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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 24 March 1863

Professional Cards. FKMilOXH, BOCMr LASDand BACK PA I, THOMAS O. LOWK, ATTORNBY FOB OOLLBOnoN OP Soldiers' llaims.liountj Money, Bok Par and l'enaloiu, FOR WIllOWS, FATHERS OB MOTHERS, BOL D1BKS OR I It 1KB. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Collect through Tallmadge tt Co., of Columbus, Ohio, aud VVaNhiugion, i, i;. uoU6 THUWAI r. THmtKHM MATH. AM B, JoauAH. ISTICW laJV FIRM. THUEhllEU & JOR.DAN, ATTORNEYSAT LAW DAYTON, OHIO. OFF IUK near the corner of Third and Main lnrl ever Hie I 'avion Hank. jaiSuawU Ur. J. 1. tttliLKSl'IK, H (J It a K ON 1) K N'l'IN T , OrFKRH hi service to the public, and til the ed vantages to tie derived rrom a thorough knowledge 01, ol twelve yeare experieoue tu, lies p.-tuilioa of lit pro.es,ion. , erWork done in all the different styles, mure and residen.e No. 3,',, Jeneraon atreet, west -ide. between Firm and BecouU. OeHUJIy "" " JOkl A. '110a HOCK ek. MoM AHOIf . T T O II HI E Y S -AT- LAW OFF1CJS-Hi), m. TH1UD BTREIT, DAYTON, , Room heretolora occup...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM WASHINGTON. Waihinutoh, Masch 13 Thu 8oprm Court of tb District of Columbia organitBd to-day. present Justice Carter and associate Olin and Willep. R J Mei of Tennessee, wa (worn in aselrlc Ninoye v arier auurwa ed the membera of tha bar, of whom a large number were ia attendance saying amang oth er thing that thin being a new Court new Rulea and regulation! became neceaearjr. The judge alter consultation agreed aa enacted bo Congreea, July last, to be take by all the practitiooeare at the bar. Thii waa not from any epirita of caprice or because they doubted the loyalty of the attorney. It had been sub ecibed to by Senator and Judge and no gen tleman conld decline to take it. it hating been reported that the title to the new QaickailT. Mining Company of Calttor nia wa finally aettled by the recent decision of the Supreme Court of the United State In h Almdn case, it ia DroDer to say the Got- ernment hole and claims ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 25 March 1863

ruaLiituft Irani Anunooii, it iiOliLMKYKU Ss LUOAN, Umpire lluUdlug, I to Main Mtreet. DAILY EMPIRE. Per week, (payable; to Carrier)..,. ....... By until per touum, in dram,. m,... WKKKLY HNPlRKi Uoe.-ony peraanura ., . H n 3 uo w"!'!. Kmpikk circulate frg of postage In Mont gomery county. Paymeut in advance in ailoaaea. JOS FRXCTTXCTGt 'l every deanriptton, exeouted on Hteam Prentiss, in lie tmHi atyle, and at reaMoiiahl price. SPRING ELECTION. -, - - . , i. t7"Announcementr. under this head will be charged Si. No name inMorted utile accompanied by uie ufuth. City Council. JOHN A. MINICK will beaoandidnt for r-leo- 1 tion to the Oity Council, from th t ourth Warn, Ht the ennui iig spring election. maw Oity Iallrmury. R. BART will be candid Ate for Director of the 1'ity Infirmary, lubjeot to the decimou of the Demo v.ruv Cunveuuon. mtxli U. NNFA'El.Y will be n candidate for ieeltction to the olltce or Director of Oity Infirmary. ma-la ANTHONY WUlll, will lie A candidate for Director...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 25 March 1863

iU (Sjiiijiut, VM. T. I.OO-A.ST, Ktlltor. . WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25, 1863. Third Ward. Tlie Third Wrd aVlegate mwling to morrow night, will bo hold at the Mayor's Offieo. ?. r . , (- RtntDiHr ;, . -. The Ward Meeting to-morrow night. Eeoh Ward meeting will put in nomina tion Vrd Ticket. . , , , . City Convention on Friday. Night. Beckel 11 all being engaged for Satur day night, the Democratic City Com er, tion will be held on Friday evening, , in ntead of Saturday an waa intended. Firth Ward Meeting. The Democrat of the Fifth Ward an requested to meet at Wai.dkm's Hall, over Marshal's Hardware Store, on Thursday .-evening, instead of at their usual place of toting. Democratic Ward Meetings. The Democrats of in the city are requested to meet at their usual places of voting, on TllLKSDAl EVENING MARCH 26, and select ten deWates to meet in Convention at Beckel Ilall Friday night March 28th, for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for at the apnroaching city election, The Ward ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 25 March 1863

