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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 10 January 1863

Is Re-Union Possible! 1'ha Newark (New Jersey); Vvity Journal in discussing the question whether re-union be now possible,! makes the following pertinent 'remarks t J 1 1 " ' ' 3 ' ' War cannot last forever. There will come time when either the energies or the animus which impels on or . tb other party to the conflict must die out. Then ' the war will cease, We begin to .see certain unmistaka ble symptoms of a growing weariness of the profitless struggle at the present time. Will any one hazard the asssertion that the peo ple of either section will allow the waf logo on after it it clearly demonstrated to their common sense that its results Will be of no value to them commensurate with its cost? Is not the pretension equally absurd that llio people are not competent to arrange amicably lb various questions which are now the sub ject oi dispute? Our system of government is happily de vised to meet all olfactions on this score. We have State Governments already organ' ized, through : ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 10 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. CARTER'S RAID. CicraATi,tfan 9 To Major Qan. II. W. Hal leek, Oeoeral-Cbiaf Washing-ton I Lava jmt received a dispatch from Gen. Granger, that the cavalry lorce of about l.OUO men, which ho sent to East Tennessee on the 21st alt, antler command of General H Car ter, to destroy the East Tennessee Railroad bridgea,etc , baa been heard from. Oeneoal Carter is at Manchester -Kentucky, ia on hi return and nates that on 3Hh he entirely destroyed the Union and Mantnpa bridges, with ten miles of railroad. Fire hundred and fifty Rebels were killed woundedd and taken prisoners; seven hundred stand of arms , end a large amount of floor, salt, and others Rebel stores, aud also a loco motive and two cart were destroyed. A brisk skirmish took place at the Mantuga bridge, and another at Jonesville. We lost ten men in this expedition, which, aa characterized by Oeiieral Granger, has one of tbe most hazardous and oaring oi tne war and was...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 January 1863

Umpire) BailiUitf,' llo Main mm. DAILY KHPIIIK. Pr wk, (payabl to Uarnani).....M...., Hy wall per auailltl, in adranoa, 1.1 WKKH.L.V KHPIKS. Ouaconv nar Annum. ..11 i;na Itupika uiruulHU'Mlrea of uaHlage in Mont ainarvcouaur. . Payment iiwT'Wn aUosa.a j, t - -r. i. 1 ft .i J JOB PRINTING X if ypry tipiwriptinn, esanttad on Htam he hast stylo, an-1 st whwmwH price. Special Notices. iiKOM a KiTUAiBox 1Tl)i delightful article fur preserving and beautifying ' the human hair, ia again put up by tlic original proprie tor, and is now made with the aame care, skill and attention, which first created ite immense and unprecedented; sales of over one million bottles annually I h Is still sold at 25 cents in large bottles. Two million bottles can easily be sold in a year when it is known thai the ' Katha.ron is not only the most delightlul hair dressing in the world, but that it cleanses the scalp ot Hcurf and dandruff, gives Ihe hair, a lively, rich, luxuriant growth, and prevents it from turn...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 January 1863

WM. T. I -UlANr, Kattnr. MONDAY. JArARTn, . .: tJtXVu. S.OItwt.LT. Auditor, of Tub. lie AaxiuU'of ilia Sfite of IGbsburi, a ill accept'out thaoLs for a "pampMct copy . of bit xport to the Ocwnl Assembly. , - A correspondent of the , St. Louis n-' . . .t-,,. . T . Illinois if alieady i4thcverj.jihto ol revolution, though ihe penplo do nut stt aWlt U reported by an officer of the United States steamer EM, off Cliarles tuu, that the rebels have strengthened Fort Sumter by plating it with railroad iron. JCaT'Somebody ha been imposing upon the fears ofGovcrnur Morton, of Indiana. The Indianapolis correspondent of the Commercial says the Governor lias receiv ed letters warning him of a plan to assas sinate him. And strange to say, the let ter is in the haud-wiiliug cf a female, who says her husband it; coutioited with the plot. We presume tho timid Oovei nor will take the precaution to organize a lo.ly- self from harm. Shaksfeahe tinjs " eon science makes cowards of tin all," but neither ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 January 1863

