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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 3 February 1863

Dry Goods. 00ft It MAipjLNp f BtfONP ITIUn ) VANOOKKN, M1LLKH A FOX, toJOMM, VANBOBEN 00.) OHBOX, roLtltO A Ml 12IDIA BILKS, bldl' BitANDa BLAUIn BiHi.,:. . . CLAIM Atiu VAV1 MOAMblqUEa, PLAID i'AUL llf , UUUlklt, CHECK POPLINS. A large tnuh of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BaMT MAKK ANU 8HAP1C NOW BOLD. TRATKLlAtr" MK&j ' C001W ; Plain aad Check, In gnu variety. ' . , Almaufullkie i , rrcach Organdies, French Lawni, great- A Job lot ' SOLID COLORED DEH4UE8 ' WkiotvwrdltiMMAi.tllcltl', , Mourning Dress Goods; aUackaVambaaiD.ee, . BlaofcCbaUiea,. . -, Black IMIaine), black Alpencaa, Black Tamartinaa, Black Crape Maxell,' Black Urepe Collars, Black Ura Veil.,. Black Lot Veile, Black winghama, Bi'k .- king). Crepea, Blank t-riaie, UINOHAMS tk CHINTZES, ial'atiIM'el4lrMaj, AeJiJ Beet make, nr atyle, . KIDGOVE8. Short , Sacks, tlotli Dusters, Shawls, Lacr Points &c. our Mock; la tart aad dy.irebha, .oajpnaing ell the mw aDd-TaTied-aiyreti mnd-fr'anric of the Kk.iiTra mar kole, 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. — 3 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NORTH CAROLINA. ROANOKE ISLAND, N. C. (via Fortress Monroe,) Jan. 30. 0. Foater hM egeie riua to th Oen aralinChtaf et WeebinKton, bitterly complain ing of th prematura discloaure of military aud naval movement Id hi department. Klieabeth, N C.,i now ld by Federal troop a a military pott. ... Jeff. Darii bad a confaraaoa laat week with Oor Vaoo of North Carolina, upon to ralatiou ot thii State with tb Southern Con federacy, neatioc bin for that purpoaaj at Franklia Depot, Va, oo tha Biackwater. Gov Vanoa plainly informed Jeff. Davie that ha would maul apoa tba reeerve, aud recall an adequate foroa for tba protection of Norih Carolina from any further Federal advancee Norih Carolina baa aow 80,000 troop is tb aeeeira Many application ar being mad for an thoriiy to rai nativa loyal troop. General Fottar etroogly approve of Doing thia ILLNESS OF GENERAL ROUSEAU. Naw Yobe, Fab. 9 Qaoaral Rooaaeae. j eick at Lancaster, Pe...

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. — 4 February 1863

run.uars ivaar arrtaaoea, n ilOLLMKYKK . LOOAN Eplro Building, (to Main Street. , : daily aHriaa. '. - Per mk, (pajrahl M Oarrlara). ..,,.. Hy mail par anaum, ia adriuKia .......... .. IS s w WHSBK.L,V KHP1HI. Onaennyparaiuiuat,... .... .iMw,,. .S 00 l'h fiapiasolniulatMfrae of peHtng-e tn Mont f outery eoualy. paymeat m adraooe iu alleaeaa." JOB ,IJNTXI3src if Twjr dewnption, eieeuted on Hteaui Preaaas, i tae beat atria, and at reasonable prlreit. VOL. XIV . DAYTON,: OHIO: WEDNESDAY. FElUttfAllY .",4. E Itf6 NO. 171. j ADVl-HTUIRO ftAlftl, i - " IN 111 1 1, a, jimr, teljehly wrd, aotrtj; ! nu.B.. vum sfiiars. mum weRM.aM..M..M... ,t,,m Otl sHiUaU, on moKiii vm jnir, thr numth,.... Ttt, ...., 7 jutir';. Mil moaitia,.. iv IN ttfckJkLY. iuisrre,Kbl; r run, ou k..,.w....M m i'f umiiire, ecti wftck in ivUilitiuu, k r f-jur, ou year, , 1 MrVrmt (ur A(vertiHemMit otM-uyiug m grim ' tmj or bn ft longer puriod Uida Mrv fpeuitifHt, miui ktiuwn m Ui Oouduii Koom. All MvilitiM'DM l 1 ftiwuiiar...