Professional Cards. TKNiilONA, UlttMV UNI) and UAlk l'Ur , THOMAS O. LOWK,; j , ' " AtniRNtTV foB COLLECTION Ul ' Soldiers' Clainis.Uouiily Money Hnok l'ur anil 1'ei.r.tonn, , j KOrl VUlXjWri, KATHhllH I'll MUIiltKh, BOL- ', DILI'S l'K lll.ll.o. i I NO CKARQE UNTIL WONtY PROCUAEO. ' Uol.tnta lhr!iKh liillimultftt A Co., ul toluii.tm-'i Ohio, aud ttantlingtou, ... 'tu- Til UNAS r.ximuiUKii.. MATUAM H.JUHWAIi In15AV IjAW FlltM.i , , i 1 j lltlnilliW tv uuivuii I ATTORNEYS AT LAW DAYTON, OHIO. i j OKI' K h u.-ar thi-rortior of Third unrt Mamirvi-rA ' trr thtt lutyiou hunk, jni-wmwil Jir, J.l lilUKbriK, i S 11 it O K O N U N T J S T Ot'KKlW hi HcmrAn to the pt,UI:, ..nd nil the ad VMiiiatHi tu be durivt'd I mm h thorough hnuvt ''d t Vl, nU'i LHWVU yH.tr iA.lriln)(t H, UlU C Uf ll. . jir-,iHiu. , . -.,. ! u-flrvVuiK iiurtiii H tint 4i tf e rn t Biylcn. j Ji.ii. W. UiUt.. HUUK JOHH A. II MAI1U itlcMAIlON A 1' 1 O Hia-Ai-LAW KICK NO. HvrtnilltAhfllKKT, I)AY't Kotiiii liruore vtviifHtHi by ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dayton daily empire. — 25 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. FROM VICKSBURG. Catto, March 21 Memphis of Sunday report another canal or cut-off being- opened Iroin tht Missittinpi, filly milt's below Helena, into Deer rier, Washington Lake, und into Hnn flower rirer. by wbirh we gain access to Yaz ' . or City and Harris Bluff. Tbcy also report that two of Farragut's gunboats had reached the lower mouth of the Vicktburg canal Od small boat passed into l.ake I'rori dance. t Tht water it rashing into tht Lake at a rap id ratt. held in chech by rebal batteries. '' J" THE LATE GENERAL SUMNER. SriueMe, Maroh 24 Tha body Sumner was remoed from hi' residence to tbt CitT Hall this morninjn under a military escort from tha Slat Raiment, to the sounds of mufilwi druins.' . His remains as? in state during tha day, '' under canefy of hanbsomly decorated flow rs of morning, draped with flags. Tee massire burial oasa is adorned with bu- qtjttt of nsturnal flowers, entwined with the vetars and atr...

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

riBLMMM BTIBT AfTKBMOen, IV (iOLLMEYJin" ' LOGAN. Umplr, HulUijc, IIO Main Wrwt, ..if. DAILY ft. MP IKK. ' Per week, (juiyahle to 0rrtri)..Hn...,.M Va By mail per annum, Id advance , m. 0 09 WKEKLYRMFIRK, V) One copy peraanum, '.'! 00 i'he KMPiai elroulateafree of ,Kt)tage in Mont, goinery county. Payment in advance in alloa." JOB PRINTING Ot every description, eieouted on Steam Pre--tae,.n lia heat alyle, and at reasonable pncea. SPRING ELECTION. Announaen,enta under thia head will be charged Mo name inserted unleae auuoiiipauHjd by int oanh. City Council. JOHN A. MINICK will ben candidate for re-elec. lion to the City Council, from the fourth Warn, at the enauing spring election. matt City Infirmary. - " " H. BA RT will be a candidate for Director of Ui Oity lnflrmery.autect to the deciaton of the lemo lira no Convenuon, mnttS C. BNBVKLY will be a candidate for re-ele-boi to the office of Director of City lntlrmary, fnrfM ANTHONY WOHL will be a oandidate for Dirur of City Infirmar...

