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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 31 March 1866

Til 10 DAILY idU'IiU . - - it Ver Week, (parable wurrtr).;.....i..,., !' lij mall, uvr annum la advance....... i " On cupy. per .tiinniit .. '. ' fctf-Ww KMI'IKK rtWidnW. lV4fl n ("wtttr in .loiiVK'ti"ry vnuuly. J'ltj nu nt tit d an t iu nil Of rrr (iMi flHtlort, xpeui oa Stt-'aiR rtft, tt tha bunt tvl, and nt ruttonaldi1 price. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST. Professional Cards. ' ODLIN & C AH ILL, Attorney nd Counselor! at Law, llnrMiew'a Hallillttt, 1'r.lrel i . '.',. "i.. i.,.. ayton, pmo. MK.ilirU' E. THOMPSON, A.tt6rtioy arid Notary, 1 vkttnn, 0M10." ii ! VYu, 'atten'd"tm ' AIX' RtlStXESK entro.te.1 to hlui with dillnco, promptness, will CMce on Third etmat, over l.r-lienslni'rgi'r'a (loth i; Store. . in.rB-.lw1y - WILLIAM H. CONOVER, ''" Magistrate , of Madison Township, WlLL ATTEND T(7rRAWIXO AND acknowledging ltee.li, aiiatbcollection or claim. lie la also prepared to attend to thi. drawing ul nalrument, of writing, correctly, atahort notice. uie-.lwly J. J. BELVILLE...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 31 March 1866

ti. ) hoiiuno r.m rit. . it. i ik ii Annimtakt, HAYTON. OMIO., Saturday, - March 31, 1866. Congress a Body of Usurpers. A crisis Is fast Hiro(u'hlnK w litch I to determine whether thl tlnvermnetit I to continue a constitutional Confederacy, or nil irrcshslhlc mid centralized despotism. The iiri'M'iit Senate itntl House of Repre sentative nt Washington it not thi (!o. yrceenfthe Cnitrd Stair." Till' -iplc of the State of Virginia. Kuril) mil Soiilli (nro linn. tJeorgla. Alubatna, Mississippi, UhiIkI nua. Texas, Arkansas, Florida and Tennes see, are nntvprcscnhil In oltlirr branch of that ImhIt. Those Stale, nevertheless, hae acted upon the amendment ;irnpued liy t'ongrcs to tli t'oastltutinn of thn United States, abolishing lvcry, mid have given It validity. They Imvf repealed tho ordi nance of iimwliiii, or pronounced tlii'tn null mill volil. They urn therefore ugaln States of the Federal I'nlnn. t It l becailc their people are iig:u'n within tbn Jurlsillc tliui of the I'liltcd Stat...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 31 March 1866

THE DAILY MPIliE.f Saturday, - - - - Marcii 31. 18G6, (MTYKLKOTION. Remember that the City Election, TV K ICS , PLACE ON" -j- MONDAY, APRIL 2. IIoiii.m rutlc l.xi c utlvo Commit lM. Tlif Democratic City Executive Commit tee will meet THIS (Saturday) EVENING, ill the Law olllc.' of K. Thompson, at hnlf pnst seven o'clock. Every nicmlier of the Committee. iunl tin Candidate are re quested to be present. ' ' V. II. tlu.LKJtriK, Chairman. Democratic City .Tiokct Foil MAYOII, Jonathan kknnky. Hll MAIiHIIAI AMOS CI. AUK, : OH iuiikitoii nnT IVI iiniAHY, ANTHONY WOIIL. (ll WOOD MKAHtlllKU, JOHN MoCAIN. Ski. KOK IMlNn l ABI.IS4, MICHAEL K. 11 ROUST. JOHN IIRKI-SKORD.. -- WARD NOMINATIONS. , ', i i .i 1 v. .' 4 c' ' . rot.'Ncll,. Want: ' WarM. ' ' . I. .1. II. Ulllit-rt. V. M. Wnraiun. II. Adam Muvili-r, VI., W. N. trfive III. livuriir . Ilrlili(. VII. (I. flrniiiKi hwniKor IV. K. -. I'ryor. VIII. I.. Iliu.jr. W HllOI. IIIIAKU. Wiirdi. ' Wnnlm. I. Albert Ufi'lH'. V. Uiw. Nmierth It. .1 ,1. H...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 31 March 1866

