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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 14 February 1863

Dry Goods. isr o . 6 e , VANDOREN, MILLEH A FOX, (auooeeeernaeJUUM, VA.N1X1BKN OO.) 13 It ,Yi GkO O D 8 . CHKCK, ruLARU AMD INDIA HIIKB, BKKT rlHANItn BLiUk HILk, PLAIN ANU FANOJ MOZAMBIQUE, . .,, l-LAlUifAUl. 1I( .'UUIKK, I CHECK POPLINS. .t . A'.nr-f nutrk of : 1 "' ' ,; LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BEST MAKE ANU rlilAl'E BUW Hul.ll. I ' TRAVELlAti ' MESS ClOOOS ; Plain aa.l Check, in great variety. : ' ' 1 A bMUIIlftll IIM ' I ' Preach Organdies, French Lawps,Urrna . dlOM and Beragcs. A job lot , , SOLID COLORED IIEIt 4.r. ) Mourning Dress Goods; BomhaiiM M ' Blank ChallMm, ' " illtw;k iMliuimt. Him k Aluaoraa. Blark TamartiDea, Black JraMt Marrtx, black Craps Collars, lilack Crape ViiIm Iflat'k lAtim Vaila, ttlark Uitiglmntx, .. 4 ) -f A J.i.g. Crape, lack 1'nuia. CilNUllAMS a"i7l OIIINTZKS, . i I idm'wMtyimmmUwvlAmrtMUt -fee.1 Beat niaka, naw atyl, i KID GOVEB. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, BILK MA.NTILLAH, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. , . our ntok ta large and (Jenirnblat dii i...

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. — 14 February 1863

By Telegraph. By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NEWS. iv.'iui'j..;.'il'"fr.'!P.",T "'f.?"-n"rk.'iixi)i?-ii td Territories rVbl tba ijr Senator l Inn f't V rVthtaM AA hit 1 Ar.-,l,.i.l ma.tai nv WH - ....... - T 1 -V .1 - Wade to-dar. 11 answer lq Jt au,ru,lioo,,shows ernoji myW(,1pr)t; lerritorr, jUt no ' freedom of iuttrag u allowJ Or opptoions lalnMSiimppaaitioR to tkatiiMditDitrj ; Last KJjrgn4i ajraatsoadi.,t . tba rxttntl of incMKbatthriu1ttiVi of 'redrew td i laSnabaae of tba wiatrWd Valatar.Ba, awd' the Mormons are openly iiiimiral lo hf flfiVjni merit of lh IMited MatA 'flijiivli iu LppUlar r'VS P.w..ta MMUVJVff'fl.jtv i a ,T ... tin. u'lmutu- lut a I tenner il is tbouathi tnaCtha feel- ' 'nig irireaarS to the janiaricaavwat is inprov- " Continent. .i-.ii . ;. : Th"UnuM b drtn'flOthiH? tndf l yet with the Senate national .banking .bill,. tbaa ordering it t( (MKMiKdiM H'' ' A court or iatiuiif hu been ord...

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. — 16 February 1863

vcaiuaea sriar Ammom, it liOLLMKYKli id LOGAN. Umpire Hulldlns;, Mala attract. ' DAILY ACMPIrlK. Per (payaltle lo 0rnr)..iMM-......f 13 By mail per aunuin, in advance,.. .H.w q om WRIKbl One ropy peranutnn. ......... KIHPIKK. wine naeisa circulates tree ol paalaKe in Mont ROinery county. I'ayiuenunadvauiteia eH0Aeas. JOB PRINTINO- "I every dateiriptton, esamited on Bteain PreHSaStla lie beat style, aud at reaaunahte prieae. Special Notices. IF VOI! Htl UUU.I1.4NS, UO TO LEWIS L. aiLLILAND'S, No. 'J, Market Strkkt, Lie lias now a large lot of superior Hams. Dried Beef, Ac, of his own curinir. together with a full supply of Fresh Meat, for sule at all nours. ja.13 Urn. Napoi.kon-, Henry Co., O., July 7, 1H..8; 1 Or. U, W. Koback, Dear Sir .-For the benefit of suffering humanity, poruiil ua to an nounce, through the columns or your Circular, the surprising properties of Tour Suandiua- vian Blood Purifier and Blood Fills, which is a sure cure tor indigestion and Liver Corn.' plaint. We ...

