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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 13 April 1861

remont Journa EXTRA.. Saturday Morning, Aprill3,1861. THE WAR COMMENCED! We .ire indebted to Mr. Urown, the gentlemanly telegraph opera tor nt this place, for the following despatches which were received last night, up to 12 o'clock. Iy these despatches it will be seen that the treason which has so long been rife at Charleston, has at last culminated in WAR ! The rebels will now be treated in a different manner than they anticipa ted. They have brought down vengeance on their own heads. The country waits with breathless anxiety to, know the result of this at tack. We believe the Government is sufficient for the emergency. Without further remarks we give the despatches: Charleston, April 12th. The following is the telegraphic correspondence between the War Department at Montgomery and Oen. Beaure gard immediately preceding the hostilities. The c orrefrpondence grew out of the formal notifica tion by the Washington Government which is disclosed in Oen. Beauregard's first dispatches: N...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 15 April 1861

remont Jonrna EXTRA. Monday Morning, April 15, 1861. Below we give the latest uews we have received from the seat of War. As will be seen, Major Anderson has capitulated and surren dered to the rebels. From the details given of the attack on Fort Sumter, we do not see that he could do otherwise; hut of that the reader is as able to judgu as we. A variety of other interesting news will also be found below: Charleston, April 13th. The cannonading is going on fiercely from ull points, from the ves sels outside, and all along our const. Fort Sum ter reported to be on fire. 10-30, A. M. Firing was kept up nil flight on Fort Sumter, lit inter-vain of UO minutes. Mnj. Anderson ceased firing from Fort Sumter tit ft o clork last niglit. He whh engaged all night in repairing damages and protecting his barls'tic guns. He commenced to return the tire at 7 o' clock this morning. Fort Sumter seems to lie greritly disabled. The battery on Cumming's Point does fort Sumter great damage. At 9 ochtrk ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 15 April 1861

Fremont Journal EXTRA.. Monday Evening, April 15, 1861. 3 1-a o'clock P. IVI. We have made arragements to receive and publish the telegraph rejKH ts. And shall give them immediately after their receipt. RICHMOND, April 13. In convention, Messrs. Carlisle mid Karly deprecated I he Notion of 8011th Carolina in tiring on Smnti - ami expressed devotion to the. Stars and Stripes. Secessionists lvplicd, zealously applauding South Carolina, iiml claimed that whatever the Convent ion dill, the State would go out of thi' Union. The Governor communicated a dispatch from Gov. Pickens, giving :m account of the born I'lirdniont, saying: MA furious lire is upon us I'mni Soulier. We will take the fort and i nn "ink the fleet. If the at tempt ib made to land trooi elsewhere, we can whip them. We have nearly seven thousand of the bent IriHipa in the world, and a reserve of ten thous and. We will triumph or perish. Let me know what Virginia will do." In the debate it whs said ihnt the Southern Army w...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 16 April 1861

moifc Journa EXTRA.. TuesdayEveDiDg,Aprill6,1861 ' 3 1-2 o'clock P. M:. will FREEMEN AWAKE. RALLY AT BIRCHARD HALL, To Night. Our Country and our Lilierties are in danger. The citisens of FREMONT and vicinity are re quested to meet at Birchard Hull THIS EVEN INO at 7 o'clock for consultation, and to make arrangement for aiding the Government in its efforts to enforce the law and put down trcaaon. Party lines are demolished. Let every patriot attend: R P Buckland, Thso Clapp, Theo Burt, A H Long, H Everett, E F Dickinson, C R McCulloch M Gusdorf, Isaac Dry funs, 0 M Fouke, M A Kilter, W II Cloud, L M Jackson, E J Conger, K VndercMk, 8 P Meng, 1 M Keeler, P Close, H Anderson, H Lesher, II Stalcy, F N Gurncy, O A Roberts, Wm B Sheldon. H K Shomo, Wm St. Clair, A J Dickinnon, Jan Vallcttc, O W Vallette, I) S Camfield, P Maxwell, A Phillips, Geo Cleland, Wm Shrader, Jumps Kridler, L W Ward, Charles Choate, James Marshall, Jacob Lesher, John A Bradner, Leopold Gusdorf, Leopold Shewer, H W...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 16 April 1861