.ml Ohto hundred. .... to.u-.,n;virt. -tx"1 trt 1.11T: .i,.if ,. j. ..Tt wold watch -,. ,,., ., i Cud-lot , and '"" irnltin1 JUato. " ' rosrtmnnt s -.wore i ' -..j lonven of ravnlity this mania for nurroptltlon jffiln, rtepri nent mnith not. Such i.UrrM,itt.t w.n. Hug operations deserve not onlr ventilit tiou but Invest! jr.iMon. Iftliew charge are ausoentlble of palliation, lt the ac cuaod .nt!.rat thnmwIvHft AgninAt the as persions of counties drfUmra. ' All . of these .thieves and robbers, no dOUbt, Will fttfrCP with ? I AN TON, UMN'KU. Stevens. Achkck, and their brother com patriots that it will not do for the military to be withdrawn from the disloyal South, just yet, atleaitt from the cottou portions, and while there am a lew bales left for them to 'TeconstrtH't House Furnishing Goods. CARPET STORE waliTpapers, AND ,! ' ' BOUSE FURNISHING GOODS "Van Ausdal, Harman & Co., No. 14 mala Street. 1 XAVK JUST RKCKIVEO A tAr.OE twHortiai'Dtoftbe Newest htJwo4' or all kinds FLOOR O...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 2 April 1866

T1IK DATHY KMl'IHE. , tV Verni e Brrirrs).'.. ..'..W so w ll mull, uer annnmttt advance w unit I T liMinmv One rnpv. iier niinnni.... ...... ... bm-rhf ;Ml'llllk,H,l''',,,'4' tn'e "r posts." f MiTniioim" v ci.imr. I'llMilelit ill advance in all 'job printing-. of everv .Inscription, eaccuted an.SleaiB Presses, n tliu best stvlc a'"1 '" icosimablr prices. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. HO, MAIM ST. Professional Cards. nV ODLIN a C AH ILL, Attorney and Coonnelort at Law, Oerinsvu'e Hllo".TIilr street, ,; DAYTON, OHIO. lelg-.Utf JJlfiXj-iXUi-Li: E. THOMPSON,' vA-ttorney and ISTotarv, DAYTON, OHIO. ' " ' ' W. , r ' 1 ' " " 1 ' ILL ATTEND TO ALT. RIWIXBSS eutru.tcU to him with illliitcnce, promptness, and C omeo on Third street, ever 'l"bl'r,i!,' WILLIAM H. CONOVEtV t Magistrate of- Madison Township, WVUattkkd 7r ain'aid acknnwleditlnu Keeds. and thoe.dlitton of e elms SI uSao Drepiiml to attend to the drawing lit nsm,n'ono'f writing! Correctly, at short notice. m-dly J. J. BELVILLE, .lAttorneyiat...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 2 April 1866

TnEDAiLYr(Eieiin , at is in si rs tdm. . ritnnii. ..ASKIKTAN I'. DAYTON. OHIO Monday, April 2, 1866. The Vote on the Vetoed Bill. KvODMllnir the lately vetoed CUII RlK.its Bill, It may I wait v" ) It, aa It originally passoxl lht Sonata, aiiowsu thirty-three in favor U twelve against u, five members bclug absent. Of the yen all were "Unionists;" of tux nays three were Unionist and Uiu "Democrats." Three "Unionists" and two ' UounwruU" were absent. In tlie House the yea num bered one hundred and eleveu, and the nay thlrty-elght. There, were thirty-four member aUMUt from the Yote. Six -Viiloo-lata" voted with the minority t and of the absentee, twenty-six were Uuloulsts and ...!, n..nti. Tl.ie wat the YOte of the reellve ... . ..... ,,,,,.,,., branches, which ent the revolutionary document to the Presidential gnlllotiiiu. it oiu tw rurluua to ace bow tney will .Und when It 1. brouht before tbe tfenato tand when on Tuetday The Veto—The Issues. on "the Clril RlghH B1U , we make the foll...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 2 April 1866