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. — 16 February 1863

t r mi . i r i i r a:rrrr. VT M. T. IXMAIi Hdltor. MONDAY. FKBRUARYaC, .B63. starThe editor of th Mario i Mirrr who dwire to Mr. Valiihibai mad Piwident of ih t'nio as it waa, gat off th folio ing dif at the Diaunion- into . .i i ..!...!. : ..hi i ' "Firt w Wi-ad 'era.; tf Arrd '.m : next w Buck-tA 'em : and now w pro- pot to di:eiliV- JL I . 1 State Treasurer. The Kenton Democrat stoiM Qkoroc Burc. Eq., of Springfield, a candi date before tne approaching Democratic Convention for Treaeurer of State. ' He is a good man and a found Democrat ; two very important qualification for the place. Rejuvenated. The White Man' Paper, jar the New York Caucaiian, haj been dress ed in new type, and looks as bright as a gold dollar the highest standard of ex cellence we can just now think of. This is evidence that, despite the silly and wicked attempts of incompetents to sup .press it, the Cauciuian is in healthy con dition. It is one of the most ably con ducted papers in the world. Economy of Con...

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. — 16 February 1863

Dry Goods. NO. 68, , 0ORr.g jfiJMiAluiicoojieBTstE-rt.i VANUOHKN, MILLUH A FOX, (Auoooaaoia toJuHfl, VAROOUBN OO.) r it (To O T 8 . CHECK, rOLlRD AND INDIA HI LAS, DJCHT BUANDM BLADH MLK, PLAIN ANU KASCI MOZAMItlqURS, . Pl.AID J'AUU DK CUOIBb,, CHECK POPLIN6. A lrge.trok of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS BKaT MAKK ANU BHAPIC NtlW Bul.ll.( TRA VELL (J ' MESS GobilS ; Plato aad Check, In growl varioty. "' A beautiful lin ' ( 1 ' ' ; " ' rrench Organdies, French Lawns, Urena- dines Ana Berages. A Job hit SOLIU COLORED . . Which mm wiling it HALF raiCK." ' " ' Mourning Dress Goods; Black Bombailoea, Black Challloa, ' Ulauk IMIainoa, Black AlpaucAA, Black Ta.namnaa, Black CraHi Mareta, Black Urapo Collars, Black Crap Veil.,, Black Luvo Valla, Black biogliama, Bl'k t'r. JCng.OrBpoo, Black Prima. UINOHAMS and CJIINTZKS, - 'ftaw "tylo' ACmbrttldarlaa, atci Bat maka, now atylo, KID GOVE8. Short , Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK JVtA.lsrTII.LA.S, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our artoek ! latga aud ...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW ORLEANS. N. Yoa, Feb. 14 The tmmr Ktaplr City, from New Orleans on th 4th, arrived thit evening. Th lore of Banks, after a month' drill in, tin in condition to Ink th field. It wa thought forward movement would b made at one to clear out th wool of tha IafourcDa. On the night of Uie 3d, a fsBing mck u seined on the lake. It M bound to Pon-t-bartraln, and bad on board a large quantity of medicinaa for tba rabali and also letteta from forty or fifty leading citiran of New Orleana to person high in authority in tba Confedarata Government. Tha thraa Jw that vara In tha boat wara triad on 4th, before Jndra Paabody, but th ntnn wa withheld until tha partiaa who had writtan tba lattara had baan arreated, which Oanaral Banki bad ordered dona at once. Tba weather waa very cold In New Or leans. It waa believed at New Orleana that Gen Duller would return to tba city, if not made Secretary of War. Tba Jawa in New Orleana, an...

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

li O I, U M tt VKU, .ft MXiAN Par waak, (mva1iI 'la lUnitfru) , Bjr mail par umim,ina.tvaoja .... ....y WKKKLY KfltrittK.''- OWlt.e Krui: iuvull-t In u ttjr. tfi Mtftt- gomory v-muiy. my muni in aT;n'T ui out'it?. JOB PRINTINC'" of wy iln'ruliiu( kckhiU'I on Hum in Vi li boat ht Je, and Mt riM4UHblw pncm. Special Notices. ' IIO Til ' lu. .... .. .'. LEWI 8 L. QlLLlLASU'd, i i Nil. , Maukki HiBWHr. '-1'!'1'! lis hiui now larjr lot of superior , UuBis, lined Ili-ef, Ac, ol ins owu curing, (ueibur with a lull aupplj of Fresh Mat, lur kle ! at II hour. J,-'f j j'lfJ"-,?0, Napoleon, Heury Co., O., Jul isMt'' Dr. U. W. Koback, I'cur iu v-'tM Ilie benelit of luffonnj; liuinamij, mriuit aft 10 uu oouuce, through the mil mum ul your Ciraiar, the surprising progenies ot your Huandriiu iau Blood further and lilooa fills, wuioll is lure cara fur ladigestioa mid l.ivae Com plaint. We bars surerul persons in town, who have been suffering with liiver Complaint nil Indigestion, and nolwithataiulin ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 February 1863

