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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 18 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. Nearly 000 Irishmen havo boon enrolled in iho U. S. service hero, and will probably be organized into a separate regiment Baltimore, May 17. Ross Winans has bfon honorably discharged according to or ders from Washington. Washington, May 17. Tho President remarked to a gontlcraan last night that Gen. Butler would be plnced in a position satisfactory to himself and a still broader field of honor. The Charleston Courier reports that on tho 12lh inst., a British bark was refused entrance into port by the Niagara. Two British vessels were also ordorcd off. An other was pursued, but run into shoal wa ter and was towed up to this city. A Brit ish ship was boarded but fiually permitted to pass. Col. McDowell, Adjt. General, bas been promoted to the position of Brigadier Gen oral. Tho newspapers received, note continued arrivals of Confederate troops and their de parture for points not designated. Tho following important loiter was yes terday written by the Socrelnry of S...

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. — 18 May 1861

Fremont Daily Journal. SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1861. ISSAC M. KEELER, EDITOR. TO-DAY, BUCKEYE HALL. Wo havo been rcquusled by ladies to say tlint Buckeye Hull will be open this morning at 0 o'clock for tbo ladies of our town who have a desire to assist in making tho enp covers and en pes for (bo Fremont volunteers. Nimblo fingers, needles, thim bles, sowing-machines nnd two score of pat riotio mot hern nnd sisters of our noble sol diers, will do considerable work before the sun goes down. Who'll volunteer? Tho Independent Guards will meet for business nnd drill Hi I hu Engine House xl l o'clock this afternoon. Our friends in town, who have boxes tliero, can luvo tho Daily Jocrxal kft .it t'uo Cut Ofllco. Massachusetts Forever! Sho has appropriated 3,000,000 for arm ing bor Statu militia, and 7,000,000 as a loan to tho Government making (ho snug sum of 10,000,000 for maintaining tho hon or of tho Sinrs nnd iMripcs! "Massachu setts (hero sho stands.!" Tho Cincinnati Gazette of yesterday say...

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. — 18 May 1861

Daily Journal. We are living, we are dwelling ; Id a grand snd awful time, In an age on ages telling ; To be living is sublime. Earkl the waking up of Nations, Gog and Magog to the fray. Hark! what soundeth? is Creation Groaning for its latter day f Will ye play, then ? will ye dally, With your muBic and your wine T Upl it is Jehovah's rally 1 God's own arm hath need of thine, Hark I the onset! will ye fold your Faith-clad arms in lazy lock f Upl O, upl thou drowsy soldier ; Worlds are charging to the shock. Worlds are charging Heaven beholding ; Thou hast but an hour to fight ; Now the blazoned Cross unfolding On right onward for the Right ! Out let all the soul within you For the Truth's sake go abroad ; Strike! let every nerve and sinew Tell on ages tell for God I Aid for the St. Louis Volunteers. The following is the appeal of Governor Deonison to tbo peoplo of Obio in behnlf of tbo patriotic men of St. Louis who des pite tbo treason of their Governor have vol nnteercd to defend...

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 May 1861

F REM ON T DAILY .1 (HHIN AL: Vol. 1. MOMUY MOIWIXG, MY 20, 18il. 'No. 0. To the I'm Lie. Tin tinifl for which we e.i paged to lKHutMitir extra hnn expired. Our ef fort to give the hows Iihh hoeu appivciuttM hy large numbers of our cit.KtMi, who hnve contri buted liberatly to tlie tniterjrise, but the rcniu ne ration hits not been f a character to justify uft in continuing the extra hiiv Iong'r. In itiiatend, we purpose ihHuingaeheet miuil.tr to this, to be called the Fremont Daily Journal. It will bo printed daily, (Fridays mid Sundays; excepted.) nnd will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news we can get into it. It will be furnished to Ihc public at the fol- lowing low prices: A single number, called for! at our office, 2 cents; in packages of 10 and up- ward for town subscribers, 8 cents per week, and in clubs going into the country of not lesHt than five,(-ixieiiec a week, or 25 cent per mouth, Ji'ow denlers supplied ut one cent a copy, in packages of 35 and upwa...

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. — 20 May 1861

Fremont Daily Jbnrnal. MONDAY, MAY 20, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. Fur Camp Dknnibon. Perry Close will leave for Camp Dennison to-morrow Tuesday morn ing, on Uie early traiu. Persona desirous of sending packages of any kind to their friends there, can leave theiu at his Grocery to-day, and he will take them down. Company So. 3, Fremont Volunteers, has been disbauded. The tneu arrived here last Saturday evening, on the cars. The quota of the three months Volunteers was full, and no more com panies could be accepted. Capt Kilter and Lieut Rawson remained be hind at Camp Taylor, for what purpose we have not ascertained. Anotuu Cab Load or Provisions. We learn from the Mautngtr JCjttra that the citisensof Clyde and viciuity, tilled an entire car with pro visions, consisting of potatoes, eggs, dried ap ples, butter, die, Ac, and sent it to the Sandus ky county volunteers. The whole amount sent weighed bl5 lbs. $'25 in money was also sent to be expended in the purchase of blankets. The...

