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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 8 June 1861

Fremont Dailyf Journal. 8ATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editob. FUNERAL OF DOUGLAS. Chicago, June "7. Business generally suspended to-day, the board trade having agreed yesterday until Saturday banks, job bine houses, and dry goods stores, should all b closed. m. ; Street at an early hour in the - vicinity of the Una of march of the funeral process ion densely thronged with people, largS numbers of whom arrived from the country, by morning trains. - At 11 o'clock amid tolling bells and fir ing of minute guns, the procession moved from Bryan Hall, where since Tuesday the remains have lain in state, through Clark . and Lake streets, to Michigan avenue, thence to Cottage Grove. "- ' Procession about two miles in length, and occupied an hour in passing. ', Estimated 1 10,000 persons in cortege. . Military, Governor, State Officers, mem bers of the Legislature, Medical, Legal pro ' fessions, Masonic Fraternity, Mercantile As sociation, Fire Department, Typographical Union, all B...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 8 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. WHsbinglon, Jiiuo 6. The Secretary nf W'nr appointed tho following named pHyinasfors in tho army: Thou. U. Allen and Chas. T. Larned, Missouri ; John II. Kinsley, James V. Furney and J. D. Web ster of Illinoss; Win. Cnmbark nnd W. P. Gould, of Indiana; David Taylor, J. H. Groesbeck, Robert C. Kirk and Dwight Bannoster, of Ohio; Joshua Howard, Mich iqan; Thomas J. Mokean, Iowa; J. S. Spudding, Minnesota. The President has appointed Jonas A. Clark, District Attor ney, and James 0. Silton, Marshal for tho Western District of Missouri. A gentleman just retvrued from Knox ville, four miles from Harper's Ferry. The rebels have withdrawn all the batteries from the Marylaud side opposite the Ferry, apparently with a view of concentrating their artillery, and having it in a position to bo moved when thoy retreat. At Point of Rocks thoy have about one hundred cav alry and Gvo hundred infautry and four pie ces of artillery. Tho main forces are at Bolivar, about a mile south...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 8 June 1861

Daily Journal. The following line have an evident applica tion about theae day. Those who parted with brothers, sister and lover, when the tocsin of war first sounded in this region, can appreciate the cadence of the symphonies: "The Soldier's Tear." .' Upon the hill he turned Totaka a last fond look Of the valley and the village church, And the cottage by the brook; He listened to the sounds, So familiar to his ear, And the soldier leaned upon his sword Bee id the cottage porch A girl waa on her knees, She held aloft a snowy scarf, Which fluttered in the breese; She breathed a prayer for him A prayer he could not hear But he paaaad to bless bar aa ah knelt, And wiped away a tear. ' He turned and left the spot; 0, do not deem him weak, ' For dauntless waa the soldier's heart, Though tears were on his cheek. Go watch the foremost rank la danger's dark career, . , . Be aura the hand most daring there Has wiped away a tear. The Slaves to be Murdered. The occupation of Virginia soil by ...

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. — 10 June 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL; Vol. 1. MONDAY MORMi(j, JUNE 10, 1801. No. 21. The Daily Journal, TapubUahaa' vry manataff, aao)t Friday and Sunday. ItwtlloosUlnaJI is talccrapli new. up to lh hour of KOtog to prsaa, and aucb loci and miMelUneou. n.wa M csaa to sand. !t will ba farnlahad to ausacribora la towa at 10 cent par waafc, or S oeota a Gflpr. For th country In paakagea f Bra aoptel or more, ilxpenco a week, or 38 cent a stastSv Nwa daalaraauppltf d at the rate of tl a hundred. The Wmu JoCR al ii publtahed emrjr Friday morn, tng with all the late talegruphtu ili-kpatchaii, and Ii aaot hy mail for $1,60 per year; left by the carrier in town, 91,7 per year. Single ooptaii ft cent. Orient far the DitLrend Wkkklt Journal ara aoliclted. 1 Addraaa I. M. KEKLER, Editor and Publisher. Joe Lane is in for the War—He offers his Services to Jeff. Davis. orregon may th 1th 1861. m y deer frenrl da vis. i beleave i haven't saw you since the sennit, ajurned signs dye but your caws have risen thesub...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 10 June 1861

