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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 16 January 1863

A Successor to Ohio. The following - - Xrom Nsw York World, convey) "a power of satire" on the matter involved : Whlle-w bat a rsslerewliq woa 'nf lrt what to do with hit realm, Europe has a realm' which U at a loss for a ruler. The refusal of the great powers to assent US the election to the Ureek throne of the English priace, Al fred, throws both' tireecelim We" grist powers into a predicament from which we happily can relieve them. American Intervention In the affairs ot Europe van hardly b ow regarded as impertinent; and it we can succeed in set tling the Greek question, ww 'may lrottver"a respectability and aa iutluence abraad 'whit a whole diplomatic corps of KdltOra;' with alt' their efforts have signally failed to secure for us- The Greek question is a simple'bae.' ' The Greeks want a king, but, like the old augurs who bothered Lysander and Sparta, the great powers interfere and iusist upon the choice of a sort of royal Tools, whO'Uhalt"be of no consequence ' and give no umb...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 16 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. SOUTHERN NEWS. FoRthm Monroi, Jan. 13. Th Rich inond Exemiuer, of the l'.'ib, eays. We believe th theater of hi, ou a larger ale,i ehoulo be transferer to North Caro lina. Stiring scent are imminent on our toil Genual Kirbv Smith Mid tuff arrived in Kichmoud on Saturday meming, (roia th West. To day at noon both, House of Congress tonvene. The President has his message ready to tend in, and it it said to be the I'M, p;e,t he hai yet prepared, covering thirty pa get of foolscap paper. On Saturday about 150 Yankee deserter took the oath to the Confederate Geverweut and were discharged from prison on their pa rule of honor. Among them are many artisan and workmen of various crafts, who w.il be useful in Government employ. Four thousand Yankee prisoners are on their way to Richmond from Chattanooga, ta ken at Murfreetboro, and will reach here to day aud to morrow This is the only Yankee aimy that will ev rr reach Richmond The...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 January 1863

. -j.T ,a(i imi 'arraasaon, at l ' " ilULLMKYK It A "LoQAN." Rmplrc Ruildlufr, no Main Street. OAU.V IHPIRE, Par tMi, (payable to Uamera).... .. )J ny mail par annum, la rw,., 0 O. Oue M ueeopy pal-annum, .Tla Pwl W'rtM KnFianotrouUlviirrMOf dmuii la Mont. joinery oouoly, Payment in advance in e.loaaee. JOB PKINTINO if erei derrr.pUon, .eieuuted on H(m lrea he beat sty., and t reiAb,e wrtoeav l. IS Special Notices. gLEIUslS! SLEIGHS t ikJtilcilisl SLEIQH3! SLEIGHS! I Of all pattern and style, from th tintst single and double Cutters to the oomtnonesl box ileigh, and varying from $20 to 1150 at W. W. fhillip' old slaJH, Forth WMt. jallidUt " " ',,'' LEWIS L. OlLLiLANlJ'S, No. 9, Market STKKK't. He hu now a large lot of euperior Hams, Dried BeefJ fcoojot nil ,6ro I curing, fogaity with a lull supply of fresh Meal, fur sale at all hours. ja.13 km. Napoleon, Hour Co., O., July 7, 1801J. Dr. C. W. Kobacs, JJear Mr : For the beuetit of luBeriog humanity, permit ui to au- nounce, through 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. — 17 January 1863

WM. T. LOaAN, Kdltnr. SATURDAY. JAXUARyTtTi8C3. WThe Opposition memW' of the Ohio Legislttnrt), in caurti assembled, unanimously BorniTisted B. F. Vad for i.-election to tin United States Senate. Tha elactioo will probably lake place next Thursday. XSpSwial to- the C'mnjJ -ftoni Yashington, says : "All the negroes in the city intend to serenaJo tha President next week, in honor of the Emancipation Proclamation." We suppose the Presi dent will fully appreciate the honor, and respond with a apeech or a joko. JtWe are glad to notice the Legisla te of New Jersey have nominnted that gallant man and fentles Democrat, Col. .Taxis W. Wall, of Burlington, for United States Senator for the short term. Col. Wall was one of the first victims of the Administration hastiles. He has ill ways been opposed to the war, and is just the man for Senator. All honor to New Jersey. The people have become convinced of one thin, and that is sluverr is ihe cause andseV support of the war. Journal. We can't se...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 January 1863

