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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 27 February 1863

Dry Goods. VANDOKKN.,Mlf.V,Jt:it,& FOX. ( (MlsoaotaMJOUM,'vA.NLOBBNA CO.) D K YtOHVlfe . CHEUk, IMLANO AND lMlAMUJUi(.i. a.l ,... . BUST BUANllH BUlk rflLa., H.AIN ANO .FANVK MOXABUJOEB, I'LAlD'PXoi.iS UiiOikfc, OH E C KPO PL IN S . ; Mim ut A kqMMMf; ' ' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' THAYELltt - MESS FOODS', Plus Mil Chck, in ureal varttty. . .j l ...I i A baautiful Una . .1 . i ' . freack OrgndlM, French Uwn, UreiiB dlrtM And Bersge. a jiii"' "" -' IOLD,iAJOUHtltn..Ht;Ht(Hilt J , wflleK teiViwtlinaVl'uAU'' t'uiUK. Ucuxg: J)r6sa Goods; HlMk BomtjulM. Black Challtaa, Black Ualaiaaa, Ulwik Aloaocaa, Black Tamartmaa, Black Oraii Marala, black Orapa Uollara, Blank Uw Vil. Black UpVaila.j lMk liiaglmaaa Bl'k Tr.'ikl.bfapiiT Blafi Fnnia. Maw Hlyl Kmbrtldirltic. Baat maba, daw tylti, Short Sacks,' Cloth Dusters, Shawls. Lace Points. &c ourla.,V.fc41l3'r.S., i'W1i,ln,i,?l( id Yh, uaw and nntii HtylM and Kanr.ft. of iliv Jbattivru iumt kata, aud ara oilenof 9148 iMntnnis to CASH au...

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. — 27 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM HILTON HEAD. Niw YoK, Fb. 26 The imi Augur U kM rrivd from Hilton Heed. Tfce following i a snopis of lh Herald Mrrptndnc : Tb rbl r lrininK everj nervMo com plete thir iron oUd at Savannah, in which they Mpr ur eotiGdrnc. Th rebel announce thai lour steamer ran th blockade (rf Charleston in on day; the Hub, Leopard and Wagner from Nassau ; the forth i not named ; bound to Liverpool with J B Clm? of KentacVt on board. Oen. Hunt ha pretnpttirilj ordered all the ataff of Gen. Foeter out the South, lor the utterance of statement tending to create dis affection, insubordination and mutiny. Heavy firing wae heard in Ogeechen river and it dm expected that Union iron clad Pas eaic and the rebel iron clad Atlanta, had met in conflict NEW JERSEY SENATOR—PEACE. TacrroK, Feb. 2C Wm. Wright, Demo crat of Essex, we thil day elected U S Sena lor for ttx years from the 4th of March. The peace resolutions were passed in the Seuate 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. — 28 February 1863

rUJUIMft ftTtfBT IfTIWOOli, Bf iJOIiLMKYHK A LOdAN. ' fcttiilre nnlldlng; 1IO Main Mtrert. .'";" OAILV KNPIHKi ' ' ' ' Per Mk, (payable to OarHera) 15 fey ibm I paraaoum, aUeaooa,..... a uo UwiVMijr prtuam..MM .'.... ..m. W erJ.i Kmiibk oirv(ilatelrte of pe,H)(t lit Muui gomwry eoiiuiy. Payment in advaucu in alU-ane-i. JOB PRINTING1 , of rary rJeaorlpiloo, xecutad on Bieam Preaaee, io no bMt atyle, and at reaaourth.e prteea. Special Notices. Special Hotiow-- All the Journeymen Tailors of thiseitv are invited to attend the meeting at the Canal Hotel, uioaile the Public 8q.uere.2d street, on Saturday evening, 28th Inst, at 7 o'clock. The object will be to increase the wages. By order of the Committee. fob25d4t CaMF SAA NASHVILLE, TkMfKKSSKK, ) February 15, 1803. . J . General Orohh No. I The absentees of Company A, 11 ill Regi ment O. V. I., are hereby notified that if tlmy will report to Lane and Bodely, Cincinnati, Ohio, within five dayi after the publication of thia order, they wil...

