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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 January 1863

Dry Goods. s e , OpRRIRIN, AND.BKCQNQ SlittlS., TrYNtoOftKN. iviiLUEK'4 rux, (Suoomioii to JOHN, VANDOBEN 4 00.) DRY gT q O D S . CHECK, fOLARD AND INDIA RILES, UHOr BRANDS BLACK H1LR, PLAIN AN1 FAMUY MOBASIHK.0E8, PLAID PAUL UK CHOIRR, CHECK POPLINS, A Urge stock of LADIES AND MISSES HOQPiSKlRrS' BBHT MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. , TRAVELIX8 KRESS MODS ; Plal aid Check, In great vart.tr. A buutiftil lin FrDch Organdies, Frenck lim, urena dines and. Beraget. A Job lot SOLID COLORED BERAUES , i. WkiehveareaeUtngwtRALr PRIDE,- ' ( Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bomherlnes, ' Black Chillies, HlHk iKItinai, Bin Alpeccat, Black Tamertines, Black Crap Marets, Black Crepe Collars, Black Crap Vulu,; Black Lot Veile, Black winghaitis, Bl'k Fr. A Eng. On pel, Black l'nnta. and tjHINTZKH, d Mew l W Auxabralrierle., Ate. 't Beat make, new atjle, KID GOVES. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace. Points, &c. Our stock is large and desirable, comprising all llle . new ndniMi H'y an...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 22 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW YORK. Niw Tom, Jn. 21. Th time of thirty eight reaiments of troop expire in May, Jan na July. The Governor is understood to trtor of allowing thtra to return, and then ' ioducinr them to revolnnteer. The matter 14 Mill however in obevenca. In in meantime evary exertion ie to be made to aav the cred it of the Bute, by tending enough men to the field to avoid the dre.fl A Waihineton letter eaja the material facte In the cate of Gen. Stone will toon Le pub- ' " liihed. The evidence against him is ot a cir- cnmstantial character. Eoinz to show that be wai friendly towards the rebel and became their mail carrier ;bot after all, thie may hare heeo only a kind disposition to oblige. Another letter aayt: "Rumort have reach ed here from Falmouth that Gen, John Coch ran prevented a movement designed by Gen. Burnside, a week or ten days since, by repre sentation made here, and that Gen. Franklin, a whose jrrand division he ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 23 January 1863

p ' ? j ' 1 tnutm i tniiwWi tt t ' ii O .L M K Y Elt 4 LOGAN, Rasplra Building, 1IO Main Street. DAILY BMPIKB. r r Mk, (parable to Oerrl ).... By mail par Auumn, is dr ano, ....... ..I IS .0 0 On ciony par ennura h tCarias clreulate.free of poet- la Mont gomery oouttr. rayuiatinadrkocia allcaaes.'Va JOB PHINTINO of Try dwwrlpMoa, azoouud on Btmim Preeaoe, IB h Mt eijle, and M reaouule price. Special Notices. ,f A It? YOU WAStT''COOU HANS, 00 TO LEWIS L. UXLLlLAND'b, No. 9, Mabket Stbkit. lie ha now Urge lot of superior Hami, . Dried tfeef, 4c, of tits own curing, together ' with a lull tnpplv of fresh Meat; tor sale at all hoara ' ' ' ' t- ja.13 tim. , Na polios, Hear; Co., 0., July 7, 158. Dr. a W. Koback, xear iSir . t or the beaelit of tattering humanity, permit u to au Boance, throogh the columns ot jour Circular, & the tturpritiog ptvpertiee ot Jour ,dott0dinu viau Blood Further and Blood Fills, which u sure care for ludigestitu. and Liver Com plaint. We hare several persou...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 23 January 1863

lU'C. WM. T.XOOAN, Kdltor. FRIDAY, JANUARY til, IW63. GREAT SPEECH OF HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM UPON THE WAR THE WAR Delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States on the 14th January, 1863. [CONTINUED.] j Bat ought thii wr to continue T I answer bo not a day, not an hoar. What then T Shall w peretef . Again I answer no, no, no I What then T And now, sir. 1 com to to sreadeet and moat tolama problem of stales mauahip tram th beginning of tint ; and tu tb Ood of Heaven, illumiuer of hearts and Binds, 1 would humbly appeal for soma meas ure, at leaat, of light and wisdom and strength 1 to explore and rereal lha dark bat possible future of this land. CAN THE UNION OF THESE STATES BE RESTORED? HOW SHALL IT BE DONE? And why not? Ia it historically iniuosaible' s Sir, the frequent civil vat and conflicts be tween the Stale of Greece did not prevent thair cordial nn on to reaist the Peraian in vaaion, nor did even the thirty year Pelopo- ducting of ala...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 23 January 1863