Wants. nr anted-itto HK known that ll.AKK AKKLLt have enlabllahed the "Antrl can fatea Kindt fcui imm U.u,' a No. B10 etem ttreet, for Ilia Introduciiou aud .ale or valuable Patent KIkIhi anl l.alr-a.iii Machijery. They . li hIhi ki idtmix ..f nm ..h. IMlrnl. nml l.alr-a;il Hal illuery ! nrii lliem a CWO v ' ' M -HI't Wtfaj-t.., , ANTED-" SMAf.I. With three or fiu iur I II h Hooim, la I Jooai on, or which tvnt wti tltnirxl uv Ui mUMI .f Mivrh or Ht lUnt Apu. iirni or pniy& ' H ," mi 'in a o.iu-.a. Wa n t k h.p a r T t E S HaViNO Palcat Rlgiiw to dispose of oraarttm desiring to lavesl la Patent RKhlt, mil Had It to their Inier. vat to cull at tnu Great Wys;ola Una: K?liite and I'auat Kittut u.iiraiir l. WAi.ta a, uuKtn I, omcc room so. it, o.er roni t oiuca, Daloa, o 1 . febsV-illai ANTED PERSON'S OUT OK EM PLOY MKNT, or Mime Wanting LOAKI). Inform, tlon aato l.oat Artlrloa, Ac., to Ari.ortlto In tke Knipire Waut Column. . for Sale. EoR 8AT,K. OXK KKW I.I;l!T-TOF bugity- and ona ...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 2 April 1866

THE DAILY EMPIRE. .1 TIm tialveatou (TexitH) CVrcuMr, In brief - -anemnrU of the frnlliint lienors! Albertftjnl . oey Jolianton. Introduce ttie follow Inn no- tli-e of "erselt ri'Rlinpnt:" WIhmi 1'reaiiJeiit I'lurc wa in mwt. on thclWuMiirrli. Km, after the .aiu;.'oi'tli' . Hi t of Coiirrv uiitlmriitinu; the. foruintlon of lii'.w reKiinviiU, lie a apiioiiilexl colonel - of tlm Seeoml Cavalt jr. a regiment fnnmti for the nmnlx-r of brilliant olllron It oon- laluivl. It i worth our wliilo to kIuiho nt . Uiia rvprliiinnt. hvilmiv .lolinaton wan col- aunt. Hnlmrt K. 1 wa lli'UtciiHiit-colnnel, anil Willlnin .1. lluiiluc and George II. Thomas (now Mujor-ttciierul TIioiiihh. I'.H. A.) wrre major. Aim. tlio captalna wero ' Enrl Vmi I torn. K. Kirny Smith. Oeorirc Stoni'tiiim (IT. S. A.) uil Natlmii G. Evmi. In the Hat of liciitoiianu tlml thn imima of John Hood and KiUliilfra Lee. . Tun Siako in Nnnrii Carolina. A ' letter from Salisbury,,;?, C.,' dtttcd March 17, iut; , ... ,.- Kurinur r ...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 3 April 1866