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. — 4 February 1863

WM. T. LOOAJf, Kflltor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY a, 1863- Vallandigham's Speech. ,-AfWf 6teifrtiw fr- ajttiab the great .peecli of Horn C, L. Val LAKDl0WK. il neat pamphlet form, print t&p& Mir tbu tyrt ' Smgl. wpica, fire sjetttv N WM shooliWaU to wsnre copy, and presarv. it as a history of liines through which w bavw pso W -Tba Hons Military Committee We decided to report favorably on the hill for raiting 20,000 one year volunteer in Kentucky, to serve wherever the Preoi dent may order tbem. ; ."Call ipiriU from the vasty deep," 4c "" 'gsrA. rebel force of over 2,500 with artillery, attacked the Gunboat New Era, 'at Island No.' 10, on Sunday night. The fight lasted till morning when the rebels withdrew without effecting their purpose. A band, supposed to be a part of the same b -dy, attacked Fort Donalson yestcrdny morning, and at last accounts the fighting t wsa still going on. XarSpocial Washington dispatch to the Cincinnati Gaxettt, i-ays : "The Globe' I report of IIbkry Not...

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. — 4 February 1863

Dry Goods. 3sr o Q 0 , QOBMCR MAUI AND SgOUNV aTBBKTB. ! rVAkfUktiMiLt&n fox, (Suocaaaor. to.TOllNjVANIWBEN 00.) Z E Y (ip O, D 8 . UHKCft, roLlRD AND INDIA SILAS, BtSI' B HAMAS BLACK SILK, f LAIN AMU FANCY MoKAMBlQ,UBB, fLAlU CAUL lh. cUuiBlt, CHECK POPLINS. A large utoek of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BK3T MAKK ANU BHAI'IC NOW BUI.Ii. 'TKAVELLiti ' IMIESS OOI)S ; Plain ad Chaek, In gTMl Tariaty. ' ' A beautiful Una , ITreach Organdie,, French- Uwnj.Urrna- A job lot SO I.I U COLORED UgKAUKS; -t,i. nl. . WhM) waarwaaWagat balk rmcK. uc$Qiirjrung, Jfress , Goods; Black Bombaldi, ' Black Chalhaa, ' Black balaioaa, Blank Alpia, Black Tamartlnaa, - Blank Urap Marata, blat'k 0rapa Oollar., Black Crapa Vwla,. Black Lore Vaila, Black winglMina, Bl'k Kr. A Kng. Crape., Blai-lj pnula. UlNUHAMS "nTl' OHINTZKS, Vent make, new style, ., k; id a o v;ks . Short Sacks, Cloth t Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls. Law Points, &c. Our utock it large and desirable, comprising nil the ;! Dif fp...

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. — 4 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVII. CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. Horrsl Mr Dates, from the Committee oa Elections, made a favorable report on the credential of Mr Benjamin V Flanders and Michael Uahn, ai Repreentativ from the I at and 2d Congreaaional District of Louisia na. Laid over fur further consideration. The Houae look np the bankrupt bill Several gentlemen ei pressed a desire to ad dreia the Uonaa on tb subject, and others wished to offer amendmenta. Mr Koaooe Conkling, who reported the bill, and who ha lb charge of it, (aid it details could not enter into the Tote, which must depend npon iM principle. He therefore aaked that it receive a square vote, and urged prompt action. .Mr Kellogg moved to table the bill Agreed to 30 against 63. Mr Conkling, who had changed hi vote to Ih attirmativ lor the purpose ol enabling biro to rnor a reconsideration of ill Tote, made that motion accordingly. t 'Mr Kellogg moved to lay Conkling' motion on the t...

