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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 17 March 1863

Professional Cards. IKNSI0S, BOt'JITl' lAXIIniid BACK PAl ' 1 yuomaho. IAjwj-;,' -"' j ATTOKNISY KUH OULLKUI'ION or Soldiers' Claims,Bounty Money, Back l'av and Penwion, t KuK Wll'OW.-i, KATUEU8 OB MO'IHKRH, HOLi NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Ollaete throuxh Tellmodge Co., of Uoliinthns, (Hun, and Wellington, i. C. uoHa THOMAS r. TIIKKKIIKH KATHAN . ."BOAM. NEW LAW FIRM. THHKSHKK & JOKDAfc, "" . ATTORNEYS A.T iAW DA a TON, OHIO. ' OPKIHK near t lie cornerof Third aud Main streets ever the !u)-luD lluuk. jntadawlf i l)r. jprOilLKrTK " S II H G F ON DKNTIHTj OKKKRH Him Hervice to Hie public, and alt lha Ad. vantages to be den red from a ihoroutjli b now if dA ui, and (wvitc yearn experien.-e in, the practiPr i hit prt.tKli. - rt'ufk J one in all th ditTtient alylea. inU-'tiaiiri resideu j No, 3J, Jet1ruu Mreet, wert la.-, b.'t-i.'en Firt anddeuoud. ddy uro. W, UOUK. JOHN A. M'HAUUI IIOUK 4l NgNAHON, ATYORAIKYS.AT-LAW OKKICKNO. THIRD 8TRKKT, DAYTON KoombfTAtolnre ofmipietl by J. ...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. IMPORTANT CAPTURE. 8a Fwtriioo, March 16-Th ichooner vee boerdedbyUoTeron.enlomri.il ana .. ken in charge a privateer. A boot twenty : ...re centured on board. Ine echoooee wee well armed including ii. brass Ihleren gnnewitb carriagee auitaoie tin ships. The eurreepondence tonnd on pns mere identified them ae the party recently fn. ,ha iKimn t ictorie, lor a lieKUliaMua - . . -. the guui."B nnnfined in Fori I AWro"' M.ny more arrest, are likely to rLi... take place. NEGRO RIOT. all On. KrUKiM. C. W. March 10 A serious riot occored here Saturday night between the ..Uik .nH neeroes The whitee organlied in force and marched to the negro qaarters nd ordered them away, aaa wen aenrvjevi Iheir houses. The negroes fled to the woods. Three rioters hare been captured. Several xare wounded. FROM NEW YORK. Saw Yoa, Maroh 1G. The Cnmmeicial tk.t Br.ratar t.'haae left me rivv ' lina tnorning tor asntngion. Whatever effects prucreu t,o...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 March 1863

r-''HHuwt r.vriT ai ti.i.'k, m ili)l,j(MKVI:K LuiMN.I i;ui.iir lliilldlii, 1IO Mulii JMrrrt. j OAlleY KJ1P1KK, 1 t'fi A-Mtk, ()nvft''lto rarrierK) ...,.H ....9 IS ; in nl pet ruinuni, id advance, H U titr- wkkklvVnpiuk, - ! t ie 'ipy perAinum, - j WT'I he iMPiui tirmlVf rtfrwe of puiiete iu Hont-4iiiit-:-v .'onuiy. P mnontin advance in nil JOB I'JRIN-'I'IJSrO j 'n im ntyle, and nt iTi-onut pricee. j SPRING ELECTION. sUs7Annnuneement under Mil new! will I chnrpad li. No nunie intprlP'l mile-su i eonipnnied i.y the OitT Intlrmary. ANTHONY WOHL will la? a cHiniidme for iMreclor of 0d intlntiHry ut the euAHing iuii . mail WILLIAM DAVY wilt he n candid!-for reflection in the office of Aifennor, m the ViOli Ward, at the en .iiiik ttiriutf election. mal7 1 JAtJOH HTKIM1ANS will he n cnndidfite for ra-elcO. tiou to the office of Annet-jor, In the Kmtrth Ward, at die eupumg Apring election. mal7 H1IUM KKI.LKY will Ik aupporied by th totar '', in MXth Want lor A.-Wf-Mur al Uie en mi tug nprin...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 March 1863