liTK DAILY KMT'THl:. e'er deOfeylto'arTlor.'., ......'.1. oy wall, put SllllUlttlb aaveUCS WKKlvLV- KM PIKE . T UV r 'o'ly, 1W anm. tn .r.... $1 00 fliji tiii'iUfc ctruuliitai tn ui mti(ti ia .lajlilAtois, ' ' fci'iittil j i'rtymru ill H'tlUb tu all JOB PRINTING. or 'jvtrv imrrtpMwn ,Tcutl on dtt-om Praww, n tbti butt ityi Hhi at rt.at-uuaoi, privut. . EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST. Professional Cards. ODLIN & CAHILL, Attorneys and Connielori at Law, narvaa' aVtaflsllaaa, Ttalrat trt, DaTTO., OHIO. re.ft.4wtr E. THOMPSON. ..Attorney and ISTotarv,! MAtWiX. .OHIO. ILL ATTEND TO AT, I. BUSINESS intrusted to turn with preuvptnest, ml "oQici oa'rl.ire tttAct verllvsi-.bXir.-cr'sCTot.l- more n.0.? l)w'y WILLIAM H.cdNOVER. 'Magistrate of Madiwn Townihip, WlLL ATTEXD To"dRAWIN-G AND acknowledging Deed, and IhecoHeetlon of claim.. He it also prupurod lo attend tu Ui drawing at n.trurne'itl ol wrUin:, correctly, atshort nonce. . v:t - l - s. J.J.BELVILLE, '.'Attom8y:fltLaw. XOTAK y'pU...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 3 April 1866

'TM 1)AILYTEMPIEE If, . HIHOI.. , ... i -.. KDiron. ..AnninrAn a DAYTON. OHIO. Tuesday, April 3, 1866 The President's Proclamation. In our column, to-ilay will ha rotiiMl Hi President's Proclamation, drclariug, aillli-i ally, that the Insurrection In the Souther States U at ait and. it U au Important lm ument. and will be real with Interest by "everyone. """ " ""' ' '"" " '". Light Breaking! Tb remit of a municipal Election yes tortlar, will be halted with Joy throughout the country, at Indicating the tendency public sentiment la support of the present reconstruction policy of the President of the United States The city of Dattox hat acquired no lit tie distinction from a variety of causes Within the but lour yearn. The election of a decided iiinportcr of the President against the most determined and well or , ganlicd opposition on tlw part of the nidi cals, is a result which may well inspire good men every-wherc ' with coulldunce, mid hope. 'The question was distinctly uiad upon Mr...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 3 April 1866

Wants. STKD 'I'M LEAD A IHJND l VN--A au"d. irdtiy Isiv.laorH ir of a. who .'an readand ante l.iljtial K will. I alien AuvIn iilMiiwImtfllf St 11 V.'oii'l, lrmrt. ; ".1)1." . .. . :s WaNTHD-IT TO BR It SOW k 'Til AT II.AKK. Kfcl.Li liaveestaolishad IhJ "Aineri. run falenl Kin'il Kinuurluiu," at So, S10 -mvimkI tiett ..r llic introduction u.l 4li of vlui.l.l " Hatful ItlirriU and Lelwr-aavlliK Masai.l.ery. ''ie.juit ll wliu dttlrr. tn.i,.s of ov purchass Patents ao.t I.hIhji taring Mauliineiy so Kj Uiui ae.ll. - mailt Sued i AVaNTF.D-A SMALL COTTAGE ' With three or (bur Rooms. In a od lir4B. for which rent will lie paid In advance. Nkh desired by the mill of March or tlie Istol April. AilntrtJorn.pl) to -SAM," tmpire onice. , w A NTED-PAHTIES HAVING yatent Rights so dispose of, or parties ionrinir i Um'.t In Patent IIIKnts, will Uud it to their Inter, est to call stilus (ileal Western HmI Kstate and ni.hi iin,.of I. WAI.TZ A 111 Kit hi I. olllce. room Mo. II, over 1'ost Olllce, IlayU...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 3 April 1866

