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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 21 February 1863

Dry Goods. VAN DO It UN. MILLHIt A: I'OX (iUMMOli I.i.IuIIN.Va.NIiiiHICN A laj.) CHKUK, IMLAKU A.U laDU BllaKB, i MtSl' HUANDrt IILAUK. .Sli-h., I'l.AIM AMI M.WI MU4AIUhll,ljfc, " PLAID P Allb UK Lllulllt, CHECK POPLINS. LADIES AND MISSCS HOOP" Kifi BKST AleKtC AND "HAJ'K NOW ool.D., TIIAYELIAU MESS 7 (iOUDS ; Plain aad Check, to groat rnri.iy. A baaulitul tin , '. I rrenrh Organdies, French Lawni, Ur n " dlnVi kni fcettgek.1 1 ' A joiTlot ' ' SOLID COLUKtU , lllltutSf which W are MUhi'A' Ailt fUit. Mourning- 'Dress Goods; Wack Born bail dm, ' Black Challta., Blaok Lulainaa, tiiank Alpauca., Black Taiiiarunaa, Black Crapa Marala, Black crap dollar., Biack Urap Veil.,: Black bin Vail., Blaok Kii.uh.in, ' Kl'k rr. MuK.Orap., -lik l-uult. UlNUHAMS ulla OUINTH KH, i.i , I . 4 4 W -a Ktylt Bnbraldirlti, , Bent inak. uw sty, KID IGOVKB. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, silk jvtAiqrxiz.iAS, , Shawls, Lace Points," &c. .lajratonk, at Urga-aiid dwafataa, oamiirf.iitir Ml' tha. and ranod Mlyia...

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. — 21 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Ntv Yoh, Feb. 10 New Orleans adrl- m iitti that Uimnl Weitael g etperiiuoa to Bayoa Teche bed not started oa lb 10th, ow ing to a withdrawal of a part of too forea for op iha rirar. 1 here vara rumors of a rapulta at Port Hudson, bat (aey oould not ba traced 10 a re liable source. There was talk that anothar expeditioa, un der tJhermaa, waa baing Bitad oak It was alao reported that another armed ret eel had slipped oat from Mobile harbor. Newt from Oalresteo sfatae that the fleet entered the bar. bat foaad it eo strongly forti'ed that it waa deemed beet to withdraw for the present ' LiTta lha steamer George Qromwell irom Mew Urleens lata, arrived ibis ereniag. a Considerable diaaantaat aMLatad laanr the troops, growing oat of as tawillingneea of wmie soldiers to be placed on a oomaioa loot ing with negroes.' . The report waa current from Galeeetoo that the Brook-lea waa agro...

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

Onarrou tmt niiuuid ,,. 4ih Kamaa oiniiiiaiaefrea of peetaca " Moat go mar tiuniity. t'njrineiti in adrajtve hi allimeea.'a JOB PBINXINa , (r eiery 1eei'r,ptln, ,tilM on BtaiA Praatea, ! he beat nly!, ami at raaimnaltle (trieee. ilOLl. M KY Kit' VI l.U(UN , Kmiilre JlnlHliitf, Mil Multi lrrt MAIL . KMPIRMt Pr weak, (iMvahte to irnnr).. IS Mj mad mr annum. inaMvanoe,.., ,...... 09 WKHIiUV UMPIHK. L I Special Notices. Camp nkak Nashvii.l, Tknkkssku, a. February 16, lHttit. J Uknkrai. Ordlk No. Tbe absentees of Company A, lltb Regi ment O. V. I., ere hereby notified that if they will rcKirt to Lime and Bode ly, Cincinnati, Ohio, within five day after Uie publication ol tli i a order, lhy will be furnikjioa ratioua and transportation to their regiment; failing It do , the will be published and treated a de serters. Captain Gkouuk W, JUthhi.u. , I'eb2:ld:it On. A, I lib Kegenien ). V, f. IF l'OH WAST UOUU '.I.tMN, ' 00 to LEWIS L. (JILLIL AN D'H, No. 9, Marikt Strkkt. lie haa now a large...