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. — 28 February 1863

r. v , ,., Jo (6 mi mc. VTM. T. LOUAN, Keillor. "SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, l He did not Decline. Tb Van Wert Etminrr, in apeakrog Of tbt pprtwiO Of Mr. yALtAOTWHAM'i i.nra Baltimore-; teeMrtly; n.i.: 1. .!.. nrtf. rowdy city, ani Jfrr Yallandirnani ahod good an bo nor eowwdio lhan President Uncoln in b.s 'ScWea plaid'' Vy keeping out bl we hands nf hraisers. ' ' , Mr. TALLAMDtaaait' dia not decline to : k Mainland Institute, at tor w mm i" - j - j When informed of th lUP0 HUUW.HVW.' ' . . . j i thrMtwtng pect attatrt nau au.uC t Vlm M. V. aent word to ttie Com-1 mitten that be would not be mUmidawa by threats, and would most assuredly be present on the evening in question. Fear ful of violenoa, however, th Committee resolved to postpone the lecture, wd so advised Mr. ViLLasoiaBiii. A Romance Spotted. A sensation paragraph is going the the ronniU of the Northern press, stating that "Ansii Caiitsb Lm, only child ol the late rebel General llowtliT Lkk, re- cently died an outcast from her ...

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. — 28 February 1863

Dry Goods. isr o . o a , j i.OORPBR AIAIN.ANl f KOOHKBKfTf ( ' VAUOUlilN, MlL,L.kit & FOX, (Huoceeeoia, to JltU N. VAMlOllKN OU.) I K X , QQDS. CHECK, FOLARU AMU INDIA H1LKS, BBUT BRANLW BLACK HILK, PLAIN AND KAM;V MoZA M MO.UKi!, PLAIU PAUL, l)& LUUlKh., CHECK POPLINS. . , , . , A large MUHtk of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BKST MAKE ANU HHAI'E NOW HOI. II. TttAYLLIXli MESS GOODS ; Plain uJ Check, ill great variety. A beenutul lis French Or.nules, trend Lawni,elren- A )ou lot SOI.IU I'OLORKI, ' IIUIttlaE.H , ' ' lf,WWi W MMl it tUL ftiniK'., .' . Mourning Dress . Goods; Black Bemhaeinea, ' Black Cnalh., Black Delalnea, Black Alpaca, Black lamimm, Black Crane Merete, Black Orape Collar., Black Crape Veils,. Black Lot Veile, Black Utnghemn, Bl'k r. A Bug. Grapaa, Black triuta. OINUHAMS and OHINTZUH, . it eir'elrolel-iee,eVe. ' " Beet make, new style, KID G OVEB. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS Shawls. Lace Points, &c Our tot I larg aod tjeiralia, eoinpn-iiitf...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 28 February 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. Wajmukitov, Feb. 27 Oar Government has ba officially inlormd of th actio of th Mexican Government is relation to the in ratio of Texas, by bands of vagabond Mex ican. Th Mexican Misniter for Foreign Affaire, ku imtroottd th Government of lamauUpas, to make aolrana declaration to th Conted rat authorities, that such inenraiona are not only dieoounteoanoeii by th Mexican Govern ment, but nt wilo it stern condemnation. Th Ouvrnnnt of TeroeuHpas, is further re(0ated as far a powibl, to prevent such invasion of th neighboring soil of Texas. Should th Texan or other rebels retaliate, by, in turn, invadinc Mexico, they are to be treated a bandit while thoa of Mexico. paaaiag into Texas, are to forfeit all claims of . r . I g ' r, . protection irom toe inexican uoverutnena, A letter from the Secretary of the Treaeu ry transmitted to the Senate to-dav says, that no printing papers was inctuaeuj in uie rev-ens uiem...

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

ruaLtRHKO ff Afrranuoh, at 1 jiOIi Cm K V K K ifc LOCMN. y builr Hnlldltif 1IO Main Ktrrrt. DAILY KMPIRKt Par week, omyablato Oarriara, . & 15 By ,1111 1 oar aiiuuiu, madvuioa .............. W WKBKLv" KMP1RK. I Qui couv )irajinuinM..)...HM....HM.MM....43 00 4ri'!)a tvMriMK uirculinlre of pavta, 10 Bunt K ornery ouuuiy. tfayiuaut in ad ranee in all uati. JOB PRINTING 1 nf arary daarription, awiitod on Steam Prasatli n bent tUyle, and nt rfftui.ala!e prices. ! Special Notices. Found. A email sum ol money. The owner ana hare it bjr applying to Joseph T. Kcliall'er, corner of Water and Main street. IP YOII WASIT CiOOO HAMS, 00 TO LEWIS L. OILLILANU'S, No. 9, Market Struct. ' ' lie lias now a lare lot of superior Hams, Dried lieef, &c., of bis own curing, together with a full supply of Fresh Meat, turt sale at ll hours. ju.l3 Cm. Napolkok, Henry Co., 0., July 7, 1858. Dr. C. W. Robac, Dear Sir .For the benefit of suffering humanity, permit us to an nounce, through the columns of ...