T 1IE MIIiY TOPI R II WIT AND WISDOM. ,' , "t-emu. wtoe"' said Toms fatbsr. "nt rum Mim . , , ' There is ae loafer eeeu.e for thus playlet tbe , reke ; . ,, It It time you sbuaM Mu b .. wf lull.nf a wife ' . Why, 10 tt t fMlief -"Jsse wl'eibell I title" ' "My native cltT'liae treatei rue bajly," ewM a drunken vigaboui, "but I love bir nil." Probably. replied jfeutlesuari,, "tier . srttll Is all yu do love ' Tbe LonJin futvK llnu sums llm ius nil out! of tbe taw Waiiiiusjlou. Iu au vousually c'." statement lor tu Euiih writer ou our utiairs -. tsars Johnson. 'To bld that tbe Hales of aouth wrc e'er out ot ibe L utuu tt siu.' Congress. 'Waal gue, If thev nuter ant. there an't no cul for t ''ug etn In " A benevolent lady went to Uit a lanii'y who were said to ba almost jutrvirijf. She found them half-clad, and not a morse! of , food in the bouac. "What do you most seed f What would you like to have?-' she asked of the mutlicT of the faiiily. Tbe womau thouirbt tor a moment, fair fa.-e ...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 4 April 1866

Till: DAILY liMPIKE. ...Y. r n !... .. .hl-l I IVr week, lovable tptjsvrl.nl v.......A " Uv mail, per snnmnlu a.lvre....AA..i.....-.... 1 TO WEEKLY EMPIRE. Our enpv, per aimiiiu,. A... ......'! , fejrflit Fw HHK clrculat. (ii i l poltA l Himlgomerv count. J'ajmeut Hi advance iu all , Of vwy itfrtrlptioa. etsroted on Meant Fr n the best ,tvle. ami at leaaouahlc price. EMPIRE BUILOMG, Wtf. HO.'MMll ST. Professional Cards. ODL1N CAHILL, Attorneys ' and t"Catinielori ' at Law, Unr B KliM.Trraat, ., ,, DAYTON, OHIO. loU.dwir'. ;"" , t . . U T?TTi Thompson, A.ttorney and Notary, DAYTON, OHIO. W I tX ''Affei ) '"to 'aM, tWtAiN KSS entrnat-.k hro witbdiliniM..,Hrerapleii, Md vi ifflrt! onf hloltrert. ovcr1.blK.'nrt)urrr ( . ngStore. . . ..no.v:!,fl? WILLIAM H. CONOVER, Magistrate", of vMadison. Townljjpj WlLL ATTKND TO DRAWING AND acknowledging llee.K-nnd hc Mil lection of .claims, lie I- also prepared to attend to the drawing of trtimclitfl Ol writing, uyrrutuj, . .""i uv.,,... ru-dwly J. ...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 4 April 1866

H. M. BOBIl!IO.V.".......".'..!.. r. D1 TOK. . U. I ITlll STAT. DAYTON, OHIO. Wednesday, April 4, 1866. What Glorious Days! What jrlurloua daya we now lire In. Tim Bupnrue Court Of tha Uihtbd Statm ha decided Military Conimlaitonaor tht trial of cilitent uiicountltutional ! One day, a veto of the Infamy of radical Itmi. Tiie next, a glorious triumph In our municipal elections. The third day. a proclamation of Pback, the end of the sue pension of the writ of habtat corpus, of marshal law, and of Xilitary Commlsrious. And now, hut but not least, the crowiiiii glory of all, a decision by the Suphkmb Ouubt, reconstructed according to Aooll. tlon ideas, vindicating the principles of constitutional liberty. In accordance with the backings of the Democratic party within the last four years! Glorious srlorious days ! . , ' Surely, sorrows come, for Abolitionism, not sinifle spies, but whole battalions. But, for all good mun, let tho land be full of rejoicing and exultation. The diiy ' Is da...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 4 April 1866

