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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 5 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKXSIHX8, BOINTI LAXDand BACK PAT. , . ;i iTHOMAfv iOVUJ it . ATTOHNKY FOR fX'LLKCTION OF Soldiers' tlaIms,Counly Money, linck 1'ttv.' amtLl'e.tu.lonej, FOR WIKOW.i, FATHKHS OR MOTHERS, OL IHKKa OR.UBIIUl,.,.,,,,,!' NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect through TtillrmvlK Co.. of OoMimbua, Ohio, and aehiujfton, 1. U. nott . TBDHli r. TMMKSHR....,..,jj.A1-I.A! I. JOlft1f: - NEW lIliM; tiihkkiikui jonpAhf, ...a DAYTON, OHIO. OFFICIO near the corner of Third luil Stain atreeta over the Hayluu Bauk. . jaiadawir Dr. J. Y, lLiK8PlK,,q HU HO I'. ON ii 1'! N T I HT , OrFKKJI Ilia nervier In the public, anj all ihe ad vunlagCHiu lie derived from it liniiouli knowledge ui, and twelve yeare wt)wlMw e, the pi-iuMlcv of hi proleiHien., , , . , i ' , " ! ' ' ... " 1 aMrWork doueiu all the ditlerent atylea. Orace and reideu .e Mo. 3.',, Jefleraou etreet, weel aide, between Firm and Second. .. dcttkily . ois.w.aoua. juuh . M'maoh MOUK A. HcHAIION, A. T T O It N E 1; H - A T - ...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. Congressional. WASHINGTON, March 3. Hoc Passed bill authoriziDft the Sec retary of Treasury to appoint special agents to rollec the abeudooed property- in insur rectionary States od sell it at auction. The House alto paued Senate's bill regula ting priae tMM. Pendleton offered a of resolution tendering thank! of the House to speaker Grow. Adop ted unanimously. White moved suspension rules in order to consider bill to aid Missouri in abolishment of slavery. Roll call just completed; result not o Boanced when Kerrigan rone and made tome remark! with violent gesticulation Colfax, Speaker pro tem, endeavored to lop him; finally ordered the Sergeantnt ariun to take bun into custody. Kerrigan again essayed to apeak. Quiet partially restored. Result of vote announced Ci kitainrt 57, not two third ; rule not mis pended. Steven introduced a resolution providing that the pay and mileage due to expelled members of this House be id ...

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

,' .,"fMMUl eraet eiraAMKM., ev tiOlM Nt'SKM!... liOUANl.' " Kniilie Hrtllrtltn. lift Main; Wre. i wJ uiif DIB HI. - ; f n i Par wmIk, (payaWa to DwrHOT),...., J HV mail Imr miUUUL IB MiVMn.t -"" 4 WKKKLV KMfUKK. '. i On copy permuuiA, J HUM in elloeeea. joinery county. Jy .nani iu adranct. m ( - -- 1fr- t"ffft ,rrr -' j JOB miNTIJNTW: , , ,, ( every deacription, exeellted on atenia leew, 1 ,e mm atyle. anJ at reaaeoelile (incee. n--- SPRING ELECTION. avar-Announoemenia under .hie hand will be eharired fi. No name ituierled unlaea MtMnpit arilie vCltr Marshal.'" WTAOY B. CAT 11 la a candidate for re-election to the otnce or Cltjr Marhal. , ,r t 0 , uaaj " ' Market' blaster. ,.. , n , ! JOHM McCUTOUEON will he lilpporteJ ! lection to the office oi Market Miuiler at lb eneuiaa; apring election. . , , ..n j Citr Solicitor. JOHIAH LOVELL In a candidate for re-elrtfietl I Id Uie otnoe of uuy solicitor, ran Oonntabln. W.MU JOHN BPEITKL will be a candidate for Constat At ttieenauing April ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 6 March 1863

WM. T. I.UOAN, Kdiror. FRIDAY. MARCH t, 1BC3. A Fool and his Endorsers. The Journal of Wednesday publishes with evident gratification what purports to be an extract from letter written by a soldier RosioRANa' army. We give th following paragraph : ; VI think ha (RoteerantJ will toon beve to send two or three regiments to Ohio to put down the traitora at home. Oh, how 1 should lika to shoot tome of those Northern rebels, I would rather (hoot them than shoot squirrels, and yon know I am fond of that sport ' By the way why don't you form yourselves into regiments and put down tnose traitorous aev il, and gut the Dayton Empire and Cincin nali Enquirer? Alter reading the above, one cannot help thinking how the writer has man aged thus far to escutw the visits of the fool killer. Nobody but a fool, and one of the worst type, would ever have writ ten such a thing. No sensible man ran fail to read his character at the first glance He not only writes himself down a most consummate donkey, bu...