latin Mmt. '' IT ML. T. X..OO-A.W, KtHtor. ' . TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1863., Over the Mark. Thy Voino -pwr ''ie coete olw e wrmfl ffaim.-and. inat- .twef aaa,i.U-UIak that not uom.tUa i i WJ,UM. """ i.t". n throughopl 0 loyal, Btat. It tn Mar . . it ant of the rang pf faleulatn, ji . l' it'ii teloW'the marlc. Its ti- I mate may be accented for that of the more I i 1 . ' i- i- ti.. coneervative class oi rtucis. a bar of wegToea in th loyal BtatesJ fho ijof , will in me j able. .If 20,00V are to De pi ,mo' MVrwta-tbiiywaibavii lo. be ,V weeV J conscription Progress of Events. . -The Ciuoinnati Oattttt't 'V epecial oorrespo.ident Agate," get off . .... riitiiL . Instance i tla - 1 t , J f t tollowintr:-.' ... - . I , 1H f'KSonalor (Wo. B. Pah.QC yoar eilyj has i . i 1 1.... ; .nanJ...i nn the SUDnene. lavviy jiiTiu - . . :., H-nrt Soeof Mr. Pueh s demonstrations while here, go far to place bim beyond en . . Vll.n,l,ubim. is inaineatinir tbe neooMity ol Northwestern unison with the South...

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

Dry Goods. . UUHNKK MAIM AM) HKUO.ND KTUkKTS. r-i'nn Co JOHN, VA.Nli, HlKN A CO.) 13 it y ' IT'o o id s . lisar iuianui uLAUk silk, i'i.Ai.N illll AUV MUA.UHl4Ulkl. 1'LAltl I'AUL, Xlt lluilli., C H E C It PXJ P L I N & . ,, LADIES AND MUS6 ' H00l SKIRTS UKST MAKK AND WHAi'E NOV HllI.D. . liUYl.LlVu ilHES .. (i(UM)S ; IMjuuauiilJhaWiujtrrAt vartoly.. '-, j A boauuriil lin ' dines nnd llerasi's. .! .. i Hi'. J t.i" v-r 1 ... i l A lut SOLID IWLAIIKU IIMlit;! ; u VWl W rruaviMAI,f i'StltikW. Mourning l)ress'(ood8; ... Hlack HorabuinrA, , , , Dlaok Uluilliea;' i . II , Ulaek lAtlaiiMn, i ; lunott AIjaMaa, blaek Tauiartioea, itlnek umpe Marets, ,vl Dlaek Urape Collarv la.'k Urape Veila,, MIHi'k Lore Veil, kliw'k wiukIihIiin, MI'k Kr.k Kin,. Crape, Ulnck 1'riuu. H'Ht make, new alyle, kid a av'KB. Short 1 Sacks, I'lolh Dusters, " SILK MA.JST'X'tXil.A.fcJ, Shawls, Laca Poiats,' &c. nr HUK"k m Ure mil di-irHtite. 4'oiiiiiriHinp nil ih iw and KMJ-tuU tMylw tut liihniM l ina .ttuirti u...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. PRESIDENTS' MESSAGE—WILSON'S REPORT. Wasuikutok, Feb. 16 'A President's mess age, wHh an Booornpeoyin. statement of offi ' aon of the Interior Department, in response to the Hons resolution of December last, in- ?mritg Into the causes of the outbreak of the ndian tribee of the Northwest, gives ne ad equate cause for mischief end outrages of inch magnitude. Evidence of premeditated design in these attack it not satisfactory. The Hioax broo ded orw aod complained of misunderstanding the treaty atipamtkvns, bat their agent Mr. Oalbraith, bad eppreb.eoa.od no uuussl elilli- unity ap to the time of the outbreak. They appeared to co-operate cordially to preparationi made for their civilisation and material advancement. Messages had been lent to other tribee, even to the Selkirk settlement, to aanoanee the declaration of war and demand their assist ance, but there ia no evidence of a reasonable ground for such an expectation. i ...