Dry Goods. KT O v 'fi OORMRR MAID AND SECOND 1TIIETS. , if. JUOrMtxXfcfl 4 IF 0x, (tuooHMH to JOHN, VANDOBKN A 00.) r r y co O ID 8. CHCQK.'VOtARD AMD INDIA felXKS, . BKbT BBANDB BLAUK. SiLk, PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUES, PLAID PAUL BE UHU1UI4, -, CHECK POPLIN 8. UDIES AND M!S?ES HOOP.SMRTS' BUST MAKE AND BHAPv rtOW-Mlt4u. I " ..A4YiWft .rauEsai ...mows ; . Plain ud Cluck, In fnal Tuialf. ' A bMutlful Una Freaca Organdlel, French Lava, Great dlaes and Beraget. 1 SOLID COLORED HEKAUES Which we ara telling at HALF PHIGIC. ! llourniiig ' Dress ' Goods; ' BomUuinV ;"' Black thelUe!,'" i'"s 1 ..Black Alpacoaa, ' aueoa: Tamartioea, Black Orapa Mareta, Black Uiua Collar.. - Black Craue Valla.: Black Lov. Vaila, Black winghama, Bl'k Fr. A Bug. Orapae, Black Printa. OINOKAMS aVivl' CHINTZES, Naw llfli BaikraldtrUi,!, : ;? 11 U13B.I,7.V ' KID G OVE8. Short - Sacks, llotli Dusters, ShawlsrLace Points, &c. (lor atock ia Urge and deeirable, eompriamg all lha Daw and raned ijfyla. od r'Abnoe o...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 23 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Ntw Toil, January 33. A letter In th Time dated Hdquartr Army Potomac, ThueedsT vnin Ju. 20, nil Th right and 1 lett iring ol ID arm? r in motion. W shall ndevor to crou th rivtr ten milM above Falmouth. All operation Mow ar mer feint to de civ the ntnr. 0n eorp of intaotry are to proceed down th river and fataa crowing, at several point. A real oroaatng will be mad below. Should a certain aerfency ante, Major Spalding and Major Meg-ruder ar to construct pontoon Widget above. Tb Fifteenth New York Engineer and reg ular ar alto to throw over several bridge. On train of pontoon U to be held in reterve . direcilr oppoaiM Fredericksburg. On Saturday evening a company of the 16th Ntw York Engineer were bamily employed in throwing up artillery entrnchmnt about ten mile below here. The great vietorT of the Weat ha bad an exhilarating (fleet upon the Army of Polo mac - The (oldier ar...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 January 1863

ran.UK mil imum, IT JOLLMEYEIl 'A LOOAN. ' Kmplr Balldlag, Ho Mala Street. v . i; DAILY EMI, " r IN raa, arMt OuMm).,. j maw iw mMfcuaiWi On copy aarananm, ................ 00 goaiary ouuaiy. fijrMitwtilnmM lloMt.'H I," Job -PunsTTiisro uf a.ary aaaortptloa, axaaulad on Btaam WtlKLf EHPI1I. Special Notices. if YUlf 1 WANT fciOOU II 4 MS, 00 TO ' Xfi.WlS.L UaLLILAND'S, Uc-lAr- N. , Mum tiTBCCT. :. I . . " He ha how a larg lot of (uperior Uitma, Dried Bf, Ac, of nil own curing1, together with a full supply of FrMh Meat, tor aale at all hours. ' " ja.l3tim. .: NiPoi-aoN, Hsnry Co., 0., July 7 , Uob. , Vt. U. W.. itaA0K,ior itr . or tlw baat of autteriojr, humanity, permit u w au Bunco, UtrouK h tt olunu oi Tour Circular, th (urpming proper tie of jour doaodina- va oiooa runuer ana ciooa run, wruoa is a sure sore tor iadiguoa aod Lavtc vow latat. i W bar savaral , person in town. l bar bean autlaring wita Liter Complaint au4 Indigeeuou, and ootwitbetandiog that we asw a good puvsioian 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. — 24 January 1863