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

Professional Cards. pkHi o7j,. p oj Mjir u s&itni back$1t.' TlIOMAsT). I.OWK, ATTuHNltT K04 fcuMiECTION OF Soldiers' CJnims,l!oanty Money, Hut-It I't.r Mud 1'nuluont, J FUR WIDOW, FATHKHN IIU MOTHKHo, Hl)l. Dlatit) oa,HWRS. NO CHARQE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect, through Ttillmade 4 C. u( Colnmhun, Uhm, uitl HnNhitig(fn, t', C, ( ... u-,ino6- TROKil r. TURklHUkK.. ...Hatha, a k. Jmbuan. TllHKolIKH & .iOJtlJAN, : ATTORNEYS AT L AW lAVTOW,.OHlU.' .''.'' OKFIOK near the uorm.rof Third aud Main .Iraata everUie L)lun Vafikli, j ,a'jil'l jaljilawui r. j. r. ui'uKsmT.ri j SUUO K O N It K N T I T , OWW hW ifciMiW twMiik jHiblltH cb4 wl-lla d rnniaei to be derived Iriuii lliuillh knowledge 01, and twelve yenra experience lu, Hie piaeltee ot hie prolea-uan. a-aT-Wurk donein allthti dirlerent ril'Vla..' '"; Ortii-e and reaideuea-No. Ho, Jertor.on ntraet, Writ eioo. uetwoen rirai ana neuouu. denudly t0. W. IIUDE. JOHN a. M'llAHUli IIOl'K . MoMA.IIOAft A T T O n'afli'w 8 -A T - LAW . OF...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM MEMPHIS. Mturan March S, vie Cairo, 6. Th capt ure of the Indianola m conBrrned under cir curottanee which lead to the belief i, ra on necessarily surrendered Inst Friday. The Iodienole and Queen of the Wert were discovered odnt the rioi of Warrenton, both ia a condition to do effective annric. Tba tickoeae in the arose ia increaainr. The canal between the Mitaissinpi River and Ike Providence, it finished The water ia not yet let in. FROM WASHINGTON. Waibixutos, March 6. The main pointt of basinet transacted by the Senate to-day were the adtniniatralioa of the oath to Mr. Thnmu A. Headrickt, of Indiana, and Mr. William Sprsgue, ol Rhode inland, who look their aeata for the first time. The I'reaidont pro trm, by a resolution of Mr. Ambon, waa authorized to appoint the mending committees The executive session wnt confined to the passage ol a resolution to return all the nom ination! of military officert etc , which exp...

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

ruvi.tantt nvhMT ma a, Uf ilOliliM 1-1 V Mli fc liO(JAN, Mtni.irt H.iU.lln, IIO Mulrt rtttrW.'" i DAILY KMPlHKt v - - J Per week, (paranle (a iirrtrn. ..., .,,.. ...I 15 Hy mail (Mr tuutim, in ftd-wime,,......,,... M WKKkLV KM PI UK r . . Onecnpy iwt-4.ftftm... .v.. 1:. i ht- KHrmK in'iilitftro ol peiinge id Motir I ornery Bounty. Payment in advance in ftHtflf.1Ml JOB PRINTINC ' ' of tmrf nVrvriptlon, eeptite. on Statn Preaaea.U lie hen.1 atvle, nil' I it reenmitlilo rni, MMNMMHBMHIMMIHMMMUHMt SPRING ELECTION. aV-Announeemnt under (hi heml will W fharyM f i. No name luaerteJ. uulrh aivomjntiiii hy the t-eah. ... Olty Mamhnl. BTACY B. CAIM ia a cftiMialitf for N-flitf mm ofnoe of Oily MaraliaJ. - hum, Market Airier, 1 f r ' JOHH MrOUTOMKON will be npport. Ibf re-fl-lection to I hit offloe oi Market MaMer nt the emutn pruig election. t nh City SoUoitor. ' s () JOHIAH LOVELLfflKcnttdidntf rttrr-tk'ftni V tht office of City fcol ii tor. , nift! , (joQBiablt. . JOHN HPKirKL will be a ram...