A Tuesday Morning, April 16th, 1861. E XTR 127 Those who fail to receive Extras of the Carrier, will please call at the Office and be supplied. Our telegraphic reports this morning are very full, and show feeling of the people throughout the country to be almost unanimous for sustaining the General Government. Charleston, April 14. Tlie steamer Nashville from New York, arrived here at 3 o'clock Sat urday night An eye-witness of the firing Fri day night pays, it wm tcmrtically grand, and reached its climax at 10 o'clock at night; when the sky was overcast by rain clouds. The streets were rilled with people nearly all night; also crowding house-tops, shipping and every available pluce. Towards morning the firing di minished. A few random shots only were fired and replied to ouly occasionally by Sumter. When the fire and smoke were first seen issuing .from Sumter it was suppose to bo only a signal to the ships which were in the oiling, apparently blockading the port, as they remained q...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 17 April 1861

SFFomoifc Journal EXTRA.. Wednesday Moraing, April 17th. A large and enthnsiastic meeting irre-pectire of party, was held at Bircbard Hall, in this place, last evening. Stron g and patriotic resolutions were passed sustaining the Governor of the Sta in his call for men to support the honor of our flag. New York, April 16lh. Special report to to the New York Tout, ays lhat ihe Governors of Kentucky, Virginia. North Carolina, and Miasouri, refuse to respond for troop. Mary land, however, respond promptly, and Balti more Regiment tendered service to President to-day. Quota for Massachtisettsbcen doubled, and three regiment from Boston ordeied here at once. Gen. James H. Lane, of Kansas, take Command of a thousand men here. Comnicr ciai'a dispatch cays George Ashman sent to Can ada on a aecret mission. No orders are yet is sued to blockade Southern ports, or stop mails, but has issued orders to Garrison Harjr,s Fer ry, Forts 'Washington, Monroe, and others. One of the Massachusetts Regi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 18 April 1861

EXTRA. Thursday Miornmg, T- o'clock, A-pril 18th, 1861. To the Readers of the Journal. Arrangements liave been entered into between the publisher of tho Mauenpcr and the Journal whereby the public will receive the latest tele graphic news fume hours sooner thnn by any other means. Mr. Mean will receive the morn ing and afternoon report nod issue them in an t-xtra towards evening. We will receive the night report which, together with the reports of the day previous as published by Mr Bean, we will publish in the morning at least as early as 7 o'clock. Thus, our readers will be furnished with all the telegraphic news once a day. On Friday mornings we shall not issue an extra, as all the reports up to that time will appear in the Journal of that date. VOLUNTEERS! ENROLL! B. P. Buckland received the following dis patch from the Adjutant General of this State, yesterday : Colimbis, April 17th, 18G1. Enroll a company of seventy-rive men at once. H. B. CARKlNGTON, Adg't Gen. O. M. In compl...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 20 April 1861

EXTRA- Saturday Morning, 6 o'clock, April lath., 1861. To the Readers of the Journal. Arrangements have been entered into between the publishers of the Mcasctujcr nnd the Journal whereby the public will receive the latest tele graphic news some hours sooner than by any other means. Mr. Bean will receive the morn ing and afternoon report and issue them in an xtra towards evening. We will receive the night report which, together with the reports of the day previous as published by Sir Bean, we will publish in the morning at least as early as 7 o'clock. Thus, our readers will be furnished with all the telegraphic news once a day. On Friday mornings we ehaU. not issue an extra, as all the reports up to that time will appear in the Journal of that date. Another Company. Hon. It. P. ISuckland received an order from the authorities at Columbus yesterday, directing him to raise an another Company in this coun ty. The order was placed in the hands of Win. K. Huynes and E. F. Dickinson, Esq.,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 22 April 1861