WM. T. LOCA.N, K4ltor. SATURDAY, f NUArtY , 1H63. Mr. Vallandigham's Speech. ""WW fitlprhititigr hnltehee wpies of the Weekry Eti, containing Mr. Vf i.ANDlotux's speech in full. They will b wady for delivery on Monday. Pcr touM desiring copies must make sewly ap plication, j !;....., AtjrTbe tempestaotts weather hs pot pgoed the advance of the army cd the Po tomac. The expected fight will not come off for some time. 0W have received an able and in teresting article from a valued and es teemed frieud in Highland county, which we w ill lay before our readers next week. It will-repay pertisal. Mr. Vallandigham's Speech. 1 onJ 1 The Boston Voutier, the old Webster Whig organ of New England, says of this great speech : " We have read Mr. Vallandighams speech, delivered in toe House on the 14th iiul, in full, and propose to print as much ol it as we can Bod room for. It is an extremely able and a very honest speech. No one can read 1 ana neip oeiieving im.nr. auanaignam is a brave and hon...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 January 1863

Dry Goods. VANDOREN, MILLER FOX, (Bnmaesoie tertlAN, VAHDbEN 00.) D rt Y : ? O jO D 8 . CHECK, fOLAUD AND INDIA 8ILK.9,, .. ., , MUX BBANM BL'A'OstTtltaV PLAIN AND FANCY MOZAMBIQUES, . PLAID VaUI. DK CH01HJC, CHECK POPLINS. . . W! it, (,,.- .t LADIES AND MISSES HOfitTlKlfttS' BRUT MAKE AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. ijlei.il (.L'.Hiiu .' I) iuu in .V: TRAYELLVU DRESS GOODS; Plata aad Cback, la pol variety. i ' a beautiful W, . treses argaadlei, French Uwni,(jrMit- - A job lot ' OMDu CO.OREJ . BERAUKHI Wfcill1itMM!ffifiifiaCp'Pttfctf.J " Mounung' Dress Goods; Blaafeombulns. ' ' Black hillr! ' 1 " Black Alpeooae, rileok Tamartia., Blank Urap Collar, Black Crap Mereti, auaca urape veils,; Black Loy iVeil, Black wiagtlams, m iMK.vnftf niaca: irinie. QINOHAMS.. CHINTZES, Best male, new atjrle. 1 KID G OVKB. Short Sacks, ' llotli Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace 'Points,' &c. ittyriAfnt'all the a.w end varied tttyl. ud fabric, of Ike aaatern mar ket., end era onering gtwi toduoaoieaM M OAHt...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. Washiboto-i, Jn 23 Tb Secretary of War ia answer miicill for iuformation re port to the Boot with aceompaoviag totter iron hi subordinates. The Adjutant General says that a statement of sna la t service would iavolv the eminatio of a b different mutter rolls of ' ebon 1 1,000 regiments i that work now dreg- sing heavilT wooia a sos-jenavu, the pablicalioa of eoca a statement would not ia his view, be coropataul with the pub lic interest. The Pavmapter General sejs that since the report of December lUh.the office has been ensued in paring the sich and wounded sold, iers and the officers and the troops around Washington, the annr of the Potomac and the troops ol North Carolina. On the 19th inst a requislion amounting to s)S,150,000 was passed. This money will Wing p payments to October 31. Many of the paymasters usq started Tor the field and the remainder will leave in a day or two. The lunds for the West 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. — 26 January 1863