Jeff. Davis' Message. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF POTOMAC, January 15. Kicbmoud papers of tbil morning hare come.to P&'&'V AfMf i'l,H of the news if Jeff. Dam' aiiDual message After briefly referring to the campaigns tine bis laat annual message, be say's tbe anticipa tions which entered iuto the couMat haf now ripened into coiiviction'. "table's. n6t only aharad with iii hv the common oriuionof neu tral nations, but is stridently forcing' itself upon our enemies themselves..! loe auvent 01 peace will be bailed with jut; our desire for it has never been concealed, x bui'earh&ir'kK bas been our wish for peaop1' greav ' bare been our sacrifices and stfffelrf ,'Ju'r-; ing tbe war, tbe determination of this people has with each sucveediug mouth, become mure fixed 16 endure ' arfy'sutferihg0 and continued sacrifioe, however prolonged, until their right to self-government and the sovereignty and independence pf the Slates, shall, have .been triumphantly vindicated and established,.! ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM SPINGFIELD. 8t. Loots, Jen 16 A dispatch to Oeneral Curtis, listed Springfield the 8th, Mjt the btlle et that j.leoe laeted thirteen hoore. The enemy numbered 6,000 picked, end nionnted infantry with two riHed (inns. The expedition wu 6tted out on the Arkansas river, and marched at least 6 fit mile in twenty-lour hourt. FROM TENNESSEE. NisaTn.lt, Thw, Jen. 16 (Jen Breftg Lu tveen iurjerseded'.nT Oon Lontistraet. The letters army corpe recently in Virginia is t Sbeibyville. Forrest is still t Harpeth Shoals. A fleet under convoy of gunboats, is on its way here. Conscripts are deserting the rebel army and ttyinft to this city dully. The river is rising with ten feet of water on the shoals. ABOUT THE FIGHT ON THE BLACKWATER. WATER. WasBINuton. January 16 The following has been received at Headquarters ol the army here : Fortkkss MoNRok, January 15- To H1 llitlUck, Qtneral-in-Chief': The liii.hnii.iid papers are boasting...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 January 1863

mi.ialaa ri Artsssooa, t J.IOIaIaMEYKII A'LoOrAiN. ' Umpire Building, IIO Main Street, i DAILY . HMPlaifi. Per Mk, (parable to Oerners)....M......,, By mail per annum, in feirano .. IS m 0 M I WKlfilf I.V BMP1MB. OneMpy par annum, - 00 arlfie Kapiat ciiwulaleefeee el, pease, e a Mont, gfeinerv oounty. Payment in advanaeia alio."! JOB PBINTINQ uf every description, ezecnted on "team Presses, la he best style, and al reasonaiiie nrioee. Special Notices. MElciiFsTTLEiGiiit t slLiuiimi 8LEIGH3I SLEIGHS !l-lof' all pattern! and styles, from the tiueat single and double Cutter to the commonest box sleigh, end Tftrying from 20 to 1 50 at W. W. 1'hillipa' old stand, Fortb atreet. jalttd3t iv you" Want dooo mam, ' ' ' UO TO LEWIS 'L. (ilLLILAK i'8, No. 9, MahKL'T STKtkf. He haa uow a large lot of euperior llama, Dried Beef, 4o., ol bia own curing, together with a lull supply of Freeh Meatj tor eale i at all houre - ' ' ' Ja.1'3 6m: Napoleon, Henry Co., U., Jul 7, 1808. Dr. C. W. Kobauk, Dear...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 January 1863

