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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 8 May 1861

I A - No. 21. TVednesday IVEorning, 6 o'clock, JVIay 8th., 1861. GOOD NEWS! Kuinore b"ing current in our village yes terday afternoon that James Maxwell of Fremont Company No. 1, was dangerously ill at Camp Taylor, A. J. Harris, telegrph ed for definite information. Wo are bappy to aay the answer came back that be was better. Camp Dennison. We learn that an opinion is prevalent in our roinmunity that there is no hucIi place as Camp Dennison in Ohio. No little uneasiness has lieen manifested by some of our people who had addressed packages and letters to their friend in the Camp. We can assure them there is a Camp Dennisou in Ohio. It if located near the village of Miamivillu, Clermont county, seven teen miles north-eaxt of Cincinnati, on the Lit tle Miami Kailroad. Fremont. Volunteer com panies Nor. 1 and 2 are now there. There is also a Camp Dennison at Lancaster, Pcnn. Yesterday's Report. 1 Baltimore, May 6. Gentlemen from Fredrick and Fredricksburg say that Gov. Letcher will soon...

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. — 9 May 1861

Letter from Camp Dennison. CAMP DENNISON, May 5, 1861. i k ii i i.ir: promised to write you mill Mr. IU ax nn occasional communication, lint aa yet have mil hail time. If 1 can find an opportunity to write you I will do mi, J in1 Isiy s stand dry bread, fat pork, mud and water, first-rate. The only person on the sick Jim in LiMit. Dickinsom, who him the genuine old fashioned ague. We hope and expect that he will lie able tu do duty in a few days. He is comfortably quartered in farm house a short distance from the Camp. 1 forgot to incut ion, in the proper place, that we loft Jam e Maxwkll at Cleveland, nick with low frver, brought on from a audden checking of a camp diarrhoea. The Physician mid it would be several day before he could join us iitCump Peunisoo. He is in good hands, how ver, his father being assisraut steward in the hospital at Cleveland. There in ery little sickness here. The rain im beating against our frail tenement as if it would wash them away. The wenther is as g...

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 May 1861

Stopping the Supplies. The instruction of the 8s letary f Treasury tu the Western Custom House Officer are, to finji all muiiiiioiie of war, pnivWoii and other Mipplies, going tu insurgents in arm against the Government. There caa be no question about the right and the duty of the Government in the t aw, except by those who dispute the right of t!i Government to maintain the Constitution by force. If the Government has a right to up preoB insurrection, it baa Ike right and it is its duly to stop supplies from the insurgents. Mr. A. J. Harris, of Fremont, has received a letter from Mr. Philip Maxwell, now at Cleve land, who stales that James Maxwell is recover ing from hi illness, and that he has at no time Iwfii in any serious danger. Yesterday's Report. jjaitimore may v.Kjne luousanu luroe r, , . f a .1 1 . hundred troops from Perryville landed at Locust Point nod took the car which Marled immediately, supposed for Wash ington. The M.vor and Police Commis sioners with 200 police cr...

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 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol.1. MONDAY M()RM(i, MY 13, 1801. Xo. 1 Letter From Hannibal, Missouri. HANNIBAL, Mo., May 4, 1861. Kiwrom Jot'RKAi.f Thinking perhnpstha Union-loving people of Northern Ohio would like to know what is transpiring in Missouri, I take the liberty of dropping them a line through your valuable journal. Don't have too much confidence in the loyal ty of her people. The leader of this Secession movement are men of no email influence; how ever, North East Missouri is all right for the "Stars and Stripes, come what may. Ex- Con gressman Thos. L. Anderson, tire "War Horse," of North-east Missouri, was defeated in running on the Secession ticket for a seat in the Legisla ture by a very large maj ority . But few woeks since this ez-Hoiiorable gentleman addressed a Hannibal audience, in which he raid that he had come home from the councils of this nation with the avowed purpose to precipitate Missouri out of this eccutrea Union, and if she did not go he would. He has no...

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 May 1861

Saturday's Report. Washington, May 10. The War Department received a despatch to-night from Gen. Butler, stating that he had seized the famous steam gun built by Winnas of Baltimore, who attempted to sena it to Harper's Ferry for the Virginians. Secretary Cameron replied: "Compliments of the Government to Gen. Butler and command. Seize everything contraband being sent to the rebels." ' ' Orders will be issued to arrest Winnas, who, if he is caught, will be treated summarily. Ue in the same who gave $500,000 to aid the Se cessionists in their work of treason. Orders from the War department for the rig orous treatment of all traitors, or abettors, have been transmitted to every officer in commission. Messages have been passing constantly be tween the Government and Cairo. Trouble 1m anticipated there every night. Messengers have been despatched to-day for Cairo and other points, ordering the concentration of a large bo dy of webteru troops at that point. The President is receiving dai...

