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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 January 1863

Dry Goods. ' OORNIR MAIN AND SECOND STREETS. VANDORENi MILLKtt FOX, (Suooeeeert la JOHN, VAN DOB EN 00.) CHECK, EOLARD AND INDIA ;ff!LKB,: BEST BUANDD MLACE rilLH, PLAIN AMU FArfC MUDAMBlqUEB, CHECK POP..IN8. LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS t BKSJ MAYANS BflAPB NOW BOLDr " TRAVELING DRESS GOODS Plain ud Chck, in gTeel variety. A bMuuful Um rrencb 0rSlrpf JiF" ' dlaei and Berages. A joTiol OLID i COLORE0 ,V.BEB AfclES 4 Which at Belling at HALF PRICE. Moumiiig' DrSs "Goodsi Blaak Bomba.lnee, . Black Chelliea, Blank Delainaa, Black Alpaooai, black Tamemnee, Black Crap. Maretc, Black Crap Collar, Black Crap. VaiUJ Black Lova Veite. i . Binek Aewghama, Bi n r. A Eng. Orapaa, Black P rmu. Btjrla KaikraldnlM, ate. Bet maka, new atyla, , . Kli) GOVES. Short Slicks, tloth ' Dusters, HILiIS MANTILLAS,', Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Ourttopk1lcYKVkAidriiiiVcHnprtLiD all the new and varied ttLyiee end Kabnoa ol iti. N-m.irn snar end are ottering great inducement to UAMH aud 0hvvi lunauuywH, wev...

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. — 28 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, January 27. Taa following ha just beea published M InaAnnv. ... Oro'sr. Ao I. By lb directioa of th United State, the aDUci(nd b wamtd command of the Ann? ol la snmomac. .... II HUH SpOB WO aUCBBTRV Ul imposed by thi trust, with just appreciation of tbir Mponiibility. Sine th (ovulation of tbil arsst he bw been identified with its history. He ha shared with yo iu glorie ad rerane with no other desir than that thee relatione might remain anchanged until iu deatiny should be aocompliihed. la the record of yoor acbieTementa there much to be prond of, and with the bleating of Uoe) we will contribute aometbiog to be re aowa of oar arm and the success of our aaa. To secure tbeaa endi your comman der will require the cheerful and lealoua co operation of arery officer and eoldier in this army. equipment, intelligeno and ralor th la nam u onr interior. IM us nevar um jute...

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. — 29 January 1863

rusuaass nui Amnwsos, at dULLMUYKH ft LOGAN, " Empire llulltiluit, llu Mala Street. ' ' DAILY EM PI UK. V - 'i Par (oayaMato Oai-tiara)..... By uuUI par Muiuin, la advsuua,....MH...H. ... 15 VS W1CKKLV HUPIKKi . OfM afrrna Karma utruulfttsttfTM of petti.; e in Mont- .j ornery county, rayraeniin aufmnceiD aiioase. JOB PRINTING. if erery (JstfonptioD, eieouted oo ttteam Preseet, m lis bent aiyl, aud m( rtMMuunbiu uriuee. .4 ilii: x v vol. Siyv w. . i vjiinn mi DAYTON, OUIO , 1 II LlllS S,:.,: io 'J"1'' J','' ": ' ' ' ' " ' ''!a3-l i iiwiil .. , j.i ., j 1) AY. J AN It AU Y 29, 1 803 NO. 1G0. 1 I AUVKRTlaiK IN DAILt. -f '", (Clarity wvnis, solas) ac aBMnia..,.s t, Uui aiHiani, Sua ak.. ..,..,... a tioa aiuar, ns Bnottib H.iM m....m..., . a 0 ( --iia fcuHsrv, tnroa moutha u i i,k .iiuara, ais monlha, K 0 i ' in wkkklv! ' ''' . iiia ai4uara,is;lily wnla,ou wmi,hu..v,...m.. o m .'(iiwra, wn VMI ID MinuoB,fc.l.,,.,.....x. a frr mtmrrni mm TTnirrniiin . u -1'aniiB fir Ailvartiaamauta oot U)...

