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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 January 1863

National Retribution. From the Richmond Despatch, Dec. 24. We do not boliere the history of the world fiord ana aolilan-y example of national ! which bat nofboeu 'followed by 'national rv tribution. The pnnishment of individual transgressors may be deferred to a future state, but nations have no future existence. If it could be possible, to- liod empire which always adhered to the maxi mi of jus tice and wisdom, yon should find one whose power and prosperity woald be as lasting as time. The greatest of modern nations England will one day add another- name te the long catalogue of fallen , empires. , She is now in the meridian of her glur;fcnt the bloody stains of her Indian conquests and the commercial cupidity which has made mer chandise of the souls and bodies of amnkind are not forgotten in the chancery of JJeaveo. Even if African slavery were the gigantic crime which Exeter Hull proclaims it, and even if the silly delusion of its fanatics were true that the youth is now punished...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. LOSS OF THE MONITOR. Foat Mornioa, J.. -To Hon. Gideon Welle.: To. Stale ol Georgia report, that the Monitor foundered on Ineeday niht, onth of Cap Uetteraa, with a Ion of two oflioera and thiityi(ihn, name not known. MURFREESBORO FIGHT. NiMTiLLt, Jan. 3 It la reliably reported that Oen. Bngg waa killed There wa fight ing all day. No particular.-. Our force are abvancine; and the enemy ia falling back over Stonea River. W winded elighllp Cole. Miller, Wake, 40ih Indiana, Lieut. Col. Neff, Col. Hull, and Captain Pat. Heavy rain all day. Heavy cannonading yeatet day till noon. Th Rebel atticked our left and were terri bly repuleed. Very little Bghting yeaterday. Onr force do not yet occuqy Murfreesboro. The Rebel attacked and deatroyed Hospt- ul building on Thursday. Th Richmoub army are furniahing atrong reinforcements. A apirited engagement look place between mechanic and engineer, Col. Innia'and Oen. Wbarton'a rebel cava...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 January 1863

rvaujeae itii aTeooe, at , j. iOLLMte1TICflV Jk 'LOGAN. Kmnlre Building, IIO Mala fttreetH. DAILY KKP1M. Per week, (payable to Uarr1erii).MHM,..mM.MM9 By mMl per annum, la e,lTanoe ..........- s WIKKLT EMPIKK. One "opy pa' annum,. ... a 00 W 1 !l . Kanea nimulataHfrea of Deataae in Mont (omeryeeunir. Faymeunn serene la aHajteee . . i t rTTX J. .Ax. job jprhstthsto (if nirr dWrlntlon, MnwW on Steam Preeeee, in h beet etyle, nail Ml rwwuniN iirieee. Dayton Business Directory. Trx. run AiirMTtaitfil in Bcaiaees PinncTonT Regular yearly edvartieare, on Una (nun. inkers ler year I S. ror nix inouwR , el lur tntn! nwmiiii enf m ou mm. amionce, -. OITY GOVERNMENT. .tf.i-or. William H. Oillaai.iii; ofllea, I1". Ham. .ltnr.Al.-eia;y B. Uein; ultioe, at Mayor'e office. -JVaOonrer. II. W. Rmw; onVe, J. W. iMrst bro'e. .Srtuitor Joaish l.oTallj otflea, ....) t,-e.Anthony BtephenafonVje, Council ChafhW; C' Obeia. rirt Ward Amos Decker and Hugh Winilm. Heooud Warii K.ra Bimm and Hiram Htruntf. Th...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 January 1863