Fremont- Daily j Jonrnal. SATURDAY, JUNK iori801. ISAAC M. KKELER, Editos. Lieut's Dickinson and Fouke are rapidly ob taining tba requisite number of men for their companies. A few additional men are wanted. Independent Guards, Attention. ' The following order of election for tbia Ccra ', puny baa been received from Oolumbua: Uiad QcAKtau 0. U. V. M. Ado't. On. Orrics. I CoLunna, 0., Juoe 4th, 1M1. j Tba qualified electors of tbia Company at . Fremont, O., Militia of tba Reserve, will meet at its armory (Court House) on the 15th day of June, A. D., 1861, between the houreof 10 o'clock a. m, and 3 o'clock p. m., and then and there proceed to elect by ballot, the following officer: Una Captain, one first Lieutenant and one Sec ond Lieutenant. The election will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the Act of March 28th, 1857, except aa modified by General Order No. 17, which substitutes 3 days for 10 days public notice, and all poll books will be returned to General Head Q...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 10 June 1861

Saturday's Report. ' Washington, June 7. Special to the Tribune says several hundred regulars have left within 24 hours for the Relay Home. They will form a portion of one of the col li rant which are to operate against Harper's Ferry. A column of Gen. Patterson's army it approaching by the way of Hagers town, and a column of Gen. McClelland' army is moving from the west. ' Holp can not come to (ion. Johnson from Manassas Junction, for Gen. McDowell will engage u- l . i . j. . : . : r , i. i. i . i lug niivig (ruiiiiiuii vi nio lamia fjoaivil there nor can they be reinforced from Rich mond and Norfolk, for Gn. Butler will be a dangerous foe. to leave even inactive in the roar, and he will not remain quiet. j There are armed steamers enough in the Potomac to threaten' other approaches to the Capital of the old dominion. Wo have good reasons lo believe that before many houra a column of 4,000 men will march from this city towards Harper's Ferry, the whole commanded by Col. Stone, of t...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 10 June 1861

Daily Journal. of the Campaign the East. It k obvious now that in the plan for the , redaction of Harper's Ferry, strategics move meet, rather than immediate and direct at mult, it the reliance. From the North, West, and. East, the Ohio and Pennsylva nia forces are advancing, and the advances from Washington are designed to close upon them, so . that the rebel forces there must ' either evacuate while a Southern retreat ui- .U- !.:.. -I the Federal troops, who may make cboice of the time and mode they shall prefer for their capture. They Lave a strong position, but, even if it were impregnable, on r forces "will be able with sufficient expedition to compel a surrender. .. Thus, the artillery stolen from the Government is already, for all the uses of the enemy, as good as spiked. . We think we see an exactly parallel po licy initiated by General Butler's recent oc cupation of Newport News Point. Nor folk, Sewell's Point, and the adjacent coast lines are in a condition to make a despe...

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. — 11 June 1861

FREMONT DAILY JQMMff Vol. 1. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 11; 1801. No. 22. The Daily Journal, lepubliebed nrf morning, eacept Friday and Sunday. It will contain .11 the telegraph new. np to the hour of gofofto prm, and aucb tneal and mlaeellanoua aewe aa eonee to hand. It will be farnlfthel to eubecrtbera in town at 10 eanU per week, or 2 eenta a copy. For the country in packagea offlve eoplee or more, aixpenoe a week, or 24 cent, a month. Nvwa dealer auppllcd at the rate of (1 a hundred. The Wezxly Journal ia pubitahed erery Friday morn, ing with all the late telegrapblo deapatchee, and la aent by- mail for $1,50 per year; left by th. carrier In town. Sl,?e per year. Single eopiea oente. Order, for the Daily awl Wiislt Jocbnai. are aolietted - . Addraw I.M. KEELKR, . Editor and Pablialier. Sentiments of S. A. Douglas. - Mr. Douglas mnde a speech at Chicago tbe other day, in the Republican Wigwam, . which has been rechrisloned "National Hall," ' in the course of which ho said : I have str...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 11 June 1861