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

WM. T. l.OOAN, Editor. 8ATUKDAY, MARCH 7, IBM. The Conscript Law. We give our space to-day to the jprtbli cation, in fulltf f th Conscript Act, with amendments, it became a Uw. It is a nutter that interests every man, woman, andchilsVtn'theKorth.- The infamy of tlie bill has already been alluded to in these columns. ! It is unconstitutional, un just, and tyrannical in the highest degree. It strike, down State sovereignty at a sin gle blow, and brings the States prostrate at the foot of the general government, thus consolidating a despotism as pure and un mixed as that of Russia. And like all despotisms it discriminates in favor of the rich man as against the poor. H provides that the rich man by the psymeut of three huudred dollars, exempts himself from the toils, the hardships, and the privations of the army, while the poor man. who is unable to raise that amount, must be diagged from his home and his family, Irave them unprotected to the mercies of a cold ami uncharitable world an...

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

Professional Cards. www wm-m ---- - vt Soldiers' tlaini8,liuty Money, -7 r : , r 7 ' ptt? FOR WilKWrt, KATHhliS Oil M (JTH Kltd, HOL UlKKrt OH II Kill?. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED! Collect through TnltmBi Ijffi ' 'u.', of I'olumbuii, Ohio, and y, at.hni.it.iu. 1. i:. ii.,y. u r. titeuuia.-. n.iu.k a. i.u,.. NEW IVNV F1KM. DAf TON, OHIO. OmuE near luaeoni.rf Third and Maid iMU er the Liavuiu liunL. , . . ..juiF. Dr. J. J. tiillKSP lie, ... H IJ it O K o Nf D E N I 1 S T , OrFERS hi. aervieea to the ptiMIJ-, and nil the vauutifeato tin derived Iroul it thoionh kuowle 01, aod twaUr. f trn.4ij:wiHiB iuk. u, aula a wf proleaaieu,, , ,, ,, , ,7T, i .1. aaarvViirk doneiQ all the different alylea. ......... .... . . j.f( ...nerauu etroel, weal .. . n, h.u ..hjuuu. ... - - til Kl I r o. w. eoue. '' JoeraA.a'AAaoa HOUK McM A HON, iTTOHJIEJS.AT.UH Room heretoiore occupied by J. A. MeSIaliou, - "". wv.ipieu oy a. imiaiauuu, nr tmiH m in m . &.v liurjli4i4r AfuaJ. yjthdljfr ATTORNEY AT L...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. DISASTER IN TENNESSEE. Nisbtillk, March 6 There wa Chung U day yesterday between Van Dora com i' nana and Federal forM of thre refcimeota Of infantry, about 500 cavalry and one battery at SpringHill, 13 mile iuulh of Franklin. CoL Colburn'i threw regiment of infantry , war cut to piece and capture by the rebel ' Tkiey fought desperately, bit their amnm 'ition beeam exhausted, and the Federal, overpowered" by (uperiut numbers were either killed or matured. The oavalrr and artillery vol off etifelv No reinforcement from tien. Gilbert at Frank. tin reached the aceue ol action. There era (even regioieuu of FederoU at that piece, . Van Uorn ia reported to have IS.nno men tiUer hi eommand. Second Dispatch. r 'lift her detejla ot the fight at Franklin yea jtcrilay have been received f ' .1 it regiment of infantry and one battery fit the lfcth Ohio, with the 9th Pennsylvania w) 'ti Michigan Cavalry, all uader command of t'ol. Col...