Reflections on the Present Condition of the United States. : my countryman, ii a perilous and tremendous moment. It U . arist a tin for tdqlaUott ' ; 'Tie moUitti of of Utttterry cannot nave ua in Ihisrugg I rugged and awtul crisis. It ii time ttiat Trull! "wiui once told. We must if possible disptj ti0-dJuious and darkness which' envelop Icp-fctirV tfntplar in its full danger and genuine colors the ruin and desolation of our country, and' the enormity of our debt. Can, r: still , .expect, sympathy and support from loruign nations in our infnt nation r Can nnrCongfnxs be 'sn'dnsd to its dignity and duty, as to pir" support to Wens-, tires so ultra and ttnurnrratitablc, " kit charac terized its last session ? i Measures which bave reduced.tbis late pros perous and happy eoairtry"' to scorn' atari con tempt. But yesterday "and the United States might hate stood against the worldnow none so poor to do her reverence." The South we at first despised as . rebels, but whom we now acknowled...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. LATEST FROM VICKSBURG—SHERMAN'S REPULSE COMPLETE. Cairo, Jin. 11. Rr an arjival to-night from the month of the Yaroo, we have authen tie accounts from Vickinurg. Shermans repuls was complete Tha tin tin forow under direction of McClernad re erabarked on Saturday on transport, cloaely pressed by the rebel advance, which on com ing within range ot the gunboat, was driven bunk with aerere loss. At laat acoout the entire fleet of transports with troopa, had arrived at Ialand No. tsi, on ita way to Napoleon. Nothing definite from Banke or Farragut, though a rumor of their advance was in circu lation. The engagement waa lew general than her eto tore reported. The principal fighting was done by the center uudor Smith and Blair. Tli conduct of the latter ia highly ipoken of. Our loea a near a could be ascertained, i 1,000 wounded, 600 killed and 1.000 mismnt Capt. Gwjn of the gunboat Benton, died of wound received in the recent a...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 January 1863

rtiikianaa araar tmmwonm, st , ilOLLMK'ifUR ti4 LOOAi Umpire Huildlnjr, Main Street. I ' DAILY KMPlnB. ' Fur WMk, (payaolsto (Jarnsra) Bj mail par aiioum, in advanca -.1 S WEUKLt HMPIHBi Ouaeopy par annum, ......... , i f 00 rt no Kunaa ulruulata.rraa ol uaataica in Mont' (omary county. Payment in adranoata alloaaaa.sl I I. JOB ' PRINTINO Of every dancription, axeoutad on Steam Presses, MA heat Ntyie, alld At nWMtOUalile (IHO. Special Notices. HeIMSTRKKT's I.NINITABI.K HaIR ResTORA- tit. It is not a die, but restores gray hair to its original color, by supplying ttia capilli ary tubes with natural sustenance, impaired by age or disease. All instantaneous dyes are composed oi lunar caustic, destroying tbe beauty and sitelit of tbe hair, and afford of themselves no dressing. Heiinstreet's Inimi table Coloring not only restores hair to its natural Color by au easy process, but gives me nair a LUXURIANT BEAUTY. Promotes its growth, prevents its tailing off, eradicates dandruff, and impa...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 January 1863

VTM. T. LOOArf, Kdltor. TUESDAY. JANUARY 13, G3. ' arTU rll in tliuir ' attomi't to cptnt..'Spiii(irwlt,",MfcSduri:' TVy 'Were repulciifil viy". attmnpl taade to earr tht-worka protectinjf the place, and have retired 1 from 11 nmlertaking. A .fcjflri baa been Vtit ift pursuit. ,if ui-stsfThe Pton'JoMrVw iwJ1 -M-mwufraioi ia tlie Government. If that Vera ao, would n't we have ' beautiful "Government just now? .WVliave al ways, been taught to look upon the Consti- S tation and laws aa the Government, and the nublso officer who wilfully violatoil them, as traitors. Lieutenant-Governor. '. The Crawford County Forum says, tin" Democracy of that county will present the name of A. M. Jacrson, Esq., to the Democratic State Convention for nomina tion for Lieutenant-Governor. Mr. .Iack- ox is a gentleman of Cue talent, a goo speaker, and a sound Democrat, and would till the position with ability and credit to the State. A Wedding and a Death. " In the G(Wgpfown;' D. C, Hospital, a few ilava s...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 January 1863

[From the Ohio Statesman.] The Eighth of January Festival. ' eftl j , i 'I J i -Wbesj we iefli the festival at half-past two o'clock on Thursday morning, Mr. Follett wu (boat concluding has response to the twelfth regular toast, which was understood to be the laL j W luppoied U Jjiich would close the exercises. Hut we are told there ware two speechee made after that 1 The me mory of J. F. Bollmeyer, late of the Dayton fimpire, was giren, and David A. Houk, Esq., of Dayton, called upon to respond. lie spoke ably and eloquently of his murdered friend, and elaborately vindicated the princi ples in defense of which he fell. "' '"" The following was then read as the thir- , teenth regular toast : n II I u ii .ii ..ltd .tu , The Judiciary It earns its highest title to distinction and to the gratitude of the nation, when, in the midst of civil commotion it holds . the scales of justice with an even hand, and vindicates the Constitution against all as saults. . . . ,, Judge Ranney wee calle...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 13 January 1863