Fremont , Daily I Journal TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER EDITOR. A regiment of Wisconsin troops, armed and quipped, having horses, wagon, camp equip page, Ac, ready for active service, paused thro' fpamont, yaaterday, en route for Washington. Yesterday was the hottest day of the season. Capt Crowell will leave with his men for Camp Jackson, to-morrow, Wednesday morn ing on the 6 o'clock train. The Captain has giv 'en his whole company au invitation to dine with ' him at bis farm to-day at 12 o'clock. . : It ia reported that the army worm is com mitting very destructive ravages in the south- .' era part of Butler county, in this State. It ia destroying the wheat, barley and grass. Last Night's Despatches. New York, Juno 10. The Post' dis patch says the Federal troops at the Belay House evuliuually make arrest sod delect contraband goods io traasil through that place. , Th contraband goods which are Mixed Almost daily, consist of percussion caps and military clothing. (Specia...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 11 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. Washington. Jiirns 0. The Michigan regiment last night captured, out Ht Fonor n, two spies from the rebel army. On ex amination one was tbuud to belong to tlio body guard of Gov. Letcher, and the other b surgeon. They state that Beauregard was at Mannassas, and is now at Richmond, consulting with Davis. Important papers ncre found on thorn. A system of rebel signal lights was dis covefed in Maryland, reaching to Harper's Ferry. Tho Indiana Zouaves, 480 strong, Col. Wallace, passed through Grafton, on route Cumberland, Maryland, to open the road. Scouts ' report tho rebels entrenching themselves at Gap Mountain, four miles from Huttonvillo. The latter point is half way between Grafton and Cumberland. ' Desertions tbero are very numerous, but ' reinforcements aro said to be arriving. The Gap is thought to bo an important utrategib point, as it commands the on. trance to Western Virginia. '' The troops at Phillippi are anxiou s to march on Hultonville. ' Nothing is ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 11 June 1861

Daily Journal. The War Worth all it Costs. [From the Albany Evening Journal.] War ia ao expensive luxury. However humanely and discreetly waged, it ia a se rious drain upon tho life of nation. We ahall oome out of the preaent atruggle im poverished in many ways. With the beat success, we ahall expend hundreds of mil . liona of treasures and sacrifice thousands of lives. Wa shall feel the bruise of the con flict for years after the rebellion baa been cruabed and peace baa been restored. Thousands of fortunes will be wrecked thousands of homes will be made desolate thousands of bright careers will be arrested. Th moarnera will go about the streets. There will be sorrow and anguish there will be despair that no human sympathy can assuage in many a ' gentle bosom. The wrecks will lia thick around us the obarred and battered ruina of high hopes and sublime endeavours will attest bow aever has been the trial through which the country bas passed. , Will it pay the coat I Yea a hundred a th...

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. — 12 June 1861

FREMONT DAILY HI) Vol. 1. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JINE 12, 18G1. No. 23. The Daily Journal, IipaMkM HHf m.rnloj, .sort Friday mi SuwInt. It UI tootsis U tk. taltersph mwi up loth, hoar of galaf to stmi, uwl aeh luwJ id. mtM.lUoe.aa mwi u tt Kill kmidM4 1. aukMribm In town at W centi per wnk, .r So.Mii eopy. For the eoantry In packagM fir eeptM-er mora, alipmcn t wetk, or2S NDtl t month. Nwa vV.lor rappllcd nt tin rmttof $1 shandrod. - TH. VnuT JaVMxL ii published nrj Friday morn. Sriirtin silTYb.nWtt2T!4e-dMpatcheB ud l Mnt by nuul tor $1,60 par year; left by th. carrier In town, 1,7 pnr year. Sl.gl. ooplM I nnU. Ord.ra forth Daily and Wtzsxr Joomul an aoUclted. I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. The Three Month's Volunteers. OM of th. .JX.T. exchanges aUUa that nearly taa.thftusaud of our beat troops, will be going born by the time Congress meets. This is much to be regretted but cannot be helped. The three months' regiments are very generally bu siness .reen. who cannot leave their bu...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 12 June 1861