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

Per wmk, (fMkfcilhle.O (Jerri-) ...... By uimI Hr auntim, in aVtifHitwiw. ... er- lie ft. I gomery county it biu-iiui iniittfirH4i o iweietfe m Mum- Ptiyinenim aJvitu u aUerum. Ml of tt-.Ifntorlptioti, e.mmte.1 rt ."teem Prweeee. to he hem mv, we. At rfUMitmHti noe. , . : ri'fMrtfcP KVftHf A f I t M Nd-I , II iULLM t"i Y l-i it ' Vi i O ik A N . -DAYTON. ' OHIO: MONDAY, MARCH '-iSoii Hi l-lr - :l nhi SB w mW " J&i7 .si ;:. ; SPRING ELECTION. "AmotiMmtm mtclwf tht tie ml will le riiit' d. No BJMite luwtiwl tmlvsn twAini'timi'd ty Vie t-sUll. 1 ' ' -J.J.-U-JJ t ' ' .....li'l. . "HTAOY B. OA IN ia a eftnUidttle for rn-elei'tiou toth oth.e of tUtjf Meretwl. ,,.,, t, i f J ,( i UtWi-l Market Mtv(r. JOHN Mrl'UTOUKoN iritis Mjftnoneaj 4&r e-e leciiup to the uiIli'H u4 Merket Heeler at 4 emMiing aptlUg eie.Mloil. . . ... t , , iuM ' city Hoitoitor.. ; ;l; : JlJHIAH I.OVKM, I AuiUirinlnte .M-ft-eli Allitfl, do ttioeol City ftoiMMior . . 'it J,W t " ' OonwliibW ' " 1 IOHN Hl'KI I Kit ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 9 March 1863

WM. T. LOtiAW, K.litoc. MONDAY, MARCH , tBo3, No touublioafi papet counsels t violence kto away with such papers as ths CWstf, nil w hava yet In m I sing la on that does not condemn the mobbinj ot that (toprjerbeew ae u venomous as it was, Dayton' Journal, That U deculely cool, in far of facts, The' Jbtimdl 'itself.' lias Rirn more of counsel to tb perpetration of th not, titan tHindetnnation thweuf, . We have yet to see a direct and open condemnation of the outrage in the coluiiiiM.of that sheet, or ant other Abolition paper. Butwehava seen Republican papers that openly conn Holed "a retort to ' violence" for the de itruction of Democratic papers. The Daily Gaiettt, an armcure abolition sheet puUished inlndianopliH, a paper whose luuatic. raviug-s we have never though worth while to notice iiHe the following language in an article on the mobbing the Crisis oflii-e : Thue hu ndr-d. we trust, a paper that .h..ld have been "sauelched" loon ago but th.r. ore other lamers that need supp...

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. — 9 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKX8ION8, BOl NTY LAM) and B.WK PAY. ATT'flKNSY ! fMI.I.KU'l ION or Soldiers' l'iulms,ItouiiIy Money, VOR WIIHIWH, KATIIKHH OH MO'I'HKKM, MHI.l .v4 v u -.... ...j ... i I NO CHARGE UNTIL MONty PROCURED, Collact throu.i fT:iHniniH A Cm., of Cotumbu Ohio, ami to MiitfitfU-aVte 4,U .(-,;u . traaa .... ttV , ISTjiW' iL"Ayv "liliMi ATTOKNEYS AT LAW DAYTON, OHIO. ."!..! OPFH.'K nar tlinwiHrfrtif 'fhirtf Hd Mntii airWti far ilia layloB bank.i 1 4" jM4lHwtr t ",.. r...p"4.tw,n.itfH 1 w u it a y. O n u K NT1S t i OKKKKH hi. aaWl.-e. t . . '' i I . i ' .M t.l't.'-, ' hi i , 1''k il iw k.f vaulagna to lm derivi-d lry.ii .i ill... nil- li kirn ifdife eatand twita4:itviievd-nini;,n.i ftihtU'MiMf 4rdlAi4Bu.. ' . ' "I '' " ' , akervVork duuniii Mil the dirti.ri.ut alylca. u ulna and reHideii e No. Jo, Jiuu-uu elrnni, kpmi sub. llobD Kirr Mil Seuuiiil, , . u' ..leiOjl 4k0. W. BilUK. .1 i.. '' 'j'oii'li it M'ilAHOl. HOOK. A MoMAHON, ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW vti J. Via, i h i U hM itit...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM VICKSBURG Caimo, Mwoti 1-r-AdrioM from Violuburj os Mossier say flag of true cam . to lbs Federals on rJoadaf object ankoowa. Tars tkoasAnd taaa with drwjret wert at work on the canal The Yaaoo Pan tipedilioa i progressing favorably. ' Admiral Parlor tiimki the InJitoola and Wtbb were both,, tusk in (he lata engage ment , . FROM WASHINGTON. WAtaiiroToa, Metre i 'in Sanaia tods? confirnesj the ftilluwirijr aominaUoaj, while ia psora aeeeton ' .i j-' David VYitoiet, u( Pennsylvania, to b Judge of tin Court ut Claims, Albert 8 White, of In diana, Eli R ChaM, of Wisconsin, and Cyrus AWiricb, of Minnesota, to be Cotnmiteionert, under the an of Congress for the relief of per on who have sustained datnaita bv reason of depredations audiniuriee by aettain hand of Jjioux Indian!, approved February 16th, 106:1 CUntee 0. Hutchinson, of Kenias, to be airent of the OttaWM and Ohippewas of Swan Creek and Black Riv-r, and Ibe Chris...

