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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 February 1863

Dry Goods. 1ST O 68. .j ,OUR(iR Mild ND 8E00MD ITIET. ' (Buooeeeoie to JOHN, VANDOREN OO.) D BY ap,9DH. CHECK, EOLAHD AND INDIA HII.K3, REST BllANIw ULACH MILK, I' LAIN AND PANOY Mor.AHHiQUES, 1'LAID PAUL I'h. l.UulRfc, CHECK POPUNS. A Imrga tuck of LADIES AND MISSES KOflP. SKIRTS' 11 EST MARK AMU KU Al'ii MOW HUM l. ; TKAYELLVU 'MtESS GOODS; Plain aad Check, lb great variety. ' A beautiful line , ( rrench Organdlei, Vrenuli lawni, Vreaa dine and Beragen A jublul SOLID COLORED II Kit A 44 DM ; . . .1... a . Wrileh weereierfllrrg.al HALr PRIirK. ' Mourning r Dress Goods; ' Black Bombasta!, ' ' 1 Blank Clialhea, ' ' , black lielaiuee, lihu-k Alpaivaa, black tiuiiariiiiea, ttlaek urepe Marets, Ulaek Crap Collars, attack Jrap VeilH,, Ulat'k Low Veda, aMaek Uiugtiauiii, Wi lt Kr. A Kiig.Orape., ttlauk frmit. a i n i i' UMs ma ' a i u ntzks, Bent make, uew style, KID GOVE8. Short Sacks, (Jloth Ousters, BILK MANTILL.A8, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our itork ia larga and deiralilo, coiunii...

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. — 9 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBELS IN KENTUCKY. Locieviixi, February T. A dispatch from OlMgow, Kentucky, of tbaGth, says the rebels under reueuson ntl Hamilton are agato car' rvingoff citizens and committing ail aorta of depredation!. OUR BLOCKADING FLEET FROM CHARLESTON. PaiLLADtLMiA, February 8. -A prise twnw, tha Prince Royal, arrived to do irom oa VBarieston. She brings a partial con6rrnation of tie at tack on oar blockadinc fleet off Charleston. The Keystone Bute had 23 killed, and the jMeroeaita naa lour Killed. Our teeeeui were all driven off, bnt no were sunk. THE REBEL ARMY OF VIRGINIA— THE REBEL ARMY OF VIRGINIA— CABINET MATTERS. PaiLADKLFBia, February 8. The Sunday Transcript ha a dispatch from Washington which says there i no enemy in foro at r red rickbarg. Most of them bare been lent to Blackwater or to Vicksburgtbe only force leu oenind Ming about lo,UUU,au ample num ber to prevent the pauage of tbe Rappahan nock at the preaeut seas...

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. — 10 February 1863

DAILY HKPltB. i. Vmt a., 4 payable te Umtm)WM. bjr nail per auuum, In adTaode,. ...... I 15 WKKKLV ICnMMJD. , , .. . , I One ropy per annum ...i... .ttt 00 aerl'lie Burial oiruuleteN rre of paftutge in Mont gomery oouuty. Payment in adveuuetn alloaaee." job inusTTiisrc a,iL M erery dawnption. enuu-'t (o 8t4in Presses, ha Dual .lylw, au.l l rmrtiii. pru. rviuiOTB itii T wrmroag, st ilOLLMliVKH ) LOOAN, Empire Building, I to Main Street.' Special Notices. LEWIS L. Q1LLILAK D'Si .. N 9, Hunt Bnki,' ' lie ban uow a larga loC of superior Ilauu, Dried lieef, &c, u! bia own vunug, iogailitf witu a lull aupply of Fresh Maal, lor aale- at all bourn. ' ja.13 6m. i Napoi.ok, Ucarj Co., 0.f July7,'18j8. ! Dr. C. W. Kobauk., Vear Sir .-for the benefit of auU'oriDg humanity, perin'tt ua to au- uuuutBt ujrougu lus uuiuiuua 01 jrour viruuuar, Ike aurpiiaiag propertiea of your Scandina vian Blood l'unner and Blood Pills, vbicli la a aura cure for Iudigeatiou and Liver Com plaint. ' We have aever...