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

X WM. T. IjOOAN, ILditor. iii - - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1863. iTTUOonncriptloii Bill will dout-0nly !UiiHoW'.'it win ronf the peedy' dowftWl of the Abolition ?rty in , pontiy. , , , i, , , I Nailed to the Counter. 1 The nine Jknouirrr, wuitet ty wet ntr- principled sneak D. M. FuMW. recently , stated that ' i j Haw. 1. thia district Mr. McKinney, the rknnxMi; mamhaw of tha DCXt Congress,! lSM-S eoantv to Invite , Valleodigham lo at- 1 1 i" ol appoiijtajeBUjn S'duey. Mr. McKlMWT given tlie etaiemeni i lit in a card in the Shelby County Dmt- crat, of last week. Unmistakable Loyalty. The Journal greatly rejoices over the telegraphic item that the meeting announe- j t for Mr. Vau.4NDioHM in. Bahimpre .-.-I.- tVi.t.v avanlnir .11.1 not come oil. . ! r .1.. l.l Ln Unui.Htakable ev.dencee of the loyal een- iment of Baltimore" is offered hy the v. : .... v n ka n,ia for its .M-,uu.a,,.... V, suppression. e -l" with the circumstances, and have seen In r..r.l the affair which is ei.- O ""O tit...

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

Dry Goods. isr o . & a f . i ;i -j4 rtli (in- L n 4 rA i sfiufi i 'a-A Mits. VANDOKKN, MILLElt $ FOX, (Miooe.JOi. loJ0llN,YA.NIOHKN CO.) IX li -Y- CO O D B f CUBCK, roLAKD AND UUUA tUlK9, j BAST B11ANDS BLACK nlU, ' 1'L.AIN A.NU KAMOV MOZA II lUql'JSb, PbAlU PAUL UK CUUlKli, CHECK POPLINS J - J- .." -;' i LADIES AND MISSES ' HOOP SKIRTS' BKST MAKE ANU HHAJ'E flUV IjOl j TUAYELLVU ' MESS tioOIJS Plain and Check, tu great variety. A beautiful line :! ,. i rrench OrgBiidleij rrench Uwite, UreRa ' ' dlriM and Berage. ' A yah lot " ' ' ' ' gOMO COLOIltD , ItEllAl.l'.H , ' trrrlch we1 Are nilllhg af li VLP I'itlt'r!. Mourning: Dress : Goods; Hlack Hoinbaiinaa, tilaik Chulhea, black f'alainaa, Black Alpaocaa, Ulwk Tamartineii, black Crapa MareU, illtu'k Crap Collar, itlack Crapa Veil.., Ultw'lc Lora Vail a, Black Uingtmina. HI kvlfr. Mng.Orufife4, Vlack Prima. N'eW Ntyie l&mbreldarlaa, Jtc. Ben l make, uaw tyle KID'GrOVEB. Short Sacks, llotli Dusters, SILK 3VE A.3SrXIJL3UAS, Shawls...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. WASHINGTON ITEMS. M.. v ff.h. 25 Tint d.spatob atatea that tba War lrruaeo.l baa notoforaatloeederleoroo- fore at Port Hodson.' (,. Butler ni offered the command ol ill eipadiuoo against V tcgsmirg, out u-v,. TV. M.r.n'i dl.natrhss state that e lions- list, of ottlcare who ha-e Bttered ilislo-al eeoti toenls baa beaa prepared. The-will be di- f he liat nuhliahetl. IheHeraUediaiiaUlbaiAiea, lb Virginia roads ereuaooeiing good and Mm; esofenienU are becoming possible. There la ao looreeaed U on Whisky, pro posed in the etoeodawri. of tha Committee nl Ware and Meane 10 the tai bill. Tbt ta on nit and beer, howa-er, bM oeeu reilnced to eiity cents per baiT! until April I IsCt. The prorwt question will heiWter he .onsiJereU by the cuinmilte. UeprasentatWe Arnold end Foster, Unno of Chicago, -ieiled the Preaident yesterday end urged ihe promotion of L'oL Mulligan to a brigadier gereiralariip. Dunn baa aided in mixing two regime...