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. — 29 January 1863

-Mil LJ r ui iftut ,-t.. , I "WM. T. I.O(A.r, Kdltor. T-UHSDAY.' JANUARY 29, Treasurer of State. i - W notice that wmt of out! J?6iftocrtic 'rotoinpo'raiia havo ennouncod the name 'of "the" tetorah editor and sterling Demo crat, II.' 8. Khavt, Elq., of AshUnd, ' Ohio, a candidate for Treasurer of Stato, nliiact to the decision of the June Con vention.'' From 'the Wmttw'rif-first -class men that will be before the Cqnvention, it will he impowible for it to go amiss in tlte election of a good ticket. Poor Fellow. , One Murat Haltad, who disgraces a Kood, honest, Democratic father, by driv eliug Abolitionism for a reward, throngh the column of the Cincinnati Lommer ' ' eV.'has taken a new tack.' Having failml to convict Mr.' VaiXakdiodam of treason i and kesioii, end -finding the people no longer willing to listen to theso charges once rehnaised every dov, he halt now for two or more month past, devoted his pa per to a persistant effort to get up the idea that Mr. Vaixandiouam is a ver...

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. — 29 January 1863

Dry Goods. 6 e I lORf III MAIM ArU) SgUOBb BTBBICW.f (BuoOMrtlttQpN.yA.NIMJBENAOO.) i CHECK, BOLABD AND INDIA BILKS, BtST BBANbH BLACK MLH, PLAIN AND FANCY MofcAMBilJUES, PLAID PAUL OB UUUlBr., CHECK POPLINS. A large monk ot, k ,. ,:T UOIES AND MISSES "R0flP$K.&lS BUST MAKK AND B HA PIS NOW SOLI). j TRAVELING v MESS -a (iOOI)S ; ' Plain and Check, in grai VAri.ty. " , A ueautirul lint rrenck OrgBiaiei, French Uwtis.Crrn. A jab lot SOLID COLORED UEIlAf.US ; ..'V.' MeftWrtrtlfclUf5,VtfV' ' Uouming Dress . Goods; Black BamlwiM .' " Black Cbulhea,' .' Blank Delnluee, Black Alpaorau, Blank Tnmartinea, Black Urape Maretl, ' Black Drape Dollar, Bhu.k Urape Vaila,; Black Lot Veil, Black uinglnuna, BIB fr. Bug. Crapea, Black J'nuu. OINUUAMS and OI11NTZKH, Bnt make, no style, KID.GOVES, Short Sacks, Cloth . Dusters, SIXiXC MANTILLAS, Shawls. Lace Points, &c. Our ritot'tr la lar ml dammbla, eompn-.ioK aJl tha kata, aud ara oilurmg grtau induce uimna to UAHH and tJHuKT TlMttUtjra. . Wii...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 29 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE LATEST NEWS. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. AFTERNOON DESPATCHES. CAVALRY SKIRMISH. WAgamnToif, Jan. 28 Herald ha th fol lowing ' ' " . Headquarter of cavalry bridgsJe at Fah htQE. 27th: Last niebt oar picket at Cbartillr wr driren io J deUobimnt of Smart' i caval ry. Col Percy Wvndham, commanding brigade immediately started with two 200 men ol the 5th New York and let Virginia cavalry in pvrtuit of the enemy. After pursuing them at a rapid rate some 20 miles he came up with them at Middleborg. Major Hammond of the 6th N. York cavalry had the advance and fell upon their rear with great celerity. After a brilliant skirmish be succeeded in capturing twenty-six of them and scattering others in all directions. We also captured several head of cattle. FROM PHILADELPHIA. . Philadelphia Januarv 29. In Court of Quarter Sessions, Judge Ludlow requested the Grand Jury to lay all other business aside antil authority of the state has been vindicat ed, directin...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 30 January 1863

far Mtk, (parable ee krum) ' ,, 19 Br mtl per - - , im I M W11KLV Msv.PIR.aS. , . .. Oue OOPT per fM,-..:...j. w.U M ar i'ne mpikb wroulatearree of pestafe la Monfr geruery oouatT. Fayeaautia advance In all rtasee.TSa JOB FRlrTXI-NGr ut every description, executed a Stensa fr Is im best style, wl at reeeonable prtm pmnait imi mniM, t dOLLMEVKK 4 LOOAN, Rapln Bonding, IIO Mala Street. ' .....' DAILY ' a l)AYTON; Olll6: VllIDAY, JANUX11Y 30, 1865 vol.-xiv., '..NO. 1 67. saae' . Vfl ' " ;'. ' -..(aiwf'Ju. J '..j ,-..! ; ti- &, ,,i on. j c b ; ..i 1 ::rr IN bAll.. Uuriaua,ii(hty words, solid) oaaiaaaiiiou. 4 . 'I Oba war, three !,.... I w una aqnara, ens Aa. ua aunare, oua aaoath , it ir. . .tia nara, Ihraa Diontna, . t u 1 itua auare, ais rooslha ,n....M.WH. 10 a. li lit wikKkiA: , ie fftiixitr, taiuhtT wrd. on wek 9 o Mmsrvj, MM-h wtk tn iWtttUB,.M....4....nM... I i Wr ftduar, on etr,...M..M.... ...w-....-.... u v wt Vtafl'fsnTia for AdTrtirninU occupy id g Krau )mj, or lor ft lot...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 30 January 1863