ST A tT riTTTTn 111 V. - - i .. A , - WM, T, I.OCrAlV, K.lltor. MU.N'IMY, JANUARY I'J, Id S3. ZThe Abolition member of the United 6 tates Senate ere agnin caucusing 'to- t'omo ro-organimttnn of the Cabinet. Tbeir purp.ua w kuowu, but the. jirooiLil iug of their .meeting, it kept a profound secret. . i , : i.. . , ffA Washington special to the On-' stilt f says, three weeks aiio Brassii.K U- sued an order for the troops to mairh t iti te-n day cooked rations, ami tlnMnilcr was countermanded ly the I'rcM.lonl, on tin rvpterwntation of two officers of Fhank its's Division, who declared that the army wax to demoralized that if it fought it would surely he cut to pieces. IUushim:, on learning this fuel, demanded the mime-. i vi . the officers, giving ' the infm illation, which was reliiK.il,. and he tendered his j A'oignution, which wa not aeivj.le'1. lie has since learned the names of the officers, and will conrt-miiriial them. Mr. Vallandigham's late Speech "Aga," the tellable and well...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 January 1863

Proverbs of the Billings Family. PRESERVED BY JOSHUA BILLINGS, ESQ. .Denl swap wil(i yr rlnhpts oalfewju ken ' aBud 4o gi lh(n iVblfif'eirnd 6f lb ttid. Marry Jung and if carcumstaucei require it, oflea. " If 70a kaot git gud cloalhs and edication too, git the oloaths. i-J-J. TJ iJ. ua Say how are ye I to everybody. Kultirate modesty but mind and keep a gad stock of impedence on band. If you are angry never get beat ; , Bee charitable, three lent pieoM war made on purpose. . , -. v..rr ' . Dont take euny body . advio but your owne. "'''" It costs more to borry than it dus to buy. , 1 ,ilf a mao. flatten ya.iyu ken kalkerlate that he is a roire. or Tare a fule. " '' Kepe both ize open but dont cee morn half you nous. When yu pra, pra rite at th? sentre of the mark. ' 1 Dont mortifi the flesh tu much, twant the sores 00 Lasares fhfcr seat him lntr heaiiu. Ifyouichfor fame, go inter a grave jard and skrach yourself against a tame stun. , ,, Beggars dont have tQ advertUe for ruoawa "Tia...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 19 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REPORTED FIGHTING ON THE RAPPAHANNOCK. PA II AX SOCK. New York, Jan. Id. A n-cil lo the Sand Morcurr says. Tha Army ol the l'ntnmac i in motion and a battle probably rap;ini. Tue oroaaing f the Baiiimhannocli was duulittrm etlacted at Richard Ford. The special adds, from news recoiveil at th War Department it ia now deemed rr Uin that General Hurnsidf i by this time across tha river and the rebi 1 are sheilad tiling inland. All tha army oflicorn iu Washington bava left lor the battlefield Note by tha Reporter of the Assoi iate.l Press: Th foregoing ia to be received with cau liuu. The aama correspoudent says the Vic lis turg Expedition ia being; rapidly organized and McUernand will ha the second in com mand. The force will he 100,000. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Ft. M.iXRoi:, Jnuuury ltt. A tbIibI cavalry uiuu ctuae into tho Federal I hips ami gave himselt up. He suyalin ili'surtoil trnio Stuart's cavali y. . A hre broke out M ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 January 1863