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 May 1861

Fremont Daily " Jo'arnal. MONDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1801. . ISAAC M. KEELER, Emfon. . ' To thk FuaMC. The time for which we en gaged to fume our extra has expired." Our ef fort, to give the news has been appreciated by large iiiimberH of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but . the remu neration baa not, been of a character to justify ua in continuing the extra any longer. In its stead, we purpoue issuing a sheet similar to this, to be called the Fbkjiont Daily Journal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sunday a excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news as we can get into it It will bo furnished to the public at the fol lowing low prices:' A single number, called for at our office, 2 cents; .In packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 cents per week, and in clubs going into the country of not leas than five, sixpence a week, ur 25 cents per mouth. News dealers supplied atone cent a copy, in packages of 25 an...

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 May 1861

Daily Journal. Fort Monroe. Fort Monroe, Virginia, is one of the strongest forts in the United States, and constitutes the north point of tbe entrance to James River, and with Fort Calhoun, which is one mile distant, commands the entrance to that river. In summer, the spot which is known as Old Point Comfort is a favorite resort for bathers. The fort itself is very largo. The walls are more than a mile in curcuit, very thick and high, surrounded by a moat, which is from sixty to one hundred feet wide, with eight feet of water, drawbridge and outer batteries. It mounts some three hundred heavy guns, has mortars for throwing shells, furnaces for beating balls, fcc. Nothing could approach within three miles, except under the fire of all these batteries. The walls enclose some seventy-five acres, in the centre of which is tbe vast parade ground the quarters of the troops facing the latter on all sides. It has frequently been described as n most magnificent place, live oak and other tree...

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. — 14 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. 1. TUESDAY MORiNiAO, iMY 14, " 1801. .No. 2. Fremont Daily "Journal TUESD A YMORy IN Q, M AYl 4, 1861. ISAAC M. lOCELKii, Editor. - ISAAC M. lOCELKii, Editor. - To thk Public. The time for which wo en gaged to issue our extra lias expired. Our ef fort to give the news has been npprcciated by large numbers of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterpriiw, but the remu neration hag not been of a character to justify us in continuing the extra any longer. In its stead, we purpose issuing a sheet, similar to thin, to be called the Fremont Daily Journal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news as we can get into it. It will be furnished to the public at the fid lowing low prices: A single number, culled for at our oflice, 2 cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribe, 8 cents per week, Hiid in clubs going into the country of not less than five, sixpe...

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. — 14 May 1861

HON. S. T. WORCESTER'S CHARGE. To Grand Jury of the Sandusky County Common Pleas Court, Fremont, May 13, 1861. DEFINING TREASON. GxMTLmew: In addition to what 1 have mid in respect to your general duties as Grand Ju rors, it seems to me proper in the present un happy and distracted condition of our country; to call your attention to an act defining and pun ishing i'rewwm, passed at the present session of the Legislature. Treason is said to be the high est ana most flagrant crime known to the law. The government under which a person lives is bound to protect him, and he on his part in re return for that protection, owes it allegiance and fidelity, and in all proper ways is under obliga tion to support and maintain it. The purpoaeof the person who com mils Treason is to subvert and overthrow, or to aid in subverting and over throwing his government. The wrung that is committed by a man who is guilty of ordinary crimea, such as murder, robbery or larceny, in volves in its end consequen...

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. — 14 May 1861

Herald's correspondence says: Government agents report tlmt robelo are occupying iho Virginia, and Maryland hides, and nre apprehensive of an attack from tho Federal forces, They . wero re ceiving supplies, arms and munitions from Baltimore, and bad a military road direct to lliat city. Tho Government will soon cut off this road. Wheeling, May 13. Tho greatest en thusiasm prevails here. . Flags are flying in all directions. Large numbers of dele gates to the convention arrived on trains from the interior and on boats from the river counties. This morning a large crowd assembled in front of the McClure House, and apeoshes were delivered by Messrs. Carlisle, Pier pont. Brown, Willey and other prominent delegates, some of the speakers took the ground that the proper position of Western Virgiuia was neuterality, while others fa vored an immediate division of tho State. The convention assembled at 1 1 o'clock, and was temporarily organized by calling William Zinn to the Chair. Motion was...