roam aaa (mi amaaooa, it JOLLMEYEU A LOGAN. Empire BnUdlag, llu Mala Street. ..-.. ' oi.ll.1i scmpihsb. Per tMk, (parable to Uarrl.r.l. ......... 19 Br null per luuo. la xlruo,-... t o WIBIUI Knpias. : On ood Mr iniua. . CfM &iiaiBBomulBtarref p.tag ib Mont Slont. fomory ootMty. Paj.eaeaiiaadvaeia alloBa,Mi JOB PRIHTTllca- Of awry deanripUo, eieouted oa Stam PrHHi,li be M Hjrla, end M raeaooabl pai . i Special Notices. IF 1U1I HAST GOOD UiM 00 TO ' " ,' LEWIS L (ilL JUL AN JTS, (l .. No9, MakktSthskt.' - Ua baa now a large lot of superior Hems, Dried that, a, ol tax own curing, together ' with a hill supply of Freh Meat, tur sale at all hour. jaU 6m. i j . . Napolbom, fcUorr Co., 0., July 7t lBjd - Dr. U W. Uoback, Iur Sir ; 1W 'toe beuafii of (uttering humanity, permit u to au Bounce, through the oolumaa ol jour Circular, lha aurpruiog properliea of your Suaudina ian Jilood FunHer and Wood fills, which is a sure onra tor indigestion and Liver Com plaint. We hare aeveral person!...

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. — 26 January 1863

imltfutuirt. MONDAY. JASWAftt 2fi. 1863. ' ) -J.. .i,!1, 1 Mr Do ih"itrtr,rT,'.!;k,.?"ton",r7 Comity wdoiW thr-Wy h'', T' 'enttlve W the irfMfc ,"Dk , at tea ballot box. ...r. a sWiU the Writietrieri' m ibe Ohid wnofotett Tor WAu4dfotJnit-! estate Br.hfTnW1irt,lmrn. " dence'to go before UwiF onstiUients and v declare that they re no AboliMifH but Nwfserrative tnen ll ', And if tliJy will trie people allow thmelv to be humbug ged by encb. mieemble, hllow hypocrisy? We hail e. XThe Cincinnati Commercial, this morning devotes a large amount its space to, a review of Mr. Vaixakdio- HAM S spoecn. It 18 riliuer Niuguiii the editor 'should 'J.Uvote , . much of "flme and space to fech which have his readers believe a very weak pro- 'duction. ' Van Wert Examiner. Wre have received the initiatory nuhv" berof anew paper jnt started at i -Wert, Ohioumderthe above title, by M. IIoLLABAtun. It presents a fine typo graphical appearance, and is edited with vigorous ability. It is Democratic, and ho...

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. — 26 January 1863

Dry Goods. N O . 6 a , t & JW a 4ft wcttufe) jtet.. VANDORKN, MILLER fe FOX. (Suoaea.eee t40MN, VANDOREN 00.) D . G,0 D 8 . GHKCK, FOLARD AND INDIA BILKS. Btaf BRAND LM1H MILK, PLAIN ANU fAHVV MuZAMBIOUEg, , . ,.;, Wt.rAULulfc! cuoiMi; CHECK POPLINS. " ' '' ' " AeKaaeocl t)f LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS BKST HIKE ANU BHAPES NOW SOLD. ' Plain ud Chack, In great -ariety. trench Org.ndlei, French Uwoa, tirrna A job lot . llourning; Dress , Ooods; iuiu .v" maca imantee, illack Oelainee. Ulick iinuu. Black Tamarttnea. Hl.uk ( r., m.. black Urepe Uollara, itlaok Orape Vain,; uvtv vbii., auaria wingnainii, A-iVI 91H. WaakU'rinte. . ,i .J KawCHyWlCmbraldarlar, et. Beat maka, new etyle, KID Q OVE8. Short- Socks, -Cloth Dusters, BILK MANTILLAS. Shawls, Lace Points, &c. ; ta.TL T!ji mle. anronralr,fr, .all, lha uu7iu7 ii.iiZ. "Ti '"uuueiiieuia uj liAlia and BHuRl 'ilalfctauyera. We Ourdiaily invite auiupi HUH ui uur iui i. .WdAwly TANDOBBS, MILLER A FOX. JMack tote, rioldt Poplins, BL...