I -WM. T, l.OOAN, KJyor. J rl f , WWHsK4AY7jANUARVy, 163. ,. Eighth of January. Tha Dr-mocTaey of tin (State will eale. Irate thin time-honored May of olden times, nt Columbus. We have no doubt there will be gay nd fsative time at the Cap ital on that day, and preparation have been made accordingly. -'A - Dr. Old's at Columbus. ' learn from a gantlmau who was-ftl Ctilumbua yostcTday, that the escort which accompanied Dr. Oi.d'i to the Capitol.iwa over a mile in length. The Doctor wa received in handsome and opproptiote manner, and made a tllinjj speech. Wc have no doubt thin formidable demonstra tion somewhat softened the spinal column of our "backbone" Governor. What Douglas Would have Done. Senator Douolas, in his speech Ht Springfield, Illinois, in 18C2, thus gave his opinion of such an emancipation proc lamation as that just issued by Lincoln. He said : "I will never sanction nor acquiesce in any warfare whatever upon the CunHitutional rights or dumrslio institutions of the peop...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 January 1863

I'. S. Ta--Frli atWlalonsj and , , liar.-War. ,., ,,w Ai there are many omissions in the' U. S. Tax schedule, we here taken the liberty to soppl 4 pqrtioB q; theft aal, shall tnnain') a, copy to Secretary Caasa, expecting h1l accftp-" tanca and thanks. THE TAX. ' For lending a newspaper, $jJ)(J, . For eating hard cracker out ttf tbe'-army, 15 cent. For "kissinjr in the dark," two cents. ' If the old folks are opposed, exempt from lax. For not bowing to a niggor after de fut ob Janivery, 1. ' ' ....... For treating a girl's brother, 60 wots. , ... For playing eucher with girl, 23 ; wtiti. When "hearts is trnmps," $1,00. For pulling a cat'i tail, 10 centa. For shooting1 -"Bally for Cox" 45 -Writs, each offence. , , On every woman's "now bonnet," 371 cents.. For eating steak more thai) three times a day, $3,00. For counting jhk stripes in a .balmoral, 00 cents. v For not appreciating ."John Brown's", song hourly, $1. Oaveaeh (lirtatios), $2 aad apwardi, accord-. ing to signs. i For dec...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. OFFICIAL REPORT FROM GEN. ROSECRANS. CHAN'S. OFFICIAL REPORT FROM GEN. ROSECRANS. HEADQUARTERS FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS, DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND, DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND, FRONT OF MUMFREESBORO, DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND, FRONT OF MUMFREESBORO, Jan. 3, via Nashville 4. V. Ottttral H W Halleck: ... i ( n Ull o 2ti D uefflltner w miiuii.'u N;.hTille In three column.: Geo McCook by be Nolinirille Pike, Oen 1 borne Irom mi en- .mpmento. Frklin. Pike ti. Wilson .r v . j .w- m,.p. fill. feUd VTtJII VriivVUUOU UU W !"' I f T.!J mi." n... i.f. ....i .ni.e mi I LtttJtl'JXt. i...er..riolhenillAtremt. with rocky, bluff i u. r nkiUfln Hon Me- r... k drc Geo Uardee'e coroe a mile and k l i , u..i. ..i. nr.A .riinil the nloce. Uen Crittenden reached within a mile and a halt of Lavergne. Gen Thomae reached Wil- ann'a Pike meeting with no senoua opposi- ,, i n.t, r..n.r.l AtnCnok drove (Jen Hardee from Nolingville, and puahed a rerou- nnueriua divia...

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. — 7 January 1863

1 1 1 L. L. M K Y K Vl J A " L 6 Gf A N . Kiaph-. Ttiillilliiff. IKt Main StrMt.tts DAILY K9IP1HK, PdT wurk, (pHyM In Uarrl.r.) M m I )5 Hr mall per aniimn, In ad.iuw., m 0 o W1UKLY BjTplKK. OiiAnopjr par annum . 1' 0 iMrri Kii.ias oinsill.u.fra of po.vaga in Mont, gnmaryoountr, Pajmcutia ariu.nc.la altaa,..,- . - Ui Will JOB PRIWTINa of evarr .wripllnn, oiivtitwl on Btnl Pr, In Ik bent .tyla, und ut rfiumM pricm. Dayton Business Directory. TKftMl Ml AuJtTilMa I 0UNNM IilMCTOBT. Hoitular ywarly rt?rii.4f r, 01 Mm gratis. othw 1 4 termr; ti for nix month; 91 for three month. r Faymtnt in atl MMi ti (ntw,' i i ; . ., OITY GOVERNMENT, .l.ir. WlltlKili II ii.livM.S om, 1U7, Mnin. MuxAif. 8ljr H. On.ui; otttiMS at Mtiyor'ft ottico. 7Va rr. I). Kwn; offlua, J. W. J-srl A Bro's. Solicitor. JomimIi LovbII; ottV, t ; U. Anthony StepheUH; ottina, Council Chamber. CJ'y Cburwu". Kiint Wnrd Amon Deoker and Hugh WiKim. i Haooud Ward Ear bimmaod Hiram Hirou. Third Ward I. il. Kifli-flted and Ueo. ...