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. — 10 February 1863

r-r. -i I - X " T 1 T rr 7 WM. T. 1X)AM, KdlMr. WEDSE3DAV. FEBRUARY 10, 1BSX Vallandigham's Speech. W am mow ully to niah tha great tpeecb of Iton. C. L. VaL lawdiobam, in, neat pamphlet form, print ed on new clear type, . Single copiet, five cents, No roan should , fail to aecjire a copy, and preserve it' ' 1iMnry ot times through which we ha paused, s c WImmw a considerable section, o( oar tTnion Bha.ll deliberately resolve to to oat, hall resist ell eoeroive measure designed to keep it id. We bop never to nv in r publio whereof one MClion it pinned to the residue by bayonet. JN tork mount. That don't accord yery wall with your "on to Richmond" key, old whit hat. Your organ ii evidently out of tune, "Suppose Too go to war, yon cannot fight always, and when, after much Iom on botb i,ta and no vain on either, f ou ceiue fiirht- inr, the old identical question! as to terms of intercoarae are npon too. Aoranam j.m coin' Inaugural Aidret; March , IbGl. That's so. Father Abbaham, and th...

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. — 10 February 1863

Dry Goods. tfAtfDoitt.'LLKrt A FtSx, (Buoce.-oi, to JOHN, VAUOBEN UO.) r ii x, i i b . OIIKCk, FOLAKU AND INDIA H1LK8, BK1T HHANbo UIjACK rtll.K. 1-I.AlN AMi FANCY MuZAM HKjUES, I' LA IK I'AMU l)h I llulllh., CHECK POPLINS. A Uug u.'k ol r i I ' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP WIBT HK.iT MAKK AN U BHAI'K NUW HOLD. I .. TKAVELIM MESS GOOIW ; I'lalu aad Cliark, In great variety! j A boauuiuliua , kl , rrench Organdies, French Uwnt,tii-fit- , tllnrs nd Ueragtis. ' A Job lot solid t'OLOUUD libit t;i:s; WI1M1 Wear telling It IAi:i;' J'mVv,' A ., Mourning. Dress Goods; Hliwrtr Boinbajtinea, u'. Biark UtuUlivii', ...t . WIlMrk .relamcn, itlrh-k AlpatiwM. Blm-k Taiiiartin), Ulwk Crapa MarntJi, ..lark Urape Collar, Htvk Urapa VhiIm,, Ulwk li Vttilft, Mlm'k WiiifthaniN, iil'k Kr. OmjHM, BlwuU i'nutit. O JN(il I AM h'"h1 ' CiilNTZ KH, , ft aw tty. Ktubrolirlv V. "it BM nmka, uw atyle, , , 1CIX GLOVES. Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, 3XL1C MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. our HUM'k ik lTKfi and (UiNi...

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

By telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM COLUMBUS. Colvbbos, Feb 9 JuoV Ranney was nvn in In.iLl a . . ,1 ,w . W k.a M.t inail I K beuoh. .Jade Wok is now Chief Justice Th Court bM sxljouroed over to Thursday of mil hi. jar catneart, oroooi uoiaoiia sionar elect, took possession of bia office to- SUED FOR LIBEL. Niw Yoac, Fab 9 leasee Cook baa sued Horse Urely foe libel. ALARM AT CHARLESTON. New Yoac, Fab. I Dispatches from Char- Briton atata tba re porta brought thera by the JlrttisB rrfgate Uadmus bad alarmed tba oiu en. who vara leaving rapidly. , . Rebel correspondence from Fredericksburg slates thai the iaokee army ie likely to be annihilated at any time, by a sudden dash of ine rebels. LATER FROM EUROPE. ,,lUurt.x, Feb J The Euro pa, from Liv- erpool on the Z.tn, and tjueeuslown on tba 6ih, arrived bei a this afternoon. I'M Pans Correspondent of the London Times bas reason to know that official instruc tions bava been sent by the French Oovern- . mem ...