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. — 26 January 1863

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WHITE RIVER. Wasbioto, J ma. 14. The Secretary of lit NavJ received IA ronowiti; to-dBj : Cairo, Jan. 24. I bvjat, 8:30 P.M. fefvd telegram' from Memphis, Tennes, e, frost eetli.g Kmr ydmirnl. D. D. Porter, oil board lb V. 8. stesmer Blackhawk, moutb of th WbiW RiTr, JnorT, 20th, m fol lows: Wi hav taken Bt,C!wwle, Duval Bloff aud Dt Are, end the light draft tr over three hundred milee above the moata ol Whit rier. - The DeKalb, Lieut. Commending Walker, captured, at Duval' Bloff, two eight iueb run with eemeyee, mmnoitioa, era, two Eancrred field rifle, and three platform care, ana ai vest Are we eaptnred 3S prisoners and a ot anus and ammunition. A. N. Fleet Captain. Wathington, Jan. 25. Major General Cartii hae telegraphed to Gen. HallecR from St. Louie the 24th, at follows : Gen. Gormen telegraphs from Pavel's Blnffs the 18th, that, aided br three gunboats, he ascended White river ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 27 January 1863

Tr week, (payable to Oetner)...... y mail per uaun, is advance ..I U .lilt Oue uony Mruaum...H .. ue im a.BriaaciruulAiarreeol paelng;e ia oni. (omary county. fayioeulia edreoue m elloaeee.V JOB PRIMTINQ ' Of arary ctaftMlptiont Mutitad OBStM.ni traaaa, ia ha best atyla, and al raouarU pnuM. rnuiDU nui AnaaaeeM, IT iiuLLMliYKH LOOAN. Empire Building, llo NtU Htreet. DAILY KAttMRB. Special Notices. I' I'Ot' WASt UUOU MAMS, 00 TO LEVVitv L. (iiL-LlLAiJUb, Nil. 1), llARKKI 6THKKT. Ha ban uuw a lura lot of superior " llama, Dried beef, Ac., ol bis uwo curing, together with a lull ouppl of Fresh Morn, tur sate at 11 hours. ja.13 On, , Napoleon, Heurjr Co., O., Jul 7, lb.ite. Dr. U W. ttoBAUK, aVeur Sir ; 1' or the beuetii of suffering humanity, permit ue to au nouoce, through too uolumnsut your Circular, the surprising properties of jour Scauiliiia viaa blood r"urinw and bloou fill", waioti u a aure vara for ladigeatiou and Liver Co.il plainl. We have aeveral persons in town, who have be...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 27 January 1863

nt. WM. T. I.OUAN, KSItor. "TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, U63 jtTOoe million dollar wa placed bjr tbe Government to the credit of the Com missioner! at Whinptu., on tW 2lt i nut.," to wcwnpeu alav-ownm in tit Diatrioi of Colombia, for th mancipa tion of their lave. Tbe aoldiera in the field yet remain unpaid. , "Wheeling" Into Democratic Line. Special despatches to the Cincinnati Enqvirtr bring the gratifying intellig ejor that at t municipal election in Wheel injr, Virginia, the Democratic anti-New but ticket was elected by five hundred majority. Thi i most decided rebuke to the AdminiHtration and it bogua Gov ernor of the pretended new State. Lin ctuVa bayonet failed to win thin time. For Treasurer of State. We notice iu our echange, that tlte name of Georue Sw.ce. Esq.. of Spring field, will be presented to the next Demo cratic Stato Convention in connection with ttiA nomination for Stato Treasurer. We are Dersonallyacqnaintcd with Mr. Smru'c and know him to be every way qualified to till...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 27 January 1863