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 March 1863

lOIiLMHYRli I.OUAN, KMpIre ullllllr. Il( Matll Mrcxbi DAILY KMtUHB. , ' 1 ! Per weak, tp.rar.la to oarnars)......, by mail per anuum, leadvano n ...t H .... l WUkSKLiY UHPIKI. Oaeenpy per annum .... 00 ST t'tie Kariae eiruulaieHfroa ol be.taga id Hunt gouiaiy cnuuiy. Payment in advam-e m allertaaa.-tae JOB PRINTING ! if Trj deei'.riptioo. aaeouted ou Steam J-reaaoe.ia ha be.t alyla, aud at reiia.mtilile prices. -v'oii. xiv. DAYTON, OHIO: TUESDAY. MARCH 10, 18G3. NO. 200. SPRING ELECTION. MrAnnoiint'enient umter thi hend will be etiwifmi li. No uamr inserted unUea accoinpHiiied i.y icte caah. Oitr Mnrwhal. BTAOV B. 0AIM la a candidate fur re-election totlie orl.ce of Otiy MarhiuU. . . tnati.a Market Maittr. JOHN McOVTOHKON will be supported Ar re-e-lectio u to the orRce ot Market Manter at the a, suing apring election, inn City Holioitor. , JOHIAH LOVKLL In n nsndidate lor fe-eteett'on to the otliue of City Solicitor. ; ineS CoiiMtablt. JUIIH 8PEJ 1KL will he a candidate for Constnli...

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 March 1863

V. vf . r .. . (y aim vmjmT WM. T. I.OOAN, Kill tor. TUESDAY, MAIICH in, 1H63. U. S. Senators. Since lh last fall elections, ton 1!. 8. Ftiiator hav m lewttl Km of llifia l'l-mocrara ami threw ltjniUlica, viz : lmocrat- Pennsylvania, New ejavar, Imliana.two, Marylan.l, and 11- ..aois. ltppuiilicnns New York, MhIus, ml Michigan. The Truth. Mr. HiNOimo. the Emancipation Senator from Missouri, make a loud cll Vpon the war-breeding, lilooil-letting pnl it Ueclaiuiers. During the dobate on "Wilson's Conscription Bill, recently in in Senate, he opposed exempting minis- ton from military duty, he said : "Treason bad been preached by ministers, t least in Massachusetts and Missouri, and titer have been in a great dee ire instrumen t'J iu bringing aliout thin war If 1 bad my a, 1 would put them all in the field, and ake them right the battle they bad done so inch to inaugurate, Poland. The latest accounts from Poland show that the Polo were still making headway laving defeated superior force...