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. — 5 February 1863

iU)LLM EVlllt LOGAN, Bmplr BttlUliif, ItO Malft Ntrae, . daily KMriaio. , Per wm, (oaywbla to Oimtn.nMMm By mail per auuum.ie w1vmm, WKIHLtKflPlRtt astri he Kmpiab otrultH(ro of peatMtfe tn Woni tfomary oouuty. 'ay iueu. m a"Aee is ae4eaaae.va job iiti2srxirTO (l every denntton, eAtmtd cm etBin Preeeee, Is lie bewl lyl, end ml rtMMulinble prw-ee. I i Special Notices. 00 TO LEWIS L. UlLLILANU'B,. No. t), Mak.kt Utrkkt. i 11a hat no a large lui of itupeciur llams, I toed Ucef, to., ol tin own coring, together with a full aupijtj of l'reh Meat, lor sale at all hour. ja.lU liin.. , Napoi.koh, Hear; Co., 0., Jul 1, ItfiH.. Dr. C. W. Koback, l)tar Mr :-k'T : the benefit of suffering humanity, permit ui to bu- nouuee, through tueoolumuaol your uiruular, the urprisioij proportiei of Tour ScanJina- viau Blood Vunlier and Blood 1'illa, which it a lure cure lor Indigestion and iiiver Lm ulaint. We have eeveral person! in town. who have been iuffering with Liver Complaint and Indigeation, and n...

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. — 5 February 1863

,snv Pi' ii-' M Vallandigham's Speech. I - AtW thar will be prepared" to (for- 'ffla tha oel ih l-f tTnn.-O.' L. Vl- ... ,, , . . , vii.r . LCTOHiH. in neat pauipiiiei iuhu, iu.- ..- . . . . ..,1 4.1 V , , - M t3n new Clear type, ouigie i, tC eente.! Ktteu htokiiOLttf.CHi l .t .,.. . KUiri- ..f iiml 1 IT u jmottc.w T - - -, 'through which we have paaseJ. i V jrThe total debt of Ohio i put down I at 917,021,041,90. ' What it will be af. I ter another year of war, and her propor- tionfor buying negroes is added on, we shudder to think.'.' lThe Democracy have made a great gam in the stronghold of Abolitionism 1 Medina end.Lorain countiesat a special Senatorial election held last month, to fill a vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Prof. Monhoe. The Democracy reduced the Abolition majority to lese than 1.400. Last fall the opposition majority was S,- 200. This is a great triumph, aud indi- cat the overwhelming - defeat of ; Abol tionism next fall. "There is a good time coming." Bre...

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. — 5 February 1863

Dry Goods. NO. B 3 , f- OoqtM Mfltl AND HrJCON B STREETS. VANDOKKN, MILLKK FOX, (HuoceaeotatoJ01IJVAWllRENAlX.) - 13 li:Y. PADS . C'HKUK, POLaRD AM) INDIA R1LKS. BkUT H II AM Jo ubAUk. SILK, PLAIN AMU FaSc. MuZAMHItlUKS, CHECK POPLlTiS. t .A Urgmtwk M i . ' .. ' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' HK.1T MAKK AND KHAPIS NOW MOLD. TRAYELI.VU DRESS (SOOHS ; Plaiu and Check, in great variety. , . A beAUUAtl line rreut h Org-ndles, trench Lawns, tii-ena- . .,, , dlnci n J Uerngcs. , A job lot SOLID COLORED KEIt M.K.S ; .'V.'. VW wa 4 Midnc at mlV puicbV.'' ' - Mourning Dress Goods; 'BUc-kBorafauims,,' , Bla.-I. Challiaa, Hlock Dttlaiufta, blfu-k. Alpaot-iUi, Hlaok Tain art men, Black Orapa Mar Ate, fctlarlt Crape Collar, Black Orv VetlM,, UlHck Luta Vaila, Mlarlc Wing tm ins, Bl'k jfr.A- Kutf.Ompa, liUtvk hnuia. (HNIHIAMS anl OJIINTZKH, Bt make, uew atyla, KIDGOVES. Short Sacks, tloth Oustm, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls. Lace Points, &c. Our iiMk u. laraja and itmlle, eoinpnuiig all tlw - new a...

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

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVI CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. Horn Mr Darwes, front tit - CoronaiUe oo ElMttoa, rportd advar! on lb cre dentials of J P MoClood. claiming Mat from tb Soase) District of Virginia; and also on th application of hi totuealant, W. W. Wing. Th Bona by a rot ' of Tl against 63, passed th bill reported jeetardav authorising lu Saoratarj of War to eontrmot for the cou atraetiiiB of a telegraphic cable from Foru MoHeary or Monroe, to Galveston or New Orleans and tha immediate points. Tb bill reported from tha Judiciary Com anttua by Hickman, earn op. It provides for a board of three oommiaiionar at aalary of 8 re thousand dollar par aoDoai, to reviee and codify the general statute of tha United Stntea Rejected 41 to 66. Mr Olin from the Com mitt on Military Affair reported a bill for the eonitraction of a ihip canal from the Mississippi to Le Michigan, and for the enlargement of the Erie and Oawego oanal, to ad...

