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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 29 December 1862

Burnside and the Administration. ass lit h .mi In an article on "The Political Situation," th New York. For W ha the ollowing just FeniMkJ: 1 L '' ' ' It maybe) true that the same Administra tion whioh removed McClellan because he did not obey a peremptory order to advance against Lee and attack him, gate' Bufnlids full dis cretion to attack when, where, and how be pleased; but what then is the country to think of its consistency f its Judgment? Why Eractice this unrelenting urgency on McClol in, if there were no military "reamrns which would snake the tame stringent 'authority ne cessary over his successor? 1 Why do so self-, stultifying a thing as to remove one comman der under the pretext that he did not obey orderm, to replc himliy "inother'wlth no orders to obey I . If the more skillful, , mare experienced, more accomplished General could not be allowed to exercise bis own judg ment, why allow this privilege to bis confessed ly less competent suocessor? The attempt of the Admin...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 29 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. GEN. ROSECRANS' SUPPLIES CUT OFF. CiROimuTi, De. 28. Affair in Kluo k ar certain lj looking rioas nd fear re felt for Roerns' army with regard to up pliaa, tbir stock of provision in r low. The destroctloo of the Nashville rod de prive them of further supplies, as tb Cum bertaod river ia not yet aavigabla Morgan ha undoubtedly- possession of Olas goir and Car City, which is twelve mile Iron Mamfordavill. Hi men commenced at once, destroyed the railroad and it it re ported bar that did ao mot effectually. SoouU from Mamfordsville arrived on Sat orday with information that Morgan wm ad vancing on that town with the intention of destroying the railroad bridge across Oreen river. Great excitement prevailed at Mum fordiville, and active preparation were ma king to meet them. A train loaded with am munition and artillery left Louisville Satur day for that point. " . A Lieut, who arrived to-day from Danville, reporta that Gen. B...

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. — 30 December 1862

dOLIiMYK- LOGAN. ausaplre BaUdlug, 114) Mala Street, DAILY BHPIUi Psr week, (aa Table la ) By wt per uBun, la idwuw , , , Is , I a W11KLT BHPMI. OMAopr r""" evay-The ajerriaa imWiiftM at wuif 410 Mont- jiiimi; Manly.tfattMutiaavlvanusta Ummw.' JOB PBINTINO ! of every deeohptlon, sxeeatad on 8Mta Praam, la ba beat styls, and at raaaoneble prias. Dayton Business Directory. Vaaaa raa AirmuiM w Bosiaaes Diaa0Teav Rekuler yearly advertisers, one Una STatis. Othera at per vaari is for aix Beonths i 91 far ihraa ssontns. r rtaaM at a eeaai OITTf QOVEBNMBNT. MHyar. Wiltiani ft: 61llesple; ofBoe, 107, Mala. ! . MarihaL Btaoy B. Cam; offloe, at Mayor's office. Trtm.Mrtr.-u. w. 1mm; ofHca, J. W. Unral Bro'a. SaliciUtr. J owmh Lovell; office, I Ctar -A. --Anthony Stephana; offloa, Oouneil Ohambar. Kirat Ward Amos Decker end Hugh Wlnjim. j Seoond Ward ira Himra and U iri.no Htrong. Third Ward 1. H. Kiersted aod tM. W. Rogers, fourth Ward J. A. Minlek and U b. Uilllland. Kilth Ward Earn Thomas 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. — 30 December 1862

-imarrn nrnimiiTirr ' TUESDAY, PBCKMBKR 30, 1862. Banks Supercedes Butler. i s i i i iiIiii I it rk...kuiiM Mnnnl jy'lmyv... o -jsrtiur" for lb won.- Butlkb . W disgwsxl the army aftd.tlw nation j .had vtlum powibl further difWraao him MM, 1$. would have been done. Banks, in ii---iic -(tiluki'ing Uwuoaad,. talk! rjr iMn elwitif t li ltnnnaaihilit v of illvid V ita'jrhe nation, considering tht i 1st once decUftd hra willingness to "let tin Union lid." W don't think he will make much of a mark in the military profes The Administration's Elephant. The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette sayB : 'The Drouosition to wnd contraband! northward due not meet with much &vor, Ihoogh admitted on all bands that something . mast be done wito mem. i os coninuwiu camp ia very full here, and it condition pro nounced by leading Republican papers lo day to be disgraceful lo barbarism." The condition of the contraband ne groes iu Washington ia pronounced ,oy "Republican papers to be d...