Dry Goods. xsr o . o & , CORNER MAIN AND SECOND UTIIKH., ' (Buooastota to JOHN, VANDOKEN 00.) D R Y GQOD S . CHECK, FOLARIl AND INDIA SILKS, BUM I' BBANDH BLACK SILK, FLAIN AND KANOY MOCAtt tilllUKS, FLA1U 1'AUU UK CI1DIKB., CHECK POPLIN8, . A larga atoek of ,,, LADIES AMD MISSES HQQPSKIRTSf BKST MAKK AND BbAPK NOW SOLD. TUAVELI 1UIESS MODS ; Plain aad Olit k, in gr.al rarl.ly. ' '.' A baautilul line rrenrh Organdie, French Uwni,(ircii dlnci and Berates. A Job lot IOUU COLORED BCRaUE!) ; ' Wktob w 4w IMu at HALF PriltHC.'.' ' Mourning Dress Goods; Ulat'k HnmhailBM, " :' Block Ohklliaa, '; , T . mark l.laiu, tjlaok Alpuicu, Black Tamartioaa, Blank urape Merata, bl' Urap. Uollara, Blank Urap. Valla,, Blank Lor Veila, Black wingtlalua, MI'k Kr. A Bug. Orapea, Black ITinta. (IINU K A M H ' ' C H i NTZ KH, Near if la XCn.brol.Url, A. . B.al mak., new tyl, KID aOVKfcJ. Short Sacks, llotli Dusters, OILK MANTILLAB, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our atock la larga and damrahla, cnmpHwii.K...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 27 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. MORE REMOVALS. Wi.BWOT0, Jaouarr it It ia taader tood that Major General Franklin an' Major OeaaraJ Sumner, baraalao bean relieved from tha rotnaaand of tha right and left Grand Diriaioni of tna Army of tha Pototaac, but tha namaa of thair auccaaaora bara not yet barn divulged, nor ii it known who haa been appointed to take tha placa of General Book er. Oenarat Burnaide, with matt of hit lata taJff, baa baan allowed thirty day leaf a of absenca. Tha weather ia warn and pleaaant and the tha wind ia faat drying np tha earth. FROM MURFREESBOR. Mi ajniiiroao.TiitK. Jan. 26. Major Gen. Roeecrant hopea that tha Cincinnati, Louia Tille and other Weatern paper, will desist from the practice ol publishing report of ahip inenta of auppliea to tha Department of tha Caniberland; it ia lubelantiaJly a molittcation to tha Rebel to prepare their forcea for the capture ot each auppliea. It ia onderatood however that tha newapapera would ...

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. — 28 January 1863

dOLLMEYEK A LOOAN. Empire BaUdlu;, IIO Mala Street. . - DAILY UNU, " Per wmH, (payable to Camera). ........... By mcul per annum, la .. 1J M l" ' ' ' WIIKliI .MPIIUB. Ooeeopy f"MBn, , , fa 00 ar fn JfiMeiaa curaulatean-ee of peata la Blonw (ornery ooualy. Payment la advance la alios job ini2srxiNro or every deeortptioa, eieouted on Btaaai Praseea, la ha beet atylo, end at reaeonable prluee. Special Notices. If VOI) WANT ClOOU II AM 8, 00 TO LEWIS L. UlLLILAND'S, . Nu. V, Mabeet (itbekti ' . U baa now a large tot of superior Hams, Dried Beef, Ac., of bit own curing, together witb a lull supply of Fresh Meat, lur aala at ail hour. ja.13 6m. Napoleon, Henry Co., 0., July 7, 1838. Dr. V. W. Hoback, Dear Mr ; For tha bauetil of suSwing humanity, permit u to au- uouuoe, through toe oolumnsoi jour Circular, the surprising properties of jour Scandina vian Blood Portlier and Blood fill, whioh is a aure cure for Indigestion and Xitver Com' plaint. We hare aeveral penoni in town, who hare been...

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. — 28 January 1863

mixv mmmt: . .-.J.S .,.-. air l'aV, JANUARY . 13. A New Paper at Washington City. Tb proprietor of lW-.hU. , i tbilalpbH X the eolicitat.io or ll' Democrats and conservative Mead. n determined to remove the pub .. .'"iiiitrton (UtT. with the view of establishing H tue a tioiud Capital, a hrsl ciaa. u...v tinn.l natter. The need ot encu p,- m the Hon. Thoma. B. Flom.sce proposvJ M to publish Washington wa never more manifest then at present, and ahould receive the eupport of the conservative mawee everywhere. The first number of the new paper will be issued on the 23rd of February, and from the well-known ability of it editor, can hardly fail of S. Gen. Hooker's Order. Oeueral Hoottnn ha. indued an order to the Army of the Potomac, assuming com mand. Ite atyle resniuds one very much of the pompom vanity and conceit of Gen eral Pom. He Rayi : "In equipment, intelligence aud valor, the nni i. oar inferior. Let u never hesitate to five bin battle wherever ire can find him. TUi come with...

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