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. — 20 May 1861

LAST NIGHT'S REPORT. Baltimore 18. llemM's special says iho city authorities arrested three men con cerned in Iho attack on tlio Massachusetts troops; I hey hnvo been indicted by grand jury, but nro now on bnil of $500 eiich. Tho Government lins measures on foot which will result in brilliant triumph for tho Unitod States at Harper's Kerry. Torpo dos and submarine batteries bavo been sunk near Norfolk. Lynch bug paper yesterday announced arrival of largo body of troops from Arkansas and Louisiana. Beauregard is in Charleston. Washington, May 19. Herald's corres pondence. Garrison Monroe will consist of 5,000, and camp on tho oulrido of 20,000, under Gen. Butler. It is understood nil for ces that will servo threo years will bo ac cepted. River Rappahannock has been blockaded to prevent supplies for Virginians. A battery has been discovered at Natl io's Point, on tho Virginia side of the Potomac. Tribune's dospatch. Richmond will bo early attacked. Gen. (Jockeo has 6,000 well armed tr...

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. — 20 May 1861

Daily Journal. Gov. Hicks' Proclamation. Got. Hicks, of Maryland, hiis issued the following prolamation. Whereas, the President of the United States, by his proclamation of the 13th of April, 1861, has called upon roe, the Gov ernor of Maryland, for four regiments, in fantry or riflemen, to serve for a period of three months, the said requisition being made in the spirit and in pursuance of the law: and Whereas, to the said requisition has been added the written assurance of the Secre tary of War that said four regiments shall be detailed to serve within the limits of the State of Maryland, or for the defense of the Capital of the United States, and not to serve beyond the limits aforesaid ; Now, therefore, I, Thomas Holliday (licks, Governor cf Maryland, do, by this my proclamation, call upon loyal citizens of Maryland to volunteer their services, to the extent of four regiments, as aforesaid, to serve during a poriod of three months with in the limits ot Maryland or for the defens...

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. — 21 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. .1. TUESDAY MORMNG, MAY 21, 1801. No. 7. To the Ii iilio. Tlio lime fur which wo en gaged to issue our extra has expired. Our ef fort to give the news has lx-on appreciated Tiy large numbers of our citizens, w ho hnve contri buted liberally to the enterprise, hut the renm nerntion has not been of a churncter to justify us in continuing the extra nny lon;;cr. In Kb stead, wo purpose issuing a sheet, similar to this, to becHlled the Fremont Dailv Joi'HNal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such oilier 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 atour office, 2 cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, tj cents per week, and in clubs going iuto the country of not less than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents jicr month. News dealers supplied atone cent a copy, in packages of 25 and upwards. At al...

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. — 21 May 1861

Premolar Daily JoarnaL TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1861. liUAcTaT "kEELER, Editor. The lad io3 are engaged in aewiog for the Fremont Volunteers at Bircbard Hall ta-daj. All who coine cao find employment. Fikbohau We find lh fottowhigcftmpnttipnUry no tice of 000 of our Fremont bnyn, non of J. B. 0. Downtof JhU place, In the Wjandoste (Kidmi) Gxtflt of th 11th Ma: 'W, V. Dow We understand that Mr. Downi U mak tog arrangement to leave VVyaodutte witu a viuw of lo catiug nearer the Atlantic ooaat. He waa one of the first, a he iia been one ot the moat enterpruing buaineat men of Wyandotte, and our citizens will part with him with extreme regret, while at the aame time they will wUh him abuodaut aucoeaf in whaUtrer phere of uaefaloeaa he may he called to act. Mr. Downi haa been the Agent of the 'Kaaaaa Relief," t Ihia point, alnoa a depot waa es tablished here, and has performed the arduous duties con ueeud therewith to UieeminentaatiaJaction of all inter estd." Mr. Downs arrived here on Saturday ...