WM. T. 1.00AN, Kdltor. ra)TESl)AYrMARCH 18, lC:i. Grand Democratic Meeting at Hamilton. The Oraml Democratic Mess Minting to be bald t Hamilton, Ohio, on Satur day, will doubtless be one of the largest meetings es-er held in tbe State. The best speakers Crura Indiana, Illinois, rennsyl vania, New Jersey, and Ohio will be pres ent. Every preparation baa been made for a regular old-time Democratic gather ing. We advise all who desire tbe tri umph of constitutional liberty tn go. Mr. Van Buren haa too long played the part of a political J im Crow, and turned about, and wheeled about, an political expediency has aeemed to dictate, to permit ns to place much belief in bin sincerity. Journal. Poor John ! The Journrl has no con fidence in his ainrerity. It gives him the cold shoulder. Ho has left the Democrat ic party, wo trust, forever. If the Ahnli tionists refuse to receive him, he must be low indeed, in political trickery and cor ruption. If he is refused a place beside Cameron, BrTi.c...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 March 1863

Professional Cards. l'EltilONS, BIHNT LANUand K.Uk PAY. .I'JIOMAM). J.OYi'H ' ' ' AITOKNEY Fill Col.l.Kt THIN lit' Soldiers' Cluhiis,Uouuty Money, litaoic 1'ay unil I ViiMionei, KOK V. Il'OWrf, KATHKHM UK MOTHkKN, BOL limiVl UK llhlKo. NO CHAKQE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect" through T;iltnifdgo Jt (',, ol lolumhti. iNnu, and w itsliiiigtoii, I t;, ui.' Tit Ok Aft r. i It HKKH km ..HATHA I. JOttHA.. iSriOW LAW KIHM. TllHKhJlKIt4JOKiMN, i)AVTON,0IU. o IT l'K neur tin i fnm ruf Third hm Main Mi eel. OtiT tilt 1'rt.ylOIl llttllk. jilKldAWlt ilr. J. UlLLKHPiK, S II It U K O N IJ K NT1H T , 4 hi McrviiTpn In the nubile, iul nil the ad V ventage to be derived friim n tttormi tit know ictf ii,, itdU itftuvt)t)ar.iiA)uriaiii: tu, ihe praimrt ot inn 'vVifrK "loiiciu nil the liul'Teiil Hivlt'H. od.iMiid r-iuin e No. .', JftlMirou dreet, woaX tK'tAxua iiri ami Bottom., dtUJiy ..U. W, UOl K. JOHN A. MM A 1IOH HOIK , MuiltAHON, A T T O II N Ii V h - A X - LAW OK KICK NO. WA, TMIHDSTKKKT, IMV.ON,...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 18 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. New Yori, March 17 Th United Slates steamer Champion from Asninwnll will be. up this evening. A mcMinn was hi-ld nl th Produce V.x--t ij.. ;,J ..f AilMntif T.-le. graph. It was address, rl by Cyrus W FielJ and A A Lowe, Kna. JEl.ftSO sterling was Committee wan ap- in q. railed on the spot and pointed to act in eoni-ert with the Committee or the Chamber of Commerce in obtaining subscriptions. Mr Field addresses the Board of broker to-morrow. A BLOCKADE RUNNERS CAPTURED. WasHiKftTOJe, March 17 The Navy Depart ment has been informed of the capture at New Inlet, 8l George's Sound, of the achoon er Qortenz, bound from Havana for Mobile, and of the schooner Anna, whiltt endeavoring to break the blockade on the sand bar oft' the mouth of the Sawnee river, Florida. No official intelligence has been received up to one o'clock to-duy aa to the victory rep resented on the Yooo. FROM WASHINGTON. New Yowt, March 17...