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. — 30 December 1862

Malignant Heartlessness. If them 1B 0 UiinR morrUliHn another in the comments of the press ttpon our slaughters end disasters calculated to boil the blood of rtlaaastwfiosa.JuBdsed b ben,Rrirfced, it it the patroninna air f cold-lVKed 4ndiffer eoce pot on by a certain class of piety prints in TOuchtafinif the assnranoa that the dead fell "brarelf, "glorioosly," "exhibited snt pauing emiar;" ic.,-lt ttnr,t ft fine speoi men from the New York Independent: "After a well-foaght battle, although we hare failed to gain what we aimed at, we have lost nothing nothing 'beyond a host ef doubly praeiooa Uvea, wbieb wsra.noblj de Toted and braelj given for the deliverauoe of their ooanury. Lei ., thank ; liod. that,, we have them to giro, aa we have 'plenty more' in reserre to give, if needed." n-i;HriiwrtliiiiUjedpnJi .ia Minis ter of the Gospel a type of the Aminidab '' Sleeks of ' journafisra. These precious pa triots, with upturned eyes and the mechanioal " indifference of the pulpit, tell ...

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. — 30 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. THE LATE RAID. Wahbihoto,. Dao. 29 Tha following ii th Star's version of tha last rhol raid: A rebal force of cavalry, with a bauarj of artillery, suddenly appeared at A M Saturday in font of Dumfries, then held by oar 6th 7lh and (6th Ohio, with two pisces of McOiloray's battery.' The rebela were first estimated at 4,000. They eat the wires leading to Fal mouth, and attacked oar troope, who bad throe men killed, and wera driven off. Is the meantime, information reached there headquarter) by telegraph before they cut the wire leading in this direction. Troop wire instantly put in motion, if poeeibli to cut of their retreat. To that and General Geary marhed from wolf river immediately to the relief of the troop engaged at Dumfries. After being worsted before Geary arrival, they pushed directly for Ococquan, where they had slight engagement with 1,500 of our troop, under Col. Cnmhy, resulting in in considerable loss on both...

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. — 31 December 1862

rrt.tia put vtSxaeea, l t "H ilOliLMlilYKU Ji LOOAN. UaanlrwHulMluariiO iHatVeHirriet. I DAILY KHPIUE. Per week, (payable to 0arrlers).,...MM....HM........9 ! By mail per anoum, lnadvanoe,......m .... 0 0 WKRKLI KNPIHIi I tine copy perannum m . 9'i b ei'lie Karma mnmiletasfrea ol iiestage in Monb. gainer uounty, "eyiaeuHnsitesaea la ell OA Sen," , Ji. j . ,, WelJa 4e Vs J. I . job miKTTiisra- j ut every drmnpli'Mi, executed on Steam Presses, in. tin beat style, and Hi reftsonalile prloee. ( Dayton Business Directory. Tseas riR A UVKBTHine Ut BuSINXSt lUaBCTOaVc Keiruter yearly advertisers, rtaft line gratis. Others 4 peryeari $ Air six months ; II for three months. asTiiymsiu irt aU com fa evfiwfiot. i ' i a ' CITY QOVEHUMBNT. .Waal. William H.IiiUopsui office, HIT, Main. I .limhiii. diaey U. tlain; olHi, at Mayor's office. Trat- urlr.l). W. office, J..W. LlarstA Bro'l, .Sulusuir. Josiall liovalU dflica, 1 ' i Ot' k. Anthooy Stephens; orttue, Council Cliamlesr. City Council. Kirst 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. — 31 December 1862