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM SPRINGFIELD. .... - Gen. Brcwo let en arm end CoL tr.bb or fl lth low. Regiment succeeds bio. lu con, nnd Tb. trooue, inducing the m.lil.e, be S. R. CURTIS. Major General Commanding. FROM VICKSBURG. af .-as mmm MnlTTH DP T B It Yroo Rivta Jn vie Cairo, II. The expedition .genet V,cV.brK-M abandoned yesterday safely, Ja a.Dgi M " :.K.,lnn.d . be, of oner- lav 10 - . .1 . k.,. imirreffn.hlc on me There he been do fighting o( moment line bit Mondey. .. xi-.u:-(.. .!..! hrd of Beiik or r r '""""'H " li.n M. CIernecd erried here on Thum dj night. The army is now on trensporH et No lurther development have been made o ;n Viokehnrs 1 ha enemy w re-pn t.A miho number ul 60.001) men. They ir,n nitni in their butteries, bceidef the elld Artillrv. i . . iU A Vui... Mill mntinl tn 2. Win or 3.000. L.iaa ol the enemtr unknown It he been reininR here incemently for the nt ati houre. calinif . he.vy ...

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. — 14 January 1863

ruBLttnK event imkiroo, ir ,)OLLMUYEIt 4 ,Lit)CiAN. Bmplre Building, 110 Mill Street &J DAILY KMPIH.B. Per woek, (parable to Uirntrl),,, by mill per aaouin, la ad venoe, ............. WKiKLY KM PI RBI. On copy per annum ft 00 he KMriasniroillatertrreeof peelaa-e ia Mont- lomery oounty. raymeul in advance In el losses. ; i ft ttt-t "TT 'I I J aosoPFitisrTllsrt -'M lit erery dTiptlon, eieouted on Bleam Presses, IS ha Im.t style, antl at reasonable pnoee. Special Notices. frYbi wast aoou hams, ."" 00 TO 1 " ' ' ' " LEWIS L. U1LL1L AN D'S, . No. 9, Market Strkkt. He has now a large lot of superior Hams, Dried Beef, ko., of his own curing, together with a full supply of Fresh Meat, fur sals at all hours, , ' ja.13 6m, , Lvok's Kathairon. This delightful article for preserving aud beautifying the human hair, it again put up by the original proprie tor, and ti now mail with the aame care, skill uud attention, which first created it immense and unprecedented sale of over oue million bot...

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. — 14 January 1863

...... - WM. T. IAJOAN, K.mtor. WEDNESDAY. JAKU ART R ' iarBpioWn "il -CSemmereuit ft om MnrftniiboYeVeyiJ ttlkviti LaidjiraJ Braoo tb'if.'leui the line' of Duck river. UevaTr7g,.tf1mve ln onlcmt" frowi Virginia to feinforAe Wm-'" ' " ; JlTie Sum-eme Court of WiscofWrfj of habeas corpua issued ill behalf of the Osanltee Jotera, arresled for resistlngMho drefCwhieh denies the right of the Ficau dent to suspend the writ in such cases. XJTGold is now at a premium of 4tj$ cents. It will not be three- months until a gold dollar will be worth a two dollar "greenback." The legal tender appen dage won't keep up the reputation of Liu kin's money. . i Indiana Legislature. The Indiana Legislature lias hxcil up its difficulties. The Beceders have deter mined not to "bolt" any more. The Dem ocratic Senators will bo elected to-day, and the prospect is that business will proceed harmoniously in future. J I ' mm - jtarccretary -'ha says the reasons why the soldiers have not been paid, is be cause h...