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. — 14 May 1861

A Call From Missouri. Fillow Citizens of th Fkii Statjs: Placed on an advanced post of liberty in the presoDl straggle for the maintenance of our Government, we have in obedience to the call of our President, organized the four regiments of volunteers from Missouri. , As citizens of a otAte wbose nrst executive is, as you well know, opposed to the Govern ment of tbe United States, wo, as a matter of course, cannot expect support from bim, or tbe State Government, for furthering tbe purpose of tbe Federal Government. We are therefore compelled to appeal to tbo sympathies of our follow citizens in the free Stat o.s, who have, with unprecedented unan imity come to the support of our Govern ment, for tbe necessary menus of providing our first equipment. Many of our men are destitute of tbe means to purchase tbe ne cessary uniform, blankets, die. Having no claim on our General Govern ment until after three mouths' service, we appeal to the sympathies of our Union loving fellow citizens i...

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 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. 1. WEDNESDAY HORNING, MY IS, 1801 No. 3. Fremont Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELKR, Edito. To tub Public. The lima for which we en gaged to issue our extra has expired. Our ef fort to giro the news hu been appreciated by large number of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but the reran iteration baa not been of a character to justify u in continuing the extra any longer. In its stead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar to this, to be called the Fa imont Daily Jourkal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news as we can get into it. It will be furnished to the public at the fol lowing low prices: A single number, called for at our office, si cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 cents per week, and in clubs going into the country of not less than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month. News dealers ...

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. — 15 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. Boston, May 14. Special session of the Legislature of Massachusetts met to-day noon. Oov. Aud row's message in exceed ingly patriotio and gives a detailed account of the action of tbe Commonweatb. He says this is no war sections no war of tbe North ou tbe South not waged to avenge former wrongs or perpetual ancient griefs; but it is a struggle of tbe people to vindi cate their own rights, to retain and iuvigor ate the institutions of tbeir fathers; and the majestic effort of the national government to vindicate its power and execute its funct ions for the welfare and happiness of tbe people. After speaking of financial affairs of the Stale he says commissioners with letters of credit for fifty thousand pounds had beou sentin April to Europe to purchase the most effective arms for the state, and says when Congress meets they will doubtless relievo us from paying the duty tberoon. Anothor rcommendatiou is tbo establishment of a state encampment for military instruc...

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. — 15 May 1861

Fremont 7 Daily 'Journal. Wednesday' may is, istn. Independent Guards, Attention. rThwn,mVin of the Independent Ounrflu, tv iVqncntp! Lu uit-pt ftt'lhft Kriffln Houne in Fremni.t, on Sntutdty, blnj 18tb 1H61, IK o'clock p. in., for drill nd butlrieHu. a ' ' . . ,, . , By order of the Conipaiiy. LAST NIGHT'S REPORT. Washington, May Knights Tciuplais havo officially .seceded from tho Grand .Encnpmenl of tho United States. r . . .,' i, A detachment of Regulars nod Volun- . teeis have just loft tho City for Baltimore. ..They will join troops under Gun. 13utor. It is rumored that tho whole of tho Sixth , Massachusetts Regiment will move , to the Relay House to-night. ,., . Tho Teulh Regiment of New Jersey t Volunteers have just marched to tho Ar bunijl. It js supposed that they are under onlers to proceed lo Alexandria. ,. , . , , .Senator Kennedy, of Baltimore;', publish ed in ihi .Intelligencer to day (in able aud eloquent appeal to the people of Maryland, entreating ihem to remain loy...

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. — 15 May 1861

Daily Journal. Virginia to the North. [From the New York Commercial Advertiser.] Tbna apaaka tlra aovaralra old Domlnloa To too Nortbam Statoe har frank : FIRST. Moti hot a rnroiB: tla ooareion, Tba aignal for oar prompt dtaparaton. SECOND. Wait, till I auk my full dadilon, B It for anloa or dirlaion. THIRD. Ifldaelar bit olUmatum, AOCBTT HT TBTOS, u I ball atata 'mm. ' FOURTH. Tbs, Til remain, whila Fed laellnod to, Sacading when I ban a mlod to. The Watervieit Arsenal. Tba Troy Whig furnishes the following relative to the doings at this arsenal : The principal business at present occu pying attention is the preparation and sup ply of ammunition. Sixty thousand ball cartridges are turned out daily, and about fifty men and boys are employed at this work. The cartridges appear to be mainly intended for the Minio rifle, although some of the old pattern are required. In another department men are busily engaged in making bags for cannon car tridges, from the mighty columbiad to the com...