Wants. ANTKD TO LEAD A BLIND MAX A annrt. tri.ntv hoy. 18 or M ear ot g. who can wail and write. I.lhersl K will lie given. Apply Ilnmchatelv at 41 Jterond trout. YVaSTEIJIT TO nE KNOWN THAT CXAKK KKI.LT hve .taulWI.ed tbe Airim-t-oaa i'atent lllsiit Kin Mirinio,'' nt No. 10 Second trrot ror Hie IntiiKliietlon and mil of valuable Vaunt Kiirhu and Llior-iivlnK Muli!nivr)f. Tbey rvuuent all who de.lro to dunme of or pun-haw PatenU and Laboi'aTins Machinery to irlve thura a call. manU-Smd Aivrr.ri A SMALL COTTAGE With Ihroo or four Kooins. in a foort location, for hi. h rent will be paid In advance, rowetnvm HmItmI )iv the Ad mot or apply to "SAM ' Kmplre office. A N TTtl) PARTI K S HAVING j I'alcnt Kighw to dispose ot. orpnru.m uairmj to Invent in Patent H't'lit, will find it to their inter, mttnenll at the (.-cat ttwlern Heal hstnte and patent K'KlitlMIU-eor I.. WAI.TZ A llCKKKTT, ollloo ronm No. ll.ovur JNiit Office, Dayton, O. fh 2U aim , ; V ANTED 1'EllSON'fl OUT OK EM PI Y J4 KN ...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 4 April 1866

rfIlE DAILY. EMPIRE. , WIT AND WISDOM. Twrtt-tiin I.aoy. rVne lit Cftnr reee, tall. Hanttnsra ! "Mjrtlear Belle, who H IhntdmweY look ins woman In the corner, with the " horrid Teil node!1" YVh. Clara dear, that la Mn,lnM 11 sh. ot Markeral-bquare. New York." "1 rear me; t ahe any body In particu lar?" Why, love, mint certainly; ihe hi a twenty-trunk lady." "Ik it powlhle do Introduce me. What u aplenillul looking creature ahe In." Emaarmia. It I related. Raid to the Pope who reproached him for not obaervliiK I,ent "Hlro, I have a Catholic toiil. but a l'roUtttnnt stomach." When a frcntliroD "tare at a young lady, and he at area at him, they are apt to mount to the region of love by a pair of tares. The following funny advertisement of a runaway wife was recently posted In a town In northern New York ? -My nam data Peter Kot-lllei my wlfp' nam data Peter Kovllle too. He lev my houan and no ax me, any man thut true hi in on my name uuu lima lor you. House Furnishing Goods. CARPET STO...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 5 April 1866

THIS DAILY EMPIRE. - - By mail, ntr aunumia advance 7JUU ..WKKKU KM PI UK. one My ,iftSm,Mii i1 !.'.. ., .;.:... .. ...., lt,,.'e.ilin Btyj-inv i.ai'1116 circulate, ire OI postage In .Montgomery county. Payment In advance iu til '. JMt - ' r- i' r . , JOB p firrxiisrc. ,Orry dacrhtiiMKcut.J a Stcsri Ttrmtti h Iho best tyle, und at rcuaouable price.. EMPIRE BUILDING, NO. 110, MAIN ST. Professional Cards. . ' u ODLIN CAHILL, i Attorneys, and Counselor!,, at Law, j unati'i Hallrtlaa:, Third (tract.! , DAYTON, OHIO, E. THOMPSON. .iivr u u kj .tA I Li. ATTEND TO ALT. KtlSIlTKSS am. dated b bias .with alllgcscs; protimtaasa, wit oare. . , . , Office on Thlnl iMtA, OTef rlwtuhurirc'r'ii Oloth lUt atffil.f' ) . I , I nvtn-(hji. WILLIAM H. CONOVER.. Magistrate, of UaAiaon" Townsbipf Will 'attend TcTbftAvviNQ axo acknowledging Dwili, nd4heoonectlun of claim.. 1U I. alw prvfinrpf to attimil t tho Urawlnfr' J. J.BELVILLC,' and' I. Mi'NOTAllY PUBLIC '' "'! " VI'FICEI I'.rnor'.Uaura liana, i i Ko...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 5 April 1866