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

MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1863. At Our Post Again. ,' Vr, AJtor ."-Wo T UuW .ii.ek w. tr. It'a'io a r post. - - " ' " " " At Our Post Again. A Pretty Pair. Ilr Orl.rnora Jonnaoil anil VMT are ! "hitntotinsf IM noriuom otwww sjlittott party.' W siippo it ia part of ' 1 iUH:oiti Act ia Ans,1ratioit of th "tliir ' iv Miots of YJvar" which they paketl ' lor thair apoaUcy. They ought both t .onscriptsJ. ."' At Our Post Again. A Pretty Pair. "Fighting Joe Hooker." .' . .; 'Fighting Jo Hoona," on assuming command of the Army of tha Potomac announced to hla mn that h wu going to fight tha wwy wherevor he could find ihein. tie U wported to hate iasnrd an I , wiler i fo the ahoootiuf pf hirty of hi . iiwn men. which, if executed, will I " about theonlt . MooJ hehaa caused to I pilled sinew taking command of the army Fighting Joe Hookkr," m be t The Favored Negroes. In the report of the retiring State Com ininsioner of common schools, , we, find that the number of school where Germau Jitairght foot np ...

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

Dry Goods. , 00 UN HR MAIN AND BKUONU eTBKCTil. ' I i- -t A .1 -' . VANUOUKN, MILLKU Jfc KOX, imniullM to JOHN, VANDOBKN CO.) 13 K.Y.ODS. CHECK, roLAKLl AMD IN 111 A bII.K.8, HK.-.1' UUANbtt liLACh. aiLk, 1'I.AIM AND FANCY MuZAMMNiUtfb, PLA1U 1'AUL UK CUulka,, CHECK POPLINS. LADIES AND MISSES HOOP .UlRTS HKST MAKK ANU BHAPK NOW BULL), , TUAVELIXU "MESS" 'GOODS ; Plain and Check, iu great varhHy, . A DeaullfulliM . i French organdie, rYenoti iiiwiu.UrenB ., , ,,. dines mid liuragea. i 1 A joli lot SOLII OI,UI(i:i ItEHAfJKS; Which wi; tri tolling at' IfAtf I'utOK. Mourning Dress Goods; Blank rtomlwuunea, , Black Chalheo, mack delaine., Ulak Alpauiaa, blank Tamartinei, blank Crape Maretr., blank Crape Oullitra, blank Crape Veil.,, blank Luve Veil., blank uinghHiiiM, , bl'k Kr. Kim. Crape... blnok Print.. ( I NO HAMS una C1IINTZNH, i New ktyle KnatiraliUrle, v. ' BeHt make, new atyle, , , kid a OVES, Short Sucks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MAISTTILtAS, Shawls. Lace Points &c. tur nUn k m 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. — 2 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES WASHINGTON RUMORS. Nnw Yuu, March 1. The Mercury's Weabinrton special says U is universally- ad mitted tut lb cIom of the session of Con- km will sritneM a decided change is the pol icy: of the Government The President M yielded to the wince of Secretary end Thur low Weed to propitiate the conservatives, and time make the conicriptioa palatable. The measures in view are : 1st. A change in the Cabinet that will give Seward ead hit policy a majority o( its mem bers; Chase to be retained and ii he retiree, Rout J. Walker takes hie place. 2. A restoration of McClellen to tame cem mand, to abut the month of hie noisy disloyal friends. , . 3. Some oonceaaion to the negro prejudice! of Northern soldiers. Blacks in the army to t kept in eobordinate positions. 4. The radical Bepublieans to take a back seat, and moderate Republicans and war Dem ocrat to have the confidence and direction of the Administration. 5. There are to be no ...

