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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 March 1863

Professional Cards. , PKNSIOJ.S, BOU.UYMlUlBBlt Hit TIIOMAH (). I.OWK, k nr. ATTUHNJiY JUIB OULLKOTIUN OK Soldlers't'laInis,l5ounlyMouey, litauk lJv anl l-eneiluria, ' " KOR WlllOWr, fATHKBS' on MoTH;a, SUL IlkK4 UK HrIHS. j NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Coll) through ThHitihiJ A Co,, uf (lumbua, Ohio, and W aHhtuKiooie U. . - ' l" l no4 ' THOMAS f. THRIKHI- UrttHATNAITIIt JUlAtt. IST12W .J'UIM. "'"' "'Ttilllis'llKH JORDAN, ATTORNEYS .A.T LAW lAITUN,UHIO. ; ' j KFIOE near the corner of Third and Mailt atreot. Vy oyer uie iieyion Bank. jnledawJl , ai.A- Br. J. r. MLLK8P1K, SUKO K li "N I fc"N T I y T , , rFKM hi. Mrrlmlt jinDili-; An J all I he ad v7 vantage. u be derived fttmiM thermitiri knowledge "of, and twelve yeara experience m, tliu practice of hie proteaaien. .. . aarvVork douein all (he difWcnt .lyltn. Oltlus and re.i.eon ;e No. 35, Jedereuu .tree!, went . aide, bete-eon Buret and Beuond. dutttidly 0K0. W. BODE. JOHN A. H'MAMOH HOUK ox. MoHAHOl, - ATTORNE YS -"A"'- LAW OKF...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 11 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION. Cu!(cord,N. H. March 10. lb cnvitof tin S'ate riM been one of etraurrlina.iy ex citement. Th Tot to day wa.,compar.ivt!ly ono ,t the largest ever throw for Onvernor. 1 he Kepuhlicans supported Joseph A Oil t.iiro, lue Denv)urt Ir Eastman, tail the Colon or War Democrat CoL Walter I Urn man 'the return for Governor (nun ti7 towns jriue Oilmor 10,490, Eastman U 245, Uarrimau LATER. ConcoaD, N. H , March 10, 11.30 P M Returns from about two-tbirds of the State in dicate that tut Legislature will b largely Re publican, bat that there haa been no choice of Governor by tbe people, and that the three Republican me.moe.ra of Congress hare been elected, although there ia tome doubt about the first. Ooe hundred town foot up Oilmor 16,64V, Eaatman 15.S03, Harriman, 2,080. . FROM VICKSBURG. Caikii, Mrch 10. Late vices from Vicluburg of Thunday. Tbe rebels ale throwing; occasional shell at our workemen on the c...

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

resi.T.rtris ..RV Aevf.."oa, at ilOI.LM MY kti'-ir t.OO A N. Umpire Hnllitlug, IIO'.MhIii Hlret.,,,, .I.AIIY KNP1KK Per weak, (pavklile to Carrtara). ..... By mail pt itiiiiuui,mlvAiiuii.H.M.i.. N tt OS , '' ,' WKKKUV KMPIUIL r i : Oneeopy per Auiitini...........'......MA,....M.h..t...e'i 0 STilta hMPIIli1IVUlMtMll'l Of pMtK in At.Hlt- gomery county. I'l.yinanlin advant;. iu . - l- -'- . a ,ua v job pBiNTiNa': ,7, or every daeriptton. eieented on Bream Prmseir.iA ha'beat style, nn-l at reaaonuMe prleas. a x - V ' " ' :VUI XlY.; fJ 12 1 klUVrr), (111():" TIl0ltSIXY.:31AnCH :i2s,lH6.3. . . -V V. : i j. II 8 ! ,H .1. 1. ' V (i 4 1 .rr iv i' ;. . Mil) MM SPRING ELECTION. "AnnoHrn'Mnpntu nnder thta head will l charged ; 9. Mo name taieorted unlet accompanied by me 4'Mh. PANKRAT1U8 WK1DNKR will be a candidate fhr Alitor ib tbeUnth Ward a Uw waiiiotf ftpring election, mull . -v City Marshal. ..".. V . STACY B, CAIN io a candidate tor ra-eleetion totke olBce of City MwftluU. inmF Market Mai...