EXTRA. Monday Mlorning, 6 o'clock, A.pril 23d7"l861. Another Company! Doctors M. A. Ritter and M. E. ltawson have headed tha list fur a third Company from Fre mont They have received authority from the Adjutant-General to do so. Let it be filled up at once. Tub Geemaxs Moving. The German of Fre mont are actively engaged in getting up a Com pany of Volunteer. Wo understand thcirratiltH arc more than half filled up already. They will organize and thoroughly drill, and hold themselves ready for any service the Govern ment may assign them. Many of them have erfortned miltary duty in the old Country. Two Volunteer Companies, numbering over 100 men each, have been raised in Fremont, and more stand ready to enroll their names. The Company raised by Messrs. Haynes ond Dick inson will elect its officers to-day. Both Com tianies expect to start for Head Quarters to-morrow, which we understand is to beat Cleveland, and will there be mustered into the service of the Government. Gbken Spbinos Aw...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 23 April 1861

A - Tuesday Morning, 6 o'clock, April 23d, 1861. The Star Spangled Banner. On. y can you see by the dawn'i early light, Whntso proudly we hail'd at the twilight' last gleam me. Whose broad ttripet and bright itara thru' the perilous fight, O'er the ramparU we watched were ao gnljant- ly streaming; And the rocket' red glare, the bomb bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our Bag wa till there? Oh! lay, doe that tar-pngled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? On the ahora dimly seen thro' the ruieu of the deep, Where the foe' haughty hot in dread silence reposes. What lathat which the breeae, o'er the tow'ring steep As it fitfully blows, half conceal, half dia doner: Vow it catches the gleam of the morning's first . iwam. Id full glory reflected now chine on the stream, Tia the star spangled banner! oh, long may it ware. O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave. And where is that band who ao vauntingly swore, That the havoc of wa...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 24 April 1861

'Jl E X M M Alia Wednesday 6 A.. M., A.pril 24, 18C1. No Report. About 0 o'clock last night a violent tbun icr storm sot in, which prevented the usual tolcgraph report. Howover much the peo ple ir.ay dosiro the news, neither thoir anx ieties or the hopes of the printers, have any iifluence over the elements. The Fremont Volunteers. E irly Tuesday morning the people of San dusky county begun to nrrivu in our town, tuiil a; ID o'clock theerowd had become exceedingly diiiiw. In regard to the numbers we can form uncitimatioii. It was a gala day. Vet under, und behind the animated feelings, there were anxieties tut htiart hut it own can ever know. Tin excitement wnnifii nature never before ex perienced in this community. Fathers, mo thers, brothers, sisters nnd friends were taking leave of the dear ones they were giving up to their country, for their country's defense. The shrill miles of the life and the roll of the drum could be heard uboveall the tumult of voices. About 9 o'clock the ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 25 April 1861

R A . Thursday iMEorning, T o'clock, A.pril 25tli, 1801. X No extra will bo issued from llio Jourm al office to-morrow morning. The dis patches of Thursday night will Rppear in the paper. Tho three Companies of Fremont Vol unteers left for CampTaylor, Cleveland, on Wednosdny morning last. They left in good spirits, and with tho full determina tion to perforin their duty, and to give the traitors blow for blow. A Regiment of Volunteers, numbering 1,000 men, from Toledo, will pass through Fremont lo-dny on the noon train, ou their WBy to Fort Taylor. Home Guard. At a meeting of the Homo Guard last tiighl, a Committoo was appointed to pre pare a Constitution and By-Laws for tho government of tho Company. Another meeting of the Company will beheld at the Engine House to-morrow (Friday) evening. Wednesday's Report. New York, April 24th. A gentleman from Charleston ways it was the intention of the Southern Confederacy to march north with 50 or 6U,UO0 men, expecting 511,000 inure from Va. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 27 April 1861