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

lomplr Hulliliiiff. tut miri Wtref ' oaiuv UNpiaii. V Per weak, (pnrMftto t-'irrirs).i ,,$ p VVKBKLJUKMPIHK. ' . M One copy pruiuiin. ...... .MH..M.M...i..f do eaTi'itr oiiviilaioMtrtM ol pmLk ift MobI gomery vu tint jr. . PttynMitin ftUvftucej hi lliww.M job pniisrxiisrcst- of every dewtrtption, executed od Steam PrM, Ii bpt Mtyle, ami itt rwwNmabta pricea. PiriLltUVn ftVftftt JtrtttNtrUll, 91 j ilO.Lt. l ii V K H A LOiMN1 Special Notices. Found. A Small tuiu of money, owner aan have it by applying to Joseph Scliatler, corner of Water and Main street, 1 - - - IF YOU WAST CiOOU ; 1IAIHS, OO TO , LEWIS L. GIL LI LAND'S,, No. 9, Market Strkkt. ; lie haa now a large lot of inperior Hutni, Dried Beef, Ate., of his own curing, together with a full supply of Fresh Meat, tor. aale at tll hour. ja.13 Boi. Napoi.ok, Henry Co., 0., Jul 7, 1858. : Dr. C W. KoBAOK, Dear Sir .For the benetit of suffering humanity, permit us to an nounce, through the columns of your Circular, the iurpriaing prope...

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

jipilu input. WM. T. I.OOAN,KJHM. TUESDAY. MARCH 3, 1863, The Indianoia. , Tna Indivncla, one of the finest," and the teatof the iicn-clad gunboat which nolongedT lo tha MiRsUsijipI flotilla. has TUlaa Into th nand of the rehel-." She I tnn;tb blockade at.Vicksbqrg did the Queen of th West, and ha shared her 4 fate. i It looks m if .oiir Government had contract fur furniRhing the rebelR with a navy, ami ara filling it to the best of their A Felow Unmasked. W have often wondered who was the scribbler for the Cincinnati Commercial signing himielf '.fAftoo' Nethlitz." A more unscrupulous liar never wrote for a newspaper. It seems now that he is iin uiaxked, and he turns out to be a parson of Indiana, a chaplain of some regiment from that State, who id now at home NM-wing liis abolitionism out upon the people of that State. What an awful in-Miction, 'l'he telegiaph in tonus ub thin morning that Qen. Hosecrans has issued an order prohibiting the circulation of the (.'iiicitinati Enquirer...

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. — 3 March 1863

Dry Goods. NO. 68, C01tJIBR VUN AN JIKiJOJII. TICET. i VANUOKliNi'MILLEH & i'OJv, (bueuaaaoie luJoHN, VA.N1MJKEN CO.) ! D u x i (LQlQ r s . CHECK, POLAR! AND INDIA MLK.S, ililAiNba BLAC M..K, PLAIN ANll FANCY MOZAMHliJUKS, PLAli FALL DK t;HUinl, , CHECK POPLINS. , A large MUMk of- - ' LADIES AND MISSES HOOP - SKIRTS1 WSMT MAKK ANU HHAl'k! NOW MOLD. 1 TKAVELLV't ' MESS f0OI)S ; Plain and Check, ill great variety. A twrKii n'til line ., i j French Orgit.idlea, trench LKwna.Urrna Jlne and ttwsgtu.' I A jul. lot , Ml I.I O COMilltOO ItERAtaE! ; j Which we'eVe ' onlliuk at biuf.fiiiltU Mourning Dress Goods; black BomltfMiQa, . Blark UhaHiea, ' ' ' black Ife-amee, blv'k AlpaoitaH, HI wit TAiiiartinnB, liltM-k Crape Maretc, Hlwk Crape Collar, liiau'k Crap Veil,; blwk Love Veil, Hltwk uinghaniM, . JM'k Kr.A Kug. Crape, 11 iTiuti. aiNuTlAMS and OHINTZKS, ri J BwsHiyl Kmbroldrl4 aW. 1 :. Bent make, oew ntyle, ,,- i KID a OVEH, Sliort Sacks, Moth , Dusters, SIL.IE MANTILLAB, Shawls.Lace Po...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 2. Uovm. The Houm reoeded from iu amendment to the Stoat bill aupplenaentarv 'aLkI anlAin tf the Timber! Huatea. Tim amendment far tha District Court -admiralty jurisdiction war tha lake and adjacent water. The Hntita paned tha Senate bill granting; i . i . - w: : .j 1 : -u . f... JtnUIIV II IIUUUIIH VIIU IUIl.UIH IIP! illllllMIJ road rinrtioae. Tu Houia conrarred in tha Senate' amend ment to tha bill granting permission to tha Independent Telegraph Company, the Una extendine, from rortiana to aaningion, to extend their linei into tua Untriit or Loluia bin, The amendment grant aimilar privilege to any oihar corporation or companr. Tha House panned tha Senate bill authoriz ing the formatter General to take immediate measures for the payment of the aick and wnuhrierl in tha convalescent camna ana 1 hoxpitnl within sixty day. The Senate bill to organixe a signal corps alter amendments, waa pa...