" TXT STT'sT T TTTT 3 ' 4 WM. T. I.orj A.M, Kdltor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1H61 The State of Ohio vs. Henry M. Brown. Judge J'aihon ' Jli morning decided tha question mined by (lie defendant's mo tion for change of venue, in favor of the Slat. The defendant will therefore b tried in Montgomery county. .In support of the motion, the .affidavit of twentjr-ix persons, residents of Mont v gomery county, were filed by defendant' ronnael, to rebut which showing, the State's Attorney procured and filed the af fidavita of forty-three persons, residents of the said county. Upon the issue thus joined, between the parties, the Court held that under that clanse of the statute allow ing a change of venue in criminal casus, he could find no docisiou by which to be guided, in determining the question raised by the motion in this case ; but that in a civil case decided in Cleveland, (the lan guage of the statute in reference to change of veuue in civil actions being similar to that governing this ...

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. — 31 December 1862

Correspondence of the Empire. COLLINS HOUSE, TOLEDO, December 27, 1862. There are no localities in JiMe interested : sttteimtn,, warriors, 'fti &rl ' lians, io much u the Miami of the Lake, or mouth of the Maumee rirer since the forma tion of our State. During the War of 1812, Fort Meigs, a lew miles north of thii, was justly regarded as one of Our indst important militarr dosU (or the protection of North Western Ohio, and its tite ii still regarded with great interest by eery person who rallies the early history of Ohio, At the close of tin war, ' enterprising and far-seeing men predicted that the great Com mercial metropolis of our State . would be' located on the banks of the beautiful "Miami of the Lake," but at what particular point no ' one at first was able to conjecture. ' Specula tor! purchased all the land along the river from the rapids to the Lake and laid out , enough town lots to build a City aa large as London. Maumee, Perrysburg, Vistula, Port Lawrence, aad Manha...

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. — 31 December 1862

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FIGHT WITH MORGAN. Louisyilli, December 30, 1 1 P nel Harlan tru kd Morgan at R.lling Fork yesterday morning. The engagement, lstd a hoar end e half. Harlan killed and wounded a number of rebels, toeing two killed and three wounded, among the latter Lieutenant Pollia, of South wick's battery, line dead. The rebel retreated towards Bardstown, having lot several killed and wounded, and a captain and six privates captured. Morgan spent last night at Bardslowu, and mores eastward on Springfield turnpike this morning. Scoots report that the rebel Colonel Bezel Duke was seriously wounded at Rolling Fort. A messenger reported to Harlan that our forces bad an engagement at New Haven this morning, and repulsed the rebels there. Sheperdsvilla and Rolling Rock bridges are safe. The trestle work near Muldraugh's Hill is severely damaged that It will require a month for its restoration The small bridge, easily restored, were burned 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. — 2 January 1863

muiifftB AiMRoej, I .. jJOLLNf'ftt in R 'JA 13 1:6 '& A N . Kuipln lUltftttJtfyit l ft4t tfV UAIUY KNP1KB. Pr rk, (payaht lo dtrrln))...MM..HMM...M.$ by mail frar juinuiii) la UvnDu....,w....H. W WKICK.LV KNPIKKi Dim conr Mr Annum ..12 00 1 11 a&MPI OirOUItftnirfl Ol paUi(tl IB -biiv-a St .near. nAimn P. u ......1 ,n a,lluui 111 Ski I nft(M.M job miitf-Tiisra- (If every de'criplion, aiwlted on HWm Preaaas, ia he neat atyle, and At rnaa-mrtlile prtcee. Dayton Business Directory. TftBHt roa AiivnarMi (tegular yearly atyer 91 per year; & lor six i riywnl tn oil 0O44 TcaHt imb AovxarMiNO m Hifaiwia TiiaaeroaT. fnni.oR hp rutin, KJiatr monlhi ; l for tl Three montha. iywtnl tn all taut in aavanm CITY GOVERNMENTj .V-iyor. WJMaiu U-fiiHepio; nffir. HIT, Main. .1.k Vm". ...y tf.M.rtVo1fVe', At Mayor' oWue. r a. "'r. 1. W. Kotrt; ottkse. J. W. iart 6 Hro'a. .Subi&ir. Jonah Lovell; oMe,.' i-,- 'i Anthay aiptteiMi;'om;e, Council Clram.ier. VJy Umaea. Kind WHr.1-A.mos Decker 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. — 2 January 1863

