulJiers have deserted from seven Massachusetts regiments. Such is the announcement of . the Provost-General of the State. Oh, we are going, father Arrabaji, at least twelve hundred strong. ' " The Louisiana Negroes. An army correspondent of the HsrUonl T- t UA,nn T An. iana : -We had 1,500 negroes here, but . -r.W, ,.. l.n -,,t awav to work. W alKint ' 1 T 11 wn win t.i. t o nnn -f .I." ;, lM.in. TAet i7. o notking hut lit in the tun and sleep, ..Tu. ttit irttm In mnrtrt " C Not Settled. The telegraph informs ns that the trou bles in the House of Abraham are not...

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. — 23 December 1862

Says the Republic. Th, Ntn York Wr?rW(oi,P1 ,0 P""" dent to ca.ll to his Co'eioet and aid, the ablest, hrareit iind but meo of the notion, in order, The most splendid army or the worm, wnn general as gallant M ever led, and aoldSera u brare ai ever" marched to rictorr, has met .1 i - n .... .j : . Ar .1, a Tt. Hon I i a iriuiiwuiiEisk mnnqmLia iw " . j Halret ! Orders ihe'AiMrjf the Rippatanv nock wm marched op against the tmpregna ble batteries of the Fredericksburg heights, brigade after bri(rade, diTisipn after division, on after another decimated, thousands npon thousand! slaughtered, from dajrbreali to sun- set, ntll its rain was ompiote, antii weli-bigh twantT thousand brare ' and noblu Bouls wt the Virginia hill-sides with their blood. The nnhlnnrhinir conraira. the dauntless intrenidi Ij df ourtoagnificeut MHhr" wert) tiere' more sublimely displayed. . The , blundering sttate- r. the iocompetent generalship, wbiob hurled bem to a fruitless doom never , branded itself so cons...

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. — 23 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Thirty-Seventh Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. Hon.-Mr. Sheffield of Rhode Island, presented the credentials of the Hoo Michael liana, repreeemauve mmn i -"- greesional District et Louisiana. . A see were reierrwu w u Electon; ' Uf vaiianaignnni ouereu me ing ha prepoeed to debate it, which cased to lie oyer: ReeoUed, That this House earnestly desires that the most speedy and effectual measures be taken for restoring peace in America, and that no time may be Tost in proposing an Im mediate ceseeation of hostilities in order to the speedy final settlement of th unhappy controrrie which brought about this unneces sary and Injnrioui ciril war, by just and ade quate security against in return 01 use cala mities in timet to come ; and this House de aire to offer the most earnest assurances to " the country that it will in due time cheerfully co-operate with the Executive and the States I.- .L M.lfAMiM nl tha I...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 December 1862

ilOLLM K Y K R "A " i. 6 Q A N liinplr building I IO Mail. SWaat. DAILY KM PI PUD. Par week, (payehla to (Mrrlr).H&M.MMM.. By mail per uaum, in e-lranoe WEKKL.Y KMPIRK. Oneeopy fwrinDiim,... ..... 12 00 erlne ISapiaa aipmilateefree or peetage in Mont, goenaryttiptiyt ypl in atleja 'y JOB PHINTINO if every deaortpuon, routed on 8Mb Preaeei.ln tie beet style, Bint at reasonable prioen. i City and Other Matters. Traveler's Register. eTTraini arri re and departf rom the Union DepotJ aaiouowa; " J ClKCIMIIAT.', HlMILTOn AMD DiTMMv J j 0 Depart . Arrivt.; Ixuiville nd Ht. Louis Mail,..4iH) a m tl : tn Louisville Mail Boat .'.8.10 ii m 6 oo p m Louisville find Ht. Louia Ex press i:(K) p at) f j pm Cincinnati Mail,,..,.... w oo p m lisftum Stops at Middletownand Hamilton only. Kaatern Express 10:1ft a m . 4:00 am ' Columbus Accommodation 6:36 p m i t:08 a m Eastern Express ...,12:3 a m 4:36 p m TliU:3Ui m train leavea daily except Sundays. Passengers en this t raid must parcnaae their t...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 December 1862

Qjnrput. WM. JL.CH AW, BMlto". WEDNKPAY,-PKCCMBKa 34, 181 T. No Paper to-morrow. Iq rdor to give the Empirb; jmulerB n opportunity to enjoy Christmas, no paper will be issued from thU offics to-morrow. If any important news should transpire nt J 1 a I w will give it fit an extra, The New York Weekly Caucasian. ThU Democratic paper, issued by the proprietor of Tw Dai-Boo, and for the present taking the place of that papor, is one more before us. It haa been depnv- ed of the use of the mails by the Admin- istration at Washington for over a year, ti ll--; yet it ruts never snspenaea pouueauon, ui changed or modified its course a particle. The ban is now removed, the recent uem- ocratio victories have produced a cnange of policy at Washington already. All our readers who desire a sterling Demo cratic sheet from New York city, should send for a specimen copy of Thb Cauca, siam or White Man's papor, before nub scribing for another. It tonus are as fol lows: Single copies, 1 60 per year. 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. — 24 December 1862