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 March 1863

, - IM1I.1 KMPIKH. Par we, i-wtMiI ro tHc-nwi ., i... By mail tr annuii, ia NftvMKM.....M , Oae-iooy or auuuni,...:. x 1 iiv fc, crista, ctp-i,li,-tre of mUh ift 'Wiwm 1 joinery co.miy. P.-.yip-at ia aJmu:t.viti auaeft , job itiisraciio 4 if erery deavn)ition, zncuttl un'NtoMir' reesee, .ft he bflt Mvle, atvi i reonatl prion. , --. . tt'WMktfti TVtAX i rrr.it NOON, M ilrtl.LU KY 1 U 1 A- LUUA N . I.Hi.trtt l.uil.liitg, ll MaJu Hti-tt,. SPRING ELECTION. WAntlotluapniPiil under .hi hrad Will ti'hargtd $2. Mo unme innertert tmlr.t aomomird Uy me run. Market Mauler JOHN McCCTOUKON will be mipporred for re--liH-iioD totite office w Market Mauler at the tnnuiuf Boring election, mat City Solloitojcv . - , ' JOHIAH lAVEI.IJiNcMii1tdiUIbrp-ivctioa to Hi office of Uity Solicitor. ma;i - Confttuble. '" ' "V A. M. OYLEK will be candidal fur i.talie at the ensuing April eleHion. , mtU A.C. HUKLBUKr will be candidate rorCon-tnWe at the ennmag April election. mn Htreet CominUnionei'. M. J. BTirFEN...

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 March 1863

WM. T. liOOAN, BJItor. W f. .aOAY, MARCH A, -VViw ' vual elections' Uk phv in fm.,i.'' tJy. If the Demo iiia tliat ! ate do Hot meet with nw .. lu-f Wt t least, deserved it. , f ,1,, -, , the Union has been from !!. . i' , ,'ift a -and attempt te "conquer and destroy the Southern Stales." This is plain aoaglk, and puts tbe Empirt in it true poei lion before the people. Th attempt by South ern laMholdera to overthrow the Govern ment, and establish a Soalliern Confederacy ia initifiable. and the war tarried on by the loyal people of the country to maintain the integrity of the Union i no more than a .! ettemnt to "eonauer and destroy the Soothers Stales." Journal. Yes, a the mask is torn from the hyp ocritical pretenses of the Administration, it U plainly evident that the war, " from tho beginning," has been waged on its part for the sole purpose of destroying the national exinteu.ee and the institution of the South. Its every act for tho pant vtar has been in opposition to a restora ...