Fremont Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY, iTuNK 12, 1861. ISAAC M. KEEL Eli, Koitok. DO YOU WANT THE NEWS? We ask the question and leave it with our friends fur decision.-. -. . i , . Since the stuck un Fort 6uutet by the South Carolina rebels, we hare daily excepting Sun day, published lull telegraphic reports and had them ready fur delilery by six O'clock in the morning, for one month the publication was in the torm of an "extra," and was freely given away to whoever wanted, and we in return ac cepted wbaiever-our friends chose to contribute. '"'Atthe cluee of one month we discontinued rtLa ''extra" and commenced the . Issue of Uie "Dailt JotadAU tbe first muuth of which closed "on Saturday last.'" We continued to publish the telegraphic reports at the earnest solicitation of people both in the town, and country, upon what we thought guod assurances of a small leuiuuur tion. 'liowUr that has beeu realised the follow lug will show:", . , .r ,.. IMljr JearaalOr. , , . ., To Cash tut faiiof ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 12 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. (Special to Tribune.) A letter rect-ivod from aboard tho Anna rola says wo aro in hourly expectation to bo ordered to nltiick Pic Point hailory in conjunction with the Harriet Lnne and . Cumberland. - . They also expectod to pay a visit t Sc walls Point and Craney Island. A warm , timo was anticipated. An officer who bad an interview with Gen. Scott yesterday, Ktatos he wan positively informed by bini that do . important utlack upou the posi tions of iho enemy would bn mado until l ho fortifications around Washington shall be entirely finished and guns mounted, : It appeals Arliuglou Heights were on tbe point of beiug attacked Monday night. .One of Lieut. Tompkins company coma in towards midnight to the camp of the 69th Regiment reporting tho cavalry, infantry uud artillery at a distance of only 2 miles. Our troops were formed in lino of battle, but for souiu cause unknown the rebels con cluded at the last moment to defer the pro ject and withdraw. Col. Van Allen...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 12 June 1861

Daily Journal. Getting Married Without Knowing How it Was to be Done. A few day since a rathnr verdant couple presented themselves at one of the up-town oburches just before the service commenced, and requested tba minister to tie tbe mys tic knot tbat should unite two hearts in one. Tba clergyman was nowise loth, and tbe railing and blushing couple were marshal ed op to tbe desk. Just as the minister was about to commence, . tbe bridegroom grasped the sleeve of bis coat with one .band whilst with tbe other be extracted a handful of loose change from bis pantaloons pocket, and putting his mouth close to the clergyman's ear, whispered, "How much is to pay, I can't afford a great deal." Quiet ly iutimating tbat tbe pay would be re ceived after tbe work was done, the minis tor proceeded with bis duties, and tbe twain "were soon made one flesh." , Waving tbe happy pair aside tbe Reverend gentleman mounted the pulpit to proceed with tbe regular services. The new-made wife un derstood 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. — 13 June 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. 1. THURSDAY HORMXG, JUNE 13, 1801. So. 24. The Daily Journal, ll published every morning, except Friday aud Suuil.iy. It will contain all the telegraph news up to the hour or going to preas, and such lucal and miscellancona new. an 'eomea to hand. !t will be furnished to subscribers In town at 10 cent, per week, or 2 centa a copy. For the country In package, of five eoplee or more, sixpence a week, or2S cent, a month. News dealer, auppllcd at the rate of $1 auundred.4 Tho Weekly Jourkal i. published every Friday morn ing with all the late telegraphic despatches, and 1. aent by mail for $1,60 per year; left by the carrier In town, $1,76 per year. Single copies 6 cent.. Orders for the Daily and Weekly Jocrnal are solicited. I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. FUN! FUN! Etu Skbini, the Hungarian Wizard, will give an exhibition at Buckeye Hnll,thisevenig. lie is a great adept in sleight of hand, jugglery and every species of legerdemain. After several years e...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 13 June 1861