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 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. J. -THURSDAY MORMIVG, MAY 10, 1861. IVo. 4. To thk Public The time for which we en gaged to issue our extra ha expired. Our ef fort to give the news has been appreciated by large numbers of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but the renin Deration has not been of a character to justify us in continuing the extra any longer. In it stead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar to this, to be called the Frkmont DaiLt Journal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, ana such other news as we can get into it. It will be furnished to the public at the fol lowing low prices: A single number, called for at our office, 3 cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 ceuls per week, and in clubs going into the country of not less than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month, News dealers supplied at one cent a copy, in packages or o and upwards. At all places...

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. — 16 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. Baltimore, May 14. Gen. Butler is here with fourteen hundred troops. He has is sued a proclamation asserting military pow er in Baltimore. He proposes a friendly concert with the authorities to preservo or der. He demands the delivery of all arms and munitions of war, except those posses sed by the regular military, and claims the right to establish posts here. He proposes to encourage Uade and cultivate friendship. He seized 5,000 stand of arms to day, and sent them to F't McHenry. All quiet here. Washington, May 14. J. C. Vaughn has been appointed military Store Keeper at Fort Leavenworth and other changes of Civ il Officers has been made both at that point and Fort Riley. New York, May 15. The Herald's Washington dispatch states from reliable source that the sacred remains of Washing ington has been removed from Mt. Yernon by Col. Washington, who has recently joined the Confederate army. So the sale of Monnt Vernon Col. Washington reserved to himself, not only...

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. — 16 May 1861

Fremont Daily Journal. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1801. ISAAC M. KEKLKR, Editor. Independent Guards, Attention. The mcmbura of the Independfnt Guard, are requested to miH't At the Engine House in Fremont, oo Saturn.;, May 18Lb lsfil, o'clock p.m., for drill tad buKinesi. By order of the Company. Ton tliousnnd Enfiold Rifles have arrived nt Now York from England. Tho troops nt Camp Ucnnison will bo im mediately furnisliod with arms. Elcvon thousand Htand havo boon sent down by Quarter-master General Wood. Adjutant Qsmeral's Offce, ) May 12, 1801. f No official information having reached General Headquarters of the quota of Ohio troops to be embraced in tho second requi sition of tho President of iho United Stntes, tho organization of additional regiments will bo doferrod until receipt of the papers designating that quot. II. B. Carrwgton, Adj't Gon'l. All loyal men will rejoico to loarn that Ross Winans, tho arch traitor of Baltimore, has boon arretted. Ho was takon from the cars at the Relay...

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. — 16 May 1861

Daily Journal. Personelle of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln. The Washington correspondent of the New York Times, in describing the recent military levee at the White House, thus describes President Lincoln and his accom plished lady : It was late whoa I entered. The Pres ident stood near the East room surrounded by a party of gentlemen. Ho was nearly a head taller than any other gentleman in the room. He has a much finer face than some of the prints that represent him, and though not really handsome, has a manly honest, genial face which ever invites confidence and respect. The expression of his eyes is peculiarly pleasiug; clear, with A mild softness in strange contrast with tho stern lines of his lean features. His manner has the ease and affibility of true gentleman, without the least assumption of nauteur. I looked on him long and stead ily, and should say that simplicity and hon esty of purpose, with a certain reserved force, wore the distingishing marks of his character. While I spoke 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. — 18 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL: Vol. 1. SATURDAY JIOItMYG, MAY 18, 1801. iYo. . To tub Public. The time for which we en gaged to issue oiu-extra, has expired. Our ef fort to give the news Iihs been appreciated by large numbers of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but the remu neration has not been of a character to justify us in continuing the extra any longer. Id itgKtead, we purpose issuing a xhcet similar to thin, to be called the Frkmont Daily Joiknal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, Bud such other news as we can get into it It will be furnished to the public at the fol lowing low prices: A single number, culled for at our office, 2 cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 cents per week, and in clubs going into the country of not less than five.sixpence a week, or25 cents per month. News dealers supplied at one cent a copy, in packages of 25 and upwards. At all places...

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