iiiiu-Wmtrivc... 8 WM. T. l-OO A-N, Kdnor. ' Friday. lAvrwT X The Champions of Liberty. witrinjj)W)g the -rinl and n-il-OOm emditinvd' b mmtHiv, and tb torn rflatle and ceYtiin ruin wWli tlie weak. MA rorrnition, anil f")'y" LixoiVt AilsBtsftarati'in ia precipitating trpaav' cui tVUtijr iH UIjBiiaHiw. f'l' lo,'. in amaxement at the dclilx-iab- ami grew: tier whirli Hmmii ). rnty lrly pnrM to awwt,.- plih tbw im, and to annihilate every rt-gw of CorrslrtvrtKmal and civil liberty, o long lb clieriki.e.1 herilare an J h oX the tri American citixen. All thi nK.ulroii and daring nwirj.a- tit n of power to a.iilil the fell end WK k.l .urp. of Al.ol.ln.inM u M n dime 111 tho ! oU ho-1 utt.-i iiau.f Oi areU-kuo .oUJM'iUm.t in tin? N'oitliWCKlcrn Plaui. vlmu a nvn- ti, 1 ival. and jmimMii , and i. .iwd to th' w ild and tf-Vlr-ia mlirmi'i 'f lhrr rnij ajiiiatniii atraiut ihi v and mi niiiy tiir vuuiilry, a (MuImmIh J and uamnlri J "to ua in tli great luna Char la oi "Ul Kaiiniial liidi'M'a lu...

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. — 2 January 1863

Our Canals. The cs?ir hot hWxlosAbe triait-wietit oi tonnage reoeivwl at and cleared front tins porvhMtMwi pul.iabrd, and iharatur, mi gtefiUtat alM fcrWrOTK-W til'; tbe Drobabl future of the canals ma nut h. inappropriate . . . ' 1 a tbe maintenance of tiice threat arteries, which oono timxca raitrsCJiUXMjiu and Indiana with the r"-al Lakes. Toledo deep! interested. When tbas oitaaa were tint opened, and for manr ucdiuir Tars. they formed the onljr availatrle ocilet for the vast production of a rff't Tliwn nramaai and lertilitv are unsurpassed. ,Ta-a tiwy were .regarded witfe uuiveraaJ iurot.- aVio oi ourut'ihetr destruction, and mtte""!' dreamed of the pussibililr oi their abandon-1 mant. ; r . . ,.'i,uiil .8 .nlf .'E bat a change came over the public mind, New atid rival enterprises were starUrd, and! aoon the country wai awakened by the suort ; of (ha "iron feorW . 1'iw people, tfcrriih Ta- , V T . 1 uence not Decenary hera to ducuBs, J were almost eouviuoed that Urn new and 1 m...

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 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. CAPTURE OF MURFREESBORO. LoonriLU, Jn. l-Rosccr M., frw.boro Tucday mor,'uir..lh7 r.T w ...it Th. rbels tnarte but J'uht wi U.. And retreat.d tnw.rd. Tu l.bom Bo. ,.r.,rlo.t.tr.i of ... iollo-.ng him, ;h, r-.r.c.pturlb,lh. rebels under Gen eraiiIorg.il. , , t . pm. Th. rumor, hex. 01 too upL.-v. -re Irom the direction of Salt r.ver '"f cly unfounded. ARRIVAL OF BUTLER—BANKS ADDRESS, . URE88. 1 v .... v... t l-R-.m.r 9. R. 8p.ulJing fr N OrWn. 4lh, b .nid. h.uuiininrtw Oen Holler .nil etult, excepting Col JonM II. .Inlin rinrk who remftined, French, .nd lh n Butler prior to le.vini New Orl.nni u.v.. a reception t the City U.ll where bun tlreJ. of citizen, .nd officer, c.ll'd on him. !,. Butler lo iMued . farewell ddre to the cititenn, in which he y, be li-ave with tlie proud conciou.ncs of i.riyin with him the ble8inK of the humble .nd loyal under lh. cottage roi.r and the oabin of the ulave, quile content...