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

4J O Ii U M l-i V Kit ; iV tA)(AN Uiaptre IBiiiMliiff, Mil main JrU . DAILY Pr wefc, (iikvhUU to 0ii ir8)..,v, by mail (ttr Himnfn, lDJvaiio ( 00 WHKI1LI RinilHK " ' ( Oux-.iiijrpuriuiimin ; 00 STi'lie eiaaiaa eii-oiilatalria of liana). In Mom. Somary uouuiy, rnyinenlin ail.niu.ti m JOS PRINTINO"'':'''' l every ilmajnntiou, aiaeuu.,1 ou Bieai'n rVeaaaa, in lie host, atyi. ami at reaaoiirtlila irir. Special Notices. (;Mr rkah N'ahiivim.k, Tknkckskk, I I I'obruary lli, 18113.. J ' Uknnhal, Urdkr jSu. The absentees of Company A, 11th Regi ment O, V, I., are hereby nuuiiml that il tuev will renort tu Lane kud lWuly, 'Cincinnati, Ohio, within tire dajs after the publication a this order, Uiey will ie rurnished rations uud transportation to their regiment! failing hiNlo o, the; will be published and treated us do sertera. Captain Ukinuik V, II iTlim.U 1 A leb'.!.ld:.t Co, A, lllh Uefcumuut l.;Y, J, i IK lOli HA1' UOU 1U!, 00 10 ,'''.'"',. LEWIS L. .UILLlLANirW. No. 9, Markkt Struct. ' lie...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 February 1863

r f i WM. T. LOOAN, xattov. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY M, IMS. Another Claimant. North'Cf oTtW wWitU to be to ITit. .mother of fale-rlence, to the gutee of boini Congressmen. T1m persistent hum- ling, FoTia,' had just been disposed of when another claimant Mr. Jamc Ptoootr -appear -frfth certificate auch as it ii of a cat in Oongrei from the 2d dtitriet of North Carolina. The Committee on Election conld n't wo tlx certificate, and they bate reported advertw It to hi clalma. Can't PtotoTT be alao provided for in the Negro Brigade ? , Valor at a Distance. A correspondent write m that he wa at the. "Dicker Hou" in St. Mary, last week, v. hen he met a fellow who hailed from Middletown, Butler Coonty, named J. W. Atxieos, who teemed to take es . pedal painsto abuke Mr. VaLi.AKmoHAM. and gentlemen of Middlotown whom V. sometime visined. He said Mr. V. fre quently came t hia place and pnt up with men kuuwn to be traitor ; that he went to no other than low doggeries, where no lecent men wonlil be ca...

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

Dry Goods. 1ST O e o . t'OKNKK MAIN ANy HKIVMK I'BKIST van6.u&i. MfiXidr i bit, fHutiMMOi. in JOHN. V'ANIIOliKN A (MM i3 it r wo, o p S . OUKCK, fuLaKIl AMI INDIA H1I.K8, HK81 IlllAltLlH UI.ACk Mll.H, J'Uain anij panct MuefrutA. I1 LAID PAUL 1'h. OUUlUb., CHECK POPLINS. LADIES AND MISSES HOOP; SKIRTS' BK8T MAKK AND SIIAI'K NuW HOLD. TKAVELI.AU " DRESS ' UOOUtf ' IMaiu Kail Check, Id grout variety. " ' :,v A twmititel lie , , , , , j French Organdlct, KrcrHh Lawni, Urf na dine and Berasct. . ; ! A Jidt lot Moi.li oLoiti:i iii-iiai.f.n ' Which wt r HIHt(( t HA IV PHMiR."" ' Mourning Dress Goods; hln.'k Pomhslna, Hlack Chalhaa; ' . ' Mark lielaioaa, '' Hlai-k Alpaivaa, ' lilai-k Taiiiartina, Hlack Uraia. Marala, lllack Crap Uollara, Mark lrx Valla,; Ulafk Lor Vaila, Mark fetnahalna, lll'k Kr. A Kng. Orapaa, Uliu k I nula. ,. .. f . M (IINllllAMH Mil OHINTZKH, ! Maw ttll KMbralMafl, tk j "if Haat make, new slyl, ( ( KID.OYlilS. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lac...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. XXXVII CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, February 23. introduced a bill to prvt eircolatioa la lb Unittd State of bonds and note of th Coa , federate State. Beferred to tbe Committee un Finance. ,- Mr. Latham introduced a bill to establish it brunch mint is Narada. Referred to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Lane,of Kansas, Introduced a bill gran ting land to Kansas, to indemnify her eiti tit for their losses. ' 'i'b bill for tb discharge of State pr isonsrs wa lasts ap. . Mr. ftichardaoa spoke, referring to Mr. Wil ton remark, thauite bola Pemoeretic par it were disiov&L ' i . Mr.',iV iltn slated that la nrar id th U.M4 of th part? were disloyal f - - ,- . . Mr. Richurdffjn id it m aiuo tb inaug n ran on ot conttsceuon and emancipation that a bad no incceia; let the b reoelled and th ecBntry eoald rtb vd., H tbouelil th President bad no power to suspend too writ -ot babe corptt. II we alto opposed to th conscription and th present...