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. — 11 February 1863

rvBMnu ! AmiHooa, if r , Atmplrf, MulMlng, I lo Main Mtreet., i ,i DAILY KHP1RK. Par waak, (nayahl.to Uarriera) Hy mail iwrauuum, loft'lffuii:e . 0 UMPIHKt 1 V , On "onjrp!-Annum, ... .... 'J I'tM KriB (tiraitlHtixIrb of hIu iu Muni goinary oouuiy. Fiiymajitii advaooeia alloaa." job iii3sra?i3src uf a vary denuriiition, xtnutl ,tn HUtum t'reaaea.tn h lwt atyli, anil iU riwiijbl prurn - Special Notices. Ik' 1UII HAST tiMB HASH 00 TO LEWIS. L. G1LLIL AN Nl). 9, MaKKKT Sl'KBBT. ... II bM now k lure lot or aiiperiur iliinw, Dried Beef, &a., ol bia own canngv together with lull eepply of Freeh Meat, tor unlit iu nil houre, " ' ' , , f ' Napoleon, Ileory Co., 0., July t,U$jtf.' . lr. U W. lioBictL, ieor Mr :-l''or. the benefit of suffering humanity, iutiiat us to W nouuce, through tnecolumnaot your Cirvulw, the snruriaing properties of jour SouiuliiiU yin BIixkI Purilier and BlooU i'illa, wUioh is a sure core for Indigestion and Liver Com plaint. We have several persons in towii, ; wh...

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. — 11 February 1863

N. S. .. 7 ... ..H.M..W H. W '.. v WM. T, tUaAh, auditor. THURSDAYS FKBrtPArtT'tl," I8S. Vallandigham's Speech. . n -if. - .... . . I el on new elearvtyae. Single. copie,fiv 'eenti. Xo6iyhUU JaiTto laacira a roof. nd preset it if lirstriry of time Startling Rumor. the Cincinnati Qutell of thit morning ha ' f1i following wonJefTrrl tumor i-i , . It i tinted here" that Oea. Schenck will, probably nmf hie aeat i Congrees, bein- n willing to leave tb arm? while the war re main! on head. Wbaa he eooMated to ru it waa expected the war woo Id be over before Congress met Should he resign, it U feared that Vallendighero'eeheaeee lor the ueces ion will again be fair, Death of Mr. Longworth. Yesterday afternoon, NicnoLAt -woitk departed thii life at hii residence ib Cinciunati, aged 8t rears. Mr. L. ' was one of the earliest settler of the 8ta.tr, having come to Cincinnati in 1804 ; and he has been closely identified with thj growth and prosperity of the city ever since. lie was one of the wea...

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. — 11 February 1863

Dry Goods. NO. 68. , 1 11 .Oukuka. tkii a&iJ fttrd at alert' VANDOKKN, MII.I-IJH A l-'OX., (HuueaaaOtt W JOHN! TANDOItKN UO.) D livY, cToO D B . L'HRCK, rULAKI) AND INDIA ML.",, , ' bST HIIANIM III.AI H KII.K, 'LAIN AMI KANCY MllKAMhlliUKS, PLAID PAUL i'l-, i HulMk, CHECK POPLINS. 4 IrtigK elm It Ml . , i .. 1 LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' HKST MAKK AMI HIIMH JliiW nll.i, tkMLLVii mess tiooi,s ; Tlitiu aa.l Clunk, in grunl vanvly. ( - ' Ix-iimlnil Una ' t ' "; ' ; Kreiuh Organdlt'A, Kri'iicli l.avyuii, Ukhr- illHM ami UffMKI 1 " . ... .. A Joutwl i - ' - J. MO Mil OMKt:i .fCltA.!, ; ' WhiKh wcP-llilinl(flAI.I'1,U,K.' Mourning; Dress ; Goods; Black liomlMiinM. " toluol dmUm",' UlW'k tiail.fa, lltrtt'k AllMMM'ttft, Hlark TttiiiartiiiN, Ulmk t;rt. Maretr., Ulm-k 3rM tioltara, tiim-k Urn,, hiIh, , ilM'k ..or VimIh, MltW'k Ui.iKhitlllM, feTt. r, Mim.UMi .Mavtf i'i,ui. UlNUIjAMH iau7l V I I ' iM in nke, nn fltyl., ' 1 jc id a - O V ES. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, BILK MANTiJ-VAB, , S...