"When Shall We. Have Peace!" The PortlHnd Adoerlittf' the Wading Ue publican ypfi M liaiiia,;aks tiited7iportant question, and answers it a follow. We com mend th answer to the careful attention-of .thaw Wh at. si 'Iresf.-iillf .fjnarhgts fcf treaaon against every Democrat who speaks of peace : ..,.,,., We aniwer, when Congress ahalt be persua ded that Mason, notore, je, a Qivinitt of the age in which we lire. When Congress ahall be persuaded that, history furniihes no example of aix millions of people, educated) free and ineepwntyi being' subjugated to captivity, and ruled against their consent, When Congress shall be persuaded that no nation on earth has proved triemBervsa pow erful enough in arms, or in wealth, to, estabr lish and maintain, indeGnitely, a military dea r potiam over six, oiiioDof,, white rppp) accus tomed to freedom, and to a representative government." Whea Congress" shall be per auaded that every bayonet that carries, do- ' maad forobedieaoe to Jaw, and to tl") ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES Thirty-Seventh Congress. Waswoto, Deo. 21 Hoosi Podl too, ruing lo priveUjred question, moved that th protest wbioh h offered yesterday, f int tli iwuil of th bill indemnifying lbs )?ridnt ud other for arrests under th sastMBsioti oi the writ of habeas corpus, b MUrcd apoa the journal. This b (aid wu abntevd ia hit resolution, a part of which only appeared on the journal To Bpeakar olld attention to the fct that the Hows refused to onter the protest oa lb journal, and oiud former precedents ib support ot lb i decision, tram which Mr. Pendleton appealed. Tba Speaker wu sustained T4 against 20. Mr. Stevens, from the Committee of Ways and Meant, reported a bill making appropria tion for legislative, judicial and executive expense for the year ending witn June 1B04, made special order for January 5th. The House concurred in the Senate! joint resolution, that when the House adjourn to day, it be till the brat Monday in January....

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. — 27 December 1862

Empire BaUdlag'lIO MahtiJtr. UAILT K9f.PIR.SE. Per week, (payalila to Oarrl.rs)....w....HH.....M.. IS Hy mail per annum, in adauc,......w....MM...M 6 0. WKKKLY KMPIRI. On.eoiy peranaura,... ....., .... Sa 00 aerrh. Kariaa raroulatesn-ee of t lege ia Mont, goroaryoeupie,. gnrwieutia adwftia, etlraHwaB JOB PRINTING lif every description, efwtlted on Bteam Presaes, In he beat style, and at roaMonable prioee. Dayton Business Directory, Tkrm ma Annai-isme in Bukinkm Dictot. Reader yearly WMKi erst, H sratia.' others 94 ir year, f2 for an months ; 91 for wire months. I r rear, fi tor an months ; f l I MrAwmMt in aU ocwm tttoevMS. OITY aOVBRNMI)NTJ M'lmKtU. Htaoy A. Cam; ortioe, at Major's nnVe. t, ta.Mrr.-l). W. Reee; otll.ro, J. W. Darst A Bro's. .Sltor. Josiah Lovell; of!,f,'' v J CTrV Anthony Stephens! office, Council XftifttnWw ' CVy Council. First Ward Amos Decker and Hugh Wt(Wim. Heoond Ward Kara Uunia and Hjrara Htrunjr,. Third Ward 1. 11. Kiersied and Ueo. W. risers. fourth Ward J...

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. — 27 December 1862

WM. X. t..CKA.N, KJltor. SATURDAY, DWTKMBF.R IT; 1861. To Business Men. ' " ,pyien" EaTtiie has -aaryer anil mOTJlwpldlj'ncfealimg ' circulation than anv paper, published , Id the county. If our o-temporarie feel disposed to con- tt lh matter, we are ready for Ma show in. Advertiser will ' make A not of thia. ' ' jiaMThe Dubuque Herald aay the Em press of Franc has purchased a new saddle horse and named it Stonewall Jackson. We know it ia'nt polite to say it. but if she does'nt look out he will be hitting somebody in the rear. , fcjr-Counterfeit postage cnrrencv is in cir culation. No government has ever dona so much for the counterfeiting basinets aa this, for no government before ever opened ao many paths to it Vubuqu tlerai. Why the present Administration itself, is a base counterfeit. Can any good come out of Nazareth ? X-iTMaggie Mitchell, the pretty actress who has been bewitching all the shoulder' strap j at Washington, wanted to go South recently, but was not allowed to go b...