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. — 21 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. ChfimliBrsbiirg, May f9. Judgj Mason, arrested yesterday, was relensed to day, nnd unnt over tho Maryland line, ft was known tlint ho entertained secession sym pathy, but believed his character was too nigh for a spy. There was no nuthority from tho Secretary of War to rolain him. His discharge meets with Approval among the most judicious residohts, A deserter from Harper's Ferry tunned Stanley, from Ohio originally, arrived hero reports there wore but 12 pieces of canuou nil told there Thursday night. [Special to the Tribune.] Washington, May 19. Tho announce ment of h new Millitary Department in cluding Virginia North Carolina and Ten nessee bag added intensity to tbo war ex citement, and tho further announcement that it was assigned to Gen. Butler, in no way diminished the excitement. Generals Scott, Mansfield and Butler have been in consultation with Mr. Camer on most of to-day. The Massachusetts 5th and 8tb regiments received orders this p. m. to prepare for...

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. — 21 May 1861

Daily Journal. The Red, White and Blue. Bed are the dawn and niuet, whit ia the Aery cloud ; Blna ia tha luatrona heaTen, o'ar tba knot of fraaman bowed ; Eren tba eweet aprln( bloeeome, God eenda them ann and daw ; Glow In oar country ' colore, tha Bad and White and Blue. Bad ia tha apple blosaom, tha cberrjr'a cup of anow i Tha tender Blua of tha liolet, In tald and orchard glow. No traitor hand can mar them, and otot ahaU apring renew Onr eountry'e gallant colore tha Red and White and Blua. Tba etare la the eky are ateadnut ; tha atara ia ear Sag reply ; Tia a holy caaee wa eymbol: a hope that can oarer die And erer while aanahina g leametb or faUeth the gentle dew, Tha earth and tha eky ahall wear them, the Bed and White and Blue. Precautions. The Legislature of some of our States bave already recommended our farmers to plant this year extraordinary quantities of grain and grass. We bear from various points that Ibis bas been and is being done. Nothing should be neglected which ...

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 May 1861

F REM ON T DAILY J OUR NAL. Vol. 1. WEDNESDAY NORMMi, MY 22, 18M. No. 8. To thic Public The time for which wo en , gaged to isHuo our extra has expired. Onruf- forttogive the news has leeu appreciated by I large numbers of our cUixens, 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. In its stead, we purpose iasuinga hheet Runil.n to this, to be called the Frkmont Daily Jocrnal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sunday excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other new an we can get into it. It will be fumifcbed to the public at the fol lowing low pricea: A single number, called for at our office, 2 cent; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 cent per week, and in clubs going into tho country of not less than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month. '.' News dealers supplied at one cent a copy, in packages of 25 and upwards. At all pl...

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. — 22 May 1861

Fremont Daily Journal. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1861. ISAAC M. KEEL1JR, Editor. FIREMEN ATTENTION! The members of the Fremont Fire Depart ment will meet at the Engine House, at 4 o'clock, this p. in. for drill, and impurtuut busi ness. Let there be a full attendance. S. BUCKLAND. Wednesday morning Chief Engineer. Mant Thanks. Our friends at Clyde tent us 63 subscribers by oue letter nod 7 by auotber, by last night's mail for tbe Daily Joursal, accompanied with tbe cash. This places us under renewed obligations to serve them. Subscriptions received in that vil lage by Bell it Richards, to whom tbe pa pers are sent. Price, sixpence per week. Yesterday was a fine day, and wo fool gratified in annouueing tbai do rain bas fallen here during the last 24 hours. Ow ing to the continued wet weather tbe farm ers are behind with their spring crops. Surgeons to the Tenth Regiment. We tiod the following in tbe Ohio State Journal of tbe 9th May : The Surgeon to tbe 10th Ohio Regiment, Dr. C. E. Botek, ...

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. — 22 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. (Special to the Herald.) . Washington, May 20. There was h tight at Sewell's Point between two U. S. Teasels and a rebel lattery, it being the 8lh and lust work now in the rebels bunds defend ing the approach to Norfolk, and i rogard od as an important work against blockading James river, whore there aro now lying 20 prizes laden with tobacco. The steamer Star commenced Saturday noon shelling the works and after, aided by tbo Freeborn, driving out tbo rebels. She then proceed ed to Washington with dispatches of Com. Stringbam. She captured two small ves sels on the Sound near Cedar Point, one of tbcm having 60 men bound for the rebel army. .... Tbe Post Master Goneral has issued or ders to cut off all steamship mails on the coast; also all mails on the river steamers plvihff to teccdod States. New York, Mny 21. The Tribune of yesterday says, by a bold stroke the govern ment obtained possession of most invalua ble documentary evidence against the sym pathizers wit...