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

"WM. T. UO(AM, Killioi. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. lKeS. a .j"1 1 . 1 '. 1 aaeaweewa. mm. TUe D,moer,y of Montgomery county will receive their RcprMimtative, IIOS. C. L. ALLAXDIGHAM at vur TJXIOIsT DEPOT : .... i . 5 JkTST TO 1ST, tlS To-morrow Afternoon March 13 AT II t.P.IA1T 4 O'CLOCK, At whii:'i time he will arrive from the KuH on ill" Xeniit trait). JTS' are iudubteit to D. P. Faclds, Louieville, for copies of the popular musi cul pieces, "The Constitution bi it is the. Union a", it n," end also a favorite pii-co. "1 Can't llelp Dat, Tain't my F.iuti." Both of these production have i are ptjelit-al nr, well as musical attrac t luu. Tiw Donioc, a'ie llouse of Representative .t 11 trrinliur, IVnii , Must d lu allow the me ni mi! Biie lUll t.j Kx llovernor Johnson, ol 1 emie.-Mft-, and lix Governor Wright, of Id di'iiiH, to deliver political addresses. En quirer. That was right. It U very certain that that no Abolition Legislature could be in duced to extend smb. courtesy to Demo-i-ratK,...

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

Professional Cards. rexsiusH, Bourn t-.tjvuai.'ti bak m. TIIOMAH l. l.OWK, AITnKNKY OB (XflXKC'llON of Soldiers' tluims.Bomili Jloney, iiufik 'iv mill 1'eiiiHiona, .FOB VillxlvVH, KATMKKS OH MOTH KKli, SOL lllkKo Oil llfclRa. NO CHARQE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect! thfiwjrh Tnllmnlj6 t Co., of Columbus, OhtO, BDli H HBllllllOHi I. L' .. , . . .i t .o96 ' tHOKU f. tlIaUtH.ll.fc... II AT HAS . .( AM. NEW LAAV WKM. ' ' ''TiillKsii-ilfilt i'joilUAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW I, . DAVTOH,OHIO , : i FKIOK near the corner of Thir.1 and Mam streets V aver uie uayton .lank. iMlUdawtl Uiia i. Dr. J. F. iiilLKHPlK. n u u a k o n b k n r i m 'r , OrFKKS his Hntrnttilliir a whiM,' kn.l 1rltA''ef rAuUia-aalube uj.v-a.i-anft 4ioi.ihIi kanwfMKe ui, and twuivfl .oar.- fjipHnuuf. hi, itio niaetie.. ol Int. proiessiou. "MTlVork dun. in all Ilia Ulllerenf atyloa. "' "', umoa Hd rrsiden Me. as, Jeitersuu street, wast aide.uala-eea Vim endaeoond. ilwUJly 0. W. MODI. 0Kn A. -THAnon HOIK Av McMAHON, ATTORN B1 V A ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 12 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION. Comcor, N'. H., March 11 Tb election ia mill very clot, ll Judge Kniman is not ele jieil br a msjnritiet nf vtitee, ha will unljr watr.e ft:w, hundred Hi plurality over Oil mure will be rtxn 4.000 to 6,U0. In the first C'jrjgreasional district it is prob able thnt Marcer. Democrat. ia elecfeil br from UUO toIIOd. It will be neeetsery to have, the orii"ial hc eo'int i eouved the seeond and third dit tricte. In the 1 1 nine the Republicans will have nearly a lare a majorily at last year. The Senate tiandt nix and lix ; perhapt tha oppo aition to the Democrat parly may bare aecur ed seven or eiejbt of the twelue inembera. FROM WASHINGTON. New Yo, March 11 A Tribune Watliin: t.n special lay a, Thru llrown who waa tent ai special agent of the Treasury Department to ihe Pacific, to lute-t'tfete vhritut question that have arinen on that coaet, baa presented as elabofute report accompanied by a larga mats ...