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

ilOLLMEVEK .., ,L.09AN. Empire Building. 1 10 Mala fetreeC " " DAILY MPIaS. '-' Par mt, (payabla to Oamaral .J ..........I 19 By Ml par aouum, IB a! ranoa, ....... 0h whui itriHi.'1';;"" ' Oaspnpy par annum,... '...... ;.....v.!!..4 00 "l b Bunas airaulalaafraa of peataga ia. Muni I omtrreouiiiy. Payment in ad.aaea ia aUoaaaa. job PRiNTINO"k';;;;J. f ry d4orifaon( xacutJ on Staim lraaM, ! M bMi lyl. Mhi at rtHMUfiwibl ptfi. - .,sv . Special Notices. . QacEXSACU at a f minis. -A. H. Westf- will tell W heeler k Wilson s Sewing AUchimts at the old price, and take greenbacks at one lorth of a cent premium. Hull for West. )(. It' So. If yon have a hard job of hem ming, tucking, cording, brading or filling to do, take It to the Wheeler A Wilson Sewing. Machine office, where 70a will get it aon ia the most workmanlike' manner, at thejcl Waktco. A little girl from the age of I'i to 14, who can come wall rc com men a oil and wishes to learn 10 opcrat a Hewing Machine, can get imployment at 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. — 6 February 1863

WM. T. I..CX3S-AWI mttni FRIDAY, FEBRUARY t, 1863. Vallandigham's Speech. W ere Bore-fully- prepared U for. null tb great tpeerh of Hon. C. L. Vat LlSDluiAat, id Beat pamphlet form, print ed on w clear type. Single' topiee, five cent;' No nn ahoulJ fail to tmr a copy and pre St a 4 WaAory of timp through which we hare patted, j A mother and her two danghter; frOm Nathrillo, were taken to Camp Ohate latt Wednesday. Prieonere of war, we pre lum. We eould fill our entire paper every day for a month, with letter from eoldier in the army, declaring their hoatility to the policy of the Adminittration, and express ing a detire for peace. TA Waehington deapnUih tayt " the Adminittration hat decided to have in iU eervice none but firm etipportere of itt pol icy." Does this include the toldiert ! If to, Abba&ax will be without an army in a very thort time. jCyThe Abolition papert are parading with great glee the nsertion of General BtRNtiD that " the war must be fought out." Well, why don...

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

Dry Goods. no. o a , VANDOKKN, MIL.L.KK & FOX, (Buocauou loJU,N, V ANDOJIKN CO.) CHECK, POLAR L AND INDIA SILKS, PLAIN AND FaNCT Mofcala'hlO.IJKB, ( PLAjlD ,1-ADIa LllutHk., C H E C K POP LI MS. .,. LADIES AND MISSES ' H00P-4Kl(IS BUST MARK AND HHAl'K NuW HOI.il, TKAVtmU ,u MitSS" GoOfa' Plain aad Check, Id greal yanety. . ..il. , A ... i,i.1.,i rreuch Organdies, rrenba. Uwitii, (.reus- lob W ,,,'! tOLIU COLORED ' BEKAUES) MourxiiiigA Dress Goods; Black Bemoaiin, .Blank Challie. ,'... V -black Delainee, ' Black Alpaccaa, Black Temertioae, Blank Crepe MaraU, Black Urape Dollar., Black Orape Veil.,, Black Lot Vaila, Black aingh.tn., UINUHAMH and OHINTZKH, Ht male. bw tyl. r, ,( ... ICI I Ci O V Jii H. Short Sacks, JJlolli ., Dusters, BILK MANTIttAS,"1 Shawls, Lace Points &c. Our .tuck i large and deairable, oonipa mm all lire uw and .arteu taita.aad faartal ihe,ka.fiW mar-' keta, end ara ottering greet inducement. Ui UA3H end uaoHl' TlMtC buret. , WeourdieUy.Miviteanin.pee tio...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. WmsiOTo, February- Tk evidence in the McDowell oourt cut ia cleared. General McDowell will oo Monday submit ft Mainnl reviewing iba tMtioMnT. 11 Tbo reports lo regard to lot encounter (ff Charleston being from rebel sources or doubt lees greater axaf get-ated. There has bee no interrnption of the blockade end inch imir ptioa will not be admitted b the Government. A telegram wee reeeiTed to-day from Fort reel Monroe, earing, General IHx ia la receipt of rebel newt from Charleston, to the 3d iost at whieh line tbat port was taoroatfhly block aded, the federal troa-elada laving tasids the wooden ships, the former were not with the leet at the time of the attack or the let Inst. An attack on the city was momentarily ex pected. The fall io cold, and the recent deprecia tion of United Slates Stocks, is hailed here as evidencing the eon6dent anticipation of moo ted men that the national free banking bill and ge...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 February 1863