mm 'wxsmtt. WM. T. LOaAK, Editor. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1868. rrf. W. Awtro7 feeVreYary of State dm our thanks jfor rfoonaij le Ton. 3TW iwitfen of the French army ia .Mexko, U rathe !-precriou..Th7 haveTbeet. beaten by the M.aican 'riud forcea" to drop the offonsiv-fc And fccLOnW defeni. "' ' ' I XyThe Itlinoi House, on Wednes day, passed th Army Commissioner' bill, which take the management of the military affairt of the State out of the band of th Governor. MTha ticket nominated by the nig- Mr..nr,k!nMrt' State Convention of - rr i . Connecticut, which met in Ne Haven on Wednesday, is the tame a that brought forward by the io-called 'Union Uonven tin nf that Stiito. It consists of all the psesent State officers. The Western Associated Press. At a meeting of the Western Associa. UhI Presa in Cincinnati, yesterday, a reso- lution wm passed, unanimously, to urge the member of Congress, by petition, to take off the excise duty on imported rags and paper, in view of the extraordinary pr...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 30 January 1863

Dry Goods. e a CORNER MAUI A 10 BBOOND ITBEKTS. VANbbWlN.1 italtiifcK ft FOX, (Muooeaeoi. to JOHN, VANDOBBN A 00.) D E Y aOODS. CHECK, POLARD AND INDIA' MILES, BKBT HUANDS BLACK MILK. tlJiltl ANU PANCV MOIAMBIO.UBS, riiAlU rAUu UH, UU01U, CHECK POPLIN 8. A large atouk of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS' BEST MARK AND SHAPE NOW BOLD. TRAVELIM "DRESS - GOODS ; rials ml Check, In great rarlatj. A beautiful line rreoch Organdies, French Uwnn.tirrna- . dine and Boragei. A job lot NOL1U COLOREU HKItAUt: ; l.l t .WkleB mm ara Belli eg At BALK WOK. . tt'Ht i rt S.M I.,- i Mourning Dress Goods; Blank Bombaalnea, - ' Black Ghalltaa, Blank Delainee, ' ... rllank AlpaocaB, ' Blank Tamartmaa, Black Cra)e Mareta, Blai'k Crape Collar., Black Crape Valla,: Black Love Vaila, Black O.nghama, Bl'k Kr. A ling. Crape., Black Prima. UlNUliXMS and CHlNTZKS, i w IWyl. Kmbralderlee, etc Baal make, new atyle, KID, GQVKS. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace. Points. &c. Uur iUx!k i Urg ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 30 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVII Congress. WataixuTu. Jan 28. Bonn At I A M onlybooie0tneaibTTOid. Noqaw Homo. Conklin mot a call of th. Houm, which ra ordered 2:30 A. M. Roll fall Mid excuses for absen lues heri There ii no immediate pronpect of a rot. ob the pending bilL WASHINGTON, January 29. The report of the House proceedings left ,., n'olrwrlt this mnrninir. after which Mr. r,,., ...A ih.L in view of the condition of I Via inntrv. he deemed it hil dutT to char tcterix the diliatory prooeedingt of thie Home at diegracefol. IjmI night Tarioue quetttont of order were laised. Riuiu at K an A. M adjourned. HoM. Ob motion of Lorejoy the Cora- nkiu Aorieultura wa( instructed to in- n ti i rm inIA the exoediencr of collecting azri cultural statistics through the assessors of the internal retenue. . Mr. Wallace, the delfgate from Washington 1.,riinr. offered a resolution which wai tAnntmA nnnirins as to the expediency of devoting the proceeds from p...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 31 January 1863