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. — 7 January 1863

Ajailg (!).ut. -WM- T. IX-t Kdltor. ii- .- - WKDNESDAY. m'CARX ,7, 18G3. The Ohio Legislature. TuUiidy semble.r JWtitday.- Jb? Oownw Message we reaa. were not favored with an advance copy, and cannot la it before our readers to-day.-- It contains nothing of special interests v;.Aii.M 1atr Terterdar u..... 0.-.-. , - .Ws. Mr. He.DiBioK. an emancipation- Tr-lfa-l flt.tM Senator for theeLgrt wi... term. One MU wee had for the long term, bnt no choice made. XarThe Legislature of California i in sc.aion. A discussion has arisen in the Senate on a resolution to endorse the Pres ident's Proclamation, which promises to last for several days. . iar General Rosecrans reports that fiirht. the hardest of the w ar, his army has achieved a success, lie says the loss or the enemy is heavy, among their killed is Generals Rains and It ttonflrals Gladson. Adams and BnECKiNRiDQit are wounded. XarThe New Voik Commercial says the dry goods market of that city is very uui.'t. The jobbing trade has been v...

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. — 7 January 1863

The Disunionists. Mr. Vallaadigaara affeffd . in roiijrsa a few weeks ago, resolutions that the Union must be preserved indivisible ; that any per son advising ptai'tfort aaj- tr terln 4uuH be held guilijof a high crime; that the Gov ernment can never permit foreign interven tion ; that the war is waged in no spirit ol oppression, but. Cur tie, equal xutbts 9 the Slates and maintenance of Hie biiion; that the revolutionary scheme of extinguishing State laws and turning States ' back to Terri tories should not be tolerated bsat a dicta tator should be spurned, and the preservation of the Constitution, the Uniort and the" IVhnr ties of the people ehonld be"'lhe rijot kftt in view. These resolutions wi re ViiUsJ ,d'own by the House, by a vote of 7 j Abolitionists against 60 Democrats in their favor. ,, Whare now is the boasted Uhtorilsni of tile AnoriTTo'n tionists? Header . reflect upon it These nigger-worshippers thus vote virtually in fa vor of a ; dictatorship against the B-eserva-...

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. — 7 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. RESIGNATION OF THE FRENCH MINISTER. NEW YORK, Jan. 6th. JIeico, nnd treaty w.tn mat power . Ir the joining in a note to be eignea, aieo oj i i i o . k I nnffntrnf.ia tu rr v--- . .,.. .. th. rebellion IDOritieS, ll"H rum. ..... - had success The Tribune aj a well Informed source at Paris, reeeired by the Asia, states that a few days before) the letter wae written, the remitter of oreign Aflaire, Droayn De L' Hnpe uieited the Empe ror nnd advised him that a modvBeetion of the poUcy of the Empire wae required by the tmblio Toiee. That he wae o for committed to the preeent policy that he cnuia cnange smd therefore tendered bia resignation, reo ommending LTdstte aehie successor. That the modifications needed were in th Brut .. HKart in regard to Italr. eee- " j i l - Va -.1 i ik KMinh arme from the Url o the , h rench armr from Ma.iivi and treat? with that power, ana imra- id now continued nearly two yeart witnout totiy g nli...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 January 1863