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. — 14 January 1863

The Whole Abolition Party in Congress Vote Against Censuring General Grant for the Expulsion of the Jews. Expulsion of the Jews. (From the Washington Congressional Glove.) EXPULSION OF THE JEWS. Mr. Pendleton introduced " tlie following resolution, on which he demp nded the pre vious question - '.- u ... '- Whereas, On the 17th day of December, 18G2, Major General Grant, commanding the Department of Tennessotvdid publish the fol lowing oraer, to-wil: "HEADQUARTERS THIRTEENTH ARMY CORPS, DEPARTMENT OF THE TENNESSEE, OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI, December 17, 1862. [General Order, No. 11.] The Jews, as a. class, iolatig Mevtt-T.reti- mtion 01 trade established by tbe Treasury Department, also Department orders, are hereby expelled trom the Department within twenty-four hours from the receipt of tbig oraer oy post commanders. ' '' They will see that all this class of people are furnished with - passed and J required to leave ; and any one returning after such no tification win be arrested and h...

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. — 14 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW JERSEY. Tto. N. J.. Jan. 13 Both House or- ganiaed, without difficulty, thi afternoon. Tbe Governor's message i( a plain State ' paper, giving a vary lull account of the atata of affair Mr. Holman, of Barged, offered torn peace insolations and moved that the be made a epcirf!'adar on the 22d of January, at 1 1 a m. The resolutions, which wart lengthy, were so disposed oC The Damooratio cauou baa just nominated Colonel James W. Wall for United States Sen ator for tha abort term. FOREIGN NEWS. Portlabd, Jan. 13. The steamer Jura from Liverpool via Londonderry 2d, and Cap Kece 10th, arrived this evening. Among the speakers at the Manchester meeting was tha negro Jackson, known as Jeff. Davie' eeeaped coachman. Tha financial editor of the Timet predicts active trade with America. It aays wheu the war broke oat, America held large stocks oi foreign produce. These are now mostly ex hausted. They must, consequently retu...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 15 January 1863

rVILftMft ITUt ArTMRMMI. DAILY . Par wsak, (payahle to ipH.) ,, bjr mail per iinuniiiBdrWM(.MMnMM,aM - ' WKBKLY BNPIRIi ,1 On oopy per iQftOODf r-fh Iba EMriBBdruulalaMfraeof pHbua in Mon gomfiry oounty. Payment in ad ranee in IB Bti G'i JOB T-B.TiZrt'&TCi- of every daacrlption, axeuuted on Btam Prenana, he bt atyle. Mil at renaonahie pnoM, Special Notices. IF lOl' WANT GOOD IIAM9, "l 'd.W " ' LEWIS L. GILLILAND'S, No. 9, Market Steeet. i lie has now a Urge lot of superior Ham, Dried Beef, etc., of bit Own curing, together with a lull supplj of fresh Meat, tor sale at all hoars, , . is.13 6m. . 1 I Napoleon, fleory Co., 0., July 7, 1858. i Dr. C. W. HoaAGt-r-Mear Sir .For the benefit of suffering humanity, permit as to an nounce, through the eotamnt ot your Circular, the surprising properties of your Scandina vian Blood Paritier aod Blood Pills, which is a sure care lor Indigestion and Lives . Com plaint. We have several persons in town, who have been suffering with Liver Compla...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 15 January 1863

Jiff. V M . T. LOflAN, Kdttor. - Till' KSD A Y; J A SUABT J 5863- .,- ". W 1. iTatln Army News. f.'IWrt" Wtoirj'iSH'iiaw. Itntmy news, Jt iiLnoQJftty&tqJJhit envTnyre severe r.irhtine will take ulaoe fur some time : in V tiut'ndt before the .orvmim: ol swing. The Brflifae on both Bulen ra terribly Neiattered some time to re-vrgamze end tmt them m Jrotie condition .,for,.i,tive ,lrn6,v,ment. If ts'snfo to y there will not beSfiotlier general engagement for a month or two. ' In the meantime, let us hope that aonte thing may transpire to bring about an am icable adjustment of our difficulties, and prevent the further effusion of blood. Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. An American in Europe, writing to tlie Cincinnati 'inquirer from Zurich, Swit iteiland, under d:ita of December 10, 18CU, after alluding to the gratifying triumph ol the Democratic puny at the Sate elections, pay the following handsome coin iilinieht to the Htm and unwavering devotion 1 ot Mr. Vallandiuhah to the Constitution...