)(X($r fBviaat,Beai tmasom, it fi rt ' fiJOLt.NfKKlt' A LOGAN, Empire Building, 1IU Main Street, j DAILY KM r IRC. Par weak, (payable to Uarriera). ........ By mail par aunumi in adv.ooa,, ...... . it WtEKLY MMPlltK.i I! ! I Onaop? perannnm,...i.il &.aM....a....A4......fe..t:' a-i'tM JtMPlBBOiroillalearrMOf paalaga In Mont goinary oouuty. faytnautia advanceln alloaae,." JOB PBINTINO or a.ary dewtrlptlon, aianutad on 8tam Pimui,ll ha boat atyla, aod t rwuumibt priua. - Special Notices. sYeiuiis! Weighs t sleigh! SLEIGHS! SLEIGHS!! Of all patterns and atlea, from the liuest siugle and double Cutters to tbe commonest box sleigh, and varying from $20 to $100 at W. W. Phillips' old alaud, Porta street. i jal(id3l 'IP yoivwaimT''66d' hams, ' ' '' 1 1 ' 'uo to' ' 1 ' LEWIS L, OlLLlLASJJ'H, NO. 9, MiRkl'T tJlKkaT. Ha has now a large lot of superior Hums, Dried beef, Ac, ot fait owu uuriii.r, osutber '' with a lull supply of Fresh Meat; tor' sals - at all hours. ' ja. 13 Una. Napoi.son, ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 January 1863

WM. T. I.OOAN, Kdlinr. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1P68. I . ,j , ..v,y, . .i v Jl ,t t1 44 II 4t at I ill 111 U'jlllHll L rJ "iL, v ' ' . yWt direct the attention of the pea Jet to eirti.e iu auothei oluifiu from the Chillieothe Advtrtntr under the cap- tion of tho "Governorship." . ' Mr. Vanandigham's Great Speech. We haeex. reeeiveii-'li Congressional Glob containing Mr. VaU auigiiai's great speech in favor of peace. It Isqtiite but we will lay it before our read- en in a few day. Speech. The Dishonest Schemes of the Speech. The Dishonest Schemes of the Paper manufacturers. Waihixoto, Jaimsry 19 The asrenta of the ppor dealers and msnufactnrers has ben bmy attemplinir to influence the action tit -n.i ika t-ailiinlinn nt thn utltT on paper. Nothing has vet transpired to en- courage their hopes. The cmWraninetits to publishers resultinj f...m iKa imiviiitinn ot extortion ntft prices are appreciated hr many innnentml memners of Congress, who will "not fail nt the Pi' lo nr mich action as w...

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. — 20 January 1863

Dry Goods. o . e e , , OOHHBRlMtlH AMDjtlBCOfVD BTBBBOT.f VANbonfcN. iviiLLtfttWrdx, (Saooessors to JOHN, VAN DOBBN 00.) r ix y: L Q.O,I 8 . CHECK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS, BEST H HAN US BLACK BILK, PLAIN ANDKANCV MOZAM F1IQUE8, PLAID PAUL DK L'UOIRK, CHECK POPLINS. . A lxge atock of , ,: , , r LADIES AND MISSES HOQP.iXIRTS' BUST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. i 1KA.LLJL1U UilLaS UUUilS ; Plain and Check, Id great varlst'y. A beautiful Una , , trench Organdies, French Lawns, Grena ... . dlnef MABer.gei, x A job lot SOLID COLORED BEItAUES ) ' ;wjwb wa Arsentsig Atf yntcifc',' ' Mourning . Dress Goods; ' Black Bombsiines, Black Cballiaa, Black Delatuea, Black Alpaocas, Biaok Tarnarttnes, Black Orsp Msrets, ' Black Crape Oollsrs, Black Crape Veil",; Black Lore Veils, Black winghams, f IM'g Fr, A Kiig. Orspsa, Black Prion. UINOUAM3 and CHINTZES, . it . J (law JIijalajabBPldmjrla,, '( Beat make new style, ,KID O V E B . Short Sacks. Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Law Points, &c. Our...