X RA. Saturday, 6 A.M., A-pril 27th, 1861. Hod. Frederick Chapman, of Bellevue di- ) ed yesterday, 26lh, at 2 o'clock, p. m of j Judge Chapman ill one of the l i . , i. j , . oldest residents, and an enterprising business man. His death will a great loss to the , ; aholo community. j 1 ' Synopsis of Friday's Report. The following is a very lull synopsis of yes- terday's Telegraphic Report: Eight thousand New York and Pennsylvania troops have arrived at Annapolis by Water and marched for Washington on Wednesday and another detachment of 3,000 was soon to leave Annapolis for the same destination. The Rail road is in the hands of the Government and in working order, but is entirely occupied in the transportation of military stores and provisions. In this all the resources of the Kiad are con stantly occupied. Doth of the Ohio Senators have enlisted as I privates in volunteer companies. I Pennsylvania has already raised 39,000 vnlun-' tisirs, 19,000 of which has been accepted. Reports o...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 29 April 1861

X RA. Monday, 6 A.. M!., A.pril 39th, 1861. No Report. The telegraph line nut being in working order yesterday and last night, we are without our usual report. Lieut. Amsden had leave of absence from Camp Taylor on Saturday evening. He reports the Fremont boys all in good heart. Compan ies No 1 and 2, have been mustered into the viee: -Company Nv 3 is uius- Thcre is no knowl- (.'nited States se tered into the State Service, edge how long the United States troops will remain in Camp Taylor. Should any Fremontcr be going to Cleveland within a day or two they will do a favor by leaving word at the Store of Canfield fc Bro ther. And if any persons has messages or packages to send to their friends they can leave them there. The funeral of Hon. F. Chapman, of Belle. vue, took place Sunday afternoon. A train of three cars run over from Fremont, and a train of two cars came from Norwalk. The passenger train going west from Fremont on Wednesday night at 10 o'clock, when five miles cast of El...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 30 April 1861

Tuesday Moiniiiig, (3 o'clock, A.pril R A - 30th, 1861. To the Headers of the Journal Extra. When il..- intelligence of tho attack on Fort, t U...U-T waaii.inced.wc published tl.eacw.unt in Jin extra Jolbxal. and c.inrubtuH it thmuirh ihiswhole section of country in advance of any ithcr jicwsiaprr. We then became a member ( tlx Associated Press, and assuch are entitled tw all the news telegraphic dispatches passing war the w. For more than two wei It .have received Uiw disiatchcs, and have luul Uie witoUfesiee published I every ...omii.g. ex-j re rumiays, uy tor . chick, ana win -II r . I . ,i t . I e "J '""-"J " ,, ,n,,l.yar m , m-,nr ofcharpKlhav Kiven oureKtra away I., all )i have culled at our oflice K.r U.eiu, The exneuar to ut fur puhliHuiiig th(W exlrnw fur one iumiUi will not lie kwe than $ I'i-'i. The work i all dutie at night, between 8 o'clock in the ercMlng and 6 o'clock in the niarnini;. We trust entirely to the gcneroKity of the people who receive and read thcrn, to re...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 1 May 1861

X R A. Wednesday Morniag, 6 o'clock, Mlay 1st, 1861. To the Public. , , iininoiimK:m,c.fcxtrii,lyMter..SMurdHy,IIorDiujrt ... .. .,,..., .. u........ .,,.,., mii - . .. i,,r, ana ly.ng anicie against tnecntor ottne oi'RNal. Not having born funiished with a ..y f the Extra by tan. we did not sec it ..nta too late to make any rTly,n our extra oil y.s morning, to-morrow morning west.all en- deavor to reply toit I,, the mean time we ask a MWPp.uhi of pubhcopinion, Capt. Seaman, of the Woodvillc Volunteers, has informed us that his Company is full, and numbers near 100 men. He has received a dis- patch from Adjutant-General Carrington, to hold his company in readiness to march ata moment's notice. We learn that Foster k Co. and L. Hays, Esj., of i'ostoria, have subscribed $1,000 apiece for war purposes, and guarautee more when this is exhausted. A letter from Columbus says:1 All of the 11th Regiment, and 3 companies of the 3d, have left Columbus for the East. Fifteen thousand stand of ar...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 2 May 1861