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. — 19 March 1863

roetuaea afiRT tmnMeoii, at iti)I,LMKYKit Jfc liOUAN, lumplte Building. HO Main Atrewt. DAILY KHPIftB. Par weak, (p.yahteto Uarrl era )...., o........! By matt par annum) ia advance V Of WEEKLY VNPIRB. Ont-'opy er uguin,.,H ..... . f3 UO KMPima oircnlfttenfrM of ptage in Mont , ornery ooitoiy. Payment in adrauoe la a..eaee. JOB JS,I2TTIIrC i r every description, e.oouted o Stoam Praa, ia he he.t atylo, and at raawjoabl pnoee. SPRING ELECTION. wr"Announomanta under thia head will beohargad I. Mo name inner led unlaaa aocwmpanied hy (he -Hh, City Infirmary. VNTHONT WOUL will be a candidate for Director of City Infirmary al the eneuing election. malT Aaaeanor. W1LMAM DAVY will be a oandidate for re-election lo the office of AwMor,ia the Fifth Wei a, ai aha ea mtng epring elertion. nel7 JACOB RTKPHANH will be a candidate for re-fJeo-lion to the office of Aeaefteor, in the Fourth Ward, the ensuing apring election. man HIRAM KELLKT will be mipnorled by the totem of the eixth Waid (or Aeeo...

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. — 19 March 1863

L09AW, JCillto. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1863 Ho! for Hamilton! i AH who desire to attend the great Dem ocratic meeting at Hamilton on Saturday, will Isatv their mbh at tits Emhkm oL floe kX to-monwat 3 o'dscttl ? Arrangt tnent ar making for half-fat.' The City of Mexico Taken. l'he telegraph makes tlie important m aounccmant that the French hava taken the City of Mexico. So partioular giv en. .',',. ',.' ... '. ' ' .. -V jyThe reported capture of Yazoo City, and the destruction of the rebel fleet, turn out to have been a cenaid. The re P'irti about the evacuation of Vicksboig, we presume, are of the eame character, , ; Colonel Jakes B. Fbt of the regu lar army, lata of BuaXt,' ataff, hai been appointed Provoit Marshal General under the Conscription law, and la to regulate the appointment of all his' subordinate of ficers, n 1 ' jTThe Convention at Louisville, yes terday! tt aa rather boisterous. The shoul der strap gentlemen tried to rule, and failing in this, they endeavored to break i...

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. — 19 March 1863

Professional Cards. rfcWrJIO.HrJ, BOIBIIK LAND and BACK PAV. i ' K -'fHOMAMJ. LOW 12, 1 ' ' ATTORNKT FOB OOLLBCTION ur Soldiers' tlainis,liounty Money, Hack Pat and Pnnalooa, FOR WIDOWS,. FATHERS OR MOTHERS, 80 L LUaKM UK HH.1RB. NO CHARQE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect through Tallmadga 4 Co., ol Columbui, uiuo, ana v HHiuuHtna, i. uoko 1 HON A A r. THMtHk HAT MA II . JuftfAH. NEW laASW FIRM. i THHESHKU JORDAN, ATTOBNET8 A.T LAW DAYTON, OHIO. "VKFKJK near the corner of Third and Mainntreeta Vy ever the lieyton iituik. jaiudawtf Dr.J.r. tiiLUBPlE, 1 S U K O K O N L K N T I 8 T , vKKKRs his eervir;e to the puhhV. and all the ml J vauleKee to he derived from a thoromth kuowiedee ud twelve yeareeaperiem-e iu, the practice ol hm rf-Vrie done in All the diderenl atvlee. 'rtVeeud reiudeu.e o. 35, JeiJeraon elreel, weet .iue. ii.i..a riral and second, dettklly ova. JOHN A. H'SUBO HOUK MoJrlAllON, ATTORN KV 8 -AT - LAW UKF1UB NO. ISM, THIRD BTRF.KT, DAYTON, lioom heretomre occupied hf J. 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. — 19 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. CAVALRY FIGHT. HEADQUARTERS ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, March 18. A most brilliant cavalry ight oecueed on tee Rappabaonock 7etrdT, beyond Kelly Ford A reconnoitance, under General Aterlll, forced a paasag our toe river in the face of determined resistance, by a contiderabl body of rebels, (ihaqwhooters) who wera cor red by homee and rifle pits, and a dry mill race with an abattis In frost. Tbeford addmitted but a aipgle horse, man at a time, and the stream, which was swol en wai very rapid. Arriving at the aouth side of the river, our avairy charged the rabaJi in their entrench menu, killing OA capturing nearly the entire force, beeidea securing a large number of boreea, pioMd near by, a abort dietanoe from the shore. They made aoroa dashing chargea ou our troopa, who repuleed and in torn obarged them with fatal effect, using aabrae only in the conduct. Whenever the enemy made a atand they were immediately charged apon and root...