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

WM. T. I.OBAN, KJItor. THUItSDAY. MARCH 26, 1H63. Second Ward. The Second Ward delegate meeting will lie bald at the Cleik's oftice, in the Court Hou.f, to-night. Third Ward. The Third Ward delegate meeting to morrow night, will he hold at the Mayor's Office. Remember The Ward Meeting to-morrow night. Each Ward tneoting will put in nomina tion a Ward Ticket. City Convention on Night. Beckel Hall being epgei day night, the Dfr-oeratic City Conven. tion will be hsaVfbn Friday evening, in. stead of-rfurday as was intended. . Fifth Ward Meeting. -' The Democrat of the Fifth Ward aro requested to meet at Walden's Hall, over Marshal's Hardware Store, on Thursday evening, instead of at their usual jilai-e of toting. Democratic Ward Meetings. The Democrats of tho various Wards in the city are requested to meet at their usual places of voting, on THURSDAY EVENING MARCH 20, and select ten delegate to meet in Convention at Beokel Hall Friday night March 23th, for the purpose of nominating cand...

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

Professional Cards. FKNiHO.XS, BO 1.1 TV I.AMIIand BACK l'AV. ATTUHNKY K08 OOl.l.KcTHiN OK I, Soldiers1 Ciaims.tioanty Money, Buole. l'nr ami' lBiumtm, I r'iK WIDOWS, rATHKIll oil MiiTIINKn. dill. DlalC, UK ilrUNo, , ,.,., j; NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. Colieeta through 'Irtlliimde ., m loMmhn-, Ohio, and V anbiugioa. 4. c . 1 . TMOHAI 1". THIMHRI . ...i..H AI H A K. JuKaS. ' ( NJilW i-AW" IIIiM. ATTOBNBYS AX JUA.W DAYTUX,UI11U, OI'Tll'K ue.tr tin- i'onu'1 4il 1'lnid aud Main meet, .ver the liuyiou bank. ' jni.iu.all Dr. J. i'. tiU'liKaf lJit : ' I H U It G K O N 1J JS N T 1 JS X , OKFKttd hia Mervii'S U the pillule, mill uli im ad vatitAgfi to he aenved Uvut 4 Ukuruiiit kiAuieU o., ntnl jenr. VJtltTitfiii ;,m, ilic.iu-audvv vl uro.etsioi,, "VorK done IU all the. dillWeul -tUle. OrticVaaa reti'ivn a -V. Jo, Joiteiaon at reel, wnal ffitlo. uetAtiuo i iri aud eegyua. dvudiy VftU. W. UOVh. JOHN A. H'HAlluN UUIK aV ZtlcMA-lON, A IT UUKEIH - -1 1 - liAH umuK lSo. WBniinu.vi'utiKT, im...

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

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE. NIGHT DISPATCHES. NEW LOAN. PaiLiDHI.PHi, March 26 Jay Cook, eral fowiriiiin aieni, announce the w nf f I.2fi0,000 Irgul tend.ra tn-tlnt gun- con. imo five twenties. The lojl Stale are bein thourglily arous ed lu ihe w.irk, nd the belief It expres.ed that iwo milliouaper day willb reached. FROM NEW YORK. Alhaxy, March 25 The Stain Canals are to be opened about April 2fih 10 May lt TheConrtof Appeal has ordered the dis charge of Mary Hartanff. FROM WISCONSIN. M.Diso, March 26 The Supreme to-day affirmed the legality ol the las url, the light draft, foreign born vitc; afld the Taldity of the aoidiera auffraftr la !" " 9'on (in. . ADJOURNMENT. Tiito, N 1 Muroh 25 -joorntd line tit H UO o'clock tbia after- nAnn ' A.-foenJatioti wnadaopted by both House lo fi .. natinn.l salute iii honor of the Federal . Colon Tbe Union League also 6red - lute Over toe dealD ot ine LirxisiMure. FROM THE MISSISSIPPI. Cais.0, March 25 Later news from Vicks- burg...