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

ri'i.i4HD r.Tiaf ar-feeioo, at l OI.I.M V K it 1 I; O O AN, r.wpii-e- KullMug, MO Mala Htritet. .. DAILY KMriKR. rr w.-.'t, lu-iyahline Crfir). Hy mall par nnnm, Inad.mie. H . l( i .. ....... ; uii''ti pe-raanuni .-.. tailm i-iHriiiroiroul.lo.lr.ea Of MtMK in AloUt- i OAM.. (oiai i.nui.iy. liinftiaia saram job miiTTlJsrc ii BTitrv iiannnnnn. Hiicuira i rn rtwv.au is ne oii wlyU, nuii hi rtv"niitiie price. ' I VOL. XIV. l)AT0N, 01U0: FRIDAY. MARCH ;i 3,' 1863:!;: fi . 'If; 'H H 'fti- tl ill f' , ., . .. i W''Vf.!-V !.: . ,1J ;. , -, , -I I , JPT-fl . V , ), SPRING ELECTION. sfTAnnoimceinenUi under t hin head will be charged $2. Mo oana mntrt(l unlaffi cfmnpmicd tjy mm AnrMor. . PANKRATIUB WKIDNBR will be CMdiiUt for AasMtor in the Ulith Ward, M th nMumg Hprinf City Marshal. 1 STACY B, CAIN in a candid At for ree)ecttnn to th otB of City MitrtilbU. ma Market Master. , ; JOHN MoCtTCHEON will be r.upporie.1 i.,r'r-p. liUoo to the offlc oi Mnrket. Att)tt9i nt ttiti eomiing ipnn eiecuuu. ...

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

.... ..... '.- i .. - .y-! -aUAJ WM. T. Ij( A. X , ltr. I Htm. 8. 8. Cot h our thenke for sr Oon(rrcionl fnvorti. ; .'.',... ..' .js-Tlli! 'nigger;heada'' in New lUmp ..i.;a Wo Ween liitten br - the "copper head"-,5' which ere said to abound in that tative. The Journal ia urging upon in readers the importance of sending "sound Union documents to the array." But it ia very epccinl in requesting that tbey send copioa .... t ' i,D.ana" of a speech deliverer! 07 " Fixa, which it adds "may he had in pen pblet form at this office." It is a ques tion whether the Journal is most anxious to have 'sound Union documents' sent to .i ... o-o rid nf a verv niisela- ine arm?, hie stock of speeches on ham). ' ' i hie resuicct.on. 1 he s.gn. are r'a lire glad to see that the Demo- t .l,nn: vnrv unlUltV iu the State , tlmrouirhlv otganiiiiig- This is right, t ... .1.. ...... t nf nnmnization go on nutil Jjl inn ,,wii ty it becomes perfect and thorough in ev countv. Now is the time to wm no Democrat f...

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

Profession Cards. I'K.MSIU.N'ti, JJoi'UvInd BAI'Ji PAT. TllOMAi'OWj;. Soldiers' Uaiiiounfy Money, lino It IB- I' f'MWlonn, KOK MILmWrt, rATil"R MOTH It Hf, HoL- NO CHARGE UNtfONEY PRQCURE0. Collm'U through Taj ' ' lloltimbun, Ohio, ami V. MMKt,i,j , "o TIMU r. Tllflll.ll I .....ATII I. NEW IJVV 1'IKM. TUKK.lf JOKDAN, ATTO BljvS AT LAW , " ' Dk OHIO. OKKIUK near thP'i'"'' Third and Main atreet ever the liayiof k. jaUilawll "Tlr7ll8riV "" M I J H O !: i , 1 lj N p T OrFEHH hi. r) " the P"il.', nd H the ' Va'lltBle. to hC fod IrOUl It llHUOU!! KUUWlCHlgA o., end tweive yearr'rutiiee ) tii practice ol Inn pru.e.eien. J , WvVork ilaix ( ilium JIM. " Oin.in and reeiuv-o. JMtrsMi mret; west aide, bota-eea e'lreMtccoud. do.lldly M. W. MOCK. I ' JOB A. 'NAIlOll IIO(j HcMAHON, A T T O K V S - A T - LAW oKKiUK Nufi.rHlBD HTKKKT, liAYTON, worn heretoiorl'rpleii b 'e ' etrlfehOB, ttr uoor rami ul the ll church near Maiu.it. eodly 'rilAIV.lUWK,)' O C ATTORteY AT UAW UaI'ON, OHIO, WILL jrive fjipt...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION. Cotcoai, H. H., March 12. Retnrna from 11 hut 'it ol the Wi cities nd town inlu-ate th - fnllowing rsult Taking last year's vnle fur those tint heard f.om aul eliling eight prr cent in lor One, l'w State will aland annul M fnllows l-.n.t. man, lm , "i2,(i:il"i , Oilmore, Rep, If .- 7 Ht llarrimaii 4, Still; Kaatuian lacks oSmit m of ii ennr'il'ilional uisjnrit loalM-t him Ket citi." (roitt Irom lint yenr i4,'i24 frm Congress, Uaniel Marcy, Iti'inocral, in ulecte.l in the lirstJDistrict nvi-r.1 ol Kaetman, Repuul can ; Edward H Hoilins, republican, in elected in the second Di.trlct, over .lithn H. George, Democrat ; J W Patterson, Republi can, is elected in th,a third District. The Jlp publicans will havei between sixty and seventy maturity in the Uousnard nine uf thit twelve Senators, and Ih Council will probably Maud three Republicans and two Democrat. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION. FROM EUROPE. 1'obti.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. — 14 March 1863