.a? .: raauMM nm tJOlLMlivi: 4 LOOAN. Umpire Bulldllifr, 4l Wala ttrwt.a DAILY KMPIRI PiHk, (payable to Oarrlore)......,.., By mail per aunuin, is advauue,..,..,.., .. IS WHKlit KS1PIKM. Onefnny per annum,. 00 Iha KHHMMntiiliUirrMIlf lealAIe ID Mdtlt' en ni nmery oounly, ymwaMaedraneala """"in I JOB PRINTING Of every description, etnanted on Btaera Preaee,, In he tent atria. and at tMoatMi prloea. Dayton Businesa Directory. Teami roa Anvaar Regular ywnrly advei (4 tiui; i for l Aa"JMA'MaUc Tn,a f.e. A utIATIHI MS lit B UNI KM DltBCTOAT, Roulf yHr irrtervo'hii'ri.u. Oltusri in OtTY aOVBRNMENT. Vw William H.'flillewblei naVe, HIT, Main. ,W,i,-A(4 Btacy H. Cain orlioe, at Mayor' otlice. iVn..u-er. D. VY. Rceae; omue.J,- VY.JUaratA Bro'e. Solicitor. Joaieh I-rfivell; office, ' 1 1 ' j ter. Anthony Stephen; otfto,, Council Ohkmber. City CuumU. Firm Ward Amos Decker and Hll;h WiMlaa Meoond Ward Kara Bimm tod Hirasa Htrima. Third Ward I. H. Kiarated and Ueo. W. Koaera. rourlh Ward J. A. Mi...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 January 1863

VTM. T. L09AN, Editor. THURSDAY, JAXtlAfcYa, liC. Governor Tod's Message. Oovenv.r'e Message, prepared lr the Cia rinnatt Snjuirir. It embraces "about ell that it contained in tlie Messs, aud oeeu lie4r tnucb smaller space. ..' jar'TbQxabeiViru a- gliis. iuiili fag hu again revived, and tire ship yai Js nraiti animated with the busy wl, industry. Forty-one vessels, measuring 80,069 tone; are now in porcese of con , traction, end there ere yet several keel to leleld. larThe Buffalo (N. Y.) Couritr states tht the Congressional Committee appoint sl to examine into the purchase or charter of transports for the Banks expedition will commence its investigations in New York immediately. This will be another con gressional farce. "Nobody's to blame," cf course, and nobody will be punished. Against any Compromise. Our neighbor of ihe Journal is some whaUroubled because we have expressed n de-dre tor peace.'- Ha wants the war tit j,'o on until the country is mined beyond i lie hope of redempt...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 January 1863

Southern Independence. "Stuet w rocogniiis Hie" Independence of the Boathettt SlaU.s V That wi tbf 'question put to na, a few days (go, by a prominont law yer of thia cl'fl nd ) eWraJni I' Black Republican itfrty. Hi bilnyiiMirf and accepting of evidence, bad convinced him, at length, that Liflenhi't ejird- Reward's ror wai done op. Ue oioieii bis surprised and unwilling eotvvictluti thfrt MSituhln. and hia kW Co6inn were imbeciles. We ware on record, in our own columns, to the iam pur pose, long ago. 80 aooq aa thev tried it, we said the oonld never "rim the Federal (lov- ernmeut. When they tried wrv we. aaid thef could not manage Uie tear. ., ,k lieu., joe., war began to ahow signs ot axlinnauau, wex naid they could not bring about peace, ftxerpt tin terms and in a war too diHgracoful for our NortberaRute to aoept 1. Waait.'Wiuji Ihnti year, prediction, is now hutory. Are we in favor of recogniting the "incleV pendence of the Southern Stales 1" We were, from infancy, Jeffertonian ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 8 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. THE BATTLE OF VICKSBURG—OUR ARMY REPULSED. lit Li4, Ail, Jnurjr 2, via Caiho, 7 A special to tb New York ZW&ttru says the battle i( ili 1 1 rtgiog et Vicksburg, bat with no usasive result Oar force look the main i nitery and rifle pit of the enemy Monday, cut wcra afterwards rcpnleed and Ioh tbtir ground. Five cannon were taken, tpiked ii nd lost again' General Morgan and Col 3 B Wvman, .ra killed, General Morgan, L S Smith and pt Gwjon, ara wounded but not mortally, Hoih armiaa retted Monday night after a Lord tought day. Our troop ara eon&dent of victory. Pnoe and Van born commanded the rebels. It u rumqred Sherman, was being largely re ntoroed bv tba arrival of Grants cavalry. 1 be gunboat ara not doing much. Our , my i well potted and protected on 8ank tnd rear, and kill not yield tba conteat till Yuksburg ii in it poaeMion. Our Iom in killed and wounded to far mi ll. ated 3.0U0. Csiau, Jan. 1. Newt from Vicks...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 January 1863