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

FIT IMA III BTKBT ArrtBOON, if j O Ij L, M hi Y K K A LOOAN EtnpIrA l-uUdhig, 110 Main Street. ' DAILY BMPIKB Par wpak, (payable to Oan-lera) .. 15 , M. t b) in ml per annuia, in edranoe.,. WKEKLV KMPIHK. One 'opy ),mr aanum , . vTtiij Empikr oirculatenfree of postage in Mont gomery comity. Payment in advance in allcaaet. JOB iFUlSTTIISrO I Frv description, executed on Steam 1'reaaea, in le httii Hlyle, ami at reawiuaole pncea. SPRING ELECTION. farAnnouneenienta under thia head will lie charged fi. No name mnerted uoleas accompanied by (tie chhIi. City Infirmary. ANTHONY WOHL will be ft candidate for Director ol City Iiihrmary at tti ensuing election. iimW AfMMor. WILLIAM DAVY will be a candidate for reelection to the otttoe of Aaaeaaor, in the Filth Ward, at the en ton tig apring election. mnl7 .1 A (M IB STKI'lf ANS will I ft ('nii.ii.lnt- for rn-elrc torn to the office of At)MeNHur. iu lite Fourth Ward, at the emming Hpnng election. 1 mal7 , HI HAM KKLLEY will be (supported by th...

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

WM. T. LOOAN, Kdltor. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1863. Democratic State Central Committee fo Ohio. W learn that the Democratic State Central Committee has been called to meet in Columbus on Wednesday next, the 25th instant. l V hope there will be a full attendance. X7"General Slew, haa not, as reported withdrawn hia resignation. H more than likely that he will quit the serrice permanently. f yThere are four banks in Pennsyl Tania now redeeming their billa in specie calling in their circulation to get rid of Government tax. JTThe Negro expedition into Florida, has come to'giief. It was lod by Colo- Bel lIiooiNSOM and Moktooxerv, and the object was to stir up a rcsnlt among the slaves, and get them to butcher the women and children in that locality. But, as we remarked, the expedition has come to grief, being captured, entire, by the rebels. Served them right. X3rThe brainless fool who daily exhib its the length of his ears through the col umns ot tho Commtrcial, has an idea that be can fright...

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

Professional Cards. rK.8IO8, UUUMtr USD and BACK PAY. . TU0MAKO. I,OWK,j , , ; ' 'attorney ro OOLLKClltlH of ' ' Soldiers' llaimsJJounty Money, liaolc Pay unci Pensions. FOR WIDOWS, FATHERS R MOTUKKd, BULi UK 11L1UO. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collects through -TallmnHge Co., ul Columbut., Ohio, and V. atdiiiigton, i. t). uui!. TUOMAJI r. THMKItHFH HATHA h A. JuatlA. NEW LAAV lIUM. TlIUKSllKU & JOUDAN, ATTORNEYS LA.W DAYTON, OHIO. o KKIt.'K near the twiner of Third end Mmnalreel. wvar the Daytou ilnnk. jnl.ldawU Dr. J. , blLLKSflK, S U It (1 F. O N I K N T 1 S T , 4 vFKKRi hm aerviue to the mibifr, nnd all lite ml V vautaxen to Iw denvtd IriHii it thi'roUyU ltuowrfd.ee ui, :iui twelve yeur e&perieuva iu, the prueiioe of h pro ei-Jion. , ... , ".York done in All the dittemit tvle. iinVe and retudeu e No. LIS, JtMleiHUu idreet, went uelween 'iral Mid Second. dt'21MI)' uti. w. noun, John a. m'maho HOCK. A. McMAllON, ATfOItIVL8-AT - LAW OKFiCR NO. Hitif 'i'Hl KU 8'1HKKT, IA...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. SOUTHERN NEWS. n..nnnTm Amt or PoToe. March 19 Among the billt pending in the rebel in ius irwi S.u.ie is one lor the confiscation of the lea . interest and stock owned bt the American Telegraph Company, and other alien enemiea or the linwa of telegraph in the Confederate Stale A Leder In the Etamintr savs, in number and supplies we nrt n. i tion to riral the North This (a not a eaoee of regret,' The Sonthern army conits of disciplined and Teteran troop. The real number of the Confederate troopa il unknown but 3lr0.000 of toch soldier ai are near Frederickiburg are abandantly sufficient to defend any country against the armiee of the world , The destiny ol the Conlederac f is complete ly staked on the aroggle of the next three mouth To obtain a complete success it la only necessary to jet together and keep to gether the oftiiera aud men who are trained and inured to service. The telegram from Port Badeon wai read in 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. — 23 March 1863