rv.u.a.a nui imuM! liOLLMUYKH Jc LO OA N. Umpire Building, IIO Main Street. DAlbV SCMPIHIC. . Par wauk, (pavatse io Uarrlsra);.,. ..... by mMl per annum, la autaltOa... ,. On copy oar annum...... Wai-iaa uirculata. frwa ol wnu in Mont- aomary ooouty. Pnymautib aavanoaia allaaaa.. job iaiira:i3ora- ir avery daaonpuuu, aaaoutad on Steain Preaaas, fa tia Im.I ntyle, aau at raaaunabls pricas. lVOL,Xlr , ."' t Mini'. ii! iii in mm m. 1 I .II . I I !U 17 W A ii i i hi i iffi r urn ii. i ... i 1 i i, i ii i i ii i y. . - -NO; 168."" . : ; I l IfA.I.Y. v ' One aajuare, (fKhl wnrdv, vaU) one iurtiitt.. j One (toMr, Usr lBT,,. ......... 1 tou I tSU MJUMW, M W(MkM.H..M., ...,. ...,.... 1 fr t 0J eCllArerf OM TtoUOll 'V a un hure, tlirew moLih ....r..M ? u- ,yu -Uue, six Mouthe. .. H Ut una equate, eighty werdn. one week ,. u i'l'fe4iuutj,oi) weekia nddiUou, a ir OD J . Terms fVjrdvrteejueM aMuupying a epeoe, or for n lunger enod Uianaiiovt- pw ihu, u : ii iuaown at the Uougwdj; ltoom "AU wiri....

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 31 January 1863

WM. T. I.CXA.I, ldtltor. SATURDAY. JANOART 31. 183. trA nw conrf martial ia in. aeaaion at Washtrnrtoni with closed toon, ou'flie CM Of General CHALS T. 8t0, . sTThoba 8hoi i.nr.iiH. rticmbcr of th Iadiana State Senate, died at hi lodg injrs in Indianapolis, on 'huraxlay last.. . AjrThat bold and nnilinching Demo- .r.(A nanar. the Lancaster al Itaa hoisted the Vaulahdiobam flag for Gover nor. It speak lor the lracy of Fair field county. Resolutions of the Champaign County Democracy. W direct Attention to the resolutions of, .the Champaign county Democracy, to V fminh in another column. They have the ring of the true metal. f9"TJon. A. G. Burr, at an immense jiublio meeting in Chicago, on the 24th January, offered the following sentiment "Million for the Constitution, not a cent for emancipation." The loyal heart of the nation responds heartily to that We want no better motto fur these times. And the people will ratify it at the polls. County Democracy. "Rather be a Negro than a Dutc...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 31 January 1863

Dry Goods. isr o . a a , OORNIR MAIN AND 8KCONI BTUKETS. VANlXMaKN, MlLtKR & FOX, (SueoaMOl. to JOHN, VANDORKN OU.) D 11 Y gTo O D 8 . UbttCK, ruLARD AND INDIA 81LH8, ' ' ' BCST HltANOt BLACK BILK., PLAIN aNu Kanijh tduZAMniliUKa, PLAIU PAUL Lti LUuiBh,, CHECK POPLINS. A large ntofk of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' MSST MAKK ANU It II A I' U WOW BOLD. TUAVtLlNU DUKSS.. GOODS ; Plato Md UhtM'k, Id grunt variety. A baautin.il liue French Organdlci, French Uwua.Ureni dine nd Iicragci. ' ' A job M SOLID OOLOKGU IlElt At.ES J , Which we era aalliiitfal ALK PttlUK. Mourning Dress Goods; black bomtatiaea,, Black Ctaalhea, BlMfllt iHlttlnN, tUank Aipaooaa, Hlwk Temertines, hwn Urape Marett, HI ark Crape Col Ian, ftilafk Urape Veil,; Ulnt'k i,ove Vwli, Attack UmKliatiiH, til'k i r. king. Grape., Black Jriuut. tUNdllAMS unl OHINTZKM, Hlew Hlylm lfirabrwlder.ea, eftc. HcHt mnke, new style, KID ooves. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. our atotik I la...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 31 January 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVII Congress. WASHINGTON, January 29. gum Mr Trumbull called op tht bill to kid Missouri io the emancipation of hr lev, Mr Hiodman moved to amend the bill to that If emancipation ni immediate twenty Million dollan thould be paid, but if it ih gradual, ten million ahonld be paid. Mr Wilion, of Ma., thought twenty mil lion aot anoag. Mr Stutraaa waa in favor of eraduaal eman cipation nod h aot willing to pay any more uu ten million. Mr WiUon wa willing to make a general proportion to Weetern Virginia, Delaware, Mtaaonrl and Maryland. After further dicoion by Meert Feesen- den, Hendereon, Trumbull, Foster, Wilson and romeroy the Senate adjonrned, Several private bill wr paed. Mr Antnonv, from the Committee on Print ing reported a bill to expedite the printing of toe freetdent uawag, and accompanying document, fanned. The bill provide that the menage and document (hall be delivered to the ntipertn tendent of Publio Printin...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 2 February 1863