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 March 1863

Dry Goods. isr o . Be, . ' inn' miJ )rWfcilouWi AHiKiaei A VANUOKKN, MILLEH & FOX, (.Suoueaaoia 16 JOHN, VA.NIlOBEN CO.) D li Y CTo J X) S . CHECK, roLARD AM INDIA blLKS, bUT HUANDU BLACK Hilda, ' " ' ' PLAIN AND FANCY MU.A M BIViUW, PLAID I'AUU DK CUUlBr,, CHECK POPLINS. A large etuvk of LADIES AND MISSES HOOP SKIRTS' BEST MAKK AND SHAPE NOW SOLD. ,.( TRAYEL.Yu DRESS GOODS; film uJ Check, in gram variety. A beaitliful lino '', """" ( rreni h Organdies, French Lawni, (arena- A joblot SOLIU I'OLOKtU .,, II Ell AC. EM Which we are nelnng at IIALr PU lurt. " Mourning Dress Goods; BlK-k Bombaiinea, Black C hall tea, Black UelaiDea, bt:k Alpacoas, lilac k Tamartines, lllaek Jrap Mareta, Ulack Crape Col lam, kiwk Crape Veil,a Wiftok Lore Veda, Bla'k wuijihamti, Ul'k Kr. A Mug. Crepe, Blank-r-nnta. (UNtlHAMS nod OHINTKH, ' Atew'styl .tfmbrolclerlea. eYe. Bent make, new style, ' 1 KID GOVE8. Short Sacks, Cloth Dusters, SILK MANTILLAS, Shawls, Lace Points, &c. Our ito-'k in Urge and ...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. A RUMOR FROM VICKSBURG. Nl Yoai, March 3.-A .idicolooe minor la aBont that our foreee tvve been defeated at Vickeborg tm e Ion of JO.000, of whom 7, 000 war drowned. No credit if attached to it MORE RUMORS. Cum, March S -The Memphis. Balletii. of Saturday ujii we h e report, confidently belid in well informed circle! below, that the rebele are eradiation Vicksourg. The guuboat Corondolet and fire other are sported to hare reacted Tallehalehie river, by the way of Yaaoo Pasa. Report anil fa vorable from Lake Prorideneei. About a mil of tha Memphit and Cnerlei tou railroad, near Moscow, baa beeo lubmar .red for several day and Friday last the bridge waa moved aeeeral feet and sunk ao Ibattraini cannot ran. SOUTHERN NEWS. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. March 3. Our latest advicei from Hate General Uoeecrans had adanoed a for as .M.llersbnrg, half way between llurlraesboro aol tjhelujrille. Ia the rebel house of Representa...

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 March 1863

.u.Li.ns trass Arrsa.vn, sv 1IOI1 i M K V K It I.OdAN, Umpire Hulldin;, lit) Main rttireet. ' HAILV KNriKH.' Pat WMrit, (payaMot Van-tors). ..mm,... rly uvail tr auuuni, id aUvMHNh,..... . . i .-A Onocour nnraunutn ,.......,i..-4.f.. .tl 00 4Ti'u. Karma oinmlale.Ire. of po.lAg. 10 MMl- KOinary fotiiuy. t'arinonltn adTaooa mi all ea-.., job pniisrTlisrc f every dew-rlpUon, oieiilted an Steam PrMMl, I ma bn.t Hlyl, anil at raa.oonbla prima. SPRING ELECTION. Announcement Mtidr thi head will he ihar$d I. Mo name inner ted unlm acoomii.ied by the vwnh. Market Mailer, JOHN MoClITOUEON will b -npaort J for re-a Im'imn to th oflk' m Market Mfttr at the nutnf cpnug eleotion. mat City Solicitor. ' '..",! JomiAH !AVKLhfHRrftDdi4lRirr4leti lib th ortictiuf Oity Solicitor, mas Conwlable. " ', t, : -J! A. M. OY!,KR will b a candidal lor CniU at th enuring April Hertiow. omS A. 0. Himi.BURT will be ft onmlldnt tottmfaM at Uie enduing April election. niMt H.ret GomniiMioner. . . M. J. BTKFFEN will ...

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 March 1863

" Wm'. T. I.OOAN, K U tor. THURSDAY, MARCH ft, 18C3. arYa wcrt, mistaken yesterday ahout tie timf 9f tha electron in New Hamp shire. It ..doe riot come off until next Tuesday. jrThe Democrats of Newport, Ky., gained . signal triumfb ovrthei Aboli. tioniti at the municipal election last Mon day. Tho people will nurely triumph if Unwed free etnregslon throiieh -the bal lot-box. i "Awake! It ye be Freemen." We direct ths attention of our readers to' an article from the New York free man' Journal, under the above caption n 1 fnnml in another column, it is worthy , the earnest attention of every lover of liberty in the land. yOur acknowledgments are due Hon. D. W. Voorhkes, of Indiana, for a copy of hii late great epeei h on the. liberty of the citiien, delivered in the House of Rep resentatives, February IS, 1S(3. It is a powerful effort, eloquently and forcibly put forth, in behalf of the liberties of the American people. It ought to be in the hands of every man in the country. trout i...

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