.ioi.i.M k v i; h a? r,o ; v n . Jfy RitVii (m iV-iti mi,, I Jl H-i ......... ,, h () Iftc-P7 p' rxtvimt) (0 " f !.,. K win. .-i.-..-nl..N-Mfr t i it .(',,; : '(,, ..i. ,roa i j iiN'rxna . i 4 '. if, -Oil ll I'.-i'ii 'it jt:.-hh, ' Special Notices. jilKl".t,'a AT I'KKMIItV. A. II. W'vrl w;U sr!; '.Vhcrhr 4 ,V--..t.'s iJajtiati at the uM price, and toko greenbacks tit una lurtli (if it omit premium. llully lor Wu.it. ! It 8a If yon have a hard job of heur nuug, lucking, cording, trading or lilluig to do, take it to the Wheeler & Wilson Hewing Machine olbce, where yuu will get it uoiiu in the most workmanlike manner, at the old price, by one of the best operator Waatko. A little girl from the' e'il la to 14, who can come well ravomnifiidcd and wishes to learn to operate a Sowing lUjurruinu, can get iruployment at the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine office, '. ' ., ,. ! ir oiTr ant woou tiinn, . 00 TO ' , . ; LEWIS L OILLIL A N D'S,! " . No. 9, Mabkkt Stmckt..- v . .. " ; lie h...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 February 1863

WM. T. i. OOAN, Kill lor. HATUltOAY, FEBRUARY 7, 186. trh ia reported that 8ueO 0ao propose to laai a Matt hiigada '"into th heart of tha twballion." , Wa pxtj the member of that brigade. Smoi will Dot only roba than of thair rations, but, if ha haa half a chance, will ateal tha laat shin plaster from thair pocket, whlla tbey sleep around tha camp fir. wL aenL Um to tha guard bouaa if thajr roaka complaint about it. l-'a ervaech aver delivered in tha iislls of Congress haa bad auch a general demand from the people a tha one lately delivered by Hon. C. L. Vllaiqh1s Notwithstanding ita great length, it ia be- Dubluhed in all tha Democratic pa .r. nf this State, and in every State in the NorthweBt and East. And notwith standing ita eeneral circulation through ik. mwlinm of the press, hundred of thouandi are being sold in phamphlet form, and the supply is not eqnal to the demand. This fact alone, is a tnoetciib W rebuke to his slanderers. "Cease, vi o pers, you bite a file. Conway's Spe...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 February 1863