Fremont Daily Jonrnal THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editob. Last Night's Despatches. Scnnton, June 12. At the Democratic Con vention held at Wilkesbarre yesterday, H. B. Wright was nominated to represent the Xllth District in Congress, in place of O. W. Scrauton, deceased. New York, June 12. Gen. Geo. H. Keim di ed at Heading, Pa., on Monday night. Louisville, June 12. The New Orleans Pic ayune says: Two U. S. transports, one supposed to be the Empire City, and said to have 1,500 men aboard arrived off the bar yesterday p. m. Oen. Twiggs hss issued an order prohibiting all kinds of vessels to pass by Fort Jackson without the Governor's written order. Baltimore, June 12. Ooe of Lieut. Grabble' men says if tho order had been given to advance instead of retreat, the bat tery would have been takon io five min utes; that all but tbo rifled caQnon bad been silenced. At soon as the order was given to retreat, Grebble spiked bis gun that if it should fall into the enemy's bands,...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 13 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. (Special to Herald.) Washington, Juno 12. 1 o'clock, a. m. "A special messenger arrived an hour since from Fortress Monroe. Ho brings the in telligence thai Gen. Butler proceeded with largo reinforcements to Groat Bethel, and after a snvere fight captured their batteries, one of seven and the balance of fourteen and also took 1,000 rebels prisoners. (Special to the New York Times.) Gen. Blair says that Gen. Butler last night assaulted the enoiuy's works at Bethel, where Pioros was repulsed, and carried them by storm. Within the limits of the Capitol there are now encamped and quartered 17 regi ments of volunteers, numbering fully 18, 000 picked men, thoroughly armed, equip ped and provisioned, under the supervision of Gen. Mansfield. In addition, there are stationud on heights surrounding the city of Alexandria, and beyond the bridges, 10 other full regiments, amounting to over 22,000 soldiers, including the regulars un der the command of Gon. McDowell, ma king 4...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 13 June 1861

Daily Journal. The Little Boy to His Father. Dear father, drink do more, I pray, It make you look ao aad; Com home and drink no more, I say It will make that home eo glad. Thus apoke in tenderness the child, The drunkard' heart waa mored; Ee signed the pledge, he wept, he sighed And kiased the boy he loved. What was Buried With Douglas. The Chicago Tribune having commented upon the dependence for ita very life, of the old Democratic party, upon Stephen A. Douglas m the only man who could have brought it oat of the scenes of 'Si and '60, doses m follows: What shall become of tho great and powerful party whose champion ha wast It has survived all of its leader; it has passed through every criai yet thrown across its path. 8ball ws conclude that it will out live this mighty leader and this overwhelm ing crisis I We doubt it much. As that party has never before lost such a general, so has it never before fallen upon times like these. Notts but he could have carried it through the storm ...

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 June 1861

F REM ONT I) AIL Y JOURNAL . Vol. 1. SATURDAY MORMAG, JILXE lo, 1861.. Ao. 28. The Daily Journal, la published ovary morolng, except Friday and Snnday It will contain all iha telegraph newe np to tha hoar of going to prat, and eoch local and miacallanaoua newe a eoene to hand. It will bo tarnished to aabaoribara In town at 10 ocnta per . woeh, or eaota a copy. For the country In packagea of fire eoptaa or more, sixpence a week, oris cente a The WasfttT Jocbjtal ta pnbltabed every Friday morn. . .tnf with all tha Ut telafrapblo drspatcUeo, aad la aent by mail for $1,50 per year; left by the carrier in tows, tl.Tt par year. Bins le eopiea A ceDta. Orders for the DaiLT and fimt Jocxxal are solicited. Address I. M. KEELER, " ' Editor and Publisher. The Ohio Regiments.. All will be f lad to learn that the Ohio regiment, at Washington are ta good trim at laat. They war ravlew- :. ad by the President oa tha 11th. A despatch says they , ware well clothed, and made a Gnt-rate appeanuica- The...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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