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. — 18 February 1863

ruMnt. -.tssav Arrtihuit) st xiO IjL.M HYWH '.Jb'- .liOO A N. Kuiptr iluUiUiig, IIO Malu street. UA1LV KMP1HH Per week, imtIi1o CwmanO By matt par auauni. Is WKKK.LV KMP1HK, Queoooy per annum,.. .wM...M...4M...M 00 a-er..w j:ariaomialateirreol postage in Mont go 11117 oouuiy. faymentiu advance in mifHtw. mi -.-i , . 1 job printino",;;" or arnry dmwiiiKian, aiormtMi on Stoont PrMM,t Its bnal atyta, Mod at rwuimialilA prlr-ea. ' Special Notices. ir YOV HAST UOOB IIUlSlj 00 TO ' ' LEWIS L. GILLIL AN1VS, No. 9, Markkt Stkkkt. ' lis has now k large lot of superior 1 Hams, Dried Beef, Ac., of his own curing, together with a full auuuU of Krcalt Meat, lur Bute at all hour. .. . jaw 1 3 lial Napolkok, Henry Co., O., July 7, 18"A Dr. C. W. IIoback. Dear Sir .For the beaelil of iufferm hiiDisiiiir, permit, us lo Ru. nouuee, through the columns ut your Circular, the surprising properties of yuur Scaudina- Tian blood runuer and Blood r 1 1 In, which a sure cure for Indignation and Liver Cora sl...

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. — 18 February 1863

VTM. P. I.OQAN, Kill'o" WEDNKSDA.Y. FKBRUARY 18, 18S3. , A Hit on the Head. Ths New Haven RryUter, in retorting npnn coternporarT ssys : "Ths best Instrament to smash Abolition theories, poJicf and falsity, is a FoJiandiir Aaeamer,' - True.' Hammer it into them, gentle- Rodney Mason to have a Hearing. lag. Col. Rodxet Mason, of the 71st Ohio, who wu so generally denounced through out the North foT surrendering Clsrksville, Tenn., to the rebels is, we see it stated, to have fair hearing of his rase. If he can clear himself of the calumny which has been industriously heaped upon him until he has been nearly hidden from public b aervation by its odium, we will be glad to make a note of it. In Transitu. A few days ago we had the important announcement that Governor Cvrtin, of Pennsylvania, had declared his disbelief in the right of the President or Secretary of War to arbitrarily arrest citizens, and, without due pneess of law, consign tliem to prison. The next day the telegraph sent 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. — 18 February 1863

Dry Goods. 1ST O . c e , VANOOltliN, M1L.L.KK FOX, (Kliuoeaaoia to JOHN, VANUflltKN ID.) CHECK, rol.AKIl AND INDIA HI1.KM, ruts!' IIIIAND Ut:H HILfti; ' " PLAIN AMU KANUI MkXAMHIUI), , PLAIU.J'AUU aM ullulilK, CHECK POPLINS " A large -rook of -' ' ' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' IIKHT MARK AN U HHAI'K NuW Ml 1,0. Plain and Check, ill gre:it vnrivty. ' " A fcomiMmHln 1,1 re nch Organdies, French Uwni, Urena- ; d Iiiwb Mid ItcrAgva. ' 1 1 Alwhtol , soli i i:oLoiu;i 1 1 Kit 4 WhlortWenitlltiU(4H tlftt.P t'l.ti;:") Mourning, Dress Goods; Flack Hombaainea, Blank Ohhlliaa, " 1 blank Delainaa, HI, Alpaca. Hlwk Tainartlnen, Ulonk Crm Mareta, blank Cr Collar, etlunk Cra, Veila,, Ulwk live Veila, Blank .nij;li:iiii, ,-( l(rj:ui,Cnii.,jili)(jl4'jiui. CilNHIlAMS n"ri7l 011INTZ1',S, Bent nmke, mw fttyki, ' ' " Short Sacks, Cloth . Dusters, aiLK mantillas. Shawls, Lace Points,' &c. Our Monk ia large ali tihiririiele, i iloihriairtg' air th.i nrfn,rvWdM)l, Ad KabriM .J fl, ki."ro lliw- k-tH, ...