To the Public. Tii tlii! unprovoked mid false article in the .k!?c.r Kxtra ill' Tuesday evening, wo make the following unKwcr: In nur paper iued tlie day previous to the reception f tlie news of the attack on Fort Sumter, we informed the reader of the Jot bhal tliot should the rebel attack that Fort before our next publication dny, we should notify them if the Dirt in an Extra. On Friday night, at iilsmt eleven o'clock, word woa sent tm by Mr. Hbown. the Telegraphic Operator here, that he htid received despatches giving an account that the attack on Fort Sumter had commenced, and that they were at our disposal. Of course we very gladly availed ourself of the offer, and at -I o'clock tin 8aturday morning had our Ext inn printed, and circulated through town, and to several parts of the county, before our amiable traducer got down to his office. For these de spatches theO pern tor refused to make any charge, but thin did not prevent us from paying him a urn sufficient to regale the boy...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 4 May 1861

F A - Saturday JVEoming, 6 o'blook, "NLauy 4th., 18Q1. It was Union. No far m relate to the Clyde contribution for extras, in our article of Thumday nioniing we were mistaken, and that no unpleasant feeling may came of it we append the following note which we received by mail Thursday evening: Cltdk, May 1st, 1861. Kbiesd Kkeleb I understand there is a dif ficulty existing between you and Mr. Beau of the Messenger, with regard to a donation from Clyde to the printers. The money wan raised by vi to be divided equally between you and Mr. Bean for the Extras that has been and may be furnished by both papers. Yours H. N. RICHARDS. After perusing the note we sought Mr. Benn and divided the "donation." We hope our Clyde friends will be satisfied with the termin ation of the affair. They will accept our thanks for their liberality. Camp Dennison. The new Camp which seems to be designed as a general rendezvous for the Ohio troops, is located at Mianiisville, a village in Clermont county, 17...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 6 May 1861

i Ffh Mrii Km A - Monday Morning, 6 o'clock, May 6tli, 1861. EE X Our telegraph Report was very mcgre Ust, night, but we publish all that we have received. Subscribe for the Journal. 1 f you want a good paper, one that always contains the latest news; ails' gives correct price current of the Fremont market, and other local iaatters, subscribe fur the Fbkmovt Jouax il Our circulation baa now run up to nearly eleven huudred copies, but we are prepared to l'uruish any additional number f papers that way be wanted. Terms low; wily $1 50 per 5 oar, or 73 cent for six months. The Home Guards. rhi. n,...i.nv n..nei-.i ni. uin.ie tai.unUv last for their 6rst drilL About 100 men were iu hc ranks. They made quite an imposing up- pearance, aud went through the military exer- ics with great credit. A large concourse f people were present. The following are the officers of the Company, as far a delected: Capt. John BclL 1st Lieut. James Justice. 'Jd huU Isaac Knapp. 3d Lieut. B- P. BuckUuid. Kns...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 7 May 1861

f MiffllllHill 1 EXTRA. No. 20. Tuesday IVJoiniing, O o'clock, VEay Tfch., 1861. Subscribe for the Journal. If you want a good piper, ( that always contains lilt latest newt, and (jives a correct price current of t lit Fremont market, and other local matters, subscribe for the Fukmont .Ioius .4 !.. Our circulation has now run up to nearly eleven hundred copies, hut we lire prepared to furnish any additional number of paH-rs that may be wanted. Terms low; only jjd ."( per year, or 7."i cents for six months. -s-- On Saturday last, a flag 20 by 30 foot, was thrown to the breeze from Trinity Church spire, in New York, where it floats just be low the cross which tonus tno pinnacle of the steeple, at tho dizzy height of 284 feet above the pavemvot. It Is not our Fault. We learned yesterday that the Jocrnal Kxtra did not reach AY oodville regularly. It is cer tainly no fault of ours. Three times a wc.ik they are sent by mail, and on those days certain ly there should be no failure. The oth...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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