rriMHHi.ii fcvcitr itw'Kii, to iU)l,4M KYKIt LO U A N. ..npiiti IliillillMfC. I 111 Main Wtl, l,ULY KMPIKK, Par work, (mvW lo t!arrinni) ......f ). Hy null par annum, in ndvunr M ... 6 oil WKKKIiV K NPIHKt Uii""ty pr annum t'i GO ttTTh Knpinr. (iiroulnif" of piiaUe in SloitN ioiui i o'iniy. F'.yuiaiit iu ivrui',w in nil!iii,,"w JOB PRINTINO jf inrt'rjr tiTiitnm, xoutl on Huatn Prtiai, in fin tfli aiyia, ami hi ivwmiiikUc pneon. SPRING ELECTION. aWAiinonut;nii.t) under thi liaii mil ! charged $. No nam m-rU-d unltm ttiiompium-tVl-y tn 'Mil. ih, AnneHNor. HIKAM K KI.I.KY will lw tuippui ltl by ll i voler. ol tha (tilth WntU lor Anaaaior at Mm niuux m.H FANKRATM'H WKII'NKR will be rnn.lrii.ito ioFt Ataaaior tn iheHixtli Ward, at the entiling Hpinui; dlN'tlOll. . . 1 Oily 1rhl. KTAf'Y n. CATN in ft .'wtdi'iatc for rr-eltx'.w.i ibUw cinV nf Uiiy Miu'nhftl. t t, niiu. Market Mumiiv JUHM MoCl'TrilF.ON will l M.ippmii,loi -rc tJ. ItH'Uou to th otlloo w Mnrkfl Mniurr ii( (lit pumiug vpriujf ...

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

VATf. I'Vlltoe. vKCH U. IBGT HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM'S WELCOME HOME. WELCOME HOME. GRAND AND ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [...] GREET HIM WITH [...] GREET HIM WITH MUSIC AMD CANNON. [...] Ovation. i .i ' i ham ariiveil at " -; yeiteHay I. Kit had : Jtre ' in O ofthi it vouati bj tin) wonar tut to I ; a Irth njtire was r,i- d one of the f.i' to any man i i our of arrival experter, hi ( " I tllO l)cpOt p, f every man, I '.' . ct hart come J., 1 1 lion ajvo .i.i :? i Two hamls i!e of ( i uf lUUHK , ,, ea'inon ! . tbe Miansi titled "bet tlw locom ties roil til rimhej fori c; eight of till ' lantly, ami titan' iutert ' jut adjourn' ' that H was a l.ASDIOHAM I in teadiu ourt Hotiae, to speak, li carrieil t 1 he waul ranm V ') by wo ti .ii'. . i, while a : :lt vrlt1- h thunder " i.i Valley of 1 ever aw i; .i istling of h the train ' ' ' persons it. . '. the fust .i. y. gaj- ' ' '' :u e iflite ' '' ' :' at lis . lie n w vhich ' ' the I lie i , 1 i-'i;.:'!: , (Ir"'! in em, ty- . m .ds .U'i i ilC'...