riiaf.tdMiD avaar arraaiM'N, ar J jlOl.LMKYKU & liOOANi l.mplre Hulldliiff, MO Main Hireet. DAILY KMPIRH. Per week, ( ninth! a to Carriers) -..I iS By mad per annum, id advaao, .... ... W WKRK.LV KWPIRK. ' One 'iijr per aanum,... IV arnie KMi-iaa tiiroulatpafrea ol prtKa in Mont gomery cotiuty. fayineuim advance m altuasaa.M JOB PRINTING oi every daaoriptlou, aaecutpd on Him Praaa,in he tieal style, ami nt rwaatmahlft prmaa. SPRING ELECTION. a4VAm.ouacementa under ihia head will be ohartfad $2. No nam tuaertad uuleaa tuHMjini'anied iiy mo cash. City Council. JOHN A. MlMCK will t a candidaf for r-lw tlou loth City Council, Irom the fourth Warp, nt the naiiuig spring election, mail iJMy Infirmary. C. HNRVRLY wilt ha a aandidatp lor re-election to the onVe ol Director ol City inrtrmary. mans ANTHONY WOHh will he onndidata tor Director of City Infirmary at tha ensuing ejection. uiaU AxueMor. WILLIAM DAVY will be n candidate lor reelection to the otline or Aaaamor, lu the ITillli War...

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 March 1863

WM. T. I.Ol A.W, Kdttor. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1M63. Meeting at Becket Hail Tonight. nUbt. A meeting of Democrats end Couserv- Mivenien will be held at Beckel Hall I his evening, for the purpose of taking lotna tteps in relation to the approaching IMty election. 1 ' A full attendahc li requested. MANY CITIZENS. Democratic State Central Committee of Ohio. W learn that the Democratic State Central Committee has been called to Uect in Colnmhos on Wednesday next, the 2!th instant. We hope there will be a full attendance. In a speech at Manchester, N. H , the oth it day, the Hon. Wm. A. Howard, in alluding I oar national debt, and the products of uur cairy set down in the census at $125,000,0" I year, remarked that fn ten years our women i an eAum this debt all out I Journal. j ' Hon. Mr. IIowabd is a regular milltof. and has abont as murk idea of accounts s a churn. What It Means. The Journal Bays large number of re volver and other weapon are being pu- hssed by the "copperhead" Democrats h...