Oua hdt Mr iuw una , ....13 00 I Mont- " Tit Kurt. uruultrtlre of uaaUuia in Hunt- goiiMryvoualj, Pftyinoiiliu kItumiii jUloaJoa. job JPJWiISrriaSr Ca lif imy daarnpuoo aiomttad on ttain Pra4,la ho boat aiyla, and al rtMrnmaMa oriooa. poBLiawaa avaat Arraaaooa, at ilOLLM KVISH fe LOGAN. Caplr BnMdlag, HO Mala Street. j DAII.V mariac. Par wak, (payabtato Vrrtra..MWM.MMM...MM M By mall par auautu, laadvaooa MHWM 6 Uw WBtHLT KMP1HB. f VOL. XIV. DAVTON, OHIO: -MONDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1863. NO. 1G9. n AUVSUHTIMINU RAl aua. I IN DAII.l' . Hnr, (iht)r wnrda, aulnl; ua iuiu.i... a a . on. xqunre, ibiaa daaa,,... a...u.M,a I v. oi.a uara. w)!,........,, .M...v..M v a a. ' iii on tmmh mm k I .-ii .iiiiutf, thrn UKHiUt., MM....n..H.... U I !- .nuArir, aia niollUm Ill 0 ''I -IN WkUltl.V. , , uirt fniwr, etuhty wariltt, od. uk ...;.' M , i-rr M.imr, wmoii weea ia euuiuon, i l.-r Miliar., oil. vttar....w...M ri a. HI U irm. wr auverUMMiuuiia wuuuifiua a iivm I Mue, oi lor a luniior period Uian U,vr ....

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

WM. T. LOOW, Kdltor. MONDAY, FEBRUARY. J. 186J.. Xar8entor GrcL will swept our thanks tor a copy f th Annual Report of tbs Auditor of Stat.- . , - - . .jtgTlttirooi.il "green-back" are now at a discount of sixty cent, with a feajful " downward tendency "t I MyboAy hurt. XJTAn intimation in the N.Y Tri- can that a General has been arrested for peaking againit the Emancipation Proc tarnation, ii construed as pointing to Gen SlCKllt. jtTns Journal, through the Eaton Rtoitttr. heanattere Senator Gcncml wlth iu laudations, for bis support of Bbk. Wae. The tad-pole hereabout are fast kt-alonintr into- "fuU-CTOwn. frogs,, as Helper aaya. f-eTlt is Htated that Gen. Bcott's health is fast failing him now. He is con fined to his apartment in the Fifth Ave nue Hotel, New York, almost entirely helpless, and, what ii worse, it is aaid his mind at lenirth is breaking down under the weight of years and mental and bodily trouble. I3TA day-laborer, a stone-cutter, at Port Byron, N. Y., has just come...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 2 February 1863