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. — 14 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKNSIO.NS, UOl.NTl' LA Ml nil (I Jill k I'AX. ATHiIINKY lt)K O'l.l.KUTHlN UK Soldiers' llalins,Bountj Money, Unulc I'hv unci l'ei.ationt., KUK WIIHIW.t, PATHKHM OR MOTH KKS, SOI, liikKn UK IIMIto. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Uolleeta through Tallmadg Co. 'Oluu, and V aMungton, i . C. of cohtmrai, IIOMU V. 1 NHUHf R.i . . H At U A.N ft, JuUUAN. NEW T-AAV FIKM. TUHF.hHElt & JOHUAN, ATTORNEYS LAW DAYTON, OHIO. OFKKlK noar tliecoriiorof Third alio1 Mmn Mrwta ever Ilia laylon Hunk. julltoUtwil PT U HO K O N JJ K N T I W T OFFKRi hi nervices lu th pululu, and ilk ike nd vnotakPn to be derived hum a iutouli knowledge oi, and twelve if exp-iit!ucu in, the. iMiwlii'- ol hi proiejion. "iVork douem all the dnIWent atTle. '' uttliie and remdeu .ti-No, 3J, JeAleraou alreel, went aide.uetaeeii Firat and tteuoud. deadly KO. W. HOUK. JOUH A, MM A HUN HOUK 4k. McMAIION. 4 I TOIUK1H-AT-- LAH OKFiOK-NO. 8K2, THIRD BTRKKT, HA YTON, Uuuhi tuweioiore 'ocrf iet iy J. A.h Meltta...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGH DISPATCHES. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION. Buston, Mann 1:1 A dispatch from the Conro"! Statesman Office, (five return from nil Hie inwns in New Hampshire egcepi three whi' o last year 411 for Usrrt and il I for Si. ii It. Tekiiithal ti fora, liasis, the. ma ( rily in the Slate) arainst ihe Dntnnerat ran .liduta tor (oivci imr is about 700 The lotnl vote this veiir i ali iiil uli,.'il0 l.t.t yiir it M 1'2,1'lltl '""It G.'Veiiiut's Council MliliuU llnre lie- IM'tll'il'SII HT tWlt llemtilTnM I'll! Sfllft( arand nine Kapuhlicans And iliree lletnorraia. The House stands fnriy-live- or lilly llapiib lii itn majority. FROM THE SOUTH. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, March 14. Tha Kirhinuntl Esaininer and lliapalrli of the Llib, hnee twen received. There is no new I'roin Charlcslon, I'ort Hudson or YicIm barn A dispatch from CliarleMtmt March loth, Mi; alii quiet, but ihe rity is full of ru mor nf an impending attach, litit nothiiiif, au thentic!....

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 March 1863

fOai.lftMKth TRfcf AVTkBlOO, ar , iJO LLMllYMIt Vto liUOAN. Kmplr KtitUlai-;, I li Mali trat. DAILY HNriHB. Per waek, (nAvaiila to Uarrlara) by id ni per aiuium, ioeuvauoe . WliKKtV DflriRC. Una cauy par aanum 00 1 roiilataNfrea of btiUM in Mont goinary ouniy. Payment in advaaca ta alieaaaB," t JOB PRINTINO of every description, aaanutad or Nmid PraaBae, la ha neat, atylo, and at reasonable prtcee. SPRING ELECTION. -BAotiOiiiioementa under thia head will he charged J. Mo name lunerled unites acompanied by ine CMh. AaatMor. HI It AM KELLKT will be Bttpporlad by tha votara el Uia aiath Watd lor Ammmwi at the. entiling apring election. rnaU PANKP.AT1U8 WII1-NKR will be a candidate for AaaatMor m tit Sixth Ward at tha anauing fcvprlruj election, mall CUr Marshal. HTAOY B. CAIN ! a candidate for ra-alertion tn tha olDca or City Maralinl. utau f Market Muster. ' JOHN McCCTCMKON will he Mipnrtt far re-a leeiion to tha office oi Market Muim at the anauing apring elaetioii. . mn4 City Soltoi...

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 March 1863

MONDAY, MARCH 16. IH63. io til the , ill XrTU lielief i current at Ijouisville, 'that the Rebel aw alxmt lo iuvauV.' ttt. ky 'Willi large '. for tk Vm-Jiw el liuTdiiifTdM State irmnently"','.'. in iiiwiiriin imi.n i i'ii imm r ...lr larifc.jeM fW .'"i vi-pmted iJemt .'.i.'ifflit miiiW off. niari'lui'. !; on Fort lViifUon. Vlat et,ltwnt"ipivvilH in tHal'no. tion oV the 'country' aiiioitg'tlie In habit aula. ' XyMajor General Wiiuiht baa turned aa order prohibiting the -ale of. aiiuti oi ammunition, in Cincinnati, eicepl upon stiee ie.1 permit. An one violating the or- dei, anbjact bia good lo leisure and con foliation. " jt-erTtie Abolition paper are painfully eilent en h reulH)f the. Hampshire fclcotiou. It didn't go as they expected. Beaten in Sew Hampshire, tbey at he- loining seriously alarmed about Mensachn-k.-tte. Abolitionism in about "played nit.'! lt the people rejoice. . " -afThe Adulitionista, unable t meet the arguments of the Democratic eia have prevailed ou the military...