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 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKsilOjis, BOl'JITY liA M 0 and BACK TAT. ATTUHNBV FOB COLLKUTIoN IT j Soldiers Claiiiis.ltounty Money, HitoN Pa'tiAA l'A-lon, i , FOR WllJOYYH, KATHKKM OB MOTH KR, Jul. ill It KB OH HMIIH. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Colltetn through Tnllrnadge Co., of Columbus, Ohtu, and WnshuiKton, L. C. uO'ib "nisw law iinii. .. i'Vtl li K&v-l I Kit fi JOHriAM.j ... ATTOHNBYS AT LAW OA TON, OHIO. , , , , . .,'1 1 OKFItlE near tl.eioriierof Third ami Mainatreete ever I he liaytoa Uiuik. ,jiil.idtl ,. . Dr. a", f. tilLLKbTIK, P"'' H IJ it O ; ON ,UKNTI8T, OrKKKD hi, aemce, to I lif piibil,., end all I tin ad raotagea to badenved (rem a ihnvmreh ttirowiedxe pi, nad twelve yeecnaAperiuu, tu, un piaoril e of ill, proies-uen. aver-Work done 111 all the dillurent alylpn. ortVeend rvlden N.i. ar, Jetlerauu street, weat . ... side, batweaa rtrat Mil aeoond. deUJiy ID. W. SODl. Joai.ll AIIO IIOUK McMAIION, .TTOKIVKSflATt LAW UKKIUK-NO. 2,THIBIMTKKKT, HAYTUN, , Koont na.relnior ...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. W'AniNttToN, March yMajnr mnn wo this morning lieforr the Cuminitlee i.n th conduct ol the war. . itroni; Iitcm of reliels n t Tniur re . M.ttv, and the military authorilie at Win i heater are of the opinion that they am ui.e ,uj oo that place lion. Wiln.ui tt Kctilon, late Secr.Miirv of f late, haa been eiipninleil ami roiilinti il by the United Slates Senate, ns adiliiii'ii.l puj ui.tt.lrr in the army. Il i ess trlad tliul ihit Spei-ii-.l CuniniiltHP, who visited Cincinnati lo examine the Miami, aiid Erie Canal, will make a auppliruentul re I ort Thursday, recommendine. iu abandon meat to the city, and that low bride, between incinuati and Bovington, will be deleatexi in the Home when it comes lu vote. CHEROKEE INDIANS. Sr. 1.01'is, Murch It. A correspondent of the Democrat ut the 2uih nit , saj the Cher okee National Council has just aiijii'.rned. Thi wan the tame Council that was coerced Into panning ...

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 March 1863

ruiuiifftft avaat arriaNoor,, r ' ' : JOMiNI KYKU A LOOAN. I, tup. re Building, no Main Htrtet. MAILY UMPIHS. ,x , ff iimIi, Mir!ii to (Jam era) H By Qieil Nr Hiiimin, maslvaooe .. IS , Wr.KKLV KflPlUK. One ropy pr awn tim, ......... J... .$1! 'Ml MT'l'nft iiMPiMK MntulMiMMfrua of pottage id Mont gomery uouuty. .'ayiaeuiin advance in allf.ariea." JOB PRINTING t . of 0Try 6rvrtptlon. awite'l on ntmtn Prmaa, la he but atyie. and i rAtuHmntil pnoeii. i ' ' ' ' ' 'jjf' c Vol. xiv. DAYTON, OHIO: WEDNESDAY. MAltCH II, 1863 NO.201. j - SPRING ELECTION. SeT-Anuounoeirtenta under thin hour) will be charged I. Mo Dam iuaerted unleaa eoootnanied hy the CMh. ., . ' AMMKOf. ' PA NK RATI US WKIIINKBwill he a candidal for Aa.ea.or In thaSiilh Ward, at the emuing Hpnng iKUva. mail City Marshal." ,' STACY B. CAIH In candidate (or re-eletuV,n loth oftic of City Maralial. ' i uiM) i i Market Mutn JOHN MoCUTUHRON will he u punned fur r--lecuoa to the office oj Market AteMOf el the. enaiMna- apriug elec...

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 March 1863

WM . T. Alitor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH U, 1863. Reception of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham. 1)111 gallant lU.isntativ Hon. l L. ' T,u.L!iiMUHM will rriv at holut on Fit UyL evening at 4f Velovk. V It in pmpot 4 ed to leCcive liim at the Duut uu hit ar rival., 1,W the Iieuiocraey and iinrve. 1 tiverneii tut it out in force ti meet liim. We especially invite the anemlaiue of ii- friend Irom llie country. Federal Force Surrendered and Captured. A light lias taken place at Jackson Ten nessee tietween iitlO infantry and two peice cil artillery, of Oeneral iri.i.ivAN' Division, ami a body of rebel cavalry. Th cavalry surrounded the Federal fori and compelled them to surrender. Catching at Straws. "The .ournuV is' laboring lianl to fi'idj some consolation for its liroken ami ilia- porited party in the result of tins city ami town elections in New York. If it -CaajjeV find anything to console it in the fact that ul these elections Xew York has more than doubled her Democratic majority of last fall, he ...

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