Dry Goods. asr o . ' e e , CORNER MAIN ANtl SECOND ITBEETg. VAWIXkfcJtMlt.E,HH A FOX, (buooeeeote to JOHN, VANUOBBN DO.) DRY gT6 O D S . OBBCK, rot. 1 ltd A Nil INDIA 'SILKS, h ' BK3I' HUANUa BLACK BILk, CLAIM AND e"A,NOT MlUiV BII4UE8, PLA1L. PAUL UK CU01BE, CHECK POPLINS. A large U-k of LADIES AND MISSES ' HOOP SKIRTS BKST MARK AMI HHAPli NoVV BOLD. mVELlU MEM GOODS ; Plain hJ Check, ta great van.ty. A beautiful line rrBck Organdies, French Uwiit, (ire o tlliifi nd Berages. A job lot V' SOLID COLORED UEIl .(.US , . WbukntnMlliiiulliU fmuu Mourning Dress Goods; Black Boinbellnee, in . Black Crulliea, Black Detainee, Black Alpena, Black Tamartinee, Black Urepe Marelt, ' Blac k Crape Collar., Black Crape Veil.,; Black Love Veda, Black winghama, Ul'k f r. A Eng. Crape., Black 1'nuM. OINUflXMa-u"uTl qjfllNTZKK, , w myl UlibnIdariM, aVri, Beat make, new atyle, KID GOVES. Short Socks, Cloth ' Dusters, SIX.IC Iwf.A.lsrXII.iLuAJB, Shawls, Lace Points, tic. Our atock ia targe and deairahle,...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 2 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. SKIRMISH ON THE BLACKWATER. Baltimoac, Jan. 31 A Fortree Monro letter jealeniav states thai the rebels crossed Blackwater on Friday. Geu. Feck Mat fnrc whio drove Ihe rebel back with Iom. W Iom lorty killed and wounded. Th rebel art retreating toward Franklin. Ntw York, February 1 The Herald con taint detail of the lata 6frhl Bear Blackwater on the night of the 2Hih mat., with three regi ment of infantry, four detached battalion of infantry, 900 oavalrv and forteen piece of ar tillery. The Beit night, Corcoran, under or dr of General Peck, advanced to meet the enemy. The rebel were found ten mile from Suffolk, when cannonading of two and half hour caused the enemy to retreat Corcoran advanced hi force of infantry with filed bay onet, driving the rebel mile, they leaving their killed and wounded on the Geld. Cor coran continued to follow tbea op, and the rebel took another position two and half, ruilet from the battle fiel...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 February 1863

iiOLLMKYHK A LOGAN. Uaplrt llttlldln, 1IO MtU Street. t . .DAILY HMPIKI ft wk, ynyiAa to Oanrtra).MMM,.M. Bf WkMli JM ahlUIBt II ldTMMiM.MM.MHN wkbkli emmfe. .1 U On nopr pr Kiiuiini...... ltiiiruattrauliaH(rM ytm la -UDtT. Fftyinenttn lvauc im HwHi.t goiMrjrvouBty. Hy job jp.iisrxiiro i t I .. .. ,. .. . ' 1 ''i . ' ' ''- i "!''. ;,ija. tii! i .ti . , I Mill JJiiL-JUllJU-a. ill I VOL. XIV. DAYTON." Ol 1IO: TUESDAY, FEBUIFAKY j, 1 03., 1 ''V'?:' NO. 1 70: P I r K A-- n aUK asx flav . aa , av .v'Trvwfls -err a tx- j w- . .. IN SlUVKn... . ''HW'.liKht wems,sou)ewiaetiHia... " ture, oi.s eiouii. ....,. s !.'"' "i"""'. "" Ui,... ( ei 1Mu.., .it meaUi. Im v IN kKKi.y w .ii.r.,iihiy w.rlnn. ewitM Wl t.iiur., iHK'ii Wf... in Atldiumt aire. ,T...vl ' "4"r. uu vMir ;..,,, u "Vefliirnit tut Adf(rUatt)aU wuti Jm& m jp4 t",M,t Ufftr riiNl Umui Uiv t i imL,u s..T-m i maIt irvinu U itiHrtloa. AU Tmnimi aV Triimjit innt h xui for m Ml?au. Special Notices. irTbiJwAST " oui hams, . 00 TO ; ' LEW...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 February 1863

WM. T. LOOAN. Itdraaa. TUEWAV. FKBttOARY I. WX , TflmU - is rwrtog ; at-oe lW contiabamla at Memphis?. jfyThJw York Senatorial wleetion romee nffjrt-mnrfvr. Ex -Governor Mor Xn i (lie Abolition nliditt. " ' - -L '. i.-. . :M ' AteTM'he Horn hue at Inst pessedThsa' Steven' Wgro Bgiicn bill, by a Wt of f3 to 53." The hill given permission - uTi-t any nnra'ier of negrrje, not weed ing Q00.U00, to be paid 610 per month with ration and eqiiicrof nU, and to be IB ' with white men. CaaeyV araentl-iiK-iit to tha bill aa a,opbtl, providing that the klavea of loyal mauler in the States efcrepted by lira 'reiilm' Proclo ui lin, kIiouIiI ttM be enliated, aud thai ti'i iWnniing tflvn should,' bej opened in u k State, ex-vpt ou consent of the Gov ernment. Thomas, of Msuwachuaetts, Kullooo, of Illinois, and Hendkrson auil Hohtom of 0 lio voted against it. stsT" Hit' idea of an armistice, to be foi luwwvSby ay -ouveutinu of the North aud with, has taken atrcng h Id upon tlie niK4M uf the North. The...

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