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. — 22 May 1861

Daily Journal. A Patriotic Blacksmith. Tbo military fever is quite as prevnloDt in Brooklyn us in this city. Before tbe de parture of the 14 lb Regiment, a man who carried on a blacksmith shop in connection with two of his sons, went to tbo headquar ters to enlibt. He said tbal ho cculd leave tbo blacksmith business in the hands of the boys "be couldn't stand it any longer, and go be must " He was enlisted. Next day down comes the oldest of tbe boys. Tbo blacksmith's business "wasn't very driviii', and lie guess John could take care of it." "Well," said tbo old man, "Go it." And tbe oldest son went it. But the day following John mado bis ap pearance. He felt lonesome, and had shut up tbe sbop. . The father remonstrated, but tbe boy would enlist, and enlist be did. " Now tbo old gentleman had two more sous who "worked tbe farm" near Flushing. Tbe military fever seems to have run in tbe family, for no sooner bad tbo father aud two older brothers enlisted than tbe young er sods came in...

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 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. 1. THURSDAY MOKMYG, MAY 23, 1801. No. 9. To thk Public. The time for which we en gaged to issue our extra lino expired. Our ef fort to give th news lias been appreciated by large numbers of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but the remu neration haa not been of a character to justify us iu continuing the extra uuy longer. In itsstead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar to this, to be called the Fbkuo.nt Daily Journal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news as wu 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, 2 cents; in package of 10 and up wards for towu subscribers, 8 cents tier week, and in clubs going into the country of not loss than five,sixpcncc a week, or 25 cents per mouth. News dealers supplied atone cent a copy, in packages of 25 and upward. At all places w...

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. — 23 May 1861

Fremont Daily - tonal. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. From Camp Dennison. Capt. Tillotson, of Fremont Company No. 1, arrived iroin Camp Dennisou last night; ha reports both Companies of tbe Fremont boys (five or six slight cases of the measles) well, and enjoying camp life gaily. Capt. Tillotson has an order from Gen. Cox, of the 2d Brigade to enlist 40 men for three months' service, lie will commence to en roll mcu to day. Here ia now a chance for those who could do go before, to J;io the patriots in camp. Capt. Tillotson reports the actual number of troops in camp Tuesday night, 11,500. A large portion of the clothing and arms had arrived, and tbe full quota be thought would be there during the next five or six days, when it would be given out. To the question "how long they would remain there I" he can give no answer. Have Patience. A eorrespondsnt writing from Washington to too New York Poet, ny : 'The President has frequently of late, replied to impor tant que...

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. — 23 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. Chambcrsburg, hhy 21. It is bclkvcd hero by the miliiHry authorities that tlio Shepardstown and Williamsporl uiuvcmonts n.u feints. Tbo main movomenl from Harper's Forry on Southern Pennsylvania will be made as soon as offensive oporations begin from Washingtou on ibe Soulb or at Norfolk along tbe road leading from Har per's Ferry along Pleasant Valley through Rochersville, Halesboro and Waynesloro. 1 deem this opinion correct, as the Confed erate leaders desire to avoid operations of fensive to the people of Maryland. Tbis is the shortest known route into Harper's Ferry. (Tribune Despatch.) Washington, May 21. The rumor of a demonstration at Harper's Ferry or else where in Virginia on or after tbe vote of Thursday, is unfounded. No importance is attached to the electiou. It is a foregone conclusion. Two brothers, one a New York lawyer and the other a Boston Banker, went on a pleasure excursion to Alexandria to-day, not disguising their sentiments or residence. 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. — 23 May 1861

Daily Journal. Volunteered. Tbt following beautiful poem, appearing 111 Harper'l Weekly, if from th pan of Mrs. Valletta R. Beach t I know tba son shines, aod the Ulaea are blowing. And Bummer sends klaaea by baaatlful May Obi te see all tba treasure the Spring ia beatowtng. And think my boy Willio enlisted to-day I U Bsomsbnl a day alocaat twilight, low humming, 1 recked him to aieep with bia cheek opon mine. While Bobby, tbe four-year old, watched for the coming Of father, adown the atreet'a indistinct Hoe. It la many a year einoe my Harry departed, To come back no more in the twilight or dawn; And Bobby grew weary of watcblog, and atarted Alone, on the Joarney hie father bad gone. It la many a year and thia afternoon, Hitting At Bobby'a old window, 1 heard the band play, And suddenly oaaaed dreaming over my knitting To recollect Willie la twenty to-day, And that, ataadlng beelde him thta soft May-day morning The Bun making gold of hie wreathed eigar smoke, 1 Saw in his aweet eyea...

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 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. vol. 1. SATURDAY MORMAG, MAY 2o, 18G1. No. 10. To tur Public. The lime for which we en gaged to issue our extra has expired. Our ef fort to give the news has been appreciated by large numbers of oar 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. In its stead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar to this, to be called the Frkkont 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 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 lews than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month. News dealers supplied at one cent a copy, in packages of 35 and upwards. At all plac...

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