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 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKVSIONN, BOl.Ml LAND and BACK PAT. ATTORNEY FOE CuLLKOTION OF Soldiers' Claims.Uounty Money, FOR WllHIWn, KA'I'RhRrt OK MOTHERh, 8Ul- NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Colleata through TallniiniKe A to., or Columbu, Ohio, and Hhmiilo,,iVr t- - noSe TMOAAJ r. T14nUcai..,.....,t.NATHAS ' If. JuHAK. , neW laav firm; THHKsHEH JbCJUDAN i ATTORNEYS AT JJAW DAYTON, OHIO. OFFICE dmi the corimr 47 Third and Main at reel, ever th. iMtoa Bank. jaLtdewu Dr. 4. tf. eiLUSmsaii'i M IJ K Q K O N O K N T I S T , OrKKKH hia aervleea to the public, mid all th d vantage, to be derived Irniu aihoroii.ji knewirdg. i, aad mm iir experience- ill, Hie nraciica ol in. prnieaaiea... . r "Work dune in all the dinerenl alylea. uriloe and reaidon ,e Mo. ii.Jerter.wn. .treel, am iiJi. wwaa rirat aodnnuond, . , dekdly atom. Juan A. M'llAHOa HOCK MeMAHOH, ATTORNEYS -AT - LAW offioic-i. erf, thIrd Street? dayton, Room heratoior occupied by 4. A. Mi'Mahon, tlr ; door eentfir the aL EtWiuwhuearMaila...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. VrHiKiTO!(, March U.-T wo Ightr rebels prisoners were cotufeyeil from ; the old Capilol prison tn the steamer StnM of .Maine, wmco srm tits., iuittm iv ...... Iw e.ibnreJ "They were enthusiastically suluted at the tld Capitol prison, and at the raj-l bv a Urge nuiulier of prisoner, inclu ding women The rebels were evidently tie lighted Willi salutations they received. They w'i urtej by a strong guard. A telegram from (.eniiral Ituaerraus Mates, according to a report which had reached him, that the rebela had eradiated Vickshurg. In tnraiation had heeii previously received here that they were removing their stores from Vickaburg into the interior, hnihiiig, howev r, ia officially- known, so aa to speak with eer taintv. Jmriiriimtion has been received thai Secre tary (.'base one been very snrceesl'ul in mi king arrangements in New York lor exten aim loam, which will relieve the waul of lha Government to suc...

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 March 1863

rPHllf!l-D fcVr.RT A.nit.UON, IT rtOLLMKVEH A LOGAN, Empire Building, HO Main tftrret. DAILY KiUPIUK. Far week, (payable, to Carrier)..... n hv mail per annum, inadvano,...... t lft ,, 6 00 On cftpy pr annum,... w l 00 ri in LiMKat)iroulaiirrtH of pontage id Mont- rrn-ry comity, Pmneul id advance in alleaes. mm JOB PRINTING n ever? description, executed on Steam Pree(ln l.e bw- tyl, ami at rewuouabl prices. SPRING ELECTION. BtrueVAnnounoeinent imdnr thin head will lie charged . No numt luaerlcd imle nccumpauied by the .i-a-di. Oity Infirmary. ANTHONY WOHb w ill be a candidate for Director ol i.ty Infirmary at the enauiog election. ma!7 AnHesHor. WILLIAM DAW will 1 n candidate for re-t-leclion t the ofline of A.icor, in the Filth VYai d, at the eu tciing pri.ig election, ma 17 .IACUU HTKW1AKH will I It candidate for re-eleo-tiou to the otlifn of Anewor, tu the Fourth Ward, at lite pn-niiiji prmg election. malT HIRAM KKM.KY will (supported by the votrr ol the mull Ward tor AHpfnr nt t...

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 March 1863

WM. T. I..OOA.J', Kdltor. TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1861 tWJi. apeoikl telegram to the Comtntr. W, from Washington, aav : "A private despatch from New Hampshire atates that "official return ahow that JuJge Eastman', or four hundred vote of an election by ' Majority' i Doe the Journal ; atill con- . tend that it ia a great Abolition trinmiih ? A Satrap Doing the Work of his Master. Governer Cajucow, of Delaware, hai officially notified the Legislature of that State, that he intend to pardon all per- on who may be convicted tinder the law recently enacted making participation in arbitrary arrest a penal offence. This , functionary haying bern elected by the means of military interference, and against the wishes of the people, it is not strange to find him doing the arbitrary work of . those to whom he owes his office. There were 6 re women and eleven children u the County Infirmary, the wives and chil dren of soldier, February 1st, 18t3. Chilli totht Advertiser. And the Government has spent ...

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