THE DAILY EMPIRE m. it, in. u. KffHHIMtll. til ( II KDITWH ...AalMIlT A.M'I u DAYTON. OHIO. Thursday, April 5, 1866. Senator Stockton—Why Unseated. , In looking Bt tills fiwe and the flnirrai btttrajie perpiitriitMl not only on tlin HtMir f New Jersey, but on the country nt hirifp, bv the ronnlrators exeUidliiir M Stockton from Ms Rent In the L S. Senate, It should be borne In mind that Die Con tltutlon of New Jersey leaves It with, tl T.cjritiltiire to decide whether a United State Senator shHll be elected by a niu jorlty or plurality vote. The Legislature aocnrtllnjrly passed a law that a pliintlit vote should elect. Mr. Htockton tea legally 'tinted, having more ote than any other contestant. The Senate Judiciary Com mltteo, after a full examination of the facta, reported that Mr. 8. wag legally elected, hold the requisite credentials un tier ine oroaa seal or sew Jersey, and wag entitled to his seat. The Senate voted to iustalu the Committee, and expressly do- tlnrcd that Mr. Sto...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 5 April 1866

Wants. V A NT I ied--to i.kai.) a BUMi MAN A. rl, tmsty lny. 13 or 14 years of if, who ran read and write. Uhfml wages wlH be given. Apply Immediately at S41 Second street. apx-u , , . . , ...: - ' ' '" " VV aNTKI v.1T TO BE KNOWN THAT Ct.ARR KKI.TVY have established Die "Ainerl- tn Patent Itighl Emporium, " t Mo. HID Hecond iitreet, f..r the Introduction ami sale f valuable Patent Rights ami l-abor-saviug Machinery. They request all who demit; ui itisnnse ol or uu"nnse Patents and Labor .savlna; Machinery to elie them a call. roatfJl -:lmd Ad rri or apply to "8 AM," Km ptr oflloa: w ANTE V.P ARTIES HAVING t VV A"VTTTr A SMAT.T. OOTTAflE With three or four Hoom V In a rood loeattoa, for which rent will lie paid In adanoe. Po(imlon deired by the middle of March or the 1st of April. Tatent KiL'llta to dunoile or or pnrtun (loslrinr to Invest In Patent ltwiiti. will find II to their inter- eat to call at the Hieat Western Real Ktte ami I'alentHlithtOllhwori.. WAI.TZ IUJKKE'1-r. ollloe,...

Publication Title: Daily Empire, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily empire. — 5 April 1866

THE DAILY EMPIRE. ' If. II. HOHIINUn.. , i:dhh, lO. ti. tilt II ...xitr A.xi'. J; DAYTON, OHIO, Thursday,. . - April 5. 1866. Senator Stockton—Why Unseated. , In liHikliiK Httliln chhc and the fluifriuit biitrnjfp ppqiotrntd not only on the Htiilo of New Jersey, but on the country at lurjtn, by the ronplrtors exf-liidlng Mr. W'KTO from Ills (tent in the IT. 8. Senate, it ohoiiWl be borne in mind Mint the Con stitution of New Jersey leares It witl( the legislature to decide whether a United Statet Senntor shall be elected by a ma jority or plurality vote. The I.ejtMature accordingly passed a law that a plurality vote should elect. Mr. fitockton traa legally 'tletted, having more votes than any other contestant. The Senate Judiciary Om "nilttcc, after a full examination of the facts, reported that Mr. 8. was legally elected, held the requisite credential un der the broad teal of New Jersey, and was entitled to hit seat. The Senate voted to sustain the Committee, and expressly do tlare...

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