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 January 1863

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM THE PRSIDENT. i)K.r To tin SenaU und llovtt uf Jttprentiita have tigati tee joint resolution to provide for the immediate payment of Army Und Navy of the Trilled Suites, passed bjr the House on the 13tb, and the S?nate on the lilo. Toe joint resolution is simple authority, amounting however, under the exiting cir- amstances, to a direction to trie ori-rmry i the Treaiur'y to maka an additional issuo of tlOO OOO.OOo United State Notes. Ho much money it needed for the payment ofUie Army .n.l K. mi annroval is uiven in order that every prper facility may be afforded for the prompt discharge of arrears ot pay to our sold ier and sailors. While giving this approval, however, I think it my duly toexpress my sin cere regret that it has been found necessary to authorise so large an additional issue of Uni ted States notes, when this circulation and that of the suspended banks together have be co...

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. — 21 January 1863

rtmisaae tii Arrassooa, n WOLLMUUKi. A LOOAN, Bsaplra Building, IIO Hals Street. DAILY INPlaa. Par wMk, (parable to Carriers)........ Br mail par aanumt ia edvaDos,...MM.... .. 1.1 9 f, rWUKbY JJHaPiaaW rt Oam ooDT per aosNatn, ......... ii...e- .f 1 00 ff-rb Banes aireulatestreo of iHlti id Hont tner) eounly. Payment is edvenoe IB elioao.l job apuiN-riisra- uf every deenrlpUon, eieouted on Bteam Presses, la bo boat atjrla, and at reasonable pnoee. Special Notices. I? ,OV HA1IIX ,OOip 11A,MS, UO TO LEWIS L, OILLILANDS No. 9, Market Stkect. 11 h now a large lot of luperior Mams, Dried Beef, Ac, of bis own cunug, lojreihar . i with a fall aappl. of i'rash Meat, tur tale at all hour. -LL- ja.13 6m. Napoliox, Hear; Co., O., July 7, 1808. Dr. C. W. KeBAOE, Dear Sir .For tbe benefit of suffering humanity, permit as 10 am nounce, through tne column 01 jour Circular, , the surprising properties of your , Scandina vian Blood Funrier aed Blood Fills, which is a sure cure for indignation and L...

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. — 21 January 1863

WM. T. I.OCS-A.N, Killtoi-. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY" 21, XWii Is reported that Lkr is maming his artillery t the fords- on thi llappahan nock, above Falmonth, ami making now rifle-pits and redoubts far up the river. IJtWTht PosttastpfGencral has in formed the Senate that if any papers were ' excluded front the trial! in Western Yir ginia, it was solely by military antlioiity JtJTlt is most fortunate tiling fur tlie Abolition press of the country that Mr. Vallandioham has made a speerh. . They now hare something to write about. Massachusetts Furnishes 100,000 Men. Boitox, January 20 Statistics of the Adjutant-General's cilice show thnt Massarhu- setts has furnished a total of 1(10,000 men for the army and navy Telegraphic Despatch We presume site has on paper. Speech of Hon. S. Cox. We invite the attention of the reader to the learned and eloquent speech of Hon. H. 8. Cox, lately delivered before the Union Democratic Association of New York City, which we publish to-day. It is an able eff...

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. — 21 January 1863

Dry Goods. , 4 .1 UJAillLU VANDOIIEN, MILLER A FOX, (.Suooweor. to J(rHM,VXS WJKBN 00.) D R Yi GJO OD 8 . CHECK, FOLAKD AND INDIA HII.IC3. , BIST BRANDS BLACK rllLK, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAM HlqUES, PLAID PAUL 1K CU01BK, CHECK POPtl N8; '' ' "' ' A larg slock of ,-,,,,1 ' !.,',.'.. ' LADIES AND MISSES HOtJP.lKIRTt" BEST MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. . rl-!'M:l -etUiiu .1 .ill .1 .id TRAVELIM MESS GOODS ; Plain Aid Check, in great variety. "'" '" A bauiu . ; rrenck 0rtndlei, French Lawni, Uren. .-.I- i A )olot vThrcfi nTf mtjj at'SALr Pufrig'.' : Mourning Dress Goods; ""Blank Bombasine, ' Black1 Challies, Uuk Lielalaee, Blank Alpaeo, Black Tamartin., Black Urap Mareta, black Urapa Oollara, Black Uraia Veils,; Black Lor a Veils, Black winghams, fM Htg.efptt, Hctr J-rinta. QINOHAJVIS a"d OHINTZfclS, Bant make, new tjle,' K IID Q'O VIS S'. Short Socks, Cloth ; Dusters, BILK MANTILLAS, Shawls. Lac Points, &'c. ). . uOvwfcclllfttc; aid aieeUelletwomjeh'sttig-alirie Daw and varied Btylea and F...