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 January 1863

rvibUHB! A rr , PT ' i OLLMfcVEtt'-' A LOOAN. empire Building. I-O MaU tiW, DAILY KXPIRL Per wink, (payable to (Mrr1r)..,..MM...H. by mail per unum, io tdvftaot,....HH....N. ..I 15 - Off WKHKIY KMP1RIC. On nnnv nr unnm .. tva HinunnuiMMirMoi phh uuv' fu-U.t f y JOB PRINTING or wjrdaiwTiption, aitwite. on Bta. Pruaci.ia h bant aty!, and At reartonahla prioea. Dayton Business Directory.' Tekmi roit AoriKTimita m Brjiiaaat DiaaoroaT. ReKular ytry advertiara, flo .in gn.ua. iOthr pr rear) vi for i months i tlfortnra months. WFaymmt in ail com$ in odvanc, OITY GOVERNMENT. .H-iyor. William U. GillMpt; office, 107, M.o. Jitu-nAaL 8tey B. Uaiu; ottloe, at Mayor' office. 'fiea.M rar. D . W, Reeae; officio, J. W . Iarat A Bro'l. .Solicitor. Jofiah Ijovellj oHioa, ! U a Anthony Stephena; office, Council Chamber. CVy tbwncU. Kiret Ward Arnoa Decker and Hugh Wlgglm. Heooud Ward Kara Himm and Hi ram Hirong. Third Ward 1. H. Kiereted and Geo, W. Roger. fourth Ward J. A. Minick and It. L. ailliland...

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 January 1863

" ' WM. T. X.043KA.M. milUua:. ., . . SA.TURt)AY,JAygAWa, J.86X The Negro Proclamation. it n of freedom to tha African-Amrw. He haa dtfclarexUhetoe in the State wtflt lie has nb control, 'frttvor rVjsnd in the slave State where be baa military I. . v:. .t;n' nntlmnt the Mr. Limoolh, boor weak man, thinks by ., . . t. . - !. I mis act oa naat.uiuiu ' ifies, that he haa shown courage in issning hU croclamation. after lte condemnation ly tho people. Tlie people of the groat .. . .... . V, . Vi, k t control, ne leaves me -pour jiuicu States of New 1 ork, fennsyivania, unio, T,i;n nn have, throneh tne ... . . . .. ballot-box, repudiated tue tmancipatiuu Proclamation. They have throngn tniH I .v.j j-r .),. that it was .v,. . , . , . dmtastefnl to them, tliereny aKKing mrn to lua ilist h u. ill not doit.' He thus Bnys to the people,"! care not for voa will. 1. AbkaIiam LlNt'orvI ,..i,:Uf- rt .lUwirnrd Ha.'' LUtVJ IUC ICOUVIIOIVHtiJ a O" , . 1 . . Such is the position of the i resident 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. — 3 January 1863

Starved! "Oo rlat'u'riia soldier's !fe-Mrj Ann Kidney iu found in her room, No. RG2 Central krcnia, fiemd. , Two thUdren,, one nine rSna tBe' 6theT thirteW yWars of age," clinging in agony to the lifeless body of all that remained of that which tA them was dearest on earth. The neighbor sent for the Coro ner, a jury WAS impanneMf eVMandsiieard aa to the canaea of death, and a verdict returned of 'Died from want of care 1' - ' -'. - The troth was that this woman, had not the meant to sustain life. Her husband, her pro tector, la in the army; ber supporter ia in the army, and the Government ha no money for her brave defender. I n an ollort so.auataiu herself and two children, she irI 'prostrated, and died 'from want of care.' No one oarae round to look after the wldW't wife, ite poor. consolation into her withering heart, and to render the succor for which she was dying. Alone, penniless, heart-broken, suffering the pains of disease, and the panffit' of distress, she drew her two frie...