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

Per week, (Hyhle to Harrier)..,.., Hy mail Kir annum, in lTMM,HIMMf 18 WKRKLV ILM P1K1C, One copy rerHnni.m, .m. ... a 9'J 00 ". he henna airuuletexfree of puNtasj, in Moni onmry county. Payment in adTance in wiloneee." job I!! JSrXI NO nr every d'hption, oteeiited on HMim Preaee, In he hiil atyle, and nt renaontiNe priced. fl LtHRO kVKMT 4T1 aM0, 1 ilOLLMKYK.K A I. OtiANi l.mplre Rullilhig, 1141 Mftln Utree.. DAILY JCMPIftU. SPRING ELECTION. Mr Announcement charged 94. No uetae inserted unleto, aorompaaied by trie (h. City Council. JOHN A. MINICR will be n rtuididate for rn-elec. hoe to the City Oouik iI, ft-oin the Kotmh Warn, at the riHtniiK ttprmg election. mtJJ City lnUrmury. J. It. HART will he a candidate fur director of the (fry Infirmary, euhject to lite dot-iniun of the bomo rrnuu Convention. ma5 C. HNKVKLY will be eoendidate for ieeleotion to lite onVe ol Director ot City Inrtrmery, . toeiS ANTHONT WOIIL will be flnndidate for lirefof tl Uity hiitrmary at the enauing 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. — 27 March 1863

,nUg Empire.' WM. X. lAKftAN, K.IUor. FRIDAY, MARCU 27. 1863. City Convention on Friday Night. Heckel Hall being engage.1 for Nnttu tlay night, the Democratic City Couvea tinn will he held on Friday evening-, in stead of Setnrdny wa Uteniled. A New Military Department. Indiana has been mad a separate mili tary Department, and ('olonol. OaaaisJ TOM having been made a Brigadier, is plaoed in command. We presume other State will be made into separate Depart ment, with special commanders. Lin rowl ha made a great many officers, and 1 plaoM must be had for them. Xiee coun try, this. , A New Military Department. Speech of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham in New York. We eommenc to-day the publication of Mr. Vailakdioiam's great speech be fore the Democratic Union Association of New York City, delivered March 2, 180.1. It is unnecessary to call attention to it, as it will be eagerly sought after and care fully perused. It will run through two or three numbers of the Daily, and will appear complete ...

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. — 27 March 1863

Professional Cards. PKslO.8, BOlSTV LAM) mid BA k PAY. . jTliyMAHp, MiV b,,j 'i j r ' AnoKNKV niBTXd.Li.cii'i.vfir' ' Soldiers' llalms,ttou!tly Money, itaclc i'av. unci 1etiHioiiM, i on ttipott'.-j, pAtiikuv (k Moilifcns, sm,- DlMlrt UK HKIIl.v NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. rtun'ti iihuiikH lathnmlni' tt Crt., til tiotHfiiitn, i tin, nud H itch.iitou, 1. t.. iio'Ju tuoh ik r. 1 iiiikMir.R ....aatiuvh. ,iuais. ( NE W LA-AV" li'IItAi: 'l'l I It KSil I Kit iV K Kl ) AN, ATOKNEYS AT LAW DA VTON, OHIO. 0 Kb'H'K ttoar lUt-uoiuerol Aiinilitiicl MamatriM'l.. ,l-r lliu 1'i.ylotl l.itiik. M4.luatU Or. J. I. (ilLLhhi'Jk, (J S I! u ci ON' D i-i N T I S T f OKKKKS hi aervioe 10 ihe public, ;iti Kit the ViUilrtKt"tliaiinve(J Hum m ihomitL'ii know I'lte Ml, Mil I lUflfO Jf4J t .VJ'uriUU toof!. llUJ pfti'UK't l t.i pn On-tli'U. , , . -i s i n r . If ' Wor June in tail tin? UirlViciil riiyicn. Uili-o.m.l reij. n e No. JiMK'Cou ilrect, went yt. W. H JU. Jolt A. ll'HAH'Jf HOIK MiMAUUA, A T i oiui;ih...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. AFFAIRS IN KENTUCKY. near Camp Pick Robinson, retailing thus far favorably to the Federals. The forces are about equal ; the Federals under General t'arter having; lha advantage of position. A general engagement it apprehended toon. John I' Breckinridge wat aTullahoma on the 24th, conae-iuentlr he it not commanding the band of invaders near lanville No re port of any rebel advance to-day. TheKrank folt train it not in, and it, two honri and a half behind tiruaj. The cause of delay it not known. Humors of rebels in several proxi mate localities are not credited at lieadijtiar tem, nor attainable from any aulhenticaourre FROM WASHINGTON. arch 2K. No apointmenta -. .' ' ... , tit under the enrollment law, - j tde. The preliminariet to t ' i Brtt to be prepared, flreat -n .. V in making proper telert- [...] IN ARKANSAS. ch 26 A gentleman tli ; lie, Arkansas, aaya the I. it nocrat, ot the ltith, anooun v 3en. Price at that poi...