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. — 27 December 1862

A Fearless Man. iWo'rjU HtftrAaii; ativU 1118 "iLnki of the entire countrj for tlie fearless charge which beinitd tW(rrand(Jr of Upw Yorlton th m1)Jeotl'of1tBertitrw-J ttrdiits. He (aid: The remoral of arty rtsrsori from this State into any other State or Territory, to answer any charge of having- irnitel ere ao of fenae against the lawi of either the United Statei or the State, iswrthtmt ttieaothority of law. And every person whether he be an officer or private individual, who shall thua seize and eontine amy iet-on 'whowrsoever, with intent either secretly,, in confine or im prison bim here, or to remove' him mifcftf the state against hia will, acta in violation of rtit statute, and rendera himself liable to indict ment ruipflwsKtnanuniWpofl! tK9'ial of such ii'dictment, the fact that such seizure, confinement and removal waa by Order of the President of the United States, of any mem ber of hia Cabinet, tor bthtir'pfficprM' .the-Government, will constitute' no legal defense Neithe...

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. — 27 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. GLARING FRAUDS. Ntw Yo, Deo. .6. Inveslitetloii into frud oa th Qofernmetil (bow that Ottl ol 1,600,000 paid out in thie out ale fata the epeeial appropriation, of 120,000,000, (or r nrntinr. oraanir.ing aad drilling volunteers, DMrlj one-half hM been paid on fraudulent account. Nearly Un tboaaand paraon hav baan n gaged in lb matter, bat they are sot all im plioeteii. LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. LATER FROM MEXICO—PRESIDENT FIRM—SOUTHERN NEWS Waihiuqtoh. Deo 26 A apaoial to tba Times says, official information from Mexico repreeenta the condition of tba Frenota army aa noat critical Their renka being thinned bf aicknaaa and want of wholesome food. As-enls have been aent to thil country for applies of various kinds, and empowered to make large contraaia for future u. Theae facta baring reached Iba Mexican Minister here, he baa entered his solemn protest against such suDDlies being- allowed to go forward. Secretary S...

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 December 1862

DAILY KNPMM. Par week, (payable to OarTlers).,....... By mail par annum, Ib Bdvenoe m.... .. IS . IW WEEKLY BMPMI. Oneonpy prunumIM ........ 13 0 AT-The Kkpikm oireulaleefree of postage in Mont s,omrr 00-uatr.j ryieiinadTant)aieHoBie.-ei HKuii -- JOB TOINTTXlN-a-f every deenrlpdon, oionuloil o Btoun Presses, is ho bolt style, end at raaeoneble prtoee. niunn sMarr emMSe, et ilOLLMKYilll "t "LOOAN. Umpire ftaildlAft.'lK. Mall, attrwet. Dayton Business Directory. Tkbms roa AavaaTiaiae Bvaiaaaa Diaanuar. Kaulaf yearly advertisers, oue-lrhw amtia. ' Others 94 per year Ii for six months 01 for three mouths. erAiywaat in aU ooau ia edaaeoB. k t OITY aOVBRNMBNT.j Wiyur. sVIIIIkm H. ttUevlei orrk-e, 107, Main. Moaaol Btnoy B. Oeiuj ollUie, at Mayor's offlcie. T'tn-Mrtr 1). W. Beeae; offloe, J, W. Derate Bro'a. Mdujdvr.-Woeieh Lovell; orBr-a, " - ' VUrk. Anthony Slephtms; oitloa, Couaoil Ohambar. (My OduhcH, Kimt Ward Amos Iaokar and Hugh Wlggim. Heoond Ward Kara Uimm and Hire in Htrung. Thir...

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 December 1862

4-ir ! - MONDAY. DECEMBEH . 1861. National and Individual Mortality. TawMavHs ' wiry nweaieett ; among all ilsiiss of pvop Uiat nation an not bound by ths ampruicipiesvofcjiiprality which ani applicable to individuals; ftat. what ever in expedient it right in a sovereign SUta hiU toMlie kulur'uliud, wlmlAver it right it expedient, And by tbia it it meant lodiitidgnijh between expediency and right tnd Meert that while the former afford the rale of action for tht government, the Utter furnishes the rule of conduct for the individual. Sovereignties , may be viola ted with impunity, and without disgrace, provided an advantage it obtained thereby; bnt contract of individuals, made in good faith, and in the absence of all fraud, are enforced by legislative enacttuonts, Ju '. dicial decisions, and by public opinion. ' Nations may contract debts, and withhold payment as long as they please, for being sovereign there is no means of compelling them to do justice, anil when it is done it it an...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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