it KJ 1-4 J-4 i I lj iv a uuu; n. : K.ni(tlr HuUdlh, lit MUt fMrert. DAILY EMPIUK. t Per week, ((Miynlile to Unrrlttra ).,... HM M 1A By mail er euutini, in edveuue i G WKKKLY KMIMIiK. j One cony per Annum, . - Krii oircuUiPHfrf of pent,K in Worn JOB PRINTING j ir erery dt- riptlnn. erenited on Strata Pree, Id he bent .tW h.i.I .it rHHmU urmea. MARRIED. BMJUER-LKrKVBK n ThHwlny, fit. lint., l.y He. Ur. btwk, Mr. Jom-ph A. lH(iir, of tthiiijftnii tow until p lo Mih Mry AdeuKhitir of Mr. Jr-um: Ije- Cot re, esq., or Vn Itumi town. up. COBI.KNTZ HINiiKV On the 7th intd., by liv. P. WiuUua, el the rewi'lcnce of the hrirto'H rn'litir.Mr. Gideon J. Uobleiiia, of Wttyne towuMhip, to Min Mury - K., daughter ol 4. llmv, eno, , of Mietoi City.. CO rlNBEBBY-BKMlKLOERiiKR-On the even in el the Mh itMf.. by Rev. I. Winter, el tho 1011-di'tn-e ol the oridu'a inother.Mr. Henry (J, Uottiiltwrry to Mm iira li. Kichellmrger, both ol Hilarity. New Advertisements. Rags, Old Papers, Books Bought at . 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. — 9 January 1863

MTM. T. LOOAN, Kdltor. FBI DAY, JANUARY 9, UC3. Departed from their Faith. We made mm jemarke in a late nura beir, taTreeeretree einlte ponitibn' and bear .eng oi tee late Whig party toward the Democratic orgaoiiation, and the subser- ienc of many of the leaders, (eapectally In tM corner mates, j 10 mo gross usur atioBJl and abnuaaf tlut-JUpidJiraii or Abolition faction which, for an evil hour, i . have been controverting the, destinies of a people once boasting of their liberties. Thii is manifestly a strange hallucination of a party whose flag and banners floated to the breeie nnder the auspices of Clay, Harrison, and Taylor, with inscriptions and mottoes expressive, in the loftiest tones, of patriotism of the nationality of their platform and denouncing sec tionalism and Abolitionism as fatal to the peace and security of tho Union. I'mlcr that prond banner, and with many a talen ted and gallant leader in the field, they en tered the lists against champious of the Democratic party...