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 March 1863

ruiLIHVCB RVfcaf ArtBftNOOf, ! . ilULLMliYKH ifc LOGAN. Umpire Building, HO Main Mre. DAILY 1CMPIH1C. Per week, (payable to Carrier ).............. By mrtil per annum, in advance,...,, WEEKLY KNP1UK. ..I 5 e 0 On opy per unum w.........$a oo r- i ne r.MPi ttomnry county, KMriaaoiruulateafreeof pettinge in Mont- I'aymentin advance in aiioeeea. JOB PRINTING- il every description, aiteoiiterl on Steam Preaaea.lt, he iesi atyle, and at reaaonable pnoee. SPRING ELECTION. s Announcement tinder this head will be charged Z. No name inaerted unlaws accompanied by iu cewh. City Infirmary CHNEVELY will he a candidate for le-eleetion to the omee of Director of City Infirmary. ma'iS AmneMHor. B. K. .ELL will be a candidate for Aaeaaaor in the Hutii Ward, at the enduing election. ma2T HIRAM KKLLEY will be itipporled by the Totere of the tiixth Waul lor Acaewttor at the enxuuig apnng election. m PANKRATU'9 WKIDNKR will bearandidate lvr AMseHir in the Sixth Ward, at the ennuiug bprmg election, mail...

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 March 1863

ri -i tj- n -szz-?-Z-l?tzzzu.: WM. T. liOOAN, KM I tor. , SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1863. Important Business at the Union League To-Night. To-nigbt at the meeting oi me union t .t. rn: "" r e- ill betaken: "And v furthtr pldgto( ourtelvtt that jr tvntcrtptta ni go in ptriontovarand not buy ountlvt, ortt The City Convention. The large and enthusiastic attendance at the Convention last night ia a most trratifvine evidence of the spirit and de-I Af ,V AlA rt irn ifitn , 1 Spring canvas with energy, and to put forth aver honorable means to secure the triumph of the ticket nominated. The ... . . r I ., , ,, v. man on it ia worthy and capable. ow . . : , . . . - iMt ana- tnn whA feela an mtpreat nr rtride I . , ' .1. ' t . ,. ..Jr. rii. ,. , i . ... nhilnnvnr man nnnoaea In tna tvrans nical, corrupt, and thieving Administra tion now in power every man opposed to the infamous Conscription Bill, which, like a highwayman, demands of yon three hundred dollars or your life vote for the ticket nomina...

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 March 1863

Professional Cards. lKN8U)5iM, UUI NTV I A.MInrt )IA( k I'AY. TJ (OMAHU, l.ONV If, J J .1 ATTuRNKY KuB (XII-LtO'l 1UN or Soldiers' Maims.Bounty Money, Hunk l'r anil PvtKituiua, Kill WllJOWi, KATIIKIt OK MOlllKKH, MOl,- iilhitn OK ilr.lllB. NO CHARGE UNTIL MONEY PROCURED. I IrOllfi't.-t through 'IftllliiMOffe A Co., nl' 1 oiiiiiiMii Ohm, ami ttufiimyluu, i. J. uii.'i "Human r. tiikkmhkk ...HATH&N X. Ji'EUAK. TllHIihllKJt iV JOitUAN, VXXO JrllsriiiYfcJ LAW UAVr.tOHIO. Ot'KirK in r Hit t uiiK-r of Third mid town (divot n r the JiH) tnii t-iuik. jitUiJ.tw 11 Ur. J. J UlLLKtnh( SlI lt K O N O i. N T 1 8 T , OKKKiiS lit utrvH-eN to tut puh.h, und all ihe hi I vauLir-- it, in iienvl iroiu u Wionwfi ka'M'.Uge .... win tevtvo j:tr-.fXM'i ifu..:e in, tile pnii-uur ol Jut dune in uliitu Juhtietn at ..:. ' 'i i rf-idfU !. ;ki,.Jiitt.eutt Mreei, wont uirt. I.jt.vi-uu J urti tiiul ooojud. d'a.Uily UKU. UOtfc, JOHN A. M'HAMCO HOCK A NcAl AllOiN, A 1' I' O li i Ii 1' S - A X li A W . .v . ... i...