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 March 1863

Professional Cards. 1 K X si 7 B 0 " ! V UXDandBACK PAV. i THOMASO. JiOWlV ' ' AT-foRNEY VuU OJLLk'uTtoN or ; Soldiers' CIaims,IJuntj Money, ltwk J'lir Hnd l'ennlonii, , KOK fc'lIUJWrt, KATHKKS OK M0TilBK..BOl.a 1I KKH UK II KIHS. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONET PROCURED. coUort through Tnllrnadge A Co., oi Coin mho-), ulno, aud Wellington, 1'. a. uuj ItlOMA f. THKUyBH ..JUi'iA.a . JU.UM.p1. ISTKW" LAAV FIRM. TliUKMIKK fc JUUUAN, AlTO KM E YS AT X. A W DAI TOAfOHIO. VKi(.'Kaf ar the corner of Third unl Maia "treei V over the I yiou bunk. jttl.M.a-H ; S U It O K ON 1 W N T 1 H T . i vKKKKS hi trvteei to the public, mid nil Hi ad Vy VHiilHKM- Ui Im derived Iruiu h thorough kuuwiedK ut, huU twmve j hath AJtiftrieue in, Mia raiMle ot hir -" -Vurk done iu all the dirtereut Btyle. mh-eand renlu e No. Ui, Jeilamou idrt, wh( vide. lKtptii hirnt ttinl Second. . de.!iklly Ui.li, W. UulIK, J OHM A. M'MAUOk HOIK at MciAIAIION, 4 T T O H N K 1 H - A T - LAU OWIUB-NO. TH1KD HTKKKT, rUYTUN, Uoum heretoiore ...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FIGHT WITH MORGAN. Lotm.viM.it, March 21. An unauthentic. Ird report! just f ecivd bore tlinl a portion of Geo. Stanley' foroe encountered John Morgsn's cavalry at McMinnville, Tenn. ys terdav, and whipped thftm badly, driving them away. - , SUPERCEDURE. Krw Yobs, March 22 A Cincinnati dis" patch, of th 19th, say 0n. Bnrnsid in r pecltd there to succeed Oen, Wright. , FROM VICKSBURG. Saist Loui, Marcfc 22 The Repnbliean'i Memphis dispatch of 20to says r . Advice from Uroenwood from Moadsjr last, are to the .fleet that the fun boat Chilli rothe bombarded Port Pembertion Saturday and Sunday, bnt without any deciaive reaull. The rebel battery ia ao situated that it can't be attacked by a full force on account of the high water: The gone of Ie Kalb bad bean taken aabore and a land battery constructed near the rebel work. The rebel force ia estimated at fi.OOO under General boring. Peinforcemente are being rapidly ent to 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. — 24 March 1863

rDii.iiH .vs., arrane-ooe, st .lOMiMKYKU' .LOUANJ Empire nulliting, 11U Mala Btreet. , DAILY UMPIRK. Per wnok, liiayaWe to 0rrira).MHMM,..HM...pnH.t IS Jty mail per annum, In adranoe.... 0 WKEKtl KMPIHB. ' One,-o)iy perumimi.HM..i...M.l.iiM 00 Sllie Kttriaaoiroulatean-eeof postage la Mont comery couuty, 1'arra.Dlitt advance id alloaee..- JOB PRINTING .if every dewriptlon, eienut.4 on Steam Preeeee.la ne liesl style, bq1 at reeaonable pnoea. SPRING ELECTION. 4rAnmmoonnMit under thia head will he charged i. Mo name inaert.i unlaw accompanied by in ah. . . City Oounoil. 1 .10 HN A. MINICK will be a candidate for re-election u the City Council, from the fourth Ware, at the einulug spring election, me) Oity Infirmary v I:. HNEVELY will 1 ft candidate for Selection to the office of Wrector of City Infirmary. m2S ANTHONY WOOL will be a candidate for Director of Oity Infirmary at the enauiug election, mail Afinenfior. WILLIAM PA VY wilt be a candidate for re-election to the otlioe of Aaaeaa...

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 March 1863

r. I.OUAR, Kill roe. TUESDAY, MARCH 1B63. Democratic State Central Committee of Ohio. ' AVe leam that the Democratic Slate "(.Vntial Committee Las been ' called to meet in Columbus on Wednesday , next, the Sfith Instant; Wr hop thf"ri wltt till irttcwla n'i . 1 1 nll.l JUlJj. City Convention on Friday Night. Ueckel Ilall being engaged for Stn day night, the IVmooratieC.ily Cooveu- tion will be held on Friday evening, in stead of Satnrduy a was intended, Filth Ward Meeting. The Democrats of the Fifth W ard aro teo, nested to meet at Wai.dF.n's Hall, over Marshal' Hardware Store, on Thursday evening, instead of at their usual place of voting;,! ! ' lit ; . ' 1 Democratic Ward meetings. ' The Democrats of the various Ward in the pity are requested to meet at their usual place of voting, on THURSDAY EVENING MARCH SC. and select ten delegate, to meet in Conveutiou lit Bucket Hall Friday . night March 28th, for the DuiDOse of noiuinaUne candidates to be voted for at the approaching city e...

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