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. — 18 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Congressional. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. Hoes. The Hons fmmtd Ui oonilr ation of the Iadiaa Appropriation Bill. The m uf tha lolereel on Bond. In- cloding thoee etolen from the Interior Do paruneol, held in trust for variou tribe, u ''smat Mr. Devi called op the bill re the, ennointratnt of Midshipmen, The uuetio pending on the adoption of the amendment ratiivtng- the appomtwenu aied by the President and Secretary of lb Navv, it we rejacwa. u. I'K.n.ll.f called dd Ibe bill for the re liefot orew of th ship Nightingale and it was pessd. . TV.. Adnata than nroeaaded tolbe consider ation of the bill orolling and calling out the National lore, wheo to pending emena meat 01 Uollemer vat auopwo. Mr Cluk moved aa amendment, which wai adopted, allowing a proa drafted to be ex empted by procuring a tubetitnta, or paying a dii of monrf not exceeding :tOO, to be fixed by the Secretary of War , but failing to appear n. ...

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

iio l, i. m t' y ti it, 1,1) A N . i:iuiliu KM Par wak. (Miynb)ulo UAfTfY).'.'..'.V.:l by uiall por annum, tnAdvaooa,,,,,,,,.. .. 19 a S W IV KKKLK NMIMIIIh tt,iu. oo..i.fM ''.'"-";-"'"-" ariii,. uirvmhttMN tt-a ofL.o4ing in Motif goinsrycouuty.' I'uyin.iii ia dviii'eih all.'ArV.,'; " JOB PBINTINa (if vry dttwoni'liun, leute.r on ltain. rroaaes.ltt li nNt Mivits aim W. rwmuti? iir'twi . Special Notices. ua tu L K W I S -Vr Q 1 LLI L'A X D'li, ' Ua hu now ft lara lot ojf inperior ' ,ninlrj wild lull supply uC t roth Mmil) hir mU t nil hnuriL V '" - " 1-13 8ni. " ai t i. i.-uMii i lu. 1 j I i Dr. C. W. lU.unCk, iar Mr ,--Vor t beueniof suffering humaniiy, pcnnUne to u uomics, turougb UittuoliAMiiMul your Ciiiuulur. tbe ourprioing propBrBiW t( your-- Stundina" viau Waod 1'urilior n4 illoil VJIs. wUicU;I ft aura oure tor 1-difteniioii mi.ivii Dowj ulftint. - Vt hav 8veral'"i)ersoQ"!lr tow; who have beeo iull'iriui( wiltt Liver CouipUiut kvntl indigoation, and notwithntknning (hat mn hav...

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

WM. T. I.Q9AN, KJllor. FRIDAY, FF.nRCARY 20, 1863. Letter from the Editor. V bave just received a letter front tbe Editor.-which wa will publish to-morrow. Address of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. iRnam. W publish tO-dsy the able, patriotic, and fearless speech of lion. 0. L. Yax lakdiohaM, recently made to an immense concoone of people at Newark, Sew Jersey. We feel inre that we could give no matter which would bo more accepta ble to pur readers. We need not speak for it a general reading, for it will be anx iously 'eonglit by hi friend as Well as re-viler. Wants a Lesson. The pestiferous imbecile who, between ilrums, writes the small-villain paragraphs for the editorial columns of the Cincin nati Commercial, is in the daily habit of characterizing as " tories, traitors, scoun drels, and copperheads 1 " all who will not get down on their bellies to Abolitionism, and swear that the country can bo saved by no other means than are at present put forth by the party who have control of the G...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 February 1863