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. — 15 January 1863

Correspondence between Hon. Correspondence between Hon. Jesse D Bright had Several Members fo the Indiana Legislature Members fo the Indiana Legislature in Reference to the Senatorship. INDIANAPOLIS, January 7, 1863. Jlon.Jeese D. Bright : ' j Deab Si a :,In order tiiaroikwr be full understood, and that no unauthorized UH of your nuns may be bad , beltna Uia oencp the Legislature, tbat are to act in tne matter ' ot blling tha vacancy 'cneased by your expul ion from the United 3tate Senate, we. be to inquire whether you will permit your friends, ' in vindication of the pride ot fcharnctei: whach Indiana ought to sustain as a sovareign State,; to uae your name in mis connection. lit iV .ill Ianna, - O. Bias, .. Ed. P. Pkbbis, ,;" n.,8. gita, . Wm. a Hall, p. hoaolavd, Uamuil McCavgbey, -i.., JoHK W. KiMl, ii And Others. f, . ... u witiitii r :i l . .i inn. .!'' INDIANAPOLIS, January 7th, 1863. UKKTLIHKK :-T-Your favo of itlllS irfUUe 1 - received. . I am nov a "candidate for re-eleo- ...

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 January 1863

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. TBB REBELS CAPTUUK ; AJTEAMEB " " . i.r if u aur. v.nir a.1 ID a uiuu v - Cairo, S t h.. rebel, on Sunday Bight. ?iTetx!L ie. mil- above Memphis, .U.pped ' ToeTvtuatioD of Hollo Spring, u con tirmed. It is rerHe at Memphis tight thousand rebels arrived et Uompskm. M.1U, tnousauu f. nrlni. end were re- C0?bVBali.Ua think, tb. Pedi.ioo up Ih. k.-.trpdT reached Little Rock, v nit -- . .1 having toft the month on he otn- Thirty-Seventh Congress. t lxHnoee,. - the immediate payment of the Army and N a . Ibe ioit resolution eutbortve. in . . ' if ..nnired br the eiKRn taTV Ol WB CeMui;i - T , 1 . See of the public .erv.ee, to tune, on the crd.t oUh. UnUed State., 50 000,000 b n.tcd Stale, not" in ."eh form a. he may Vrt bearing invest, but payable on oZInd, in denomination, not to- than on. dollar, which note, .ball be a law ul l'al lar.derlike.im.l.r note, hereto lor. edtbo receivable iu payment ol all debt", pub...

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 January 1863

, , t , nim mmp amaaasa, n - ,yr. ti0 lit, M Y B r' lOoan: Umpire Building, IIO Mala Street. 0 AIL, V EHP1KB. Pr WMk, (pT)U tO iWrrl.r.) 1J By mall par iuiuuui, in , , T M , wKcKLv'smriam. J r) Onacoav pavannum, .u. ....... , i. ...... ...I .. 90 1 h. KapiBR oiroul.lr.. of patag la Mont go mory oount. ParmBBt in adTaoo la iHouil.'M JOB PBINTINO or avarr d.norl pUo. axacuted on 8tM From. In h boat atjrls, and l raaaonBbi pio. ; ! Special Notices. gLEIUHS! SLEieitSl BLEICUSt SLEIQH3I SLEIGHS 1 1 Of all pattern, and atlea, from the Sliest single and double Cutters to the commonest box sleigh, and Tar?ing from $20 to $150 at W. W. fhillipe' old stand, Forth street. jal6d3t IP YOV WANT i UOOU UAHS, ' i wn ' i LEWIS L. GILLIL AN D'S, No. 9, Market Stkikt. He haa now a large lot of superior Hams, Dried Beef, 4c, of his own oaring, together with a fall sepplvof Fresh Stoat, for sale' at all hour. ja.13 6m. Napolbok, Henry Co., O., July 7, 1858. Dr. C. W. Uoback, Dtar Sir .--For the benefit ...

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 January 1863

tern WM. T. LOUA.N, KUItor. FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, lMti;. jl I raw" j i 1 "L 1 1 3THon, CX- VAt-tAMMftBAM di-liv- tfeAa U5ehjn Congress on Wednesday We will lny it before our leaders at tbe earliest opportunity. Acknowledgments. lion. Georqk 11. YEAMAS.of Kentucky, will fert ior XiiMiks fan Aiopyi i Ms able, nd very interesting pee b on the PrtsJdetft's Proclamation, delivered 1 lbe House of Bepresentatives on the ltstli of December. Senator Gckckkl, of tbo Obio Legisla tare, will also accept thank for a copy of the Annual Report ol the trustees and offi cers of tho Ohio Institution for tbe educa tion of the blind. ( 3Tlso one; can now doubt that Abo lition is tho main, sola purpose of the war. Whatever stands' in the way of mancipation Constitutions, laws. State rights, or individuals must be crushed. There is to bo no more hailing under false colors; no more hypocritical pretences o! fighting l'or tho maintenance of the ('(in stitution and tbe I'mon. The old (lag of tlte-Unkm is liau...

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