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. — 21 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. INAUGURAL OF THE GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY. Tmhtoii, N. J., Jan. 20 Oov. Parker de livered hii Inaugural tiwlaj. Much spac it devoted to national affairs, lie thinks it our most solstnn duly to examine into the causes the war. ne discusses toe nature oi our Government, and declares that each State ex pressly retains ill sovereignty, and that very right and power not expressly defeated to the United States ie eecured to the State The sovereignty of each State Is at complete and real ia it sphere as the sovereignty nf the Unit! States in its sphere. It is the duty ol the States, aa well as tho United States, to assert and maintain their sovereignty. The framers of the Constite inn .nnnnaed sufficient Dowers were surren- dsred and grated to the Ueneral Government a to answer ail the ends for which it was creat ed, whether in peace or war. It was not provided that the Constitution should be only for pesos, that in war there shou...

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 January 1863

DAIXT BIHriRB. Par rat, (payers Is Oarrl ara). By mall par annum, in advance ...., ..I It .. oe WttKLI KMPIM I Ouei'opJrr parannulh,... .....'....t;l...'...H 04 w-i'n Knaiaaotroulatcalra of paslage In Monl. gotnory oounty. Pawont in advance In alloa."M job pnnsrxiisro or every dasnrtpttoa, eaeentad on Btaam Praaaaa, In ha ben atyla, ami at ruaaonatil pnoan. ' '.M 1 rvti.iiR evaat Arrtsitoew( if ; ' I 1 '.lOLLMEVKI! '4 LOGAN. Raplr Bulldlug-, IIU Main Street. Special Notices. It VUI' WANT UUOU II4M UO TO LEWIS L. UlLLILANDH, No. 9, Market Street. U has now a large lot of superior Mams, Dried Beef, 4a, ol bis own ounug, together with a lull supply of Fresh Meat, tor sale at all boars, ' ja. 13 tint. NiPoLcox, Hear Co., 0., Jul 7, 18!8. Dr. V. W. Uoiauk., Dear Sir .-For toe beuefit of suffering humanity, permit ui to au nounce, through the columns ol your Circular, i the aurprisiug properties of your Scaadina viau blood further and Bloou Pills, which is a aura oure for Indigestion 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. — 22 January 1863

VM. T. LOOAlVKJlfop. THURSDAY J ANI'AHY t2,lta GREAT SPEECH GREAT SPEECH OF GREAT SPEECH OF HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM UPON. THE WAR Delivered in the House of Representatives Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States on Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States on the 14th January, 1863. .. ' Ifroui laa Csagrssttotial.Ulobr, r'aiiuarv IS.) V ' Jl: YiLLiKDioni! lndored,t' the re cent election williin tha same district for which I still hold a seat on this door, bv a majority loor times greater than ever belure, 1 speak to-day iu the name and bv Ibe author ity of tha people, who, for six Tears, hare in trusted me with tbeoltioeof a Representative. Loral, in tha true and highest senile of the word, to the Constitution and the Union, the? bave proved themselves devotedly attached to I eni worthy pi tbiMb'iu.-i M secure which the Union and the Ciinslimiion were established. SVuh canduf and frfeflom, therefore, as their j JKprapenfuiri, and.with, mnf...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
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