Dry Goods. OtBK MAltj AVU 8KUUNU tTBHETR. . (buooMuvi to John, Vandohkn oo.) D liY G O O D S . uhbok. roAUAi mirtX SiLkS,1 B.aT rJUANlM) BLAUk Il.k, I'LAIN ANl 'AWCJi HuHAUBKdUiOtd PLA11I PAUL ilai uiluiak., CHECK POPLINS. A Lurf. Htoi'k of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BK8T MARK A.NU BHAl'K NuW 80l,O. TttiVEUi- miLs.s-. wiims flam aad Uheek, ia grant farwly. .. .,. A beautiftil tin ft-each Org andlea, Trent Uwaa.'Ajj-eiife -Inci aad Vei-agei. ... I II J li A ..' A i.l. I... SOLID COLORED IIEKAUES Wuh a, pallia. a JUIi'M iajC , , . , Mourning press 'Qb'6&; mask Bomba-nea, i . . . Mat k GhaUiaa. . '. i i. .. Ulaek Liaiaiaae, .! itlaak Adpaooaa, Ml Black Tamartinaa, Black Urapo Mareta, Black Urap Collar., Black Oral Vella, -Black Lot Valla, Black uingharna, Ml'k r'r. a KuAj.Orapaa, Black I'riula. CHNUHAMS'tatf 5ltiNrKS BmI mk, uw atjrle, KID GOVEB, Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters SILK MANTIttAS,'1. Shawls, Lace Points,, &c. Our took i lrg utl deiiraWe, oompriinnn ftll the wow hum ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 20 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. SOUTHERN NEWS. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF POTOMAC, February 19. Tb Richmond Enquire of yesterday ha a telegram dated Charleston, 18th, with a proc lamation from General Beauregard to tb peo ple of Charleston and Bsvannan. II tav tb movraot of thnmj's IhU indicate an early land and naval attack on on or botb oili. Htl's those onabl to tak aetiv part In tha coming etrnggl to re tire, and call on all able bodied men from tbe aboard to tba moontaiui to rally with arim, pike, scythes, spades, and hovel lor tb protection of their fireside and altar. Th final preparation (or the eipected at tack are being rapidly prosecuted. Tb troop and people are calm and confident Tb Enquirer leader says there ha been no intention, or pretenta of an intention to mediate at all on lb part of Franc. Tb Sooth ant no French mediation while hostilities go on. FROM VICKSBURG. Wabhisotoii, Feb. 10. Admiral Porter roinmnnicate th following report to the Se...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 February 1863

f ArtMftMOOH. av li OMMKY H It J.OOAN, Kutiilre Hulldlufl, II4 Malu Htrert. UAIL.V KMPIItlB. Par weatt, IpaT-atttatn- Uarrtra nj man par nuum,iaM . Of WiCkCKLY KMFIHICt ) Uoenopy (Mir aiiaiuin,. a) M ihe KHriutraulfttMtf,it pewtMe la Mont ornery oouuty. Pitytnuut in ad vatic ta Hmt. job iniurxlica- of vary dennription, axermtM on Stin PreMM.la he heitt myle, aud t maMonaMa prices. Special Notices. hi uooo hams', 00 TO ' LEWIS L. GILLIL A N JJ'8, No. 9, MiniET ti'rKCKT. Ue ha now a Urge lot of superior Hams, Dried Beef, Ac., ol bn own curing, together with a full supply of Freali Meat, lor tula at all hour. j'13 Napoi.ioh, Hear Co., 0., July 7, 1808. Dr.C, W. Hoback., Dear Sir: For the beneht of suffering buinaiiiir, permit us to att nounce, through Uie coluuiua ut your Circular, the surprising properties of your fluandina Tian blood Jauntier and Blood fills, which u lure eure Tor. Jndigestioo and Liver Com plaint. We have several portone in town, who hare been suffering with hirer C...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 February 1863

VTM. T. LOOAN, -Editor. SATURDAY, FKBRUARY II, 18.. Disloyal Language! ; ;",;Th jOjpeintutt GcmmtreM hav report of lb 7vW-m7 of the rwcent etato Jon vention at Frukfort, Ky., by Vol. Ua "Uiiifi'Comraaniler of that Department, who charged that the meeting waa treat- onalle. 1 The full.witig is the only tangi ble erWenoe opened before the ConrrntiorH and it is prevnmjtd )o have "done , dirt:" ; i "The Chairman ' thanked the overilion tor the eon6dene reposed la bitn, aad the ' houor conferred, and hoped therefore that tb convention would . be conducted In teror 1 'Ate" aad becoming manner,- and that ao one would do anything that a loyal eitiiea would not do." The Constitution and Negroes. We learn from the report of Legisla tive proceeUinga that a number of citiaenn of Muskingum county recently petitionwl , , tha.Legialature of Ohio to pass law pro hibiting the immigration of negroes into the State ; aaid law to be submitted to the people for acceptance or rejection. Sena tor Qcaci.iL...

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