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. — 25 February 1863

iJO I JiM K V M It fc (iOtMN, Hiiililie HiilldliifC HO Malu Klrert. UAILV ".MPIW.K wr week, (frtrlrto t4fnin , 9 13 lUMt per Niiuum,iaadvam?e,.h,..,,,.....H..M 0 t)neopy ii uuiuni, ,....:............. ...... .f M f he fcyeiaa tmultiiire of pewuei(e in Mont I outcry oouuiy. Fayiueuiiu advatne in aJ , JOB rtlXsrTXMO tf avery deiwripfint., TWifM on ftteaui (fro8,in tie beat "tyl. and at fftaetmnht fni, Special Notices. Special Notice All Journeymen Tailurs ot tins city are invited to attend tlw? meetidg t Uie Canal UoU'l, -opposite lbs Public Square, 2.1 street, on SftMrUav evening, V8tli inst, at i . rclock The ohj.ct will b to iucrease the wages. . ' " ' "', By order of tlie Committee.), . feb25d4i Camp skar Nasutii.i.c, TtfiNKSSlli:, 1. . sVebraary 111, lBtia. ) GEKKBAL OttORK No: i i f Tbe absentees of CotJipuiiy A, llth Ri'gi tneul O. V. I., are hereby nouliej thai il th.-jr will report to Lmue and Jiouely, CinuiiMiah, Uhio, wiihia live data alter the publication ot tbia order, tb...

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. — 25 February 1863

'V a"1 K It WM. T. I.OOA.N, Kditor. . w"EDEiDAYryKBRtlARsTl'C3- The Militia Bill---Every Man a Soldier. Tne Senate MiliUry Commits bvt -ported BUf for A organisation of ,, U State1 Militia, upon tht Inexpensive basis agreed qnisooie titat since,, when the tub ject wm nader discussion in tht body. The following nre, briefly, the provisions of the Bill: 1. A ennael enrollment of all white male citistnt between eighteen sad forty-five. 2 Pmou physically uoebla to baar arm, idiott, peepers, end insane persons, and all who art exempt by tba law of Congress, ar titsapt from the performance of military da ty 3. All persons not exempt to matter a rer uio eueaber of timet in a tar or pa; a penal ty. 4. Fall provisions far independent compe nit, depends oa fines to pa txpenttt of vol unteer coospenlee. i . i i 6. No organisations abort a regiment, tx etpt whtn called ioto active strvioe. 6. Provitions for tailing oat tbt militia in cat of Id ration or threatened Inraiion, with coutinfr.nl tun...

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. — 25 February 1863

Dry Goods. 1ST O . B 8 , 1 VANDOKKN, MIL.LUK Jb FOX, IMouuuiii lu JOHK, VAN'lUHltN On.) E) It Y(fOD'8 . CHECK, ruLAKD AND INDIA BILKS, . ,. UK.il' b HAKIM ttLACk. MILK, I' LA IN AND r'ANL'lf MUZAMHlyUKS, PLAIU HAUL Dt Uttuiltl., CHECK POPLINS;1 ,1 A large Ux:k of , i. ... . LADIES AND MISSES HOOP-SKIRTS BKHT MAKE ANU MUAI'K NUW boLD. (. TK A YELIA U MESS . (.00 1)S ; Flam and Check, ta great variety. ''' A beautiful tin J,V 1 ' ' rrrnrh OrgsuJIei, French Uwni,iirena (tltiC.i .fid jitfragc.. " 11 A (oblol feOlM, ( OLOIIKU , lttCU44tH( Whlc fl w WlMHll ill HA LH Pltn!k,'. ' " Mourning Dress Goods; Uleuk Bombaiinepi, Blank Clialhe-ii Black I'ttlftlDM, hlM'k AInMMB, blu-k Tamenineri, Blauk Urape Marei. Black Urape Collar, Ulaitk Crap Veiln. Uia-k Lore Veils, VUi'k yiiiKlauA, tfl'k rVk.fcogUrtp4, -Blik hm-tit. OINtlllMS.aui GllINTZKhi, mv Kiuira(ilr", Wc Hwtti make, uw style, KID GOVKB. Short Sacks, Clotli Dusters, SILK MANTIX.LA9, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. uur ktook .itrWjti wtU Arin...