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. — 11 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. MORE OF MORGAN'S MEN. NilBTiLU, February 10. Oar en tared Lebanon, Tennessee, on theSOu They captured soms 600 rebels, most of them being of Morgan's command. - ,.... i Mm; field offioers were taken. Among the prieonen we Penl Andereen, a iolent rebel ad member of the State Legislature of I860 and 1862. He m n original secessionist, attd one of the srliest advocate of n Sooth em Confederacy. . CAPTURE OF GOODS—THE MONTAUK. Washoto, Feb. 10. A portion of CoL Bakers detective co rye seized 180 cue of boots end shoes in transit serous the Potomac from Laoohardtown, in Maryland, designed for the Sooth. ' 1 The goods and smngglers were taken to Washington nnder guard. From what ii said here in well informed circles, Capt Worden's object in proceeding to Ft McAllister with the Montauk, was not to reduce the work, but merely to test the ef fect of the shot upon the turret of his vessel, and npoa which the rebels steel-pointed sh...

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

POSLiaSWD BTSS1 .VTBaNCKHI, Bff ilOLLMKYKIl Jb LOGAN. Empire HaUdlng', Mali! fetr-Aet ' j UAIL.Y KM PI R. ft. Per week, teyaMe to CMrrtr).HM...., is ny mati pir annum, in mlItwmmi,.., Oueoopy primm,....'u.;.;.i...U...:i,V.'M.Jj to The Kmimk airuuliUuirtt ol page tti Mont gomery aouiiiy. .Vymoiii .ti advaaoe iu Ml.oea."ei jog j?iiJsrrrxisro"-) "f erery dnittinpiion, eawiiU'if lie heat lyU-, n.l t rwiu'titl. Special Notices. 00 TO LEYYIH L. QILLIL AX ITS, No. , Markkt BTHKit.1 -utrtM lie has now a larire lot of superior Hanii, Dried beef, tc, of tiia own cui-iug, totfoiUdr with a full aupply of l'Vesli Meat, lor sal 'at ail hours. ja.13 tint, j Naholkok, lieory Co., 0., July 7, ltfiSV , ' Dr. C. V. Koback, Dear Sir ;--For ihe benefit of suffering humanity, permit as td a nouuee, through the cgluinns ot your Circular, the surprising properties of your Heandtna vian Blood Further and Blood I'ilU, wuiuh u a sure cure for Indigestion and Liver Own-, i.f- t i i.. . ' piaitii. vtq nave seve...

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

w -v ef JAW m. WM. T. JCtlttW. FRIDAY. FKBRUAftV 11, U6S. Vallandigham's Speech. ti of Hon.' On L. Vai jfcASWOaMCU W Pnlblct form print . i 4t r. IW.'ypfc ..8gt .copiM. cents, No matr ' should full to ecor I opyJ and' ptWaerW ill listtwy If limn through which hrt passed.' to' to A Stupid Trick. Th Indiauapoli OmeUe filthy little Abolition sewer ia that city opie par agraph of our wherein w characterise the Rsrpuhlieaa party aa ar ant warranted b? it practice, and, aiibitiinting tha word Democratic for Republican, crdiu the perversion 1o the Eknu. Tb trick ! at contemptible- ia execution m it ii poverty- iti irken in expedient. The Beginning. t . k A negro regimen baa been ; taken to Ship Island, and quartered in tba camp with white eoldiera. Tba coiueqnrt.ee i M might ba expected tha white troops protest against it, and are in a condition bordering on mutiny. VTe hear of other similar instances. We have the begin ning. We will probably aoon have the end. A Secession Sympathizer. Mr....