Dry Goods. XnT O a e . . OOBHJCB MAID AB HBOOND iTAVETS. VAhTDOKfakMiLliin & It ox., (Hiwoeeeot. lo JOHN, VAMiUBEM Co.) 33 RY G Q.O D 8 . CHROK, FOLaRO AN1 INDIA SILKS, UttsT B LAN be ULAUM. SILK, plain anu fancy mdzambioubs. rLAlU PAUL Iri Ululttb, CHECK POPLINS. , A largs nUn-k of . . i LADIES AND MISSES HOOP .KIKT.' BKaT MAKK AND SHAPE MOW BOI.il. TRAYELLti MESS GOODS ; Plain l Check, In great Tnriety. A beautiful Una rreiiih Organdies, French Lwni,tireii , dine nd lerge, A job lot SOL.ll COLORED ' UEII.4UKH ; ' Which w M aellidg at Bal )'moli.. , Mourning .Dress t' Goods; Black Bombasine, Black Challiea, Blank Oelaiuee, ' Mack Aipmvaii, pilaok TamartlllM, Black Uraie Maretx, Black Crap Collars, Ml Orane Veil... Black l.or Voile, BUck uuigliMiiia, 1)1' k r'r. Kng. Crape., Black Print.. UlNOMAMa Bnd ' CHINTZ MS, Haw Alyta. Joaabrsvldarlaa, Ate. Baal mak, naw stylo, . icit a. oves; Short Sacks. Cloth Dusters, SILK AO.A.2rTIZ.lA.B, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our stock in large...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 7 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. CONTRABAND. Niw Yoat, Feb. 6. Jootraraaa. gooa. bavin, rch.d the b.U J ' , .1.1 i a.... k. .uk. coooe wwni.r'"""!-"" u. a . ' Haa I juvU In M U nDH HH. W IW out .pectai "" " V" . T A letter vo vrwuera. " tier to UtDWW tiftou United DUeiM injui at buhiw? i Million, of dollar, worth of ooUoo NU .1 ..hi. .11 nl Bhixh i aant back u the rebele in the lhape of powder, lead blank' ete. and ehoer, in Uot everything that can be used by their army. An order waa then there for aU hundred thousand blenkhta. J E Bayler, aayi the Utter, U getting nd another expedition for the iovaeioa of Ah- dm and New Mexico and intendt to etart Union men are hung in Texat oa the flight, V t.nf German, were attacked on Rio (nd. bvlT.aao R.n, but ot away with one wounded and the lo.. of their horwa. !.! army. I FROM NEW ORLEANS. Nkw Yoaa, Feb 6 The .teamer Koanoke, from New Orlean. 28th and Havana 3Ut nil., arrived thi morniug. Newa very meagre. The De...

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

rvlLUmD SYaaf 4tTMK0M, tT UOLLMKYKK LOGAN. Enplre Building, IK) Main Htreet. DAILY KNPIKI, Par fMki (uayaNs to Uarrtara). by mail wr auuum, id dnM,HH,M, .1 13 ..- M WKIKM BNP1HI. Oiia..opr per annum,... ...... m Ia 00 aTl'ha Kanas olrsulataa ftae of paaUa In Mont gotnsry oouuty. "aymauimadvauualn ailoaaas." JOB PRINTING lit awy dowripuon, nieouwd oo Hloain PranMi,ln ha be.l alyla, au.l tit rHonat,la uricea. Special Notices. UaKKNSAUkS AT A 1'HKMIUM. A. 11. Welt will fell Wheslor 4 Wilaou's Sewiug Machiuts al the olJ price, and take greenbacks at one lurtb ot a cent premium, uun; iur nest. It's So. ll you have a hard job of hem ming, tucking, cording, bradiug or tilling to do, lake it to the W healer Si Wilaon Sowing Machine ollice, where you will get it dune in the most workmanlike manner, at the old price, by one of the beet operators. Wanted. A little girl from the age o( 12 to 14, who can come well recommvuded and wishes to learn to operate a Sewing Mucin ue, can get imployment 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. — 9 February 1863

nilv'J&mjfitt, 3 WM. T. I.OIiAN, Kdttor. MONDAY. FEBRUARY , 1863. is Vallandigham's Speech. W ar now fully prepared to fur nisn th great ipecl of Hon. C. L. Val lahdiobau, in neat pamphlet form, print ed oa new clr type. Singl copiea, fiv cnU, No man ihould fail to ecurt a copy, and preserve it if v history rf times through which we hv passad. Oiobob F. Thai wm arretted at St. Louit by United Sutea detectors, and given the alternative of leaving the State or going h jail. He choose the formeT, and immediately "skedadelled." Of what value will an Union be that netd links of bsjon.lt and bullets to hold it togeth er. If any Bute will go from ns, let it go. Indianapoli Journal, Republican. Indeed. . Then what in the thunder are you "gassing" about yThe Princess Royal has arrived from ofl Charleston, and brings a confirm ation of the fight and driving off of our blockading fleet. The report says our ves sels were djiven off, but claims that none were sunk. atyNo fighting is expected...

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