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 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE REPORT NOT CREDITED. Losutilw, Jn. J Tha report that 1500 rabwlacroaaadth. Cuaibarland last Mondav and war. moving towards Louisville dis crwdifd at Udqurtr. STUART'S RAID. Psilaislhia, Jan. J Tha Washington .Starsavs in th racant raid rsbel Staart crossed hit telegraph operator to intercept Union Me aag at Burks Station, thni learning more or lews concerning efforts to intercept him, and redinesa of oar force at Fairfax Station and Fairfax C H., to give him a warm reception lion Id ha venture to visit thoaa places. He also tent various Meuagea over the wires ; one to Fairfax Station purporting to order from here the instant destruction of a con siderable quantity oi army stores aocomuleted there. Among the messages found at Barks Station, having been sent over the wiree bjr hi order, is the following : Burkt Station, Vte. 28, 3 P. M.lo Quarter Master Oen. Meigs, Washington : In future you will please (urnish better Mules. Those hare furni...

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 January 1863

rviMIHRD SVSAV ArTBS.00., ST. ilOLLMKYliU' A ' LOGAN, Umpire Building, no Kala mract, DAILY feMPIttffi. Per week, (payable to Carriers)...... .. by mm I per annum, in advance ..I 11 .gi WKKH.LV HMPIRH. One cony perannum... Si BO lThe K.i-ial oirculatetirree of peatage In Mont iBeryeoualy. Payment in ad.aaee in HeaeB,'sl so JOB PBINTINO of every dowriptinn, eseculed on Htaam Presses, la he bniu style, ait.l At rwutuniWe prioe.. Dayton Business Directory. TcftWI ro ADVKttTIMIMa IM BuHIHMt tiiafteTOftT. FtKitlar yearly- ftdvrtiem, one Jia gratiA. Othera y-l jmr yri $i for si months; fl for three months. OITY GOVERNMENT. Jf-ow. William II. fjilleepie, omen, 107, Main. .W'irVu 8uu'jr B. Cain; oiho, nt Mayor'a other. 7.,rr. 1. W. lift ne; office, J. W. Itonit A Hro'e. w.iur. JoHifth hovoll; ofttne, . CWfc Anthony HtpheBM otlhre, Council Chamber. City Qyunril. Kimt Ward AinoH Decker and Hugh WiKtn. Herond Ward Kir Bimtn and Hiram Htrong. Third Ward I. II. KlerHted end tteo. W. Rogera. Kour...

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 January 1863

. l Mlrl l it 4 II 1 jut. WM. T. tiOXW, K til tor. M0XDAY.JAXUAhS,lfeC3., .' 1 The Battles near Murfreesboro. Tb WtiW of tha tarrilia figliUug near llurfraaaboro, is not yet definitely known. At present writing, taking our own ac counts as basis, which heretofore have not Detm reliable, the advantage seems to be with TIosioeavs. It in claimed . that he has driven the Confederates from Mtir freesboro, and occnpied their line of dp' fence. Bat nothing is given to show that he haa gained any decisive advantage. The fis-htinsr is reported to have been the most stubbornly contested of the war. The loss on both sides is heavy. The Commercial's correspondent says : Our losses, however, have been serious Since Wednesday evening they amount lo bom 4,000 killed and wounded of which 500 nr. killed. Our loxs in orisoner is several thousand, and the enemy on the first dny captured about twenty-six guiis ix. rt e captured lour irom . The rebel loss as estimated by themselvei, was between 4,000 an...

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