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

Dry Goods. jst o . ,1 OukNKB MAI AJU HCNl ITSST V A N 1 O It li N ,M I L. L, li It & FOX, (Huoueaioia to JUU(H, V AM)UB EN (X.) 33 11, X. 8 . CHKCK, roLAKII ANI' 1.NIUA HUM, blCS'l' HltAND.-l lluAC. SU.L., I'l.AlN AMI KAN lit MO.1M1IIUUKH, 1'l.AlLj I'AlU J'K llnlKh, , C H ECK P 6 P LI MS . ; LADIES AND MISSES WOOP SKIRTS IIKHT MAKK AMI nUAI'li KuW MOI.I.. i TK.aYELf.YU" ifflKSiT GOOflH ; t'Liu aad Chk, in great variety. 1 .A Uuiit'ul iu. i ,. , , , ! much Organdies, Krcliib Lawns, (irona , . liluvn AMUvrasei. i A jol, lot HOI.IH OI.OItKO IlKlt it:H ; ' ;WMWk M.yniog t i).i..V.V')iiiiiL'i'' Mourning Dress Goods; l'k Rolnhaiiuea, . . Uuik tihalliHM... , i ; tlllU'k llluill, llllM-K Alll!U'MXt Hlai-k Tmnartine., Black Crn)e Mntetx, Itlie'k Uraje Collar., itlurk Orn Veil,,, Ulm-k Uive Veil., BlM k biUKlmiiia, IM'k Kr. A KugUcoi'ttt, Ulml'riui. (ilNllllAMH ami U1IINTZKH, .i ;.av',ttyloiUrlleleauae4 1 Rent iniiuu, uew etyla, , v. .. , t KID GOVKS. Short Sacks, Moth butters, Shawls, 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. — 12 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. MERCIER'S VISIT TO RICHMOND. Waiiotoiv, Feb. ll.-Thefofloo, com municatign was transmitted t th Senate to day: To Tl Puutnf OF t t'jflTtD StAT: Th Secretary of State, to whom u refer. " 14 a reeolution of lb Senate, passed th yih of February, in the word. Saolvd, That lot President of th United State bo reqaeeted it cotntnunicat to tb Senate, il not incompatible wild lb pablic iuMrnU, tb character of tbe su?etlons made by tb Secretary of Stat to M Meroier, a narrated in bit eonmnnition to M Thouv enal,nder datofth 13 th of April Ititwhicb induced M Mercier to nudertaa bit miuioo to Richmond lo tht month, sod what repre sentations, if any, he was authorized to make from this Government, or from the Secretary to th Confederate Government, baa th hon or lo submit th following report: That no aufrgotlion were mad to M Mer rier, by the Secretary of State, that induced, or were designed or calcuated to indue him to undertake a ...

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

ilOLIiMKKUlt A LOOAN Umpire HalMIng, '' "aln Street DAlt,i'' HNPIKB, I I 1) , t ua Pr weak, tpayabia 10 Carrier.). By mail Mr euuum, id arivanoe, ..a WItUt HmPIKE. Ooanopy rwmi,.i....ii..B.M,...$a ad Tin KttnasuinmlalHS(rw4 fbtti it Alobt. rfoiueryooiutty. Pityinmiilna.lrai.oam ailoaaaa.- JOB JPftUSTTirTC !, r rry (JnmTiiioQ, eswuUvi on H tea in lrMM.i li beat tttyln, autl al rtuumuable (iriOM. , Special Notices. ir ion Hivr ;ooo HAMS, . : 1. 1 i . it i iohs 1 1- J j " LEWIS L. U1LL1LAN L'rt,;, No. 1), Mawckt Htrkbt. j 11a boa uow a large lot of superior llams, Dried Beef, to., ot bis own curing, together wilb a lull tupuly of Fresh Meat, lor aule at i. all boura,: i i ,.j j ii. r-. . , . jals 6m, '- Napoleok, Heury Co., 0., July 7, ISjH. T lr. C. W. UoHAmir-iieur AKr ; Kor the beoelitof luHertu hunieniljr, (lenniluii to an nounce, through tUe columui ol your Circular, the aurpriaing propertiea of your Suuuiliu . riftu JUIood Purifier and Blood i'lllsj w hkih la r' nrttnre Mr liiaif...

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 163. Want of Cohesion. TLa Miiwotrri LwrUUturi IWiW to bet u.ia sut- d th -I . i iiiU I joint MSlou DM ijonrn so " ith of next Novmbr. 1m emancipation- ; .nd atraiirkt-AbolitionisU failed to unit : thr not being enough public plun der in th tmterpu to attract fhem to gether. Speech of Hon. George H. Pendleton. W lay before our readers to-day the ver able and unanswerable speech of this I Kentleman on the Negro Enlistment Bill, Ijiuiiniuui " " 6 . delivered in the House of Representatives on the 81st of January. He take tensi- , .... t .1 ..J ble and patriotic view of the question, and we commend it to the careful perusal ef I onr readers. The Programme. We find the following in the " News Items" of the Cincinnati Oazttte, of the 12th inst The Louisville Democrat complains that ni it, National trooDS stationed at Dan ville. Kentucky, plundered the people. They took' grain, stock and whatever else they could nnd. Wben tney leit, tney sem a we oi diers to the Danvi...