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. — 25 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. SKIRMISH IN KENTUCKY. LO&WTU.L1, Feb. 24, Erening The oltr ing latuU which bare) been made er daring the put two day, ro from the fisct hei about soa rebel caelr, under Iawj Clark, antared Richmond, K.T , on Sunday, laid about two aoura, and then pamed through Wincbetter, where a tkirmith with alight lou occarad, aftar which tha rabel caralry cleared nut in thadirMtioa of Ml Sterling. EverTthine- ia aniat la tha Yincinit of Frankfort and Lexiugton. No epprekeiitioo art euUrtained. GOVERNOR GURLEY. WiiamoToit. Fab. 24. John Wilton, of Chicavo. formarlf Comminionarof tha Geuer- al Land Office, had aa inUrriaw with tba President yeetardaT and declined tha position of Sarrayor General of Arizona, under the racaallT organized territorial UoYernment Hon. John A Oulrey will probably be appoin ted Got ernor of Arizona. FROM THE PACIFIC SLOPE. 32.00U 8a FaiHOitco, Golden Fleece for Lirerpool, carrying sack of wheat, tilrer ore...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 26 February 1863

'rtmnm tvmt tmmrfm, at HO U U M K V K lt:440GAN. Knplre Hullilluff. IIO Maiii Atrert. rr imk, (payable to 0rflr).......,, H 15 By umI per Miuumt tfcJrne,.wr...(....,.,h... Ow . .. wkbu.lv kmfik, v On copy per auoiHD,.M...A...u.M....w...jJ- 9 VO MTi ii Kaplan .arijulaieerree o ptnn mi Moot- o( ...xy description, .reciled on ini rTw.es, la ha beak style, and Ht reeaouatH. prfpe.. ' Special Notices. Special Hotioe. All (lie Journeymen Tailor of this uy are invited to attend tlie maatiag at the Canal Hotel, " ojoiitu the Public tiquara, 2d street, on Saturday evening, 28lh inst, at T o'clock. The object will oe to iucraas the wage. , : ,, u , , By order ot the (Committee. leuZud-II, t i Ckur nik NAiiimu.it, Haviuiief, f"4, -., ., , ... February J 6, 1S03. f ' General Okdkr No. ' - Th atweatevi of Cuuiuuuy, A, Hilt Ueai-', meat O. V. I., are hereby noiihed that U ttisj :li . ... 1 ... i i,..,..!.. .v..-.:....,..?M' win rvrivrk w uwa wra juuuo.y, iuuiiiii..i, Ohio, within five day after l...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 26 February 1863

'L -WM. X. LOUAN, ICdltor. TUUttSDAY.rRimVARY 26, 1863. More Aid. A uw ectfj.Pc.rncratic -per it to t MtublUllM in Philadelphia. It U W U (jwlM1 Thf, 4ff'& U ! V conducted by tin best ability in U De mocracy i of A OW Key (8toM , Stat. Messrs. A. J. QttBiHNii and Fba cii J. Gnl'liir Mined as the Publish er. If thai ia a pWa iu the country where an able, honest and foarlesa Demo cratic MWpapr U needed it it Philadel phia. ' ' - .r. .1 i .. . ., The Rubicon Passed. The Conscription Bill passed the House Representatives, yesterday, substantial- ly as it cam from the Senate, ana is now the law. It is modeled from the French Oonscript law, and it contains all the ob- jettionabla and unfair features of that fa- . ;,,,, f, filliiio- the ranks ol .in army, and has added many more equal ly objectionable. It will collect in the same levy a ast army of white alid black men, and by virtuie of its concentration ot power in the hands of the President and his "advisers." will hold the rights o...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 26 February 1863