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. — 9 January 1863

The Mjivti4 W Kw lork. Win, national resource, political contest, religious,copTn.ioi.s, amusementf, .ha, CeaV Jitral Writ, its wa,;ghtj(k)l,Ao.( ha, been discussed; this letter is of the "Mysteries of New York. Ia lie car, steamboat, saloon, parlor, at dinner, in the treeViever;where do I bear some story with relation to, or inqn'rry as to the meaning .ol, those mythical 'words, posted, printed, and advertised wherever jl go: 8. T. lpiiO. X,, , ,. J"1' " accompanied with a crescent and a shepherd's hook. A secession sympathise said t was;',' "Satan Triumphed in 18li0 in granting, the , Xpectation of the Abolitionists;',', while a Re publican said it was: "Stump-Tail Democrats of 1800 gone to Texas;" another, I'To the State Taxes of 1800 add lea (X) dollars;" an other, that they were the watohwords of Some secret society, like, "Sons of Tecumchia are 1860 Strong," or Sward Tricksters of 1800 Used Up," Ac,, 4a Well, yoa correspond ent was ill bad been ill for a loug time in ,i aoti'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. — 9 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY. NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL OPERATIONS. UitMCTc Armi or Potamac, Jan 8 Th uual quiet prevail. Riohoaond paper of taia worniug contain Mobil pial of jtrdT, My'ff dl" ttch from Granada oa th 6th, stale that an aid da camp of General Forett, who armed hra tiua morning, report the capture of Trenton, Union City and Humboldt, with over 2,000 prieonera, two cannon, and a large amooat of commissary (tore The attack apoD Jackton, Tennenee, wa a leint to corer the rebel operation. The railroad from Jac'taon to Columbus i destroyed. NOTHING FROM VICKSBURG. raJao, January 8- A steamer from Mem phi ha arrived. Nothing later from Vick- The reaaon assigned by passengers for the non-arrival of ateamere from Vicksbtirgis that the Rebel hare planted batteries at Cypres Bend, thus preventing Itiiercoure for the pres ent. Tbeae will be easily cleared out by gun boat when communication become necessa- By way of Grenada a report reached Matn- phis ol no aghting since tn...

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 January 1863

rtiMll.n HVBBT ArTKBNOOH. BT Empire niiilillu.fr, 1 1(1 Main Street. DAIL.V KIIPIRB. Par wana, (payall lo Carnal)... .H.M....M By mall per annum, to advatu:., .... WKKKLV K.KPIItlfi. .t it . IIW On.uopr parannnmf. l'J aft'l'i. KrraammuUt4Hrr of panutge in Mont Soinar Ovilnly. Payui.nl in advanc. In allanaea.-aw 'JOB PRlNWNGr J " i Of atery daaenption, executed on Btaaiu PreMea,ii he heal atyle, and al rranonMhla pneaa. MARRIED. DALLAM AN WEAVES u the 81 h int.,ljy Mono Woiraman, Jualice ot tha Pewa, a( hn ramthnoe, Ml. John Allaman. of Madison towimlup, to Mips Crttha nue Waever, of Perry townahip. , New Advertisements. Rags, Old Papers. Books Buughtat i Andrwa' Second Hand r Store, 90 Third street, jaifcHtawii HOTICI TO ALL WHOM IT MAI CUXCKUX. NOTICE U hereby riven tltatthere are how pending before the City Comx-il of the City of Day um, the lullowinir Onlinannaa. to -wit: .filing the grade of Maple atreet, Charter ttreet, aou uie auey wefHOi rury iiibbw . lapurauanoeof the lew, a...

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 January 1863

WM. T. MOAN, Kill tor. 8ATUKDAY, JAXUAEY 10, 1863. yphe Itelel cTlry took arwl ile-troytd- tria on th Louisvfll and NmUtiII railroad restertUy. arlt is feared t St. Louis that Sprin H?Mt Mo., has fallen into the hihAwf tlx raMa. Thr i a larg amount of gov ernment stores titers. tTht Ohio Leislature diitinftUthed itself yesterday by laying npon tit table a joint roolution appointing a committee to wait upon Mr. Critchficld, Attorney General elect, to advise bim of hie election. Tuia action waa taken because of a speech mad by that gentleman at the Eighth of January supper, which the Union mem bers of the Legislature, say was treasons We. "Trtaionable." was it. We'll see about that. Profound Reasoning. A. Lincoln, usurper of the United rMatea Government, has signed the bill dividing the Slate of Virginia, and gives at a justification of his act, the prolound veason that he is bound to take care of his political friends. Of courso his sworn obli gations to support the Constitution nmon...

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