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

Dry Goods. i x:o H. e a a OORMIR MAIN AND SECOND BTBBET1. i VANPOlxfiNk UL.L,KR FOX,' (Buonaaaora toJOlltt, VANDOBKN A OO.) D R Y CFO O D 8 . CHECK, ruLiRD AN1) 1KBIA. NlLiKU, BIMT BUANDS QtiACk Hll.K, J-LAIN ANI FANCY Mu7.AMP.IQ.UK8, PbAlU fAUlt lU CU'llKB., CHECK POPLINS. i,v., A aaUUufc ut'. ... ...(. .1. . 1 LAOIES AN 3 MISSES HOOP SKIRT' BUST MAKK A.Nl) HIIAl'lt ttuW. nUku THAYELl.VG , l)lim JMQJJS; 1'lain aai Check, in great varivly. A beautiful line Trench Organdies, French Uvrn,Urf na dines and Berages. i.t a Li'l'j A .A obtol, . i I'l ' MOLIU COLORED IIUKA'.t: ; Which we Are telling at 11ALK 1'UICK. . .i i. ,t t . i i . ', i . . . 1 1, Mourning Dress Goods; Block BoiohuiiMS -I'- Blank OhallKxt, ' i- ' UlMek iUunHt i ' AlpM. ' , , l-Uafk Taiuaruaaae. Ulwk Crwjm Mare, Hltu'k Uraw tJollara, Ulru-k Cntite Vfilo,4 Ulnck Love Vmla, - ailiu-k UiugliiuiiH, ' ' lil'k Kr.A Kng. UrHe4, lilmk I'iiui. OlNUUAMfci wis O.UJNTZKH. Mew Mtyle Kinbroltlerlct Jv I JD Gr OVE H. Short Sacks, Clot...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. CURRENCY AND RAGS. ViiiOTO, Feb. 12. The currtncj bill passed U Senate Unity. A meeting of prominent book and uwp per publishers m keld yesterday in tki citj. To-day a delegation from men consisting of Mmm Raymond, Appletoa, Uerper Wilson and other representing various part of the country, bald a conference with tba Contmittaa of Way and Mean and presented their raa aooa why tba duty oa paper should ba redu ced. It wa aiaud balora the Committee tbat it would ooel eighteen cant per pound to im port paper with tba duty alt olT, at the pretest duty of thirty fire per cent, and at with ex change at aixty per cant not ana pound could ba imported, consequently no revenue could ba obtained tbi oouroo until tba duly waa re duced. There ia no duty on imported rage. CURRENCY AND RAGS. ABOUT THE ALABAMA. Nw Yoag, Feb.4. The barque Maria So- fbia from Cardiff report tbat on tba 2d in alitude 26 29 and longitude 67 40 min., the waa bo...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 February 1863

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Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 February 1863

WM. T. LOOANi Kdltor. SATURDAT. FRBRUARY 14, 1863. Ah! He Vihdatttd'Vagiat't " Bedtl from .VTMhligtbtt wy tht: " Oowraor Cos, jpx't Wcent Message, together with other movement in the same direction, are biiU for the Democratic vote I " The Mm authority ais" says Senator Wri-soB hi reported eMversely tv the House bill for the organisation of negro brigades, itting that itifficient authority for the purpose already exists. , Is this. also, a biJ for the Democratic vote?" New England and Niggers. The Clereland Leader that " Col, VLLAiiomAii, and the Em wbe, are in fetor of leering New England ont of their nowly constitnted Confedera cy." We then pronounced the statement false, but the Liadtr repeats it. " Cox, Vallandiohah, and the Enrmi " have no "newly constructed Confederacy," or any other kind of Confederacy. We are for the Union as it was, under the Constitu tion as it is. New England is not, if we may accept the utterances of her orators and the literature of her newspapers as ev...

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