Dry Goods. - VANUOKKN, JLISU it? I'OJw, (Huooeaaoi. to JOHN, VANDOHEN OO.) CHECK, roLAKU AND INULA MILSB, , H u, UJtoT UltANDa BLAUh. slLK, PLAIN AAU J"'AJiOJ(. MOZAMHloUia, 1-LAlD I'AUL IK CUulUb,, C H E C K POP L N ST LADIES ANO MISSES HOOP. SKIRTS' TRVVtLIVU MESS GOODS, Plain uit Check, in great variety. A beautiful tint ! . i . , i. rrenrk Organdies, French, Lawns, Grena dines aiiti tterigi.'" ' ' " 1 a joiTiot ' ""' ' 1 ' oLii'coLoaii:uHSH m:s Wuk-h we aru Helling al I1ALK I'UilJK, Mourning: Dreds Goods; Klerk Bombeiinei, Blaek Challiea, black Delaines, tilack Alpaoeaa, Blaek Tamamneft, Ulaek Crepe Marat., Black Crape Collar, fcllaek Crape Veila,; ew ttlylw Umbroldirlsi. r Bent make, new Htyle. KID 'G6'V'KH. Short Sacks, tlotli Dusters, Shawls. Law Joints, &c Our WHiHaVgeJlA.T'aVairW, rnftlprifting fl(e . new and varied Htylea and Kalinea of the fcmu-iu innr kete, aud are onttnog great Indneemema to UAII nud UUuH'r TIME buyere. We euntiall in.ileiiu iimpee tion of our atotl...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 26 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Congressional. Bill Passed. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. Hoims. Th Houi resumed tha consider ation of It bill to organize tha national tore, and fur other purpose. Mr Crittandaa aaada so proleaaiona ol pa triotism. Tha m Maura bow propoacd waa tha natural rvault of tha eonraa of policy pursued frnm tha haainiilna'. Kiahtaan months ago it waa her declared .Ki the auhiact of tha war wa to restore our oountrr, aud not lubvert tha institutions of an state, but a departure iron, una mvit tion had cauaed diviaiooa, and man had lost heart becaosa of tha violation ot tne yonstt- tution, and tha taauing of Uia emancipation proclamation. The people would not aolun teer to frwe elavea The only remedy wei to , make a national not a aecuonal war. The ' negro troopa were a source ot weaknese rath er than of power, whita mea would not fight ill tbair oompaoy. The time for debate having expired by lim itation, the House proceeded to vote on the ...

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

rvatiaaew avaav arraeiHia, it dOLI.M HYHH' 4 .LO OA N. Ussplrw Mnlltinf, IIO Math) Ntrrel. ": oaixw surinit. far WMk, (nayaBtot IMnul-aa.-J ata KWl per annum, I Un,wmwi V WBKK.LV KKPIBK. ' OBWoopy per hdquui, ee arihw Marias atruuhueerreeul petunia i Muni, gwaaer i'Ouuly. Payment ia advance ia alleaaea.'wwl JOB PBINTINO Wf every deaunpuoa. executed m Baeaai Pieeeet, la ha am Btylw, aa4 at rawaooabte pnowa. Special Notices. Special Notice All the Juurnrrmen Tailors of thi cuy ara iuvited lo attend the awwWtiaf at the Canal Hotel, opposite ,llie Fublio Square, 2d street, on Saluruuy evening, iiSlk in., at 7 o'clock. The ubjout will be M iaorsM the wage. ' " b order of the Committee. , ' feb2jd4t Camp iiu Nauhtii.i.k, TiKxr.iisKr., I February 16, 1803. J GKaiL Oaoe No. - The absent of Comuauv A, lliU Regi ment 0. V. I,, are herebv oouuwi ibat il they will rwport to Lane and Hodoly, Cinctnuatt, Ohio, within fire days alter the publication ot Mais order, laer will be tarnished ration and...

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

VM. T. I-OOAN", Udltoiv FKIHAY. FKHRCARY 27, 1863. A Gloomy Prospect. Anere may a". -" y. -.. n-i the New York JtrtlJTTW.W . ... j., in iownnT there la litthcommrtjn it for fievwperT iiubliHTiera anJ paper-makers llie Her- VKI"rl'j;i,. "'Ik. S... aM fcTIM r the duty on pap-r It rD" MWr.yS"w7-2j influence of li.at imuarUal teia- "Whether or on haadrejd I. HifT.rAnpe it) the correrure iauonce of y.ai imoarlial teui- !dl" LTTriirrZZml houie. in the country will bo Woken op, and wilh them hair the paper maicer.. , W. will endeavor to tay with the few who, arnul the wrecK. oi pnm.i.g u.... .U .n.l th itakIi ol currency, win ue .a veil. An Amendment. Here i. a auccimen of the Cammtrdal't " . righteous indignation ; a apecw. or cUeap virtue it inilulijea in when it cannot, at the moment, think of some Hemnrrat to denounce''' '" ' ' " c....,.i r.u;u M t'lT. tbe umiile-lnev nia.ii who couldn't tind a place big enough uke himself out of th couoiry aa Mhiinur ... . . . I a I An', aril Kusxe. i...

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