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 March 1863

By Telegraph. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY EMPIRE NIGHT DISPATCHES. REBEL INVASION. Louisville, March 27 The Frankfort train last Bight in delayed by a lo-omotire off the trach. The train brought newt of the retreat of the rebeli from Danville towards Summerset. Danville refugee! are coining in, and Home excitement exists at Lexington. But popular opinion Rains ground that the recent iovation of Kentucky wag merely a cavalry raid. LATER The Fradkfort train it in. Passengers disa gree in their reports concerning the evacua tion of Danville. A special dispatch to the Journal says : Eighty men of the 9th Kentucky Cavalry surprised the rebels pickets in the viociuity of Danville, who retreated to Danville in great disorder. The rebel force in Danville was 25,000, in cluding the 1st Georgia Regiment. This proves that the rumor of the revel abandon ment of Danville it Incorrect. LtxritoTon, March 27. Train passengers ay our forces bad recrossed Duck River in pursuit cf the rebels, oiher account...

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. — 30 March 1863

iU) M K Y i U A J, OdAN. Kwpire llti.ldli.fr, HO lHnlu Mr net, DAILY BMP IRK. Par week, (payable to Uarrlers ).... . 9 ls Hy 4ii ai I per milium, in adveno ae (w WKKKLV KM PIRKi One copy ptrianum, - . 00 at hie KMriaa iiiroulatr.fre of peMtage in Mont oinry county. I'ayment in advance in nlloasa." JOB PRINTINQ of every derWiription, eiecuted on Hieam Presses, in lie style, and at reasonable prioe. SPRING ELECTION. sj-sT"Announornents under this head will lie charged li. No tutm inserted unit accornpnuit d by the cash. City Inlirmary. C. HNKVELY will be acandidtite for te-eleolion to the iirot e of IHrector of Cny Innnnary. roans AHor. B. F. ZELL will ben candidate fur AHsettaor in the Hiath Ward, at tlieeuHumg election. mui7 HI It AM KKLLEY will be mi p ported by the voterH or the Sixth Ward lor Awtenior at (tie ensuing spring election. " n.a.4 PANKRATIITS VVEIPNKR will be candidate for Aeni(i- in thetfixlh Ward, at Hie enduing Bprmg election. ninu City Solicitor. JOHN J. ACKF.RMAN ...

Publication Title: Dayton Daily Empire
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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UKtAN, K.illtor. . 3 MONDAY, MAKCliyrlH63. WM. T, nr DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ELECTION FIRST MONDAY (6TH) OF APRIL. WiriM-STACr CATS. ' v OiBieilMimwr-JOHN 10I.H At' HI. Of.o'r-JOIAH WIII..U. ' ' W.iriuif MatU, -JOHN MrCVTrflKOV n.-MT ArMfer ANTHONI H-iasi Af.ii.vrrr KOHKRT ALI.K.N. . ' U.MMi-lKX. M. OTLKR. ' . A. ti. HlKI.Hl'KI Ofy Oiinrir ' Am Warcl-Wll.LlAM MrgKV. ! Heeond Viard-MAUUIS. KkLLS. Third Ward (Vhhpi), Fourth Warrl-'OHN A. WINHlK. Kiflh Ward-KBA THOMAS. lilh Ward W. H. i.uva. Scii Board First W.M-ePWARt) CONWAT, . Hvud Wird-H. r. WihjIimLM. Tainl H.fJJOHN V. MAUKKTH. 1 r-oorlh Werd-JONATHAN kk.NNKV, I Vmh Ward-WII.HAM CATTON. ei.iri Ward -WILLIAM WALKKU. rnl W.M-1.F.WIH HKUtTt. IMoiid Wrd iV'nii. I bird Wnrd-JOUN V. !l.tNK, rMirti Wurd-JAWB B'I'Kl'HKNS, , . Wtth Wrl WILLIAM DAVY. aiih W.rJ-fANKKATlIB WF.IOKKB. i , Democratic Club Organizations The Democracy of the Firnt, Second, Thirii and Fifth Wardh are recineRli-.l j. meet at (time and placm designated in to-morrow's Emhr...

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